Epson Stylus Pro 9800

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ICC profiles that are included with the Stylus Pro 9800 are labeled by their acronyms. Is there a list that explains these acronyms and their definitions?
Profiles ending in MK are to be used when the Matte black ink is installed as the primary black, and PK is for Photo black.

Any profile ending in 250 is intended for the roll stock. These profiles are intended for use with any driver resolution available.

Note: These are examples of media acronyms.

Profile nameFor this media type
ARMP.iccArchival Matte Paper
EMP.iccEnhanced Matte Paper
PGP.iccPhoto Glossy Paper
PGPP.iccPremium Glossy Photo Paper
PLPP.iccPremium Luster Photo Paper
PPG.iccPhoto Paper (Glossy Photo Paper)
PPSmC.iccProofing Paper Commercial Semimatte
PQIJP.iccPhoto Quality Inkjet Paper
PSmPP.iccPremium Semimatte Photo Paper
PSP.iccPhoto Semigloss
PSPP.iccPremium Semigloss Photo Paper
SWMP.iccSingleWeight Matte Paper
TFAP.iccTextured Fine Art Paper
USFAP.iccUltraSmooth Fine Art Paper
VFAP.iccVelvet Fine Art Paper
WCRW.iccWatercolor Paper-Radiant White

Additional Profiles (these profiles are designed for use with a specific black ink type and resolution):

Matte Black Ink
EM MK 2880.iccEnhanced Matte
EVFA MK 2880.iccEpson Velvet Fine Art
PAWRC MK 1440.iccPremier Art Water Resistant Canvas (SP91221)

Photo Black Ink
PGPP250 PK 2880.iccPremium Glossy Photo Paper
PLPP PK 2880.iccPremium Luster Photo Paper
PLPP250 PK 2880.iccPremium Luster Photo Paper (roll)
PSMPP250 PK 2880.iccPremium Semimatte Photo Paper

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