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Important Safety Instructions (English)
Read the following instructions thoroughly before starting up your printer.
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Never carry out maintenance or repair work yourself. Always contact a qualified service technician.
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Keep this Operator’s Manual in a place which is easily accessible at all times.
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Place the printer on a solid and even base so that it cannot fall.
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Never place the printer in the vicinity of inflammable gas or explosive substances.
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Ensure the printer is connected to a socket with the correct mains voltage.
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Always disconnect the printer from the mains before opening the device to perform maintenance work or
remedy errors.
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Do not expose the printer to high temperatures, direct sunlight or dust.
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Keep all liquids away from the printer.
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Protect the printer from shock, impact and vibration.
Make sure that the printer and computer are switched off before connecting the data cable.
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The print head will become very hot during printing; avoid contact with the print head after printing has
finished.
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Do not perform any operation or action in any way other than those provided in this manual. When in
doubt, contact your dealer or your customer support.
The device and mains-socket must all times be easily accessible.
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Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise (German)
Lesen Sie bitte diese Sicherheitshinweise durch, bevor sie den Drucker in Betrieb nehmen.
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Führen Sie Wartungsarbeiten und Reparaturen keinesfalls selbst aus, sondern verständigen Sie immer
einen qualifizierten Servicetechniker.
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Bewahren Sie diese Dokumentation an einem jederzeit zugänglichen Ort auf.
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Den Drucker auf stabilem und ebenem Untergrund so aufstellen, dass er nicht zu Boden fallen kann.
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Stellen Sie den Drucker keinesfalls in der Nähe von leicht entzündlichen Gasen oder explosiven Stoffen
auf.
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Den Drucker nur an eine Steckdose mit der richtigen Spannung anschließen.
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Wenn Sie den Drucker vom Netz trennen wollen, den Drucker ausschalten und immer den Netzstecker
an der Steckdose ziehen.
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Den Drucker weder hohen Temperaturen noch direktem Sonnenlicht und Staub aussetzen.
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Keine Flüssigkeiten mit dem Drucker in Berührung bringen.
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Den Drucker keinen Erschütterungen, Stößen oder Vibrationen aussetzen.
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Sicherstellen, dass der Drucker und der Computer ausgeschaltet sind, bevor das Datenkabel
angeschlossen wird.
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Der Druckkopf wird während des Druckens heiß. Vor dem Berühren deshalb einige Zeit abkühlen
lassen.
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Weichen Sie bei der Bedienung des Druckers nicht von den Anweisungen in der Dokumentation ab.
Bei Unklarheiten wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Händler oder Ihren Kundendienst.
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Maschinenlärminformations – Verordnung – 3.GPSGV, der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70 dB(A)
oder weniger gemäß EN ISO 7779.
Das Gerät und die Netzsteckdose müssen jeder Zeit leicht zugänglich sein.
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Consignes importantes de sécurité (French)
Lire attentivement les instructions suivantes avant de mettre l’imprimante en service.
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Ne jamais effectuer soi-même les travaux d’entretien et de réparations. Contacter toujours un
dépanneur qualifié.
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Placer l’imprimante sur un support stable de façon à ce qu’elle ne puisse pas tomber.
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Ne jamais placer l’imprimante à proximité de sources de gaz aisément inflammables ou de substances
explosives.
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Ne connecter l’imprimante à une prise que lorsque la tension est correcte.
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Pour déconnecter l’imprimante de l’alimentation principale, mettre l’imprimante hors tension et toujours
débrancher le connecteur secteur de la prise murale.
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Ne pas exposer l’imprimante à des températures élevées, à la lumière directe du soleil ou à la poussière.
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Ne pas mettre l’imprimante en contact avec des liquides.
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Ne pas exposer l’imprimante à des chocs, impacts ou vibrations.
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S’assurer que l’imprimante et l’ordinateur sont hors tension avant de connecter le câble de données.
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La tête d’impression est brûlante pendant l’impression. C’est pourquoi laissez-la refroidir quelques
instants avant d’y toucher.
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N'exécutez aucune opération ni action d'une autre manière que celle indiquée dans ce manuel. En cas
de doute, veuillez contacter votre distributeur ou service après-vente.
Le dispositif et la prise principale doivent toujours être accessibles facilement.
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Indicazioni di sicurezza importanti (Italian)
Prima di mettere in funzione la stampante, leggere attentamente le seguenti indicazioni.
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Non eseguire mai da sé gli interventi di manutenzione e riparazione, ma rivolgersi sempre a un tecnico di
assistenza qualificato.
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Conservare le presenti istruzioni per l’uso in un luogo sempre accessibile.
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Collocare la stampante su una superficie stabile, per evitare che cada a terra.
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Non collocare la stampante in prossimità di gas facilmente infiammabili o di sostanze esplosive.
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Collegare la stampante a una presa di corrente con tensione adeguata.
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Per scollegare la stampante dalla rete di alimentazione, spegnere la stampante e disinserire sempre il
connettore di rete dalla presa.
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Non esporre la stampante ad elevate temperature né alla luce solare diretta e alla polvere.
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Evitare il contatto della stampante con liquidi.
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Non esporre la stampante a colpi, scosse o vibrazioni.
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Verificare che la stampante e il computer siano spenti prima di collegare il cavo di trasmissione dati.
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Durante la stampa, la testina si surriscal-da notevolmente. Prima di toccarla, se necessario opportuno
quindi lasciarla raffreddare qualche istante.
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Non eseguire alcuna operazione o azione se non nella maniera descritta nel presente manuale. In caso
di dubbio, contattare il rivenditore o dalla società incaricata dell’assistenza.
Il dispositivo e la presa di corrente devono essere sempre facilmente accessibili.
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Instrucciones de seguridad importantes (Spanish)
Lea las siguientes instrucciones con esmero antes de poner la impresora en servicio.
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Nunca lleve a cabo trabajos de mantenimiento o reparación Ud. mismo, sino consulte a un técnico de
servicio calificado.
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Guarde las presentes instrucciones de servicio en un lugar de fácil acceso en cualquier momento.
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Ponga la impresora sobre un base estable de manera que no pueda caer al suelo.
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Nunca coloque la impresora en la vecindad de gases de fácil inflamabilidad o sunstancias explosivas.
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Asegure conectar la impresora sólo a un enchufe con un voltaje correcto.
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Cuando quiera desconectar la impresora de la red, apague la impresora y siempre tire la clavija de
alimentación del enchufe.
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No exponga la impresora a temperaturas altas, a la luz solar directa y al polvo.
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No ponga la impresora en contacto con fluidos.
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Nunca exponga la impresora a sacudidas, choques o vibraciones.
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Asegúrese de que la impresora y el ordenador estén apagdos antes de conectar el cable de datos.
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La cabeza de impresión se pone muy caliente durante la impresión. Por lo tanto, deje enfriarlo algún
tiempo antes de tocarla.
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No permita que se realice cualquier operación o acción de una forma diferente a lo que se señala en el
manual. En caso de duda, póngase en contacto con su comerciante o con su servicio post-venta.
El dispositivo y la toma de corriente deben estar ubicados de forma que sea fácil acceder a ellos.
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Правила по технике безопасности. (Russian)
Прочитайте, пожалуйста, инструкцию по технике безопасности перед включением в работу принтера.
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Не выполняйте технические работы и ремонт техники самостоятельно, но сообщайте о
неисправностях квалифицированным сервисным техникам.
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Данная инструкция должна быть всегда доступна каждому пользователю.
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Установите принтер на ровном и стабильном месте так, чтобы он не смог упасть на пол.
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Ни в коем случае не ставьте принтер вблизи легко воспламеняющихся газов и взрывчатых веществ.
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Включайте принтер в розетку только с соответствующим напряжением.
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Если Вы хотите отключить принтер от напряжения, сначала выключите принтер сам и затем
выньте штекер из розетки.
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Берегите принтер от нагревания, от попадания на него прямых солнечных лучей и пыли.
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Не допускайте попадания жидкости на принтер.
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Нельзя подвергать принтер тряске, ударам и вибрации.
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Убедитесь, что принтер и компьютер выключены, только после этого соедините принтер с
компьютером.
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Печатающая головка нагревается во время работы принтера. Поэтому подождите какое-то время,
прежде чем дотронуться до нее.
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Пользуйтесь принтером так, как это написано в документации. Если у Вас возникают неясности,
обращайтесь с вопросами к Вашим продавцам или в сервисный центр.
Устройство и розетка должны быть всегда легко доступна.
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Instruções Importantes sobre Segurança (Portuguese)
Leia as instruções de segurança antes de usar a impressora.
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Consulte sempre um técnico qualificado para executar uma reparação .
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Coloque a impressora sobre uma base sólida e nivelada, para que ela não sofra quedas.
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Jamais instale a impressora nas proximidades de lugares onde haja gás inflamável ou substâncias
explosivas.
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Assegure-se de conectar a impressora à tomada elétrica com a voltagem apro-priada.
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Quando desligar a impressora da rede, desligue sempre a impressora e retire o cabo da tomada.
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Não exponha a impressora a temperaturas altas ou luz solar direta.
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Não aproxime substâncias líquidas da impressora.
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Proteja a impressora de choques, impactos e vibrações.
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Desligue a impressora e o computador antes de conectar o cabo da rede.
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A cabeça da impressora pode ficar muito quente . Portanto, espere algum tempo antes de tocá-la.
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Não faça nenhuma operação ou ação além das recomendadas neste manual. Em caso de dúvida,
contate seu revendedor ou companhia de serviço.
A impressora e a tomada devem ser facilmente em todos os momentos acessíveis.
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Önemli Güvenlik Talimatları (Turkish)
Lütfen, yazıcıyı işletime geçirmeden önce bu güvenlik talimatlarını bütünüyle dikkatle okuyun.
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Bakım ve tamir çalışmalarını kesinlikle ve hiçbir surette kendi başınıza yapmayın; her zaman kalifiyebir
uzman servis-teknisyenine haber verin.
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Yazıcıyı, üzerinden yere düşmesi mümkün olmayacak sabit ve düz bir zemine yerleştirin.
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Yazıcıyı kesinlikle ve hiçbir surette kolayca yanabilecek gaz veya patlayıcı maddeler içeren nesnelerin
yakınına koymayın.
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Yazıcı akım kablosunu sadece doğru gerilime sahip bir prize takın.
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Yazıcıyı şebeke ağından ayırmak istediğinizde, yazıcıyı kapatın ve ağ-fişini her zaman prizden çıkartın.
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Yazıcıyı ne yüksek ısılı ne de doğrudan güneş ışığına ve toza mâruz kalan mekânlarda bulundurun.
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Yazıcı hiçbir sıvı maddeyle temasta olmamalıdır.
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Yazıcı hiçbir sarsıntıya, darbeye veya titreşime mâruz kalmamalıdır.
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Veri kablosu bağlanmadan önce hem yazıcının hem de bilgisayarın kapalıolduklarından emin olmalısınız.
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Yazıcının başı basma esnasında yüksek ısıya ulaşıyor. Bu yüzden lütfen dokunmadan önce kısa süre
soğumasını bekleyin.
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Yazıcının işletimi ve kullanımında bu dokümantasyondaki talimatların hiç dışına çıkmayın. Sorunlu
görünen hususlarda lütfen imâlatçınıza veya müşteri hizmetleri servisinize başvurun.
Cihaz ve elektrik prizinin her zaman kolayca erişilebilir olması gerekir.
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TRADEMARK ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
“IBM” is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
“EPSON” is a trademark of Epson America Incorporated.
“DEC” is a trademark of Digital Equipment Corporation.
“Centronics” is a trademark of Centronics Data Computer Corporation.
“DOS” is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
“SAP” is a trademark of SAP AG.
“Windows”, “Windows 7”,”Windows 8”, “Windows 95”, “Windows 98“, “Windows NT”, “Windows
2000”, “Windows 2003/2008/2012 Server”, “Windows XP” and “Windows Vista” are trademarks
of Microsoft Corporation.
All other product names and company names appearing in this manual are the registered
trademarks or trademarks of the individual companies.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Unpacking Guide ............................................................................................................................................1 1.1 Unpacking the Printer ........................................................................................................................................ 1 1.2 Placing the Printer .............................................................................................................................................. 2 1.3 Printer Components ........................................................................................................................................... 3 2 Setting Up Printer ...........................................................................................................................................4 2.1 Install Ribbon ...................................................................................................................................................... 4 2.2 Install the Single Sheet Feeder ........................................................................................................................ 5 2.3 Connecting the Interface Cable........................................................................................................................ 6 2.4 Connecting the Power Supply .......................................................................................................................... 7 2.5 Installing the Windows Driver ........................................................................................................................... 8 3 Paper Installation Guide .............................................................................................................................. 14 3.1 Adjusting the Print Gap Lever......................................................................................................................... 14 3.2 Friction Feed Handling..................................................................................................................................... 14 3.3 Tractor Feed Handling ..................................................................................................................................... 15 3.4 Continuous Paper Placement......................................................................................................................... 16 4 Control Panel Operation.............................................................................................................................. 17 4.1 LED Indicators .................................................................................................................................................. 17 4.2 Control Panel Keys .......................................................................................................................................... 18 4.3 Panel Operation................................................................................................................................................ 19 4.4 Online State....................................................................................................................................................... 20 4.5 Setup State ........................................................................................................................................................ 21 4.6 Power-On State ................................................................................................................................................ 21 5 Printer Setting Changes .............................................................................................................................. 23 5.1 System Setup.................................................................................................................................................... 23 5.2 Paper Setup ...................................................................................................................................................... 24 5.3 Interface Setup.................................................................................................................................................. 26 5.4 Character Setup................................................................................................................................................ 27 5.5 Other Setup ....................................................................................................................................................... 28 5.5.1 German (Deutsch)................................................................................................................................... 28 5.5.2 Russian (Россия).................................................................................................................................... 30 5.5.3 Italian (Italiano) ........................................................................................................................................ 32 5.5.4 French (Français).................................................................................................................................... 33 5.5.5 Spanish (Español)................................................................................................................................... 35 5.5.6 Turkish (Türkce) ...................................................................................................................................... 37 5.5.7 Portuguese (Português) ......................................................................................................................... 38 5.6 Black Mark Parameters ................................................................................................................................... 41 5.7 Bidirectional Alignment .................................................................................................................................... 43 5.8 Restore Factory Default................................................................................................................................... 44 5.9 Tally Dascom Printer Config Tool ................................................................................................................... 45 6 Customized Form ......................................................................................................................................... 46 6.1 Customize Cut Sheet Form Length ............................................................................................................... 46 I Tally Dascom 1140
6.2 Customize Cut Sheet TOF .............................................................................................................................. 48 6.3 Customize Cut Sheet Bottom Margin ............................................................................................................ 48 6.4 Customize Cut Sheet Left Margin .................................................................................................................. 48 6.5 Customize Fanfold Page Formatting Parameters ....................................................................................... 49 7 Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................. 50 7.1 Cleaning............................................................................................................................................................. 50 7.2 Cleaning and Vacuuming the Printer ............................................................................................................. 50 7.3 Cleaning the Paper Rollers ............................................................................................................................. 51 8 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................... 52 8.1 Print Quality Problems and Solutions............................................................................................................ 52 8.2 Paper Handling Problems and Solutions ...................................................................................................... 53 8.3 Operating Problems and Solutions ................................................................................................................ 54 8.4 Printer Failures.................................................................................................................................................. 54 8.5 Error Indications on LEDs ............................................................................................................................... 55 8.6 Diagnostic Functions........................................................................................................................................ 55 8.7 Firmware Update .............................................................................................................................................. 56 9 General Specifications................................................................................................................................. 58 10 Interfaces ..................................................................................................................................................... 61 10.1 Parallel Interface ............................................................................................................................................ 61 10.2 USB Interface.................................................................................................................................................. 62 10.3 Serial interface................................................................................................................................................ 62 11 Character sets & Code Pages................................................................................................................... 64 11.1 Character Sets ................................................................................................................................................ 64 11.2 Code Page Commands ................................................................................................................................. 69 11.3 Code Page Tables .......................................................................................................................................... 70 12 Control Codes Summary ........................................................................................................................... 85 12.1 ESC/P2 Emulation Command List............................................................................................................... 85 12.2 IBM Emulation Command List...................................................................................................................... 87 FCC STATEMENT ............................................................................................................................................ 90 II Tally Dascom 1140
Symbols used
Important information is highlighted in this manual by
two symbols.
CAUTION highlights information which must be
observed in order to prevent injuries to user and
damage to the printer.
NOTE highlights general or additional information
about a specific topic.
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1 Unpacking Guide
1.1 Unpacking the Printer
1. Place your packaged printer on a solid base.
2. Make sure that the “Up” symbols point in the correct direction.
3. Open the packaging, lift the printer out of the cardboard box and remove the remaining
packaging material.
4. Check the printer for any visible transport damage and missing items. If you find any
transport damage or if any accessories are missing, please contact your dealer. The
following items are included:
o Printer o Paper feed knob
o Sheet feeder
o Power cord
o Ribbon cartridge
o CD-ROM
o Installation Guide
o USB cable
Remove the packaging materials from the printer as follows:
1. Open and remove the top covers of the printer following the below picture.
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2. Remove the shipping cardboard from around the print head.
3. Install the paper feed knob. Rotate the paper feed knob to make it fix with the latch. And
then press it to lock. (Step ④ of above picture)
1.2 Placing the Printer
Place the printer on a solid, flat, stable surface; ensuring that the printer is positioned in such
a way that it cannot move, and that there is easy access to the control panel and paper input
devices. Also ensure that there is enough space for sufficient ventilation and for the printed
output.
When selecting the printer location, observe the following additional instructions:
1. Never place the printer near to any flammable gas or explosive substances.
2. Do not expose the printer to direct sunlight. If you cannot avoid placing the printer near
a window, protect it from the sunlight with a curtain.
3. When connecting a computer to the printer, make sure the maximum recommended
cable length is not exceeded.
4. Ensure sufficient distance between the printer and any heating devices/radiators.
5. Avoid exposing the printer to extreme temperature or air humidity fluctuations. Avoid
exposure to dusty environments.
6. It is recommended the printer is installed in a position which reduces noise exposure to
the work place during printing.
7. The power-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
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1.3 Printer Components
Component Gap Lever Paper Guides Print Head Cover Control Panel Paper Feed Lever Paper Feed Knob Power Switch Ribbon Cartridge Ribbon Guide Tractors Power Socket Interface Function Adjusts the print gap lever according to the thickness of paper
Adjusts positioning of single sheet paper
9-pin printing mechanism
Protects print head and other components inside, and reduce noise
Shows printer status, for printer setup
Two positions:
= continuous forms;
= single sheet paper Manual feed or vertical positioning of paper
Power printer ON or OFF
Install ribbon in the printer
For guiding ribbon installation on print head
For feeding and adjustment of continuous forms
Connects power cord to the printer
Connects interface cables from the host
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2 Setting Up Printer
2.1 Install Ribbon
Take special caution: The print head may be hot!
1. Ensure the power to the printer is off and the print gap lever “A” is set to the furthest
open position. Move the carriage to the center of the print platen.
2. Install the recess positions ①-② on the ribbon cassette into the printer mounting.
3. Press the ribbon frame ③ onto the print head.
4. Turn the ribbon knob ④ in clockwise direction until the ribbon fabric is taut. Move the
carriage left and right to ensure the carriage and ribbon fabric can move smoothly.
5. Ensure the print gap lever “A” is set to the original position.
6. Close the printer’s cover. When printer is in operation, ensure the printer’s cover is
closed to keep the noise level to a minimum.
Notes on Ribbon Cartridge Removal: 1. Eject any paper loaded in the printer.
2. Turn off the printer power.
3. Open and remove the cover.
4. Set the gap lever to the most open position labeled “RIBBON”.
5. Move the carriage to the middle. Be careful not to touch the print head if printing had just
been performed, as the print head may be hot.
6. Remove the ribbon frame from the print head.
7. Use fingers to take hold of the handle on the ribbon cartridge firmly, and lift the cartridge
upwards to unlatch it. Some force may be needed to unlatch the cartridge.
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2.2 Install the Single Sheet Feeder
Install the single sheet feeder into the rear of the printer. If you intend to use this paper way,
assure having removed the fanfold paper out of the rear tractor paper way by pressing
Eject way.
Then switch the paper feed lever to Single.
1. As shown in the picture below, unfold the Paper Guides first.Then put the Single Sheet
Feeder into its installation position and push it down to latch.
2. Push the Single Sheet Feeder backward to make it latch again.
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2.3 Connecting the Interface Cable
The USB port is located at the rear of the printer.
IMPORTANT: Make sure the printer and the computer are switched off before connecting or
disconnecting the interface cable to prevent electrical damage to the interface ports.
The printer may also be purchased with an additional interface. The additional
interface can be one of the followings: Parallel, Serial, Ethernet, WIFI or
Bluetooth.
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2.4 Connecting the Power Supply
Checking the printer voltage
Make sure that the device has been set according to your country’s power supply voltage. To
do this, check the rating plate at the back of the printer. Contact your dealer if the setting is
incorrect.
Never switch on the printer if the voltage setting is incorrect; This may result in
electrical damage to the printer.
Make sure that the power
switch “A”, located to the left
side of the printer, is in the
“O” (off) position.
Connect the power cord to
the power inlet of the printer.
Connect the power cord plug
to a mains socket. Switch on
the printer.
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2.5 Installing the Windows Driver
(Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 and 2003 / 2008 / 2012 / 2012R2 Server)
1. Your printer CDROM comes
with Windows drivers. Go to
the Drivers folder and run the
Installer “DriverSetup.exe”.
You will see the screen on the
right. Select language, and
click “Next” to continue.
2. A picture shown on the right
side appears. Click “Next” to
continue.
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3. As shown in the picture on
the right side, click “OK” to
select automatic installation
and click “Cancel” to select
manual installation.
If you have selected automatic installation in the third step, please refer to
following three steps:
1) If you want to select automatic
installation, make sure that the
printer is connected with USB
cable and power on. If the
printer is not connected with
USB cable or power off, a
prompt on right side will
appear if you select automatic
installation. Click “OK” to
select manual installation and
click “Cancel” to cancel
installation.
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2) If automatic installation is
selected and the printer is
connected with USB cable
and power on, the printer
model will be detected
automatically. As shown in
picture on the right side, click
“Next” to continue.
3) As shown in picture on right
the side, USB port will be
detected automatically. Click
“Next” to continue.
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If you have selected manual installation in the third step, please refer to following
two steps:
1) If manual installation is
selected, picture on right
side will appear after you
click “Cancel”. Select the
desired printer model and
click “Next” to continue.
2) Picture on the right side will
appear after you click “Next”.
Select installation port and
click “Next” to continue.
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4. Here you can choose
whether to set the driver as
the system default driver, and
whether you want to print the
Test Page after installation is
completed. Click “Next” to
continue.
5. As shown in the picture on
right side, click “Finish”.
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For XP system, the following situation may appear after you click “Finish” in
above step:
1) If the driver is not yet
Microsoft Certified, the
message on the right would
appear. Click “Continue
Anyway”. (As we continue to
expand our product portfolio,
not all of our drivers may be
certified yet. Please check our
website www.dascom.com for
the latest certified drivers.)
2) Installation in progress.
6. After installation is completed
successfully, you will see the
message on the right.
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3 Paper Installation Guide
The printer can handle either single sheets or continuous forms. Single sheets, also called cut
sheets, include envelopes and non-continuous, multipart forms. Continuous forms include
labels and multipart forms fed into the printer using the forms tractors. The printer is able to
print 1~5 plies multipart paper.
Remove any paper clip or staple. Do not load paper that has been folded or
damaged, wrinkled, or curled.
3.1 Adjusting the Print Gap Lever
The print gap lever is on the left side of the printer inside the top cover. Take care to adjust the
print gap lever to a suitable position whenever you change the number of copies being printed.
Using the wrong print gap may cause print head damage or paper jams.
Paper type
Weight (g/m2) / ply
Thickness (mm)
Gap lever position
Single sheet
3-ply
4-ply
5-ply
Change ribbon
52~100
40~52
40~52
40~52
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0.06~0.12
0.12~0.14
0.17~0.22
0.23~0.27
Above 0.58
1P~2P
3P~4P
4P~5P
5P
RIBBON
There are 2 paper feed modes: friction feed and tractor feed.
3.2 Friction Feed Handling
1. Raise the single sheet feeder until it locks into its mounting.
2. Move the paper-feed lever forward to “ ” for friction feed mode. Make sure that no
paper is in the printer when you switch the paper path.
3. Adjust the print gap lever if necessary.
4. Align the left paper guide with the mark on the left of the single sheet feeder.
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5. Adjust the right paper guide to the width of the paper used.
6. Insert a sheet of paper. Make sure that the bottom edge of the paper engages snugly with
the platen. Please push the paper in manually if the paper does not feed in while the
friction roller is running.
7. The paper should advance automatically to the print position. The printer is now ready to
print in the online state.
3.3 Tractor Feed Handling
1. Move the paper-feed lever backward to “
” for continuous paper position.
2. Adjust the print gap lever if necessary.
3. Raise the tractor doors and fit the first 3 paper holes onto the left tractor pins. Close the
left tractor door. In the same way, install the paper on the right tractor.
4. Adjust the right tractor to the width of the paper until the paper is flat. Do not stretch the
paper too taut. Push the right lock lever down to secure the right tractor in place.
5. Press the【Load/Eject】key to load the paper to the starting print position. The printer is
now ready to print in the online state.
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3.4 Continuous Paper Placement
1. Place the printer on a solid base. The minimum suitable height of the solid base is
75 cm.
2. Left and right positioning: The direction of continuous paper should be parallel with the
paper guide. The tolerance should be less than 3 cm.
3. Front and back positioning: The distance between the rear of printer and the wall should
be more than 60cm. To avoid paper jam, the distance between the continuous paper and
the edge of desk should be 10~15 cm.
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4 Control Panel Operation
Note: A black filled circle means LED off; A white circle means LED on.
There are 4 switches S1~S4 and 4 LEDs L1~L4. The meaning and application of each switch
and LED are described below:
4.1 LED Indicators
“Power/Paper Out” LED:
On: Power on
Flashing: Paper out
Flashing + buzzer: Paper jam
“Font 1 and Font 2” LED:
Flashing together: Indicates continuous paper is at tear-off position; otherwise it indicates the
selected font. See table 4.1.
“Online” LED:
On: The printer is in online state and ready to receive data from the computer.
Off: The printer is in offline state and cannot receive data.
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4.2 Control Panel Keys
“Tear Off” Key:
When online, this key will move any loaded continuous paper to the tear-off position. When in
setup state, this key is used to select the desired font.
“LF/FF” Key:
Pressing this key will feed paper one line forward. By holding down this key, the printer will
initially feed a few lines, then perform a form feed (continuous paper mode) or eject the form
(single sheet mode).
“Load/Eject” Key:
When paper is loaded, pressing this key will eject the paper (single sheet mode) or park the
paper (continuous paper mode). When paper is not loaded, pressing this key will load the
paper to the starting print position.
“Online” Key:
This key switches the printer between online and offline states. Printing is stopped when the
printer is switched to offline state. When printer is switched to online state again, printing will
resume.
Table 4.1
Font Selection Label
L2 State
L3 State
Tear Off
Blink
Blink
Draft
Off
Off
Draft Condensed
Off
On
Quadrato
Off
Blink
Quadrato Condensed
On
Off
Courier
On
On
Courier Condensed
On
Blink
OCR B
Blink
Off
OCR A
Blink
On
Table 4.2
Switch
Label
S1
S2
S3
S4
Tear off
LF/FF
Load/Eject
Online
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Table 4.3
LED
Function
L1
L2
L3
L4
Power/Paper Out
Font1
Font2
Online
4.3 Panel Operation
There are 3 states of operation: Online, Setup and Power On.
In the Online state, the keys provide the following functions: Go to Tear Off position, Line
Feed/Form Feed, Load/Eject, Clear Buffer and switch to offline state for accessing to Setup
state.
In the Setup state, the keys provide font selection, and micro feed paper.
To enter the Power On state, the user holds down a key or a combination of keys while
powering up the printer. This state provides the following functions: Hex-dump, Main Menu
setup, print Main Menu, Customize Form, restore factory defaults, and firmware update.
The followings describe the 3 states in details.
Legend:
[A] = press and hold switch A
{B} = press and then release switch B
[A]+ {B} = press switch B while holding A
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4.4 Online State
Function
Name
Switch
Operation
Tear Off
{S1}
LF
{S2}
FF
[S2]
LED
Function Description
This is valid for tractor mode only. It feeds the form
to the tear-off position. After tearing off the form,
L2, L3 flash
printing starts on the next TOF by pressing any key
or receiving print data from the host.
-
Feeds one line with every press of S2
-
Pressing this key will feed paper one line forward.
By holding down this key, the printer will initially feed
a few lines, then perform a form feed (continuous
paper mode) or eject the form (single sheet mode).
● Load: Automatically loads the paper (according to
path selection) when no paper is on the platen.
● Eject: For rear tractor, it retracts the form from the
platen to allow users to install cut sheets. (NOTE:
Users have to toggle the path selection lever.) For
cut sheets, it ejects the form on the platen.
Load/Eject
{S3}
-
Online
{S4}
L4
Toggles between Online and Offline states.
Setup State
[S4]
L4
Hold the S4 key for 3 seconds. Toggles to 3s Setup
state. Indicated by flashing L4.
Clear Buffer
and Reset
[S4]+{S1}
--
● Clears the print buffer. Beeps once upon
completion.
● Pressing S1 longer initializes the printer to
default settings.Beeps 3 times upon completion.
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4.5 Setup State
Function
Name
Switch
Operation
LED
Function Description
Online state
{S4}
L4
Toggling to the Online state will cause the printer to
go into a ready-to-print state. Any changes made in
Setup state will be saved permanently. Lighting up
L4 indicates the Online state.
Micro UP
{S3}
--
Press S3 to micro feed paper up.
Micro Down
{S2}
--
Press S2 to micro feed paper down.
Font Select
{S1}
L2, L3
Refer to Table 4.1 for details.
4.6 Power-On State
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Function
Name
Switch
Operation
LED
Function Description
Beeps once to indicate going into hex dump mode:
● Prints data from host in hexadecimal
representation.
● Pressing S4 suspends the printing.
Hex Dump
[S3]
-
● When the hex dump has finished, pressing S4
forces the printing of the last line of data, as any
line termination control code from host has no
function.
● Switch off the power to terminate the hex dump.
Menu Setup
/ EDS
[S1]
Self Test /
Status Page
[S4]
-
Allows for Main Menu setting changes. Please read
the instructions printed on how to change settings
when this mode is activated. (EDS: Electronic DIP
Switch)
Prints the printer settings and self-test pattern.
● Alternate flashing of L3 and L4 indicates ready
for firmware update from host.
Firmware
Update
Restore
Factory
Defaults
Customize
Form
[S1]+[S2]+[S3]
+ [S4]
L3, L4
[S2] + [S4]
[S3] + [S4]
● When new firmware is being received: L3 and L4
flash together, while L1 and L2 LEDs are
constantly on.
When downloading is completed, the carriage
returns to home position. Printer initializes normally.
Restore all settings to factory defaults.
The carriage initializes and the printer beeps once
after restoration.
To customize the margins and tear-off position,
please refer Chapter 6 for details.
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5 Printer Setting Changes
In order to meet specific print requirements, the printer configurations may be changed as
follows: Hold down the Load/Eject key while powering on the printer and then release the key
when the print head starts to move. The printer will enter Main Menu setup state. Follow the
instructions printed on how to make setting changes. When a new setting is saved, it is
retained after the printer has been powered off.
The Printer Settings menu contains 8 sub-menus: System Setup, Paper Setup, Interface
Setup, Character Setup, Other Setup, Bi-directional Alignment, BlackMark Mode,Restore
Factory Defaults.
5.1 System Setup
System setup
Valid Settings
Function
Language
English,Deutsch,
Allows user to select one of the following
Poccия,
languages: English, German, Russian, Italian,
Italiano,Français,Españ
French, Spanish and Turkish, Portuguese
ol, Türkçe, Português
Emulation
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
Auto CR
(ESC/P2)
No, Yes
Auto CR(IBM)
No, Yes
Auto LF
No, Yes
Print Dir
Bi-Dir, Uni-Dir
Zero
0, Ø
Graphic Speed
Normal, Fast
Change Pin#1:
Selects the printer emulation. This should be the
same as the host printer driver.
Yes: LF = LF+CR; No: LF = LF
(Applies to ESC/P2 emulation only)
Yes: LF = LF+CR; No: LF = LF
(Applies to IBM emulation only)
Yes: CR = CR+LF; No: CR = CR
Bi-Dir: Graphics and text are printed in both
directions, resulting in faster printing speed.
Uni-Dir: Graphics and text are printed from left to
right, resulting in higher precision.
0: No-slashed Zero 0.
Ø: Slashed Zero Ø.
Selects different print quality and print speed for
graphic.
Defines the first broken / worn out pin. This pin
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, will be substituted by an adjacent pin in the
second pass printing.
9
No: Not to substitution of the worn out pin.
Change Pin #2
Defines the first broken / worn out pin. This pin
will be substituted by an adjacent pin in the
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, second pass printing.
9
No: No substitution.
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System setup
Power-Saving
Impact
Valid Settings
Function
Defines the idle period before the printer gets
OFF, 1min, 2min, 5min, into Save-energy Mode.
10min
OFF: The printer never goes into Save-energy
Mode.
Normal, Heavy
Normal: The print speed is faster causing head
hot easily and the impact force is weaker.
Heavy: The print speed is reduced, resulting
better thermal performance and copy capability.
5.2 Paper Setup
Paper Setup
Single FormLen
Single Top
Single Bottom
Valid Settings
Function
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5,
11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7,
Sets the page length for single paper
8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14,
A4, B4, Define
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, Defines the separation in inches from the top edge
2/3, 3/4, 1, Define
of a single paper to the first print line.
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, Defines the separation in inches from the bottom
2/3, 3/4, 1, Define
edge of a single paper to the last print line.
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2,
-1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Compensation value added to Single Left Mrg.
7, Define
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2,
Single Top
-1, 0,1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Compensation value added to Single Top.
Mrg (0.01”)
7
Defines the settling time before a single sheet is
loaded.
Disable, 0.5sec,
Auto Load
1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec Disable: Press the【Load/Eject】key manually to
load a single sheet.
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5,
11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7,
Fanfold FormLen
Sets the Page Length for fanfold.
8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14,
A4, B4, Define
Single Left Mrg
(1.00mm)
Fanfold Top
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, Defines the separation in inches from the top edge
2/3, 3/4, 1, Define
of a fanfold to the first print line.
Fanfold Bottom
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, Define the separation in inches from the bottom
2/3, 3/4, 1, Define
edge of a fanfold to the last print line.
Fanfold Left Mrg
(1.00mm)
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2,
-1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Compensation value added to Fanfold Left Mrg.
7, Define
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Paper Setup
Fanfold Top Mrg
(0.01”)
Skip
Valid Settings
Function
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2,
-1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Compensation value added to Fanfold Top.
7
Skips printing on perforation area.
No, Yes
Only valid to fanfold.
Yes: Blank lines between 2 pages.
No: No blank lines between 2 pages.
Auto: No incoming print data in 1~2 seconds after
printing completed, the printer advances the form to
the tear-off position. When the printer receives new
print data, the form is ejected to the top-of-form.
Tear
Buzzer
Auto, Manual,
View, Auto @ FF
No, Yes
Manual: After the completion of a print job, press a
panel key to advance the paper to the tear-off
position.
View: No incoming print data in 1~2 seconds after
printing completed causes the printer to advance the
paper by 2 lines. Printing resumes 2 lines below the
torn edge.
Auto @FF: a form feed command is necessary to
auto feed the form to tear position.
No: Buzzer does not sound if out of paper.
Yes: Buzzer sounds if out of paper.
Yes: Measures the width of the paper automatically
after loading the paper.
No: Disables page width measurement.
NOTE:
APW (Auto Paper
No, Yes
Width detection)
The printer is equipped with a page width sensor
called “APW”.
If the sensor is defective, the “APW” setting will not
appear in the menu; The【Power】LED blinks,
【Font 1】and【Font 2】have no change,
【Online】LED is off.
No: Disables black mark sensor.
Yes: Enables black mark sensor.
When “Yes” and online, pressing the Tear Off key
advances the paper to the tear-off position.
BlackMark
No, Yes
BlackMark commands: (also see section 5.6)
• 1D 0C:
Feeds paper to the print position designated by
the black mark. Advance the paper to the tear-off
position after printing.
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Paper Setup
Valid Settings
Function
• 1C 28 4C 03 00 42 m:
m = 0: feeds paper to the print position designated
by the black mark.
m = 1: feeds paper to the black mark tear-off
position.
The pressure lever presses the paper against the
print platen during printing, but it is released for
paper loading.
Invalid: If you uninstall the lever or want to disable
the function, set this setting to “invalid”.
Bail mode
Invalid,Standard,
Special
Standard: Release the lever for paper loading and
lower the lever to press the paper against the platen
during printing.
Special: When the paper is in tear-off position, after
the printer received printing data, the printer will
judge whether tear-off was implemented first. If tearoff was implemented and printing position is in lever
area, then the printer will press the lever; If tear-off
was not implemented, the printer will not press the
lever.
Roll Paper
No, Yes
In friction mode, 【LF/FF】will not eject the paper
and feed to next page. (Assume roll paper)
5.3 Interface Setup
Interface setup
PnP
USB ID
Valid Settings
Function
No, Yes
No: Disables plug and play for USB
No, Yes
Yes: Enables plug and play.
No: Disables USB ID.
Yes: Enables USB ID
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5.4 Character Setup
Character setup
Valid Settings
Function
Italic, Graphic
Italic: Selects standard character sets.
Please refer to UG for details.
Character Table
Graphic: Selects IBM character sets.
Please refer to UG for details.
Group 1, Group 2
The interpretation of ASCII codes
between 0x80~0x9F:
Character Group
Group 1: as control codes.
Group 1: as printable characters.
Int'l Char Set
Font
Pitch(cpi)
Code Page
HS-Draft
USA, France, Germany, UK,
DenmarkI, Sweden, Italy, SpainI,
Japan, Norway, DenmarkII, Spain International character set selections
II, LatinAm, Denmark, China
Draft,DraftCond,Quadrato,Quadr
atoCond,Courier,CourierCond,
Selects the font.
OCR B,OCR A Controls the characters per inch
10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
setting.
CP 437, CP 737, CP 850, CP
851, CP 852, CP 857, CP 858,
CP 860, CP 861, CP 863, CP
1252, CP 1253, CP 1254, 88591, 8859-1 (SAP), 8859-2, 8859-5, Code page selections
8859-7, 8859-9, 8859-15,
Kamenicky , Mazovia, 866
Bulgaria, CP 1250, CP 1251.
BRASCII, Abicomp, CP 865, CP
866, CRO-ASCII
Yes: Prints High Speed Draft when
No, Yes
Draft font is selected.
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5.5 Other Setup
Other setup
Form Length Ctrl
Valid Settings
No, Yes
Function
No: Form length commands are invalid in neither
of the emulation.
Yes: Form length commands are valid in either of
the emulations.
PrintSpeed Ctrl
No, Yes
No: Print speed commands are invalid in neither of
the emulation.
Yes: Print speed commands are valid in either of
the emulations.
Pitch Ctrl
No, Yes
No: Ignores CPI commands
Yes: CPI commands are valid
Font Ctrl
No, Yes
No: Ignores font select commands
Yes: font select commands are valid
Uni-Dir Ctrl
No, Yes
No: Uni-Direction print commands are invalid in
neither of the emulation.
Yes: Uni-Direction print commands are valid in
either of the emulations.
5.5.1 German (Deutsch)
System Setup
Gültige Werte
Sprache
English, Deutsch, Poccия, Italiano, Français, Español, Türkçe,
Português
Emulation
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
Auto CR (ESC/P2)
Nein, Ja
Auto CR (IBM)
Nein, Ja
Auto LF
Nein, Ja
Druck Dir
Bi-Dir, Uni-Dir
Null
0, Ø
Graphikgeschw.
Normal, Schnell
Ersetze 1.Nadel
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Ersetze 2.Nadel
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Impact Mode
Normal, Stark
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Papier Setup
Einzel Länge
Einzel Ob Rand
Einzel Unt Rand
Einzel Li Rand
Einzel Ob Rand Fein
Auto Laden
Endlos Form Länge
Endlos Ob Rand
Endlos Unt Rand
Endlos Li Rand
Endlos Ob Rand Fein
Perforationssprung
Abreissen
Summer
Black Mark
Andruckbügelmodus
Gültige Werte
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Definiert
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definiert
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definiert
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definiert
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Ungültig, 0.5sec, 1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Definiert
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definiert
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definiert
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definiert
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Nein, Ja
Auto, Manuell, Kurz, Auto@FF
Nein, Ja
Nein, Ja
Ungültig, Standard, Spezial
Schnittstellen Setup
Gültige Werte
PnP
Nein, Ja
USB ID
Nein, Ja
Zeichen Setup
Zeichentabelle
PC-Zeichensatz
Land
Font
Laufweite(cpi)
Zeichensatz
HS-Draft
Formularlänge Strg
Geschwindigkeit Strg
Laufweite Strg
Font Strg
Gültige Werte
Italic, Graphik
Gruppe 1, Gruppe 2
USA, Frankreich, Deutschland, UK, Dänemark I, Schweden,
Italien, Spanien I, Japan, Norway, Dänemark II, Spanien II, LatAmerika, Dänemark/Norwegen, China
Draft, DraftCond, Quadrato, QuadratoCond, Courier,
CourierCond, OCR B, OCR A 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
CP 437, CP 737…
Nein, Ja
Nein, Ja
Nein, Ja
Nein, Ja
Nein, Ja
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Uni-dir Strg
Nein, Ja
Erweitertes Setup
Gültige Werte
Formularlänge Strg
Nein, Ja
Geschwindigkeit Strg
Nein, Ja
Laufweite Strg
Nein, Ja
Font Strg
Nein, Ja
Uni-dir Strg
Nein, Ja
5.5.2 Russian (Россия)
обновление системы
Яэык
Эмуляция
Авто CR( ESC/P2)
Авто CR (IBM)
Авто LF
направлениe пeчaти
Ноль
Скнпнсть oечатк
Заменa 1.иглы
Заменa 2 иглы
воздействия
Настройка бумаги
Длина отдельн. листов
Верх. поле oтд. лист
нижн. поле отд. лист
Слевa отстyл лист
Верх отс. л. тонко
Автозагрузка
Длина непрер. бумаги
Верх. поле непр. бум
нижн. поле непр бум
Слевa отстyл нeпpep
Верх отс. тонко нeпp
Правильные значения
English, Deutsch, Poccия, Italiano, Français, Español, Türkçe,
Português
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
Нет, Да,
Нет, Да,
Нет, Да
Однонаправ, Двунаправ
0, Ø
Hopмaльнo, быстро
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Нормaльно, сильно
Правильные значения
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
определен
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, определен
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, определен
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, определен
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
недейств, 0.5sec, 1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
определен
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, определен
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, определен
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, определен
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
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Пропуск перфорации
Нет, Да
Настройка бумаги
Отрыв бумаги
Звук
черной метки
Мод. прижимн. скоба
Правильные значения
Авто, ручной, короткий, Auto@FF
Нет, Да
Нет, Да
Недопустимо, Cтандарт, Специально
Настройка интерфейс
Правильные значения
PnP
Нет, Да
USB ID
Нет, Да
Настройка символов
Таблица знаков
Группа символов
Набор знаков
шрифт
знаков/дюйм (cpi)
Кодовая таблица
Высокaя скорость
Правильные значения
Курсив, Графика
Группа I, группа II
USA, France, Germany, UK, Дания-I, Sweden, Italy, Spain-I,
Japan, Норвегия, Дания II, Spain II, Латинская Америка,
Дания/Норвегия, Китай
Draft, DraftCond, Quadrato, QuadratoCond, Courier,
CourierCond, OCR B, OCR A 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
CP437, CP737…
Нет, Да
Другие настройки
длинa формyляp Ctrl
скорости Ctrl
Шaг Ctrl
ШpиФт Ctrl
однонаправленной Ctrl
Правильные значения
Нет, Да
Нет, Да
Нет, Да
Нет, Да
Нет, Да
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5.5.3 Italian (Italiano)
Setup sistema
Linguaggio
Emulazione
Auto CR (ESC/P2)
Auto CR (IBM)
Auto LF
Direz. Stampa
Zero
Veloc. Grafica
Primo ago rotto
Secondo ago rotto
Modo Impatto
Impostazioni Valide
English, Deutsch, Poccия, Italiano, Français, Español, Türkçe,
Português
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
Bi-Dir, Uni-Dir
0, Ø
Normale, Veloce
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Normale, Pesante
Imposta carta
Lunghezza Foglio
Margine Sup. Foglio
Margine Infer. Foglio
Regola foglio a SX
Regola Sup. Foglio
Autocaricamento
Lungh. Mod. Continuo
Margine Superiore
Mar. Inf. Continuo
Regola a SX continuo
Regola Sup. continuo
Salto Perforazione
Strappo
Cicalino
Segno nero riferim
Barra rullini
Impostazioni Valide
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Definito
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definito
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definito
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definito
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Non valid, 0.5sec, 1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Definito
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definito
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definito
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definito
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
No, Si
Auto STP, STP manuale, STP corto, Auto@FF
No, Si
No, Si
Non valido, Standard, Speciale
Setup IF
PnP
ID USB
Impostazioni Valide
No, Si
No, Si
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Imposta caratteri
Tabella Caratteri
Gruppo Carattere
Set Carat. Int.
Fonte
Spaziatura (cpi)
Code Page
HS-Bozza
Impostazioni Valide
Italico, Grafica
Groupo 1, Groupo 2
USA, Francia, Germania, Regno Unito, Danimarca I, Svezia,
Italia, Spagna I, Giappone, Norvegia, Danimarca II, Spagna II,
Sudamerica, Danimarca/Norvegia, Porcellana
Draft, DraftCond, Quadrato, QuadratoCond, Courier,
CourierCond, OCR B, OCR A 10, 12, 15,17, 20,PS
CP437, CP737…
No, Si
Altri Setup
Comando lunghezza
Comando velocità
Comando Spaziatura
Comando Fonte
Comando stampa mono
Impostazioni Valide
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
5.5.4 French (Français)
Réglage Système
Language
Emulation
RC-Auto (ESC/P2)
RC-Auto (IBM)
SL-Auto
Dir Impr
Zéro
Vitesse graphiq.
Changer aiguille 1
Changer aiguille 2
Mode Impact
Paramètres Valides
English, Deutsch, Poccия, Italiano, Français, Español, Türkçe,
Português
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
Bidir, Unidir
0, Ø
Normal, Rapide
Non, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Non, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Normal, Fort
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Réglage papier
Feuille LongPage
Bord Sup. Feuille
Bord Inf. Feuille
Marge Gauche Feuille
Marge Haute Feuille
Chargem. Autom
Listing Longpage
Listing Bord Sup.
Listing Bord infér
Listing Marge Gauche
Listing Marge Haute
Saut perforation
Coupe
Alarma
Mode Repère Noir
Mode entrainement
Paramètres Valides
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Définie
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Définie
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Définie
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Définie
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Non, 0.5sec, 1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Définie
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Définie
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Définie
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Définie
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Non, Oui,
Auto, Manuelle, Courte, Auto@FF
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
Non Valid, Standard, Spécial
Config Interface
PnP
USB ID
Paramètres Valides
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
Config. Caractère
Table caractere
Groupe Caractères
Pays
Police
Espacement (cpi)
Code Page
HS-Draft
Paramètres Valides
Italique, Graphique
Groupe 1, Groupe 2
USA, France, Allemagne, Royaume-Uni, Denmark I, Suède,
Italie, Espagne, Japon, Norvège, Denmark II, Espagne II,
Ameriquelat, Denmark/Norvège, Chine
Draft, DraftCond, Quadrato, QuadratoCond, Courier,
CourierCond, OCR B, OCR A 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
CP437, CP737…
Non, Oui
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Autre réglage
Ctrl LongPage
Ctrl Vitesse Impr.
Ctrl Espacement
Ctrl Fonte
Ctrl Impr. Uni-Dir
Paramètres Valides
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
Non, Oui
5.5.5 Spanish (Español)
Config. Sistema
Lenguage
Emulación
Auto CR (ESC/P2)
Auto CR (IBM)
Auto LF
ModoImpresión
Cero con barra
Imp. Grafica
Sust. 1er pin roto
Sust. 2do pin roto
Modo de Impacto
Ajustes validos
English, Deutsch, Poccия, Italiano, Français, Español, Türkçe,
Português
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
Bi-Dir, Uni-Dir
0, Ø
Normal, Rápido
Non, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Non, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Normal, Fuerte
Config. Papel
Tam. Hojas Sueltas
Margen Sup. Hoja S.
Margen Inf. Hoja S
Marg. Izq. Hoja S.
Marg. Sup. Hoja S.
Auto Carga
Tam. Papel Continuo
Mar. Sup. Pap. Con
Mar. Inf. Pap. Cont.
Marg. Iz. Pap. Cont.
Marg. Sup. Pap. Cont.
Salto perforación
Corte
Alarma
Ajustes validos
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Inválido, 0.5sec, 1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4, B4,
Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
No, Si
Automático, Manual, Corto, Auto@FF
No, Si
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Config. Papel
Modo Marca Negra
Modo de barra de
presión
Ajustes validos
No, Si
Inválido, Estándar, Especial
Conf. Interface
PnP
ID USB
Ajustes validos
No, Si
No, Si
Config. Carácter
Tabla de Caracteres
Grupo de Caracteres
Juego Carácter Int.
Tamaño Letra (cpi)
Fuente
Tabla Carácter
Alta Velocidad
Ajustes validos
Italic, Grafica
Grupo 1, Grupo 2
USA, Francia, Alemania, Reino Unido, Dinamarca I, Suecia,
Italia, España, Japón, Noruega, Dinamarca II, España II,
AméricaLat, Dinamarca, China
10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
Draft, DraftCond, Quadrato, QuadratoCond, Courier,
CourierCond, OCR B, OCR A CP437, CP737…
No, Si
Config. Otros
Cmd. Long. de Hoja
Cmd. Vel. Impresión
Cmd. Tamaño Letra
Cmd. Fuente
Cmd. Imp. Uni-dir
Ajustes validos
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
No, Si
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5.5.6 Turkish (Türkce)
Sistem Ayarı
Geçerli ölçüler
English, Deutsch, Poccия, Italiano, Français, Español,
Türkçe, Português
Emülation
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
Otom. Satırbaşı (ESC/P2) Hayır, Evet
Otom. Satırbaşı (IBM)
Hayır, Evet
Otom. Satır besleme
Hayır, Evet
Yazdırma yönü
Ÿki-Yöne Tek-Yöne
Sıfır Sayısı
0, Ø
Grafik Hızı
Normal, Hızı
Arızalı 1. iğne yed
Hayır, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Arızalı 2. iğne yed
Hayır, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Vuruş modu
Normal, Güçlü
Lisan
Kağıt Ayarı
Tek kağıt uzunluğu
Tek-kağıt Üst boşluğu
Tek-kağıt Altkenar
Tek-kağıt Sol ayar
Tek-kağıt Üst ayar
Otom. Yükleme
Sürekli Kağıt Uzunluğu
Sürekli Üst Marj
Sür. Form Kğt Alt
Sür Form Kğt Sol
Sür Form Kğt Üst
Delik atlama
Kağıt Kesme
ikaz
Siyah Çizgi algı
basınç yay modu
Geçerli ölçüler
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4,
B4, Oto.Tanım.
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Oto.Tanım.
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Oto.Tanım.
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Oto.Tanım.
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Geçersiz, 0.5sec, 1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4,
B4, Oto.Tanım.
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Oto.Tanım.
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Oto.Tanım.
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Oto.Tanım.
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Hayır, Evet
Oto.kesim, Elle kesim, kisa kesim, Auto@FF
Hayır, Evet
Hayır, Evet
Geçersiz, Standart, özel
Bağlantı Ayarı
PnP
USB ID
Geçerli ölçüler
Hayır, Evet
Hayır, Evet
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Karakter ayarı
Karakter tablosu
Karakter Grubu
Karakter setleri
Yazı Karakteri
Karakter Sıklığı (cpi)
Kod Sayfası
Yük.Hız-Taslak
Geçerli ölçüler
ÿtalik, Grafik
Grup 1, Grup 2
Amerika, Fransa, Almanya, İngiltere, Danimarka I, İsveç,
İtalya, İspanya, Japonya, Norveç, Danimarka II, İspanya II, Ltn
Amerika, Danimarka, Çin
Draft, DraftCond, Quadrato, QuadratoCond, Courier,
CourierCond, OCR B, OCR A 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
CP437, CP737..
Hayır, Evet
Diğer Ayarlar
Kğt Uzunluk Komutu
Baskı Hızı Komutu
Karak. Aralık Kont.
YazıTipi Komutu
Tek yön bask Komutu
Geçerli ölçüler
Hayır, Evet
Hayır, Evet
Hayır, Evet
Hayır, Evet
Hayır, Evet
5.5.7 Portuguese (Português)
Config. Sistema
Valores válidos
Linguagem
English, Deutsch, Poccия, Italiano, Français, Español,
Türkçe, Português
Emulação
Auto CR (ESC/P2)
Auto CR (IBM)
Auto LF
Direção Imp.
Zero
Imp. Grafica
Substituiço Pino 1
Substituiço Pino 2
Modo de Impacto
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
Bi-Dir, Uni-Dir
0, Ø
Normal, Rápido
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
No, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Normal, Forte
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Config. Papel
Tam. Folha Solta
Margem Topo Folha
Margem Inf. Folha
Margem Esq. Folha
Margem Dir. Folha
Carreg. Auto
Tam. Form. Cont.
Mar. Topo Form. Cont.
Mar. Inf. Form. Cont.
Mar. Esq. Form. Cont.
Marg. Topo Form. Cont.
Salte perfuração
Corte
Cigarra
Modo Marca Preta
Modo De Pressão
Valores válidos
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4,
B4, Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Desativo, 0.5sec, 1sec, 1.5sec, 2sec
2.5, 11/4, 3, 3.5, 11/3, 4, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, A4,
B4, Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
0, 1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 1, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Definido
-7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Não, Sim
Automático, Manual, Curto, Auto@FF
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
Invalido, Norma, Especial
Confi. Interface
PnP
ID USB
Valores válidos
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
Config. Caráter
Tabela de carateres
Grupo de carateres
Conj. carateres Int.
Fonte
Passo (cpi)
Página de Código
Alta Velocidad
Valores válidos
Italic, Graphic
Group 1, Group 2
EUA, França, Alemanha, Reino Unido, Dinamarca, Suécia,
Itália, Espanha, Japão, Noruega, Dinamarca II, Espanha II,
América Lat, Dinamarca, China
Draft, DraftCond, Quadrato, QuadratoCond, Courier,
CourierCond, OCR B, OCR A 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
CP437, CP737
Não, Sim
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Config. Outros
Cmd. Tam. de Folha
Cmd. Vel. Impresso
Cmd. Passo
Cmd. Fonte
Cmd. Imp. Uni-dir
Valores válidos
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
Não, Sim
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5.6 Black Mark Parameters
This printer uses tractors to load fanfold forms with pre-printed black marks.
The printer requires 3 parameters to print on paper with black marks:
1. Horizontal offset of black mark from the edge of page (called Black Mark Physical
Horizontal Position); later on, this value facilitates the printer to locate its scanner
preparing for identifying the black marks.
2. Vertical offset of the first print line from the black mark (called Distance Offset From
BlackMark To Print Position); later on, the print makes use of this value to print the first
line relative to the black mark.
3. Vertical offset of the tear-off edge from the black mark (called Distance Offset From
BlackMark To Tear Position); this value informs the printer the tear-off position of the
page.
Not to skip or change the order of setting the above 3 parameters.
The procedures to set the parameters:
1. Hold down the Tear key while powering on the printer and then release the key when
the print head starts to move. After loading paper, the printer prompts the Printer
Settings
Printer Settings
[TEAR]=Back, [LF]=Next, [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Exit,
[ONLINE]+[LOAD/EJECT]=Save and restart the printer.
System Setup
2. Press the Next or Back keys to scroll forward or backward the sub-menus till the printer
shows:
BlackMark Mode
3. Press OK to go into the BlackMark menu. The printer prompts:
[Black Mark Adjustment Mode]
[TEAR]= Back, [LF]= Next, [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Exit,
[ONLINE]+[LOAD/EJECT]= Save and restart the printer.
Black Mark Physical Horizontal Position
Press any key to eject the paper, and load paper with black mark in the Fanfold
Path.
4. The last prompt above advises you to press any key to unload the dialog form. Then
load a fanfold form with black mark.
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5. Ensure to place the lever at position. Then press the Load/Eject key to load the black
marked form. The top edge of the form will then align with the printer’s tear-off blade.
Press Next or Back until you see the black mark marginally exposed out of the tear-off
blade. Then press OK to allow the printer to scan the horizontal offset of the black mark
relative to the left edge of the page. (Meanwhile, the vertical position of the black mark
is measured and recorded.)
When the printer fails to scan the horizontal offset (see the below picture), it prompts
you to repeat the above procedures. If scanning is successful, it prompts:
Successfully setup black mark parameters.
Distance Offset From Black Mark To Print Position
6. The last prompt above invites you to set the next parameter --- vertical offset of the first
print line from the black mark. Like other setting dialogs, you have options:
1) to bypass this setting (by pressing Next or Back), (WARNING: Not to skip or change
the order in Black Mark Setting.)
2) to accept the Distance Offset (by pressing OK),
3) to leave the subsequent settings (by press Exit),
4) to terminate the session and save modified parameter(s) (by pressing Save and
Restart).
7. When you respond with “OK” to set the vertical offset, the printer prompts you to reload
a black marked fanfold form:
Press any key to eject the paper, and load paper with black mark in the Fanfold
Path.
The top edge of the form will then align with the printer’s tear-off blade. Press Next or
Back to feed or reverse-feed the paper till the desired first print line position is reached.
(With the above measured vertical position, the printer will convert the next paper
feeding to the TOF relative to the black mark.) Press OK to confirm the vertical offset.
Then the print prompts the invitation for setting the tear-off position relative to the black
mark:
Successfully setup black mark parameters.
Distance Offset From Black Mark To Tear Position
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8. When you respond with OK to set the tear-off position, the printer prompts you to reload
a black marked fanfold form:
Press any key to eject the paper, and load paper with black mark in the Fanfold
Path.
The printer reloads the form. By default the form stops 5.5 inches away from the
printer’s tear-off blade. Press Next or Back to feed or reverse-feed the paper till the
desired tear-off position is reached. (With the above measured vertical position, the
printer will convert the net paper feeding to the tear-off position relative to the black
mark.) Press OK to confirm the tear-off offset relative to the black mark. Finally, press
Save and Restart to save new settings and terminate the session.
5.7 Bidirectional Alignment
When wiggling vertical grids appears in tabular reports, you should adjust the Bidirectional
Alignment. The procedures to adjust bi-directional alignment across adjacent line grids:
1. Hold down the Tear key while powering on the printer and then release the key when
the print head starts to move. After loading paper, the printer prompts the Printer
Settings.
Printer Settings
[TEAR]=Back, [LF]=Next, [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Exit,
[ONLINE]+[LOAD/EJECT]=Save and restart the printer.
System Setup
2. Press the Next or Back keys to scroll forward or backward the sub-menus till the printer
shows:
Bi-directional Alignment
3. Press OK to go into the Bi-directional Test menu. The printer prompts:
[Bi-direction Alignment]
[TEAR]=-1, [LF]=+1, [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Back,
[ONLINE]+[LOAD/EJECT]=Save and restart the printer
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to the top line by 1 fine step. After pressing “+1” twice and then “OK”, the printer
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5. Repeat the adjustment till two grid lines align satisfactory as “|”. Press “OK” again. The
printer asks if you want to save the correction:
Save the parameter settings ([LOAD/EJECT] or [ONLINE] = OK, [LF] = Next)?
Yes
At this stage, you have the options to save or give up the correction by pressing OK or Next,
respectively. If you respond with OK, an asterisk “*” appends to “Yes” to confirm saving
change. If you intend to give up the correction by pressing Next, the printer prompts a “No”
Then a confirmative response of OK appends an asterisk “*” to the “No” prompt.
The printer then exits the Bi-directional Test and proceeds with the next setup menu.
5.8 Restore Factory Default
The procedures to restore factory default settings:
1. Hold down the Tear key while powering on the printer and then release the key when
the print head starts to move. After loading paper, the printer prompts the Printer
Settings
Printer Settings
[TEAR]=Back, [LF]=Next, [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Exit,
[ONLINE]+[LOAD/EJECT]=Save and restart the printer.
System Setup
2. Press the Next or Back keys to scroll forward or backward the sub-menus till the printer
shows:
Restore Factory Defaults
3. Press OK to go into restore factory default dialog. The printer prompts:
[Restore Factory Defaults]
Restore factory settings ([LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Exit)?
Yes
4. At this stage you have the option of OK to restore default setting or Exit to discard the
restoration.
5. If input OK, the printer prints an asterisk “*” appending the “Yes” and prompts
successful restoration:
Restore factory settings successfully
6. The printer beeps once to indicate successful restoration.
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5.9 Tally Dascom Printer Config Tool
In the CDROM is a software utility called “Tally Dascom Printer Config Tool”. This application enables a
convenient, simple, and fast way to control your printer without touching any keys on the operation panel.
1. Start the tool installation by double clicking the “Tally Dascom Printer Config Tool Setup.msi”.
2. Connect the printer to the system using USB cable
3. Power up the printer.
4. Run the tool from the Windows Start menu by selecting All Programs, then Dascom Printer Setup,
and then Tally Dascom Printer Setup.
5. For more information on how to use the tool, go to the Help menu and select User Guide.
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6 Customized Form
This printer allows the customization on the form length, TOF, bottom margin and left margin
for single sheets and fanfold. Restore Factory Defaults can recover these default values.
Selecting the Define value(s) in section 5.2 (Paper Setup menu) allows the printer to take up the
customized page formatting value(s).
The parameter setting procedures involve:
1. The printer prompts the dialogs and you follow the prompts.
2. Before every measurement or change, the print instructs you to unload the conversation
form from the printer.
3. With the exception of measuring the form length for cut sheets, always set the lever to
the tractors position .
4. For form length measurement, insert the customized form from the proper paper path.
The other six settings are actually done on general fanfold forms --- not the actual
customized form. Fanfold paper gives direct visual results on the TOF, bottom and left
margins even though cut sheets will be used in actual application.
6.1 Customize Cut Sheet Form Length
1. Hold down both the Online and Load/Eject keys while powering on the printer and
then release the keys when the carriage initializes and beeps once. After loading a
form the printer prompts:
Customize Form
[TEAR]=Back, [LF]=Next, [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Exit,
[ONLINE]+[LOAD/EJECT]=Save and restart the printer.
Single sheet
2. Press “OK” to start customizing all or part of 4 parameters for single sheet. The printer
prompts:
[Single sheet]
Form Length
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3. You may skip to other customized settings by pressing “Next” or “Back”. Once you
press “OK” to continue with form length measurement, the printer prompts:
1.Press any key to clear the Setup Instructions Page from the printer. Insert
the Customized Page into the corresponding paper path. Press [LOAD/EJECT] to
load and measure the page length.
2.The printer rolls over the entire Customized Page to measure its length.
After measurement, press [LOAD/EJECT] to load a blank Setup Instructions Page
to report the measured value.
3. Press [LOAD/EJECT] to save the measured value.Repeat the above steps if the
printed value is dissatisfactory.
Illustrations for above step 1 and step 2.
4. Follow the given prompt to unload the conversation form. Load the customized form to
allow the printer to scan the page length. After the measurement, load another
conversation form to let the printer print out the measured length.
The measured form length is: 11.0Inch, approximately equal to 279mm,
accuracy of plus or minus 0.1 inches.
The measured value has been saved. Remeasure ( [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE] =Exit)?
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5. At this stage:
If Load/Eject is pressed, an asterisk “*” is appended to “Yes” and you should repeat the
procedures for form length measurement as mentioned. Or,
If you input “Exit”, the printer saves the measurement value and proceeds with the next
customized setting.
6.2 Customize Cut Sheet TOF
1. After you follow through all the steps in 6.1 or you input “Next” in step 3 in 6.1, the
printer prompts:
Top Margin
2. You may skip to other customized settings by pressing “Next” or “Back”. Once you
press “OK” to continue with customization of cut sheet TOF, the printer prompts:
Press any key to eject current page, load paper in the Fanfold paper path, and then
proceed as follows:
[TEAR] = -(1/72) inch, [LF] = +(1/72) inch, [LOAD/EJECT] = OK, [ONLINE] = Exit,
[ONLINE] + [LOAD/EJECT] = Save and restart the printer.
3. Follow the given prompt to unload the conversation form. Ensure the lever is at
position. Then press the Load/Eject key to load fanfold paper from tractors. The top
edge of the form initially aligns with the printer’s tear-off blade. You may input +/- 1/72”
to adjust the TOF position. When you get the desirable TOF, press OK or Exit. The
printer prompts the customized TOF value:
The defined position is: 4.2 mm.
Save the parameter settings ([LOAD/EJECT] or [ONLINE]=OK, [LF]=Next)?
Yes
4. At this stage:
If Load/Eject is pressed, an asterisk “*” is appended to “Yes” and you should repeat the
procedures for form length measurement as mentioned. Or,
If you input “Exit”, the printer saves the measurement value and proceeds with the next
customized setting.
6.3 Customize Cut Sheet Bottom Margin
1. After you follow through all the steps in 6.2 or you input “Next” twice in step 3 in 6.1, the
printer prompts:
Bottom Margin
2. The remaining operations are nearly the same as described in section 6.2. The only
difference is to input +/- 1/72” till you get the desirable bottom margin.
6.4 Customize Cut Sheet Left Margin
1. After you follow through all the steps in 6.3 or you input “Next” three times in step 3 in
6.1, the printer prompts:
Left Margin
2. The remaining operations are nearly the same as described in section 6.2. The only
difference is to input +/- 1/72” till you get the desirable left margin.
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6.5 Customize Fanfold Page Formatting Parameters
The customizations of the form length, TOF, bottom and left margins for fanfold are exactly
the same as describe. All you need is to bypass the Single Sheet menu under Customize
Form. Follow step 1 in section 6.1:
Customize Form
[[TEAR]=Back, [LF]=Next, [LOAD/EJECT]=OK, [ONLINE]=Exit,
[ONLINE]+[LOAD/EJECT]=Save and restart the printer.
Single sheet
Then hit “Next” instead to get into the fanfold parameter menus:
[Tractor Paper]
Form Length
Refer section 6.1 to 6.4 for details on customizing the form length, TOF, bottom margin, and
left margin for fanfold.
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7 Maintenance
Your printer requires very little care. Occasional cleaning and replacement of the ribbon
cartridge are all that is required. Cleaning is recommended approximately every 6 months
or 300 hours of operation, whichever is sooner. Lubrication of the printer is not usually
necessary. If the print head carriage does not move smoothly back and forth, clean the
printer in the manner described in this chapter. If the problem continues, contact your dealer
to determine whether lubrication may be necessary.
Switch printer off and unplug the power cord from the main before doing any
maintenance work.
7.1 Cleaning
The housing and the top cover of the printer help protect it against dust, dirt, and other
contaminants. However, paper produces small particles that accumulate inside the printer.
This section explains how to clean and vacuum the printer and how to clean the paper bail
rollers. It is easier to clean the printer when the cover is open.
7.2 Cleaning and Vacuuming the Printer
If the print head carriage does not move smoothly back and forth or paper particles have
accumulated in the printer, clean the printer.
To clean and vacuum the printer:
1. Remove any paper from the printer. Make sure that the power is off, and then
disconnect the printer power cord.
2. Using a soft vacuum brush, vacuum the exterior of the printer. Also vacuum the cut
sheet edge.
3. Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe the exterior of the printer, including the cover. A mild
detergent may be used. Do not use solvents, kerosene, or abrasive cleaning materials
that may damage the printer.
4. Open the cover of the printer and remove the ribbon cartridge. Using a soft vacuum
brush, gently vacuum the platen, the print head carriage and shaft, and surrounding
areas. You can easily slide the print head to the left or right when the power is off. Be
careful not to press too hard on the flat head cable that extends from the print head
carriage.
5. Re-install the ribbon cartridge.
6. Remove the single sheet feeder and clean the form tractors and the surrounding areas.
7. Re-install the single sheet feeder.
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7.3 Cleaning the Paper Rollers
Clean the platen and paper bail rollers occasionally or when stains or smudges appear on
the paper. Use a mild detergent as appropriate. Do not use alcohol to clean the platen or
the rollers. Alcohol may cause the rubber to harden.
To clean the rollers and the platen:
1. Apply a small amount of water to a soft cloth. Avoid spilling liquid inside the printer.
2. Place the cloth against the platen and manually rotate the paper feed knob.
3. Repeat this procedure for each roller.
4. To dry the platen, place a dry cloth against the platen and the rollers and manually
rotate the paper feed knob.
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8 Troubleshooting
Your printer is extremely reliable, but occasionally problems may occur. This chapter provides
information on some of the common problems you may encounter and how you may solve
them. If you encounter problems that you cannot resolve, contact your dealer or service
partner for assistance.
8.1 Print Quality Problems and Solutions
Problem
Solution
z Make sure that the ribbon cartridge is properly installed
Printing is too light or too
dark.
and that the ribbon feeds smoothly.
z Replace the ribbon if necessary.
z Make sure that the print gap lever is set for the thickness
of your paper.
z Make sure that the print gap lever is set for the thickness
of your paper.
Smears and stains appear on z Check for ribbon wear. Replace the ribbon if necessary.
the page.
z Check whether the tip of the print head is dirty. Clean the
head with a soft cloth if necessary.
z The print head may need to be replaced.
z Make sure that the interface cable is securely connected
to both the printer and computer.
Printing is erratic or the wrong z Make sure that the printer driver selected in your software
characters are printed. Many
is the same as the emulation selected on the printer.
“?” or unexpected characters
z Check the length of the interface cable. (Maximum
are printed.
Parallel & USB: 2 meters, Serial: 15 meters)
z Try another interface cable.
The page is blank.
z Make sure that the ribbon cartridge is properly installed. z Make sure the gap lever is set correctly.
Printing is vertically
misaligned (jagged).
Use the printer's vertical alignment function to check the
vertical print alignment. If necessary, adjust the print
alignment.
The top margin is wrong.
z Check the application top margin setting.
z Adjust the Top Margin setting in Page Setup menu if
necessary.
Lines are double spaced
instead of single spaced.
z Change the Auto LF setting in the System Setup menu to
The printer overprints on the
same line.
z Change the Auto CR setting in the System Setup menu
No.
to No.
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Problem
Solution
The next print line starts
z Change the Auto CR setting in the System Setup menu
where the previous line ended
to Yes.
instead of at the left margin.
8.2 Paper Handling Problems and Solutions
Problem
Solution
z Make sure that the paper select lever located on the top
Paper cannot be loaded or
fed.
right of the printer is set correctly. Move the lever to the
front for single sheets or to the rear for continuous
forms.
z Make sure that the paper covers the paper-out sensor.
z Turn off the printer and remove the jammed paper.
Remove any obstructions from the paper path.
z Make sure that the Print Gap lever is set for the
Paper jams while loading.
thickness of your paper.
z Make sure that the paper is not folded, creased, or torn.
z Make sure that the left and right tractors are set so that
the continuous forms are stretched taut.
z Turn off the printer and remove the jammed paper.
Remove any obstructions from the paper path.
Paper jams while printing.
z Make sure that the Print Gap lever is set for the
thickness of your paper.
z For continuous forms, make sure that the incoming and
outgoing paper stacks are correctly placed. Paper
should feed straight.
Paper slips off the forms
Make sure that the forms tractors are positioned correctly
tractors or the perforated
for the width of your paper and that the perforated holes of
holes of the paper tear during
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8.3 Operating Problems and Solutions
Problem
Solution
z Check whether the mains voltage is correct.
z Make sure that the power cord is securely connected to
both the printer and the mains power outlet.
The power does not turn
on.
z Make sure that the power outlet is functional. If not so, use
other outlet.
z Turn the power off. Wait a minute and then turn the printer
on again. If the printer still has no power, contact your
dealer.
z Make sure that the Online indicator is lit.
z If you use the interface cable, make sure it is securely
connected to both the printer and the computer.
The printer is on but it will
not print.
z Make sure paper is loaded.
z Run the printer Status Page. If printing executes normally,
the problem is caused by: the interface, the computer,
incorrect printer settings, or incorrect software settings.
z Make sure that the printer driver selected in your software
is the same as the emulation selected on the printer.
Paper select lever error
If paper is loaded and the paper select lever is moved to the
incorrect position, the printer turns offline, and the buzzer
sounds continuously. Switch the paper select lever back to its
correct position.
8.4 Printer Failures
A user cannot generally resolve a problem involving defective printer hardware. Power off
and on again the printer to recover any fatal error. If the problem cannot be resolved, contact
your dealer or service partner.
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8.5 Error Indications on LEDs
Error Description
Power LED
Font1 LED
Font2 LED
Online
LED
Buzzer Sound
Print head too hot
Flashing
No change
No change
Flashing
None
Paper path
switching problem
Flashing
No change
No change
Flashing
Continuous
Paper jam
Flashing
No change
No change
On
Once
Paper End Flashing No change No change Off Once Off
Off
Flashing
Flashing
Continuous
Off
Off
Flashing
Flashing
Continuous
Flashing
No change
No change
Off
Once
Flashing
No change
No change
Off
None
Off
Off
Off Flashing None Carriage initial
position
Code Stripe
problem
Paper sensor
failure
Paper width
problem
Print head
thermal sensor
failure 8.6 Diagnostic Functions
The printer diagnostic functions are Self-Test page, hex-dump mode and print alignment
adjustment. z Self-Test page: Tells you whether the printer hardware is functioning correctly. If the printer
hardware is functional, any problems you are having are probably caused by incorrect
printer settings, incorrect software settings, the interface, or the computer.
z HEX-DUMP MODE: Allows you to determine whether the computer is sending the correct
commands to the printer, and whether the printer is executing the commands correctly.
This function is useful to programmers or others who understand how to interpret hex
dumps.
PRINTING ALIGNMENT ADJUSTMENT: Allows you to check and, if necessary, correct the
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8.7 Firmware Update
Sometimes it is necessary to update the firmware to solve a problem. The latest firmware file
may be obtained from your dealer or downloaded from our website www.dascom.com. Before
updating firmware, it is strongly recommended to print the Main Menu page to keep a record
of the old settings.
Note: Firmware update should only be performed by an authorized service person. We
disclaim any responsibility for any damage caused if it is performed by any other person.
To load new firmware, proceed as follows:
1. Switch off the printer. Connect your PC to the USB port on the printer.
2. Link Configuration Tool and then click “Firmware Update” as shown in below picture:
3. Click “Browse” to choose program file and character set, then Click “Start” ,following
message is prompted. Click “OK”.
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4. Enter download process and it is shown as below picture. In this process, L1 and L2 are
on; And L3 and L4 are blinking.
5. When download is completed, the carriage returns to home position. Printer initializes
normally.
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9 General Specifications
Print System
Mono-chrome serial impact dot matrix
Print Technology
Uni-/bi-directional logic seeking for text and graphics
Print Speed
Pitch
10 CPI
12 CPI
15 CPI
17CPI
20CPI
NLQ
75/240H
90/240H
75/360H
127/240H
150H/240H
Draft
300/120H
360/120H
300/180H
340/180H
400/180H
HS Draft(CPS/DPI) 400/90H 360/120H
300/180H
340/180H
400/180H
Font Matrix
Pitch
10 CPI
12 CPI
15 CPI
17CPI
20CPI
NLQ
24H*18V/240
20H*18V/240
24H*18V/360
14H*18V/240
12H*18V/240
Draft
12H*9V/120
10H*9V/120
12H*9V/180H
10H*9V/180H
9H*9V/180H
HS Draft(Matrix/DPI)
9H*9V/90
10H*9V/120
12H*9V/180H
10H*9V/180H
9H*9V/180H
Print Head
Number of pins:
Firing frequency:
Pin diameter:
Life:
Graphics
Paper Feed Speed
Resolution
8-bit mode: 8V x 60H, 72H,80H, 90H, 120H, 144H,240H (DPI)
Continuous feed: 4.0 IPS (inches per second)
240x 144 DPI maximum
9 pins
Normal mode: 1800 Hz
0.3 mm
400 million strokes/pin @ Draft mode
Characters per line (CPL)
10 CPI:
80 CPL
12 CPI:
96 CPL
Printable Columns
15 CPI:
120 CPL
17.1 CPI: 136 CPL
20 CPI:
160 CPL
Built-In Fonts
Barcodes
Bitmap Fonts:
1.Draft
10, 12, 15, 17.1CPI,
2. Quadrato 10, 12, 15, 17.1, 20CPI,Proportional
3. Courier 10, 12, 15, 17.1, 20CPI, Proportional
4. HS-draft 10CPI
5. OCR-A
6. OCR-B
1. EAN-13
2. EAN-8
3. Interleaved 2 of 5
4. UPC-A
5. UPC-E
6. Code 39
7. Code 128
8. POSTNET
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Code Pages
CP 437, CP 737, CP 850, CP 851, CP 852, CP 857, CP 858, CP 860,
CP 861, CP 863, CP 1252, CP 1253, CP 1254, 8859-1, 8859-1 (SAP),
8859-2, 8859-5, 8859-7, 8859-9, 8859-15, Kamenicky , Mazovia,
866 Bulgaria, CP 1250, CP 1251, BRASCII, Abicomp, CP 865, CP 866,
CRO-ASCII
International
Character Sets
USA, France, Germany, UK, Denmark I, Sweden, Italy, Spain I, Japan,
Norway, Denmark II, Spain II, Latin America, Danmark/ Norway, China
Line Spacing
1/6", 1/8", n/72", n/216"
Paper
Specifications
Cut Sheet
Fanfold Paper
Single ply
Width:95mm~267mm
(3.75"~10.5")
Width: 95mm~267mm (3.75"~10.5")
Multi-part
Length:114.3mm~363.2mm
(4.5"~14.3")
Length: 114.3mm~558.8mm (4.5"~22.0”)
Weight: 52~100g/㎡
Thickness:
0.065~0.14mm
(0.0026"~0.0055”)
Weight: 52~100 g/㎡
Weight: 40~56g/㎡
Thickness:
Thickness: 0.52 mm max
0.065~0.14mm
(0.0204” max)
(0.0026"~0.0055")
Feeding method: Friction/Push tractor/Roll paper
Paper Handling Paper path: Cut sheets: Rear in and top out
Fanfold: Rear in and top out
Copy Capability
Original + 4 copies
Emulation
ESC/P2, IBM 2380+
Ribbon Type
Cartridge; Monochrome
Ribbon Life
9 million characters (rolling Draft 10 CPI)
Input Data Buffer
Up to 256KB
Windows Drivers
Windows Server 2000/2003/2008
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Windows 98
Windows 7
Windows 8.1
Windows Server 2012 Interface
Standard: USB
Options: Parallel, Serial, Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth
Operation Panel
Switches: 4 pcs
LED indicators: 4 pcs
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Noise Level
Approx. 57 dB(A)
Ambient
Conditions
Temperature Operating : +5 to +35 °C
Stand-by : -20 to + 55°C
Humidity Operating : 10 to 80% RH ( No condensation)
Stand-by : 5 to 85% RH
Dimensions
369 mm (width) × 283.3 mm (depth) × 130 mm (height)
Weight
approx. 5.5 kg
Power Supply
Unit type : Switching mode power supply
Power cord : Detachable
Voltage rating : AC 120V~230V, 50Hz to 60Hz
Power
consumption
Average power consumption: 29 W (Test pattern is specified in standard
ISO/IEC 10561.)
Power consumption of sleep mode :1.17W
MTTR
< 20 minutes
MTBF
12,000 hours
MVBF
24 mil lines
Certification
CE, UL, FCC, ES2.0, ISTA, RoHS, WEEE, REACH, ChemVerbotsV,
Microsoft Certified for Windows 7, Windows 8.1,
Windows Server 2012R2
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10 Interfaces
10.1 Parallel Interface
Parallel Interface Pin Assignment
Pin
Signal Name
Signal Transmission
1
2~9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19~30
31
32
33
34
35
36
STROBE
¯¯¯¯¯¯
DATA
ACK
¯¯¯
BUSY
PE
SELECT
AFXT
¯¯¯¯
Unused
GND
F-GND
+5V
GND
¯¯¯¯
INIT
FAULT
¯¯¯¯¯
GND
Unused
FUSE
SLCTIN
¯¯¯¯¯¯
Printer I Computer
Printer I Computer
Printer J Computer
Printer J Computer
Printer J Computer
Printer J Computer
Printer I Computer
Unused
Printer Q Computer
Printer Q Computer
Printer J Computer
Printer Q Computer
Printer I Computer
Printer J Computer
Printer Q Computer
Unused
Printer J Computer
Printer I Computer
Parallel Interface Connector Diagram
Note: Any external devices connected to the parallel port should not draw current exceeding
200 mA from pin 18; otherwise it may affect the printer operation.
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10.2 USB Interface
The USB interface conforms to the Universal Serial Bus 2.0 Specifications. It supports the
Full Speed mode at 12 Mbps. It uses the “B” type USB connector.
10.3 Serial interface
Serial interface pin assignment
Pin
Signal name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RXD
TXD
DTR
SGND
DSR
RTS
CTS
Description
Receive data
Send data
Data terminal ready
Signal ground
Data set ready
Request to send
Clear to send
Serial interface connector diagram
Serial interface wiring diagram
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Note:
1. The serial cable length should not exceed 15 meters.
2. Make sure the “Interface Setup” selects serial interface and the settings are the same
as PC communication port settings. Shown as below:
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11 Character sets & Code Pages
11.1 Character Sets
Standard character set 1
Standard character set 2
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IBM character set 1
IBM character set 2
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OCR-A character set 1
OCR-A character set 2
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OCR-B character set 1
OCR-B character set 2
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International Character Set Commands
Country
USA
FRANCE
GERMANY
UK
DENMARK 1
SWEDEN
ITALY
SPAIN 1
JAPAN
NORWAY
DENMARK 2
SPAIN 2
LATINAMERICA
DENMARK/NORWAY
CHINA
Basic Command
<ESC>“R”CHR$(0)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(1)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(2)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(3)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(4)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(5)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(6)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(7)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(8)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(9)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(10)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(11)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(12)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(13)
<ESC>“R”CHR$(16)
International character sets
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11.2 Code Page Commands
Code Page
ESC R Parameter
CP 437
80
CP 737
93
CP 850
82
CP 851
88
CP 852
87
CP 857
8D
CP 858
9E
CP 860
84
CP 861
94
CP 863
85
CP 1252
72
CP 1253
73
CP 1254
74
8859-1
25
8859-1 (SAP)
2B
8859-2
26
8859-5
2A
8859-7
2D
8859-9
2E
8859-15
2F
Kamenicky
91
Mazovia
92
866 Bulgaria
9D
CP 1250
70
CP 1251
71
BRASCII
6D
Abicomp
6E
CP 865
86
CP 866
8E
CRO-ASCII
3C
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11.3 Code Page Tables
CP 437
CP 737
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CP 850
CP 851
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CP 852
CP 857
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CP 858
CP 860
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CP 861
CP 863
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CP 1252
CP 1253
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CP 1254
8859-1
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8859-1 (SAP)
8859-2
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8859-5
8859-7
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8859-9
8859-15
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Kamenicky
Mazovia
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866 Bulgaria
CP 1250
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CP 1251
BRASCII
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Abicomp
CP 865
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CP 866
CRO-ASCII
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12 Control Codes Summary
12.1 ESC/P2 Emulation Command List
Command
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
DC2
DC4
CAN
ESC SO
ESC SI
ESC SP
ESC !
ESC #
ESC $
ESC %
ESC &
ESC ( ESC ( B
ESC ( C
ESC ( G
ESC ( U
ESC ( V
ESC ( ^
ESC ( c
ESC ( t
ESC ( v
ESC *
ESC +
ESC ESC .
ESC 0
ESC 2
ESC 3
ESC 4
ESC 5
ESC 6
ESC 7
ESC :
Function
Beeper
Backspace
Horizontal Tab
Line Feed
Vertical Tab
Form Feed
Carriage Return
Double-Wide Printing 1 Line
Select Condensed Mode
Cancel Condensed Mode
Cancel Double-Wide Printing 1 Line
Cancel Line
Double-Wide Printing 1 Line
Select Condensed Mode
Set Inter Character Space
Master Select
Cancel MSB Control
Set absolute horizontal print position
Select user-defined set
Define user-defined characters
Select line/score
Bar code setup and print
Set page length in define unit
Select graphics mode
Set unit
Set absolute vertical print position
Print data as characters
Set page format
Assign character table
Set relative vertical print position
Select bit image
Select n/360” Line Spacing
Auto Underscore
Print raster graphics
Select 1/8” Line Spacing
Select 1/6” Line Spacing
Set Graphics Line Spacing (n/180”)
Select Italic Mode
Cancel Italic Mode
Enable Printable Characters
Enable Upper Control Codes
Copy ROM to RAM
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Command
ESC <
ESC =
ESC >
ESC ?
ESC @
ESC A
ESC B
ESC C
ESC C 0
ESC D
ESC E
ESC F
ESC G
ESC H
ESC J
ESC K
ESC L
ESC M
ESC N
ESC O
ESC P
ESC Q
ESC R
ESC S
ESC T
ESC U
ESC W
ESC Y
ESC Z
ESC \
ESC c
ESC g
ESC k
ESC l
ESC p
ESC q
ESC t
ESC w
ESC x
ESC y
ESC Y
DEL
Function
Select Unidirectional Mode 1 Line
Set MSB to 0
Set MSB to 1
Reassign Graphics Mode
Initialize Printer
Set n/60” Line Spacing
Set Vertical Tabs
Set Page Length in Lines
Set Page Length in Inches
Set horizontal tabs
Select Emphasized Mode
Cancel Emphasized Mode
Select Double-strike Mode
Cancel Double-strike Mode
Advance print position
Select 60-dpi graphics
Select 120-dpi graphics
Select 12 cpi
Set bottom margin
Cancel bottom margin
Select 10 cpi
Set right margin
Select an international character set and code page
Select Subscript or Superscript Printing
Cancel Subscript or Superscript Printing
Turn unidirectional mode on/off
Turn Double-wide Mode On/Off
Select 120-dpi, double-speed graphics
Select 240-dpi graphics
Set relative horizontal print position
Set horizontal motion index(HMI)
Select 15 cpi
Select Typestyle Family
Set left margin
Turn Proportional Mode On/Off
Select Character Style
Select character table
Turn Double-high Mode On/Off
Select Letter Quality or Draft
Select draft/super draft
Select High-speed Double-density Graphics Mode
Delete Character
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12.2 IBM Emulation Command List
Command
BS
HT
CR
ESC BS
ESC HT
ESC CR
ESC D
ESC X
ESC d
LF
VT
FF
ESC LF
ESC VT
ESC FF
ESC 0
ESC 1
ESC 2
ESC 3
ESC 4
ESC 5
ESC A
ESC B
ESC C
ESC C NUL
ESC J
ESC N
ESC O
ESC [ \
ESC ]
SO
SI
DC2
DC4
ESC SO
ESC SI
ESC DC2
ESC DC4
ESC ESC :
ESC E
ESC F
Function
Backspace
Horizontal tab
Carriage return
Backspace
Horizontal tab
Carriage return
Set horizontal tabs
Set horizontal margins
Relative mode inline forward
Line feed
Vertical tab
Form feed
Line feed
Vertical tab
Form feed
Select 1/8” line spacing
Select 7/72” line spacing
Start text line spacing
Set graphics line spacing
Set top of form
Automatic line feed
Set text line spacing
Set vertical tabs
Set form length in lines
Set form length in inches
Graphics variable line spacing
Set automatic perforation skip
Cancel automatic perforation skip
Set vertical units
Reverse line feed
Double-wide printing by line
Condensed printing
Select 10 cpi
Cancel double-wide printing by line
Double-wide printing by line
Condensed printing
Select 10 cpi
Cancel double-wide printing by line
Continuous underscore
Select 12 cpi
Select emphasized mode
Cancel emphasized mode
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Command
ESC G
ESC H
ESC I
ESC P
ESC S
ESC T
ESC W
ESC [ ESC [ @
ESC [ I
ESC [ d
ESC _
ESC 6
ESC 7
ESC =
ESC [ T
ESC \
ESC ^
ESC K
ESC L
ESC Y
ESC Z
ESC [ g
ESC [ f
ESC [ p
DEL
DC1
DC3
CAN
ESC BEL
ESC DC1
ESC DC3
ESC CAN
ESC Q
ESC R
ESC U
ESC [ K
ESC j
ESC *
ESC 3(AGM)
ESC A(AGM)
ESC J(AGM)
Function
Select double strike mode
Cancel double strike mode
Set print mode
Proportional space mode
Start subscript or superscript printing
Cancel subscript or superscript printing
Continuous double-wide printing
Score select
Set presentation highlight
Set font global
Set print quality
Continuous over score
Select character set 2
Select character set 1
Character font image download
Set code page
Print continuously from all character chart
Print single character from all character chart
Normal density bit image graphics
Dual density bit image graphics
Dual density bit image graphics
High density bit image graphics
High resolution graphics
Setup barcode parameter
Set barcode data
Beeper
Select printer
Deselect printer
Cancel Data
Beeper
Select printer
Deselect printer
Cancel Data
Deselect printer
Set all tabs to power on settings
Set print direction
Set initial condition
Stop printing
Select graphics mode
Set graphics line spacing(n/180")
Set text line spacing(n/60")
Graphics variable line spacing(n/180")
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FCC STATEMENT Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
● Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
● Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
● Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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DASCOM REPRESENTATIVES
GERMANY
DASCOM Europe GmbH
Heuweg 3
D-89079 Ulm
Deutschland
Tel.: +49 (0) 731 2075 0
Fax: +49 (0) 731 2075 100
www.dascom.com
UNITED KINGDOM
DASCOM GB Ltd
Hart House,Priestley Road,
Basingstoke, Hampshire
RG24 9PU, England
Phone: +44 (0) 1256 481481
Fax: +44 (0) 1256 481400
www.dascom.com
SINGAPORE (ASIA PACIFIC)
DASCOM AP Pte Ltd
21 Bukit Batok Crescent
#29-81,WCEGA Tower
Singapore 658065
Phone: +65 6760 8833
Fax: +65 6760 1066
www.dascom.com
AMERICAS
Dascom Americas Corporation
34 Lakeview Court
Verona, VA 24482
USA
Phone:+1 (877) 434 1377
Fax: +1 (540) 242 7221
www.dascom.com
FRANCE
DASCOM Europe GmbH
117 Avenue Victor Hugo
92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
France
Phone: +33 (1) 73 02 51 98
www.dascom.com
CHINA
JIANGMEN DASCOM COMPUTER
PERIPHERALS CO., LTD
No.399, jinxing Road,
Jianghai District Jiangmen,
P.R. China
www.dascom.com
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manual. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any errors or damages resulting from errors or
inaccuracies of information herein.”
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