Citizen CMP-10BT User`s manual

MOBILE THERMAL PRINTER
MODEL CMP-10
CMP-10BT
User’s Manual
Declaration of Conformity
This printer conforms to the following Standards:
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, 93/68/EEC, EMC Directive 89/336/EEC,
92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC.
LVD
: EN60950
EMC
: EN55022
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
EN55024
Class B
R&TTE: EN300328
This declaration is applied only for 230V model.
For Unites States
In order to comply with FCC radio-frequency radiation exposure guidance for
an uncontrolled exposure, this device and its antenna must not be co-located
or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
For Canada
Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
This installer of this radio equipment must ensure that the antenna is located
or pointed such that it does not emit RF field in excess of Health Canada limits
for the general population; consult Safety Code 6, obtainable from Health
Canada’s web site www.hc-sc.gc.ca/rpb
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
● Before using this product, be sure to read through this manual. After
having read this manual, keep it in a safe, readily accessible place for
future reference.
● The information contained herein is subject to change without prior
notice.
● Reproduction or transfer of part or all of this document in any means is
prohibited without permission from CITIZEN SYSTEMS.
● Note that CITIZEN SYSTEMS is not responsible for any operation results
regardless of missing, error, or misprinting in this manual.
● Note that CITIZEN SYSTEMS is not responsible for any trouble caused
as a result of using options or consumables that are not specified in
this manual.
● Except explained elsewhere in this manual, do not attempt to service,
disassemble or repair this product.
● Note that CITIZEN SYSTEMS is not responsible for any damage
attributable to incorrect operation/handling or improper operating
environments which are not specified in this manual.
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for damage or lost profit resulting from the loss of data caused by
accidents, repairs, tests or other occurrence.
● If you find loss of information, error, or uncertain matter, please contact
your CITIZEN SYSTEMS dealer.
● If you find any disordered or missing page (s), contact you CITIZEN
SYSTEMS dealer for replacement.
CITIZEN is a registered trade mark of CITIZEN WATCH CO., LTD., Japan.
CITIZEN es una marca registrada de CITIZEN WATCH CO., LTD., Japón.
ESC/POS is a trade mark of Seiko Epson Corporation.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
About Pictogram
Precautions and notices necessary to follow for preventing hazards to the user
or other person or their properties are defined as shown below. Hazards and
degrees of damage that may be caused by ignoring the instructions are
categorized as shown below. Please be familiar with the content of these
definitions before reading this manual.
Danger
Indicates the case that may result in
death or serious injury.
Warning
This symbol indicates that using the
product improperly in defiance of this
symbol may result in death or serious
injury.
Caution
This symbol indicates that using the
product improperly in defiance of this
symbol may result in injury or damage
to properties.
Definition of Pictogram
This symbol indicates the hazard that needs precautions.
This symbol indicates prohibited actions.
This symbol indicates mandatory actions.
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Precautions in Handling Printer
WARNING
● If the product is kept in use under abnormal condition such as
generation of heat, smoke, or abnormal odor, a fire may occur.
Immediately turn the printer power off, remove the battery,
and contact our service agent.
● If any foreign matter (metal tip, water, liquid) enters the product,
immediately turn the printer power OFF, remove the battery,
and contact our service agent. Ignoring this instruction may
result in a fire.
CAUTION
● Do not place the printer on a shaky table or other unbalanced
place. The printer may drop or fall resulting in injury.
● Avoid using or storing in the following place. Damage to printer
may be caused.
• In a car parked in a sunny place, a place exposed to direct
sunlight, near heat generating equipment, or the like.
• A place where temperature or humidity is excessively high
or low, or its change is radical.
• A dusty place.
• A place likely to get a splash of water or liquid.
● Never drop nor give strong shock or vibration. Fault or damage
may be caused.
● Avoid entry of foreign material. Otherwise, fault may occur.
● Do not use volatile liquid (thinner, benzine, etc.) or wet cloth
when cleaning the printer. Deterioration or discoloration may
occur. Use a dry, soft cloth for cleaning.
● Do not move the printer or give any shock or vibration to it
while the printer is in operation or in standby operation. The
printer power may be disconnected and the print data may be
lost.
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Precautions on Using Printer
WARNING
● Do not touch the print head or paper cutter while replacing
print paper. Heated print head may cause burn. The cutter
may cause injury to the hand.
CAUTION
● Use of print paper other than specified may result in not only
deteriorated print quality but shortened life of print head
(printing portion).
● Do not tap or rub the print head with edged or hard material.
● When dew condensation is present on the print head, dry it
completely before printing. Printing with dew condensation
may damage the print head.
● Do not use the battery other than specified.
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Precautions on Using Battery
DANGER
● Entering battery liquid may result in loss of eyesight.
Immediately wash eyes with fresh water and get medical care.
● Keep the following in mind when handling battery. Otherwise,
liquid leakage, heat generation, and explosion may result.
• Do not throw battery into fire or do not apply heat.
• Do not peel or scratch the external tube.
• Soldering is prohibited.
• Do not give strong shock to battery or throw it away.
• Do not short-circuit the positive and negative terminals with
a metal such as metal wire.
● Never disassemble or modify battery. Otherwise, liquid
leakage, heat generation, or explosion may occur.
WARNING
● If battery liquid attaches to skin or cloth, immediately wash it
out with fresh water. Otherwise, skin disorder may be caused.
CAUTION
● Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
● Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
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CAUTION
● Do not dip battery in water or sea water. Wet battery may
generate heat or may be subject to corrosion.
● Do not use or leave battery at high temperature. Using or
leaving battery in a place of high temperature may result in
liquid leakage, deteriorated performance, or shortened lifetime.
● Keep battery beyond the reach of a baby or child. Pay attention
not to let a child take out the battery.
● If the battery is used for the first time, be sure to charge it
completely before use.
● If any abnormality is found while the battery is in use, stop the
operation and carry the battery in local sales agent.
● The battery in the printer is shipped partially charged. Please
fully charge the battery prior to using the printer.
Carry used battery in recycling agent.
Precautions on Setting Print Paper
CAUTION
● Before printing, confirm that print paper is set straight forward
at the exit from the print (thermal) head. Skewed setting may
result in paper jamming.
● To prevent skewed insertion of paper, use the following form
for the end of paper.
OK
NG
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NG
NG
Precautions on Using Thermal Paper (Print Paper)
CAUTION
● Print density may change with the kind of print paper. Print
density is adjusted by the Print Density Set command in
Command Reference. For details, refer to Command Reference
(Separate sheets).
● Observe the following when using thermal paper. Thermal
paper is not resistant to discoloration, deterioration in quality,
and thin printing.
• Do not let printed thermal paper exposed to light for a long
time.
• Avoid exposure to high temperature, humidity, liquid, or
sunlight.
• When keeping the printer thermal paper on a board, do not
use paste, adhesive, or adhesive tape containing volatile
organic solvent.
• For long-time storage, use thermal paper of high storage
type or copy it with plain paper copier.
• Avoid contact with a film of vinyl chloride for a long time.
• Avoid using ammonia. Do not put thermal paper near the
paper copied by use of ammonia.
• Avoid putting sweat or grease from your hands on the
surface (printed or to be printed) of thermal paper.
• Store thermal paper in a dark place with average temperature
below 25°C and relative humidity below 65% .
● Using print paper with a thickness outside the recommended
range may cause improper print quality.
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Precautions on Using Special Serial Cable
WARNING
● With one side of the connector connected to this product, do
not touch the metal part of the other connector.
CAUTION
● Static electricity may cause breakdown of internal circuit of
this product.
● Do not leave this product with a cable wound around it for a
long time. Disconnection or discoloration may result.
● Plugging and unplugging the contactor shall be done securely
in the correct direction.
Precautions on Using AC Adapter
CAUTION
● Do not use the product at a voltage and frequency other than
specified.
● Do not use AC adapter other than specified.
● Before use, confirm that the power receptacle has sufficient
capacity.
● Do not connect to the power receptacle where multiple
connections are used.
● Do not step on, tap, or put any object, on the cable of the AC
adapter.
● Before connecting or disconnecting AC adapter, turn the printer
power OFF. Do the operation securely.
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THE TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ...........................................................11
1.1 Features .......................................................................... 11
1.2 Included and Optional Accessories .............................. 12
1.3 Type Classification ......................................................... 12
2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................ 13
3. EXPLANATION OF PRINTER PARTS ............................ 16
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
LED Indicators ................................................................ 16
Communication Port and Switch .................................. 17
Inside of Paper Cover ..................................................... 18
Buzzer .............................................................................. 18
Bottom Surface and Battery Cover ............................... 19
Dimensions and Views .................................................. 20
4. OPERATION .................................................................. 21
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Replacing the Paper Roll ............................................... 21
Method of Charging ....................................................... 22
Communication by IrDA ................................................ 23
Communication Via Serial Port (Cable) ........................ 24
Communication by Bluetooth ....................................... 25
Reading Mag Stripe Card (Only Model with
Built-in Mag Stripe Card Reader) .................................. 25
4.7 Removing the Battery Pack ........................................... 26
4.8 Installing the Battery Pack ............................................. 27
4.9 DIP Switch Setting ......................................................... 28
4.10 Setup menu function (Firmware after Ver 2.20EN) .. 29
5. FUNCTION ....................................................................31
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Auto Power OFF .............................................................
Interface Selection .........................................................
Low Battery Detection ...................................................
Monitoring the Print Head Overheating .......................
Self Testing and Internal Settings .................................
Print Area ........................................................................
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32
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32
6. LIST OF COMMANDS .................................................. 33
7. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE ................................... 35
8. APPENDIX
HANDLING BELT CLIP KIT ............................................ 36
8.1 How to Mount Belt Clip ................................................. 36
8.2 Mounting Rubber Feet ................................................... 36
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1. INTRODUCTION
CMP-10 is a compact, full featured portable line thermal printer, which
can be used in a large variety of job environments ranging from doorto-door sales through small and mid-sized catering establishments,
car-rentals, parking lots, field services to on-board sales on land, sea
and air.
IrDA/Bluetooth communication with a PDA or similar device is useful
for business activities at the point of sale or service.
Easily worn on the belt it is a highly efficient device for printing plain
text and graphic receipts on demand plus logos, bar codes and other
graphic elements.
1.1 Features
● Small and lightweight.
● High speed and low noise emission of the line thermal printing
mechanism.
● Long-life printing head with high reliability.
● Easy paper-handling, owing to the paper-drop-in style.
● The large-capacity Lithium-ion rechargeable battery allows an
extensive amount of printing with a single charge.
● Built-in IrDA.
● Built-in Bluetooth function. (CMP-10BT)
● Built-in mag stripe card reader. (Option)
● Choice of paper-roll diameters – Max. 40 or 50 mm.
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1.2 Included and Optional Accessories
When unpacking the package, confirm the availability of:
● Printer unit:
● Sample paper roll:
● AC adapter:
● User’s manual:
1 piece
1 roll
1 piece
1 copy
E (European) model
● Belt clip kit
1 set
(Belt clip, 2 × screws, 2 × rubber feet)
Please refer to the Appendix for how to mount belt clip and rubber
feet.
Optional Accessory for European model: Serial Cable CA10-01
U (North America) model
● Serial Cable CA10-01
1.3 Type Classification
Classified by the following designation.
CMP-10BT - U 5 M
Magnetic stripe reader
None: Without reader
M: With reader
Diameter of paper roll in stock (Paper cover)
5: Max φ50 mm
4: Max φ40 mm
Destination (AC adapter and characters)
E: For Europe etc.
J: For Japan
U: For North America
Model
CMP-10: Standard model
CMP-10BT: Built-in Bluetooth model
This user’s manual is compiled for E/U destination model.
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2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Feature
Printing system
Parameters
Direct thermal printing
Printing speed
50 mm/sec
Printing head
Total dots: 384
Dot density: 8 dots/mm
Printing width: 48 mm
Emulation
ESC/POS commands plus extra commands for
specific printer features
Characters
ASCII Code, Alphanumeric characters,
International characters, Windows Code page
Characters per line
FONT A: 32 characters/line, FONT B: 42 characters/line
Dot matrix
FONT A: 12H × 24V, FONT B: 9H × 16V
Bar code type
UPC-A/E, JAN(EAN)13/8 columns, ITF,
CODE39, CODE128, CODABAR, CODE93
Paper feed system
Friction feed
Paper width
58 ±0.5 mm
Paper thickness
60 - 65 µm
Recommended paper
TF50-KS-E2D (Nippon Paper)
Paper roll maximum diameter
40 mm (CMP-10-×4), 50 mm (CMP-10-×5)
Minimum core diameter
8 mm
Interfaces
IrDA version 1.0
Bluetooth version 1.2
Serial interface (by serial cable - option)
IrDA interface
Mode: Infrared transceiver mode
Transport wave: Wave length - 850 to 900 nm
Communication speed: 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,
115200 bps
Data length: 8 bits
Start bit: 1 bit
Stop bit: 1 bit
Parity: none
Communication: Half duplex
Flow control: IrDA standard
Communication distance: Max. 80 cm
Supported protocol: IrComm 3 wire raw/IrLPT/
IrLMP/IrLAP
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Feature
Bluetooth interface
(CMP-10BT only)
Parameters
Transfer method: Bluetooth 1.2 compliant
Frequency: 2.4 GHz
Modulation method: FH method (Frequency
hopping spectrum diffusion method)
Hypothetical interference distance: 10 m
Transfer rate: 723.2k/57.6k bps (Transfer rate
between Bluetooth module only)
The communication speed between Bluetooth and
the printer is 115.2kbps.
Transfer capacity: Up to +4 dBm (Class 2 & Class 3)
Coding: 128 bit
Security level: Link
Standard PIN specification: Prepared (16 digits)
PIN code: Lower 4 digits of the BD address
Profile: Serial Port Profile
Serial interface
Speed: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,
115200 bps
Interface: Bidirectional serial communication
Signal level: RS-232C
Data lenght: 8 bits
Start bit: 1 bit
Stop bit: 1 bit
Parity: None
Flow control: Xon/Xoff
Connector: Motorola Star Tac
Input buffer
64 KB
Mag stripe reader
Track 1, 2, 3
LED color
Power LED: GREEN and RED
Charge LED: GREEN and RED
Operation switches
Power switch 1, LF switch 1
Sensors and error monitoring
Paper end sensor, Open cover sensor,
Head temperature, Low battery
Power consumption
Idle - approximately 2W
When printing - approximately 15W
Battery
Battery type: Li-ion battery pack
Cell Voltage: 3.7 V
Number of cells: 2
Battery pack voltage: 7.4 V
Battery pack capacity: 2000 mAh
Battery charging time
Approximately 3 hours by main unit + AC adapter
Maximum lines printed with
fully charged battery
30,000 lines
(At temperature 20°C, standard setting,
alphanumeric slide pattern printing. The number of
lines may be changed by such condition as
temperature, etc.)
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Feature
Power supply monitoring
Parameters
Auto Power OFF (programmable - from 1 to 60 min.)
Low battery monitoring included.
AC adapter
Model: 10AD-JU (for Japan, USA, and Canada)
10AD-E (Europe)
Input voltage 90 V - 264 V AC
Output voltage 9.0 V DC 1.0 A
Operating environment
Temperature: 5 – 40°C
Humidity: 35 – 80% RH (No dew condensation)
Storage environment
Temperature: –20 – 60°C
Humidity: 10 – 90% RH (No dew condensation)
Reliability
Print head: 100,000,000 pulses or 50km
(Normal temperature, 12.5% density, rated energy)
Mechanism: 15,000,000 lines
Safety standard and EMI
UL, c-UL, TUV, GS, PSE (AC Adapter only)
VccI B, CE Marking, Fcc B
Dimensions
116 (W) × 104 (D) × 63 (H) mm
(50 mm paper cover + Mag stripe reader)
Weight
Approx. 370 g (with battery and belt clip without
paper)
Options
Serial Cable, Mag Stripe card reader (Factory option)
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3. EXPLANATION OF PRINTER PARTS
(8)
(3)
(9)
(1)
(5)
(4)
(7)
(2)
(6)
3.1 LED Indicators
(1) Charge LED
RED on: Battery is charging
GREEN on: Battery is Fully charged
(2) Power (Error) LED
GREEN on: Lights when printer is powered ON.
RED/GREEN blinks fast: No paper or cover open.
RED/GREEN blinks slow: Print head is overheated or macro is in
process and awaiting LF switch operation.
Red on: Lights red under the following condition.
• When LF switch is pressed
• When waiting for reading mag stripe card (When card reading
is finished or after 10 seconds, it lights green.)
• While pressing and holding the Power switch to turn the printer
off (When releasing the switch after the LED changes to green,
the printer power is turned OFF.)
The LED will light red momentary at the time of IrDA
communication.
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3.2 Communication Port and Switch
(3) IrDA interface unit
Receives data from host and transmits printer status.
For communication with IrDA communication, refer to 4.3.
(4) Serial port
For serial cable (option) connection to host.
For the method of communication with cable and connecting
cable, refer to 4.4.
(5) Power switch (ON/OFF)
Press and hold the Power switch for 1 second to turn the printer
power ON.
To turn OFF the printer, press and hold the Power switch till the
Power LED changes from red to green.
(6) Line feed switch (LF)
Press once for 1 line paper feed.
Press down and hold for continuous paper feed to any required
length.
If print data still remains in the printer when printing is suspended
due to no paper or the like, recover the printable condition and
then press this switch to resume printing.
(7) Open cover switch
Press down to open the paper cover (9) for replacing the paper
roll.
(8) Manual cutter
To cut the printed paper, gently pull the paper from the edge of
the paper at the angle so that paper firmly contacts the manual
cutter.
Improper direction of pull may result in poor cutting or excessive
unwinding of paper, or opening the cover. In some case, characters
may be destroyed at the first printing after the paper is cut.
(9) Paper cover
Set print paper inside this cover.
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3.3 Inside of Paper Cover
(10)
(11)
(10) Paper feed roller
Feeds paper through the printing mechanism.
(11) Printing (thermal) head
Records print data on the thermal paper.
3.4 Buzzer
The built-in buzzer sounds in the following cases.
When low battery is detected (sounds 3 times)
When magnetic card was successfully read (sounds once)
When buzzer command is sent (the number of sounding times is
controllable)
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3.5 Bottom Surface and Battery Cover
(12)
(14)
(13)
(12) Belt clip
Attaches to the printer on your belt.
(Not installed at the time of shipment. To use the belt clip, please
install the belt clip by yourself.)
(13) Strap holder
Metals for holding a strap.
(The strap shall be prepared by the user.)
(14) Groove for rubber foot
If you want to use rubber feet for stationary use, attach rubber
feet here.
(15)
(15) Battery cover
Cover of battery compartment
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3.6 Dimensions and Views
(Unit: mm)
DC Jack
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4. OPERATION
4.1 Replacing the Paper Roll
Press Cover Open switch (1).
Open Paper Cover (2).
Place the new paper roll as shown on illustration and pull out enough
paper to reach the control panel of the printer (3).
Close the Paper Cover.
If data to be printed still exists, press the LF switch to resume printing.
(2)
(3)
(1)
CAUTION!
Be sure to use specified thermal paper rolls!
Make sure that the paper is correctly placed.
If print paper is tilted in one direction or another and does not come out straight
from under the cover, open the cover and set the paper roll again.
WARNING
When the paper cover is open, use care not to touch the print head or manual
cutter. Burn or cutting hand may result.
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4.2 Method of Charging
If any of the following conditions occur, charging the battery is required.
• “Low Battery” is printed.
• The buzzer sounds 3 times.
To charge the battery, plug the connector of the AC adapter to the DC
jack of the printer and the AC adapter to the AC outlet. The charge LED
lights red. If the LED changes to green, charging has completed.
In case of a trouble while charging the battery, the charge is suspended
with blinking of charge LED in red. Try unplugging and plugging AC
adapter, then charge should resume and charge LED changes to
continue to light red.
CAUTION!
Charge the battery at room temperature (5 - 35°C).
After completion of battery charging, do not try recharging. Battery
performance may be deteriorated.
If printer is kept used with recharging battery, the life of battery may be
shortened.
When the battery is used in a cold environment, the operation time may be
shortened.
If the operation time is excessively shortened even after full charging, battery
life may be assumed.
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4.3 Communication by IrDA
For IrDA communication, DIP switch setting needs to be set for IrDA.
Set the infrared port of the device to face straight to the printer’s infrared
port.
Communication is available in the range of 15° up, down, left, and
right.
Avoid blocking between the printer and the device to be connected.
Otherwise, data may not be sent correctly.
Max. length 80 cm
The IrDA beam
Left, Right, Top,
Bottom 15°
CAUTION!
• Communication in a place exposed to strong light such as direct sunlight
and fluorescent lighting may fail in receiving correct data.
• Communication may fail in receiving correct data after leaving the printer
unused for a long time in other than storage temperature.
• The range of communication may differ depending on the device used or
the environmental condition.
(Communication may be disabled even within the range given in the
specification.)
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4.4 Communication Via Serial Port (Cable)
For communication via serial (RS-232C) interface, use Citizen CA10-01
serial cable.
When the printer is OFF, open the serial port rubber cover and while
holding the connector with the “PUSH” sign facing upward, gently
insert the connector into the serial port.
Connect the other end of the cable to the device to be connected.
To disconnect serial cable from the printer firmly press “PUSH” sign
on the connector and remove it from the serial port.
Push serial port rubber cover back into the serial port till it fits in firmly.
CAUTION!
If the cable is connected with Power ON, turn the Power OFF once and then
turn the Power ON again to activate the connection with serial cable.
Set the flow control setting of the device to be connected to Xon/Xoff. In
case of hardware control (DTR/DSR control), the Power switch may become
disabled.
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4.5 Communication by Bluetooth
For the Bluetooth communication, it is necessary to choose CMP-10BT
and set the DIP switches for Bluetooth.
As built-in Bluetooth module supports Serial Port Profile, host machine
needs to communicate with CMP-10BT based on serial port profile.
Please refer to the software manual of the host machine for the details.
When CMP-10BT connects through the Bluetooth interface, the host
machine may require a pin code. The last 4 characters of the Bluetooth
Address that prints on the printer self test are the pin code that should
be entered in to the host machine.
4.6 Reading Mag Stripe Card (Only Model with Built-in Mag Stripe Card Reader)
To read the mag stripe card, it is necessary to send a special command
to the printer.
For the command, refer to Command Reference supplied separately.
If mag stripe card command is entered, Power LED lights red.
While the Power LED continues to light for 10 seconds, swipe the card
be read during that time.
If 10 seconds has passed or reading is completed, the printer returns
to normal mode.
Slide the card with the magstriped surface down to pass the magstripe
over the reader part.
When reading has completed, buzzer sounds momentarily and Power
LED changes to green.
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4.7 Removing the Battery Pack
1. Set the printer Power switch to OFF and unplug the AC adapter
from printer.
2. Remove the battery cover by (1) pressing the battery cover as shown
in the figure, lift it upward.
(1)
3. Remove cover as shown in the illustration.
4. Remove battery pack from compartment and disconnect battery
connector from main unit.
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4.8 Installing the Battery Pack
1. Insert the battery connector to the connector of the printer.
2. Insert the battery connecting cable into the opening above the
battery connector.
Confirm that the battery connector is seated deeply.
3. Insert the battery into its compartment.
4. Place battery cover back by sliding it from the back of the printer.
Battery Connector
CAUTION!
Be sure to place the battery cover firmly in its position after installing the
new battery pack!
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4.9 DIP Switch Setting
Either Bluetooth or IrDA function of CMP-10BT have to be chosen by
DIP switches.
DIP switches are located under the battery.
Function allocation of DIP switch is as follows.
Bluetooth
IrDA
No. 1
ON
No. 2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
*
* Default setting of CMP-10BT
There are no “No. 1”, “No. 2”, “ON” or “OFF” signs on actual case
like the above drawing.
Standard CMP-10 does not have Bluetooth function and has no DIP
switches.
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4.10 Setup menu function (Firmware after Ver 2.20EN)
Make sure the printer power is off. Press ON/OFF switch and keep
pressed for about 5 seconds until .LED is changed to red and leave the
switch. Then buzzer beeps and printer prints current setting and goes
to setup menu as follows.
Example
DISCOVERABILITY:
YES
PAIRING INFO SAVING:
YES
MEMORY SWITCHES:
00000000
BAUD RATE:
9600
POWER OFF TIME:
10 min
PRINT DENSITY:
100%
MAX IrDA SPEED 57600: NO
SETUP MENU
<ON/OFF> - NO, <LF> - YES
CHANGE DISCOVERABILITY ?
The setting can be done by choosing NO (ON/OFF switch) or YES
(LF switch) against coming up questions .
During the menu setting, if YES is chosen somewhere, following
question comes up at the end of setup menu
SAVE SETTINGS ?
If you want to save the changed setting, choose YES here and if not,
choose NO.
If YES is not chosen, the new setting will not be effective.
Setup menu ends with Power off in any case.
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The list of choice in the setup menu
Top question items
(Bold items is default value.)
Additional questions
YES (ON/OFF Switch)
NO (LF Switch)
CHANGE DISCOVERABILITY ? SET DISCOVERABILITY
ON ?
Discoverability ON
Discoverability OFF
CHANGE PAIRING INFO SAVING ? PAIRING INFO SAVING
ON ?
Enable Pairing Info Saving
Disable Pairing Info Saving
CHANGE MEMORY SWITCHES ?
(See the table below)
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
SET
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
Memory
CHANGE BAUD RATE ?
1200 bps ?
2400 bps ?
4800 bps ?
9600 bps ?
19200 bps?
38400 bps?
57600 bps?
115200 bps?
Baud rate 1200 bps
Baud rate 2400 bps
Baud rate 4800 bps
Baud rate 9600 bps
Baud rate 19200 bps
Baud rate 38400 bps
Baud rate 57600 bps
Baud rate 115200 bps
Not choose this baud rate
CHANGE AUTO POWER OFF
TIME ?
5 min ?
10 min ?
15 min ?
20 min ?
25 min ?
30 min ?
45 min ?
60 min ?
Auto power off 5 min
Auto power off 10 min
Auto power off 15 min
Auto power off 20 min
Auto power off 25 min
Auto power off 30 min
Auto power off 45 min
Auto power off 60 min
Not choose this time length
CHANGE PRINT DENSITY ?
70 % ?
80 % ?
90 % ?
100 % ?
120 % ?
150 % ?
70 % density
80 % density
90 % density
100 % density
120 % density
150 % density
Not choose this density
CHANGE IrDA MAX SPEED ?
LIMIT SPEED TO 57600 bps ? IrDA Max speed 57600 bps IrDA Max speed 115200 bps
SWITCH
SWITCH
SWITCH
SWITCH
SWITCH
SWITCH
SWITCH
SWITCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
"CHANGE DISCOVERABILITY ?" and "CHANGE PAIRING INFO SAVING ?" are shown when Bluetooth function
is available.
Memory switches
Item
OFF(0)
With slash
ON(1)
1
Shape of zero
2
CR code
Ignored
Works as LF
3
Default font
Font A
Font B
4
Print “Low Battery”
Valid
Invalid
5
Auto Status Back
Invalid
Valid
6
Not defined
-
-
7
IrDA Protocol
Valid
Invalid
(Not recommended)
8
No use
-
-
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No slash
5. FUNCTION
5.1 Auto Power OFF
Power is automatically cut off after a specified period of time, during
which no command is sent to the printer and the LF switch has not
been pressed.
The default setting of this time duration is 10 minutes, however, the
period can be custom set by the user with a special command to the
printer. (see Command Reference List)
The behavior of the printer at the operation of Auto Power OFF is the
same as that when power is turned OFF by the Power switch.
5.2 Interface Selection
The interface is automatically selected depending on the presence or
absence of connection to the serial port with a serial cable connector.
● At POWER ON, no cable is connected, the IrDA/Bluetooth interface
is selected.
● At POWER ON, the cable is connected, the Serial interface is selected.
CAUTION!
If cable is connected with printer power ON, selecting IrDA/Bluetooth interface
remains valid. If you want to use the serial interface, turn the printer power
OFF once, connect the serial cable, and then turn the printer power ON again.
5.3 Low Battery Detection
Battery charge level is monitored at Power ON, before paper feeding,
and before printing.
When the buzzer sounds three times or “Low Battery” is printed,
immediately charge the battery.
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5.4 Monitoring the Print Head Overheating
If the temperature exceeds 65°C for some reason, the printer
automatically stops printing with Power LED indication of “Error” to
protect the print head.
If the head temperature returns to 60°C or below, the printer is ready
for printing.
5.5 Self Testing and Internal Settings
● Keep the LF switch pressed down.
● Press the ON/OFF switch down.
● Release the ON/OFF switch.
● Release the LF switch.
Immediately after releasing the LF switch the printer will print out a
SELF TEST report.
At the end of the report, density, auto-power off time, head temperature,
battery output voltage, communication mode, baud rate (for serial
communication) are printed.
The number of marks * in the parentheses aside battery output voltage
shows a level of battery charge in 5 steps.
5.6 Print Area
4 mm
Paper width - 58 mm
Print area - 48 mm
Print area
Thermal paper
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6 mm
6. LIST OF COMMANDS
1
BEL
Sounds the Buzzer
2
HT
Horizontal Tab Command
*
3
LF
Printing and Paper Feed Command
4
CR
Print one line Command
5
ESC RS
Sounds the Buzzer
6
ESC SP
Setting the right space amount of the character
7
ESC !
Collective Specifying Printing Mode
8
ESC $
Specifying the Absolute Positions
9
ESC %
Specifying/Canceling Download Character Set
10
ESC &
Define user characters
11
ESC *
Specifying the Bit Image Mode
*
12
ESC +
Switch OFF the printer
*
13
ESC –
Specifying/ Canceling Underline
14
ESC .
Printer self test
15
ESC 2
Specifying 1/6-inch line feed rate
16
ESC 3
Setting line feed rate of minimum pitch
17
ESC =
Data Input Control
18
ESC >
Saving current setting
*
19
ESC ?
Reading magnetic stripe reader
*
20
ESC @
Initializing the Printer
21
ESC D
Setting Horizontal Tab Position
22
ESC E
Specifying/canceling highlighting
23
ESC G
Specifying/canceling Double Printing
24
ESC J
Printing and feeding paper n/203 inch
25
ESC R
Selecting Code table
26
ESC S
Setting serial interface communication speed
*
27
ESC T
Printing Diagnostic information
*
28
ESC V
Specifying/Canceling 90°-right- turned Characters
29
ESC Y
Specifying print density
*
30
ESC Z
Returning diagnostic information
*
31
ESC \
Specifying the relative positions
*
*
32
ESC _
Setting the printer in default state
*
33
ESC `
Returning the battery voltage and Printer Head
temperature
*
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34
ESC a
Aligning the characters
35
ESC c5
Enabling/Disabling Panel Switches
36
ESC d
Printing and Feeding the paper by n lines
37
ESC v
Transmitting the printer status
38
ESC x
Selecting the time interval for automatically
switching Off the printer
39
ESC {
Specifying/Canceling the Inverted Characters
40
GS )
Setting of printer flags
*
41
GS *
Defining the Download Bit Image (LOGO)
*
42
GS /
Printing the Download, Bit Image
43
GS :
Starting/Ending Macro Definition
44
GS H
Selecting of Printing Position of HRI Code
45
GS L
Setting the left margin
46
GS W
Setting the print area width
47
GS ^
Executing the Macro
48
GS a
Enabling/Disabling ASB (Automatic Status Back)
49
GS f
Selecting the font of HRI characters
50
GS h
Selecting the height of the Bar Code
51
GS k
Printing the bar code
52
GS w
Selecting the horizontal size (Scale factor) of the
Bar Code
53
GS z
Saving AT command sequences to send to
Bluetooth module
*
54
ESC l
Specify/canceling black mark function
*
55
FF
Printing and paper feeding to the black mark
position
* indicates a unique command or a non-compatible command.
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*
7. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
For the information on maintenance and service, please contact our
dealer.
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8. APPENDIX
HANDLING BELT CLIP KIT
This kit consists of a belt clip, two screws, and two rubber feet.
8.1 How to Mount Belt Clip
Mount the belt clip in the square frame using the two screws supplied.
The direction of the belt clip should be as per the drawing below.
Note: Do not use screws without mounting the belt clip. The screws
when mounted alone reach too deep and may come in contact with
the internal circuit board and cause a failure.
8.2 Mounting Rubber Feet
Confirm that the grooves for the rubber feet are clean and neither dust
nor oil is present on the grooves for rubber feet.
Peel off the liner sheet of the adhesive seal for rubber foot and carefully
fit the rubber foot to the groove. Press and hold to secure the rubber
foot.
Belt clip
Grooves for rubber feet
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MEMO
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WEEE MARK
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2.10E-0612 Printed in Korea