Environment Specifications

Temperature and humidity can affect the quality of your prints and the condition of the machine's parts; here are the standards for environmental conditions.

Please establish these requirements in your print area before setting up your printer and filling it with ink.

Temperature (printer):

Operation (with inks loaded): 61°F to 90°F (15°C to 32°C)

Storage (without ink) : 14°F to 104°F (-10°C to 40°C) Temperature (storing inks): 41°F to 90°F (5°C to 32°C)

Humidity (printer):

Operation (with inks loaded): 45% to 80% RH, non-condensing.

Storage (without ink): 20% to 85% RH, non-condensing.

It is crucial for trouble-free printer operation that the Relative Humidity (RH) requirement is met at all times when the printer is loaded with ink. If the environment is below the specified Relative Humidity the ink will dry more quickly at the Print Head causing nozzles to become clogged.

Keep an electronic hygrometer (humidity gauge) near the printer at all times to ensure that the relative humidity is maintained. Electronic hygrometers are available in electronic stores, department stores, or hardware stores, but be sure that they are of high quality and be sure to have them calibrated regularly.

If relative humidity falls below 45% at any time, it will be necessary to use a high-powered non-misting humidifier to increase the humidity in the immediate area of the printer. Also, keep in mind that it will be much easier to control the environment in a small area rather than a large one.