Features • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Share with others in your wireless network - easy setup Customize labels with any fonts or graphics on your computer through the PC or Mac®* connection - *Compatible with Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Mac OS® X 10.5 or later - Intel® only Print crystal-clear graphics, barcodes, and logos at 300 dpi resolution Make multi-label printing easier with automatic label cutter Create a wide variety of DYMO D1 labels in 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4” and 1” widths and multiple colors (6, 9, 12, 19 and 24 mm) Perfect for labeling archives, shelving, office equipment, file folders and more Battery pack recharges via USB connection (plugged into computer or via wall outlet) - no power adapter or AA batteries needed No software to install – plug and play functionality for immediate out-of-box use* *When USB is plugged into the computer Single USB cord carries data and power for less clutter Prints barcodes: QR Codes, UPC-A, UPC-E, Code-39, Code39 Library, Code-128, EAN 8, EAN 13, Codabar, Codabar Library, UCC/EAN 128, ITF-14 DYMO Label Software allows for batch printing from external files – Compatible with Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Mac OS® X 10.5 or later - Intel® only DYMO Label Software contains a silent installer allowing for easy deployment to workstations within an enterprise network Package includes electronic label maker, rechargeable battery pack, USB cable, D1 starter label cassette black on white 1" x 10' 24 mm x 3 m, Quick Start Card and Quick Reference Guide, USB power adapter and 1-Year Limited Warranty Card Uses 1/4”, 3/8” and 1/2”, 3/4", and 1" DYMO D1 labels (6, 9, 12, 19 and 24 mm) FEATURES Printing Print type: Thermal transfer / Direct thermal Printing: Surface / Laminated Print resolution Max print height Nbr of print lines Print speed Tape widths Software Cassette type Nbr of styles Nbr of fonts Barcode Tape cut Tape width detection Computer connection PC connection Wireless Date/time Autonumbering Manual Automatic Weight Included in packaging Laminated 300 dpi 19.1 mm unlimited 15 mm/s 6, 9, 12, 19, 24 mm / ¼”, 3/8”, ½”, ¾”, 1” D1 Windows/Mac Windows/Mac QR Codes, UPC-A, UPC-E, Code-39, Code-39 Library, Code-128, EAN 8, EAN 13, Codabar, Codabar Library, UCC/EAN 128, ITF-14 DLS DLS x x Detection but need selection PC PC and Macintosh USB x Power Dimensions Thermal transfer Width Depth Height Excl batteries+cassette x Lithium –Polymer rechargeable battery pack and Charging adapter 56,5 mm 144 mm 162 mm 611 gr Electronic label maker, rechargeable battery pack, USB cable, D1 started label cassette black on white 24 mm x 3 m, Quick Start Card and Quick Reference Guide, Charging Adapter, Warranty Card Wi-Fi coverage Networking Standard • • 802.11b/g NOT 8.2.11n Operating frequency 2.4 GHz Security Protocols supported Authentication Type Open Shared WPA Personal WPA2 Personal WPA Enterprise WPA2 Enterprise Encryption Types None WEP 64 WEP 128 WEP 64 WEP 128 TKIP AES TKIP AES PEAP/MS-ChapV2 PEAP/MS-ChapV2 Validated routers list Note to consumers: this list is represents many of the routers in market, but is not exclusive, meaning there are many other routers which we work with, but just not specifically validated against. Manufacturer Apple AirPort Asus RT-N56U Wireless-N Dual-band Gigabit Router Belkin Play N750 DB Wireless dual-band N+ router Belkin Surf+ Wireless router Cisco 1262N Router Cisco 800 Series Router Cisco Linksys E4200 Maximum Performance Dual-Band N Router D-link DIR-655 Extreme N gigabit router D-link Wireless N300 Home Router Draytek Vigor ADSL2/2++ Security Firewall with 802.11n Linksys Dual-band Wireless-N Access Point Linksys Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit router Netgear N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router WNDR 4000 Netgear N900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router WNDR 4500 Netgear R6300 Wifi Router 802.11 ac Sitecom X4 wireless gigabit router 300N Sitecom X6 wireless gigabit router 450N Model Numbers Express RT-N56U2/RT-N56U N750B F7D2301 v1 Cisco 1262N Cisco 861-W E4200 v2 DIR-655 DIR-615 VIGOR2820Vn WAP610N-EU WRT320N WNDR4000-100PES WNDR4000 WNDR4500 R6300-100PES WLR-4000 v1 001 WLR-6000 v1 001 TP-link 300Mbps Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router TP-link TL-WR2543N Dual Band Router ZyXel 802,11g Wireless ADSL2+ 4-port Security Gateway P-662HW Series TL-WR1043ND TL-WR2543N P-662HW-D3 1 stored configuration One wireless network is automatically stored for automatic recognition. So once the LabelManager Wireless PnP is installed on your network you will not have to do it again unless wanting to use a different network. Power Supply Provided with the machine is a Li-Polymer rechargeable battery, a USB cable and a wall plug. Battery This is the exact same battery as the LabelManager 500TS SKU 1814308. This battery will be sold on DYMO.com and be available via the contact center. The printer will normally operate using power provided by the internal Li-Polymer rechargeable battery. Note: On the first batch of printers we can only guarantee optimal wireless print quality when plugged into the wall outlet. The printer will operate when running wirelessly via battery pack but the user may experience print quality issues. Battery life / standby time The machine's current consumption in the OFF state, when inserting a fully loaded battery, after 6 months, still 2/3 of total capacity will be left over. When the battery pack is fully charged, it will be possible to print (5) cassettes (standard PET). If the printer does not respond when plugged in to a USB port the battery may be empty. It will take 5 to 6 hours to fully charge an empty battery again, but after 15 minutes of charging the user will be able to print 1.5 m of tape. Also note that charging of the battery is needed after an extended period of no use. Use case WiFi printing with USB charging adapter connected Life practically unlimited (charging is faster than draining) standalone WiFi printing up to 6 tape cassettes Printer in OFF state 100 days Conditions / remarks 24mm, default fonts, normal text-label, normal use 24mm, default fonts, normal text-label, normal use from fully loaded battery to 20% capacity Charging times Use case Charging from USB charging adapter Time 2,5 hrs Conditions / remarks from 20% capacity of battery pack to fully loaded, charging only (printer OFF) Charging from USB port 10 hrs from 20% capacity of battery pack to fully loaded, not recommended Battery indication An annunciator in the software indicates the load level of the battery pack. Additional information can be found in the Application Software Specification. USB Cable and plug The USB cable and wall plug are specific to the LabelManager WPnP and included in the packaging. These two items will be offered for replacement as a bundle sellable via DYMO.com or available via the contact center. SKU 1881983 1881984 1881985 1881896 Item Name USB Cable & Adapter Bundle EU USB Cable & Adapter Bundle UK/HK USB Cable & Adapter Bundle AUS/NZ USB Cable & Adapter Bundle US EAN Number 3501178819830 3501178819847 3501178819854 3501178819861 The USB cable supplied with the printer is for charging the battery and communication between the computer and the printer. It will not be possible to print when Li-Ion batteries are empty and the USB cable is connected. Note: Only the USB cable included with the LabelManager Wireless PnP can be used for this product. This is an extra thick USB cable, others will not be sufficient and can cause damage to the printer or danger for the user. USB Cable Specifications Length Type Power section (wire thickness) Data section (wire thickness) EMI suppression Maximum 1,80 meter Standard A to B AWG20 AWG28 ferrite bead on B connector side (printer side) Software features updated in DLS 8.5 and DLL 4.5 DLL Auto cut between labels Font Preview in Font selection DYMO.COM Registration Link Wifi Configuration Wizard DLS Tape Width Indicator Add Network Printer wizard FAQ Issue Why is wireless turned off on my LM Wireless PnP printer when connected to a computer's USB port? Why is my battery draining so quickly? Why is the print quality on my labels not very good when printing wirelessly? On a Mac, when several users are printing multiple label print job over the wireless connection, printed labels may be intermingled. Why doesn't my wireless printer show up in the Add Network Printer utility? Why can't I see my wireless configuration settings from the Advanced tab in the Configuration tool? FAQ Answer Because wireless connectivity drains the battery quickly, wireless capability it turned off while connected to your computer via USB. Disconnect the printer from your computer and connect the USB cable to the charging adapter once the printer has been configured to the wireless network. Wireless connectivity takes a lot of power. Connect the printer to the USB charging adapter when using it wirelessly. Print quality issues can occur when using the printer wirelessly without being plugged into the wall adapter. Plug the printer into the USB charging adapter. N/A It can take a few minutes for the wireless printer to show up in the Add Network Printer utility. If the printer still doesn’t show up in the printer list after a few minutes, close the dialog box and try again. When you plug the wireless printer into your computer, the wireless function on the printer is shut down. After starting the Wireless Setup Tool in DYMO Label Light and selecting the Advanced tab, it can take a few minutes for the Tech Note Because of the way DYMO Label software works on the Mac, each label printed is treated as a separate print job. So when two or more users print multiple labels to the printer wirelessly at the same time, the labels can become intermingled as they are printed. wireless function to start up again on the printer. Wait until the blue status light on the printer is sold blue before selecting the Advanced tab. Does the LM Wireless PnP printer support 802.11n? Not at this time. Only 802.11b and 802.11g are currently supported. Why doesn’t the WPS button on the back of the printer work? WPS is not supported on the first release. Check back for WPS support in future software releases. WPS is not supported on the first release. Check back for WPS support in future software releases. No, you must use the cable supplied with the printer. Or you can use a USB cable with specification as described above. The software cannot get battery/connection status when the printer is shared over Windows or Mac OS. However, the printer is available and you can print to it. Does the LM Wireless PnP printer support WPS? Can I use any USB cable with the LM Wireless PnP printer? I'm using a printer shared over Windows or Mac OS but the battery status shows disconnected. Why? 802.11n code is included in the software. However, it has not been fully tested and is not supported yet. The printer may automatically connect through 802.11n; however, results may be unpredictable. In this case, users should set their router for 802.11b/g.