J. STEPHEN Lab., Ltd.
374-2, Gajang-dong, Osan-si, Gyeonggi-do, 447-210, Korea
TEL : +82-31-459-8200 FAX : +82-31-459-8880
www.miniprinter.com
MODEL : LK-B10
4” DESKTOP LABEL PRINTER
B10 Rev. E 10/16
All specifications are subject to change without notice
Table of Contents
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DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTURECITONS
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1. Safety Caution
3
2. Unpacking
4
3. Inspecting the printer
5
4. Attaching Power Supply
7
5. Hooking Up the printer and Computer
8
6. Loading the Paper
9
7. Loading Ribbon
11
8. Self Test
13
9. Interface
14
10. Media Roll Size
16
11. Labels
17
12. Tags and Strip with Slots
18
13. Tags and Strip with Black Marks
19
14. Plain Continuous Stock
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15. Specifications
21
16. Command List
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1. Safety Caution
For higher reliability and safety, consider the following precautionary measures.
Read and follow the instructions carefully before running of the product.
WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire, electric shock,
or other injuries, or property damage
Indication
Prohibition
Must follow
Do not disassemble
Unplug the power from
the outlet
Grounding to prevent
electric shock
Do not handle the product
with wet hands
WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire, electric shock,
or other injuries, or property damage
Do not pull out the power plug to turn
off the product.
Do not disassemble, repair or modify
the product.
(Turn off the power at installation,
transportation, wiring and inspection.)
(Potential risk unit malfunction, electric
shock or fire. When the product needs
to be repaired, please contact in place
where you ordered.inspection.)
WARNING
Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire, electric shock,
or other injuries, or property damage
Dealer
2
Do not pull or touch the power plug
with wet hands.
Do not overload the power plug into
one outlet.
(Potential risk of electric shock or fire)
(Potential risk of electric shock or fire)
Do not bend the wire and do not allow
the wire to be pressed by heavy object.
If a power plug is broken or a plug is cut or
worn, do not use it.
(Potential risk of electric shock or fire)
(Potential risk of electric shock or fire)
Do not install the product in uneven
or inclined surface.
Keep product away from the water
and other material.
(You may get hurt and it can be broken
when it falls)
(Potential risk of discoloration or
electric shock)
If the product that needs to be repaired,
please contact in place where you
ordered.
(Potential risk of fire or unit malfunction)
Please do not give excessive shock.
(Potential risk of fire or unit malfunction)
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2. Unpacking
3. Inspecting the printer
Printer
Power Cord(1EA)
Interface Connectors
Power Switch
Printer Head
Power Supply
Paper Sensor
Ribbon Spindle (2EA)
Paper Spindle
Core
Paper width Guide
Head Release Lever
Bottom Cover
Manual
Sample Ribbon
Sample Labels
Power Supply
Button
Upper Cover Knob
4
5
4. Attaching Power Supply
Opening the printer
220VAC
115VAC
Open the upper cover by pushing the knob in
the direction of the arrow
Closing the paper upper guide
Make sure to be careful of the HOT head
Check the specification of the AC power cord
if it is correct with your power system
Closing the upper cover
1 2
3 4
Connect the AC power cord to the power supply
Make sure you hear the closing sound of the
paper upper guide.
6
Turn off the power of the printer and connect
the power supply to the printer
Insert a plug into the outlet
Close the upper cover and make sure you hear
the closing sound of the upper cover.
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5. Hooking Up the printer and computer
6. Loading the Paper
-Printer-
-Computer-
Parallel
Serial
USB(Option)
Turn off the printer and open the upper cover by
pushing the in the direction of the arrow.
Rise up the paper upper guide by pulling the
head release lever
1 2
3 4
Paper Fixing Tap
Make sure the printer is turned off then connect the printer to the PC
Open the paper width guide by pushing it to the
right & left sides.
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Pull out one of the adjustable width tabs.
Insert a paper roll replace the tab and center.
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7. Loading Ribbon
Ribbon
(b)
Ribbon
Spindle
(a)
Insert paper roll into the printer
Adjust the paper width guide to meet the paper
width
5 6
7 8
Remove the vinyl covering on the ribbon.
Depress the indicated button on the ribbon
spindle while inserting the ribbon roll.
Insert one side of the ribbon spindle
1 2
3
detail A
Make sure you hear the closing sound of the
paper upper guide.
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Close the upper cover and make sure you hear
the closing sound of the upper cover.
Push the other side of the ribbon spindle down to
secure it.
Pull out the ribbon edge through
ribbon mechanism as shown in the
picture
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8. Self Test
(c)
Insert one side of the ribbon spindle
Push the other side of the ribbon spindle down
to secure it.
Turn off the printer
4 5
6 7
Attach the ribbon to the core with tape as shown.
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While holding down the feed button,
turn on the printer
1 2
3 4
Turn the adjustment knob in the arrow direction
to tighten the ribbon.
Set free the feed button
The printer starts printing some basic information
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9. Interface
9Pin Serial Interface
Interface Connectors
Pin
3
2
6,8
5
4
1,7,9
Standard
Signal
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
NC
I/O
Input
Output
Output
Input
-
Description
Printer receive data line RS-232C level
Printer transmit data line RS-232C level
Printer handshake to host line RS-232C level
System Ground
Data Send Ready
Centronics Parallel Interface
<9 Pin Serial>
<Centronics Parallel>
Option
<USB “B” Type>
<Ethernet>
Pin
1
2~9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19~30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Signal
STROBEDATA0~7
ACKBUSY
PE
SELECT
AUTO FEEDGROUND
GROUND
NC
LOGIC-H
GROUND
INITERRORGROUND
NC
+5V
SELLECT IN-
I/O
Input
Input/Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Output
Input
Description
Synchronize signal Data received
Data bit Transmitted 0~7
Data receiving completed.
Impossible to print of data receiving.
Paper empty
Printer status for ON/OFF line
Paper auto feed signal
System ground
System ground
+5V
System ground
Initialize
Printer error
System ground
+5V
Printer select signal
USB Interface
Pin
1
2
3
4
<Wi-fi>
I/O
-
Description
+5V
Printer transmit data line
Printer transmit data line
System Ground
Ethernet Interface
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
14
Signal
+5V
DATADATA+
GND
Signal
Data Out +
Data Out GND
Data IN +
Data IN N.C
N.C
N.C
I/O
Output Data +
Output Data Ground
Input Data +
Input Data -
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10. Media Roll Size
11. Labels
<-- a --> Media width (inch, liner)
Maximum
118.0 mm
(4.65 inches)
Minimum
18 mm
(0.7 inches)
10 mm
(0.39 inches)
Maximum
10 mm
(0.39 inches)
Minimum
2 mm
(0.08 inches)
<-- b --> Label length
Minimum
<-- c --> Label gap height
Liner
Opacity
75%
Core
Diameter(A)
25.4 or 38.1 mm
(1.0 or 1.5 inches)
Max. width
118 mm
(4.65inches)
Max.diameter(B)
125 mm
(5 inches)
Max.media width(C)
118 mm
(4.65 inches)
Min.media width(C)
18 mm
(0.7 inches)
Max.media thickness
0.15 mm
(0.006 inches)
Min.mdeia thickness
0.06 mm
(0.003 inches)
Roll
All types of media should normally be wound with the printable side facing outwards and unroll from
the top of the roll.
However tags and continuous strip can optionally be wound with the printable sidefacing inwards and
unroll from the bottom of the roll as long as they are not used for cut-off operation.
Protect the media against sand, grit, and other hard particles during printing and storage.
Keep the cover closed. Even very small foreign particles may cause severe harm to the
delicate printhead.
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12. Tags and Strip with Slots
13. Tags and Strip with Black Marks
<-- a --> Tag or strip width
<-- a --> Tag or strip width
Maximum
118.0 mm
(4.65 inches)
Maximum
118.0 mm
(4.65 inches)
Minimum
18 mm
(0.7 inches)
Minimum
18 mm
(0.7 inches)
10 mm
(0.39 inches)
10 mm
(0.39 inches)
14 mm
(0.55 inches)
14 mm
(0.55 inches)
<-- b --> Tag length
<-- b --> Tag length
Minimum
<-- c --> Black mark width
<-- c --> Detection slot width
Minimum
Minimum
Minimum
<-- d --> Black mark height
<-- d --> Detection slot height
Maximum
10 mm
(0.39 inches)
Maximum
10 mm
(0.39 inches)
Minimum
2 mm
(0.08 inches)
Minimum
3 mm
(0.12 inches)
The label gap sensor is offset 4.5 mm(0.177 inches) to the right of the center fo the media path.
The black mark sensor is offset 10 mm (0.394 inches) to the right of the center of the media path.
Max. reflectance 5% at 940 nanometer. Carbon black.
a
b
c
d
TICKETS,TAGS, &
CONTINUOUS STRIP
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14. Plain Continuous Stock
15. Specifications
The printer can use continuous stock without any detection slots or black marks.
The printer must be set for continuous stock by the Q command.
The length of each copy is decided by the size of the print image and any additional media feed is
decided by the Q command.
Continuous stock cannot be used in the Test (Dump) Mode.
<-- a --> Tag or strip width
Product Specifications
Print method
Thermal Transfer and Direct Thermal
Print speed(max)
102mm/sec
Print width(max)
104mm (4.1”)
Print length(max)
630mm (24.8”)
Resolution
203dpi, 8 dots/mm
Maximum
118.0 mm
(4.65 inches)
Paper Width(min~max)
18mm ~118 mm (0.7” ~ 4.64”)
Minimum
18 mm
(0.7 inches)
Paper roll size(max)
127mm (5.0”)
Paper thickness
0.06~0.18mm
Paper Type
Label , Tag, Continuous, Fanfold
Paper sensor
Label gap, Notch, Black Mark
Ribbon width(outside diameter)
33mm to 110mm (1.3~4.3”)
Ribbon length
360M, Ø 67 mm (2.63”)
Interface
Memory
Standard
Serial(RS-232C), Parallel(IEEE-1284)
Option
USB, Ethernet, Wireless Lan 802.11b
Standard
8MB SDRAM, 3.5MB Flash
Option
16MB Flash
Serial baud rate
Auto Cutter (Option)
38.400bps(max)
Life
0.06~0.15mm: 500,000 cuts / 0.15~0.18:300,000 cuts
Type
Guillotine
Peeler
Optional
Programming Language
EPLⅡCommand Compatible
Barcode
Code39, Code128 with subsets A/B/C, Code93, Codabar
1D
Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC-A and UPC-E with 2 or 5 digit
extenions
EAN-8 and EAN-13 with 2 or 5 Digit Extensions, Postnet,
Plessey, German Post Code, MSI-3, UCC/EAN-128
2D
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PDF417, QR Code (EPL II)
Font Specification
6bitmapped
(8x12, 10x16, 12x20, 14x24,32x48, 24x24(KSC5601))
Weight
7.9lbs (3.6kg)
Size (W x D x H)
215x287x231
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16. Command List
Certification
(1) FCC PART15 CLASS A
(2) CE EMCD (CE-EMCD Class B should use Parallel shield Cable complied with IEEE-1284 standards)
(3) UL/cUL (UL 60950-1)
(4) MIC CLASS A
(5) RoHS (TUV)
(6) CCC
Electrical Characteristics
(1) Input Voltage
(2) Current Consumption
(3) Power Connector
DC 24V ± 10%
Operating: Approx. 1.5 A (at ASC∥ printing)
Peak : Approx. 10 A
(at print duty 100%, For 10 seconds or less)
Stand-by : Approx. 0.15 A
This equipment is indoor use and all the communication wiring are limited to inside
of the building”
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No.
1
2
3
4
5
Command
A
AUTOFR
B
B
b
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
C
C
D
EI
EK
eR
ES
f
FE
FI
FK
FR
FS
GG
GI
GK
GM
GW
I
JB
JC
JF
LE
LO
LS
LW
M
N
o
oB
oE
oH
oM
oR
oW
Description
ASCⅡ Text
Automatic Form Printing
Bar Code
RSS-14 Bar Code
Data Matrix
MaxiCode
PDF417
Counter
Cut Immediate
Density
Print Soft Font Info.
Delete Soft Font
User Definable Error Response
Store Soft Font
Cut/Peel Position
End Form Store
Print Form Info.
Delete Form
Retrieve Form
Store Form
Retrieve Graphics
Print Graphics Info.
Delete Graphic
Store Graphic
Direct Graphic Write
Character Set Selection
Disable Top Of Form Backup
Disable Top Of Form Backup –All Cases
Enable Top Of Form Backup
Line Draw Exclusive OR
Line Draw Black
Line Draw Diagonal
Line Draw White
Memory Allocation
Clear Image Buffer
Cancel Customized Settings
Cancel Customize Bar Code
Line Mode Font Substitution
Macro PDF Offset
Disable Initial Esc Sequence Feed
Character Substitution(Euro)
Customize Bar Code Parameters
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No.
41
42
43
44
45
Command
O
OEPL1
P
PA
Q
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
q
r
R
S
TD
TS
TT
U
UA
UB
UE
UF
UG
UI
UM
UN
UP
UQ
US
V
W
xa
X
Y
Z
?
^@
^ default
^ ee
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Description
Options Select
Set Line Mode
Print
Print Automatic
Set Form Length
Transmissive(Gap)Sensor
Black Line Sensor
Continuous Stock
Set Form Width
Set Double Buffer Mode
Set Reference Point
Speed Select
Define Date Layout(& Print Date)
Set Real Time Clock
Define Time Layout(& Print Time)
Print Configuration
Enable Clear Label Counter Mode
Reset Label Counter Mode
External Font Information Inquiry
Form Information Inquiry
Graphic Information Inquiry
Host Prompts/Codepage Inquiry
Codepage& Memory Inquiry
Disable Error Reporting
Codepage& Memory Inquiry/Print
Configuration Inquiry
Enable Error Reporting
Define Variable
Windows Mode
Sense Media
Box Draw
Serial Port Setup
Print Direction
Download Variables
Reset Printer
Set Printer to Factory Defaults
Status Report – Immediate
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