Avery 9416 Instruction manual

Monarch®
9416® XL®
Thermal
Transfer
Printer
Equipment
Manual
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Drucksysteme Janz & Raschke GmbH
Osterbrooksweg 71, D-22869 Schenefeld
Tel.: +49(0)40 - 840 509 0
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TC9416TTEM Rev. AE 1/08
©2004 Paxar Americas, Inc. a subsidiary of Avery Dennison Corp.
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WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
CANADIAN D.O.C. WARNING
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio
noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of
Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques
dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la
classe A prescrites dans le Réglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique
édicte par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
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Avery Dennison Printer Systems Division
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Getting Started ................................................................ 1-1
Introduction ................................................................. 1-1
Audience .................................................................... 1-1
Ordering the Packet Reference Manual .......................... 1-1
Disclaimer ................................................................... 1-1
Unpacking the Printer ................................................... 1-2
Connecting the Power Supply........................................ 1-2
Connecting the Communication Cable ............................ 1-4
USB Port ................................................................. 1-5
Reading the Indicator Light ........................................... 1-6
Loading A Ribbon ............................................................ 2-1
Replacing a Ribbon ...................................................... 2-6
Loading Supplies ............................................................. 3-1
Loading Supply for Non-Peel Mode ................................ 3-1
Loading Labels for Peel Mode ....................................... 3-7
Loading Fan-Fold Supplies ......................................... 3-13
Calibrating the Supply ................................................ 3-15
Adjusting the Black Mark/Die Cut Sensor ..................... 3-16
Printing ........................................................................... 4-1
Care and Maintenance...................................................... 5-1
Clearing Supply Jams................................................... 5-1
Cleaning the Printhead ................................................. 5-2
Cleaning the Platen Roller and Printer ........................... 5-4
Table of Contents i
Troubleshooting ...............................................................6-1
Printing Problems and Solutions ....................................6-1
Printing Test Labels .....................................................6-4
Calibrating the Supply ..................................................6-5
Specifications and Accessories ....................................... A-1
Printer Specifications .................................................. A-1
Supply Specifications .................................................. A-2
Ribbon Specifications .................................................. A-2
Printer Accessories ..................................................... A-2
ii Table of Contents
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
The Monarch 9416 XL® Thermal Transfer
printer is a desktop thermal transfer and thermal
direct printer. It can print labels, tags or receipts
(with or without bar codes) in peel mode (one label at
a time) or non-peel mode (labels in strips).
Introduction
This chapter includes information about
♦
unpacking the printer
♦
connecting the power supply
♦
connecting the communication cable
♦
reading the indicator light.
Audience
This Equipment Manual is for the person who prints
and applies labels.
Ordering the Packet Reference Manual
The printer uses Monarch Printer Control
Language II (MPCL II) to create labels for printing.
The Packet Reference Manual, available on our Web
site (www.monarch.com), describes how to create
format and batch packets for printing labels, how to
configure the printer, and perform other advanced
techniques.
Disclaimer
Information in this document supersedes information
in previous versions. Check our Web site for the
latest documentation and release information.
Getting Started 1-1
Unpacking the Printer
After you unpack the printer, you should have
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
♦
9416 printer
power supply/power cord
ribbon reel
take-up core (already on the take-up reel)
Quick Reference
CD-ROM that contains software and manuals
(included with applicable models).
If any items are missing, contact Monarch for
replacement parts.
Keep all packaging material in
case you need to move or
return the printer.
Connecting the Power Supply
CAUTION
Do Not touch the electrical connectors
while setting up the printer. Electrostatic
discharge can damage or destroy the
printhead or electronic components.
To connect the power supply:
Place the printer in a location that allows easy
access to the front of the printer.
The printer should never be
operated while resting on its side or
upside down.
Place the power supply in a suitable location,
preferably on the floor, near an electrical outlet.
1-2 Getting Started
Turn off the printer. Press the switch on the back
of the printer to the OFF position (O).
Plug the three-hole end of the AC adapter cable
into the three-pronged outlet in the power supply.
Plug the round end of the power supply cable
(labeled “printer”) into the socket at the back of
the printer.
Plug the three-pronged end of the AC adapter
cable into a grounded electrical outlet.
WARNING
The printer and power supply should never
be operated in a location where either one
can get wet. Personal injury could result.
Getting Started 1-3
Connecting the Communication Cable
Before the printer can accept print jobs from the host,
you must
♦ connect the communication cable to the printer and
the host
♦ set the communication values on the printer to
match those at the host (only required if you are
using the serial port).
For parallel communication:
Turn off the printer before connecting the cable.
Connect a parallel printer cable from the host to
the parallel port at the back of the printer.
Parallel Port
Secure the cable with the spring clips.
1-4 Getting Started
For serial communication:
Turn off the printer before connecting the cable.
Connect a serial printer cable from the host to the
serial port at the back of the printer.
USB Port
9-pin
Serial Port
Secure the cable with the connecting screws.
The factory defaults are 9600 Baud, no parity,
8-bit data frame, 1 stop bit, and DTR flow
control (96, N, 8, 1, DTR).
To set communication values, refer to the
Packet Reference Manual.
USB Port
The printer has a USB (Universal Serial Bus) Version
1.1 communication port. Drivers are available on our
Web site for a variety of operating systems.
Getting Started 1-5
Reading the Indicator Light
The indicator light monitors the printer's status.
Feed Button
Indicator Light
Indicator Light
Description
GREEN
Printer is on and ready to use.
FLASHING
GREEN
Printer is paused. Press the FEED
button to resume printing.
FLASHING RED
Printer error condition.
See Chapter 6, “Troubleshooting” for
error conditions and solutions.
ORANGE
The system is detecting the supply
and ribbon status.
No light
Printer is off. Make sure the power
supply is connected properly. See
"Connecting the Power Supply"
earlier in this chapter.
1-6 Getting Started
LOADING A RIBBON
This chapter describes how to load a ribbon.
Use a ribbon when printing on thermal transfer
supplies.
There are two types of supplies:
Thermal Direct
Supplies
do not use a ribbon for
printing.
Thermal Transfer
Supplies
require a ribbon for printing.
If you are using thermal direct supplies, do not load a
ribbon. See Chapter 3, “Loading Supplies” for more
information.
The printer automatically detects if a ribbon is
installed when you turn on the printer and switches to
thermal transfer printing mode.
Make sure the ribbon window and the
supply door are closed when you turn
on the printer.
Loading A Ribbon 2-1
To load the ribbon:
Push down on the ribbon window to unlock it and
raise the window.
The ribbon take-up core should already be on the
take-up reel. Attach the take-up core to the front
hub, as shown.
Take-up Core
Take-up Reel
Back Hub
Front Hub
2-2 Loading A Ribbon
Ribbon
W indow
Open a package of new ribbon, taking care not to
wrinkle or crush the ribbon.
Slide the ribbon onto the ribbon reel as far as it
will go.
Ribbon on
Ribbon Reel
Ribbon
Leader
Back Hub
Take-up Core
Loading A Ribbon 2-3
Attach the ribbon reel to the back hub.
Peel and carefully unwind a few inches of ribbon
from the bottom of the roll.
Press the release levers towards the front of the
printer to release the supply door.
Lift open the supply door. The supply door
support at the right-hand rear of the printer holds
the supply door open.
Feed the end of the ribbon under the printhead
and around the take-up core.
Stick the leading edge of the ribbon onto the takeup core.
Rotate the take-up core until the ribbon leader is
firmly wrapped around the take-up core and the
black portion of the ribbon is exposed.
2-4 Loading A Ribbon
Close the supply door by lifting the supply door
slightly and pulling the bottom of the supply door
support forward towards the front of the printer.
Close the supply door slowly and make sure it
latches securely.
If you do not latch the supply door
completely, poor print quality may
result.
Press the ribbon window down firmly until it locks
into place.
Loading A Ribbon 2-5
Replacing a Ribbon
To replace a ribbon:
Push down on the ribbon window to unlock it and
raise the window.
Remove and discard the used ribbon and take-up
core. Save the ribbon reel located inside the
take-up core before discarding.
Remove the ribbon reel (with core) from the back
hub and place it on the front hub.
Take-up Core
Ribbon
W indow
Take-up Reel
Back Hub
Front Hub
Follow the steps from the previous section to
finishing loading the ribbon.
2-6 Loading A Ribbon
LOADING SUPPLIES
This chapter describes how to
♦ load a roll of labels or tags for non-peel mode
♦ load a roll of labels for peel mode
♦ load fan-fold supplies.
Loading Supply for Non-Peel Mode
This section describes how to load supplies in the
printer to print in non-peel (continuous) mode. Make
sure the black mark/die cut sensor is set correctly for
your supply type. See “Adjusting the Black Mark/Die
Cut Sensor,” for more information.
If you run out of supply while printing, do
not turn off the printer when reloading the
supply. You may lose your data. The
printer resumes printing when reloaded.
Remove and discard the tape from a new roll of
supply. Unwrap and discard supply with any glue
residue.
Loading Supplies 3-1
Press the release levers (located on both sides of
the printer) towards the front of the printer to
release the supply door.
Lift open the supply door. The supply door
support at the right-hand rear of the printer holds
the supply door open.
Supply Door
Support
3-2 Loading Supplies
Remove the supply holder guide from one end of
the supply holder. (The supply holder is normally
attached with a line to the inside of the printer, not
free-standing as shown below. Do not cut the
line.)
Supply Holder Guides
1.5-inch Supply
Core Adapter
Supply Holder
Slide a roll of supply onto the supply holder.
If the core diameter on your roll of
supply is 1 inch in diameter, remove
the 1.5-inch supply core adapters
from the supply guide holders.
Slide the supply holder guide back onto the end of
the supply holder. If you are using the supply
core adapters for 1.5-inch core supply, make sure
to push the supply core adapters into the ends of
the supply.
Loading Supplies 3-3
Insert the ends of the supply holder into the slots
in the supply roll mount.
Supply Roll
Mount
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Make sure the plastic line attaching the
supply holder to the printer is tucked
down out of the way of the supply
holder and supply holder guides.
Otherwise, the plastic line may wrap
around the supply holder or get caught
on the supply holder guides.
3-4 Loading Supplies
Slide the supply guides to their widest position.
Supply Guides
Feed the supply, printing side up, under the white
roller, under the supply guides, and over the
platen roller.
White Roller
Platen Roller
Loading Supplies 3-5
Press the supply under the supply guides.
Slide the supply guides so that they barely touch
the edges of the backing paper.
Close the supply door by lifting the supply door
slightly and pulling the bottom of the supply door
support forward towards the front of the printer.
Close the supply door slowly and make sure it
latches securely.
If you do not latch the supply door
completely, poor print quality may
result.
Press the FEED button. The indicator light should
be GREEN.
Calibrate the supply if necessary. See
“Calibrating the Supply,” for more information.
3-6 Loading Supplies
Loading Labels for Peel Mode
Peel mode separates the label from the backing paper
while printing.
NOTE
The minimum label length for peeling is
0.75 inches (19 mm). Hold the leading
edge of peeled labels when printing on
supply longer than six inches.
Remove and discard the tape from a new roll of
supply. Unwrap and discard supply with any glue
residue.
Press the release levers (located on both sides of
the printer) towards the front of the printer to
release the supply door.
Lift open the supply door. The supply door
support at the right-hand rear of the printer holds
the supply door open.
Supply Door
Support
Loading Supplies 3-7
Pull out the peel door located on the front of the
printer to display the peel roller and the peel bar.
Peel Bar
Peel Roller
Peel Door
Remove the supply holder guide from one end of
the supply holder. (The supply holder is normally
attached with a line to the inside of the printer, not
free-standing as shown below. Do not cut the
line.)
Supply Holder Guides
1.5-inch Supply
Core Adapter
Supply Holder
3-8 Loading Supplies
Slide a roll of labels onto the supply holder.
If the core diameter on your roll of
labels is 1 inch in diameter, remove
the 1.5-inch supply core adapters
from the supply holder guides.
Slide the supply holder guide back onto the end of
the supply holder. If you are using the supply
core adapters for 1.5-inch core supply, make sure
to push the supply core adapters into the ends of
the supply.
Insert the ends of the supply holder into the slots
in the supply roll mount.
Supply Roll
Mount
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Make sure the plastic line attaching the
supply holder to the printer is tucked down
out of the way of the supply holder and
supply holder guides. Otherwise, the plastic
line may wrap around the supply holder or
get caught on the supply holder guides.
Loading Supplies 3-9
Slide the supply guides to their widest position.
Remove the first two labels from the backing
paper.
Feed the labels, printing side up, under the white
roller, under the supply guides, and over the
platen roller.
White Roller
Platen Roller
Press the labels under the supply guides.
Slide the supply guides so that they barely touch
the edges of the backing paper.
3-10 Loading Supplies
Feed the backing paper under the peel roller and
through the peel door opening.
Peel
Roller
Peel
Door
Push the peel door closed until it locks. If the
peel door is not completely closed, the supply
door does not close properly.
Close the supply door by lifting the supply door
slightly and pulling the bottom of the supply door
support forward towards the front of the printer.
Close the supply door slowly and make sure it
latches securely.
If you do not latch the supply door
completely, poor print quality may
result.
Loading Supplies 3-11
Press the FEED button. A label separates from
the backing paper. Remove the peeled label and
another one prints.
NOTE
Hold the leading edge of peeled
labels when printing on supply
longer than six inches.
Calibrate the supply if necessary. See
“Calibrating the Supply,” for more information.
3-12 Loading Supplies
Loading Fan-Fold Supplies
Place a stack of fan-fold supplies behind the
printer, printing side up.
You may have to move the printer
to allow room for the supply.
Push the external supply guides (located on the
back of the printer) out to their widest position.
External Supply Guides
Adjust the external supply guides so that they
barely touch the edges of the supply.
Feed the fan-fold supplies, printing side up, into
the external supply slot on the back of the printer
and through the external supply guides.
Press the release levers (located on each side of
the printer) towards the front of the printer to
release the supply door.
Lift open the supply door. The supply door
support at the right-hand rear of the printer holds
the supply door open.
Leave the supply holder in the printer.
Loading Supplies 3-13
Slide the internal supply guides to their widest
position.
Feed the fan-fold labels through the supply
guides, under the supply holder, under the white
roller, and over the platen roller.
Supply Guides
Press the fan-fold labels under the supply guides.
Slide the internal supply guides so that they barely
touch the edges of the supply.
Close the supply door by lifting the supply door
slightly and pulling the bottom of the supply door
support forward towards the front of the printer.
Close the supply door slowly and make sure it
latches securely.
If you do not latch the supply door
completely, poor print quality may
result.
3-14 Loading Supplies
Press the FEED button. The indicator light should
be GREEN.
Calibrate the supply if necessary. See
“Calibrating the Supply,” for more information.
Calibrating the Supply
Turn off the printer.
Press and hold the FEED button while turning on
the printer.
To calibrate the supply, release the FEED button
after the indicator light starts flashing ORANGE.
The printer calibrates the black mark or die cut
sensor, measures the label length, and prints the
test labels.
To calibrate the ribbon, release the FEED button
after the printer starts flashing RED. The printer
calibrates the ribbon sensor.
To resume normal printing, turn off the printer,
wait two seconds, then turn it back on again.
Loading Supplies 3-15
Adjusting the Black Mark/Die Cut Sensor
The printer has a black
mark/die cut sensor,
which it uses to sense
and properly calibrate
supplies. Black mark
supply has sense marks
Die Cut
Black Mark
(black marks) on the back
of them. Die cut supply does not have any black
marks.
For die cut supplies, make sure the
sensor is in the detented position and the middle of
the square lens lines up with the arrow inside the
printer.
Sensor set for
Die Cut Supplies
For black mark supplies, if necessary, move the
sensor to the left or right, depending on where the
black marks are on the supplies. The black marks on
the supply should cover the square lens inside the
sensor.
3-16 Loading Supplies
PRINTING
This chapter describes how to print.
Before you print, make sure the printer is connected
to the host with a communication cable. The
communication values at the printer must match those
at the host.
The printer's default communication values are 9600
Baud, no parity, 8-bit data frame, 1 stop bit, and DTR
flow control (96, N, 8, 1, DTR).
Turn on the printer.
Download a format and a batch. Refer to the
Packet Reference Manual for information on
downloading print jobs.
The printer prints the labels, either in peel mode
or non-peel mode.
Remove the printed labels.
Printing 4-1
4-2 Printing
CARE AND
MAINTENANCE
This chapter tells you how to
♦ clear supply jams
♦ clean the printhead
♦ clean the platen roller and printer.
Clearing Supply Jams
When you are printing and a jam occurs, the indicator
light turns RED. To clear the jam:
Turn off the printer. Press the switch on the back
of the printer to the OFF position (O).
You should turn off the printer’s power
before you clear a supply jam. If you
need to clear a supply jam during a
print job, you may lose your data
when you turn off the printer.
Press the release levers towards the front of the
printer to release the supply door.
Lift open the supply door. The supply door
support at the right-hand rear of the printer holds
the supply door open.
If necessary, remove any previously loaded
supply. Lift up the supply holder and remove one
of the supply holder guides.
Slide the supply off the holder.
Care and Maintenance 5-1
Remove the jammed supply.
CAUTION
Do Not use sharp or pointed objects to
remove supply, or damage to the printhead
may occur.
Reload the supply. See Chapter 3, "Loading
Supplies."
Close the supply door by lifting the supply door
slightly and pulling the bottom of the supply door
support forward towards the front of the printer.
Close the supply door slowly and make sure it
latches securely.
If you do not latch the supply door
completely, poor print quality may
result.
Press the FEED button to clear the error. The
indicator light should be GREEN.
Cleaning the Printhead
Clean the printhead whenever you notice a decline in
print quality, or after using three rolls of supply.
You must turn off the printer’s power
before you clean the printhead. If you
need to clean the printhead during a print
job, you may lose your data when you turn
off the printer.
Turn off the printer. Press the switch on the back
of the printer to the OFF position (O).
Press the release levers towards the front of the
printer to release the supply door.
5-2 Care and Maintenance
Lift open the supply door. A supply door support
at the right-hand rear of the printer holds the
supply door open.
Moisten a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol.
Rub the cotton swab across the printhead to
remove any build-up.
Allow the printhead to dry for one minute before
you close the supply door and resume printing.
Care and Maintenance 5-3
Cleaning the Platen Roller and Printer
Moisten a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol and
run the cotton swab across the platen roller. Turn
the platen roller with your finger and make sure it
is clean all the way around.
NOTE: Do Not remove the platen roller.
Platen Roller
♦ Slightly dampen a cloth with water and wipe the
exterior surfaces clean.
♦ Use a dry, soft-bristled brush to clean paper dust
out of the interior.
5-4 Care and Maintenance
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter includes information on
♦ possible printing problems and solutions
♦ printing test labels
♦ calibrating the supply and the ribbon.
Printing Problems and Solutions
Problem
Action
Indicator light is off
when the printer is
turned on.
Check the power connections
from the power supply to the
printer and the AC outlet. See
"Connecting the Power Supply"
in Chapter 1 for more
information.
Indicator light is
GREEN, but the
printer does not print.
Check the cable connections
from the host to the printer.
"Connecting the Communication
Cable" in Chapter 1 for more
information.
Make sure the ribbon and supply
are loaded correctly. See
Chapter 2, “Loading A Ribbon,”
and Chapter 3, “Loading
Supplies,” for more information.
Clean the printhead. See
"Cleaning the Printhead" in
Chapter 5 for more information.
Make sure the supply door is
closed completely.
Troubleshooting 6-1
Problem
Action
Printing stops and
indicator light turns
RED.
Or,
Printing is not lined
up correctly on
supply.
Calibrate the supply.
1. Turn off the printer.
2. Load supply for non-peel mode.
See Chapter 3, “Loading
Supplies,” for more information.
3. Press and hold the FEED
button while turning on the
printer.
4. Release the FEED button after
the indicator light starts
flashing ORANGE. The printer
calibrates the black mark or die
cut sensor, measures the label
length, prints the test labels,
and calibrates the ribbon
sensor.
5. To resume normal printing, turn
off the printer, wait two
seconds, then turn it back on.
Problem with the supply. Load
different supply. See Chapter 3,
“Loading Supplies” for more
information.
Make sure the ribbon is not empty.
Make sure the black mark/die cut
sensor is set correctly for your
supply type. See “Adjusting the
Black Mark/Die Sensor,” for more
information.
Clear a label jam. See “Clearing
Supply Jams,” in Chapter 5 for more
information.
6-2 Troubleshooting
Problem
Action
Printing is faded or
poor quality.
Make sure the supplies and ribbon
are loaded correctly. See Chapter
2, “Loading Ribbon,” and Chapter 3,
“Loading Supplies” for more
information.
Clean the printhead. See "Cleaning
the Printhead" in Chapter 5 for
more information.
Check the supplies and ribbon for
damage or defects. Reload
supplies or ribbon if necessary.
Ribbon and supply are not
compatible. For thermal direct
supplies, do not load a ribbon.
Adjust the print speed/darkness
(contrast). Refer to the Packet
Reference Manual, for more
information.
Supply exits
partially out of the
printer or skips.
Supply might be caught in the
printer. See "Clearing Supply Jams"
in Chapter 5 for more information.
Make sure the supplies and ribbon
are loaded correctly. See Chapter
2, “Loading Ribbon,” and Chapter 3,
“Loading Supplies” for more
information.
For thermal transfer printing, make
sure thermal transfer (requires a
ribbon) supply is loaded. For
thermal direct printing, make sure
thermal direct (does not require a
ribbon) supply is loaded.
Ribbon is installed
but is not
advancing when
printing.
See “Calibrating the Supply” to
calibrate the ribbon sensor.
Troubleshooting 6-3
Printing Test Labels
To print the test labels:
Turn off the printer.
Press and hold the FEED button while turning on
the printer.
Release the FEED button after the indicator light
starts flashing ORANGE. The test labels print.
The first label shows the printer's
configuration by packet (A-F). Refer to the
Packet Reference Manual available on our
Web site for more information.
The second label shows the model number,
software version, communication settings,
speed, contrast, gap sensor setting, label
length, and total number of inches printed.
To resume normal printing, turn off the printer,
wait two seconds, then turn it back on again.
6-4 Troubleshooting
Calibrating the Supply
Turn off the printer.
Press and hold the FEED button while turning on
the printer.
To calibrate the supply, release the FEED button
after the indicator light starts flashing ORANGE.
The printer calibrates the black mark or die cut
sensor, measures the label length, and prints the
test labels.
To calibrate the ribbon, release the FEED button
after the printer starts flashing RED. The printer
calibrates the ribbon sensor.
To resume normal printing, turn off the printer,
wait two seconds, then turn it back on again.
Troubleshooting 6-5
6-6 Troubleshooting
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
AND ACCESSORIES
This chapter includes printer, supply, and ribbon
specifications. It also lists the printer’s accessories.
Printer Specifications
Height:
7.4" (188 mm)
Width:
8.4" (213 mm)
Depth:
12.4" (315 mm)
Weight:
6.3 lbs. (2.9 kg) without power
supply
Shipping Weight: 12 lbs. (5.4 kg)
Power:
AC Input: 100-240 V 50-60Hz
DC Output: 18-24 V
Operating Limits: Operation: 40° to 105° F
(4° to 40° C)
Storage: 40° to 140° F
(4° to 60° C)
Relative Humidity: 5% - 90%
(non-condensing)
Printhead:
4.09" (104 mm)
203 dpi (8.0 dots per mm)
300 dpi (11.82 dots per mm)
Printing Method:
Thermal Direct and Thermal
Transfer
Specifications and Accessories A-1
Supply Specifications
Supply Types:
Labels, tags or receipt paper
Supply Widths:
0.75" (19 mm) minimum
4.25" (108 mm) maximum
Supply Lengths:
0.25" (6.3 mm) minimum
10.0" (254 mm) maximum
(for peel):
0.75" (19 mm) minimum
10.0" (254 mm) maximum
NOTE: Hold the leading edge of peeled labels when
printing on supply longer than six inches.
Ribbon Specifications
Types:
Standard
Core Diameter:
Inside: 1.0" (25.4 mm)
Outside: 1.5” (38 mm)
Width:
1.6” (41 mm) minimum
4.3" (109 mm) maximum
Length:
300 meters
Printer Accessories
Use these part numbers when ordering parts.
Description
Part Number
Centronics Cable (IEEE 1284-B to
25-pin male)
118363
Serial Cable 6' (DB 9-pin male to
DB 9-pin female)
300017-006
Parallel Cable 6' (DB 25-pin female
to DB 9-pin male)
300018-006
USB V2.0 Cable (male)
125323
A-2 Specifications and Accessories
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