What is the JPEG printing and how can I use it?
- Only JPEG images can be printed. (Limited to files with the .jpg extension.)
- The maximum file size is 5 MB.
The maximum resolutions are as follows:
300 dpi: Height × Width = 3300 × 2400 dots
200 dpi: Height × Width = 2200 × 1600 dots
If these limits are exceeded, the data received by the printer will be discarded and not printed.
- Print is at 1 pixel = 1 dot.
- This printer performs binary processing (simple binary) to print the image.
- Printing begins in the upper-left corner of the paper
- The image is printed with the height-to-width proportion of the received data.
The IrOBEX protocol is used for printing via an IrDA connection.
The Bluetooth Basic Imaging Profile (BIP) is used for printing via a Bluetooth connection.
This printer will convert a color JPEG image to a ‘Black & White’ image using a dithering process.
When sending a JPEG image that is already "Black & White" this dithering process may make your printed image fuzzy.
To improve the image quality, try to turn off any preprocessing of the JPEG image.