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Quick Guide
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TH208
PN: Q02544000
Read this Quick Guide before and during usage of the above product.
Keep this document handy for future reference.
FCC WARNING
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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 protection 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.
AC power cord with ferrite core must be used for RF interference suppression.
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Safety Precautions
This section describes how to use the printer safely. Be sure to read it carefully before using the printer.
Pictographic Symbols
This instruction manual and the printer labels use a variety of pictographic symbols to facilitate safe and correct
use of the printer and to prevent injury to others and property damage. The symbols and meanings for them
are given below. Be sure to understand these symbols well before reading the main text.
Warning
Ignoring the instructions
marked by this symbol and
erroneously operating the
printer could result in death or
serious injury.
Caution
Ignoring the instructions
marked by this symbol and
erroneously operating the
printer could result in injury or
property damage.
Example Pictographs
The pictograph means “Caution is required.” A specific
warning symbol is contained inside this pictograph (The
symbol at left is for electric shock).
The pictograph means “Should not be done.” What is
specifically prohibited is contained in or near the pictograph
(The symbol at left means “Disassembly prohibited”).
The pictograph means “Must be done.” What is specifically
to be done is contained in the pictograph (The symbol at left
means “Unplug the power cord from the outlet”).
Always ground the connections
• Always connect the printer’s
ground wire to a ground. Not
grounding the ground wire
could result in electric shock.
Do not place containers full of water
or other liquid on the printer.
• Do not place flower vases,
cups, or other containers
holding liquids, such as water or
chemicals, or small metal
objects near the printer. If they
are spilled and get inside the
printer, immediately turn off the
power switch, unplug the power
cord from the outlet, and
contact the store, dealer, or
Support Center. Using the
printer in this condition could
cause a fire or electric shock.
Handling of the power cord
• Do not damage, break, or
modify the power cord. Also, do
not place heavy objects on the
power cord, heat it, or pull it
because doing so could
damage the power cord and
cause a fire or electric shock.
• If the power cord becomes
damaged (core is exposed,
wires broken, etc.), contact the
store, dealer, or Support Center.
Using the power cord in this
condition could cause a fire or
electric shock.
• Do not modify, excessively
bend, twist, or pull the power
cord. Using the power cord in
such a condition could cause a
fire or electric shock.
Do not put objects inside the printer
• Do not insert or drop in metal or
burnable objects inside the
printer’s openings (cable
outlets, etc.). If foreign objects
do get inside the printer,
immediately turn off the power
switch, unplug the power cord
from the outlet, and contact the
store, dealer, or Support Center.
Using the printer in this
condition could cause a fire or
electric shock.
Do not use other than
the specified voltage
• Do not use other than the
specified voltage. Doing so
could result in fire or electric
shock.
When the printer has been
dropped or broken
•If the printer is dropped or
broken, immediately turn off the
power switch, unplug the power
cord from the outlet, and
contact the store, dealer, or
Support Center. Using the
printer in this condition could
cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not use the printer when
something is abnormal about it
• Continuing to use the printer in
the event something is
abnormal about it, such as
smoke or unusual smells
coming from it, could result in
fire or electric shock.
Immediately turn off the power
switch, unplug the power cord
from the outlet, and contact the
store, dealer, or Support Center
for repairs. It is dangerous for
the customer to try to repair it,
so absolutely do not attempt
repairs on your own.
Do not disassemble the printer
• Do not disassemble or modify
the printer. Doing so could
result in fire or electric shock.
Ask the store, dealer, or
Support Center to conduct
internal inspections,
adjustments, and repairs.
Regarding the cutter
• Do not touch the cutter with
your hands or do not put
something into the cutter. Doing
so could result in an injury.
Using the head cleaning fluid
• Use of flame or heat around the
head cleaning fluid is prohibited.
Absolutely do not heat it or
subject it to flames.
• Keep the fluid out of reach of
children to prevent them from
accidentally drinking it. If the
fluid is drunk, immediately
consult with a physician.
Version 1. April 2009 Q02544000
©2009 SATO CORPORATION
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Warning
Do not set on an unstable area
• Do not set on an unstable area,
such as a wobbly table or
slanted area or an area subject
to strong vibration. If the printer
falls off or topples over, it could
injure someone.
Safety Precautions
Warning
Battery Pack
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• Never try to take apart the battery pack or modify it in any way such as with a solder iron.
• Never expose the battery to direct flame, throw it into fire, or take any actions that may lead to shorting.
• When charging the battery pack, make sure to use the printer or the specified battery charger.
AC Adapter/Battery Charger (Option)
• Use only the specified voltage. Using a different voltage may create the danger of fire or electric shock.
• Use only the specified AC adapter. Using a different one may create the danger of fire or electric shock.
• Never use the battery charger with any other battery pack except for the specified one. Doing so can rupture the battery,
cause leakage, fire or electric shock.
• Never cut, damage or modify the power cord. Also, never place heavy objects on the power cord or heat or pull the power
cord. Doing so may damage the cord and create the danger or fire or electric shock.
• Should the power cord ever become seriously damaged (internal wiring exposed or shorted), contact your nearest dealer or
service center for repair. Continued use of such a cord creates the danger of fire or electric shock.
• Never modify, excessively bend, twist, or pull the power cord. Doing so creates the danger of fire or electric shock.
Caution
Do not place in areas with high
humidity
• Do not place the printer in areas
with high humidity or where
condensation forms.
If condensation forms,
immediately turn off the power
switch and do not use the
printer until it dries. Using the
printer while condensation is on
it could result in electric shock.
Carrying the Printer
• When moving the printer,
always unplug the power cord
from the outlet and check to
make sure all external wires are
disconnected before moving it.
Moving the printer with the
wires still connected could
damage the cords or
connecting wires and result in a
fire or electrical shock.
• Do not carry the printer with
paper loaded in it. The paper
could fall out and cause an
injury.
• When setting the printer on the
floor or a stand, make sure not
to pinch your fingers or hands
under the printer feet.
Power supply
• Do not operate the power
switch or plug in/unplug the
power cord with wet hands.
Doing so could result in electric
shock.
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Power cord
• Keep the power cord away from
hot devices. Getting the power
cord close to hot devices could
cause the cord’s covering to
melt and cause a fire or
electrical shock.
• When unplugging the power
cord from the outlet, be sure to
hold it by the plug. Pulling it by
the cord could expose or break
the core wires and cause a fire
or electric shock.
• The power cord set that comes
with the printer is especially
made for this printer. Do not
use it with any other electrical
devices.
Cover
• Be careful not to pinch your
fingers when opening or closing
the cover. Also be careful the
cover does not slip off and drop.
Print head
• The print head is hot after
printing. Be careful not to get
burned when replacing paper or
cleaning immediately after
printing.
• Touching the edge of the print
head with bare hands could
result in injury. Be careful not to
become injured when replacing
paper or cleaning.
• The customer should not
replace the print head. Doing so
could result in injury, burns, or
electric shock.
Loading paper
• When loading roll paper, be
careful not to get your fingers
pinched between the paper roll
and the supply unit.
When not using the printer
for a long time
• When not using the printer for a
long time, unplug the power
cord from the outlet to maintain
safety.
During maintenance and
cleaning
• When maintaining and cleaning
the printer, unplug the power
cord from the outlet to maintain
safety.
Lithium coin battery
• Risk of explosion if battery is
replaced by an incorrect type.
• Dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions.
Caution
Replacing the Battery Pack
• Use only the specified battery pack.
• When replacing the battery pack, make sure to install the pack in the correct orientation. Incorrectly
replacing the battery creates the danger of explosion, injury or damage to surrounding areas.
• Replacing a small-size rechargeable battery (Lithium ion battery)
Apply insulation treatment for the old battery pack by sealing the contact with tape or the like and ask our
sales representative or service center for the measures to be taken to recycle the reusable materials.
Do not place the battery pack together with other batteries such as dry batteries.
Caution
English
(1) Reproduction in any manner of all or part of this document is prohibited.
(2) The contents of this document may be changed without prior notice.
(3) Great care has been taken in the preparation of this document, but if any problems, mistakes,
or omission are found, please contact the store or dealer where you purchased the printer.
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Precautions for Installation and Handling
Printer operation can be affected by the printer environment.
Refer to the following instructions for installation and handling of TH208.
Select a Safe Location
Place the printer on a surface that is flat and
level.
Keep the printer out of high temperature and
humidity.
If the surface is not flat and level,
this may result in poor print
quality. This may also cause
malfunction and shorten the life
span of the printer.
Do not place the printer on a location that
produces vibration.
Avoid locations subject to
extreme or rapid changes in
temperature or humidity.
Exposure to these conditions
may cause electrical problems
within the printer.
Do not place the printer in a location subject
to water or oil.
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Do not carry the printer when the
roll label is set. Giving serious
vibration or shock to the printer
may cause malfunction and
shorten the life span of the
printer.
Do not place the printer near crane or
pressing machine.
Machineries such as crane and
pressing machine require large
amount of power. This may
cause electrical noise or voltage
reduction.
Avoid such locations to reduce
the risk of malfunction or damage
to the printer.
Do not place the printer in a
location where it will be splashed
with water or oil. Water or oil
entering inside the printer may
cause a fire, electric shock, or
malfunction.
Avoid dust.
Dust buildup may result in poor
print quality. This may cause not
only malfunction but also shorten
the life span of the printer.
Keep out of direct sunlight.
This printer has a built-in optical
sensor. Exposure to direct
sunlight will make the sensor
less responsive and may cause
the label to be sensed
incorrectly. Close the cover when
printing.
Power Supply (When using an AC adapter)
This printer requires an AC power supply.
Be sure to connect the printer to
an AC power supply via the
supplied AC adapter.
Failure to do so may result in
miss operation or a malfunction.
Connect the power cord to a grounded power
outlet.
Ground
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Make sure to have the facility
equipped with the ground slot.
Provide a stable source of electricity to the
printer.
Do not share the power outlets with other appliances
such as a heater and refrigerator requiring a
measurable amount of power. Also, avoid using the
power outlet near where such appliances are
plugged into. This may cause voltage reduction and
malfunction.
Table of Contents
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Safety Precautions
Precautions for Installation and Handling
Names of Parts
Preparing for First-time Operation
Turning on the Power
Basic Specifications
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Checking Accessories
Make sure that you have received all of the following items in the package.
If there are any accessories missing, contact your nearest dealer or the
store where you purchased the printer.
Quick Guide
AC power cord
AC adapter
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Leaflet (Global warranty)
About the Box
Please retain both the box in which the printer was packed and the cushioning
material (cushions that hold the printer in place). If you need to send in the
printer for repair, repack it in this box.
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Names of Parts
▲ Printer Unit (Unit Exterior)
LCD Display
Charge LED
Top cover
Handle
Operation key
Label discharge outlet
Battery cover
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Backing paper discharge outlet
(For Dispenser mode)
Cover open/close latch
Scanner connector cover
▲ Back (USB Interface)
DC input power terminal
(Power connector)
USB connector
▲ Back (USB + LAN Interface)
DC input power terminal
(Power connector)
LAN connector
USB connector
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Names of Parts
When Top Cover Is Opened
Dispensing sensor
Print head
Print head cover
Paper holder
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Paper holder slide guide
Platen roller
Dispenser plate
Dispenser frame
Cutter Type (Optional)
Cutter type
Cutter unit
Cutter type for linerless label
Cutter unit for linerless label
* There is no difference in the unit exterior between standard type and
non-cutter type for linerless label.
CAUTION
The cutter is sharp. Be careful not to cut your hands.
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▲ Operation Panel
Arrow keys
Use these keys to
move the cursor.
CHARGE LED lights while
charging the battery.
Menu/Page up
POWER button
Delete
Ten keypad
Entering alphanumeric
characters and symbols
English
Enter
Pause/Feed
Input mode
Space/Symbol
Function keys
Function keys
POWER button
Menu/Page up
Delete
F1
F2
Pause/Feed
Input mode
Space/Symbol
Enter
Power ON: Hold down for 1 second.
Power OFF: Hold down for more than 3 seconds.
Goes to the initial screen or up one level
[Menu] Hold down for more than 1 second to go back to main menu.
[Page up]Press once to go up one level.
Deletes characters.
Press once for deleting the character to the left of the line cursor.
Hold down for deleting the entire row of input characters.
Access to a menu with a list of predefined short cuts such as [1.Date
setting], [2.Test print], [3.LCD contrast] and [4.Darkness] etc.
Input mode/press once: Scroll mode. Scrolls within a column by
pressing an arrow key.
Input mode/press twice: Jump mode. Jumps between columns
in a table by pressing an arrow key.
[Pause] Print mode/press once: Stops print job/cancels print job.
Print mode/press again: Feeds label.
[Feed] Feeds one label.
Toggles between different input modes.
[1] Numeric input (default)
[a] Lower case input
[A] Upper case input
Enters space/symbols such as [.] [,] [;] [ ] [@] [”] [_(space)] [€] [£] [$] [¥]
Confirms an input sequence.
Confirms a selection in a menu list.
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Preparing for First-time Operation
Charging the Battery Pack
• Charging by installing the battery pack in the battery charger (optional)
Install the battery pack in the battery charger (optional) and charge it.
The optional battery charger set provided for this printer is specific to this printer.
Do not use it for other electric equipment.
޼ Connect the power cord from the
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AC adapter to the charger unit.
Then, connect the power cord to
the AC adapter and plug it to the
outlet.
޽ Insert the battery pack into the slot,
with the terminal pointing downward.
• When charging begins, the CHARGE
lamp (red) lights. When charging is
complete, the CHARGE lamp lights
green (fully charged).
޾ Remove the battery pack when
charging is complete.
Charging time
It takes about 1.5 hours for the CHARGE lamp to turn green when
charging a completely depleted battery.
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Note
•
•
When the CHARGE lamp is not lit, check that the battery pack is installed
securely.
The battery may not be charged when not securely installed.
When a charged battery pack is installed, the CHARGE lamp first lights red,
then lights green.
• Charging by installing the supplied AC adapter on the printer
This charges the battery pack while it is installed in the printer.
1. Insert the DC power cord into
the DC input terminal.
English
The AC adapter set provided for this printer is specific to this printer.
Do not use it for other electric equipment.
Use only power supplies listed in the Basic Specifications.
AC adapter
2. Connect the power cord to the
AC adapter and plug it to the
outlet.
When charging begins, the
CHARGE LED lights.
When charging is complete,
the CHARGE LED turns off
(fully charged).
DC input
terminal
Charging time
It takes about 6 hours for the CHARGE LED to turn off when
charging a completely depleted battery.
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Preparing for First-time Operation
Installing and Removing the Battery Pack
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1. Open the battery cover.
2. Insert the battery pack, then
close the battery cover.
Insert the battery pack with the
terminal side toward the printer.
Terminal side
Battery pack
3. To remove the battery pack,
press the blue hook to unlock it,
then hold the tab and pull out
the battery pack.
CAUTION
*Be sure to turn the power off before removing or replacing the battery
pack.
When the power is off, the LCD display turns off. Do not remove the
battery pack until the LCD display turns off.
*Note that removing the battery pack by the operation above may prevent
updating the Information in the printer memory.
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Using AC Adapter
Install the supplied AC adapter on the printer for use.
The AC adapter set provided for this printer is specific to this printer.
Do not use it for other electric equipment.
Use only power supplies listed in the Basic Specifications.
1. Insert the DC output terminal
into the DC input terminal.
English
DC input
terminal
DC output terminal
2. Connect the AC adapter into the
outlet.
AC adapter
CAUTION
*Be sure to turn the printer power off before detaching the DC output
terminal of the AC adapter, or disconnecting the power supply.
*Note that disconnecting the power supply in ways other than described
above may prevent the printer from correctly storing any settings in
memory.
*No battery pack is necessary when the AC adapter is used. When the
battery pack and AC adapter are used simultaneously, charging begins if
the battery is not fully charged.
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Turning On the Power
Power Setting
Plug the DC power cord of the AC adapter into the printer and turn on
the power.
1. Connect the AC power cord to
the AC adapter.
AC adapter
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AC power cord
2. Connect the printer
AC
adapter
AC power outlet.
When plugging the DC power
cord into the printer’s power
connector, make sure the DC
power cord connector is
oriented properly.
When plugging in the DC power
cord to the printer, use one
hand to hold the printer while
using the other hand to plug in
the cord.
DC input power terminal
(Power connector)
Make sure the flat side of the
DC power cord is facing up.
DC power cord
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3. Press the POWER button on the
operation panel of the unit. The
LCD display is lit when the
printer is turned on.
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POWER button
4. Hold down the POWER button
for more than 3 seconds to turn
off the printer.
When the power is off, the LCD
display turns off.
CAUTION
*The power cord set supplied with this printer is only for use with this
printer. Do not use it for other electrical products.
*Do not operate the POWER button or plug in/unplug the power cord with
wet hands. Doing so could result in electric shock.
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Basic Specifications
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Model name
Printing method
Head density
(Resolution)
Printing effective area
Unprintable area
TH208
Direct thermal
203dpi (8-dot/mm)
156mm pitch x 56mm wide (6.1" pitch x 2.2" wide)
Length direction Upper: 2.0mm (0.07") Lower: 2.0mm (0.07")
(Not including backing paper)
Width direction Left: 1.5mm (0.05") Right: 1.5mm (0.05")
(Not including backing paper)
50 to 100mm/sec (2 to 4 inches/sec)
Printing speed
* Printing speed differs depending on paper type and usage environment.
Paper type/Paper shape
Roll paper (Winding face-in/face-out)
Recommended use of paper manufactured or specified by SATO.
Paper thickness
140 to 190µm (0.14 to 0.19mm/0.005 to 0.007")
Label size
Continuous type
[Die cut label] Pitch: 16 to 156mm/0.6 to 6.1" (Backing paper 19 to 159mm/0.7 to 6.2")
Width: 25 to 60mm/0.9 to 2.3" (Backing paper 28 to 63mm/1.1 to 2.4")
[Butt-cut label] Pitch: 16 to 156mm/0.6 to 6.1" (Backing paper 16 to 156mm/0.6 to 6.1")
Width: 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3" (Backing paper 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3")
Cutter type
[Die cut label] Pitch: 16 to 156mm/0.6 to 6.1" (Backing paper 19 to 159mm/0.7 to 6.2")
Width: 25 to 60mm/0.9 to 2.3" (Backing paper 28 to 63mm/1.1 to 2.4")
Tear-off type
[Die cut label] Pitch: 16 to 156mm/0.6 to 6.1" (Backing paper 19 to 159mm/0.7 to 6.2")
Width: 25 to 60mm/0.9 to 2.3" (Backing paper 28 to 63mm/1.1 to 2.4")
[Butt-cut label] Pitch: 16 to 156mm/0.6 to 6.1" (Backing paper 16 to 156mm/0.6 to 6.1")
Width: 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3" (Backing paper 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3")
Dispenser type
[Die cut label] Pitch: 16 to 117mm/0.6 to 4.6" (Backing paper 16 to 120mm/0.6 to 4.7")
Width: 25 to 60mm/0.9 to 2.3" (Backing paper 28 to 63mm/1.1 to 2.4")
[Butt-cut label] Pitch: 16 to 117mm/0.6 to 4.6" (Backing paper 16 to 117mm/0.6 to 4.6")
Width: 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3" (Backing paper 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3")
Linerless type (without cutter)
Pitch: 25.4 to 100mm/1 to 3.9"
Width: 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3"
Linerless type (with cutter)
Pitch: 45 to 100mm/1.7 to 3.9"
Width: 28 to 60mm/1.1 to 2.3"
Outer diameter of paper roll / Outer diameter: Maximum 䃜75mm (䃜2.9")
Internal diameter of roll core Internal diameter: 䃜26mm (䃜1.0")
*Some restrictions may apply to the paper sizes that can be used depending on the type of
paper, usage environment, and application.
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Dimensions
Weight
Power specifications
Battery pack
Environmental conditions
(Temperature/Humidity)
Standard interface
Options
LED
Operation button
Paper length detection
sensor
Standard: Continuous mode, Dispenser mode, Tear-off mode,
Sensor off mode
Option:
Cutter mode, Linerless mode (with cutter),
Linerless mode (without cutter)
132(W) x 194(D) x 147 (H) (mm) (5.1"W x 7.6"D x 5.7"H)
Approximately 1.7kg (Approximately 3.7lbs)
AC adapter
Manufacturer: SATO Corporation
Model name: PAH7020
Input power voltage: AC100V to AC240V ±10% (Full range)
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
Input power voltage conditions: AC 100V
At peak: 64.0VA/42.5W (at 30% printing ratio)
During standby: 12.6VA/6.2W
Battery type: Lithium ion battery
Manufacturer: SATO Corporation
Model name: PT/MB400-BAT
Rated voltage: 14.8V
Rated capacity: 1700mAh (TYP)
External dimensions: 43(W) x 20.4(D) x 109(H) (mm) (1.6"W x 0.9"D x 4.2"H)
Weight: Approximately 170g (Approximately 0.3lbs)
Charge cycle: Approximately 300 times
Charging time: Approximately 6 hours (Fully charged with the unit)
Approximately 1.5 hours by dedicated charger
Operating environment: 0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F), 30 to 80%RH (No condensation)
Storage environment: -5 to 60°C (23 to 140°F), 30 to 90%RH (No condensation)
(Not including labels and other supplies)
(1)USB (Full speed, USB version 2.0 compliant)
(2)Scanner connector (Supported PS/2)
(3)SD card slot
(4)FAT file system
Cutter unit, Linerless kit (w/cutter), Linerless kit (w/o cutter),
External label unwinder, External label rewinder (RW350),
Battery pack, Battery charger, SD card, Key cover,
Wall-mounting kit, 1D barcode scanner,
Full keyboard
CHARGE (Red)
Ten keypad: 0 to 9 (for alphanumeric characters and symbols input)
Function key: [
], [
], [ ], [F1], [F2], [
], [
],
[
], [ ]
Arrow key: , , ,
I-mark sensor (Reflective type)
Gap sensor (Transmissive type)
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Label issuing mode
Basic Specifications
Barcode
2D barcode
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Resident embedded
bitmap fonts
Resident True Type fonts
Printing direction
(Characters/Barcode)
Barcode ratio
Magnification ratio
(Characters/Barcode/Image)
Self-diagnostic function
Noise (EMC) standard
Safety standards
Wireless standards
Wireless LAN (2.45 GHz)
(1)UPC-A/E, JAN/EAN-8/13
(2)CODE39
(3)CODE128A/B/C, GS1-128 (UCC/EAN128)
(4)Codabar (NW-7)
(5)Interleaved 2 of 5
(6)BOOKLAND (2-5 char add-on code)
(7)GS1 DataBar (RSS-14)
QR Code (Including Ver.8.1 Micro QR)
Datamatrix
M 13 x 20, S 8 x 15, U + XU 5 x 9 (alphanumeric and symbols)
X1 20 x 50 (alphanumeric and symbols)
X2 8 x 20 (alphanumeric and symbols)
X3 13 x 21 (alphanumeric and symbols)
OCR-B 20 x 24 (alphanumeric in upper case)
Price font 16 x 24 (numeric, period, currency marks)
POP1 28 x 48 (numeric, comma, currency marks)
POP2 48 x 68 (numeric, comma, currency marks)
POP3 26 x 56 (numeric, comma, currency marks)
Support subscript (numeric only): X1, X2, X3
Sato Sans, Sato Serif
Characters: 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°
Barcode: Parallel 1 (0°), Parallel 2 (180°), Serial 1 (90°),
Serial 2 (270°)
True Type text can be rotated 0 to 359° (1° increment).
1:2, 1:3, 2:5, Free specification
Characters: Vertical 1 to 4 times, Horizontal 1 to 4 times
Barcode: 1:2, 1:3: 2 to 4 times, 2:5: 2 to 4 times
(1)Broken head element check (2)Paper end detection
(3)Test print (4)Cover open detection
(5)Calendar check (6)Calendar battery check
(7)Battery check (8)Cutter error
FCC15B Class B
UL60950-1(2001)
CSA22.2 No.60950-1-03
FCC15B/FCC15C
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