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HP Designjet T2500 eMFP
“How to Demo” Guide
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................ 2
The Demos .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
Equipment .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
Demo Samples ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Preparing for a demo ............................................................................................................................................. 4
Configuration checklist .......................................................................................................................................... 5
Demo 1 – Designjet T2500 eMFP Overview ........................................................................................................... 9
Demo 2 – Media Handling ..................................................................................................................................... 10
Demo 3 – Roll Protection ..................................................................................................................................... 12
Demo 4 – Paper mismatch options ...................................................................................................................... 13
Demo 5 – Replacing an Ink Cartridge ................................................................................................................... 14
Demo 6 – Replacing a Printhead .......................................................................................................................... 14
Demo 7 – Printing using Economode with the eMFP driver ................................................................................. 16
Demo 8 – Printing from a USB Flash drive ........................................................................................................... 19
Demo 9 – Walkup Copying .................................................................................................................................... 20
Demo 10 – Scan to File ......................................................................................................................................... 21
Demo 11 – Embedded Web Server ....................................................................................................................... 28
Demo 12 – Print from HP Designjet ePrint & Share using the eMFP touch screen .............................................. 34
Demo 13 – Printing from HP Designjet ePrint & Share website .......................................................................... 37
Demo 14 – Print by email ..................................................................................................................................... 38
Demo 15 – Demonstrate Accessories .................................................................................................................. 39
Introduction
A demo is a key part of the sales process for any large format eMFP. A good demo incorporates key
functionalities and features, key selling points, reasons to upgrade and competitive strengths, all tailored to
the specific customer’s business needs. This guide provides full details of how to demo the HP Designjet
T2500 eMFP - the equipment you need, what to do and what to say.
This guide is split into several separate demos, each covering a specific topic. You can run the demos as
documented, or adapt to suit your needs. The demos use printable files available with this demo guide.
For a full and complete demo of the eMFP you should combine this demo guide with the following technical
white paper How to explain HP Designjet ePrint & Share which gives information for the setup and use of HP
Designjet ePrint & Share
While specifications are subject to change, reasonable effort was made to ensure the accuracy of this
document on the date it was prepared. This document is intended for HP and HP Reseller Internal Use Only.
The Demos
1 – Designjet T2500 eMFP Overview
2 – Media handling
3 – Roll Protection
4 – Paper mismatch options
5 – Replacing an Ink Cartridge
6 – Replacing a Printhead
7 – Printing using Economode with the eMFP printer driver
8 – Printing from a USB Flash Drive
9 – Walkup Copying
10 – Scan to File
11 – Embedded Web Server
12 – Printing from HP Designjet ePrint & Share using the eMFP touch screen
13 – Printing from HP Designjet ePrint & Share website
14 – Printing through email
15 – Demonstrate Accessories
Equipment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
HP Designjet T2500 PostScript eMFP
Demo files from the USB flash drive or your own sample files TIFF, JPEG, HP-GL/2, RTL, PDF or PostScript.
3 inch Core Adapter Accessory
36 inch Roll Feed Spindle Accessory
1 x PC or Laptop computer
2 network connections. You can either use DHCP if available, or set up your own private network with
static IP addresses one for the eMFP and one for the computer.
7. Internet connection
8. HP/GL-2 eMFP drivers installed on the computer
9. 1 x 36” roll of Plain paper 1 x 36” roll of Glossy paper
10. An HP Designjet ePrint & Share account with files available to print you can create an account on
www.hp.com/go/eprintandshare
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Demo Samples
The demo USB Stick contains printable samples which can be used for the demos. All these samples should be
printed on HP Super Heavyweight Coated Paper to ensure long life.
The files can be printed through the EWS without having to install a driver.
The following table shows the recommended media and settings for optimal results for each sample. You
should refer to this as well as the specific instructions in each demo.
Sample
AEC_Plan_01.pdf
AEC_Render_05.pdf
Recommended media and copy
settings
 Recommended media: HP Bright
White Inkjet Paper or HP Coated
Paper
 Content type: Lines
 Original paper type: White paper
 Scan quality: Fast
 Scan quality: Standard 200dpi
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Recommended media: HP
Heavyweight Coated Paper, or HP
Super Heavyweight Coated Paper
Content type: Mixed
Original paper type: White paper
Scan quality: Normal
Scan quality: High (300dpi)
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AEC_Plan_08.pdf
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Recommended media: HP
Heavyweight Coated Paper, or HP
Super Heavyweight Coated Paper
Content type: Mixed
Original paper type: White paper
Print quality: Normal
Scan quality: High (300dpi)
Preparing for a demo
Adequate preparation is one of the most critical steps you can take for a successful product demonstration.
Plan ahead to ensure that the eMFP is installed properly and ready for printing. If you are expected to print
your customer’s file or print on their media, make sure you get these ahead of time to test thoroughly. Use
the following points as a checklist to prepare for your demo.
 Ensure the eMFP and software have been installed and set up by trained personnel according to the
setup instructions.
 Make sure there is adequate room around the eMFP to demonstrate its features
 Acquire or pre-print samples on a wide variety of media types to demonstrate the eMFP versatility.
The more the better.
 Make sure you have enough ink installed in the eMFP.
 Make sure you have the media you intend to print on. It is recommended to use full-width media for
maximum impact.
 If you will be printing on media supplied by the customer, acquire this ahead of time and test files on
the target media.
 If you will be printing a customer’s file, get this ahead of time and test the file on the target media.
 Ensure you have datasheets and any other supporting documentation you wish to present.
 Clean up the immediate area to give a nice presentation to your customers.
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Configuration checklist
Please refer to the setup guide and user guide for full instructions on installing and using the eMFP series.
Use the following list to check that everything is configured correctly if you did not install the product
yourself prior to the demo.
T2500 eMFP Network folders setup on the separate PC:
1. Create a user account on the computer called Demo with the password HP.
2. Create a folder on the computer that the scanner can access through the network called My Scans.
3. Change the sharing options of the folder so that it is shared with the user called Demo, and assign full
control of the folder to that user.
4. Note the following details from the computer.
a.
Server name the network name of the computer __________________________
b.
Folder name My Scans
c.
User name Demo
d.
User password HP
e.
Domain name the domain in which the user name exists. If the Demo user does not belong to
any domain, leave this field empty ___________________________________________
T2500 eMFP Network folders setup using the printer EWS:
1.
2.
Open the printers Embedded Web Server from your PC using the printers IP address
Select the Setup tab and then Scan to network and add folder details, now enter the information
from 4a to 4e above and select Apply.
3.
You should now see the following screen with your network folders created.
1. Now in the Setup tab select the Internet connection option and tick the box Enable access to internet and
if you use a Web Proxy to access the internet tick this box also and enter the address of your Proxy Server
and click Apply.
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2. Now select the HP ePrint connection option and check that the eMFP is configured for ePrint connectivity
by selecting Enabled.
If not already set up use the eMFP touch screen to enable, go to Connectivity > HP ePrint Center
connectivity menu and Enable.
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T2500 eMFP Other EWS settings:

Add some print jobs to the print queue

Add some print jobs to the stored jobs queue

Add some costs to the accounting page

Enable the ePrint center connectivity and note the printer code
HP Designjet ePrint & Share account

Add the printer to your HP Designjet ePrint & Share account
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Using the eMFP touch screen select the following options
1.
>
> Setup > Printing preferences > Print quality > Economode = On
2.
>
changes
3.
>
> Setup > Printing preferences > Paper options > Roll protection = Protect Roll 2
4.
>
> Setup > Job management options > Paper mismatch action = Put job on hold
5.
>
> Setup > Job management options > Queue = On
> Setup > Printing preferences > Paper options > Roll switching options = Minimize roll
Using HP Designjet ePrint & Share
Add some files to your online print history from the Architectural project ready to print from the eMFP touch
screen.
Add the Designjet eMFP to your account as a remote eMFP for printing from Designjet ePrint & Share.
Using the output stacking tray
Add some prints to the output stacking tray for showing later
Computer
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Microsoft® Windows XP with Service Pack 3
o
Intel Pentium family or AMD K6/Athlon/Duron family (1 GHz)
o
1 GB RAM
o
2 GB available hard disk space
Microsoft® Windows Vista/7
o
32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor (1 GHz)
o
2 GB RAM
o
2 GB available hard disk space
Operating system
o
Microsoft® Windows XP (32-bit) with Service Pack 3
o
Microsoft® Windows Vista (32- or 64-bit) with Service Pack 2
o
Microsoft® Windows 7 (32- or 64-bit) with latest Windows updates
o
Microsoft® .NET Framework
Browser
o
Microsoft® Internet Explorer 8, 9, or 10
o
Google Chrome 5.x or later
o
Mozilla Firefox 3.6 or later
o
Safari 5.x or later
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Demo 1 – Designjet T2500 eMFP Overview
In this demo you should discuss the T2500 eMFP value propositions and the key selling points to show these
value propositions. In subsequent demos within this document we will show these key selling points.
What to say
Notes
1.
VP1: Innovative user experience
2.
VP2: Print, scan and copy with a single device
3.
VP3: Print from virtually anywhere
KSP1: Eliminate the output clutter get flat, collated prints thanks to the
integrated output stacking tray.
KSP2: Gain full control monitor media rolls, view eMFP status on the
touchscreen, and track jobs during printing.
KSP3: Load two paper rolls effortlessly even when seated with front
loading and automatic roll alignment.
KSP4: Save space with a compact, integrated 36-inch multifunction eMFP
that prints, scans and copies.
KSP1: Speed up your workflow, easily scan and email sketches and handannotated drawings directly to your partners.
KSP2: Instantly share and manage content, scan to your network folder,
FTP, USB drive or directly to the cloud.
KSP3: Help cut downtime, print multiple jobs on a variety of media types
and sizes with two rolls and smart switching.
KSP4: Create A1/D-size prints in 21 seconds, Original HP inks deliver dark
blacks and true neutral grays.
KSP1: Use your Apple® or Android™ smartphone or tablet to print from
virtually anywhere.
KSP2: Access and print projects from the cloud when you're out of the
office, using HP Designjet ePrint & Share.
KSP3: Automatically save copies of your work to the cloud when you print
and scan with HP Designjet ePrint & Share.
KSP4: Print and scan without drivers using a USB stick and directly email
projects to your T2500 eMFP
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Show the customer the
output stacker, front
loading rolls and
touchscreen
Show the customer the
integrated scanner
Show the customer the
USB port for printing
and scanning
Demo 2 – Media Handling
1.
Step
Notes
To enable the Printing paper info option to track the amount of media left
This feature enables
you to track how much
media is left on your
roll and to automate
media loading.
on your roll, from the main menu of the touch screen select the
icon and then the
icon > Setup > Printing preferences > Paper
options > Printing paper info > On. The eMFP will now track media usage
for you.
2.
Load your media onto the spindle(s) as follows
a. Place the media on a flat surface in front of you with the paper coming
over the top of the roll
b. Feed the end of the spindle through the media roll from the right until
fully inserted into the roll
c. Place the media on the ground with the open spindle end uppermost
d. Place the blue end cap onto the spindle and firmly push down until on
top of the media
e. Move the latch into the locked position
3.
a.
b.
c.
Load one 36” roll of HP
Plain paper on roll 1
and one 36” roll of HP
Glossy paper on roll 2
Hold the spindle by its
ends and not in the
middle, to avoid
touching the paper and
perhaps leaving marks
on it.
From the touch screen, press
, then Roll 1 or Roll 2 icon
select Load
Open the roll cover when asked by the touch screen
Load the spindle into the eMFP, with the blue hub on the right.
If the Printing paper
info option is enabled,
the touch screen will
ask you to specify the
length of the roll.
Load both media rolls
Front uploading for the
T2500 is the same as
with the T1500 or T920
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
Insert the edge of the paper into the eMFP
Roll the paper into the eMFP until you feel resistance and the paper
flexes slightly. When the eMFP detects the paper, it feeds it in and
automatically aligns and de-skews the media roll. (no need for manual
adjustments)
If the leading edge of the paper has a barcode, the eMFP reads and then
cuts off the barcode, which falls into the basket.
If the leading edge of the paper has no barcode, the touch screen
prompts you to select the paper category and type.
The eMFP checks the alignment and measures the width, then the
touch screen prompts you to close the roll cover.
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Step
4.
Notes
a. From the eMFPs touch screen select the
Icon, then Roll 1 or Roll
2 icon
then Unload
b. Notice that the eMFP will now print a barcode on the leading edge of
the media before unloading, this contains the information about the
media type and remaining media length.
Show the barcode to
your customer and
explain the benefits of
having this information
printed on the media
5.
Re load the media according to the earlier instructions
Point out that this time
the eMFP reads the
barcode so you do not
have to re-enter paper
information, which
means faster loading.
6.
Showing the output stacking tray
Show the customer
how previously printed
jobs have been
automatically stacked
to make it easier to
claim your prints
By default, the eMFP cuts the paper after every print job. The resulting
printed sheets of paper are neatly stacked on top of the previously printed
sheets by the output stacking tray.
To empty the output stacking tray, stand in front of the eMFP, open the
output stacking tray cover, and pull the stack of printed sheets up and out
of the output stacking tray.
There are several output options available

Print to the basket or Print to the output stacking tray
Show these options in
the driver and explain
them.

Hold for Manual printing with output stacking tray open (for glossy
or delicate media)
Also available from the
EWS submit job options

Page Order (first page or last page on top)

Collate (print multiple sets in order 123, 123, 123)
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Demo 3 – Roll Protection
Step
Notes
If you choose to protect a roll, jobs will be printed on it only if the job
explicitly specifies the roll number or the paper type loaded. This may be
useful, for example, in the following cases.
 To stop people from accidentally printing unimportant jobs on
expensive paper.
 To avoid printing on a particular roll when printing from AutoCAD
without interacting with the HP eMFP driver.
1.
2.
To protect a roll, go to the touch screen and press
then
then Setup > Printing preferences > Paper options > Roll protection > the
roll you wish to protect > Yes
There are two concepts to help you when working with multiple rolls.
The roll that is currently loaded will be printed on by default unless the
eMFP has some reason to switch rolls. To change the roll manually, select
the
then
then Paper > Move Paper > Select Roll.
A protected roll is protected from use unless the roll number or its paper
type is specifically requested.
Show this process to
the customer and
protect roll 2
Show this option and
change between roll 1
and 2 several times
(this shows how the
roll switching works
and the time involved)
ENSURE ROLL 2 IS READY TO PRINT BEFORE PROCEEDING
3.
Print any file from the EWS WITHOUT selecting a roll number or media type,
to show the roll protection option working (the print should print on roll 1
because roll 2 is protected)
Discuss why this is happening and why the eMFP is changing from roll 2 to
roll 1
Open the EWS of your
eMFP select Submit
Job, add the file make
sure that no roll
number or media is
selected and press
Print
4.
NOTE: If you protect a roll, then later unload the current roll and load a new
one, the new roll remains protected. You are protecting the roll number, not
one specific roll of paper. That roll number will remain protected until you
cancel the protection.
TIP: If you print without specifying a roll number or paper type, you will not
be able to print on any protected roll.
The illustration below
shows the T2500 eMFP
touch screen with roll 2
active and protected
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Demo 4 – Paper mismatch options
Step
Notes
If the paper currently loaded in the eMFP is not suitable for a particular job,
the eMFP can either put the job on hold until some suitable paper is loaded,
or it can ignore the problem and print the job on the unsuitable paper.
There are several ways in which the loaded paper may be considered
unsuitable:
 The paper type is not as specified for the job
 The paper source (roll 1, roll 2 or sheet) is not as specified for the
job

1.
The paper size is smaller than specified for the job
You can set the eMFPs behavior in such cases from the touch screen.
Select
then
then Setup > Job management options >
Paper mismatch action =
Print anyway if you want such jobs to print on whatever paper is loaded.
This is the default option when printing from a software application or from
the Embedded Web Server; but it does not work when printing from a USB
flash drive.
Show this option in the
touch screen
Select
then
then Setup > Job management options >
Paper mismatch action =
Put job on hold if you want such jobs to be put on hold. The eMFP will send
an alert whenever a job is put on hold to the job owner.
2.
When a job is put on hold for paper, it is kept in the eMFP queue until some
suitable paper is loaded (in which case, all jobs waiting for that paper type
can be printed). Meanwhile, other jobs with different requirements can
continue printing.
3.
Send a print job to the eMFP using the eMFP driver or EWS but select a
media type NOT on the eMFP, the job will be placed on hold instead of
printing (show this to the customer on the touch screen)
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Emphasize the benefits
of this feature “no
printing on the wrong
media” saves costs
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Demo 5 – Replacing an Ink Cartridge
Step
1.
2
Notes
From time to time you may need to change an empty ink cartridge or a
partially empty ink cartridge, for instance if you want to print a large job
and you are not sure if you have enough ink available. The first step is to
check the amount of ink remaining for each of the six colors.
To view the ink levels of your ink cartridges, press
on the touch
screen, then
this will give you a graphical representation of
the ink level remaining in each cartridge. If one or more cartridges looks
low you can interrogate the individual cartridge by selecting it here, this
will give you all of the information for that ink cartridge including warranty
and milliliters of ink remaining. You can also get this information from the
printers EWS or the HP Utility software.
3.
To replace an ink cartridge From the touch screen, press
, then
, then Replace ink cartridges.
when prompted open the ink cartridge cover, remove the empty or
partially empty cartridge and replace with a new or partially full cartridge
to use up remaining ink, close the cover and the eMFP is ready to use.
Show the smart chip of
the ink cartridge which
gives the information
received from the touch
screen or the EWS
Demo 6 – Replacing a Printhead
1.
Step
Notes
The eMFP automatically checks (and services the printhead if needed)
after each print to maintain health, follow the steps below to get more
information on your printhead.
When replacing a
printhead 32ml per color
and 40ml Mk ink are
required for safe PHA
initialization
2.
Show the information
from the touch screen
a. From the touch screen, press
b. The information available includes:
 Status
 Color
 Product name
 Product number
 Serial number
 Ink Fired
 Warranty status
 Install Date
then
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then
You can also get most of
this information without
leaving your computer
by using the printers
EWS or the HP Utility.
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Step
3.
Notes
Remove the printhead
and show it to the
customer ensuring that
you point out the nozzle
plate and smart chip
To replace a printhead when needed, from the touch screen press
then
a)
, then Replace printhead.
The eMFP moves the carriage into the correct position.
b) When the carriage has stopped moving, the front-panel display
asks you to open the window.
c)
Raise the blue printhead cover.
d) Pull the blue cover back towards you, raising the black piece to
which it is attached.
e)
Leave the black piece approximately vertical.
f)
Grasp the printhead by the blue pieces on each side.
g) Lift the printhead out of the carriage.
4.
Re-insert the same printhead into the eMFP
a)
Explain that this is a very
simple process and that
all alignments and
calibrations are done by
the eMFP fully
automatically
Insert the printhead slowly and vertically, straight down.
b) Check that the printhead is correctly aligned with its ink
connectors.
c)
Lower the black piece over the printhead.
d) Close the blue cover.
e)
When the printhead has been inserted correctly and is accepted
by the eMFP, the eMFP beeps.
f)
Close the window.
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Step
Notes
g) The front-panel display confirms that the printhead is correctly
inserted. The eMFP starts checking and preparing the printhead.
Demo 7 – Printing using Economode with the eMFP driver
1.
2.
Step
Notes
Print an A1/D size plot (in Fast mode, with Economode on) using the eMFP
driver, to roll 1 (plain paper) and show the real print preview option
Economode uses a
lower rendering
resolution and
consumes less ink. It
therefore increases
printing speed, but
reduces print quality
Use the following file AEC_Plan_01.pdf from the demo USB drive and open
in a CAD or Viewer application
a.
From the application you are using select File > Print and select
the eMFP you will use for the demo.
b.
Now select Properties which will open the eMFP driver dialogue
box.
c.
Make changes as illustrated below
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Step
Notes
3.
When you have made the changes above select OK to print
4.
You will now see a preview of how the file will look when printed on your
chosen eMFP with the media that is loaded.
See below image
You can make changes here before printing
5.
Select Print and the job will be printed without unforseen errors.
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Point out not only the
speed of printing which
is 21 seconds/page on
A1/D size, but also the
quality of Economode
and the use of less ink
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Demo 8 – Printing from a USB Flash drive
1.
Step
Notes
Insert a USB flash drive containing one or more TIFF, JPEG, HP-GL/2, RTL,
PDF or PostScript files into the product's front USB port.
To print PDF or
PostScript files, the
PostScript eMFP or
PostScript upgrade is
required.
At the touch screen, Press the
icon.
The use of USB flash
drives with your
product may be
disabled in the
Embedded Web
Server (Setup >
Security > Disable USB
drives.
icon and then press the
Select the file to be printed.
Files that cannot be printed are indicated with
You can press folders to browse their contents.
2.
.
The default print settings are displayed. If you want to change them, press
Settings. The following settings are available:
Size allows you to resize the print in two different ways: to a percentage of
its original size, or to fit a particular paper size. The default is 100% (its
original size).
Color allows you to choose color, grayscale or black-and-white printing.
Print quality allows you to set the print quality to Best, Normal or Fast.
Roll allows you to specify printing on roll 1 or roll 2, or you can choose Save
paper, which automatically chooses the narrowest roll on which the print
will fit.
Manual mode select to print with the output stacking tray open or closed
Paper margins select the print margins to be used
Paper output allows you to direct output to the output stacking tray (the
default) or the basket.
Collate allows you to turn collation on or off.
Page order allows you to choose first page on top, or last page on top
Rotation allows you to rotate the print by any multiple of 90°, or you can
choose Automatic, which rotates the print automatically if that will save
paper.
Printer margins allows you to change the default printer margins.
3.
To display a preview of the printed job on the touch screen, press
.
When the preview is displayed, you can press it to zoom in on it. Press it
again to zoom out.
Then press the
4.
Change these settings
as appropriate for your
image to be printed on
the media loaded.
You can pan and zoom
an image.
icon.
When you are satisfied with the print settings, press Print.
If two rolls are loaded, you can choose to print on either roll, or you can let
the eMFP choose automatically.
After printing, you can choose to print another file or go to the job queue.
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Demo 9 – Walkup Copying
Step
Notes
1.
Load the sheet with the pre-printed AEC_Render_05.pdf file, printed side
facing upwards.
Align the center of the sheet approximately with the center of the scanner.
Use the standard size markings to help you.
You should print the
AEC_Render_05.pdf file
beforehand onto HP
Bright White Inkjet
Paper or HP Coated
Paper
2.
Push the sheet into the insertion slot until you feel it contact the rollers.
The scanner will automatically grab the sheet and move it into position for
By default, if the original
is skewed in the scanner
(not loaded straight),
the scanner will try to
correct the skew
automatically.
scanning. You can press the
button to eject the sheet if you feel that
it has loaded badly and you want to try again.
3.
At the touch screen, go to the home screen and press the Copy icon
4.
Some of the default copy settings are displayed. Press Settings to see the 
complete list of settings, and check in particular that the Paper type

settings correspond to the paper type that you intend to scan.
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
5.

Size allows you to resize the print in two different ways: to a
percentage of its original size, or to fit a particular paper size. The
default is 100% (its original size).
Copy quality allows you to set the print quality to Best, Normal or
Fast.
Copy color allows you to choose color or grayscale printing.
Roll allows you to specify printing on roll 1 or roll 2, or you can
choose Save paper, which automatically chooses the narrowest
roll on which the print will fit.
Content type allows you to optimize the scan for a line drawing, a
photographic image, or a mixed image.
Original type allows you to specify the paper type on which the
original image has been printed. To optimize scan quality, ensure
that this setting is correct.
When you are satisfied with the copy settings, press anywhere on the
screen to return to the previous page, then press Start.
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 Resize if you wish
 Select Normal
 Select color
 Select the roll with
plain paper loaded
 Select line drawing
 Select an appropriate
match to optimize
your scan quality
If two rolls are loaded,
you can choose to print
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Step
Notes
on either roll, or you can
let the printer choose
automatically.
6.
When the scan is complete, press
to eject the scanned sheet from the
scanner.
After printing, you can choose to make another copy or go to the job
queue.
While the scanned image
is being printed, you can
perform another
operation you don't
need to wait for the end
of the print.
Demo 10 – Scan to File
Step
Notes
1.
With scan to file we can select either a network or FTP folder, USB key or
online library in HP Designjet ePrint & Share.
Scan to network or FTP folder will not work until they have been set up in
the computer and printer.
First show how to setup the network and FTP folders in the computer.
Demonstrate using the
configuration checklist
and the folder you have
already created
2.
Scan to network folder
 Create a folder on a computer that the scanner can access
through the network.
You can create up to 29
shared folders.

Create a user account on the same computer for the printer.

Change the sharing options of the folder so that it is shared with
the 'scanner user', and assign full control of the folder to that
user.

Create a share name for the folder.
Scan to FTP requires less
steps to set up on the
computer
Scan to FTP folder
 Create a folder on an FTP server.

3.
Ensure that you know the server name, user name, and password
for the FTP server.
Now setup the printer
 In the printer's Embedded Web Server, select the Setup tab and
then Scan to network

On the Scan to Network page, click Add folder details, and fill in
the various fields.
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4.

Protocol FTP or CIFS (Windows).

Folder type public or private. When you select a private folder,
you must enter a password in the touch screen.

Alias name is displayed in the touch screen when you are
choosing the scan destination. It may be different from the
network or FTP folder name.

Server name the network name of the remote computer.

Folder name the share name of the folder.

User name the name of the 'scanner user'.

User password the password of the 'scanner user'.

Domain name the name of the domain in which the user name
exists. If the scanner user does not belong to any domain, leave
this field empty.
The server and folder
names are used to
connect to the shared
folder by building a
network folder path
as follows: \\server
name\folder name
For an FTP folder, enter
the server name, folder
name, user name, and
password. Leave the
user domain empty.
5.
Click Add to save the configuration, The printer automatically checks that
it can access the network folder.
You can check at any later time that the shared folder remains accessible
by clicking Verify in the Embedded Web Server.
6.
Load the sheet with the pre-printed AEC_Plan_08.pdf file, printed side
facing upwards.
Align the center of the sheet approximately with the center of the scanner.
Use the standard size markings to help you.
7.
Push the sheet into the insertion slot until you feel it contact the rollers.
The scanner will automatically grab the sheet and move it into position for
You should print the
AEC_Plan_08.pdf file
beforehand onto HP
Heavyweight Coated
Paper
scanning. You can press the
button to eject the sheet if you feel that
it has loaded badly and you want to try again.
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At the touch screen, go to the home screen and press the Scan icon
8.
Then select where you would like to store the scanned image.



The network folder
option will not work
unless the network
folder or FTP has been
correctly set up and
identified in the
Embedded Web Server
or HP Utility
In a network folder or FTP folder
In a USB flash drive
Your Online Library in HP Designjet ePrint & Share
Select the network folder Icon (the one you created in the configuration
checklist)
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9.
Some of the default scan settings are displayed. Press Settings to see the
complete list of settings, and check in particular that the Paper type
setting corresponds to the paper type that you intend to scan.








Format allows you to specify the format of the file in which the
scanned image will be saved: TIFF, JPEG or (with the T2500 eMFP
PS only) PDF.
Compression allows you to specify the level of compression:
maximum, high (the default level), medium, or low. This option is
available if the format is JPEG or PDF.
Resolution allows you to specify the scan resolution: Standard
(200 dpi), High (300 dpi), or Max (600 dpi).
Color allows you to choose color, grayscale or black and white
scanning.
Content type allows you to optimize the scan for a line drawing, a
photographic image, or a mixed image.
Original type allows you to specify the paper type on which the
original image has been printed. To optimize scan quality, ensure
that this setting is correct.
Background removal allows you to remove unwanted
background color. You can specify the strength of this setting,
from 0 to 10.
Blueprints invert is useful when the blueprint you intend to scan
is a blueprint with a dark background and light lines (instead of a
blueprint with light background and dark lines). This option is
available only if the Original type is set to Blueprints.
Default settings can be
changed from the touch
screen.
 Select TIFF
 Select High 300dpi
 Select color
 Select Mixed Image
 Select an appropriate
match to optimize
your scan quality
 Try different options
from 0 – 10 to show
the results from
cleaning
10.
When you are satisfied with the scan settings, press anywhere on the
screen to return to the previous page, then press Start.
The filename of the scanned image is generated automatically however
you can change the name at this point; it is guaranteed not to overwrite an
existing file.
Note you can setup
multiple scan to network
folder or scan to FTP
folders.
11.
If you are scanning to a USB flash drive follow the above procedure but
select the USB Drive destination icon instead, wait until the scanned image
has been saved, then press the USB icon on the touch screen and press
Eject. Remove the USB flash drive when prompted by the touch screen.
Scan a file to the USB
drive to show this
functionality
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12.
To scan your document directly to HP Designjet ePrint & Share from the
Touch screen select the Scan icon and then the HP Designjet ePrint & Share
icon
Only the T2500 eMFP
can scan files to the
cloud and share files
with other users from
the touchscreen
To access your online library, sign in to HP Designjet ePrint & Share using
your registered email address and password.
Press in the fields and a keyboard will be displayed so that you can enter
the details of your account.
After you've signed in, the default scan settings are displayed as in step 5
above, make any changes and then press start.
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If you have not already done so, feed the document into the scanner as
shown, centered and facing up.
When the scan is complete, the scan results are displayed.
You can share files
immediately as you scan
or later through the HP
Designjet ePrint & Share
website.
You can press the File name to change it. Press the Save file button to
continue and then release the original from the scanner.
In the next screen, you can choose to share the scan with any of your
contacts in the listing by selecting a check box next to their name or you
can add new contacts. Press the Share button when ready.
If you don’t wish to share with any contacts simply press the Share button
without making a selection.
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After adding one document to the scan queue, you can press the Make
Another Scan icon to scan another document.
Alternatively, press the Sign Out icon to return to the home screen, or the
Scan Queue icon to go to the scan job queue.
The scanned document will be available from the Scanned history in your
online library, and you can later print it or share it with other people.
Press
scanner.
to eject the scanned sheet if not already done from the
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Demo 11 – Embedded Web Server
Step
Notes
The Embedded Web Server enables you to manage your eMFP remotely
using an ordinary Web browser running on any computer.
To access the Embedded Web Server directly, you must have a TCP/IP
connection to your eMFP.
The following browsers are known to be compatible with the Embedded
Web Server:
 Internet Explorer 6 and later, for Windows
 Safari 2 and later, for Mac OS X 10.4
 Firefox 1.5 and later
1.
To access the Embedded Web Server on any computer, open your Web
browser and give the IP address of your eMFP. e.g. 192.168.0.1
2.
 Main Tab:
Select the Main tab of the printers EWS and show the following options
available:
 Supplies information
o Show how you can remotely see the status of ink cartridges,
printheads and loaded media
3.
 Job Queue
o Show here how all jobs are in this queue and can be manipulated for
printing (prioritized, reprinted, deleted and previewed)
Have some print jobs in
the queue ready for
this demo and practice
beforehand
4.
 Stored jobs in eMFP
o Show some jobs stored in the eMFP permanently (the benefit is jobs
can be printed when needed regularly without resending to the
eMFP over your network)
Store some jobs in the
eMFP ready for this
demo
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Open your web browser
and type in the printers
IP address (you can get
this address from the
printers touch screen)
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 Submit job
o Here you can show the customer how we can print jobs directly from
a supported file without the need for an eMFP driver or an
application to open it (saving time and costs for applications) we can
also switch on the nesting feature to help save media.
o Open the printers embedded web server and select the Setup Tab >
EMFP Settings and make the following changes under job
management:
o Queue = ON
o Nest = Optimized
o Start Printing = After Processing
5.
1.
2.
Remember all jobs in
the queue will have the
same properties that
you set in (3) for
scaling and print
quality so if you want
to send jobs with
different print speeds
and sizes add them
separately.
Select Submit Job from the Main tab.
Select the Add Files button and browse to several supported files
and add them to the print queue.
Practice before any
demo
1
2
4
If you correctly set-up
nesting jobs that can
be nested will now be
nested… saving media
3
3.
Change the print settings for these jobs as required
• Size
• Number of copies
• Print quality
Show how the print settings for these jobs can be changed and explain the
options (resize the jobs to an A3 size or equivalent)
4.
Select print.
Show the customer how the eMFP is awaiting any more prints by waiting 1
minute before starting the nesting process (fully automatic nesting is built
into this eMFP)
6.
 Usage and Accounting
o Show the Usage option which shows all ink and media usage of the
eMFP
o Show the accounting page which can be used to cross charge
customers or departments for print usage. The information on
media and ink usage/costs can be exported to an Excel spreadsheet
or sent from the eMFP to an email account (with or without user
information)
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Show some examples
of exported
spreadsheets and
emails from the eMFP
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7.
 HP Professional Pantone Emulation
You can use the Embedded Web Server to print a swatch book showing
emulations of PANTONE colors as made by your eMFP, together with a
measure of the color difference (ΔE) between each emulation and the
original PANTONE spot color.
8.
The Embedded Web Server is a tool which enables one to one management
of a device such as an HP Designjet eMFP, however without any security
being implemented this tool can also be damaging as many features can be
configured using just a web browser and an IP connection to the eMFP. To
alleviate this problem HP have implemented security options to our
compatible HP Designjets as follows.
9.
 Security:
Select the Setup tab of the printers EWS and show the following options
available for security:
 Access Control
o Access control is enabled by setting the Admin account password,
Users will then have to provide the Admin password in order to
perform any of the following restricted operations:
Cancel, delete or preview a job in the job queue
Delete a stored job
Clear accounting information
Change the eMFP settings on the Device Setup page
Update the eMFPs firmware
Change the eMFPs date and time
Change security settings
View protected eMFP information pages
Setup scan to network path folder
This option is only
available with a
PostScript eMFP
o Once the administrator user account has been set, the administrator
can also set the Guest account password, if the guest user account is
set, a username and password are required for ALL Web server
operations: users identified as guests have access to restricted
operations, whilst users identified as administrators have access to
all operations.
10.
 Control Panel Access Lock
o The control panel access lock is a feature intended for IT
administrators that allow them to lock the devices touch screen using
the printers Embedded Web Server, preventing unauthorized users
from accessing it and changing the eMFPs settings. Administrators
can specify the level of access as follows:
Unlock
Minimum Lock
Moderate Lock
Intermediate Lock
Maximum Lock
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Set the Admin
password to HP and
then try and delete a
job in the print queue
(without logging in)
Set the Guest password
to PH and then try and
access the EWS
(without logging in)
Log into the printers
EWS and set Control
Panel access Lock to
Maximum.
Show the customer the
touch screen and what
can be accessed now
the lock is in place.
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Maximum Lock - This option denies access to all options. You can only
retrieve your prints
Intermediate Lock - This option denies access to the paper and ink supplies
handling options, maintenance options and demo prints, on top of the
Moderate Lock. Only viewing eMFP and supplies information is allowed.
Moderate Lock - This option denies access to all eMFP settings, the job
queue, information and service prints and the eMFP log, on top of the
Minimum Lock.
Minimum Lock - This option denies access to the Resets options,
Enable/Disable connectivity options and the Service menu.
These are the options
available.
12.
 Mass Storage
o This option is used to disable the ability to connect a USB Flash Drive
in the touch screen and print directly.
o It can also be used to disable firmware updates using a USB Flash
Drive in the touch screen.
Select the option to
disable Mass Storage
and then show the
touch screen message
when a USB Drive is
inserted.
13.
 Internet Connection
This eMFP allows Internet connectivity. With this option enabled you can
enjoy some online features such as automatic firmware upgrade or the HP
Designjet ePrint & Share environment to run from the eMFPs touch screen.
With internet
connectivity enabled
your eMFP will
automatically check for
the latest firmware and
download it ready for
you to install.
11.
o Enable access to internet tick this checkbox to enable the Internet
access of the eMFP.
o Proxy configuration tick this checkbox for using a web proxy for the
Internet connection.
Remember to unlock
the touch screen again
Download/Upload speed configuration You can limit your Download and
Upload speed limit for all the file transfer connections by checking this
checkbox.
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If checked, you must set the Download/Upload speed limit (in kB/s)
considering that the minimum speed limit required is 100kB/s.
14.
 HP ePrint Connection
The HP ePrint connection page allows you to change and view the cloud
configuration.
o ePrint center status information
o Enable, disable or remove ePrint center connectivity
o EMFP code
o EMFP email address for printing via email
o ePrint center job priority
 Print directly
 Place on hold
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Demo 12 – Print from HP Designjet ePrint & Share using the
eMFP touch screen
1.
HP Designjet ePrint & Share allows you to print files on any Web-connected
eMFP, when you want. You don't need a computer: you can use the eMFPs
touch screen.
At the touch screen, go to the home screen and press the Print icon
2.
Now press the HP Designjet ePrint & Share icon.
3.
To access your online print history, sign in to HP Designjet ePrint & Share
using your registered username and password
Press in the fields and a keyboard will be displayed so that you can enter
the details of your account.
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4.
After signing in, select a print history category.
Select All.
Select a file from the history by pressing the file name.
5.
The default print settings are displayed, and you can change them by
pressing the Settings button.
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When you're ready to print, press the Print button.
After sending one file to print, you can press the Add More icon to select
another file from the history.
Alternatively, press the Sign Out icon to return to the home screen, or the
Job Queue icon to go to the job queue.
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Demo 13 – Printing from HP Designjet ePrint & Share website
Step
Notes
In this demo we will print directly from the HP Designjet ePrint & Share
website to the eMFP using the internet
Make sure that you
have the eMFP setup as
a remote eMFP in your
HP Designjet ePrint &
Share account
1.
Go to www.hp.com/go/eprintandshare and log in to your account
2.
To view and print a file, select the category to filter your list of saved files
(printed, scanned, shared with me, or all). You will see a list of your files
ordered by time. The file can be identified by the name, the date and time of
printing, the eMFP that was used, and the thumbnail.
3.
Select the file, and a file preview is shown in the right panel. If the file
contains multiple pages, you can navigate through the pages using the
arrows. You can also click the preview to enlarge it, and zoom in to see
details.
4.
Press the Print button
5.
A print-preview dialog appears, in which you can check and modify some
settings and select your local or remote eMFP.
6.
Press the Print button again to send your document to print.
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Select your remote
Designjet eMFP
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Demo 14 – Print by email
Step
Notes
After you have enabled Web Services, you can print to your printer by email.
You should have
configured the printer
and have the email
address ready
1.
Send the file you want to print by email to the email address of your printer
as an attachment. In this way, you can print from anywhere with an Internet
connection, without needing any printer driver.
2.
There are a few limitations that you should bear in mind:
 The attached files to be printed must be in PDF, JPEG, or TIFF
formats.
3.

The maximum file size is 10 MB, but your email server may have a
lower limit.

Files are printed in the original document size (at 100% scale), in
normal quality, in color, and normally in portrait orientation (some
printers may offer autorotation).
Show the customer the print file coming into the print queue and being
processed.
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Demo 15 – Demonstrate Accessories
Step
Notes
There are several accessories available for the T2500 eMFP including
 3 inch Core Adapter- with this adaptor you can use paper rolls with
3-inch cores, provided that the diameter of the roll is within the
printer specifications, show how the core adaptor work with the
spindle
 36 inch Roll Feed Spindle – with extra spindles you can save time
by having media pre-loaded and ready for loading into the printer
If available
demonstrate the use of
these accessories and
their benefit
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