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EPSON OPOS ADK MANUAL
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
GUIDE
LineDisplay
(DM-D110/ DM-D120/ DM-D210)
Version 2.61
Feb. 2008
Notes
(1) Reproduction of any part of this documentation by any means is prohibited.
(2) The contents of this documentation are subject to change without notice.
(3) Comments and notification of any mistakes in this documentation are gratefully
accepted.
(4) This software cannot be used with other equipment that the specified.
(5) EPSON will not be responsible for any consequences resulting from the use of any
information in this documentation.
Trademarks
Microsoft®, Windows®, Windows Vista™, Visual Basic® and Visual C++® are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
EPSON® and ESC/POS® are registered trademarks of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION.
Other product and company names used herein are for identification purposes only and
may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Copyright © 2000-2008 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
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Contents
Section 1. Introduction ........................................................................................................1
Section 2. Details on Settings.............................................................................................2
2.1 Device Information ....................................................................................................2
2.2 References of Firmware Versions ............................................................................2
2.3 Settings of DIP Switches and Hardware ..................................................................3
2.4 Setting of Devices .....................................................................................................4
2.5 Port Information ........................................................................................................4
2.6 Connection Configuration .........................................................................................6
Section 3. Function Details .................................................................................................9
3.1 CheckHealth Method ................................................................................................9
3.2 Property Set Values and Default Values ................................................................11
3.3 Restrictions on Parameters for Methods ................................................................13
3.4 Supplementary Explanation of Functions...............................................................13
3.5 Device Statistics......................................................................................................15
Section 4. Expanded Functions........................................................................................16
4.1 DirectIO Function ....................................................................................................16
4.2 List of Commands Usable with DirectIO.................................................................17
Section 5. Device Specific Programming........................................................................18
5.1 Issuing ESC/POS Commands................................................................................18
Section 6. Error Information..............................................................................................19
6.1 ResultCode List.......................................................................................................19
6.2 Remedial Actions for Principal Errors.....................................................................28
Section 7. Warnings...........................................................................................................29
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Section 1. Introduction
This manual describes the method of use and related items, including device-specific
precautions, when the LineDisplay device is used with EPSON OPOS ADK.
Before the LineDisplay can be used, the EPSON OPOS ADK should be installed and the
devices to be used should be set using the SetupPOS utility. For setting methods, see the
Section 2 of this manual.
This manual applies to the following devices.
DM-D110
DM-D120*1
DM-D210
*1
The operation is not supported in Windows Vista environment.
Compatibility mode
The compatibility mode for upward compatibility was added in OPOS Ver2.60.
For the details of the compatibility mode, please refer to “EPSON OPOS ADK MANUAL
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT GUIDE Compatibility Mode”.
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Section 2. Details on Settings
This section describes connection configurations and how to make the settings for the
LineDisplay devices.
2.1 Device Information
The DeviceDescription and DeviceName for each model are as follows.
Model Name
DM-D110
I/F
S (Y)
DeviceDescription
EPSON DM-D110 (Y) LineDisplay
S (Path) EPSON DM-D110 (Path) LineDisplay
DeviceName
DM-D110
DM-D110
U
EPSON DM-D110U LineDisplay
DM-D110U
DM-D120
S
EPSON DM-D120 LineDisplay
DM-D120
DM-D210
S (Y)
EPSON DM-D210 (Y) LineDisplay
DM-D210
S (Path) EPSON DM-D210 (Path) LineDisplay
U
EPSON DM-D210U LineDisplay
DM-D210
DM-D210U
I/F indicate the connected interface.
The following is the list of the two connecting interfaces.
S: Serial
U: USB
In addition, there are Y-connection (Y) and pass-through connection (Path) in the
Serial connection. When a device is stand-alone connected, use the
pass-through connection.
2.2 References of Firmware Versions
Refer to the release notes (Relnote.txt).
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2.3 Settings of DIP Switches and Hardware
Confirm that the following settings have been made correctly.
D110, D120, D210
No.
Setting
1
OFF
2
OFF
3
OFF
4
OFF
5
ON
6
OFF
7
ON
8
OFF
Recommend
Settable
Settable
Settable
Settable
Settable
Settable
Recommended
Settings of DIP-switches become valid only after the power has been turned on.
• For D110, D120, D210
Settings of 1 and 8 of DIP-SW1 can be changed, but it is recommended to set
to OFF position.
Set 2 to 7 of DIP-SW1 to match the port information. When using USB port, set
5, 6, 7 to OFF, OFF, ON, respectively.
The described set values are the default values. If these are changed, be sure to
use the SetupPOS utility to change the port information.
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2.4 Setting of Devices
The SetupPOS utility should be used for setting devices. For more detail, refer to
"EPSON OPOS ADK MANUAL User's Manual (Installer/ SetupPOS/ TMUSB)".
1) Setting of USB devices
When using a USB port, select devices with “U” appended to the end of the
device name using the SetupPOS utility.
DM-D110U/D210U
2) Device Specific Settings
Not applicable
2.5 Port Information
1) Port information when using serial port
The port information that can be set with the SetupPOS utility is as follows.
Setting Information
Effective Setting Range
Baud rate
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
Bit length
7 bits, 8 bits
Parity
NONE, ODD, EVEN
Stop bit
1 bit
Handshake
DTR/DSR
Output buffer length
32~1024
Output interval time
0~9999
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The default settings are as shown in the following table.
Setting Information
Set value
Baud rate
9600
Bit length
8 bits
Parity
NONE
Stop bit
1 bit
Handshake
DTR/DSR
Output buffer length
1024
Output interval time
500
When a display is hydra-connected to a printer, all display settings are exactly the
same as the connected printer. In the case of some printers, the output buffer
length may not be compatible with the default of the display. In this case, the
SetupPOS utility will display a warning when the hydra connection is made. In
this event, press OK. This will make the display settings the same as the
connected printer.
2) Port information when using parallel port
Not applicable
3) Port information when using USB port
The port information that can be set with the SetupPOS utility is limited to the
output interval time. However, since the connection to the printer is a
Y-connection, the output interval time setting is the same as that at of the
connected printer.
Set the DIP-SW on the LineDisplay unit to 19200 bps.
4) Port information when using Ethernet port
Not applicable
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2.6 Connection Configuration
There are two ways to connect the EPSON DM series LineDisplay; i.e, as
independent devices or as slave devices connected by hydra settings through a
printer. However, when using a USB connection, only the hydra-connection that
the device is connected to the printer’s DM connector can be used. When using
as an independent device, connect the display directly to the COM port on the PC
or the IT(IR).
DM-D120 is designed to be connected via dedicated module and to be used
standalone. When mounting it to IT(IR), connect it via dedicated module (on
DM-D120) to the DM connector on the IT(IR).
When using as an independent device connected to the PC through a hydra
connection, the method to connect the display depends on which display is being
used. In the case of a display with the special RS-232C pass-through connection
function (DM-D110, DM-D210), connect the display and the printer via the
RS-232C port. In this case the display should be connected to the PC or the
IT(IR).
If the device is a model which does not have the special modular pass-through
connection function (DM-D110, DM-D210), both serial and USB connections can
be used. Connect the printer and display by modular connections. In this case,
the printer should be connected to the PC or IT(IR). The connection
configurations with PC (IT, IR) are described below.
(1) Connecting a printer through a display
(path-through connection)
Host
Device
→
PC
Device
LineDisplay
(RS-232C)
→
POS Printer
(RS-232C)
PC:
COM1-COM10
LineDisplay:
DM-D110/DM-D210
POS Printer:
All printers with serial interface, except for the printer mounted
on the EPSON IR.
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(2) Connecting a display through a printer using modular connector (PCs)
(Y Connection(Hydra Connection))
Host
Device
→
PC
Device
POS Printer
(RS232C,USB)
PC:
→
LineDisplay
(Modular)
COM1-COM10 (serial), USB1-USBx (the USB port number
differs with the environment in which it is used. For details,
refer to "EPSON OPOS ADK MANUAL User's Manual
(Installer/ SetupPOS/ TMUSB)".)
LineDisplay:
DM-D110, DM-D210
DM-D110U, DM-D210U
POS Printer:
Serial interface printer with a display connector installed, or a
printer with USB I/F-BOARD installed.
(3) The case where only a display is connected to the PC
(Independent)
Host
Device
→
PC
LineDisplay
(RS232C)
PC:
COM1-COM10
LineDisplay:
DM-D110, DM-D210
(4) The case where only a display is connected to the IT(IR)
(Independent)
Host
Device
→
IR
LineDisplay
(Modular)
IR:
COM4
LineDisplay:
DM-D120
When used with a Y(hydra) connection, please check that the following settings
have been performed correctly.
RS-232C cable in which RTS and CTS have not been connected must be
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used (serial port)
For the printer’s DIP Switches, the switch used for the customer display must
be set to ON.
Y(hydra) settings must have been correctly made using the SetupPOS utility.
When using USB port connection, the display’s modular connection must be
made to the USB I/F-BOARD and not to the printer’s DM-D connector.
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Section 3. Function Details
This section describes the functions of the LineDisplay device in details. Supplementary
explanation of the parts not described in detail in "UPOS" is also given here.
3.1 CheckHealth Method
3.1.1 Internal Test
When executed, communications with the display is performed and the result is
returned. Nothing is shown on the display.
When the method is executed by OPOS_CH_INTERNAL, the character strings of
the CheckHealthText property is as follows.
“Internal Hcheck: Complete”
:
CheckHealthText
After executing the CheckHealth method, be sure to confirm the returned value. If
an error has occurred, there is no point in referring to the CheckHealthText
property. For details on the occurred error, refer to the Section 6 of this manual.
3.1.2 External Test
When executed, the following character strings are sent to and displayed on the
display.
External Hcheck!!
DeviceName=Model name
Confirm that the displayed contents are correct.
When the method is executed by OPOS_CH_EXTERNAL, the character strings
of the CheckHealthText property is as follows.
“External Hcheck: Complete”
:
CheckHealthText
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After executing the CheckHealth method, be sure to confirm the returned value. If
an error has occurred, there is no point in referring to the CheckHalthText
property. For details on the occurred error, refer to the Section 6 of this manual.
3.1.3 Interactive Test
Executes interactive CheckHealth test. When executed, the following dialog box
is displayed.
When [Start] is selected, the following character strings are sent to and displayed
on the display.
Interactive Hcheck!!
DeviceName= Device name
Confirm that the displayed contents are correct.
When the method is executed by OPOS_CH_INTERACTIVE, the character
strings of the CheckHealthText property are as follows.
“Interactive Hcheck: Canceled”
:
When the [Close] button is pressed
without the [Start] button having been
pressed even once.
“Interactive Hcheck: Complete”
:
When the [Close] button is pressed after
the [Start] button has been pressed.
After executing the CheckHealth method, be sure to confirm the returned value. If
an error has occurred, there is no point in referring to the CheckHalthText
property. For details on the occurred error, refer to the Section 6 of this manual.
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3.2 Property Set Values and Default Values
3.2.1 Capability Set Value
Capability Name
CapBlink
CapBrightness
CapCharacterSet
CapDescriptors
CapHMarquee
CapVMarquee
CapICharWait
CapPowerReporting
CapBlinkRate
CapCursorType
CapCustomGlyph
CapReadBack
CapReverse
CapBitmap
CapMapCharacterSet
CapScreenMode
Set Value
Set Value
(DM-D110/D120)
(DM-D210)
DISP_CB_BLINKALL
TRUE
DISP_CCS_KANA
FALSE
TRUE
FALSE
TRUE
OPOS_PR_STANDARD
TRUE
DISP_CCT_NONE
TRUE
DISP_CRB_SINGLE
DISP_CR_REVERSEEACH
FALSE
FALSE
FALSE
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
TRUE
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
Same as DM-D110/D120
3.2.2 Property Default Set Values and Setting Ranges
Brightness setting range and default value
*1
Set Value
DeviceBrightness
0-19
0%
20-39
20%
40-59
40%
60-79
60%
80-100
100% *1
Denotes the default value.
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Code page setting range and default value
Set Value
(DM-D110, D120, D210)
437 *1, 850, 852, 858, 860, 863, 865, 866, 932, 998,
CaracterSetList
999,
1252, 254, 255
*1
Denotes the default value.
Relations between CharacterSet and set values
*1
CharacterSet
Page No. Set Value
437 *1
Page 0
850
Page 2
852
Page 18
858
Page 19
860
Page 3
863
Page 4
865
Page 5
866
Page 16
932
Page 1
998
Page 0
1252 (999)
Page 16
254
Page 254
255
Page 255
Default value
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Set values of other properties
Property Name
Set Value
Set Value
(DM-D110/D120)
(DM-D210)
4
2
20
0
20-7E
7
5
FALSE
0
0
0
2x20
4
2
20
20
20-7E
7
5
FALSE
0
0
0
2x20
DeviceWindow
DeviceRows
DeviceColumns
DeviceDescriptors
CustomGlyphList
GlyphHeight
GlyphWidth
MapCharacterSet
MaximumX
MaximumY
ScreenMode
ScreenModeList
3.3 Restrictions on Parameters for Methods
Method Name
CreateWindow
Parameter
WindowHeight
WindowWidth
Max. Value
Up to 1024
Up to 1024
3.4 Supplementary Explanation of Functions
3.4.1 Conditions for Execution of CheckHealth Method
The conditions for execution of the CheckHealth method are as follows for the
marquee and teletype. The 1 to 3 levels of the CheckHealth method are
common.
All windows should show MarqueeType=DISP_MT_NONE and all windows
should be set to InterCharacterWait=0.
If these conditions are not met, OPOS_E_BUSY is returned.
3.4.2 Marquee Operation when the ClaimDevice Method is executed and the
DeviceEnable Property is set to TRUE after Executing the ReleaseDevice
Method.
If the ReleaseDevice method is executed while the marquee is activated, the
display will stop at that point. When the ClaimDevice method is then executed,
the display will continue as it is. If DeviceEnabled property is set to TRUE,
marquee will start working again.
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Modify the MarqueeType property in the disable condition or after executing the
ReleaseDevice method. Then, the display will take place in accordance with the
modified MarqueeType property when the ClaimDevice method is executed and
the DeviceEnabled property is set to TRUE.
3.4.3 Teletype Display Outside the Viewport
Only the characters displayed inside the viewport are teletyped. In the logical
window, the data outside the viewport are processed instantly, not in accordance
with the specified interval set as InterCharacterWait.
Ex.1: Window with large width
The viewport is defined as a 2×5 window and the window as a 2×8
window. ”1234567890123” is displayed herein by Teletype display. The
InterCharacterWait property is set to 1000 msec.
One character is shown at a time inside the viewport during the first 5 seconds.
1
2
3
4
5
Then, processing to “8” is executed instantly without waiting for the interval set as
the InterCharacterWait time
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
After the following one-second has elapsed, display takes place from ’9’.
1
9
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
When comma is used as the time delimiter, it will be displayed as “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9,
0, 1, 2, 3”.
Ex.2: Window with large height
The viewport is defined as a 2×3 window and the window as a 4×3 window.
“1234567890” is displayed herein by Teletype display. The InterCharacterWait
property is set to 1000 msec.
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One character is shown at a time inside the viewport during the first 6 seconds.
1
4
2
5
3
6
After that, the display position changes instantly without waiting for the interval
set as the InterCharacterWait time.
1
4
7
0
3
2
5
8
1
3
6
9
2
However, since the data is longer than the window, scrolling occurs.
4
7
5
8
6
9
At this point, the “789”, newly displayed inside the viewport by scrolling, is
displayed by teletype. It will be displayed as “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9” (when
comma is used as the time delimiter).
3.4.4 ClearText Method during Teletyped Display
When the ClearText method is executed in the Teletype Mode, the data which
has been buffered and still has not been displayed is also deleted.
3.5 Device Statistics
The DeviceStatistics function is added in response to the compliance of the
"UPOS 1.8".
Please refer to the “EPSON OPOS ADK MANUAL APPLICATION GUIDE Device
Statistics” for the details of the Device Statistics.
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Section 4. Expanded Functions
This section describes the expanded functions of the LineDisplay device.
4.1 DirectIO Function
The usage of the DirectIO method and DirectIOEvent event is described below.
4.1.1 DirectIO Method
Syntax DirectIO
Command As Long, pData As Long, pString As String
Parameter
Explanation
Command
Output format. Normally set to DISP_DI_OUTPUT*.
pData
Not used. Normally DISP_DI_DUMMY will be entered.
pString
ESC/POS command, character variable storing the data
containing NULL.
* The DISP_DI_SYNC command of Ver1.xx can also be used.
Remarks
The entire character strings set in the pString variable will be sent
to the communications port as it is. In case of sending to the
display, it is necessary to add the display selecting command
(ESC=2) before the data.
Return
Either of the following values is returned, and stored in the
ResultCode property.
Value
Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
DirectIO successful.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
Control is closed.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
The device is not claimed.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
Device is not enabled.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
Command cannot be output to device.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
Problem with the device.
OPOS_E_OFFLINE
The device is offline.
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Prerequisites Open, Claim & Enable
4.1.2 DirectIOEvent Event
No applicable
4.2 List of Commands Usable with DirectIO
The commands that can be output using DirectIO are described below.
Outputting other than these commands will affect the OPOS settings and
subsequent operation of OPOS cannot be guaranteed.
Common for DM-D110/DM-D120, DM-D210
Command
Meaning
CLR
Clears the display screen
CAN
Clears the display position line
ESC %
For specifying and canceling setting of downloaded characters
ESC &
For definition of downloaded characters
ESC ?
For deleting downloaded characters
US T
For setting and displaying the counter (time)
US U
For displaying the counter (time)
US r
For specifying and canceling highlighted characters
US:
For starting and ending definition of the contents of macro
processing
US ^
For executing macro processing
DM-D210 only
Command
Meaning
US .
For specifying display of period characters
US ,
For specifying display of comma characters
US ;
For specifying (period) + (comma)
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Section 5. Device Specific Programming
This section describes device specific programming of the LineDisplay devices.
5.1 Issuing ESC/POS Commands
The EPSON DM series LineDisplay supports various ESC/POS commands. The
DirectIO method is used to output these commands. For the DirectIO method
specifications, see the Section 4 of this manual.
Example showing how to issue the command for clearing the LineDisplay:
Dim RC As Long
Dim Dummy As Long
Dim DispSelect As String
Dim Data As String
Dummy=DISP_DI_DUMMY
DispSelect = Chr(&H1B) + “=” + Chr(&H2)
Data=Chr(&H0C)
RC=OPOSLineDisplay1.DirectIO( DISP_DI_OUTPUT,
`Normally synchronous output
Dummy,
`Normally DISP_DI_DUMMY
DispSelect + Data ) `Display selection + CLR
If RC=OPOS_SUCCESS Then
`Successful
Else
`Error
End If
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Section 6. Error Information
This section describes the error codes that may result from execution of LineDisplay
methods. The common properties and methods are described in "EPSON OPOS ADK
MANUAL APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT GUIDE GENERAL DEVELOPMENT". Refer to
this guide for more information.
6.1 ResultCode List
6.1.1 When Executing Properties
The ResultCode and ResultCodeExtended when properties are executed are as
follows.
Property Name
ResultCode
ResultCodeExtended
Meaning
DeviceBrightness
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
Function cannot be used.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
The device is busy.
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within the timeout period.
OPOS_E_OFFLINE
OPOS_E_FAILURE
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_EPTR_COVER_OPEN
Printer cover is open.
OPOS_EPTR_JRN(REC)_EMPTY
No paper in printer.
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
Printer is in MICR mode.
POSPrinter condition errors
*1
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Property Name
CharacterSet
CurrentWindow
CursorRow
CursorColumn
CursorUpdate
MarqueeType
MarqueeFormat
MarqueeUnitWait
MarqueeRepeatWait
ResultCode
ResultCodeExtended
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Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
Printer is in MICR mode.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
Function cannot be used.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
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Property Name
InterCaracterWait
BlinkRate
CursorType
MapCharacterSet
ScreenMode
*1
ResultCode
ResultCodeExtended
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Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
Function cannot be used.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
Set value is illegal.
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
Function cannot be used.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
Function cannot be used.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
Function cannot be used.
The POSPrinter condition errors are as follows:
OPOS_EPTR_COVER_OPEN
OPOS_EPTR_JRN_EMPTY
OPOS_EPTR_REC_EMPTY
OPOS_EPTR_REC_CARTRIDGE_REMOVED
OPOS_EPTR_REC_CARTRIDGE_EMPTY
OPOS_EPTR_REC_HEAD_CLEANING
OPOS_EPTR_LABEL_JAM
OPOS_EPTR_MECHANICAL
OPOS_EPTR_CUTTER
OPOS_EPTR_UNRECOVERABLE
OPOS_EPTR_AUTORECOVERABLE
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6.1.2 When Executing Methods
The ResultCode and ResultCodeExtended when methods are executed are as follows.
Method Name
DisplayText
ResultCode
ResultCodeExtended
Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INVALIDMODE
Marquee is under execution.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
Data parameter does not comply
with
the
BinaryConversion
property.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
Attribute parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within timeout period.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
0
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
POSPrinter condition errors
DisplayTextAt
Printer is in MICR mode.
*1
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INVALIDMODE
Marquee is under execution.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
Row parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
Column parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+3
Data parameter does not comply
with
the
BinaryConversion
property.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+4
Attribute parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within the timeout period.
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Method Name
(DisplayTextAt)
ResultCode
OPOS_E_FAILURE
ResultCodeExtended
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
ClearText
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INVALIDMODE
Marquee is under execution.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within the timeout period.
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
POSPrinter condition errors
DestroyWindow
Printer is in MICR mode.
*1
OPOS_SUCCESS
OPOS_E_FAILURE
CreateWindow
Meaning
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
0
POSPrinter condition errors
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Printer is in MICR mode.
*1
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EDISP_TOOMANYWIND
OWS
All available windows are in use.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
ViewportRow parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
ViewportColumn parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+3
ViewportHeight parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+4
ViewportWidth parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+5
WindowHeight parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+6
WindowWidth parameter is illegal.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
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Method Name
RefreshWindow
ResultCode
Feb. 2008
ResultCodeExtended
Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INVALIDMODE
Marquee is under execution.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
The window specified in the
Window parameter does not
exist.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within the timeout period.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
POSPrinter condition errors
ScrollText
Printer is in MICR mode.
*1
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INVALIDMODE
Marquee/teletype is under
execution.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
Direction parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
Units parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
POSPrinter condition errors
Printer is in MICR mode.
*1
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Method Name
SetDescriptor
ResultCode
ResultCodeExtended
Feb. 2008
Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
Descriptor parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
Attribute parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
CapDescriptors is False.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within the timeout period.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
POSPrinter condition errors
ClearDescriptors
Printer is in MICR mode.
*1
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIME
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
Device has no descriptor.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
D
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within the timeout period.
OPOS_E_FAILURE
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
POSPrinter condition errors
Printer is in MICR mode.
*1
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
ReadCharacterAtCu
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
rsor
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIME
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
CapReadBack is FALSE.
D
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Method Name
DefineGlyph
ResultCode
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ResultCodeExtended
Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIME
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
CapCustomGlyph is FALSE.
D
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
A character code outside the
range set with CustomGlyphList
is used.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
The Glyph parameter is invalid.
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY
Device is busy.
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
Output result is not returned
within the timeout period.
DisplayBitmap
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
Printer is in MICR mode.
OPOS_EDISP_TOOMANYDEFG
The Glyph character cannot be
LYPH
defined any further.
*1
OPOS_E_FAILURE
POSPrinter condition errors
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIME
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
CapBitmap is FALSE.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
ViewportRow parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
ViewportColumn parameter is
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
D
illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+3
ViewportHeight parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+4
ViewportWidth parameter is illegal.
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Method Name
SetBitmap
ResultCode
Feb. 2008
ResultCodeExtended
Meaning
OPOS_SUCCESS
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLOSED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_NOTCLAIME
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_DISABLED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_CLAIMED
0
Refer to UPOS Specifications.
OPOS_E_ILLEGAL
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
CapBitmap is FALSE.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+1
ViewportRow parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+2
ViewportColumn parameter is
D
illegal.
*1
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+3
ViewportHeight parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+4
ViewportWidth parameter is illegal.
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM+5
WindowHeight parameter is illegal.
The POSPrinter condition errors are as follows:
OPOS_EPTR_COVER_OPEN
OPOS_EPTR_JRN_EMPTY
OPOS_EPTR_REC_EMPTY
OPOS_EPTR_REC_CARTRIDGE_REMOVED
OPOS_EPTR_REC_CARTRIDGE_EMPTY
OPOS_EPTR_REC_HEAD_CLEANING
OPOS_EPTR_LABEL_JAM
OPOS_EPTR_MECHANICAL
OPOS_EPTR_CUTTER
OPOS_EPTR_UNRECOVERABLE
OPOS_EPTR_AUTORECOVERABLE
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6.2 Remedial Actions for Principal Errors
ResultCodeExtended
Remedy
OPOS_EX_DEVBUSY,
If the power to the display is disconnected, it is necessary to once
OPOS_EX_TIMEOUT
apply Close and then invoke Open/Claim/Enable again.
OPOS_EPTR_COVER_OPEN,
Confirm the status of the printer, and then execute the methods and
OPOS_EPTR_JRN(REC)_EMPTY,
properties again.
OPOS_EPTR_CUTTER,
OPOS_EPTR_UNRECOVERABLE,
OPOS_EPTR_MECHANICAL,
OPOS_EPTR_OVERHEAT,
OPOS_EX_MICRMODE
The parameter is not correct for the method to be used. Confirm the
OPOS_EX_BADPARAM + x
parameter range for the method to be used.
After confirming the capability, switch to a program that executes
OPOS_EX_INCAPABLE
the method.
Using "UPOS", recheck the specifications of the methods and
OPOS_EX_BADPROPVAL
properties and setting conditions for the methods and properties as
described in this manual.
OPOS_EDISP_TOOMANYDEFGLY
Define Glyph in the character code by which Glyph has already
PH
been defined. In this case, the old Glyph definition is overwritten.
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Section 7. Warnings
When using the DirectIO method to issue a command, be sure to read the
instructions on the particular command in the product manual.
When adding a device by hydra settings, the port information should be in
accordance with the settings of the parent device.
When the DirectIO method is used to send data to the display, there may be
data within the range from &H80 to &HFF that is not sent correctly.
Accordingly, some data patterns of the downloaded characters cannot be
specified.
When a hydra-connected printer is in the busy state (waiting for insertion of
SLIP paper, or when cover is open, etc.), methods such as DisplayText will
fail. Errors such as ResultCode=OPOS_E_ILLEGAL.
ResultCodeExtedned=Printer error details, etc. will be generated. Teletype
display and Marquee display will not be updated while the printer is in the
busy state.
When using USB port connection, set the printer’s DIP-switch to Display
connection if the printer has a terminal for DM-D connection.
The settable baud rates and code pages differ with the device. Refer to the
respective manuals.
The DM series cannot automatically display period and comma characters
using DirectIO.
Depending on the operating envirionment, there can be a case of missing
data when tranmitting data via serial port. In order to prevent such cases of
missing data, it is recommended to set a smaller value for the FIFO setting
for the serial communication.
(Recommended value: “1”)
If the ReadCharacterAtCursor method is executed when there is no
character information at the cursor position, character code 127 is returned.
The Glyph information defined by the DefineGlyph method disappears and
cannot be displayed when the power supply on the display is turned on or
off.
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The number of Glyph characters that can be defined by the DefineGlyph
method is decided by each model.
Model
Number of characters
DM-D110, DM-D120, DM-D210
95 characters
The error code differs by that timing when the power is turned OFF.
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