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Introduction

A summary of your printer's components and facilities.

Turn the printer on and off

If you wish to turn the printer on or off or reset the printer, the normal and recommended method is to use the power key below the front panel.

However, if you plan to store the printer for a long period or the power key does not seem to work, you are recommended to turn it off using the power switch at the rear.

To turn it back on, use the power switch at the rear.

When the printer is powered back on, it takes about 3 minutes to initialize and check and prepare the print bar. Preparing the print bar takes about 75 seconds. However, if the printer has been off for 2 weeks or more, preparing the print bar could take up to 7 minutes, plus 13 minutes if it needs a printhead recovery.

See also Sleep mode.

Dim mode

After some time with no activity (5 minutes by default), the printer goes to dim mode, which reduces the brightness of the front panel by 25% and the brightness of the beacon by 10%.

Any activity, such as the use of the front panel or the arrival of a print job, ends dim mode and restores normal brightness. After some time in dim mode, the printer changes to sleep mode. The time periods can be changed from the front panel. See Sleep mode.

Sleep mode

Sleep mode puts the printer into a reduced power state after a period of inactivity, turning off some elements to save energy.

Printer features can be enabled from this mode, and the printer maintains network connectivity, waking up only as necessary.

The printer can be woken from sleep mode in any of the following ways:

  • By pressing the power button

  • By opening a door or drawer

  • By sending a print job

  • By inserting a page into the scanner

  • By installing or uninstalling the Pro Stacker

The printer wakes up in several seconds, more quickly than if it is completely turned off. While in sleep mode, the power button blinks.

To change the time that elapses before sleep mode, see Change system options.

Printer Monitoring (with the Print Spooler) and Remote Printer Management with the HP DesignJet Utility and Web JetAdmin continue to be available during sleep mode. Some remote management tasks offer the option of remotely waking up the printer if needed to perform the task.


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