Genicom cL160 User Manual

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Apr 02


Publication No. GEG-99141

GENICOM Intelliprint cL160 User Guide


Safety Precautions

After installing the High Capacity Feeder, lock down the brakes on the casters at the front of
the High Capacity Feeder. Failure to lock down the brakes can cause the printer to move
unexpectedly, resulting in injury.

Other Precautions

Operate the printer in a location that meets the following conditions:

Ambient temperature range of 10 to 32°C, relative humidity of 15 to 85% (no condensation)
If operating the printer with an ambient temperature of 32°C, the relative humidity should
not exceed 65%. If the relative humidity reaches 85%, the ambient temperature should not
exceed 28°C.


Do not place the printer in a room where there are sudden fluctuations in temperature, and do
not move the printer from a cold place to a warm humid place. If you do, condensation may
occur within the printer and print quality deteriorate.

Do not place the printer in direct sunlight, as this may damage the printer.

To prevent trays or consumables from falling out, do not tilt the printer more than 10 degrees
in any direction.

When moving the printer, remove the toner cartridges. Do not reuse toner cartridges once
you have removed them from the printer. Loose toner can spill inside the printer and deterio-
rate print quality.

Do not place the printer directly next to an air conditioner or heater, as this affects the tem-
perature inside the printer and can cause damage.

Precautions for Power and Earth Connections

Three power specifications are listed below. The specifications that apply to your printer
depend on its configuration. Connect the power plug only to a properly rated power outlet.
Otherwise, it can cause fire or electric shocks. If in doubt, contact your Genicom Customer
Support Center.

Rated voltage:100 V
Rated frequency:50/60 Hz
Rated voltage:110-127 V
Rated frequency:60 Hz
Rated voltage:220-240 V
Rated frequency:50/60 Hz

Ensure that the plug connection is dustless. In a damp environment, a contaminated con-
nector can draw a non-negligible amount of current that can generate heat and eventually
cause fire over an extended period of time.