Canon IRC3200-RIP board not work and unknown brand
I have a Canon IRC3200 imageRunner and also what looks likes a rip board/box attached to the back of the unit which I can’t get going nor identify. Two questions: 1. How do I identify what this box is i.e. brand and how to I get details including a manual for it etc. Box is the same colour as printer (cream coloured).The box has a main PCB board with no obvious brand marking though it has lots of FPGA chipsets. Harddrive is attached inside of lid. It has a parallel port, network TCP/IP some indicator lights diagnostics dip switches next to the UDP cable that plugs into the main printer.
2. I can’t print to it VIA parallel port or TCP/IP. There are no icons in the main configuration panel under ''Other Options'' and very little details in the manual. The only network setting I can see is under general settings and can setup LDAP server but nothing like setup a TCP/IP or parallel port etc.I think the menu item is missing. When I start the machine up a picture of the printer with the network box has an error saying that its connected like the printer and scanner but thats it.
There is a software version number printed on a sticker attached to the side of the box if this would help but no other markings. Any ideas what it is and how to get it going? I'd appreciate any guidance as I'm stuck and I really need to get printing from my computer. Thanks again
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Re: Canon IRC3200-RIP board not work and unknown brand
The box that you find at the back of the machine is called fiery you can configure that when you press the arrow key top right of the screen panel. you will the option of the fiery. make sure the power of fiery is connected
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This is a tricky one. The newer MAC OSX does not like the older printer drivers. It usally requires extra software from Apple to deal with these products. Now that being said it should load by itself. I can tell you without a doubt you can not use the self installer as it will fail each and every time. To keep it simple get ip address of the iRC3220 and go in to you printer install and point it to the PPD file which you can get from the Canon website. Final point... There is a different PPD for iRC3200 with Fiery (C1 print controllers) and one without. They are not cross compatible. You will see iRC3200 with C1 and one just saying iRC3200. Pick the right one. Oops one more point the Queue name will be just the word print. Good Luck.
Hello. The FF is a hexadecimal number that means the rip did not boot properly.There are buttload of reasons why this my be but lets try this. Power off the copier and the Fiery emulator (rip).Power on the copier only and let it reach aready condition.Then energize the rip and watch the same display that showed the FF.It may take a minute or two as it goes thru its boot/diagnostics,but we hope you dont get the FF again.Now I am assuming that what we are talking about is a previously configured system that had been working fine until recently.If this is so,and the rip does not operate correctly after the directions I just gave then you probably need to re-load the rip's system software.
There is a inter lock on the sorter when you attach it to the copier that is not being pushed in and you minht have a sheet of paper in the back of cassettes. Pull the cassettes out and look in the back of the copuer.
ok the driver for the printer is at imagerunner.com support/ drivers/ office-production then look for imagepass E-1 im assuming you have a print controller attached to the copier. i think you can also get the guides there also for the fiery... Not sure about manuals for the copier never looked
I think I can help but its been a long time . you need the clear the print jobs at the PC first then the print serveron the copier. turn the copier off and on, as it starts to warm up press the print button, now when it ask if you want to start setup press yes...scrool around till you see clear print server and say yes ....now reboot.