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How to Identify Your Printer's Embedded Solutions Framework Version

Document ID:HO3859

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10/01/12 Properties  

Solution

eSF versions by printer model

Embedded solutions framework (eSF) defines and identifies the software architecture for differing product generations. Generational differences in this framework can mean changes to an app's navigation, configuration, features and capability.

 eSF version 1 (eSFv1)  eSF version 2 (eSFv2)  eSF version 3 (eSFv3)  eSF version 4 (eSFv4) eSF version 5 (eSFv5)

X644
X646
X772
X782
X850
X852
X854
X940
X945

(e-Task 2)

X463
X464
X466
X651
X652
X654
X656
X658
X734
X736
X738
X860
X862
X864
T656

(e-Task 2+)

X548
X746
X748
X792
X925
X950
X952
X954
C748
C792
C925
C950
6500e scanner option

(e-Task 3)

MX610
MX611
MX710
MX711
MX810
MX811
MX812
MX910
MX911
MX912
CX510
MX410
MX510
MX511
CX410
MS812
MS610
CS510
MS810
MS911
MX6500e scanner option

(e-Task 4)

CS72x
CX725
CS820
CX820
CX825
CX860

(e-Task5)

 

 

Where is "eSF" usually referenced? 

  • Application flash files, for example, IdleScreen_e4-3.11.0.fls, e4 represents eSF v4.x printers
  • Administrator's Guides, for example, "This setting is compatible with eTask2+, eTask3, and eTask4 frameworks."
  • User Guides, for example, "The Set up Scan to Network feature is available for use to eSF v4.x printers only."

 

 

Alternative method for identifying eSF version

You can print a Menu Settings page and look under Embedded Solutions.  

Or, you can view Reports > Device Settings via the embedded Web server (EWS):   

  1. Enter the IP Address into the Internet browser's URL field; e.g., http://IP_Address, where IP_Address is the TCP/IP address of the printer.
  2. Click Reports.
  3. Click Device Settings.
  4. Scroll down the page until you see Embedded Solutions (usually found near the bottom).
  5. Take note of the version next to Framework.

X548 MFP (eSF version 3) example:
 

 

 

Obtaining TCP/IP address

Read this only if you do not know how to identify your printer's IP address.

General steps for accessing the TCP/IP address from the control panel:

  1. Tap Menus button.
  2. Tap Network/Ports.
  3. Tap Std Network.
  4. Tap Std. Net Setup.
  5. Tap TCP/IP.
  6. Tap IP Address.
  7. Take note of the IP address.

Note: The Menus button in this example may not exist on your model and Std. Network may be read Network 1 if a network option card is active on your printer.

Optionally, you can print a network settings page to obtain the TCP/IP address.



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