Manufacturer: Datamax Corportion
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 7.7Mb
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows Me, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.0.6 / 29 Jan 2007
The Datamax I-4210 provides incorporated application computing power to the I-Class family of industrial barcode label printers. The Macro Command Language is an entirely incorporated application development suite specifically for the requirements of data collection applications. After advancing an application on an MCL development computer, the application assignment is uploaded to the I-4210 where it is identified as a self-sufficient application. The MCL-enabled I-4210 can communicate with printer-resident look-up tables as well as corded and cordlessly attached remote ERP systems or other host databases. The I-4210 keeps the standardized I-Class engineering and features precision-crafted die-cast aluminum frame, a 32-bit processor with 8 or 16Mb of standard memory, a front panel consumer interface with color-coded cues for operator control. It also includes an embossed loading diagram for media and ribbon; an exceptional collapsible ribbon hub and wide-access print methods.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The Datamax I-4210 is a label monochrome printer. The main technicalities of a monochrome laser printer are much simpler and easier in contrast to color. The reason for this is because only one laser is required. With a monochrome laser printer, pages are printed with only one pass of a laser over a photosensitive receptor. To start with, a depiction engine takes a digital document and makes a single pass over its surface to produce a rasterized edition of its contents, page by page. This is considered as the input phase of the printing procedure. Secondly, only one laser produces a charge on a rotating photoreceptive drum, which in return carries that charge to an output page. This causes an excellent granular powder composed of black pigment and plastic to stick to its surface. The charged page passes via a fuser that liquefies the plastic in the toner, causing it to stay on the page, and to make the ultimate printed picture. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Datamax I-4210 errors before installing any driver updates.