Must be solid, level, and of sufficient size and strength to hold the printer with media.
The operating location for the printer must include enough space to open the printer (for media access and cleaning), and enable access to connectivity and power cords. Leave open space on all sides of the printer to allow for proper ventilation and cooling.
Do not place any padding or cushioning material under or around the base of the printer because this will restrict airflow and could cause the printer to overheat.
Situate the printer within easy access of a power outlet.
Data communication interfaces
Ensure that cabling and WiFi or Bluetooth radios do NOT exceed the maximum distance specified by the communication protocol standard or product data sheet for this printer. Radio signal strength can be reduced by physical barriers (objects, walls, etc.).
Cables should not be routed with or near power cords or conduits, fluorescent lighting, transformers, microwave ovens, motors or other sources of electrical noise and interference. These interference sources may cause problems with communications, host system operation, and printer functionality.
Your printer is designed to function in a wide range of environments.