- USB Printer Class Specification - USB.org
USB Device Class Definition for Printing Devices. Page ii. Version 1.0.
Contributors. Axiohn IPB. Kevin Butler. Kevin.Butler@axiohm.com. Canon.
Sadahiko Sano firstname.lastname@example.org. Canon. Naoki Shimada shimada@cbs.
- Printer Device Classes - hp's Developer Portal
Common printers are divided into different device classes. Each device class
shares common printer attributes such as print modes and paper sizes. HPIJS
will automatically map the DeviceModel parameter to one of the devices classes.developers.hp.com/hp-linux...printing/.../device_classes
- USB Printer Device Class - Xmos
The code associated with this application note provides an example of using the
XMOS USB Device Library. (XUD) and associated USB class descriptors to
provide a framework for the creation of a USB printer device. The printer
- emUSB-Host Printer Class | SEGGER - The Embedded Experts
The USB class protocol for printers was defined for the handling of output devices
, like printers and plotters. A printer connected to emUSB-Host is automatically
configured. The implementation of the printer class forwards the print data to a ...www.segger.com > ... > emUSB-Host > Add-Ons
- Printer (JavaFX 8) - Oracle Help Center
A read only object property representing the current default printer. Nested Class
Summary. Nested Classes. Modifier and Type, Class and Description.docs.oracle.com/javase/8/javafx/api/.../Printer.html
- Setting Up Printer Classes (System Administration Guide, Volume 2)
Setting Up Printer Classes. The print service enables you to group several locally
attached printers into one class. You can perform this task only by using the
lpadmin -c command. When you have set up a printer class, users can then
- USB Device Printer Class Driver User Guide - HCC Embedded
The printer class driver is used for connecting printers over a USB link to a host
system. The usbd_cd_printer package is a function device implementation of this
class. The system structure is shown in the diagram below: On the ...www.hcc-embedded.com/.../HCC-USB-Device-Printer-...
- AN1233, USB Printer Class on an Embedded Host - Microchip ...
It does not define the actual commands used to control the printers. The USB
Printer Class, like all other USB classes, utilizes Endpoint 0 for control transfers to
and from the host. In ...ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/AppNotes/01233a.pdf
- USB Printer Class(Client, not Host)
Then, CDC is better than printer class. CDC device exposes a virtual COM port
on your PC. And then, you don't need to write any new PC application for the
public class Printer; extends java.lang.Object. This class leverages the use of the
Java reflection classes to pretty-print the values of an arbitrary object. It includes
the values of user-defined fields, but does not extend to fields inherited from ...www2.ccs.neu.edu/javalib/World/Docs/.../Printer.html