Epson SureColor T3475

Productive and easy-to-use 24" workgroup inkjet printer. Wide-format wireless printer, offering powerful, precise printing within a compact, robust design. Ideal for high-production printing of blueprints, line drawings and posters up to 24", it delivers accurate, A1/D-size prints in as fast as 25 seconds1. Featuring a 4.3" color touchscreen, this easy-to-use printer also offers advanced network security and encryption designed to safeguard sensitive information.

Maximum Print Resolution: 2400 x 1200 dpi

Ink for Epson SureColor T3475

Ink Type: UltraChrome XD2 pigment ink; 4-color (C, M, Y, K)

Replacement Ink:

Ink Cartridge (110 ml)

  • Cyan T41W220
  • Magenta T41W320
  • Yellow T41W420
  • Black T41W520

Ink Cartridge (350 ml)
  • Cyan T41P220
  • Magenta T41P320
  • Yellow T41P420
  • Black T41P520

Ink Cartridge (700 ml)
  • Cyan T41N220
  • Magenta T41N320
  • Yellow T41N420
  • Black T41N520

Install Epson SureColor T3475 Ink Cartridges

  1. Connect the power cord to the printer and plug the other end into an outlet.
  2. Remove the protective film from the touchscreen.
  3. Press the ON button on the control panel to turn on the printer. Raise the control panel if necessary.
  4. Select your language on the LCD screen.
  5. Select the date and time.
  6. Follow the prompts to begin ink initialization.
  7. Open the ink cartridge cover.
  8. Gently shake one of the ink cartridges for about 10 seconds, then remove it from its packaging.
  9. Insert the cartridge into the slot for the corresponding color and push it in firmly.
  10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 for the remaining ink cartridges.
  11. Close the ink cartridge cover.
  12. The printer starts initializing the ink. This takes 20 to 30 minutes. The home screen appears when charging is complete.
  13. To load paper, select Paper Setting, then select your paper source and follow the on-screen instructions.

Epson SureColor T3475 Firmware

If your printer is connected to the Internet, you can update the product firmware using Web Config.

  1. Access Web Config and select Device Management - Firmware Update.
  2. Click Start to check for the latest firmware.
  3. If there is a firmware update, click Start to begin the update.

How to secure Epson SureColor T3475 printer

  1. Restricting Features Available for Users
  2. Changing the Administrator Password
  3. Locking the Settings
  4. Disabling the External Interface
  5. Configuring SSL/TLS Communication
  6. Configuring IPsec/IP Filtering
  7. Configuring SNMPv3 Protocol Settings