Brother P-Touch 9200DX User`s guide

Model : PT-9200DX
• Read this Quick Reference before you start using your P-touch.
• Keep this Quick Reference in a handy place for future reference.
Thank you for purchasing the PT-9200DX!
With your new Brother label printer, you can print personalized labels for any purpose. Simply insert a label cassette into
the PT-9200DX, design your label with the enclosed P-touch Editor software, and then print it out. Your customized label
prints out in seconds. Labels are available in various sizes and colors—ideal for color-coding and your own special
labeling needs.
The many features of the P-touch Editor software make creating great labels quick and easy. Not only does the software
automate the more complicated layout functions, but it also includes a variety of pre-formatted templates for immediate
use.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
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Use only Brother TZ tapes with machine. Do not use tapes that do not have the
mark.
Do not pull on the tape being fed from the P-touch. Doing so may damage the tape cassette.
Avoid using the machine in extremely dusty places. Keep it out of both direct sunlight and rain.
Do not expose the machine to extremely high temperature or humidity.
Do not leave any rubber or vinyl on the machine for an extended period of time. Doing so may cause staining.
Do not clean the machine with alcohol or other organic solvents. Only use a soft, dry cloth.
Do not put any foreign objects into or heavy objects on the machine.
To avoid injures, do not touch the cutter’s edge.
Do not touch the print head, which becomes very hot when P-touch is used. Even after the machine is turned off, the
print head remains hot for some time.
Use only the power supply cord designed exclusively for this machine. Use of any other cord will void the warranty.
Use only the attached interface cables for this machine. Use of any other cable will void the warranty.
When the machine is not being used for a long period of time, disconnect the power supply cord.
Do not try to disassemble the P-touch.
IBM® is trademark of International Business Machines, Inc.
Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp. in the US and other countries.
Macintosh and Power Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
All other software and product names mentioned are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Table of contents
Unpacking ........................................................................................................................................ 2
General Precautions ......................................................................................................................... 3
Connecting the interface and power supply cables .......................................................................... 4
Installing P-touch Editor ................................................................................................................... 6
P-touch Editor & Printer Driver Installation (for Windows® 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP) ...... 6
Installing P-touch Editor Version 3.1 ............................................................................................. 6
Installing the printer driver ........................................................................................................... 8
For a serial connection ............................................................................................................ 8
Using the Change Baud Rate Wizard ...................................................................................... 9
For a USB connection (Windows® 98/Me/2000 Professional/XP only) ..................................... 10
P-touch Editor Version 3.1 Installation (for Macintosh) ...................................................................... 12
Installing P-touch Editor Version 3.1 ............................................................................................. 12
Installing the PT-9200DX printer driver ........................................................................................ 13
Selecting the printer ..................................................................................................................... 14
Uninstalling P-touch Software and Printer Driver .............................................................................. 14
Uninstalling P-touch Editor Version 3.1 (for Windows® 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP) ...... 14
Replacing, installing or deleting the printer driver (for Windows® 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP) ...... 15
For a serial connection ............................................................................................................ 15
For a USB connection (Windows® 98/Me/2000 Professional/XP only) ..................................... 16
Deleting P-touch Editor Version 3.1 and the printer driver (for Macintosh) ................................... 18
Using P-touch Editor ....................................................................................................................... 19
Starting up P-touch Editor ................................................................................................................ 19
Displaying the Properties .................................................................................................................. 20
Creating a new layout ....................................................................................................................... 20
Designing a layout from an Auto Format template ........................................................................... 21
Importing a graphics file.................................................................................................................... 22
Barcode ............................................................................................................................................ 23
Databases ......................................................................................................................................... 23
Reading the User’s Guide ................................................................................................................. 24
Reading the P-touch Editor User’s Guide ........................................................................................... 24
Using the PT-9200DX ....................................................................................................................... 25
Installing the tape cassette ................................................................................................................. 25
Printing a label .................................................................................................................................. 26
Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................... 27
Cleaning the print head and rollers ................................................................................................... 27
Monitoring the P-touch Status .......................................................................................................... 28
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................ 29
Changing the P-touch’s Baud Rate .................................................................................................... 31
Machine Specification ...................................................................................................................... 32
Accessories ....................................................................................................................................... 33
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Unpacking
PT-9200DX
1” (24 mm)-wide TZ tape cassette
(black characters on white tape)
Tape
compartment cover
Feed/cut button
On/off button
Cover release button
Power supply cord (for connecting
the PT-9200DX to the AC outlet)
Interface cables (2)
Serial: For either IBM PC-compatible or
Macintosh computers
USB:
For either IBM PC-compatible or
Macintosh computers
CD-ROM containing the PC and Mac software and their manuals
Precautions:
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Be careful that the CD-ROM
is not scratched.
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Do not subject the CD-ROM
to extremely high or
extremely low temperatures.
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Do not put heavy objects on
the CD-ROM.
Tape Cassettes
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Do not pull on the tape, otherwise the tape cassette may be damaged.
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If the label is attached to a wet or dirty surface, it may easily peel off. Before affixing the label, clean the surface
where it will be attached.
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Depending on the environmental conditions and the material, condition, roughness, and shape of the affixing
surface, the label may move out of place or peel off.
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In order to test the label’s adhesive strength or before using this label where safety is a particular concern, test the
label by affixing a small piece of it to a hidden area of the intended surface.
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Sunlight, wind and rain may cause the color of the label to fade or the label to peel off.
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Markings made with oil-based or water-based ink may be visible through a label affixed over them. To hide the
markings, use two labels layered on top of each other, or use tape with a dark background.
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This tape may not be adequate in cases where liabilities may result due to damage or injuries.
Brother Co., Ltd. and its suppliers possess all rights and copyrights to this software (including, but not limited to, the
programming, images, clip art, templates, and text incorporated into the software), the text in the enclosed manuals, and
duplicates of the software. This software, either in part or in whole, may not be duplicated, modified, reverse engineered, disassembled or decompiled without permission.
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Connecting the interface and power supply cables
Connect the PT-9200DX to the computer according to the instructions below.
When connecting to the serial port:
Serial
1 Make sure that both the PT-9200DX and the computer are turned off.
2 Connect one end of the enclosed serial interface cable to the serial connector (IOIOI) of the PT-9200DX and the
other end of the cable to the serial port of the computer. For a Macintosh connection, connect the PT-9200DX to
either the modem or the printer port (preferably the modem port).
The serial (RS-232C) ports of some computers are shaped so that the serial interface cable cannot be connected. If this is the case, use a commercially available adapter.
3 Insert the plug on one end of the power supply cord into the power supply jack on the PT-9200DX.
4 Insert the plug on the other end of the power supply cord into an AC outlet equipped with a grounding terminal.
Some locations may require the use of an adapter provided with a grounding wire. Connect this wire to the ground
terminal.
5 Turn on the PT-9200DX, and then turn on the computer.
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When connecting to the USB port:
You must install the software first before connecting to the USB interface or turning on the power. Please follow the
installation procedures on pages 6 through 12 before connecting up or turning the power on. The Brother P-touch
installation software will instruct you when to do this.
USB
1 Connect one end of the enclosed USB interface cable to the USB connector (
end of the cable to the USB port of the computer.
) of the PT-9200DX and the other
Do not connect the PT-9200DX to the computer using both the serial and the USB interface cables, otherwise
the PT-9200DX may be damaged.
When making a USB connection through a hub, a proper connection may not be possible due to the type of
hub used. If printing is not possible with a hub connection, try connecting the PT-9200DX directly to the
computer using the USB interface cable.
2 Insert the plug on one end of the power supply cord into the power supply jack on the PT-9200DX.
3 Insert the plug on the other end of the power supply cord into an AC outlet equipped with a grounding terminal.
Some locations may require the use of an adapter provided with a grounding wire. Connect this wire to the ground
terminal.
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For Windows®
Installing P-touch Editor
Before labels can be printed on the PT-9200DX, the P-touch Editor software and the PT-9200DX printer driver must be
installed.
P-touch Editor & Printer Driver Installation (for Windows® 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP)
Install P-touch Editor Version 3.1 and the printer driver on a PC as described below.
Check that your system configuration meets the following requirements.
Computer: IBM PC or compatible
Operating system:
Serial interface:
USB interface:
PC equipped with an x86 processor and a serial (RS-232C) port, and running Microsoft
Windows® 95/98/Me/2000 Professional/XP or Windows® NT 4.0
PC equipped with a USB port, and pre-installed with Microsoft® Windows® 98/Me/2000
Professional/XP
Some PCs pre-installed with Microsoft® Windows® 95/NT 4.0 do not support all USB hardware features.
Hard disk free space: At least 20 MB
A few hundred megabytes of additional free space may be needed when printing long labels or large amounts of
data.
Monitor: VGA or higher graphics card
Port: Serial or USB
Available memory: Minimum 32 MB
CD-ROM drive
Installing P-touch Editor Version 3.1
For a serial connection: Before installing the P-touch Editor software and the printer driver, connect the PT9200DX to the computer as described on page 4, and then turn them on.
For a USB connection: Do not connect the PT-9200DX to the computer before installing the P-touch Editor
software, otherwise it may not be installed correctly. Be sure not to connect the PT-9200DX until you are
instructed to do so.
1 Insert the P-touch Editor Version 3.1 CD-ROM into
the computer’s CD-ROM drive. A dialog box automatically appears, allowing you to select the language.
If the dialog box does not automatically appear, click
“My Computer” on the desktop, and then doubleclick the CD-ROM drive containing the CD-ROM.
(For Windows® XP, click “My Computer” in the Start
menu, and then double-click the CD-ROM drive
containing the CD-ROM.)
Next, double-click “Setup.exe” to display the dialog
box.
2 Select the language for the Windows operating system
that you are using, and then click the OK button. A
dialog box appears, allowing you to select what to
install.
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3 Click the top button (Editor). A dialog box appears,
allowing you to select the model.
To install just the printer driver, click the lower
button (Printer driver).
5 Carefully read the contents of the dialogue box, and
then click the Next button to continue. The User
Information dialogue box appears.
8 Select the installation method, and then click the Next
button.
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For a Typical or Compact installation
Selecting “Typical” or “Compact”, then clicking the
Next button immediately starts installation.
Typical:
All of the basic options (P-touch Editor
Version 3.1, Clip Art, Auto Format templates, Help, and 13 fonts) are installed.
Compact: Only P-touch Editor Version 3.1 is installed.
6 Type the necessary information into the appropriate
boxes (If the information has already been registered
in Windows®, it will automatically appear.), and then
click the Next button. A dialogue box appears, asking
for confirmation of the entered information.
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For a Custom installation
Selecting “Custom”, then clicking the Next button
displays a dialogue box that allows you to select
which options to install. Only the options with a
check mark beside them will be installed. In addition
to the basic options listed for a Typical installation,
the User’s Guide can also be installed.
7 Click the Yes button to register the entered information. The Setup Type dialogue box appears.
To change the information, click the No button,
and then return to step 6.
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For Windows®
4 Click the icon for the PT-9200DX. The InstallShield®
Wizard for installing the P-touch Editor software starts
up, and then the Welcome dialogue box appears.
For Windows®
1) Select which options to install.
Editor:
Clip Art:
Fonts:
Auto Format
Templates:
2 Select “Install”, and then click the Next button.
The P-touch Editor Version 3.1
software
The illustrations for the P-touch
Editor Version 3.1 Clip Art
function
The 13 fonts
The templates for the Auto Format
function
User’s Guide: The User’s Guide (HTML) for the Ptouch Editor Version 3.1 (The User’s
Guide can also be viewed from the
CD-ROM.)
Help:
The help files for P-touch Editor
Version 3.1
If the Change button can be clicked while an option is
selected, sub-components can be selected. Click the
Change button to display the Select Sub-components dialog
box, and then select the sub-components that you wish to
install by putting a check mark beside them. If certain
options or sub-components are not installed, some P-touch
Editor functions may not be available. After selecting the
desired sub-components, click the Continue button.
3 For Windows® 95/98/Me users: Skip to step 4.
For Windows® NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP users: A
dialog box appears, allowing you to add a P-touch
(PTCOM) port.
If a P-touch (PTCOM) port is already installed, click the
Next button and continue with step 4 below.
If a P-touch (PTCOM) port is not already installed, click
the Add button. The Port Name dialog box appears.
2) Click the Next button to begin installation.
9 After P-touch Editor is installed, a dialog box appears,
allowing you to select whether or not to install the
printer driver.
To install the printer driver, click the Yes button. The
first Driver Setup dialog box appears. Continue with
the section Installing the printer driver.
From the list of PTCOM ports, select the port where
the PT-9200DX is connected (“PTCOM1:” if the PT9200DX is connected to the COM1 port, or
“PTCOM2:” if the PT-9200DX is connected to the
COM2 port), and then click the OK button. In the
Driver Setup dialog box, click the Next button.
If the printer driver is already installed, click the No
button, restart the computer, and then remove the
CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive.
Installing the printer driver
For a serial connection
1 Select “Serial cable”, and then click the OK button. A
dialog box appears, allowing you to select whether to
install or uninstall the printer driver.
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4 A dialog box appears, allowing you to select the
PTCOM port where the PT-9200DX is connected.
Select “PTCOM1:” if the PT-9200DX is connected to the
COM1 port, or “PTCOM2:” if the PT-9200DX is
connected to the COM2 port, and then click the Next
button. (On Windows® NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP,
select the port added in step 3.) A dialog box appears,
asking for confirmation on how the installation will be
carried out.
Using the Change Baud Rate Wizard
If the PT-9200DX is connected to a port that does not support a baud rate of 115,200 bps, or if you wish to check the
connection between the PT-9200DX and the computer, start
up the Change Baud Rate Wizard and select the desired
settings as described below.
1 From the Start menu, point to “Settings”, and then
click “Printers” to open the Printers folder.
(For Windows® XP, click “Printers and Faxes” in the
Start menu to open the Printers and Faxes folder.)
6 If the port where the PT-9200DX is connected
supports a baud rate of 115,200 bps, click the Next
button.
If the port where the PT-9200DX is connected does
not support a baud rate of 115,200 bps, or if you wish
to check the connection between the PT-9200DX and
the computer, select “Start up the Change Baud Rate
Wizard”, and then click the Next button to start up
the Change Baud Rate Wizard. After changing the
baud rate as described by steps 3 through 6 in the
section Using the Change Baud Rate Wizard on page
9, continue with step 7 below.
2 With Windows® 95, 98, 98SE and Me:
Right-click the Brother PT-9200DX icon, and then
click “Properties” in the pop-up menu that appears.
On the Advanced tab of the dialog box that appears,
click the Baudrate button to start up the Change Baud
Rate Wizard.
With Windows® NT 4.0:
Right-click the Brother PT-9200DX icon, and then
click “Properties” in the pop-up menu that appears.
On the Device Settings tab of the dialog box that
appears, click “Baud Rate...” in the tree view to
display the Change ‘Baud Rate’ Setting section at the
bottom of the dialog box. Click the Baud Rate...
button to start up the Change Baud Rate Wizard.
With Windows® 2000 and XP:
Right-click the Brother PT-9200DX icon, and then
click “Properties” in the pop-up menu that appears.
On the Device Settings tab of the dialog box that
appears, click “Baud Rate...” in the tree view, and
then click the Properties... button that appears on the
right side to start up the Change Baud Rate Wizard.
3 A dialog box appears, allowing you to select the serial
port where the PT-9200DX is connected.
Select the appropriate serial port, and then click the
Next button. A dialog box appears, allowing you to
select the desired baud rate.
7 A dialog box appears, showing that installation is
finished.
Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now.”,
click the Finish button to restart the computer, and
then remove the CD-ROM from the computer.
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For Windows®
5 Check that the installation will be carried out as
desired, and then click the Next button. A dialog box
appears, showing that the printer driver has been
installed.
For Windows®
4 Select the desired baud rate, and then click the Next
button.
Normally “115,200 bps” is selected; however,
your computer may not be able to support a baud
rate of 115,200 bps. If this is the case, refer to the
your computer’s instruction manual and select the
maximum possible baud rate.
A dialog box appears, asking for confirmation of the
selected baud rate settings.
For a USB connection (Windows® 98/Me/2000 Peofessional/XP only)
With Plug-and-Play, new devices connected to the system
are detected, and their drivers are automatically installed. If
the PT-9200DX is to be connected through the USB port, its
driver will be installed with Plug-and-Play. Be sure to read
the installation instructions described below before installing the file supplied on the CD-ROM.
Do not connect the P-touch 9200DX to the
computer until you are instructed to do so,
otherwise the PT-9200DX printer driver may not
be installed correctly.
With Windows® 98/98SE/Me/2000 Professional:
1 Select “USB cable”, and then click the OK button. The
USB message dialog box appears.
5 Check that the baud rate will be changed as desired,
and then click the Next button.
To change the settings, click the Back button, and
return to step 4.
A dialog box appears, showing that the baud rate has
been set as specified.
2 Click the Next button. A dialog box appears, instructing you to connect the PT-9200DX to the computer.
6 Click the Finish button.
3 Connect the PT-9200DX to the computer using the
enclosed USB interface cable as described on page 5,
and then turn on the PT-9200DX. A dialog box
appears, showing that the printer driver has been
installed.
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For Windows®
4 Click the Finish button. A dialog box appears,
showing that installation is finished.
5 Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now.”, click
the Finish button to restart the computer, and then
remove the CD-ROM from the computer.
With Windows® XP:
1 In the dialog box that appears, informing you that the
PT-9200DX printer driver will be installed, click the
Next button.
3 In the first Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box
that appears, select “Install the software automatically
(Recommended)”, and then click the Next button.
4 If the dialog box warning appears indicating the
software has not passed Windows Logo testing, simply
continue with the installation.
5 In the Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box that
appears, indicating that installation of the PT-9200DX
and the Found New Hardware Wizard are finished,
click the Finish button.
2 After the dialog box appears, instructing you to
connect the P-touch 9200DX and turn it on, connect
the P-touch 9200DX to the computer using the
enclosed USB interface cable as described on page 5,
and then turn on the P-touch 9200DX.
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7 In the dialog box that appears, indicating that installation is finished, select “Yes, restart immediately.”, and
then click the Finish button. After the computer is
restarted, the installation is fully completed.
For Macintosh
6 If the dialog box warning that the software has not
passed Windows Logo testing appears again, click the
Continue Anyway button to continue with the
installation (since this printer driver has already
cleared strict product quality standards of our testing).
8 Remove the CD-ROM from the computer.
P-touch Editor Version 3.1 Installation (for Macintosh)
Follow the procedure below to install the P-touch Editor software on the Mac.
The Mac version of the software is for a Mac with an English operating system. If the software is installed on a Mac with an
operating system in a different language, the software may not run properly.
Check that your system configuration meets the following requirements.
Computer: Macintosh or Power Macintosh
Operating system:
Serial interface: Macintosh equipped with a PowerPC processor and a serial port (modem or printer), and
running Mac OS 8.1 or later
USB interface:
Macintosh equipped with a USB port and running Mac OS 8.5.1 or later
* For previous Mac OS versions, refer to the Apple Web site for information about USB.
* This software can only run on Mac OS X in the Classic environment.
However, the Mac OS X v10.2 Classic environment is not supported.
* The application is supplied on a CD-ROM; therefore, the computer should be equipped with
a CD-ROM drive.
Hard disk free space: At least 20 MB
A few hundred megabytes of additional free space may be needed when printing long labels or large amounts of data.
Port: Serial or USB
Available memory free space: Minimum 24 MB
CD-ROM drive
With the enclosed CD-ROM, the following can be installed:
• P-touch Editor Version 3.1
• PT-9200DX printer driver
Installing P-touch Editor Version 3.1
1 Connect the PT-9200DX to the Macintosh using the
enclosed interface cable. Be sure to leave the PT9200DX turned off.
2 Turn on the Macintosh.
3 Insert the P-touch Editor CD-ROM into the computer’s
CD-ROM drive.
4 Double-click the P-touch Editor 3.1 Installer icon in
the folder that appears.
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5 After the installer starts up, select the installation
method.
Clicking the Install button immediately starts installing
the most basic options. (Some clip art illustrations are
not installed.)
About 20 MB of available hard-disk space is needed
to begin installation. In order to install all options,
about 120 MB of available hard-disk space is needed.
If enough hard-disk space is available, click the Install
button.
Installing the PT-9200DX printer driver
Clicking the Custom Install button displays a dialog
box that allows you to select which options to install.
Only the options with a check mark beside them are
installed.
Select the options that you wish to install, and then
click the Install button.
2 After the installer starts up, click the Select Driver
button.
Dialog box that appears if the Custom Install button is
clicked:
3 In the dialog box that appears, select “PT9200DX(USB)” (for a USB port connection) or “PT9200DX(Serial)” (for a modem or printer port connection). The printer drivers with a check mark beside
them are installed.
Then, click the Install button.
6 Installation begins.
7 When the installation is finished and the following
dialog box appears, click the Quit button.
8 When the dialog box appears, asking if you wish to
restart the computer, click the Quit button to continue
and install the printer driver.
4 Installation begins. When the installation is finished
and the following dialog box appears, click the Quit
button.
5 When the dialog box appears, asking if you wish to
restart the computer, click the Restart button to restart
the computer.
6 After the computer is restarted, turn on the P-touch.
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For Macintosh
1 Double-click the Driver Installer icon in the P-touch
folder.
Selecting the printer
For Macintosh
1 Pull down the Apple menu and select “Chooser” to
display the Chooser window.
3 If the PT-9200DX(Serial) icon was selected, click the
icon for the port linked with PT-9200DX(Serial) from
the list on the right.
2 In the list on the left, click the PT-9200DX(USB) icon
(for a USB port connection) or the PT-9200DX(Serial)
icon (for a modem or printer port connection). Then,
select the appropriate printer driver.
4 Close the Chooser window to confirm your settings.
Uninstalling P-touch Software and Printer Driver
Uninstall P-touch Editor Version 3.1 and the printer driver using the steps below:
Uninstalling P-touch Editor Version 3.1
(for Windows® 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP)
1 Start up Windows® 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000 Professional/XP.
2 Click the Start button in the taskbar, select “Settings”,
and then click “Control Panel”.
With Windows® XP, click the Start button in the
taskbar, and then click “Control Panel”.
3 In the Control Panel window, double-click “Add/
Remove Programs”.
4 In the Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box,
select “P-touch Editor 3.1”, and then click the Add/
Remove button.
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* The dialog box that appears may differ depending
on the operating system being used.
5 A message appears, asking if you wish to delete the
selected application. Click the Yes button to delete the
application. If you do not wish to delete the application, click the No button.
6 In the dialog box that appears, indicating that the
application is deleted, click the OK button.
Replacing, installing or deleting the
printer driver (for Windows® 95/98/Me/NT
4.0/2000 Professional/XP)
6 Select “Serial cable”, and then click the OK button. A
dialogue box appears, allowing you to select whether
to install or uninstall the printer driver.
For a serial connection
1 Connect the PT-9200DX to the computer using the
enclosed serial interface cable as described on page
4, and then turn on the PT-9200DX.
2 Insert the P-touch Editor Version 3.1 CD-ROM into
the computer’s CD-ROM drive. A dialogue box
automatically appears, allowing you to select the
language.
If the dialog box does not automatically appear,
double-click “My Computer” on the desktop, and
then double-click the CD-ROM drive containing the
CD-ROM. (For Windows® XP, click “My Computer” in
the Start menu, and then double-click the CD-ROM
drive containing the CD-ROM.) Next, double-click
“Ptsetup.exe” to display the dialog box.
3 Select the language for the Windows operating system
that you are using, and then click the OK button. A
dialog box appears, allowing you to select what to
install.
4 Click the bottom button (Printer driver). A dialogue
box appears, allowing you to select the model.
5 Click the icon for the PT-9200DX. The first Driver
Setup dialogue box appears, allowing you to select
whether a serial or a USB connection is used.
7 Select the desired operation, and then click the Next
button.
8 If “Install” was selected: Perform steps 3 through 7 in
the section For a Serial Connection on page 8.
If “Uninstall” was selected: A dialogue box appears,
asking for confirmation to uninstall the PT-9200DX
printer driver.
Click the Next button. A dialogue box appears,
showing that the printer driver has been deleted.
Click the Next button. A dialogue box appears,
showing that uninstallation is finished.
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Select “Yes, I want to restart my computer now.”,
click the Finish button to restart the computer, and
then remove the CD-ROM from the computer.
For a USB connection (Windows® 98/Me/2000 Professional/XP only)
A PT-9200DX printer driver can be replaced, added or deleted by following the procedure below.
5 Click the icon for the PT-9200DX. The first Driver
Setup dialogue box appears, allowing you to select
whether a serial or a USB connection is used.
6 Select “USB cable”, and then click the OK button. A
Driver Setup dialogue box appears, allowing you to
select whether to replace, add or delete the PT9200DX printer driver.
1 Turn off the PT-9200DX, and then disconnect it from
the computer.
2 Insert the P-touch Editor Version 3.1 CD-ROM into
the computer’s CD-ROM drive. A dialogue box
automatically appears, allowing you to select the
language.
If the dialog box does not automatically appear, click
“My Computer” on the desktop, and then doubleclick the CD-ROM drive containing the CD-ROM.
(For Windows® XP, click “My Computer” in the Start
menu, and then double-click the CD-ROM drive
containing the CD-ROM.)
Next, double-click “Setup.exe” to display the dialog
box.
3 Select the language for the Windows® operating
system that you are using, and then click the OK
button. A dialogue box appears, allowing you to
select what to install.
4 Click the bottom button (Printer driver). A dialogue
box appears, allowing you to select the model.
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7 Select the desired operation, and then click the Next
button.
If “Replace with new Brother PT-9200DX” is
selected, the previously installed printer driver is
deleted, and replaced with a new one. Select this
option when upgrading the printer driver, or when
running Windows® 2000 Professional/XP and
changing to a PT-9200DX with a different serial
number.
If “Add Brother PT-9200DX” is selected, a new
printer driver is added. With a USB connection on
Windows® 98/Me, only a port is added without
adding it as a new printer. Select this option when
connecting and using multiple PT-9200DXs with
the same computer.
8 If “Replace with new Brother PT-9200DX” or “Add
Brother PT-9200DX” was selected:
With Windows® 98/98SE/Me/2000 Professional:
A dialogue box appears, instructing you to connect
the PT-9200DX to the computer.
If the dialog box warning that the software has not
passed Windows Logo testing appears again, click the
Continue Anyway button to continue with the
installation (since this printer driver has already
cleared strict product quality standards of our testing).
Connect the PT-9200DX to the computer using the
enclosed USB interface cable as described on page 5,
and then turn on the PT-9200DX. A dialogue box
appears, showing that the printer driver has been
installed.
Select “Yes, restart immediately.”, and then click the
Finish button to restart the computer.
With Windows® XP:
In the first Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box
that appears, select “Install the software automatically
(Recommended)”, and then click the Next button.
If the dialog box warning appears indicating the
software has not passed Windows Logo testing,
simply continue with the installation.
In the dialog box that appears, indicating that installation is finished, select “Yes, restart immediately.”, and
then click the Finish button. The computer is restarted.
Remove the CD-ROM from the computer.
In the Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box that
appears, indicating that installation of the PT-9200DX
and the Found New Hardware Wizard are finished,
click the Finish button.
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If “Delete Brother PT-9200DX” was selected:
A dialogue box appears, asking for confirmation to
delete all PT-9200DX printer drivers.
Click the Yes button. A dialogue box appears,
showing that the printer drivers have been deleted.
Click the Finish button.
If a dialogue box appears, explaining that the
computer should be restarted, select the option for
restarting the computer, and then click the Finish
button.
Deleting P-touch Editor Version 3.1 and
the printer driver (for Macintosh)
Delete P-touch Editor Version 3.1 and the printer driver as
described below.
When deleting the printer driver, be sure that the Ptouch is turned off and unplugged.
1 Drag the P-touch Editor Ver3.1 folder to the Trash
icon.
2 In the System Folder, open the Extensions folder.
3 Drag the PT-9200DX(USB) icon and the USB PT9200PC Extension icon (for a USB port connection) or
the PT-9200DX(Serial) icon (for a modem or printer
port connection) to the Trash icon.
4 In the System Folder, open the Preferences folder.
5 Drag the P-touch Editor 3.1 Prefs icon and either the
PT-9200DX(USB) Prefs icon (for a USB port connection) or the PT-9200DX(Serial) Prefs icon (for a
modem or printer port connection) to the Trash icon.
The P-touch Editor Version 3.1 and the printer driver
are now deleted.
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Using P-touch Editor
The P-touch Editor application makes it easy for anyone to design and print labels for almost any need imaginable.
Starting up P-touch Editor
On an IBM PC-compatible computer:
• By clicking the P-touch Editor icon:
Double-click the “P-touch Editor 3.1” icon in the “P-touch Editor 3.1” group window.
•
With the Start button:
1 Click the Start button in the taskbar to display the Start menu.
2 Select “Programs”.
3 Select “P-touch Editor 3.1”.
4 Click “P-touch Editor 3.1”.
•
With Windows® Explorer:
1 Start up Windows® Explorer.
2 Select the drive and directory where P-touch Editor is installed.
3 Double-click “Ptedit3.exe”.
After P-touch Editor is started, the following window is displayed.
Title bar
Menu bar
Standard toolbar
Property dock
Rulers
Layout area
Cursor
Print area
Draw toolbar
Object dock
Status bar
On a Macintosh computer:
•
Double-click the “P-touch Editor Ver3.1” icon in the “P-touch Editor Ver3.1” folder installed on the computer.
After P-touch Editor is started, the following window is displayed.
Layout Print
Rulers area area
Title bar
Menu bar
Draw toolbar
Print toolbar
Database toolbar
Status bar Object dock
Property dock
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Displaying the Properties
Although the screens shown in the following explanations are for Windows® 95/98/98SE/Me, the operations for Windows®
NT4.0/2000 Professional/XP and Macintosh are the same unless specifically mentioned.
The desired Properties can be displayed by clicking the icon in the property dock.
Page Properties icon
Text Properties icon
Font Properties icon
Database Properties
icon (not available on
the Macintosh version
of the software)
Layout Properties icon
Click an icon to display its Properties.
•
Page Properties (
)
Click this button to hide the Properties.
When using the P-touch 9200DX
Creating a new layout
Although the screens shown in the following explanations are for Windows® 95/98/98SE/Me, the operations for Windows®
NT4.0/2000 Professional/XP and Macintosh are the same unless specifically mentioned.
•
Entering text
(Text button) on the draw toolbar.
1 Click
Text can be typed in, and the pointer changes from
pointer) to (I-beam pointer).
(selection
2 Move the I-beam pointer to the position in the layout area where you
wish to type in text, and then click the left mouse button.
3 The cursor flashes in the layout area to indicate that you can now
type in text.
4 Use the computer keyboard to type in the text.
5 To create a new line of text, press the keyboard’s Enter key.
With P-touch Editor version 3.1, text is always typed in using the
insert mode. The overwrite mode cannot be used to type in text.
To change the font and text size, click the appropriate icon in the property
dock, and then select the desired settings from the Properties that appear.
For details, refer to Reading the User’s Guide on page 24.
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Designing a layout from an Auto Format template
In addition to allowing you to draw pictures and arrange text using any of the available fonts, sizes, and styles, P-touch
Editor comes with a variety of pre-formatted templates, which make creating label layouts quick and easy. Now let’s see
how simple it is to create a label layout with the [Auto Format] command.
On an IBM PC-compatible computer:
1 Select the [Auto Format] command in the [File] menu to start up the
Auto Format Wizard.
2 In the “Category:” box, select the category containing the Auto Format
template that you wish to use. As an example, let’s select “NAMEPLT”.
3 Click the Next button.
4 In the “Template:” list view, select the template that you wish to use.
Here, let’s select the one named NAMEPLT2.LBL.
5 Click the Next button.
6 Click the Next or the Previous buttons until the text that you wish to
change appears in the “Input:” edit box.
7 Change the text so that the desired text is entered.
8 Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all of the text is entered in the way that
you want, and then click the Next button. For this example, let’s
change the department name to “IMPORTS, INC.”, the title to
“Manager” and the name to “BILL REYNOLDS”.
9 Check that the layout contains the text that you want to use.
0 Click the Finish button. A new layout document containing the preformatted text is created.
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On a Macintosh computer:
1 Select the [Auto Format] command in the [File] menu to display the
Auto Format dialog box.
2 In the “Category:” list box, select the category containing the template
that you wish to use. For this example, let’s select “shop”.
!!AutoFormat!!
3 In the “Template:” list box, select the template that you wish to use.
Let’s select the one named shop3.lbl.
4 Click the OK button. A new layout containing the selected preformatted text is created and the Auto Text dialog box is displayed.
5 Click the Next or the Previous buttons until the text that you wish to
change appears in the “Input:” edit box. Here, the first line of text that
we wish to change, “CAMERA”, is already displayed.
6 Change the text so that the desired text is entered. We can start by
changing the product name to “VCR”.
7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all of the text is entered in the way that
you want, and then click the Next button. Let’s finish editing the text
by changing the original price to “$415.” and the sale price to “$215.”
8 Click the Close button. The text in the layout is replaced by the newly
entered text.
Importing a graphics file
With the P-touch Editor application, you can also import images files in a variety of formats (.bmp, .dib, .jpg, .tif, .ico, and
.wmf on the PC or PICT, JPEG, TIFF and BMP on the Mac) into your layout.
1 With a layout document displayed, select the [Image] command in the [Insert] menu (in the PC software) or the
[Object] menu (in the Mac software). A dialog box that allows you to select the image file appears.
When using the P-touch Editor for the PC:
When using the P-touch Editor for the Mac:
2 Select the graphic file that you wish to add to the layout and double-click
it. The image appears in the layout.
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Barcode
Keep the following points in mind when using P-touch Editor Version 3.1 to print barcodes.
•
Barcodes should be printed on white tape. If other colours of tape are used, the barcode reader may not be able to
read the barcode correctly.
•
Be sure to test the barcode reader to make sure that it can read printed barcodes in the environment where you plan
to use them. In some cases, the barcodes are not read correctly.
•
The QR Code protocol can only be used with English. If data in any other language is entered, the barcode may not
be read correctly.
Databases
•
For general details, refer to the User’s Guide supplied on the P-touch Editor Version 3.1 CD-ROM.
Keep the following points in mind when using the database functions of P-touch Editor Version 3.1.
•
The database function of P-touch Editor Version 3.1 (Windows® version) uses database files that are compatible with
Microsoft Access 97. By upgrading P-touch Editor Version 3.1 using a program available on the CD-ROM, P-touch
Editor will become compatible with Access 2000. Refer to the Readme file located at English\Ptouch\Editor\Ac2k
on the CD-ROM (the folder name for French is “Francais”), and start up the program.
•
P-touch Editor Version 3.1 can import files other than mdb files, such as csv files. Files saved as csv files with an
application such as Microsoft® Excel can be used with P-touch Editor. Refer to the User’s Guide supplied on the Ptouch Editor Version 3.1 CD-ROM for more details.
•
Using a function available with Microsoft® Access 97, Excel files can be linked to mdb files. With this function, data
changed in Excel is automatically updated with the P-touch Editor.
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Reading the User’s Guide
The P-touch Editor User’s Guide can be read either by inserting the CD-ROM into the drive each time you wish to refer to
it or by installing it onto your hard disk so that it is quickly available at any time. Since the User’s Guide is an HTML
document, a browser is needed to read it. If Internet Explorer is not installed, it can be installed by downloading it from the
Internet.
The P-touch Editor User’s Guide can be read using other browsers; however, some pages may not be displayed
correctly.
Reading the P-touch Editor User’s Guide
1 If the User’s Guide was not installed onto the computer’s hard disk, insert the P-touch Editor CD-ROM into the CDROM drive.
2 Start up the User’s Guide.
On an IBM PC-compatible computer:
•
By clicking the P-touch Editor icon:
Double-click “The User’s Guide PT-9200DX” icon in the “P-touch Editor 3.1” group window.
•
With the Start button:
(a) Click the Start button in the taskbar to display the Start menu.
(b) Select “Programs”.
(c) Select “P-touch Editor 3.1”.
(d) Click “The User’s Guide PT-9200DX”.
•
With Windows® Explorer:
(a) Start up Windows® Explorer.
(b) Select the CD-ROM drive (if the User’s Guide is not installed on the hard disk), or select the drive and
directory where P-touch Editor is installed (if the User’s Guide is installed on the hard disk).
(c) Double-click “Main.htm” in the “Manual” folder.
On a Macintosh computer:
•
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Double-click “Main.htm” in the “User’s Guide” folder of the CD-ROM’s “P-touch” folder (if the User’s Guide is
not installed on the hard disk), or of the installed “P-touch Editor Ver3.1” folder (if the User’s Guide is installed
on the hard disk).
Using the PT-9200DX
After you have designed a label layout using the P-touch Editor application, you can print it out to make a label.
Installing the tape cassette
1 Press down on the cover release button and lift open the tape compartment cover.
2 If you are using a new tape cassette, first remove the stopper. (some
tape cassettes may not be installed with a stopper.) Make sure that the
end of the tape feeds under the tape guides.
End of the tape
Tape guide
3 Insert the tape cassette firmly into the compartment, making sure that
the entire back of the cassette touches the bottom of the compartment.
When inserting the tape cassette, make sure that the ink ribbon
does not catch on the corner of the metal guide.
Be sure not to touch the print head.
4 Close the compartment cover, and then press the on/off button to turn
on the PT-9200DX .
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5 After the on/off button lights up in green, press the feed/cut button
once to remove any slack in the tape and cut off the excess.
Printing a label
1 Turn on the PT-9200DX and start up the computer.
2 Start up P-touch Editor and make sure that “PT-9200DX ” is selected as the printer in the Print Setup dialog box ([Print
Setup] command in the [File] menu of the PC software) or in the Chooser (when using the Mac software).
3 In the Size setting of the Page Properties, select the desired label size,
and then design your label layout.
4 Click the [Print] command in the [File] menu, select the desired settings in the Print dialog box, and then click the OK
button. The on/off button on the PT-9200DX flashes in green while it is receiving the data. After the label is printed, it
is fed from the tape exit slot and automatically cut off if the “Auto Cut” option was selected.
If the “Half Cut” option was selected, press the feed/cut button
once to cut off the label.
While printing multiple copies of labels, the printing speed may be
decreased so that a high resolution can be maintained.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Print Head and Roller
A blank horizontal line appearing through the printed label indicates that the print head and roller are dirty. Clean the print
head and roller according to the following procedure.
1 Turn off the PT-9200DX.
2 Open the tape compartment cover.
3 Remove the tape cassette if one is installed.
4 Use a dry cotton swab to gently wipe up and down along the print head and roller.
Cotton swab
Cotton swab
Print head (area to
be cleaned)
Roller (area to be
cleaned)
5 Insert the tape cassette, and then close the tape compartment cover.
Caution:
Be careful not to touch the cutter near the print head and roller while cleaning them.
In addition, do not try to clean the print head immediately after printing, otherwise you may be burned.
* Cleaning can also be done by using the optional print head cleaning cassette (TZ-CL6).
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Monitoring the P-touch Status
You can determine the status of the PT-9200DX from the power button light.
PT-9200DX status
Power button light color
Description/Remedy
Lights up in green
• The P-touch is operating normally and is in stand-by.
Flashes in green
• The P-touch is receiving data from the computer correctly.
Lights up in orange
• While in stand-by, the P-touch detected that the tape cassette was not
inserted correctly. Correctly insert the tape cassette. Printing will begin when the tape cassette is correctly inserted.
• The tape compartment cover is not completely closed. Close the tape
compartment cover.
Flashes in orange
• While receiving data, the P-touch detected that the tape compartment
cover was not completely closed or that the cover was opened. Close
the tape compartment cover. Printing will begin when the tape compartment cover is closed.
Flashes in red
(Correct the problem, and then try printing
again.)
• While printing, the P-touch detected that a tape cassette was not inserted or that the tape cassette ran out of tape. Insert a tape cassette or
replace it.
• Before or during printing, the tape compartment cover was opened.
Close the tape compartment cover.
• A data transmission error occurred. After about five seconds, the P-touch
will return to stand-by (the power button will light up in green).
Lights up in red
(Correct the problem, and then try printing
again.)
• Turn off the P-touch, and then turn it on again.
If the power button continues to light up in red, contact your service
representative.
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Troubleshooting
If you think the P-touch is not printing correctly, but you cannot determine the problem with the lighting condition of the
power button, refer to the following list of possible problems and perform the necessary operations.
Problem
Cause
Solution
The P-touch does not
print.
A printing error is
indicated.
• The interface cable is loose.
• The tape cassette is not inserted correctly.
• The tape compartment cover
is open.
Check that the interface cable is correctly connected, the tape
cassette is correctly installed, and that the tape compartment
cover is closed.
While printing, striped
tape appears.
There is no tape in the tape cassette.
Insert a new tape cassette, and then either press the feed/cut
button or turn the P-touch off, then on again.
The power button does
not light up or flash.
The power supply cable is loose.
Check that the power supply cable is correctly connected. If the
power button still does not light up or flash, contact your service representative.
A blank horizontal line
appears through the
printed label.
The print head and roller are
dirty.
Clean the print head and roller according to the procedure in
Cleaning the Print Head and Roller on page 27.
A data transmission error
appears on the computer.
The wrong port is selected.
Windows®
Under “Print to the following port” in the printer Properties dialog
box, select “PTUSB:” for a USB connection or select “PTCOMn:”
(where “n” is 1 if the P-touch is connected to the computer’s
COM1 port or 2 if the P-touch is connected to the computer’s
COM2 port) for a serial connection.*
Mac
For a serial connection, select in the Chooser the port where the
P-touch is connected.
The baud rates of the computer
and the P-touch are not the
same. (Only for a serial connection)
Windows®
Start up the Change Baud Rate Wizard, and then select the same
baud rate as the P-touch.
Mac
The Macintosh may not support the P-touch’s default baud rate of
115,200 bps. After changing the baud rate of the P-touch according to Changing the P-touch’s Baud Rate on page 31, select a
baud rate of 57,600 bps in the Print dialog box.
The computer does not support
the P-touch’s default baud rate
of 115,200 bps.
The P-touch’s default baud rate of 115,200 bps is not supported
by some computers.
After changing the baud rate of the P-touch according to Changing the P-touch’s Baud Rate on page 31, start up the Change
Baud Rate Wizard, and select a baud rate of 57,600 or 9,600
bps.
Error 99
The computer cannot detect the
P-touch.
Check the following:
• Is the P-touch turned on?
• Is the interface cable correctly connected?
• Has the COM port where the P-touch is connected been selected with the Change Baud Rate Wizard? (Many PCs have
more than one COM port.)
Error 1,5
The computer’s serial port cannot be used.
The COM ports on some PCs are turned off as a default. Check
the computer’s manual or ask the computer manufacturer, and
then turn on the COM port.
<Checking the COM port (Windows® 95/98)>
Double-click “System” in the Control Panel window. Click the
Device Manager tab, and then click the plus sign next to “Ports
(COM & LPT)”. Check that COM1 and COM2 are listed and
that there is no error symbol displayed.
(Windows® only)
The baud rate cannot be
set using the Change
Baud Rate Wizard.
* If two or more of the same P-touch models are connected through their USB ports, select “PTUSB (PT-9200DXXXXXXXXXX):” (where XXXXXXXXX is the serial number) instead of “PTUSB:”.
* The serial number is written above the barcode on the silver label attached to the bottom of the P-touch.
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Problem
• The tape is not ejected correctly after being automatically cut.
Remedy
• Turn off the machine, open the tape compartment
cover, and remove the tape cassette if one is installed.
Using a cotton swab dipped in isopropyl (rubbing)
alcohol, clean off the metal piece in the exit slot to
the left of the cutter.
Cutter
Cotton swab
Metal piece (Area to be cleaned)
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Changing the P-touch’s Baud Rate
The PT-9200DX’s default baud rate for a serial connection is 115,200 bps. Some computers may not support a serial port
baud rate of 115,200 bps. If so, follow the procedure below to change the P-touch’s baud rate to 9,600 bps. In addition, the
baud rate for the port must also be set to 9,600 bps.
1 Turn off the PT-9200DX.
2 Hold down the power button for about five seconds.
3 Release the power button when it begins flashing in red and green.
4 The baud rate of the PT-9200DX has been set to the slower baud rate of 9,600 bps.
Power button
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Machine Specification
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Print tape:
6 widths available:
1/4” (6 mm)
3/8” (9 mm)
1/2” (12 mm)
3/4” (18 mm)
1”
(24 mm)
1 1/2” (36 mm)
Print head:
384 dots
360 dpi
Tape cutter:
Auto full cutter
Auto half cutter
Port:
Serial, USB
Dimensions:
4.7” × 5.9” × 9.8” (120 × 150 × 250 mm)
Weight:
3.3 lbs. (1.5 kg)
Accessories
• Supplies
Obtain tape cassettes from your nearest authorised dealer. Brother cannot be held responsible for trouble caused by
the use of unauthorised supplies.
Use only Brother TZ tapes with this machine. Do not use tapes that do not have the
mark.
Stock No.
Description
36 mm laminated tapes
TZ-161
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-261
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-461
Black characters on red adhesive
TZ-561
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-661
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-262
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-263
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-364
Gold characters on black adhesive
TZ-365
White characters on black adhesive
24 mm laminated tapes
TZ-151
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-M51
Black characters on clear (mat) adhesive
TZ-251
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-451
Black characters on red adhesive
TZ-551
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-651
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-751
Black characters on green adhesive
TZ-C51
Black characters on fluorescent yellow adhesive
TZ-B51
Black characters on fluorescent orange adhesive
TZ-D51
Black characters on fluorescent green adhesive
TZ-152
Red characters on clear adhesive
TZ-252
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-153
Blue characters on clear adhesive
TZ-253
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-354
Gold characters on black adhesive
TZ-155
White characters on clear adhesive
TZ-355
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-455
White characters on red adhesive
TZ-555
White characters on blue adhesive
TZ-655
White characters on orange fluorescent adhesive
TZ-755
White characters on green adhesive
18 mm laminated tapes
TZ-141
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-241
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-242
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-243
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-344
Gold characters on black adhesive
TZ-345
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-441
Black characters on red adhesive
TZ-541
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-641
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-741
Black characters on green adhesive
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Stock No.
Description
12 mm laminated tapes
TZ-131
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-132
Red characters on clear adhesive
TZ-133
Blue characters on clear adhesive
TZ-135
White characters on clear adhesive
TZ-231
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-232
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-233
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-334
Gold characters on black adhesive
TZ-335
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-431
Black characters on red adhesive
TZ-435
White characters on red adhesive
TZ-531
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-535
White characters on blue adhesive
TZ-631
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-635
White characters on orange adhesive
TZ-731
Black characters on green adhesive
TZ-735
White characters on green adhesive
TZ-B31
Black characters on fluorescent orange adhesive
TZ-C31
Black characters on fluorescent yellow adhesive
TZ-D31
Black characters on fluorescent green adhesive
TZ-M31
Black characters on clear (mat) adhesive
9 mm laminated tapes
TZ-121
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-122
Red characters on clear adhesive
TZ-123
Blue characters on clear adhesive
TZ-221
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-222
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-223
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-324
Gold characters on black adhesive
TZ-325
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-421
Black characters on red adhesive
TZ-521
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-621
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-721
Black characters on green adhesive
TZ-A25
White characters on gray adhesive
TZ-M21
Black characters on clear (mat) adhesive
6 mm laminated tapes
TZ-111
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-211
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-315
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-611
Black characters on yellow adhesive
24 mm non-laminated tapes
TZ-N251
Black characters on white adhesive
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Stock No.
Description
18 mm non-laminated tapes
TZ-N241
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-N242
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-N243
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-N541
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-N641
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-N741
Black characters on green adhesive
TZ-NF41
Black characters on purpul adhesive
TZ-PH41
Black characters on adhesive with a heart design
TZ-PF41
Black characters on adhesive with a fruit design
TZ-PM41
Black characters on adhesive with a marine design
TZ-N841
Black characters on gold adhesive
12 mm non-laminated tapes
TZ-N231
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-N232
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-N233
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-N531
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-N631
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-N731
Black characters on green adhesive
TZ-NF31
Black characters on purple adhesive
9 mm non-laminated tapes
TZ-N221
Black characters on white adhesive
6 mm laminated tapes
TZ-N211
Black characters on white adhesive
Strong adhesive tapes
Stock No.
Description
TZ-S251
24 mm strong adhesive tape (black characters on white adhesive)
TZ-S241
18 mm strong adhesive tape (black characters on white adhesive)
TZ-S231
12 mm strong adhesive tape (black characters on white adhesive)
TZ-S221
9 mm strong adhesive tape (black characters on white adhesive)
TZ-S211
6 mm strong adhesive tape (black characters on white adhesive)
Special tapes
Stock No.
TZ-IY41
TZ-SE4
TZ-FA3
Description
18 mm iron-on transfer tape (black characters)
18 mm security tape (black characters on white adhesive)
12 mm fabric tape (blue characters on white fabric)
Stamp tapes
Stock No.
SK-MB
SK-LB
SH-MB
SH-LB
Description
Stamp-making kit for medium stamp with black ink
Stamp-making kit for large stamp with black ink
Additional stamper for medium stamp with black ink
Additional stamper for large stamp with black ink
Options
Stock No.
TZ-CL6
Print head cleaning cassette
Description
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Stock No.
Description
12 mm laminated tapes
TZ-131
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-132
Red characters on clear adhesive
TZ-133
Blue characters on clear adhesive
TZ-135
White characters on clear adhesive
TZ-231
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-232
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-233
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-334
Gold characters on black adhesive
TZ-335
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-431
Black characters on red adhesive
TZ-435
White characters on red adhesive
TZ-531
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-535
White characters on blue adhesive
TZ-631
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-635
White characters on orange adhesive
TZ-731
Black characters on green adhesive
TZ-735
White characters on green adhesive
TZ-B31
Black characters on fluorescent orange adhesive
TZ-C31
Black characters on fluorescent yellow adhesive
TZ-D31
Black characters on fluorescent green adhesive
TZ-M31
Black characters on clear (mat) adhesive
9 mm laminated tapes
TZ-121
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-122
Red characters on clear adhesive
TZ-123
Blue characters on clear adhesive
TZ-221
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-222
Red characters on white adhesive
TZ-223
Blue characters on white adhesive
TZ-324
Gold characters on black adhesive
TZ-325
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-421
Black characters on red adhesive
TZ-521
Black characters on blue adhesive
TZ-621
Black characters on yellow adhesive
TZ-721
Black characters on green adhesive
TZ-A25
White characters on gray adhesive
TZ-M21
Black characters on clear (mat) adhesive
6 mm laminated tapes
TZ-111
Black characters on clear adhesive
TZ-211
Black characters on white adhesive
TZ-315
White characters on black adhesive
TZ-611
Black characters on yellow adhesive
24 mm non-laminated tapes
TZ-N251
Black characters on white adhesive
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LA4493001 B