Samsung | SRP-372 | Ethernet Interface

User's Manual
Ethernet Interface
Rev. 5.00
SRP-270
SRP-275
SRP-280
SRP-350
SRP-350plus
SRP-370 / 372
SRP-770 / 770II
SLP-T400
http://www.bixolon.com
Ethernet
■ Table of contents
1. Interface setting Guiding...............................................................................................3
2. Manual Information........................................................................................................4
3. Interface card and available printer..............................................................................4
4. How to install..................................................................................................................5
5. Specifications.................................................................................................................6
5-1. Hardware version..................................................................................................6
5-2. Configuration Tool................................................................................................6
6. Configuration Tool .........................................................................................................7
6-1. Static IP interface set up ......................................................................................7
6-2. DHCP interface set up ........................................................................................12
6-3. Firmware update .................................................................................................16
7. Web Server ...................................................................................................................19
7-1. Static IP interface set up ....................................................................................19
7-2. DHCP interface set up ........................................................................................23
7-3. Firmware update .................................................................................................24
8. Ethernet test by using Windows test page ................................................................26
9. How to check Static IP or DHCP .................................................................................32
10. Factory Reset .............................................................................................................34
11. Function Key set up...................................................................................................35
[Appendix 1] Details of interface card............................................................................36
[Appendix 2] Hardware version and Configuration Tool ..............................................36
[Appendix 3] Setting up serial communication.............................................................37
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1. Interface setting Guiding
Check the Interface card (Page 4)
How to install (Page 5)
Setting up serial communication (Page 37)
Check Network (Page 32)
N
Y
Static IP?
Static IP
DHCP
Webserver?
Webserver?
N
Y
Interface set up
(Page19)
N
Y
Interface set up
(Page7)
Interface set up
(Page23)
Interface set up
(Page12)
Printer Driver set up and Test (Refer to Home page / Driver manual)
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2. Manual Information
The purpose of this manual is to provide information on the operation and usage
instructions of the Ethernet Interface for the BIXOLON Printers.
3. Interface card and available printer
Printer
Interface Card
Hardware
version
SRP-270
SRP-280
SRP-350
IFA-E TYPE
V5.x.x
SRP-350Plus
SRP-370
SRP-372
IFA-E TYPE
V5.x.x
SRP-275
IFC-E TYPE
V5.x.x
SRP-350
SRP-350Plus
IFA-EP TYPE
V1.x.x
SRP-770
SLP-T400
IFA-EO TYPE
V3.x.x
SRP-770II
ON Board
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Printer Integrated
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4. How to install
1) Check the interface version
[Note]
- Each version uses its own Configuration Tool.
2) Turn of the printer and insert the interface card.
[Note]
IFA-EP supports SRP-350 and SRP-350Plus. When a user installs IFA-EP on printer,
user can select a model by using dip-switch of IFA-EP.
Interface Card
Printer
Picture
SRP-350
IFA-EP TYPE
SRP-350Plus
3) Set the baud rate (Serial speed)
(Refer to [Appendix 3])
4) Connect LAN cable to the interface card and turn on the printer.
(1) Use direct cable to connect to HUB (Switch).
(2) Use cross cable to connect to LAN card of computer.
Cross cable
[Note]
You can use IFA/C-E TYPE (after V5.0.0) or IFA-EP TYPE regardless of cable type.
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5. Specifications
5-1. Hardware version
Hardware version is marked on the label on the interface card bracket.
IFA-E TYPE (V3.X.X) doesn’t have Function key.
Interface Card
Picture
IFC-E TYPE
IFA-E TYPE
IFA-EP TYPE
[Note]
- The DIP switch on the interface board should always be OFF.
5-2. Configuration Tool
BIXOLON provides 2 types of network and serial communication set up utilities as a
below;
- Configure_Vx.x.x.exe
- Web Server
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6. Configuration Tool
6-1. Static IP interface set up
1) Turn on the printer.
2) Execute Configure Tool.
[Note]
- Use proper Configuration Tool dependent on hardware version
3) Click Search.
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[Note]
- If Windows Security Alert pops up, please press Unblock.
4) Select MAC Address in Board list and set up Network Setting.
MAC Address
[Note]
- If many MAC addresses appear, refer to the MAC address on the label of the
interface card. Ask the Network administrator IP and its related information.
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- If you are not aware of Subnet Mask, refer to the below.
When the IP address is
(1) 1~126.xxx.xxx.xxx: Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0
(2) 128~191.xxx.xxx.xxx: Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
(3) 192~223.xxx.xxx.xxx: Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
For example, when the IP address is 192.168.192.321,
Subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
- If you are not aware of Gateway,
(1) When the Network is connected to Internet (Router or Server computer),
refer to the Network setting of other computers on the Network.
(2) When the Network is connected to Internet (Router or Server computer),
enter 0.0.0.0 for Gateway.
5) Enter value at Local Port.
[Note]
- Default value is 9100. Choose from 0 to 32767.
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6) Set Inactivity Time as ‘0’.
[Note]
- Default value is 0. Choose from 0 to 32767.
- When you set Inactivity time, Ethernet interface will disconnect by force
after designated time. When you set 0, Forced disconnection function is not available.
7) Set baud rate (Speed) at Serial Setting
[Note]
- The baud rate (Speed) should be same as the baud rate of the printer.
(Refer to [Appendix 1])
- Highest baud rate (Speed) can be used.
- The baud rate (Speed) of IFA-EP don’t need to setting.
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8) When setting finishes, click Setting.
[Note]
Successfully finished set up
Unsuccessfully finished set up
- When setting doesn’t finish correctly, try again.
9) Click Exit to finish set up.
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6-2. DHCP interface set up
1) Turn on the printer.
2) Execute Configure Tool.
[Note]
- Use proper Configuration Tool dependent on hardware version
3) Click Search.
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4) Select MAC Address in Board list and check at DHCP Mode.
MAC address
[Note]
- If many MAC addresses appear, refer to the MAC address on the label of
the interface card.
- Ask the Network administrator IP and its related information.
5) Set baud rate at “Speed.
[Note]
- The baud rate (Speed) should be same as the baud rate of the printer.
(Refer to [Appendix 3])
- Highest baud rate (Speed) can be used.
- The baud rate (Speed) of IFA-EP TYPE don’t need to setting.
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6) When setting finishes, click Setting.
[Note]
Successfully finished set up
Unsuccessfully finished set up
- When setting doesn’t finish correctly, try again.
7) Wait approximately 10 or more seconds until the printer receives IP from the server.
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8) Click Search to check given IP.
9) If the given IP is OK, click Exit.
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6-3. Firmware update
1) Turn on the printer
2) Execute Configure Tool.
[Note]
- Use proper Configuration Tool dependent on hardware version
3) Click Search.
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4) Select MAC Address in Board.
MAC Address
[Note]
- If many MAC addresses appear, refer to the MAC address on the label of
the interface card.
5) Click Upload and select file to download.
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[Note]
- Check the extension of the file, which should be “bin”.
Successfully finished F/W update
Unsuccessfully finished F/W update
- Printer and available firmware
Interface Card
IFA-E TYPE
IFC-E TYPE
IFA-EO TYPE
IFA-E TYPE
IFC-E TYPE
SRP-770ll (ON Board)
IFA-EP TYPE
Hardware Version
Firmware
V3.x.x
ETS_TCP_V1X.bin
V5.x.x
ETS_TCP_V2X.bin
ON Board
V1.x.x
ETS_TCP_V5X.bin
ETP_TCP_V1X.bin
6) When firmware update finishes, click Search to check if Firmware is updated
successfully.
[Note]
- Don’t turn off the printer while the firmware is updated. It causes fatal
harm to interface card
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7. Web Server
7-1. Static IP interface set up
1) Execute Internet Explorer.
2) Enter IP address of the printer at Address of Internet Explorer and click go.
[Note]
- If you are not aware of IP address, check IP address by pushing Function key.
(Refer to 35Page])
- Ask Network administrator IP Address and its related information.
3) When Configuration Window appears, enter new Network Setting.
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[Note]
- If you are not aware of Subnet Mask, refer to the below.
- When the IP address is
(1) 1~126.xxx.xxx.xxx: Subnet Mask: 255.0.0.0
(2) 128~191.xxx.xxx.xxx: Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
(3) 192~223.xxx.xxx.xxx: Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
For example, when the IP address is 192.168.192.321,
Subnet mask is 255.255.255.0.
- If you are not aware of Gateway,
(1) When the Network is connected to Internet (Router or Server computer),
refer to the Network setting of other computers on the Network.
(2) When the Network is connected to Internet (Router or Server computer),
enter 0.0.0.0 for Gateway.
4) Enter value of Local Port.
5) Set Inactivity Time.
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6) Set baud rate (Serial speed).
[Note]
- The baud rate (Speed) should be same as the baud rate of the printer.
- The baud rate (Speed) of IFA-EP don’t need to setting.
7) When setting finishes, click Apply.
[Note]
- When the setting finishes successfully, the following message appears.
Please press here if you would like to back to the configuration
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8) If you click the message, you can check your configuration setting.
[Note]
- If any change was not found after setting on Web Server, check the bellows;
(1) Execute Internet Explorer.
(2) Internet Explorer Menu → Tools → Internet options.
(3) General tab → Temporary internet file → Settings
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(4) Check for newer version of stored pages → Click Every visit to the page.
(5) Click Refresh in Internet Explorer.
7-2. DHCP interface set up
1) Check at DHCP mode and click Apply.
2) Push the Function Key on the interface 10 or more seconds from finishing set up.
Enter given IP address at address of Internet Explorer to enter web server.
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7-3. Firmware update
1) Click Firmware update.
2) Internet Explorer is executed and it moves to download site automatically.
[Note] Printer and available firmware
Interface Card
IFA-E TYPE
IFC-E TYPE
IFA-EO TYPE
IFA-E TYPE
IFC-E TYPE
SRP-770ll (ON Board)
IFA-EP TYPE
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Firmware
V3.x.x
ETS_TCP_V1X.bin
V5.x.x
ETS_TCP_V2X.bin
ON Board
V1.x.x
ETS_TCP_V5X.bin
ETP_TCP_V1X.bin
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3) Download Configure_Vx.xx.zip file and *.bin file.
[Note]
- You can download it by double-clicking icons or copy and paste.
4) Unzip Configure_Vx.xx.zip and execute Configure_Vx.xx.exe at Configure_Vx.xx
folder.
[Note]
- In case Configure_Vx.xx.exe can’t be executed, run configure_setup.bat first
and retry it.
5) Click Upload at Configuration Tool and *.bin to update Ethernet firmware.
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8. Ethernet test by using Windows test page
If you don’t have any test program to check printer’s performance, you can use Windows
driver. It is available for Windows 2000, XP, 2003 server (32bit), Vista (32bit).
1) Install Windows driver of the printer. When the driver installation finishes, reboot the
computer.
[Note]
- Latest file versions can find drivers at http://www.bixolon.com
2) Start > Control panel > Printers and Faxes
3) Select the printer icon and click it with the right button to select properties.
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4) Select Ports tab.
5) Click Add Port.
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6) Select Standard TCP/IP Port and click New port.
7) When standard TCP/IP printer add wizard window pops up, click Next.
8) Enter printer IP at Printer Name or IP Address and click Next.
[Note]
- Enter same IP address as the Ethernet interface card. Enter only at Printer Name or
IP Address.
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9) Click Next.
[Note]
- Click Next without any selection nor change.
10) Click Finish.
11) Click Close to close Printer port window
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12) Click Configure Port.
13) Enter same port number as the value of Local Port of the Ethernet interface at Raw
Setting.
[Note]
- There is no change except Raw Setting.
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14) Click OK.
15) Select General tab and click Print Test Page to check if the printer works properly.
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9. How to check Static IP or DHCP
1) Start > Control panel > Network Connections
2) Select: “Local Area Connection and click it with the right button to select properties
3) Select General tab and Select “Internet Protocal(TCP/IP)”.
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4) Click “Properties”.
5) Information of network registration with Static IP
6) Information of network registration with DHCP
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10. Factory Reset
1) Default setting after factory reset
- Activate DHCP mode
- Local Port: 9100
- Inactivity Time: 0
- Speed
SRP-770II, SLP-T400: 230400 bps
SRP-270, SRP-275, SRP-280, SRP-350, SRP-350plus, SRP-370, SRP-372: 9600 bps
2) How to rest
(1) Turn off the printer
(2) Turn on the printer while pressing Function Key
[Note]
- Press Function key 3 more seconds after turning on the printer.
(3) Wait 10 seconds until new IP address is allocated to the printer.
- The IP address will be allocated automatically under DHCP mode.
[Note]
- DHCP Network environment
Connect to web-server with newly allocated IP address.
Check new IP address by pressing Function key
- Static IP Network environment
The IP address will not be allocated automatically.
Set up Static IP with Configuration utility.
(4) Print Network setting information by pressing Function key
Connect web-server to change any network setting
[Note]
- Check if the baud rate of the printer is set same as below.
SRP-770II, SLP-T400: 230400 bps
SRP-270, SRP-275, SRP-280, SRP-350, SRP-350plus, SRP-370, SRP-372: 9600 bps
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11. Function Key set up
1) How to use
(1) Turn on the printer
(2) Wait 10 or more seconds until the Ethernet interface boots up
(3) Push the Function key
SRP-770II
Function key
(4) The settings will be printed only one time since the printer is turned on.
(5) Turn off and on the printer to print them again.
2) Printed settings
- MAC address
- IP address
- Subnet Mask
- Gateway
- Port
- Inactivity time
- Serial speed
- Firmware Version
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[Appendix 1] Details of interface card
Item
Network interface
Protocol
IP mode
RX buffer
Flow control
Baud rate (Serial speed)
Details
10/100 Base-T All in one (Auto detection)
TCP, UDP, IP, ICMP,IGMP, ARP, HTTP
static IP, DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
2K Byte
Hardware (RTS/CTS)
1200 ~ 230400 bps
[Appendix 2] Hardware version and Configuration Tool
Hardware
version
Interface
card
IFA-E TYPE
V5.x.x
IFC-E TYPE
IFA-EP TYPE
ON Board
IFA-E TYPE
V3.x.x
IFC-E TYPE
IFA-EO TYPE
V2.x.x
V1.x.x
RIF-350E
RIF-350E
Printer
SRP-270,280,350
SRP-370,372
SRP-350Plus
SRP-275
SRP-350
SRP-350Plus
SRP-770II
SRP-270,280,350
SRP-370,372
SRP-350Plus
SRP-275
SRP-770
SLP-T400
SRP-270,280,350
SRP-270,280,350
Configuration
Tool file
Network
interface
Configure_V5.x
Web Server
10/100 Base-T
All in one
Configure _V3.x
Ethernet_V2.0
Ethetnet_V1.3
10 Base-T
10 Base-T
[Note]
-In case the hardware version is V5.X.X or higher, use Configure_V5.x or Web server.
You can simply use Web Server on Internet Explorer.
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[Appendix 3] Setting up serial communication
1) Printer DIP switch set up
Printer
SRP-350
SRP350plus
SRP-270
SRP-280
SRP-370
SRP-372
SRP-275
SRP-770
SRP-770Ⅱ
SLP-T400
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Baud rate & DSW set up
DSW 1-7
DSW 1-8
Baud rate
57600bps
OFF
ON
38400bps
ON
ON
19200bps
OFF
OFF
9600bps
ON
OFF
DSW 1-6 DSW 1-7 DSW1-8
Baud rate
115200bps
ON
ON
ON
57600bps
OFF
OFF
ON
38400bps
OFF
ON
ON
19200bps
OFF
OFF
OFF
9600bps
OFF
ON
OFF
4800bps
ON
OFF
ON
2400bps
ON
OFF
OFF
DSW 2-7
DSW 2-8
Baud rate
19200bps
ON
ON
9600bps
OFF
OFF
4800bps
ON
OFF
2400bps
OFF
ON
DSW 1-1
DSW 1-2
Baud rate
115200bps
ON
ON
38400bps
OFF
ON
19200bps
ON
OFF
9600bps
OFF
OFF
Baud rate
19200bps
9600bps
4800bps
2400bps
Baud rate
115200bps
57600bps
19200bps
9600bps
Baud rate
230400bps
115200bps
19200bps
9600bps
Baud rate
230400bps
115200bps
19200bps
9600bps
DSW 2-7
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
DSW 2-1
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
DSW 2-1
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
DSW 2-1
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
DSW 2-8
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
DSW 2-2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
DSW 2-2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
DSW 2-2
ON
ON
OFF
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Handshaking & Parity
DTR/DSR : SW 1-3 OFF
8 data bit : SW 1-4 OFF
None parity : SW 1-5 OFF
DTR/DSR: SW1-2 off
8 data bit: SW1-3 off
none parity: SW1-4 off
DTR/DSR : SW 2-3 OFF
8 data bit : SW 1-4 OFF
None parity : SW 1-5 OFF
DTR/DSR : SW 1-3 OFF
8 data bit : MSW 9
None parity : MSW 9
[Note]
- Use Memory SW to
change
DTR/DSR : SW 2-3 OFF
8 data bit : SW 2-4 OFF
None parity : SW 2-5 OFF
RTS/CTS: SW2-3 ON
8 data bit
none parity
DTR/DSR
8 data bit
None parity
Fixed
DTR/DSR
8 data bit
None parity
Fixed
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2) Set the baud rate (Serial speed)
- SRP-270,275,280: Max. 19200 bps
- SRP-350: Max. 57600 bps
- SRP-350Plus: Max. 115200 bps
- SRP-370,372: Max. 115200 bps
- SRP-770: Max. 115200bps
- SRP-770Ⅱ: Max. 230400 bps
- SLP-T400: Max. 230400 bps
[Note]
- The baud rate (Serial speed) of the interface card is from 1200 ~ 230400 bps.
- The baud rate (Serial speed) of the printer can be set with DIP switch
3) Virtual Driver
It converts output of Serial (COM) port into output of Ethernet (TCP/IP) port.
It is available for Windows 2000, XP, 2003 server (32bit), Vista (32bit).
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