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    Setting Up Wireless Printer

    In selecting a new printer you might get encountered by the murky situation of selecting the type of it . Wireless printers are becoming popular day by day because they are easy to share.They can reside anywhere within the reach of WiFi signals. If you are armed with the details of the wireless network then your wireless printer installations will run smoothly.Here are some tips for the installation of wireless network.

    1.Automated Installation :-

    All those printers who are equipped with the LCD control panel usually configure the wireless connection directly from them.When you will select your network and enter the password then it will detect networks within the range.

    2.Manual Installation :-

    For installing the printer manually here are some necessary information you must need to know.

    Each network resource like printer has an IP address. And by default your router (server) generally assigns the IP address by the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).Read more......



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    I bought a wireless printer a fw months back, still haven't set it up to be wireless. Just wondering, do you know how much power a inkjet printer uses on standby mode for waiting to receive prints? Guess with the wireless it has to keep making sure it is connected to the router.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav View Post
    I bought a wireless printer a fw months back, still haven't set it up to be wireless. Just wondering, do you know how much power a inkjet printer uses on standby mode for waiting to receive prints? Guess with the wireless it has to keep making sure it is connected to the router.
    Generally printer uses about 1 to 5 watts in standby mode but these numbers can change, There are several printers available which can save your power consumption over time. Hope this help,You can find several tips on various IT products on our Trendsetter Blog.
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