Operator Manual Thermal Printer C-56 E

Operator Manual
Thermal Printer
C-56
E
Thermal Printer C-56
Release
Release
C.Bernhart
Approved Hengstler
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1.0
Mar 03th, 2005
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Changes
Date
09 Nov 2004
03 Jun 2005
26 Jul 2005
17 Jul 2006
21 Jan 2008
15 May 2009
5 Aug 2009
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1.0
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1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
17 Oct 2011
1.7
3 Apr 2013
1.8
30 Jul 2015
1.9
Additional Content
First Release
RS 232 extension
Update technical data, troubleshooting
Update USB cable spec; add safety hint
Update spare parts; add EMC hints; adding sensor options
Revise EMC specs.
Add 12 volt specs, chute sensor, hardware PPE sensor. Add reference to short
chute shroud.
Add limitation on reversing paper. Added German paper specification. Removed
reference to German operating manual with wrong P/N.
Clarify serial pinout; add wiring diagram for serial connection cable; correct heightwidth-depth abbreviations; modified warning definition;
Addition of chapter 2.3 and power supply pinout; various minor corrections
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Contents
RELEASE.............................................................................................................................. 2 CHANGES ............................................................................................................................. 2 1.0 Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 4 1.1 ADDITIONAL LITERATURE .......................................................................................... 4 2.0 Important Information and Safety Instructions .............................................................. 5 2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 5 2.2 SYSTEM-SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND SYMBOLS ....................................... 5 2.3 PRINTER INSTALLATION ........................................................................................... 6 3.0 Layout and Function ........................................................................................................ 7 3.1 STRUCTURE OF THE C-56 THERMAL PRINTER ............................................................... 7 3.2 FUNCTIONS OF THE PRINTER ..................................................................................... 8 4 . 0 Operation ........................................................................................................................ 10 4.1 START UP OF THE SYSTEM ..................................................................................... 10 4.2 LOADING OF PAPER ............................................................................................... 10 5.0 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 11 5.1 CLEARING PAPER JAMS ......................................................................................... 12 5.2 REPLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS ............................................................................ 13 6.0 Technical Data ............................................................................................................ 14 6.1 GENERAL DATA ..................................................................................................... 14 6.2 CONFIGURATION OF THE INTERFACES ...................................................................... 15 6.3 PAPER SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 16 6.4 DATA SPECIFIC TO PRINTING................................................................................... 16 6.5 ORDER NUMBERS FOR SPARE MODULES: ................................................................ 16 Part No. 2 684 019
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Thermal Printer C-56
1.0 Introduction
Thank you for selecting the Hengstler C-56 printer! We are proud of this feature-rich product, which was
designed using all our expertise and experience, and we are confident that you will be pleased with the
advanced features and outstanding performance.
This Operator Manual is designed to help you with the proper installation, connection to your host computer
system and start-up of the C-56 thermal printer system. All necessary details will be further explained in the
following sections. Please read this manual carefully before starting up the thermal printer. If you have any
further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our head office or one of our branch offices.
The thermal printer does not require any servicing and is intended primarily for printing documents and receipts,
at a printing speed up to 220 mm/sec for the 24 VDC version, and up to 160 mm/sec for the 12 VDC version,
when powered by an appropriate power supply and when printing on endless thermal paper with paper weight
ranging from 50 to 60 g/m2. The paper width may vary from 58 to 60 mm (2.28" to 2.36"). While documents may
be any length greater than 120 mm, most documents will fall in the range of 120 to 297 mm.
The horizontal and vertical print density is 203 dpi so that graphics, such as logos etc. can be printed with good
quality.
The printer mechanism has been designed in particular for application in self-service gasoline pumps in service
stations, in terminals and vending applications. The modular design enables the main components to be
replaced in less than 2 minutes. The controller integrated in the printer mechanism controls all printing functions
and is provided with an USB 1.1 port for the host computer. Driver software is available that supports the
Windows XP/7/8/10 and Linux operating systems. In addition, the printer can also be activated directly in ASCII
mode through ESC/FS sequences; a detailed description of the different sequences is contained in the
Emulation Manual.
1.1
Additional Literature
C-56 Emulation Manual
Paper Specification (English)
Paper Specification (German)
Dimensional Drawing
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D 684 017
D 684 012
D 684 010
D 684 048 etc; see the C-56 download area at www.hengstler.de
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Thermal Printer C-56
2.0 Important Information and Safety Instructions
2.1
General Information
The company Hengstler GmbH will not accept any liability for direct or consequential damages arising due to
improper use of the thermal printer and, in particular, due to non-compliance with this operating manual or to
improper handling and maintenance. The supply of technical documentation does not imply any authorization by
Hengstler GmbH to make additions, repairs or modifications.
This documentation may not be copied, nor shall its contents be disclosed or used commercially unless this has
otherwise been explicitly agreed. The user is responsible for proper handling and installation of the printer. The
printer should only be shipped in its original packing.
2.2
System-Specific Safety Instructions and Symbols
Hengstler GmbH will not accept any liability for the safe operation of the C-56 thermal printer unless Hengstler
original products are used exclusively and the following instructions and recommendations are heeded.

If unauthorized persons perform any repairs or modifications to the printer mechanism and the
controller, HENGSTLER will not accept any liability and the guarantee shall be void.

Unapproved types of thermal paper may dramatically reduce the life of the print head and may
void the guarantee. For pre-printed thermal paper make sure that only appropriate inks are
used. Details can be found in the Hengstler Paper Specifications D 684 012.

The connector for the power supply must not be plugged in or disconnected under load in order
to avoid damage to the electrical components and the thermal printhead.

Avoid strong vibration, shocks and impacts since they may damage or even destroy sensitive
electronic and mechanical components. Do not touch the surface of the printer control board in
order to prevent static electricity from damaging sensitive components.

The thermal printer must not be used near to high-frequency apparatus or strong magnetic fields
in order to prevent undefined magnetic disturbance.


Do not make any attempts to service this printer (e.g. change paper) while the printer is printing.
Installing or uninstalling the printer must only be done while using adequate ESD protection.
The following symbols on the system and in the manual remind you to follow the relevant safety
instructions:
General warning for cases where the user or service personnel may be in danger.

General notes and hints for operating the system safely.
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2.3
Printer Installation
The C-56 printer uses electrically conductive housing materials which help to eliminate electrostatic charging
during printing. In order to protect the printer from damages caused by externally applied charges, e.g. when
electrostatically charged customers grab the receipt at the printer chute, the printer must be grounded.
The mounting holes of the printer’s base unit can be utilized for this where a ground wire with lug may be
inserted in one of the two screw points.
If the printer is mounted in an electrically conductive and already grounded panel, additional wiring can be
omitted if sufficient electrical contact is ensured through the mounting points.

Caution:
The C-56 printer mouting must ensure permanent electrical connection of the printer’s base unit to
ground. This measure serves the draining of externally applied electrostatic charge.
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Thermal Printer C-56
3.0 Layout and Function
All modules of the C-56 thermal printer mechanism are delivered in operating condition. After connecting the
printer to a USB 1.1 or 2.0 port on the host system (PC) and to a properly rated 24 VDC or 12 VDC power supply
(depending upon the model), and installing the driver software (if needed), the printer is ready for operation.
This thermal printer is a built-in module to be operated only as part of an overall system like e.g.
a vending application. Please, also consider the storage and operating conditions (see also
under chapter 6 - Technical Data).

3.1
Structure of the C-56 Thermal Printer
Optional Paper Pre-End
Sensor connection
USB or RS232 Interface,
DC power connector on controller board
Printhead up lever
Thermal printer mechanism
Mounting holes
Hinge pin
Thermal paper roll
Eject chute
Base unit with paper tray
Fig.1
Thermal printer, front view left hand
The C-56 Thermal Printer is composed of three main units: thermal printer with integrated Controller, basic unit
with paper tray and two hinge pins, and an eject chute supported by the basic unit. These hinge pins secure the
printer mechanism on the basic unit. If both hinge pins are retracted in part, the printer mechanism can be re moved. If only one hinge pin is retracted, the printer mechanism can be pivoted around the remaining hinge pin.
The Eject Chute is provided with guides that engage in the basic unit firmly and with high dimensional accuracy.
The paper roll lies in the paper tray loosely. The sensitive side of the thermal paper must be outside or be
directed upward.

Note: A shorter Eject Chute is also available for OEM applications. When this shorter chute is
used, an external, customer-supplied shroud must be used! Failure to use this shroud will
cause increased paper jams. Contact Hengstler for details of the shroud design.

In Fig. 1, the protective plastic cover has been removed (also see Fig. 2) to provide a view of the
controller board. But for operation, this plastic cover must be in place.
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3.2
Functions of the Printer
The printhead of the C-56 printer mechanism has a horizontal resolution of 203 dpi (dots per inch). Thus, the 448
dots allow printing of lines with a maximum width of 56 mm. The stepper motor affects the paper feed by means
of a platen that is rotated via gearing. The transmission ratio of this gearing has been selected in such a way that
the vertical dot resolution is also 203 dpi; this corresponds to a paper movement of 0.125 mm. All functions of the
printer mechanism are controlled by the integrated Controller.
Fig. 2
Diagram of paper transport
The paper is inserted into the printer through the upper and lower paper guides and led over the platen. As soon
as the reflective LED sensor L1a in the upper guide detects the front paper edge, 'automatic paper insertion' will
start and the paper is transported until its front edge can be seized in the eject chute. The LED L2 signals that
the printer is ready by flashing slowly.

In the event the paper edge is not detected within approximately 5 seconds, the printer will
assume a malfunction and LED L2 (on the component side of the controller board) will flash
rapidly, indicating 'No paper/paper end'. The paper loading process is then aborted and must be
repeated.
As an alternative, the reflective LED sensor L1b may be installed instead of the sensor L1a. It will detect the
paper edges and recognize position identification marks (Black Marks) on the back side of the paper. The
ejected paper is cut when the user pulls it from the printer, thereby tearing it straight over the cutter. The shape of
the triangle cutter knife provides for a clean cut. The further paper transport will be carried out by program
control.
Optional reflective LED sensor L3 detects the presence of paper in the eject chute. The status of L3 can
determined via the Query command and is reported as part of the C-56 status bytes. See the C-56 Emulation
Manual D 684 017 for details on querying this sensor and the format of the response.
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Optional reflective LED sensor L4 is located on the left outside of the paper reservoir and detects when the
diameter of the paper roll decreases below a fixed dimension, indicating that paper is low. This is a hardware
alternative to the default paper low system, which requires thermal paper with black marks at the end of the
paper roll. The status of L4 can determined via the Query command and is reported as part of the C-56 status
bytes. See the C-56 Emulation Manual D 684 017 for details on querying this sensor and the format of the
response.

In case of any trouble during paper feed, the printhead can be lifted from the platen manually
using the “printhead up” lever so that the paper can be pulled out of the printer mechanism.
Caution !
Do not lift the printhead during printing or the thermal printhead may be damaged or destroyed
by overheating.
Fig. 2a
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4.0 Operation
Once the C-56 thermal printer is connected to the power supply and the host's interface port, and the driver (if
needed) is installed, the printer is ready for use.
4.1
Start up of the System
1. The connection to power supply is to be done
Locking tab
exclusively by means of the supplied cable.
Make sure that the power supply is always
switched off before the connector is plugged in or
removed. The locking tab of the connector should
always be directed towards the paper insert side.
Connector
Power Supply
2. Connect the a) mini - USB port of the printer
Mini - USB
Fig. 3
4.2

Micro – RS232
Be sure to use the supplied
cable tie to secure the RS232 cable and avoid possible
damage to this connector.
Connections of the thermal printer to the system
mechanism with a USB – interface, or b) micro RS232 port with a RS232 interface of your PC,
using the supplied USB / RS232 cable.
On USB, Windows will then automatically
recognize the new connected device and install
the appropriate driver software.
3. Install the driver software on the host system (PC).
Please, consider the coordination of the drivers with
the operating systems and respect the current
instructions supplied together with the drivers.
Loading of Paper
Please only use paper of the recommended quality. Thermal paper with other specifications or poorer
quality may reduce the service life of the thermal printhead considerably and will invalidate the printer's
warranty.
1. Pull the protective sheathing from the paper roll
and cut the paper end at right angles to the
direction of feed as far as possible. Truncated,
lacerated or folded paper edges can produce a
paper jam during automatic insertion. Also
perforations of the paper web or rounded edges
are not acceptable.
2. Lay the paper roll into the paper tray as shown in
the illustration. The thermal sensitive paper surface
must be situated outside or on top.
3. Insert the paper into the printer mechanism. As
soon as the sensor in the paper guide detects
paper, the controller starts the automatic paper
insertion.
Fig. 4
Loading of the paper roll
4. Cut off the paper appearing in the eject chute by
pulling it straight out.
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5.0 Troubleshooting
The paper path in the printer mechanism is almost straight so that proper paper feed and guiding will prevent
paper jams (see also Fig. 2). The following malfunctions if any will be recognized and signaled by the integrated
controller:
Paper Insert Error
In case the 'Automatic Paper Insertion' starts, but the paper has been held
back by hand too long time or has been fed in skewed, the paper path can
indicate a ‘Paper Insert Error’ caused by a time out of the sensor routine.
As failure corrective action, pull the paper back. In case the paper has
already been transported by the platen, left the printhead, pull back the
paper and restart the loading procedure.
No Paper Insertion
In case the ‘Automatic Paper Insertion’ does not start and the motor stalls,
with a characteristic rattling sound. If the printer has been left with no paper
inserted for a longer period (e.g. a day or more), the printhead can cause a
temporary depression of the platen and the motor will not start turning.
Lift the printhead using the head lift lever (see Fig. 5) and insert paper.
Release the head lift lever after the motor begins to run smoothly and the
platen begins to pull the paper. Continue the auto loading procedure.
Paper Jam
During operation, a paper jam may occur in the eject chute due to paper
scraps, etc. Jamming may also occur from reversing the paper for more than
the 150 mm specified maximum reverse distance.
As failure corrective action, tilt the printer mechanism open and remove
any paper scraps found at the entrance into the eject chute. In case the eject
chute has been clogged deliberately (vandalism), the chute will have to be
dismounted and cleaned. Afterwards repeat the paper loading routine.
Paper End
The sensor L1 (a or b, depending upon the variant of sensor placement) will
detect the end of the paper, e.g. in case of a torn paper web.
As failure corrective action, remove the document that has already partly
been printed (see Paper Jam) and repeat the paper loading routine. If
necessary, load a new paper roll.
Paper Pre-End
The sensor L1 recognizes the 'paper pre-end mark' so that the controller can
transmit the status message 'Paper Pre-End' upon receipt of the Query
Status command. Alternatively, if so equipped, sensor L4 will detect that the
paper roll diameter has decreased to the point that it is no longer reflecting
the side of the paper roll when in the rest position, and will transmit the
‘Paper Pre-End” status message when queried. In either case, the printing
of further documents will not be blocked unless the printer detects 'Paper
End'. A new loading operation will cancel this message.
Undefined Error
In case none of the above mentioned failures is detected, the printer may be
blocked by the operating system because e.g. the printer is not recognized
by the PC. If no other obvious disorder of the operating system is found, we
recommend as failure corrective action to disconnect the USB cable from
the PC. The operating system will then deactivate the driver software. Reestablish the USB connection after an interruption of about 1 minute in order
to re-activate the driver software.
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5.1
Clearing Paper Jams
In order to clear a paper jam, detach the document that is already present in the eject chute and retract the
remaining paper manually. Paper scraps remaining in the area between the print mechanism and eject chute can
be removed after the printer is tilted open.
Push to lift printhead
In case there is still paper between the printhead and the
platen, remove the friction between head and platen by
pressing down the lever and then pull the paper back by
hand.
Never actuate this lever during the printing
operation or else the printhead will overheat.
Fig. 5
Open paper path for removing paper
If a partly printed document remains in the printer
mechanism, e.g. in the event of a paper end signal due to
a tear, and it does not appear in the eject chute, the
printer mechanism will have to be tilted open and the
document be taken out by hand. Note that additional care
must be taken concerning wire routing if the optional
chute sensor or hardware paper-low sensor are installed.
LED L2
Drive
pinion
Partly
printed
paper
1. Pull the hinge pin back into its tilt position.
2. Then tilt the printer open as illustrated. Now, the
partially printed document will be visible and can be
pulled out over the eject chute.
3. Eject the document by twisting the motor pinion gear
clockwise until the document leaves the friction area
of the platen.
Hinge pin
Fig. 6
Tilt the printer mechanism open for paper removal
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4. Remove the partially printed document. Then again tilt
the printer mechanism back into its operating position
and secure it by snapping the hinge pin into its
operating position.
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5.2
Replacement of Components
The C-56 thermal printer does not require any servicing. It has been designed such that its main modules
represented in the illustration below can be replaced also by the operational staff after short briefing, within less
than 2 minutes. The modules do not require any adjustment. Note that additional care must be taken concerning
wire routing if the optional chute sensor or hardware paper-low sensor are installed.
Fig. 7
Modular structure of the C-56 thermal printer with 4 main components
The eject chute is pushed into the guiding supports on the basic unit and cannot be removed when the printer
mechanism is installed. It represents the only access to the printer for the customer. The hinge pins are inserted
into the collars onto the basic unit in the sense illustrated above and then are pushed against the tilt position.
Only in this position, the printer mechanism can be placed onto the basic unit, and when the hinge pins are
snapped into the operating position, the printer will be locked on the basic unit. The two holes on the front of the
basic unit serve for installing the C-56 thermal printer in vending applications etc.
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Thermal Printer C-56
6.0 Technical Data
6.1
General Data
Dimensions:
Height-width-depth HxWxD (in mm): 184.5 x 129.5 x 169.5
For opening the printer, a free space of height H = 45 mm and width W = 60 mm
must be provided. Please refer to the dimensional sheets at www.hengstler.com.
Weight:
Net approx 0.56 kg
Operating Voltage:
a) +24 VDC ±5 %, SELV (EN60950)
Current consumption stand by 0.1 A, operation up to 6 A
Recommended safety fuse: 6 A, delayed-action
b) +12 VDC ±5 %, SELV (EN60950)
Current consumption stand by 0.1 A, operation up to 6 A
Recommended safety fuse: 6 A, delayed-action
UL - Certificate:
E174318
Interface:
a) Mini USB 1.1 industrial; cable length < 3 meters
Transmission rate: 1.5 MBit/s and 12 MBit/s
Printer graphics driver for Windows XP/7/8/10 and LINUX
USB – interface cable
b) Micro RS232; cable length <3 meters
Communication protocol: Hardware DTR/CTS, None
Baud Rate: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 (default)
Parity: Off (default), On
Data Bits: 8
Stop Bits: 1 (default), 2
RS232 – interface cable
Noise Level:
< 55 dB(A) according to ISO 3744
Operating Conditions:
For guaranteed printing quality (limit values in brackets)
Temperature: +5 °C to +50 °C (- 30°C to + 70 °C)
Humidity: 20 % to 80 % (90 %), no condensation
Storage Conditions:
Temperature: -40° C to + 85° C
Humidity: 5 % to 95 %, condensation not permitted
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Operating Reliability:
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During storage and storage in transit, leave paper inserted between
thermal printhead and platen
Printer mechanism: 100 km of paper, at a printing density of 12.5% or 100 million
dot pulses
MTTR: 1.5 minutes (module exchange)
All data refer to processing of the recommended paper quality, in a temperature
range appropriate to yield the guaranteed printing quality.
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EMC:
EN55022 - Emission
Warning! The C-56 thermal printer is a class "A" appliance.
It can produce radio interference in residential areas so that the user may be forced
to take adequate remedial measures.
When operating the printer from a DC building power supply, or when the DC
power cable exceeds 3 meters in length, appropriate EMI filters must be used.
EN55024 - EMS Immunity
Electrostatic discharges and burst effects may cause short printing interruptions.
But the automatic recovery function will restore the original state of the thermal
printing mechanism.
Additional action regarding lightning and overvoltage protection will be needed, if
cables and wires are installed outside of a building.
However, this standard can be met only if original units, components, and cables
are applied and the installation instructions are respected.
External interference caused by ESD or EMI can temporarily cause corrupted
printing or data loss.
6.2
Configuration of the Interfaces
USB 1.1 Interface
Type A
(PC Side)
Signal
Name
mini-B
(C-56 Side)
1
2
3
4
Metal housing
+5V
D+
DGND
Shield
1
2
3
5
Metal housing
RS 232 Interface
8-pin micro (C-56 Side)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
housing
Note: +5V is not connected on the C-56
Power supply
Signal Name
(C-56)
RxD
TxD
CTS
RTS
GND
GND
GND
N/C
shield
Pin assignment
(CP35 series)
Wiring of the C-56 Serial Cable P/N 0684103
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8-pin micro
(C-56 Side)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
housing
6.3
Signal Name
(C-56)
RxD
TxD
CTS
RTS
GND
GND
GND
N/C
shield
Connection




N/C
N/C

N/C

9-pin Sub-D
(PC side)
3
2
7
8
4 (jumpered to 6)
6 (jumpered to 4)
5
1, 9
shell
Signal Name
(PC side)
TxD
RxD
RTS
CTS
DTR
DSR
GND
N/C
shield
Paper Specifications
Recommended
Paper Quality:
Thermal papers 50 to 60 g/m2;thermosensitive surface on outside;
see Paper Specification D 684 012
Converting:
Roll width: 58 to 60 mm (2.28" to 2.36")
Roll diameter: up to 100 mm (4")
Typical: 75 mm (3") or 100 mm (4")
Paper roll
The paper pre-end mark is to be printed on the coated paper side. For further data
regarding the printing of pre-end marks or 'Black Marks' please refer to the Paper
Specifications D 684 012.
6.4
Data specific to Printing
Designation
Specification
Printing method
Thermal direct
Number of dots
448
Dot Resolution (horizontal resolution)
8 Dots/mm (203 dpi)
Paper Transport (vertical resolution)
0,125 mm / Dotline (in accordance with the horizontal resolution)
Max. Printing Width
56 mm
Printing Speed
Up to 220 mm / sec (24 VDC) or 160 mm / sec (12 VDC)
Paper Width
58 mm (2,28") to 60 mm (2,36")
Length of document
120 mm up to endless
Maximum Reverse Paper Distance
150 mm; longer may lead to paper jams
Chute Sensor
Printhead Temperature Monitoring
Optional chute sensor
Printing mark onto the topside
Optional hardware paper pre-end sensor
Thermistor
Workload
Max. 20 documents / min. (at 120 mm paper length)
Paper Pre-End Detection
6.5
Order Numbers for Spare Modules
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Thermal Printer C-56
Thermal Printer mechanism RS232
E2684001
Thermal Printer mechanism USB
E2684002
Paper tray (contains 10 pieces)
E2684009
Eject chute standard (contains 10 pieces)
E2684005
Eject chute short
E1684019
(contains 10 pieces)
Hinge pin (contains 10 pieces)
E2684012
DC power supply cable
E1684009
USB Data Cable
0684102
RS232 Data Cable
0684103
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