C.13.13 Printer Configuration Module

This Module describes Printer Configuration Information.

Table C.13-13PRINTER CONFIGURATION MODULE

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Printer Configuration Sequence (2000,001E) Contains printer configuration information for a single Application Entity title. See Print Management Service Class Structure in PS 3.4. The sequence shall contain one item for each physical printer/Meta SOP Class combination supported by the Application Entity title.
>SOP Classes Supported (0008,115A) The Meta-SOP Class and a list of optional SOP Classes supported. It shall contain one Meta SOP Class UID and 0-n optional SOP Class UIDs.
>Maximum Memory Allocation (2000,0061) Maximum number of kilobytes of memory that can be allocated for a Film Session. The value shall be 0 if Memory Allocation (2000,0060) is not supported.
>Memory Bit Depth (2000,00A0) The maximum number of bits for each pixel that can be stored in printer memory.
>Printing Bit Depth (2000,00A1) The number of bits used by the print engine for internal LUT calculation and printing of each pixel.
>Media Installed Sequence (2000,00A2) A sequence which specifies the combinations of Medium Type and Film Size IDs available in the printer at this time and the Min and Max Densities supported by these media. The Item Number with the value of 1 is the printer default. There is no significance to other item numbers. One item for each Medium Type and Film Size ID installed shall be included.
>>Item Number (0020,0019) A number that labels this item. Each item in the sequence shall have a unique number.
>>Medium Type (2000,0030) See C.13.1
>>Film Size ID (2010,0050) See C.13.3
>>Min Density (2010,0120) Minimum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>>Max Density (2010,0130) Maximum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>Other Media Available Sequence (2000,00A4) A sequence which specifies combinations of Medium Type and Film Size ID for which the printer will accept an N-CREATE of a Film Box, but are not physically installed in the printer at this time. It also specifies the Min and Max Densities supported by these media. User intervention may be required to instal these media in the printer. One item for each Medium Type and Film Size ID available, but not installed shall be included.
>>Medium Type (2000,0030) See C.13.1
>>Film Size ID (2010,0050) See C.13.3
>>Min Density (2010,0120) Minimum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>>Max Density (2010,0130) Maximum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>Supported Image Display Formats Sequence (2000,00A8) A sequence which specifies the Image Display Formats supported, rows and columns in Image Boxes for each format, pixel spacing, and whether Requested Image Size is supported as a function of Film Orientation, Film Size ID, and Printer Resolution ID. One item for each display format, film orientation, film size, and printer resolution combination shall be included.
>>Rows (0028,0010) Number of printable rows in an Image Box.
>>Columns (0028,0011) Number of printable columns in an Image Box
>>Image Display Format (2010,0010) See C.13.3
>>Film Orientation (2010,0040) See C.13.3
>>Film Size ID (2010,0050) See C.13.3
>>Printer Resolution ID (2010,0052) Printer Resolution identification. Defined Terms are the same as Requested Resolution ID (2020,0050). See C.13.3.
>>Printer Pixel Spacing (2010,0376) Physical distance on the printed film between the center of each pixel, specified by a numeric pair - adjacent row spacing (delimiter) adjacent column spacing in mm. See 10.7.1.3 for further explanation of the value order.
>>Requested Image Size Flag (2020,00A0) Indicates whether the printer supports Requested Image Size (2020,0030) for this display format and film orientation and size combination. Enumerated Values: NO = not supported YES = supported
>Default Printer Resolution ID (2010,0054) The printer's default resolution identification. Defined Terms are the same as Requested Resolution ID (2020,0050). See C.13.3.
>Default Magnification Type (2010,00A6) Printer's default magnification type. See C.13.3 for Defined Terms.
>Other Magnification Types Available (2010,00A7) Other magnification types available in the printer. See C.13.3 for Defined Terms.
>Default Smoothing Type (2010,00A8) Printer's default smoothing type. See C.13.3.
>Other Smoothing Types Available (2010,00A9) Other smoothing types available in the printer. See C.13.3.
>Configuration Information Description (2010,0152) A free form text description of Configuration Information (2010,0150) supported by the printer.
>Maximum Collated Films (2010,0154) The maximum number of films that can be collated for an N-ACTION of the Film Session. The value shall be 0 if N-ACTION of the Film Session is not supported.
>Decimate/Crop Result (2020,00A2) Indicates whether the printer will decimate or crop image pixels if the image rows or columns is greater than the available printable pixels in an Image Box. See C.13.5. Enumerated Values when the printer does not support Requested Decimate/Crop Behavior (2020,0040): DECIMATE = image will be decimated to fit. CROP = image will be cropped to fit. FAIL = N-SET of the Image Box will fail Enumerated Values when the printer supports Requested Decimate/Crop Behavior (2020,0040): DEF DECIMATE = image will be decimated to fit. DEF CROP = image will be cropped to fit DEF FAIL = N-SET of the Image Box will fail This value indicates the printer default if the SCU does not create or set Requested Decimate/Crop Behavior for the Image Box.