CCRI CIS 101 - A+ Guide to Hardware (31 pages)

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Community College of Rhode Island
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Cis 101 -

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A Guide to Hardware Managing Maintaining and Troubleshooting Sixth Edition Chapter 12 Supporting Printers Objectives Learn about printer types and features Learn how to install printers and share a printers and how to manage printer features add on devices and the printer queue Learn about routine maintenance tasks necessary to support printers Learn how to troubleshoot printer problems A Guide to Hardware Sixth Edition Cengage Learning 2013 2 Printer Types and Features To Configure Repair and Maintain printers Requires knowledge of printer types and features Understanding how a printer works Helps in logically diagnosing and resolving printer problems A Guide to Hardware Sixth Edition Cengage Learning 2013 3 Types of Printers Major categories Laser inkjet ink dispersion thermal printers and impact printers Figure 12 1 Okidata C3200n color laser printer A Guide to Hardware Sixth Edition Cengage Learning 2013 4 Laser Printers Laser printer electrophotographic printer Uses mechanical electrical and optical technologies Capable of handling and printing large volumes quickly and continuously Printer that is able to print on both sides of paper is called a duplex printer double sided printer How laser printers work Toner placed on electrically charged rotating drum Toner deposited on paper moving at drum speed Toner cartridge needs replacing most often There are 7 steps in the laser printing process A Guide to Hardware Sixth Edition Cengage Learning 2013 5 Laser Printers Seven steps in laser printing Processing image bitmap of final page stored in memory Conditioning drum surface charged to 600 V Writing laser beam writes 100 V discharge image to drum surface Developing toner 300 V applied to 100 V areas of the drum Transferring toner drawn off drum and onto positively charged paper Fusing heat melts and pressure roller presses fuse toner to paper Cleaning drum cleaned of residual toner and charge A Guide to Hardware Sixth Edition Cengage Learning 2013 6 Inkjet Printers



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