HP deskjet 610C with microcontroller

HP deskjet 610C with microcontroller

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Posted by Ashish Patel on April 17, 2000 at 21:18:50:

We are manufacturer of microcontroller based medical products. We are
interested in connecting HP deskjet 610C with microcontroller for
recording of body movement in graphical form on plain paper like Cardiogram. Our
estimate shows about 20 minute recording on one A4 paper through inkjet
with 300 dpi econofast resolution.

We had downloaded PCL commands from HP's site but it lakes description
for complex commands like Horizontal and vertical motion index as well as
raster configuration and graphic compensation. We also need how to represent
graphical data. I am attaching a text file shows output of HP610C driver
through WIN95 OS for famous paint program output for a line of 5 cms
long with 1 pixel width. I had highlighted the portion where we need help. If
you can provide such information, it will be very helpfull to us. Presently
we are generating report on 9 pin dot matrix on epson emulation. It is not
giving very good, professional output.

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