monitor printer

monitor printer

[′män·əd·ər ‚print·ər]
(communications)
A teleprinter used in a technical control facility or communications center for checking incoming teletypewriter signals.
(computer science)
Input-output device, capable of receiving coded signals from the computer, which automatically operates the keyboard to print a hard copy and, when desired, to punch paper tape.
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Users can monitor printer status, such as error messages, paper empty, toner empty and paper jam alerts.
True area, shape, volume, offset and height measurements are provided in combination, providing genuine yield enhancing process control and a tool to tune and monitor printer settings before a problem spreads throughout an entire production run.
Operators can remotely configure and update a single printer or an entire team of printers, monitor printer status and setup real-time printer alerts to best ensure maximum productivity.
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