Simplistic Integration

The Jetmobile MicrDIMM Pro kit for HP LaserJet's provide a MICR tool set internal to the LaserJet printer components. The kit contains a number of logic functions and fonts as outlined in the features above. These features are accessed from your host software application to insure industry standard MICR print quality and to protect against fraudulent access to the resident MICR font with some operational control to prevent against unregistered duplicates in the output tray. The printer can function as a normal LaserJet to handle non-MICR applications and can be fitted with any of the accessory options available from HP.

"MICR mode" is activated within the printer by a proprietary escape sequence embedded into the beginning of your data stream. "MICR mode" once activated will look for the installation of MICR toner (level III and IV only). If standard toner is present the panel will indicate "NO MICR Toner", simply replace the standard cartridge with the MICR cartridge and continue. The "MICR mode" operation will automatically set printer density variables to insure the best MICR font reproduction and change your printer operation to process the MICR encoded documents. The resident MICR font is addressed similarly to calling any other printer resident font, via an escape sequence embedded into your data prior to the MICR print information.

Optional password and control panel lock features can be set up at the beginning of the data stream to further protect against unauthorized access to the resident MICR font. For further information on the use of the "MICR mode" features, contact us at support@marinter.com

The greatest benefit is gained by re-engineering cheque applications to print onto blank pre-coloured stationery.  The "MICR Enabled" LaserJet is capable of reproducing text, graphics and MICR fonts within a single print pass.

Electronic Form products available from a number of vendors, likely to already exist within your current architecture, can be utilized to create the body of the form. The form body can contain boxes, lines, halftone shading, logos, fixed text and signatures. Mainstream electronic form software packages will provide for the merging of your client specific or variable text, originating from your admin system or database, to be mapped into the form for processing. The formatted output will enable "MICR mode" within the LaserJet utilizing the standard LaserJet functions to produce the body of the form whilst accessing the "MICR mode".

What do I need to do?

  1. Establish your printing requirements; centralized and decentralized.

  2. Rationalize your form requirements; number of different form types, ancillary forms to be collated with MICR forms and locations to be printed.

  3. Work with your form supplier to re-engineer your requirements  APCA standards and to create common stock for multiple applications.

  4. Assess your printer requirements; peak or daily throughput requirement, number of paper trays required and connectivity options.

  5. Contact your local HP Dealer/Reseller to obtain information relevant to your printer needs.

  6. Contact Marinter Systems to insure your implementation and individual needs are being addressed.

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Contact Information

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P.O. Box 393 Riverwood NSW 2210, Australia

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sales@marinter.com 

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