No matter what printer you are using, whether HP, Canon, or Kyocera, the Adaptio IPDS and SCS host print software performs the conversion necessary from your IBM host system to your PCL compatible printers of choice. Adaptio turns your Windows-based machine into a scalable IPDS print server. The IPDS emulation and datastream conversion is done within the adaptio software. No specific driver is needed.
Also provides bi-directional communication between the host for error reporting, page-range printing, and job control.
Windows Server Requirements
Data conversion is accomplished by Adaptio and sent to the printer via the Ethernet LAN.
Adaptio takes advantage of high-speed, high-performance printers.
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|Expandabiity||Printer sessions range from 1 to 512 LAN attached printers.|
|High Speed Printing, up to 250 ppm||Data conversion is accomplished by adaptio and sent to the printer via the Ethernet LAN. adaptio takes advantage of high-speed, high-performance printers.|
|I-O's Award Winning Printer Emulations||All AFP/IPDS and SCS functions including True Print Complete, AFP/IPDS and SCS Duplex, Page Offset, COR, Fonts, and Barcode are fully supported by adaptio .|
|Electronic Forms from SCS Data||Converts IBM's plain text SCS documents to graphical output, such as forms, invoices, statements, formatted text, barcodes, checks, etc. Eliminates pre-printed forms, PSF, IPDS, and custom programming. (Enhanced SCS option required)|
|Remote Printing||Printers can be attached locally or remotely via a WAN or VPN.|
|AFP/IPDS & SCS Printing||IBM host printing to network attached printers can be accomplished easily in an Ethernet environment. Laser printers can be configured as AFP/IPDS and/or SCS virtual printers. Dot-matrix printers are configured as SCS printers.|
|Full IBM Host Control of Print Jobs||adaptio provides bi-directional communication between the host and the printer.|
|Windows Print System Support Option||Printers can be addressed directly via Port 9100 or through the Windows printer object.|