Sharp DP-750 User`s manual

User's Manual
DP750
Flatbed Bill Printer
DP750 User's Manual
Important Safety Instructions
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Read all of these instructions carefully and thoroughly and save them for later reference.
Follow all warnings and instructions in the manual as well as marked on the product.
Unplug this product from the power outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. The product may fall, causing serious
damage to you or the product.
6. Slots and openings on the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for air ventilation. To ensure
reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, do not block or cover these
openings. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other
similar surface. This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heater. This product
should not be placed in a built-in installation or kiosk stand unless proper ventilation is provided.
7. This product should be operated from the type of power source indicated on the rating label. If you are
not sure of the type of power available, consult your local dealer or an electrician.
8. Depending on the country of shipment this product may be equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type plug,
a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a
safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your local electrician to
replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.
9. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product in a location so that the
power cord will be walked or driven over or on.
10. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of
any kind on the product.
11. Except as explained elsewhere in this manual, do not attempt to service this product yourself. Opening
and removing those covers that are marked “Do Not Remove” may expose you to dangerous voltage
points or other hazardous risks. Leave all servicing on those compartments to qualified service
personnel.
12. The mains plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect the mains power.
13. Unplug this product from the power outlet and leave servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
A. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the product does not operate normally when the operating instructions are followed. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating instructions since importer adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to normal operation.
E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
Note: The contents of this manual may be changed without prior notice.
* All parts of the printer can be recycled. When it is abandoned, we can call it back freely.
Please contact us when you abandon it.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions .....................................................................................................................i
Chapter 1 Overview ....................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Features ..............................................................................................................................................1
Chapter 2 Preparation ................................................................................................................................3
2.1 Unpacking ...........................................................................................................................................3
2.2 Unpacking the Protective Materials.....................................................................................................3
2.3 Identifying the Parts ............................................................................................................................4
2.4 Installing the Printer ............................................................................................................................4
2.4.1 Installing the Paper Feed Knob ....................................................................................................5
2.4.2 Uninstalling the Front Table ..........................................................................................................5
2.4.3 Installing and Replacing the Ribbon Cartridge..............................................................................5
2.5 Connecting the Printer to Your Computer............................................................................................6
2.5.1 Connecting to the parallel interface ..............................................................................................7
2.5.2 Connecting to the USB interface ..................................................................................................7
2.5.3 Connecting to the Ethernet interface ............................................................................................7
2.5.4 Connecting to the Serial Interface ................................................................................................8
2.6 Connecting to the Power Cord ............................................................................................................8
2.7 Installing Driver ...................................................................................................................................9
2.8 Network Settings ............................................................................................................................... 11
2.8.1 Connecting Printer...................................................................................................................... 11
2.8.2 Setting IP Address ...................................................................................................................... 11
2.8.3 Installing Printer Network Driver .................................................................................................14
Chapter 3 Paper loading ..........................................................................................................................21
3.1 Paper Thickness Adjustment.............................................................................................................21
3.2 Using Cut Sheets ..............................................................................................................................21
3.3 Using tractor paper............................................................................................................................23
3.4 Tractor Paper loading........................................................................................................................23
3.5 Tearing off Tractor Paper...................................................................................................................24
Chapter 4 Control Panel...........................................................................................................................25
4.1 Control Panel Keys and LEDs...........................................................................................................25
4.2 Basic Control Panel Operations ........................................................................................................25
4.3 Bill Print Function ..............................................................................................................................26
4.4 Printing Home Position Adjustment Mode .........................................................................................26
4.5 Tear-off Adjustment Mode .................................................................................................................27
4.6 Using the Setup Menu System..........................................................................................................27
4.6.1 Printing the Current Setting Report.............................................................................................27
4.6.2 Enter the Setup Menu System and Change the Settings ...........................................................30
4.6.3 Restoring Factory Printer Settings..............................................................................................31
4.6.4 Explaining Menu Terms ..............................................................................................................31
4.6.5 Online-aptitude Parameter Settings............................................................................................32
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4.7 Using the Self Test Functions............................................................................................................33
4.7.1 ASCII Test Mode.........................................................................................................................33
4.7.2 Maintenance Printing Test (H pattern) ........................................................................................34
4.7.3 Alignment Adjust Mode ...............................................................................................................34
4.7.4 Hex Dump Mode.........................................................................................................................34
Appendix A................................................................................................................................................36
A.1 Cleaning the Printer ..........................................................................................................................36
A.2 Problems and Solutions....................................................................................................................37
A.3 Error LED on the Control Panel ........................................................................................................38
Appendix B................................................................................................................................................39
B.1 Specifications....................................................................................................................................39
B.1.1 General ......................................................................................................................................39
B.2 Interface Specification.......................................................................................................................40
B.2.1 Parallel Interface ........................................................................................................................40
B.2.2 USB Interface.............................................................................................................................41
B.2.3 Ethernet Interface.......................................................................................................................42
B.2.4 Serial Interface ...........................................................................................................................42
B.3 Printable Area ...................................................................................................................................43
B.4 Cautions of Printing ..........................................................................................................................44
Appendix C Command Code Summary ..................................................................................................46
C.1 Epson Emulation ..............................................................................................................................46
Print and Line Feed Execution.............................................................................................................46
Format Control.....................................................................................................................................46
Print Mode ...........................................................................................................................................46
Character Set ......................................................................................................................................47
Download Character............................................................................................................................47
Bit-Image .............................................................................................................................................47
Graphics Mode ....................................................................................................................................47
Input Data Control ...............................................................................................................................47
Miscellaneous......................................................................................................................................47
Additional Commands .........................................................................................................................47
Select Code Pages..............................................................................................................................48
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Chapter 1 Overview
1.1 Features
Thank you for purchasing this Jolimark DP750 printer.
This printer is a 24 pin flatbed Hi-Speed Bill printer which can fulfill multi-function printing requirement,
especially for enterprise and office.
Flatbed Paper-feed Mechanism
Newly-style 106 column flatbed printer can feed the paper smoothly. Special designed paper guide makes
you reassure to print continuously. So that some document papers, such as multi-copy report, multi-copy
bill, envelope, postcard and label and so on, can smoothly in and out without jam.
Easy Paper Installing
Paper installing design of this printer makes you install paper conveniently. Fast paper installing can also
save your time.
Automatic paper Load/Eject Function
Cut sheet may be fed from the front of the printer automatically. Finish printing, the paper may be
automatically fed back to the front of the printer. Tractor paper is installed on the tractor. Press
LOAD/EJECT key, paper may be fed to print position automatically. Finish printing, the paper may be fed to
the front of the printer in order to tear conveniently.
Zero tear-off Function
This causes tractor paper to be automatically fed to the tear-off position at the edge of the window cover, for
easy tear-off at the perforations after printing. This zero tear-off capability helps eliminate paper wastage.
Facility switch between cut-sheet and tractor paper
Feed the tractor paper back to the installing position through LOAD/EJECT key on the control panel, pull
the paper select lever to the cut-sheet position. Insert the cut-sheet from front to print. If you want to use
tractor paper again, pull the paper select lever back to the tractor paper position after cut-sheet printing.
Then press LOAD/EJECT key, tractor paper may be fed to the printer again.
High Resolution Graphics
A maximum resolution of 360×360 DPI enables the printer to produce fine, sharp graphics.
User- Friendly Control Panel
Current print status and access to all printer functions is available via simple commands from the control
panel. In addition, the control panel is used to access the menu system (Setup Menu System) with
complete control over the printer’s set-up functions.
Emulation
The printer supports the Epson ESC/P-K2 emulation as standard.
Contain Letter Character Font
This print contain variously font of Roman, Sans Serif, Courier, Prestige, Script, OCR-A&B, Orator and so
on which making printed document prettier.
Compressing Printing
You can set compress print proportion through modifying the Menu System Setting of the printer. (Caution:
High Speed mode and Super High mode is invalidated while the printer in Compress printing mode.) In
addition, you can set the compress printing through driver. (Only set the compress printing through driver
can High Speed printing mode and Super High Speed printing mode are valid.) The compress proportion of
these two setting methods is compress relationship.
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Bar Code Generator
NW -7, EAN-13, EAN-8, Code 39, Industrial 2of 5, Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 128B, and Code 128C are
built-in as standard.
Enhance Chinese Character Set
This printer contains GB18030 Chinese character set and also supports 4 bytes Chinese printing.
Facility Switch of Printing Mode
This printer is special designed with a COPY intelligent key. In OFFLINE mode, press COPY key on control
panel and it can switch among NORMAL mode, “1+3” mode and “1+6” mode.
Facility Switch of Bill Print Mode
Facility switch of bill print mode is convenient for users to switch among different print modes quickly.
According to different printing situations of “Invoice of value-added tax” and “Bill”, using this function can
quickly switch to correspondent print mode.
In ONLINE mode, holding SPEED key for about 3 seconds, the printer enters “Invoice of value-added tax”
print mode after beeping once.
In ONLINE mode, holding SPEED key for about 3 seconds, the printer enters “Bill” print mode after beeping
three times, sounds like ”beep — beep beep”.
Note: When the printer is in “Invoice of value-added tax” print mode, the original printing position of
the paper can not be adjusted.
Automatic Interface Switching
The DP750 includes both a parallel interface, a USB interface and an Ethernet interface or serial interface.
(According to specific interface standards) The printer automatically detects the type of data transfer
received from the host computer and switches to the corresponding interface type.
Optional of Automatic Paper edge Detection, Any Position Paper feed Printing and Black Mark
Detect Function
User can choose automatic paper edge detection, any position paper feed printing and black mark detect
function optionally. Here, printer can detect the borderline of both sides automatically in order to ensure all
the printing content is within the printable area. Also, it supports to feed the paper in any position of the
paper feed path. Nevertheless, user can choose black mark detect function in the printer settings according
to the type of print paper, the printer will carry out black mark detection.
Automatic Paper Skew Detection
The printer can detect the lean of the paper. If it is over the set lean, the printer will eject the paper
automatically so that you can ensure the printing quality.
Contain Break Pin Compensation Function
User can set the printer to print using the pin which is in good condition to compensate the break pin.
Pin Switch Printing mode
User can set pins to switch while printing form transverse line in order to improve print head life.
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Chapter 2 Preparation
2.1 Unpacking
Check the following items in the package, if any of these items is missing, please contact your dealer.
Paper guide B (options)
Paper guide A
D
C
B
A
F
E
G
H
Figure 2-1 Packing list in the printer box
A: Printer
B: Front table
C: Ribbon cartridge JMR121
D: Power cord
E: Driver CD (Including user's manual and driver)
F: Paper feed knob
G: Packing list
H: Facility user's guide
Caution: The fittings please refer the packing list. The packing style above is subject to change
without notice.
2.2 Unpacking the Protective Materials
1. Open the packing box, lift up the printer, open the top cover of the printer, remove the protective
materials.
2. Save all the original packing materials, so that they can be used when transporting the printer.
Protective materials
Figure 2-2 Unpacking the protective materials
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2.3 Identifying the Parts
Figures 2-2 and 2-3 highlight the main components of the printer.
A
D
E
杆
K
H
B
G
J
F
C
I
Figure 2-3 Main parts of printer (front view)
A: Top cover
B: Control panel
C: Power switch
D: Ribbon cartridge
E: Gap adjust lever
F: Sub friction roller
G: Print head
H: Front table
I: Paper guide
J: Paper feed knob
K: Paper select lever
A
C
B
D
H
E
G
F
Figure 2-4 Main parts of printer (rear view)
A: Tractor
B: Paper guide slider
C: Tractor
D: Ethernet interface
E: Parallel interface
F: USB interface
G: Serial interface
H: Power supply inlet
Caution: According to the specific interface standards.
2.4 Installing the Printer
Before placing the printer in your chosen location, consider the following guidelines:
„ This printer should be placed on a normal table or desk. Be sure that the surface is level; to avoid an
uneven load on the carriage as it operates.
„ Do not install the printer where it may be subjected to:
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·Where there is excessive dust.
·Where it may be splattered with oil or metallic dust.
·Where it may be exposed to direct sunlight.
·Where it may be accidentally splashed with water.
2.4.1 Installing the Paper Feed Knob
1. The openings of the Paper feed knob aim at the openings on the left, then insert.
2. Press the Paper Feed Knob to the crust.
Paper feed knob
Figure 2-5 Installing the paper feed Knob
2.4.2 Uninstalling the Front Table
Hold of the front table with both hands on both sides, foreside up about 30°, follow the positioning pin
to rotate, and pull one side of the front table from the positioning pin, then the other side.
Positioning pin
Install groove
Spring hook
Square hole
Front table
Figure 2-6 Installing the front table extension tray
2.4.3 Installing and Replacing the Ribbon Cartridge
1. Turn off the printer.
2. Hold the concaves of the printer cover to open the printer cover.
3. Hold up the sub friction lever.
4. Move the gap adjust lever to the highest position.
5. Move the print head to the middle of the printer.
Top cover
Sub friction lever
Print head
Figure 2-7 Opening the top cover and the front roller unit
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6. Turn the ribbon knob in the direction of the arrow to remove any slack from the ribbon so it is easier
to install.
Ribbon cartridge
JMR121
Ribbon knob
Ribbon nip
Ribbon core
Figure 2-8 Ribbon cartridge
7. Insert the ribbon cartridge into the printer as shown; then press both sides of the cartridge down
firmly to fit the plastic hooks into the printer slots.
Ribbon knob
Ribbon cartridge
Poles on the carriage frame
Ribbon nip
Metal guide vane
Figure 2-9 Installing the ribbon cartridge
8. Use a pointed object, such as a pencil, to guide the ribbon between the print head and ribbon guide.
Turn the ribbon knob to feed the ribbon into place, the ribbon should not be twisted or creased.
9. Slide the print head from side to side to make sure it moves smoothly.
10. Having installed the ribbon, lower the sub friction roller and pull the gap adjust lever back to the
former position. Then close the top cover.
Note: 1. When your print becomes faint, you need to replace the ribbon cartridge. Otherwise, the
print quality will be affected and the print head may be damage.
2. To remove the old ribbon cartridge, first make sure the printer is turned off, move the
print head to the center of the printer. Then hold the ribbon cartridge handle on both
sides and lift it out of the printer upwards. Install a new one as the above steps.
3. Never move the print head while the printer is on, otherwise it will damage the printer.
Besides, do not touch the print head at the time finishes using the printer for
overheating.
4. Please use the Jolimark JMR121 ribbon cartridge, our company will not guarantee to
keep the printer in good repair, when it is damaged by unauthorized ribbon cartridge.
2.5 Connecting the Printer to Your Computer
Your printer contains a parallel interface, a USB interface and an Ethernet interface (The serial
interface is optional). Connect the printer to your computer as described below. (figure 2-10, figure
2-11, figure 2-12, figure 2-13)
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Note: Before connecting the parallel interface or the serial interface, please make sure the power
of the printer is shut down. Must after tighten the cable you may turn on the power, or it
will damage the printer.
2.5.1 Connecting to the parallel interface
1. Turn off both the computer and the printer. Plug the parallel cable securely into the printer's parallel
interface connector. Squeeze the wire clips together until they lock in place on either side.
2. Plug the other end of the cable into the computer's parallel interface, then tighten the screws on
either side.
Wire clips
Parallel interface connector
Parallel interface cable
Figure 2-10 Connecting to the Parallel interface
2.5.2 Connecting to the USB interface
1. Plug the USB cable A end (flat shape) into the computer's USB interface.
2. Plug the USB cable B end (square shape) into the printer's USB interface.
Note: Don't impact the plug after connecting to the USB cable.
USB interface
USB interface cable
Figure 2-11 Connecting to the USB interface
2.5.3 Connecting to the Ethernet interface
Plug the RJ-45 crystal plug of the Ethernet cable into the printer, and plug the other plug into the LAN.
(shown as figure 2-12)
Internet cable
Internet interface
Figure 2-12 Connecting to the Ethernet interface
Note: The details of Ethernet interface printer’s net settings please refer to the User’s Manual.
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2.5.4 Connecting to the Serial Interface
1. Turn off both the computer and the printer. Plug the serial cable connector securely into the
printer's serial interface. Squeeze the wire clips together until they lock in place on both side of the
connector.
2. Plug the other end of the cable into the computer's serial interface; then tighten the screws on both
sides of the connector.
Screw
Serial interface
Serial cable
Figure 2-13 Connecting to the serial interface
2.6 Connecting to the Power Cord
1. Make sure the printer is turned off.
2. Make sure the voltage required by the printer matches that of your electrical outlet.
3. If the power cord is not attached to the printer, connect it to the AC inlet on the printer.
4. Plug the power cord into a properly grounded electrical outlet.
Power switch
Power supply inlet
Power cord
Electrical outlet
Figure 2-13 Connecting the power cord to the printer
To turn the printer ON, press the I mark at the side of the power switch.
To turn the printer OFF, press the O mark at the side of the power switch.
ON
↑
↓
OFF
Figure 2-14 Turning the Power on and off
Caution: 1.If the rated voltage and your outlet voltage do not match, contact your dealer for
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assistance. Do not plug in the power cord.
2. Please use the exactitude electrical outlet.
2.7 Installing Driver
The Driver CD provides the printer drivers for Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 2000/XP and VISTA.
Please use the cable to connect the computer with the printer, then turn on the computer and the
printer, put the driver CD into the CD-ROM. Install driver by the following way:
Auto-install way
Double click the file "Setup.exe" in the driver disc, install driver by the following direction.
Note: Auto-install way just work in operating system of Windows2000 or above.
Hand-operated install way
The installing steps for Windows 2000/XP/ Vista are as follows
1. Click "Start" → "Settings", select "Printers".
2. Click "Add Printer", then it will show a window of "Add Printer Wizard", click "Next", then please
read the select direct carefully, Such as, select "Local printer" in the "Local or Network Printer"
window, then click "next".
3. Come out a window of "Select the Printer Port", select a usable port. Such as, select "LPT1: printer
port", click "Next".
4. Come out a window of "Manufacturers/Printers", click "Have Disk...", click "Next".
5. Come out a window of "Install From Disk". Please according to the operating system environment,
you should select the path as follow: CD-ROM-"Driver"-"WIN 2000 (XP-Vista-Win7)", that you can
find a file named: DP750.inf, click "Open", then click "OK", click "Next".
6. Follow the direct click "Next" gradually till the installation is finished.
The installing steps for Windows 7 are as follows:
1. Click "Start" → "Devices and Printers".
2. Click “Add a printer", then it will show a window of “Add Printer", click “Add a local printer", and then
click “Next".
3. Come out a window of "Choose a printer port", select "Use an existing port", Such as, select "LPT1:
Printer Port", click "Next".
4. Come out a window of "Manufacturers/Printers", click "Have Disk...", click "Next".
5. Come out a window of "Install From Disk". Please according to the operating system environment,
such as Windows 7 operating system you should select the path as follow:
CD-ROM-"Driver”-"WIN2000 (XP-Vista-Win7)", where you can find a file named: DP750.inf, click
"Open", then click "OK" to return to the window of "Manufacturers/Printers", click "Next".
6. Follow the direct click “Next" gradually till the installation is finished.
The USB interface installing steps for Windows 2000/XP/Visata/Win7 are as follows:
The following steps are used Windows XP as example. There are slight differences among different
operating systems.
1. Connect an USB cable and turn on the printer.
2. After the computer find out new hardware and finish searching, come out a window of "Add New
Hardware Wizard", click "Next".
3. Come out a window of "Add New Hardware Wizard" —"Windows operation", choose "Not Search, I
want to Choose the Setup Driver (D)", click "Next".
4. Come out a window of "Manufacturers/Printers", click "Have Disk..." click "Next".
5. Come out a window of "Install From Disk". Please according to the operating system environment,
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you should select the path as follow: CD-ROM-"Driver"-"WIN2000 (XP-Vista-Win7) ", where you
can find a file named: DP750.inf, click "Open", then click "OK" to return to the window of
"Manufacturers/Printers", click "Next".
6. Follow the direct click "Next" gradually till the installation is finished.
The installing steps for Windows 98 are as follows:
(1) The installing steps with a parallel cable or a serial cable:
1. Click "Start" → "Settings" → "Printers".
2. Click "Add Printer", then it will show a window of "Add Printer Wizard", click "Next", then please
read the select direct carefully, Such as, select "Local printer" in the "Local or Network Printer"
window, then click "Next".
3. Come out a window of "Click the manufacturer and model of your printer”, click "Have Disk...",
please click "Browse", select the path as follow : CD-ROM-"Driver"-"WIN98 (WINME) ", where
you can find a file named: DP750.inf, click "Open", then click "OK".
4. Come out a window of “Install From Disk”, click "OK, return to a window of "Add Printer", then
click "Next".
5. Come out a window of "Printer port", select "Available ports", Such as, select "LPT1: Printer Port",
click "Next", and then show the printer’s name. If the system is not installed by other printer
driver process, the printer is treated as default printer by the application process of Window98
environment, click "Next". Otherwise according to prompt, choose the printer is default: "Yes",
click "Next", choose "Yes-(recommended)", click "Finish". Come out a window of "Printer test
page completed!", click "Yes".
6. The printer driver process is installed successfully.
(2) The installing steps with an USB cable:
Note: 1. As the system of Windows 98/ME doesn’t have integrated USB driver control, please
install USB driver before using USB interface printing. Then install USB printer driver.
2. If it has installed the USB driver, please install the USB printer driver directly as the
following steps.
USB driver installing steps:
1. Connect an USB cable and turn on the printer.
2. After the computer find out new hardware and finish searching, come out a window of "Add New
Hardware Wizard", click "Next".
3. Come out a window of "Add New Hardware Wizard" — "Windows operation", choose "Search the
best driver for the device (recommended)", click "Next".
4. Come out a window of "Search for new drivers", check "Specify a location", click "Browse",
the path as follows: CD-ROM-“Driver”-"【WIN98 (WINME) \USB driver】", then click "OK".
select
5. Return to a window of "Search for new drivers", click "Next"; Come out a window of "Windows driver
file search for the device”, click "Next".
6. After the system finishing installing the file automatically, come out a window of "USB print supported,
click "Finish".
7. The printer USB driver process is installed successfully.
USB printer driver installing steps:
1. Click "Start" → "Settings" → "Printers".
2. Click "Add Printer", then it will show a window of "Add Printer Wizard", click "Next".
3. Come out a window of "Click the manufacturer and model of your printer", click "Have Disk...",
please click "Browse", select the path as follow: CD-ROM-"Driver"-"WIN98 (WINME) ", where you
can find a file named: DP750.inf "Open", and then click "OK".
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4. Come out a window of "Install From Disk", click "OK", return to a window of "Add Printer", then click
"Next".
5. Come out a window of "Printer port", select "Available ports", select "JMUSB", click "Next", and then
show the printer’s name. If the system is not installed by other printer driver process, the printer is
treated as default printer by the application process of Window98 environment, click "Next”.
Otherwise according to prompt, choose the printer is default: "Yes", click "Next" choose
"Yes-(recommended)", click "Finish". Come out a window of "Printer test page completed!", click
“Yes".
6. The printer driver process is installed successfully.
2.8 Network Settings
Please use Jolimark network setting software NetFinder to set the IP address for Jolimark printers,
which can be found in the CD or downloaded from www.jolimark.com.
Note: The network printing function needs the operating system of Windows2000 or above.
2.8.1 Connecting Printer
Power on the printer, connect with the Ethernet cable which has been connected to LAN, and look into
the information of Ethernet LED indicator to ensure the printer has entered into the normal connection.
Yellow LED
ON
OFF
Green LED
Flash
OFF
Description
Normal
Not connect to network
2.8.2 Setting IP Address
1. Run NetFinder Software
Double click NetFinder.exe in the PC which connects the printer in the same LAN. The figure of the
software is shown as follows:
Button description:
Exit — Exit from the software
Search — Search printers in the same LAN
Assign IP — Modify the IP address and other settings for the specified printer.
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2. Search printer
Click “Search” button in the main interface, the dialog box appearing will begin searching
automatically and show appearance, listing a printer in the main interface if found. The time is
counting down in the progress bar (10s in total) and the search will finish as soon as the time is over.
When going on searching, press “search” button again.
If the printer still can not be found out when the network connection is correct and in the same
network, Please check whether the network fire wall on the PC open or not. If there is fire wall,
please close it temporarily; open it again after finishing searching and setting a printer completely.
3. Setting printer’s IP address
The printer’s information is listed in the main interface, the left side of which is the model and
description and the right is the IP and MAC address. What’s more, the assign mode (dynamic/static)
is noted behind the IP address.
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1) Correlative description for IP address settings
In order to search and set printer’s IP address conveniently for the first time, the factory default
setting is DHCP mode which assigns IP address dynamically. If there is no DHCP server in the
connected LAN and printer is set to DHCP mode as well, then it will use the internal pre-set address
(IP: 10.0.0.1, Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0) automatically.
It is suggested that printer’s IP set to static in actual usage, which can cut down the time when
initializing the Ethernet interface as the printer is turned on and prevent IP conflicts (The dynamic
address used in printer may conflict with another one). The network segment part of the IP address
and Subnet Mask must be the same as those of PC connecting with a printer. For example, the
address of working PC is 192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0 (IP/Subnet Mask), then which of printer
should be set to 192.168.0.x/255.255.255.0(x=2~254 and should avoid the IP in used. It is not
restricted for NetFinder to search printers in the same network but different segment parts (can not
stride gateway). Relative glossary of IP address may refer to corresponding information.
2) Setting printer’s IP address
Select the printer information to be modified (black frame appears), click “Assign IP” button. Set the
IP in the dialog box appearing.
Check the “Use DHCP” if need to assign dynamic address, the settings above will be disabled
automatically. Please make sure there is a DHCP server in the network, or the printer can not
receive an effective IP address.
When to specify static address, uncheck “Use DHCP” and fill in “IP address”, “Subnet Mask” and
“Default Gateway”. If there is no gateway in the network, fill 255.255.255.255 in the “Default
gateway”. “IP address” and “Subnet Mask” should obey the assigning rules of local LAN (Ethernet),
please enquire the administrator of networks which the printer connects to for more details.
Click “OK” to send address setting information to the specified printer. The printer takes response
after “Close this window on success” is checked, and then this dialog is closed automatically. Select
“Reload Timer” then the software will wait for the printer’s response. Generally, printer will take
response in a circle time if network connection is correct.
Click “Cancel” if you abandon the modification.
Click “Search” in the main interface again to update printer information after modifying the printer’s
IP address.
3) Report printer’s IP address
Report the printer’s IP address, which will be used in the section “Newly-install printer network driver”
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or “Upgrade-install printer network driver (setting driver’s network port)”.
2.8.3 Installing Printer Network Driver
The ways of installing network driver are divided into Newly-install way and Upgrade-install way
according to whether the PC installs the printer driver or not.
If the printer driver hasn’t been installed on the PC, adopt newly-install way whose steps are shown in
“Newly-install printer network driver”.
If the printer driver has been installed on the PC, adopt Upgrade-install way whose steps are shown in
“Upgrade-install printer network driver”.
1. Newly-install printer network driver
1) Click "Start" → "Settings", select "Printers".
2) Click "Add printer", then come out a window of "Add Printer Wizard", click "next".
3) Come out a window of "Add Printer Wizard", then please read the select direct carefully. Such as,
select "local or Network Printer", then click "next".
4) Come out a window of "Select the Printer port", select a port you want your printer to use. For
example, select "Create a new port", select "Standard TCP/IP Port" in the port, click "next".
5) Come out a window of "Add standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard", click "Next".
6) Come out a window of "Add Port", enter the IP address reported by the "Setting printer’s IP address"
in the "Printer Name or IP Address" column. Take IP address "192.168.0.240" for example. "Port
Name" is created automatically after finishing filling in IP address.
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7) Come out a window of "Additional Port Information Required", select "Custom" in the "Device Type",
and then click "Settings".
8) Come out a window of "Port Settings"”. Affirm that "Port name” and "Printer name or IP address" are
correct, "Protocol” is "RAW" and “Port Number" is "9100", click "OK".
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9) Return to "Additional Port Information Required", click "Next".
10) Come out a window of "Completing the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard”, click "Finish".
11) In the selection of "Manufacturers/Printers", click "Have Disk", and then click "Next".
12) Come out a window of "Install From Disk". Please according to the operating system environment,
such as Windows XP operating system you should select the path as follows:
CD-ROM-"Driver"-"WIN200 (XP-Vista-Win7)", that you can find a file named: DP750.inf, click
"open", then click "OK", then return to the window "install printer software", click "next".
13) Follow the direct click "next" gradually till the installation is finish. At this time, printer network driver
is installed completely.
2. Upgrade-install printer network driver (setting driver’s network port)
If PC has installed the printer’s driver, set driver’s network port to carry out network printing. The
concrete steps are shown below:
1) Click "Start" → "Settings", select "Printers".
2) Right click DP750 driver, click "Properties" on the window coming out.
3) Come out a window of "Properties", click "Ports" and "Add Ports".
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4) Come out a window of “Printer port”, select “Standard TCP/IP Port”, click “New port”.
5) Come out a window of “Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard”, click “Next”.
6) Come out a window of “Add a port”, import the IP address reported by the “Setting printer’s IP
address” in the “Printer name or IP address” column. Take IP address “192.168.0.240” for
example. “Port name” is created automatically after finishing filling in IP address. Click “Next”.
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7) Come out a window of “Port information”, select “User-defined” in the “Equipment style”, then
click “setting”. Come out a window of “Additional Port Information Required”, select “Custom” in
the “Device Type”, then click “settings”.
8) Come out a window of “Port Settings”. Affirm that “Port name” and “Printer name or IP address”
are correct, “Protocol” is “RAW” and “Port Number” is “9100”, click “OK”.
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9) Return to “Additional Port Information Required”, click “Next”.
10) Come out a window of “Completing the Add Standard TCP/IP Printer Port Wizard”, click
“Finish”.
11) Return to “Printer Ports”, click “Close”.
12) Return to “Properties”, make sure the network port is selected, click “Apply”, and then click
“Close”. Thus, printer’s network port setting is finished.
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Chapter 3 Paper loading
3.1 Paper Thickness Adjustment
Before loading cut sheet or tractor paper, you have to adjust the gap adjust lever on the right of the printer.
To feed thicker paper through the printer, you need to move the gap adjust lever from its standard position.
The lever moves the print head relative to the platen so that there is more room for the paper.
Adjusting the Gap adjust Lever
To obtain good quality printing and prevent problems (paper jam etc.) adjust the gap adjust lever as shown
in Figure 3-1. The scale number # 1 shown in Figure 3-1 identifies the standard paper thickness setting.
This is the recommended setting for most papers. Use Table 3-1 to find the recommended setting for other
papers.
Table 3-1 Paper thickness setting
Gap adjust lever
Figure 3-1 Setting the gap adjust lever
Remark:
Position
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
Paper thickness
0.06 mm-0.12 mm
0.12 mm-0.22 mm
0.22 mm-0.32 mm
0.32 mm-0.42 mm
0.42 mm-0.52 mm
0.52 mm-0.62 mm
0.62 mm-0.70 mm
0.70 mm-0.78 mm
0.78 mm-0.85 mm
3.2 Using Cut Sheets
1. Turn the printer on.
2. Set paper select lever toward the back of printer as shown in Figure 3-2.
Paper select lever
Figure 3-2 Setting the paper select lever
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3. Position the left hand cut sheet guide by referring to the marking on the window cover. (On the left
side of the window cover, “O” indicates the transverse valid printing home position) As shown in
Figure 3-3.
“0”position
Paper guide
Figure 3-3 Adjusting the paper guide
4. If paper is longer, please pull out the small front table. (Figure 3-4)
Figure 3-4 pull out the small front table
5. Insert the paper as shown in Figure 3-5.
The paper is fed automatically into the printer and stops at the printing home position. You can set
the printer to detect skew so if the paper skews during loading, the printer detects it and
automatically ejects the paper to the front table.
Figure 3-5 Loading cut sheet
NOTE
The printer’s skew detection level can be set within the default setting menu.
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3.3 Using tractor paper
This printer feeds tractor paper from the rear of the printer to the front.
Out
In
Figure 3-6 Feeding direction of tractor paper
3.4 Tractor Paper loading
1. Connect the printer and the power supply outlet with the power cord.
2. Set paper select lever toward the front of printer as shown in Figure 3-6.
Paper select lever
Paper feed knob
Power switch
Figure 3-7 Setting the paper select lever
3. Release the lock lever of left tractor and move the tractor to the left edge of the tractor paper.
Release the lock lever of the right tractor.
4. Open the tractor paper guide and place the paper on the sprocket pins as shown in Figure 3-8,
then close the paper guide. If you are using preprinted paper or labels, install them with the
printed or labeled side facing upwards.
Right tractor paper guide
Left tractor paper guide
Figure 3-8 Setting tractor paper into the tractor
NOTE
When paper is loaded to the tractor, please set the top of paper to the edge of the tractor
paper guide, as shown in Figure 3-9.
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5. Ensure the tractor paper is inline with the printing home position. If the paper is not aligned with
the printing home position, align the paper, and then fasten the lock lever to lock the tractors.
Tractor
Paper Top
Figure 3-9 Setting paper on the sprocket pins
6. Slide the right tractor to left to take up any slack in the paper, and then fasten the lock lever to fix
the tractor in position.
7. Align the paper with the print start position.
Ensure the tractor paper is inline with the print start position. If the paper is not aligned with the
print start position, release the tractor rock levers of the left and right tractors, align the paper, and
then fasten the lock lever to lock the tractors.
3.5 Tearing off Tractor Paper
In the factory default setting, the function of loading tractor paper to tear position has been turned on.
After finish printing, the printer will load the tractor paper slot to the tear position automatically. Tractor
paper can be torn off by the printer cover edge, (as shown in Figure 3-10). If you want to change the
default setting, please turn off the function of loading tractor paper to tear position, after finish printing,
press LOAD/EJECT key to load the paper to tear position.
If the perforation of the paper is not at the edge of the top cover, adjust the tear off position (refer to
chapter 4, Control Panel).
Figure 3-10 Tractor paper tear off
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Chapter 4 Control Panel
4.1 Control Panel Keys and LEDs
This control panel consists of 4 keys and 4 indicator LEDs as shown in Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1 The Printer Control Panel
The following table details each indicator LED function:
Indicator LED
Off
On
Blink
PAPER OUT
(red)
The printer is in the
standard mode.
Combinatorial reference
(see Appendix A.2)
paper runs out and
during error condition
ONLINE
(green)
Combinatorial reference
(see Appendix A.2)
Lights when the printer
is online.
The printer is offline
COPY MODE
(green )
The printer is in the
normal mode.
The printer is in the
“1+3” mode.
The printer is in the
“1+6” mode.
SPEED MODE
(green)
The printer is in the
normal speed mode.
Lights when the printer
is in high speed mode.
The printer
super high
mode
is in
speed
Table 4-1 LEDs on the control panel
NOTE
If you set the scale number of the lever position equal to or greater than 2 in the normal
mode, the printer will transfer to the COPY MODE 1 as the current printing mode. However,
the COPY MODE LED is still off.
4.2 Basic Control Panel Operations
You can use the four keys on the control panel to operate your printer.
ONLINE
Pressing the ONLINE button, alternates between ONLINE and OFFLINE mode.
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LOAD/EJECT
COPY
When offline, press LOAD/EJECT key can control cut sheet or tractor paper feeding. In
cut sheet mode, if you press LOAD/EJECT key when offline, the paper will be ejected.
In tractor paper mode, if you had fix tractor chain wheel, press LOAD/EJECT key when
offline, the paper will be fed to the printing home position. The printer now being in the
online mode. You need to being in the offline mode again, then press LOAD/EJECT
key, paper will be fed to the tear position. Press it one more time paper will again back
to the ready position, repetition.
In the online mode, pressing the COPY key, alternates among the NORMAL, COPY
"1+3" MODE, and COPY "1+6" MODE.
LF/FF
In the offline mode, press the LF/FF key to feed the paper line by line. Alternatively,
hold the key down for several seconds, the printer will eject the cut sheet, or the tractor
paper will be reversely fed to the top-of-form position of the next page.
SPEED
In the offline mode, pressing the SPEED key alternates among the three modes: the
NORMAL SPEED mode, the HIGH SPEED mode and SUPER HIGH SPEED mode. (In
the graphics printing mode, the impacts of HIGH SPEED mode and SUPER HIGH
SPEED mode are the same.
NOTE
If the tractor paper is out while printing, please press ONLINE key after feed in the tractor
paper again.
4.3 Bill Print Function
In ONLINE mode, holding COPY key 3 seconds, after beep once, the printer enter “Invoice of
value-added tax” print mode.
In ONLINE mode, holding SPEED key 3 seconds, after beep once, the printer enter “Bill” print mode.
Note: Under “Invoice of value-added tax” mode, the printing home position can not be adjusted.
4.4 Printing Home Position Adjustment Mode
The printing home position setting determines the margin between the top of paper and the first printed
line (the top margin).
In the ONLINE mode, press the LF/FF key for about 3 seconds to enter the printing home position
adjustment mode. The ONLINE and PAPER OUT LED will blink alternating.
NOTE
Your application software usually sets your top margin. You shouldn’t need to change
the printing home position setting very often.
Use the COPY/LOAD/EJECT and LF/FF keys to alter the printing home position setting:
COPY/LOAD/EJECT: Increase the printing home position by 1/60 inch. You can increase the margin to
a maximum of +60 increments (+60/60 inch) from the factory setting.
LF/FF: Decrease the printing home position by 1/60 inch. You can decrease the margin to a maximum
of -10 (-10/60 inch) from the default setting.
To exit and save your new setting, press the ONLINE button. The PAPER OUT LED and ONLINE LED
blink simultaneously 2 times with two beeps, and then the PAPER OUT LED and ONLINE LED will be
on.
Note: When the printing home position is in the maximum, press LOAD/EJECT key, the printer
will not increase.
When the printing home position is in the minimum, press LF/FF key, the printer will not
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decrease.
NOTE
To exit without saving, just turn the printer OFF.
4.5 Tear-off Adjustment Mode
There is a tear-off bar at the edge of the window cover. When you have finished printing, you can
advance the tractor paper on the tracker to the tear-off bar by the tear-off function to easily tear off the
perforated sheets. The tear off setting determines the distance between the perforation of tractor
paper and the tear-off bar. If the default distance is not suitable for you, you can adjust it by the
printer’s tear-off adjustment feature.
With the printer online, press both the COPY/LOAD/EJECT and LF/FF keys for about 3 seconds to
get the printer to enter the tear-off adjustment mode. When the printer enters this mode, the ONLINE
LED and the POWER LED blink alternately.
Use the COPY/LOAD/EJECT and LF/FF keys to alter the tear-off setting:
COPY/LOAD/EJECT: Press the COPY/LOAD/EJECT key to adjust the distance in 1/60 inch
increments. You can maximum increase to +15/60 inch.
LF/FF: Press the LF/FF key to adjust the distance in 1/60 inch decrements. You can maximum
decrease to -15/60 inch.
To exit and save your new setting, press ONLINE key. The PAPER OUT LED and the ONLINE LED
blink simultaneously for 2 times and beep twice, then the PAPER OUT LED and ONLINE LED turn on.
Your new tear-off setting value is saved.
NOTE
To exit without saving, just turn off the printer.
4.6 Using the Setup Menu System
The factory settings of this printer are selected to meet the requirements of the majority of users.
However, you may want to use a different character set for a different language or you may prefer
printing in different font or style. To achieve this, you can use the Setup Menu System to create your
own printer settings by modifying or changing the factory defaults.
The setup menu system is divided into several groups, and each group contains a number of menu
lists, each list containing several settings. You can select a new setting of the menu list and save it, or
just go to the next menu list without altering the current setting.
4.6.1 Printing the Current Setting Report
You can use the information in the current report to decide which settings you want to change.
To print the current settings:
1. Turn the printer off.
2. If you use tractor paper, make sure the tractor paper has been fixed properly. (The width of tractor
paper at lease 240 mm)
3. Hold down both the COPY/LOAD/EJECT and LF/FF keys.
4. Turn the printer on.
The printer automatically loads paper and prints the current settings. An example print out is shown in
Figure 4-2.
Caution: 1. The options whose color is printed contrarily are the current settings. If the initialization
of “Language” is “English”, saving the setting and operating the upper steps again, and
it will print the current settings in English. The way of changing the settings is in the
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next section.
2. When the driver has compress printing scale function, If choose 80% compress mode in
the driver, at the same time, choose 75% compress mode in the menu settings system.
Then it will comes a result that the transverse compress will be 80% x 75% = 60%.
3. When choose 75% compress mode in the menu settings system, HIGH SPEED/SUPER
HIGH SPEED print mode will not be valid.
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Current Setting Report
LANGUAGE
CHINESE
EMULATION
OKI
CHAR. MODE
CHINA
FONT
SANS SER
COURIER
PRESTIGE
ENG PITCH
12 CPI
15 CPI
PROPORTIONAL
CHI PITCH
7.5 CPI
SLASH ZERO
ON
FRANCE
JAPAN
GERMANY
NORWAY
U.K.
DENMARK2
NETHER
TURKEY
MULTI
HUNGARY
PORTUGAL
KAMENICKY
SCRIPT
OCR-B
OCR-A
DENMARK1
SPAIN 2
SWEDEN
LATIN AM
ITALY
KOREA
CANADA
TURKEY
NORWAY
ICELAND
EAST EURO
BULGARIA
CYRILLIC
MAZOVIA
ORATOR
INTL CHAR SET
SPAIN 1
CHARACTER SET
LEGAL
ITALICS
CODE PAGE
RUSSIAN
LINE SPACING
FORM LENGTH
GRK 437
GRK 851
GRK8859-7
GRK 1253
ARAB NLS
ARAB EXT
WIN LAT1
WIN LAT2
ISO LTN1
ISO LTN2
TUR8859-9
ISO LTN9
KBL
LATIN 7
3 INCH
8 LPI
3.5 INCH
11/3 INCH
4 INCH
5 INCH
5.5 INCH
6 INCH
7 INCH
LETTER
12 INCH
14 INCH
3/10 INCH
4/10 INCH
5/10 INCH
6/10 INCH
004
005
006
007
2400 BPS
1200 BPS
FORM LOCK
ON
PAGE SKIP
ON
COMPRESS PRT
75%
50%
LEFT EDGE
EDGE DETECT
1/10 INCH
2/10 INCH
LEFT
RIGHT
OFF
BLACK MARK
PRINT DIR
QUIET MODE
AUTO LF
AUTO TEAR OFF
BI-DIR
LOADING
PUSH KEY
UNI-DIR
ON
ON
OFF
SKEW DETECTION
SKEW LEVEL
002
009
ON
PIN SWITCH
24
16
08
2.0 SEC.
ON
001
008
BAUD RATE
PARITY
DATA BIT
STOP BIT
PRTOCOL
0.5 SEC.
010
19200 BPS
4800 BPS
EVEN
ODD
7 BIT
2 BIT
XON/XOFF
23
15
07
22
14
06
21
13
05
20
12
04
19
11
03
18
10
02
MAC Address: XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX
DHCP: YES IP: 10.0.0.1 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 gateway: 255.255.255.255
Figure 5-2 Current setting report
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Caution: 1. Only after installed the option part of auto edge-detect, the items of edge-detect
function and black mark detect function will be printed out.
2. If the printer doesn’t install Ethernet, the relative Ethernet information, such as MAC, IP
and so on, will not be printed out in the self-testing and setting report.
4.6.2 Enter the Setup Menu System and Change the Settings
If need to use different fonts or printing formats, you can use the setup menu system to change the
settings.
The operating steps of changing the menu system
1. Turn on the printer.
2. Load the paper to the printing home position (make sure the paper is enough) then switch the
printer ONLINE.
3. Keep pressing the COPY/LOAD/EJECT key for 3 seconds.
The PAPER OUT LED and ONLINE LED blink 2 times simultaneously, it means the printer enters
setup menu system mode.
This starts the Setup Menu System and prints the instructions for using it. The current setting is
underlined.
The print head points to the current selection in the menu.
SETUP MENU SYSTEM
Use the COPY/LOAD/EJECT key to point the print head to the desired setting.
Use the LF/FF key to confirm the current setting
Use the ONLINE key to go back the previous menu (Press and hold the ONLINE key to go
back the main menu).
Press and hold the COPY key to save settings and exit.
New settings will be FILLED.
Current settings are
SYSTEM SETUP
HEAD PIN
CHARACTER PAGE LAYOUT
PRINT SETUP
SERIAL I/F
Figure 5-3 Setup Menu System
4. Make a selection from the menu with the keys on the control panel:
Press
To
LOAD/EJECT
Move the print head to the next menu selection. Repeat this until you
get the selection that you want.
LF/FF
Save the setting that is currently indicated by the print head position,
and go to the next menu. Note: Newly setting will be shown in fill
character.
ONLINE
Move to the upper menu (Holding on pressing ONLINE key will back to
main menu directly)
SPEED
Save the settings and exit the menu setting system
5. When you have made all of your settings (remember that you don’t have to go all the way through the
menu system), holding on press SPEED key, newly settings will be stored and exit the menu setting
mode. If you do not want to store the settings, just switch off the printer directly.
6. Switch the printer off and then turn on again. New settings of the menu will be stored.
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4.6.3 Restoring Factory Printer Settings
You can restore to the factory printer settings without having to work through the Setup Menu System
to reset the menus.
To restore to the factory settings:
1. Make sure that the printer is ONLINE
2. Press and hold down the ONLINE and SPEED keys on the control panel for 3 seconds.
The LEDs of the PAPER OUT and ONLINE on the control panel flash 2 times respectively at the
same time and the printer makes three beeps to confirm that the printer’s factory settings have been
restored.
3. Loosen the keys and switch the printer off and on again.
After these steps, the printer’s factory settings work.
Note: After restoring factory printer settings, the network settings also back to default.
4.6.4 Explaining Menu Terms
Options
SYSTEM SETUP
LANGUAGE
EMULATION
CHAR. MODE
CHARACTER
FONT
ENG PITCH
CHI PITCH
Description
Choose the language set menu, menu content according to setting of the
language style to print.
Select the printer emulation to match the printer driver that installed on PC.
Select the ASCII or China character mode.
Set the font for the printer to use in the absence of any font control instructions
from your software.
CHARACTER SET
Set the pitch to determine the horizontal spacing of the printed Chinese.
Set the pitch to determine the horizontal spacing of the printed Chinese.
Select or cancel the printing of a slash (/) through zero to distinguish them from
the letter O.
Select interior character (only with EPSON compatible). (USA, France,
Germany, Britain, Danmark I, Sweden, Italy, Spain I, Japan, Norway,
Danmark II, Spain II, Latin America, Korea, LEGAL, Holand, turkey)
Select character set into Italic Character Table or Graphic Character Table.
CODE PAGE
Select a code page.
SLASH ZERO
INTL CHAR SET
PAGE LAYOUT
LINE SPACING
Set the vertical spacing of the printed characters. You can set it to either 6 LPI
(the default setting) or 8 LPI.
FORM LENGTH
Set the length of your printer paper, for both cut sheets and continuous-feed
paper.
FORM LOCK
PAGE SKIP
COMPRESS PRT
Pages long setup instructions invalid.
Select (ON) or cancel (OFF, the default) a bottom margin of one inch.
Select compressed print mode or normal print mode.
LEFT EDGE
Setting distance from the first print character to the left paper edge, unit is 1/10
inch.
EDGE DETECT
BLACK MARK
PRINT SETUP
PRINT DIR
Automatic edge detection function
Whether or not choose the black mark detection.
Print direction mode include to one-way 、bidirectional and automatic mode.
When default option is automatic mode, Print direction is bidirectional. Only
choose “automatic mode”, print direction instruction in effect. If choose
“one-way” or “bidirectional” mode, print direction instruction invalid.
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QUIET MODE
Select the printer into quiet mode. The acoustic noise is lower but the printing
speed is reduced by half.
AUTO LF
Select (ON) or cancel (OFF) the automatic advance of the paper by one line
after every carriage return command.
AUTO TEAR OFF
Enable or disable AUTO TEAR OFF function. The feed delay for the tear-off
advance can be set.
LOADING
This determines the action of the printer while the single sheet paper is front
feeding.
PUSH KEY disables automatic loading allowing loading only by pressing the
LF/FF key. The other options allow automatic feeding after the stated delay
time.
SKEW DETECTION
Enable or disable the skew detection for front feeding, if the paper is more
inclined level set out, the paper automatic retreat. If you use this function value,
please refer to tilt level.
SKEW LEVEL
Sets the Skew sensor sensitivity. 001 is the most critical while 010 is the least.
If a skew error is detected the single sheet will be automatically ejected. Note:
With setting “1” manual feed becomes highly difficult.
PIN SWITCH
Select pins witch mode. The printer auto switches the different pin to print table
Line.
SERIAL I/F
BAUD RATE
Set the printer RS-232C interface speed.
PARITY
DATA BIT
STOP BIT
PROTOCOL
Set the printer RS-232C interface parity error checking type.
Set the printers RS-232C data width either 8 bits or 7 bits.
Set the printers RS-232C transmission stop bits.
Set the printers RS-232C interface protocol (handshaking).
HEAD PIN
Select broken-pin mode. The default settings is every root printed needle is
live. When the printer Is printing, if user find out broken-pin, please Select
broken-pin mode, then the printer can automatic compensate broken-pin
position.
Table 4-2 Description of options
4.6.5 Online-aptitude Parameter Settings
DP750 supports the function of online-aptitude parameter settings, which can be set in the PC with the
driver installed in.
The concrete setting steps are shown as follows:
1. Make sure that the host and the printer are connected with a cable and both the host and the printer
is turned on, the printer should be online as well.
2. Click “Start” → “Settings” → “Printers”.
3. Right click “Jolimark DP750” in the “Printers”, select “Properties”.
4. Click “Device Property” in the property page.
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5. The setting way is corresponding with that of printer menu system. In the “Printer Settings” layout,
select the first class menu in the combobox of “Select Printer Setting Class”, select the second
menu in the “Configuration” and set the item in the current parameters list.
6. Click the button “Reset All” to reset all the parameters to be the driver’s default, but not change the
printer’s settings.
7.When setting the parameters: you can click “Set Item” to save the current settings after setting each
item, or you can also click “Set All Items” after setting all parameters. After clicking “Set All Item” or
“Set Item”, the parameter’s instruction will be sent to the printer.
8. The printer’s parameter settings are changed at once after receiving the instruction and the printer
does not need to restart.
9. After finishing settings, click “OK”, exit the “Properties” window.
4.7 Using the Self Test Functions
4.7.1 ASCII Test Mode
One page of ASCII pattern is performed by turning power on while pressing the ONLINE key.
Continuous printing of ASCII pattern is performed by turning power on, while pressing the ONLINE key
and LOAD/EJECT key at the same time. Pressing the ONLINE key can stop printing, and turn off the
printer to exit ASCII test mode.
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ASCII TEST MODE
Jolimark
DP750 VX.X XXXX/XX/XX
!”#$%&’()*+,-./10123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abc
!”#$%&’()*+,-./10123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcd
”#$%&’()*+,-./10123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_’abcde
Figure 4-4 The former of English self-test
4.7.2 Maintenance Printing Test (H pattern)
One page printing of H pattern is performed by turning power on, while pressing the LF/FF key.
Press ONLINE key can stop printing, restart the printer can exit the H pattern.
H PRINT MODE
Jolimark
DP750 VX.X
XXXX/XX/XX
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Figure 4-5 The former of the maintenance print
4.7.3 Alignment Adjust Mode
Enter the alignment adjust mode to improve the print quality when the printer is used for a long time.
In DPI state, use COPY key to choose different copy mode, corresponsively adjust alignment in every
mode. In the alignment adjust title, COPY 1 indicates the “1+4” mode while COPY 2 indicates the “1+6”
mode.
1. Make sure the printer is paper in and turn on the printer.
2. In the online mode, press and hold on the LF/FF key and SPEED key until the PAPER OUT and
ONLINE indicators blink simultaneously, the printer enters the alignment adjust mode.
3. After entering the alignment adjust mode, press the following keys to adjust the degree of make
columns:
EJECT/LOAD
Each press this key, the even line will move left with one step (30 steps max.)
Press ONLINE key to check the result.
LF/FF
Each press this key, the even line will move right with one step (30 steps max.)
Press ONLINE key to check the result.
Holding on pressing SPEED
In the alignment adjust mode, press this key to the next
copy mode. It can switch among NORMAL print mode, “1+4” print mode and
“1+6” print mode. Press ONLINE key to check the result.
SPEED
Switch to the next DPI adjust state. It can switch among 80DPI, 120DPI, 180DPI,
240DPI and 360DPI. Press ONLINE key to check the result.
ONLINE
Store and print the current settings
4. Restart the printer and exit the alignment adjust mode.
Note: Alignment adjust mode will affect the printing quality, think over before adjust it and strict
to the instructions while adjusting.
4.7.4 Hex Dump Mode
Turn power on while pressing the LOAD/EJECT key, which causes the printer to enter Hex Dump mode.
In this mode, the data which are sent from computer will print with Hex mode. Pressing the ONLINE key
can stop printing, and turn off the printer to exit Hex Dump mode.
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The results of the hex dump printing will be shown as follows.
***** HEXADECIMAL DUMP *****
(0000) 1B 34 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E, 4ABCDEFGHIJKLMN
(0010) 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A 0D 0A 1B 35 OPQRSTUVWXYZ, , , 5
(0020) 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F 50 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP
(0030) 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 0D 0A
QRSTUVWXYZ,
Figure 4-6 The hexadecimal dump printing
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Appendix A
Caution
z
z
z
z
Do not open the printer top cover or rotate the paper feed knob while printing,
Do not place any heavy object on the printer no matter it is printing or not.
Turn off both the printer and the Host before connecting them. Not allow plug in the
power cord or the signal cord. Or it may burn out the Chip and damage the printer
interface or the power supply.
Turn off the printer and pull out the plug before cleaning the printer.
Carriage shaft
Paper feed platform
Figure A-1 Cleaning printer
A.1 Cleaning the Printer
Cleaning periodically and the cleaning tool
Periodical cleaning: every six months or every 300 working hours once.
Cleaning tool: dry cloth (please use soft cloth to clean metal parts.)
Cleaning the paper feed platform and spare parts
Please clean the oil covered spare parts with a piece of soft cloth. Wipe off wasted paper and clean dirt and
dust.
Cleaning the carriage shaft
There is a layer of oil covered on the carriage shaft which guarantees the carriage runs smoothly. But the oil
is easy to absorb dust, please clean the dust with soft cloth first, and then add proper lube, move print head
back and forth to make lube scattered.
Cleaning the photoelectric sensor part
As the paper feed sensor use a correlation photoelectric sensor. You should clean the parts periodically.
1. Clean the three light extinction patch every three months.
2. Clean the photoelectric sensor's protect cover every three months.
When the paper feed sensor can not detect the paper which make the paper can not be fed you may take
following actions:
1. Clean the dust on the light extinction patch.
2. Clean the dust on the protect cover of the photoelectric sensor.
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Protect cover
Protect cover
Protect cover
Light extinction patch
Light extinction patch
Figure A-2 Cleaning the dust on the protect cover of the
photoelectric sensor and the light extinction patch
Note: 1. Turn off printer and pull out the power cord before cleaning.
2. Being used under dust circumstance, the carriage shaft may stack much dust and affect
the print quality.
3. If you have just finished using the printer, let the print head cool for a few minutes before
you touch it.
4. Please use a soft cloth for cleaning, do not use combustible solvent.
A.2 Problems and Solutions
No.
Problem
Solution
1
Paper jammed while
printing
Stop printing and take the jammed paper out. Then
restart to print.
2
The carriage has no
action while printing
Stop printing, check if the ribbon is blocked or the ribbon
cartridge has been inserted properly.
3
The noise is too loud
while printing
Stop printing, check if every part is in proper position or
the running clasp has any error.
4
Bugs in the print
character
Check whether the ribbon has been inserted properly,
then print out the current settings.
Check if the print head pins have been broken.
5
Nothing prints out
while printing
Check if the ribbon is jammed or the paper select lever
in the right position
6
Paper do not feed or
feed unsmoothly
Check if the gap adjust lever is in right position, or else
send to check.
7
Carriage
runs
uneasy and has loud
noise.
Stop printing and check, if there is strange things, takes
them out; if there is a layer of dust on the carriage shaft,
clean it and add some lube.(See A1 Cleaning the printer
for reference).
8
Print characters are
too faint
Replace the ribbon carriage with a new one
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Send to
check
Send to
check
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A.3 Error LED on the Control Panel
In case of printer error, the printer enters off line state and indicates an alarm by blinking the LEDs as
shown below.
LED
Error
Remedy
The PAPER OUT LED blinks and the
ONLINE LED is off.
Paper empty or
paper jam
Load paper or remove the jammed
paper
The PAPER OUT LED and the
ONLINE LED blink simultaneously
quickly.
Paper slant
Re-insert the cut sheet paper correctly
The PAPER OUT LED and the
ONLINE LED blink alternately quickly.
Home position error
Turn off the power and turn it on again.
If an error still occurs, clean and
lubricate the carriage shaft. (see A.1
cleaning the printer)
The PAPER OUT LED and the
ONLINE LED blink alternately slowly.
Select lever error
Return the select lever to the correct
position
The PAPER OUT LED is on and the
ONLINE LED blinks. At the same
time, the print head traverse
automatically but nothing is printed.
Head overheating
Automatically traverse when print head
temperature too high. The printer will
continue to work after it cool down.
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Appendix B
B.1 Specifications
B.1.1 General
Item
Description
Type
24-Pin Flatbed Dot Matrix Impact Printer
Print direction
Unidirectional or bidirectional
Number of columns
136 columns (10 CPI)
ASCII
Print speed
Chinese
speed
10 CPI
12 CPI
speed
6.7 CPI
7.5 CPI
Super high speed
340 CPS
408 CPS
Super high speed
200 CPS
225 CPS
High speed
300 CPS
360 CPS
High speed
133 CPS
150 CPS
Normal speed
150 CPS
180 CPS
Normal speed
100 CPS
112 CPS
Diameter of wire: 0.22 mm
Print head
wire pitch: 1/180 inch
Life: 500 million dots/wire
Resolution
Character set
360 x 360 dpi (Max.)
ASCII: 17 international character sets (U.S.A, FRANCE, GERMANY, U.K, DENMARK1,
SWEDEN, ITALY, SPAIN1, JAPAN, NORWAY, DEMARK2, SPAIN2, L ATIN AM, KOREA,
LEGAL, NETHER, TURKEY)
Chinese: GB 18030
Code Page
Fonts set
Bar code
Character pitch
28 types: U.S.A, MULTI, PORTUGAL, CANADA, NORWAY, EAST EURO, CYRILLIC, RUSSIAN,
HUNGARY, KAMENICKY, TURKEY, ICELAND, BULGARIA, MAZOVIA, GRK 437, GRK
851, GRK8859-7, GRK 1253, ARAB NLS, ARAB EXT, WIN LAT1, WIN LAT2, ISL LTN1,
ISO LTN2, TUR8859-9, ISO LTN9, KBL, LATIN 7
ASCII: Draft, Roman, Sans Serif, Courier, Prestige, Script, OCR-A, OCR-B, Orator
Chinese: GB 18030 song ti
EAN-13, EAN-8, Interleaved 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, Code 39, Code 128 B, Code
128 C, NW-7
ASCII: 10 CPI, 12 CPI, 15 CPI, proportional
Chinese: 6.7 CPI, 7.5 CPI
Line space
1/6 inch, 1/8 inch, programmable in 1/360 inch increments
Emulation
EPSON
Interface
Parallel interface: Centronics (IEEE1284 NIBBLE Mode)
USB interface: USB 2.0 Full-Speed
Internet interface: 10/100Base-T Ethernet Interface
Serial interface: RS-232C
Caution: According to the specific standards
Input Buffer
132 KB
Ribbon
ESC/P-K2、OKI 5530SC
Model: JMR121
Life: 10 million characters (draft mode)
Noise
<55 dB (A) (ISO7779 standard)
Control panel
4 keys and 4 indicator lights
Paper feed type
Paper specification
Cut sheet: Load/eject from the front
Continuous paper: load front the rear, eject from the front
Cut sheet
Width: 70 ~ 435 mm
Length: 56 ~ 536 mm
Thickness: 0.06 ~ 0.85 mm
Weight: 45 ~ 150 g/m
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Multiple paper (Every page): 30 ~ 40 g/m2
Width: 76 ~ 420 mm
Continuous paper
Total Thickness: 0.06 ~ 0.85 mm
Weight (Single paper): 45 ~ 150 g/m2
Multiple paper (Every page): 30 ~ 40 g/m
Max paper thickness
0.85 mm
Copy
Original + 6 copies
Automatic function
2
STANDARD: Document Skew detection
OPTIONAL: Automatic document border detection, Black mark detection
Compress set
Support graph and character printing
Especial function
Pin Break Compensation, Pin Rotation Replacement, Automatic Emulation Match, Online
Parameter Setting, Full slot position paper loading and printing (OPTIONAL)
Physical dimensions
600 (Width) × 355 (Depth) × 220 (Height) mm
Weight
Approx. 11Kg
Operating environment
Environmental
conditions
Storage environment
Power requirements
Temperature: 5 ~ 40℃
Humidity: 40%RH ~ 90%RH (No condensation)
Temperature: -40 ~ 55℃
Humidity: ≤93%RH (40°, No condensation)
Rated voltage range: 176 ~ 242 V
Rated frequency range: 50 ~ 60 Hz
① Working power: 45W; ② Largest power: 160W; ③ Waiting power: 4.5W.
Power
Caution: Only when the product is unconnected with outer power supply, it can achieve
zero energy consumption state.
Reliability
MTBF≥15,000 hours (IEC 605.7standard)
Wireless
disturbance
Grade B
B.2 Interface Specification
DP750 is configured with Centronics (IEEE1284 NIBBLE) parallel interface, 2.0 Full-Speed USB
interface, RS-232 serial interface or 10/100Base-T Ethernet interface. You can connect to the
computer according to your requirement.
B.2.1 Parallel Interface
Sequence and signal level
Sequence Diagram as B-1
Signal level
Input
High level: 2 to 5V, Low level: 0 to 0.8V
Output
High level: 2.4 to 5V, Low level: 0 to 0.4V
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DATA
STROBE
T1 T2 T 3
BUSY
ACK
(Field number 77: MODE 1)
T1 ~ T3: Min.0.5us
T4: Approx.3.8us
T5: Approx.2.1us
T5
T4
ACK
(Field number 77: MODE 2)
T4
B-1 Sequence Diagram
Connector Pin Assignments
Signal Pin No.
Return Line Pin No.
Signal Name
Signal Direction
Printer ← Host
2 ~ 9
STROBE
DATA
10
11
12
13
——
ACK
BUSY
PE
SELECT
Printer → Host
Printer → Host
Printer → Host
Printer → Host
14
——
Printer ← Host
15
16
17
18
——
——
——
——
AUTO FEED
NC
SIGNAL GND
CHASSIS GND
+5V
NC
Printer ↔ Host
Printer ↔ Host
Printer → Host
31
——
PRIME
Printer ← Host
32
——
Printer → Host
33
34
35
——
——
——
ERROR
SIGNAL GND
NC
PULLED UP 5V
36
——
SELECTIN
Printer ← Host
1
Printer ← Host
Printer ↔ Host
Printer → Host
Printer → Host
B.2.2 USB Interface
USB 2.0 Full-Speed.
The following table provides the standardized contact terminating assignments by number and
electrical value for Series “A” and Series “B” connectors.
Contact Number
Signal Name
Typical Wiring Assignment
1
VBUS
Red
2
D-
White
3
D+
Green
4
GND
Black
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2
1
3
4
B-2 USB-B Type Connector
B.2.3 Ethernet Interface
10/100Base-T Ethernet interface, it can connect to 10/100M Ethernet.
B-3 Ethernet interface
B.2.4 Serial Interface
Serial Specification
Data input/output mode: 7-bit or 8-bit serial interface
Data input code: ASCII, JIS 7-bit or 8-bit, International character code, CG, Dot matrix graphic code
based on graphic symbol code (8-bit)
Data buffer: 132K bytes most
Signal level: RS-232C: ±12V
Data transit speed (baud rate) RS-232C: 1200bps, 2400bps, 4800bps, 9600bps, 19200bps
Data transmission protocol RS-232C: READY/BUSY (DTR) or X-ON/X-OFF
Synchronous system: original bit: 1 bit
stop bit: 1~2 bit
Character length: 7~8 bits
Data bit
Original bit
Parity check bit
Stop bit
B-4 Serial data format
Connector Pin Assignments
RS-232C default settings
PIN
1
2
3
4
7
20
ABBREVIATION
FG
SD
RD
RTS
SG
DTR
NAME
Frame Ground
Transmitted Data
Received Data
Request to Send
Signal Ground
Data Terminal Ready
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DIRECTION
——
OUT
IN
OUT
——
OUT
RDY/BSY
O
X
O
*
O
O
X-ON/X-OFF
O
O
O
*
O
O
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O: USE
X: NOT USE
*: HIGH LEVEL
Signal description:
Prescription of signal level on RS-232C
1=Low (Mark): -23 ~ -3 V
0=High (Space): +3 ~ +25V
RDY/BSY protocol (RS-232C)
PIN 1
FG (Frame Ground — connect to the printer rack
Connect to the circuit frame ground
PIN 3
RD (Received Data)
Receive serial data from the computer through this pin. This pin is low level when it receives no
data.
PIN 7
SG (Signal Ground)
Connect to the signal ground
PIN 20
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
This pin is high level when the printer is ready to receive data. It is low level when not ready to
receive data.
X-ON/X-OFF Protocol
PIN 1
FG (Frame Ground — connect to the printer rack)
Connect to the circuit frame ground.
PIN 2
SD (Transmitted Data)
Send serial data to the printer through this pin. This pin is low level when it receives no data.
PIN 3
RD (Received Data)
Receive serial data from the printer through this pin. This pin is low level when it receives no
data.
PIN 4
RTS (Request to Send)
Send Request to send signal from the printer. This pin is high level when the printer is turned on.
PIN 7
SG (Signal Ground)
Connect to the signal ground.
PIN 20
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
Output the signal from the printer. This pin is high level when the printer is turned on.
B.3 Printable Area
Note: 1. For assurance of the print quality, please insure print contents all in printable area.
2. If print contents to outrun the printable area, may cause the print head break needle.
Cut Sheet Printable Area:
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≥4mm
≥3mm
Max.345.44mm
≥3mm
Printable Area
≥6mm
B-5 The printable area of Cut sheet, check, post card
Tractor Paper Printable Area:
Max.345.44mm
Printable Area
≥6mm
≥15mm
≥15mm
B-6 The printable area of tractor paper
B.4 Cautions of Printing
z
The paper which inserted should not be collapsed, tore or carry any staple, clip or pin and so on. (As
shown in B-7) Or else, it will damage the printer seriously.
z
Do not use the print paper which edges fall into disrepair.
z
In cut sheet print mode, do not use the one page tractor paper or the one page copy paper. Because
the hole on the tractor paper edge and the impress on the copy paper edge will cause printing jam. (As
shown in B-8)
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Pin
Tear
Clip
Staple
B-7
One page tractor paper
One page copy paper
B-8
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Appendix C Command Code Summary
C.1 Epson Emulation
Name
Code (Symbol)
Code (Hex.)
Code (Dec.)
CR
LF
ESC J
ESC j
0Dh
0Ah
1Bh 4Ah
1Bh 6Ah
13d
10d
27d 74d
27d 106d
ESC 0
ESC 2
ESC 3
ESC A
ESC +
FF
ESC C
ESC C NUL
ESC ( C
ESC N n
ESC O
VT
ESC B
ESC /
ESC b
ESC Q
ESC l
HT
ESC D
ESC SP
ESC $
ESC \
ESC ( U
ESC ( V
ESC ( v
ESC ( c
ESC c
ESC f
1Bh 30h
1Bh 32h
1Bh 32h
1Bh 41h
1Bh 2Bh
0Ch
1Bh 43h
1Bh 43h 00h
1Bh 28h 43h
1Bh 4Eh
1Bh 4Fh
0Bh
1Bh 42h
1Bh 2Fh
1Bh 62h
1Bh 51h
1Bh 6Ch
09h
1Bh 44h
1Bh 20h
1Bh 24h
1Bh 5Ch
1Bh 28h 55h
1Bh 28h 56h
1Bh 28h 76h
1Bh 28h 63h
1Bh 63h
1Bh 66h
27d 48d
27d 50d
27d 51d
27d 65d
27d 43d
12 d
27d 67d
27d 67d 0d
27d 40d 67d
27d 78d
27d 79d
11d
27d 66d
27d 47d
27d 98d
27d 81d
27d 108d
9d
27d 68d
27d 32d
27d 36d
27d 92d
27d 40d 85d
27d 40d 86d
27d 40d 118d
27d 40d 99d
27d 99d
27d 102d
ESC x
ESC M
ESC P
ESC g
ESC p
SO
DC4
ESC W
SI
DC2
ESC E
ESC F
ESC G
ESC H
ESC 4
ESC 5
ESC - n
ESC S n
1Bh 78h
1Bh 4Dh
1Bh 50h
1Bh 67h
1Bh 70h
0Eh
14h
1Bh 57h
0Fh
12h
1Bh 45h
1Bh 46h
1Bh 47h
1Bh 48h
1Bh 34h
1Bh 35h
1Bh 2Dh
1Bh 53h
27d 120d
27d 77d
27d 80d
27d 103d
27d 112d
14d
20d
27d 87d
15d
18d
27d 69d
27d 70d
27d 71d
27d 72d
27d 52d
27d 53d
27d 45d
27d 83d
Print and Line Feed Execution
Carriage Return
Line Feed
n/180” Line Feed
n/180” Reverse Line Feed
Format Control
Set 1/8” Line Spacing
Set 1/6” Line Spacing
Set n/180” Line Spacing
Set n/60” Line Spacing
Set n/360” Line Spacing
Form Feed
Set Form Length in Lines
Set Form Length in Inches
Set Form Length in Defined Unit
Select Skip-Over-Perforation
Cancel Skip-Over-Perforation
Vertical Tab
Set Vertical Tab Positions
Select a VFU Channel
Select VFU Positions
Set right Margin
Set Left Margin
Horizontal Tab
Set Horizontal Tab Positions
Set Character Space
Set Absolute Horizontal Tab
Set Relative Dot Position
Define Unit
Set Absolute Vertical Print Position
Set Relative Vertical Print Position
Set Form Format
Set Horizontal Motion Index (HM)
Set Horizontal/Vertical Skip
Print Mode
Select Print Quality
Select ELITE Width Mode (12CPI)
Select PICA Width Mode (10CPI)
Select 15CPI Mode
Select/Cancel Proportional Mode
Select Double Width Mode (one line)
Cancel Double Width Mode (one line)
Select/Cancel Double Width Mode
Select Compressed Mode
Cancel Compressed Mode
Select Emphasized Mode
Cancel Emphasized Mode
Select Double Strike Mode
Cancel Double Strike Mode
Select Italic Mode
Cancel Italic Mode
Select/Cancel Underline Mode
Select Superscript/Subscript Mode
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Name
Cancel Superscript/Subscript Mode
Select Print Mode
Select/Cancel Double Height Mode
Select/Cancel Quiet Print Mode
Select Justification Mode
Select Character Style
Define and Apply a Style of Scoring
Print Data as Characters
Code (Symbol)
ESC T
ESC ! n
ESC w n
ESC s n
ESC a n
ESC q n
ESC ( ESC ( ^
Code (Hex.)
1Bh 54h
1Bh 21h
1Bh 77h
1Bh 73h
1Bh 61h
1Bh 71h
1Bh 28h 2Dh
1Bh 28h 5Eh
Code (Dec.)
27d 84d
27d 33d
27d 119d
27d 115d
27d 97d
27d 113d
27d 40d 45d
27d 40d 94d
ESC R
ESC k
ESC t n
ESC R n
ESC 6
ESC 7
ESC ( t
ESC X
1Bh 52h
1Bh 6Bh
1Bh 74h
1Bh 52h
1Bh 36h
1Bh 37h
1Bh 28h 74h
1Bh 58h
27d 82d
27d 107d
27d 116d
27d 82d
27d 54d
27d 55d
27d 40d 116d
27d 88d
Select/Deselect User-Defined Set
Define Downloaded Characters
ESC % n
ESC &
1Bh 25h
1Bh 26h
27d 37d
27d 38d
Copy ROM Characters Set into RAM
ESC :
1Bh 3Ah
27d 58d
ESC K
ESC L
ESC Y
ESC Z
1Bh 4Bh
1Bh 4Ch
1Bh 59h
1Bh 5Ah
27d 75d
27d 76d
27d 89d
27d 90d
ESC *
ESC ?
ESC ( G
ESC .
1Bh 2Ah
1Bh 3Fh
1Bh 28h 47h
1Bh 2Eh
27d 42d
27d 63d
27d 40d 71d
27d 46d
CAN
DEL
DC1
DC3
ESC #
ESC >
ESC =
18h
7Fh
11h
13h
1Bh 23h
1Bh 3Eh
1Bh 3Dh
24d
127d
17d
19d
27d 35d
27d 62d
27d 61d
NUL
BEL
BS
ESC @
ESC <
ESC U n
ESC r n
ESC EM n
00h
07h
08h
1Bh 40h
1Bh 3Ch
1Bh 55h
1Bh 72h
1Bh 19h
0d
7d
8d
27d 64d
27d 60d
27d 85d
27d 114d
27d 25d
ESC ~ g n
ESC ~ V m n
ESC ~ 4 n
ESC ~ 5 n
ESC ~ c n
ESC ~ B n
ESC ~ T n
1Bh 7Eh 67h
1Bh 7Eh 56h
1Bh 7Eh 34h
1Bh 7Eh 35h
1Bh 7Eh 63h
1Bh 7Eh 42h
1Bh 7Eh 54h
27d 126d 103d
27d 126d 86d
27d 126d 52d
27d 126d 53d
27d 126d 99d
27d 126d 66d
27d 126d 84d
Character Set
Select International Character Set
Select Font Style
Select Character Table
Select International Character set
Enable Character Set 2
Cancel command ESC 6
Assign Character Table
Select Font by Pitch and Point
Download Character
Bit-Image
Select Single-Density Graphics Mode
Select Double-Density Graphics Mode
Select High-speed, Double-Density
Select Quadruple-Density
Graphics Mode
Select Graphics Mode
Reassign Graphics Mode
Select Graphics Mode
Print Raster Graphics
Input Data Control
Cancel Line
Delete Character
Select Printer
Deselect Printer
Cancel MSB Control Sequence
Set MSB to 1
Reset MSB to 0
Miscellaneous
Null
Beeper
Backspace
Initialize Printer
Select Unidirectional Mode (on line)
Select Print Direction
Select Print Color
Set A.S.F. Functions
Additional Commands
HI-SPEED/LOAD/EJECT Paper
Adjust Top Margin
Set/Reset Slashed Zero
Select Emulation
Select Quarter Print Function
Select High-speed Print Function
Set Top Margin
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Name
Select Tear Off Function
Select Font Style
Select ELITE Width Mode (12CPI)
Select PICA Width Mode (10CPI)
Select 15CPI Mode
Select 17CPI Mode
Select 20CPI Mode
Select Double Height Mode
Select Fourfold Height Mode
Select Double Width Mode
Select Fourfold Width Mode
Select Double Width and Double Height
Mode
Code (Symbol)
ESC ~ C n
ESC ~ x n
ESC ~ 3 1
ESC ~ 3 0
ESC ~ 3 6
ESC ~ 3 2
ESC ~ 3 7
ESC ~ 1 1
ESC ~ 1 2
ESC ~ 1 3
ESC ~ 1 4
Code (Hex.)
1Bh 7Eh 43h
1Bh 7Eh 78h
1Bh 7Eh 33h 01 h
1Bh 7Eh 33h 00 h
1Bh 7Eh 33h 06 h
1Bh 7Eh 33h 02 h
1Bh 7Eh 33h 07 h
1Bh 7Eh 31h 01 h
1Bh 7Eh 31h 02 h
1Bh 7Eh 31h 03 h
1Bh 7Eh 31h 04 h
Code (Dec.)
27d 126d 67d
27d 126d 120d
27d 126d 51d 1d
27d 126d 51d 0d
27d 126d 51d 6d
27d 126d 51d 2d
27d 126d 51d 7d
27d 126d 49d 1d
27d 126d 49d 2d
27d 126d 49d 3d
27d 126d 49d 4d
ESC ~ 1 5
1Bh 7Eh 31h 05 h
27d 126d 49d 5d
Select Fourfold Width and Double Height
Mode
ESC ~ 1 6
1Bh 7Eh 31h 06 h
27d 126d 49d 6d
Cancel Double or Fourfold Width and
Height Mode
ESC ~ 1 0
1Bh 7Eh 31h 00 h
27d 126d 49d 0d
Set n/120” Line Spacing
Cancel Reverse Mode
Select Reverse Mode
Select language of Print settings
Bar Code Printing
ESC ~ 0 n
ESC ~ 2 0
ESC ~ 2 1
ESC ~ L n
ESC } R
1Bh 7Eh 30h
1Bh 7Eh 32h 00 h
1Bh 7Eh 32h 01 h
1Bh 7Eh 4Ch
1Bh 7Dh 52h
27d 126d 48d
27d 126d 49d 0d
27d 126d 49d 1d
27d 126d 76d
27d 125d 82d
ESC ~ R 0
ESC ~ R 1
ESC ~ R 2
ESC ~ R 3
ESC ~ R 4
ESC ~ R 5
1Bh 7Eh 52h 00 h
1Bh 7Eh 52h 01 h
1Bh 7Eh 52h 02 h
1Bh 7Eh 52h 03 h
1Bh 7Eh 52h 04 h
1Bh 7Eh 52h 05 h
27d 126d 82d 0d
27d 126d 82d 1d
27d 126d 82d 2d
27d 126d 82d 3d
27d 126d 82d 4d
27d 126d 82d 5d
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