Test you knowledge on Understanding Printers. (Please note that this test will not explain the answers)
Developing, writing, transferring, fusing, charging, cleaning
Charging, writing, developing, transferring, fusing, cleaning
Transferring, writing, developing, charging, cleaning, fusing
Cleaning, charging, writing, developing, transferring, fusing
Interfaces and print media
Nothing. Both printers will continue to function normally.
Nothing will happen in EP process printers, but HP LaserJet printers will flash a "-671 error" message.
Paper jams may occur in both types of printers because the paper may curl around the photosensitive drum.
Nothing will happen in HP LaserJet printers, but EP process printers will flash a "-671 error" message.
DC power supply
Printer controller assembly
Page Description Language (PDL)
Printer Control Language (PCL)
8 1/2 x 11 inch
11 x 17 inch
17 x 22 inch
8 1/2 x 17 inch
EP process laser printers
HP process laser printers
High-voltage power supply (HVPS)
DC power supply (DCPS)
Can print multipart forms
Printer quality is comparable to a typewriter
Laser scanning assembly
It has a higher transfer rate than a serial connection
It has a higher transfer rate than a parallel connection
It automatically recognizes new devices
It allows the printer to communicate with networks, servers, and workstations.
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