We’re always on the lookout for Airprint printers that are affordable so we can show you options you can utilize for your clinics.
What’s in the Box:
Setting Up Airprint for Canon TS 3160:
Step 1: Download the Canon Print app from the Apple AppStore
Step 2: On the Printer, press and hold the Wireless button for 3-4 seconds then let go
Step 3: On your iOS device, open Settings and go to Wi-fi. You should see Canon_ij_xxxxxxx there. Select and connect to it. Wait for it to connect.
Step 4: Open the Canon Print app on your iPad/iPhone. You will see the SSID name there to verify that you are connected to the printer. Press the “If Printer Cannot be Found” button
Step 5: Follow the steps.
Check “Confirm that you pressed the button for 3 seconds”
Select your Wifi network. Connect the printer to it by entering the password. Make sure the password is correct or you’ll have to do all the steps again
Once you have entered the password, give the printer time to connect
Once it has connected, you will see this icon here. It means the printer is connected to the wifi network
That’s it, you can now connect your iPad or iPhone back to the wifi. Then try to print with SeriousMD. You can now print wirelessly.
Open the SeriousMD app
Print a Note or prescription
You will see this popup, press Print
Select the Printer
Canon Printer Paper Size Detection
You might notice that the Airprint printer can detect the paper size and sometimes, it can be wrong.
We suggest disabling that to give you control of the paper size.
Step 1: Open the Canon App. Go to the Printer’s settings and you’ll see this pop up
Step 2: Tap Printer Information
Step 3: You will be asked for a password. Look at the back of your printer for the Serial number. Type that as the password
Step 4: You will now be logged in. You will see this. Tap on Device Settings
Step 5: Uncheck “Detect paper setting mismatch” and save
Step 6: Go back to your iPad or iPhone, you will notice that the paper size is now gone.
We suggest using a half small bond paper (or half a4 or the back of your prescription pad) then putting it horizontally like this when printing using the iOS app via Airprint