There’s all in all a pattern among printer creators to deliver greater, heavier-weight inkjets to challenge the predominance of laser printers in workplaces. The Epson with its B-500DN, have delivered machines professed to be as modest to run and close to as quick as identical lasers, yet with the reward of better shading quality and lower energy use. To be thoughtful to the B-500DN, you would agree that that it had flighty styling. To be precise, you would agree that it was a solid printer with a major square lump. That lump holds the four ink cartridges and, given their size, it’s difficult to see what other place in the printer’s case they could go. There are two paper sources in the machine, with a significant paper tape at the front, equipped for taking a full ream of 500 sheets of plain paper and a different feed plate under an overlap up cover, which can take a further 100 sheets. You can take care of photograph paper through the printer as well, in either A4 or 15 x 10cm sizes and, anything that the source, printed pages feed out to a plate at the front of the machine. At the rear of the printer is a strangely molded chamber, which ends up being the duplexer, so you can print twofold sided pages. Additionally at the back are attachments for USB 2 and Ethernet associations, as the printer is network-empowered as standard. The control board comprises of a 2-line by 16-character LCD, which has no backdrop illumination and is along these lines hard to peruse in ordinary use. There’s a jewel of five control buttons, in addition to two to take care of paper and switch the printer on and off. Printer arrangement includes opening the cartridge holders and connecting four ink cartridges. The printer then, at that point, plays out an oddball charging cycle which takes around five minutes. Programming establishment is straightforward, as there’s just a driver and web printing utility. The driver is all around determined, with help for a long time for each sheet, banner printing and watermarks, as well as duplex print. There’s an ISO standard being examined right now to give a procedure to testing print speeds; it can’t come soon enough. Epson claims the B-500DN is fit for 33ppm, printing dark or shading pages in ‘close to laser quality’ mode.
Download Epson B-500DN Manual PDF (User Guide And Installation)
The following manuals contain all the instruction and tutorials on using your printer, from the beginning to the advanced.
*Match the Epson B-500DN manual based on the operating system you are using, because each installation on a different OS also has a different manual.
User Guide is usually used for learning the operations, maintenance, troubleshooting tips, and some useful tutorial on how to use the features of your Epson B-500DN printer. While Setup Guide is made for the installation of the printer before using it.