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Epson TM-P60 Specifications
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SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION
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CHANGED CONTENTS
Newly enacted.
All pages are revised.
1.11 EMI and Safety Standards Applied
Added 2) Europe.
1.13 Environmental Conditions for Operating
Changed Figure 1.13.1.
1.14 Ways to wear the Printer
Added “2) Shoulder strap.”
Table 3.6.3
Changed “RIDB” to “IEEE802.11b wireless interface communication unit.”
5.2 Options
Added “• Shoulder strap.”
Added Bluetooth interface model.
All pages are revised.
1.6 Paper Specifications
Added 6) Specified roll paper number.
10) Roll paper end treatment
Added ETLB series.
1.10 Electrical Characteristics
2) Battery capacity with full charge
• IEEE802.11b model (Power saving mode: Disabled):
Changed “Approximately 10 hours” to “Approximately 9 hours.”
1.11 EMI and Safety Standards Applied
Added 3) Oceania.
1.12 Reliability
1) Life: Added “Autocutter: 100,000 cuts …”
2.2.4 Compatible types of installed IEEE802.11b wireless cards
Changed Manufacturer, Model name, and Type number.
Added B.2 Cleaning the Autocutter.
APPENDIX H: PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
Added “16) When exchanging the battery, make sure to turn the power off in
advance.
All pages are revised.
General Features
Added Interface type and Character support.
1.2 Character Specifications
Added Japanese model and Multilingual model.
Added List of Multi-byte Code Characters Commands.
ESC R
Changed [Default].
GS ( C
[Notes]: Added “• If the power is turned off ….”
GS ( E
[Notes]: Added “• If the power is turned off …”
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GS ( L
[Notes]: Added “• If the power is turned off …”
GS ( M
[Notes]: Added “• If the power is turned off …”
GS I
[Range]: Added “n=69 [printer information B].”
GS g 0
[Notes]: Added “• If the power is turned off …”
Added 6.4 Commands of Multi-byte Code Characters.
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Added 8. to Cautions.
2.2 IEEE 802.11b Wireless Interface
2.2.2 Print protocol
Changed the description of the table.
Added 1) LP, LPR.
Added 2) Socket Communications.
Moved 2.2.4 Compatible types of installed IEEE 802.11b wireless cards from
Sheet 14.
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Added “1.1 Countries where the TM-P60 can be used.”
Shifted the section numbers 1.1 – 1.20 to 1.2 – 1.21.
3.20 Memory Switches
Added “• Communication conditions of the Bluetooth interface (With the Bluetooth
interface model).”
Added “4) Communication conditions of the Bluetooth interface (With the Bluetooth
interface model).”
6.2 Explanation of Terms
6) Maximum printable area
(In the table) Corrected “80 mm model” to “60 mm model.”
<Function 48> ESC ( A
[Range] Added “fn = 48.”
GS ( C
[Notes] Added “• The number of items registered in the NV user memory must be
50 or fewer to make the boot up time of the printer short enough. The
boot up time of the printer is longer by one second maximum when the
number of items registered is 50.”
<Function 1> GS ( C
[Notes] Added “• The number of items registered in the NV user memory or NV
graphics must be 50 or fewer to make the execution time of this function
short enough. The execution time is 80 seconds or less when the
number of items registered is 50 or fewer.
• The execution time for 50 items is 80 seconds or fewer.
• The execution time for 100 items is 160 seconds or fewer.”
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GS ( L
[Notes] Added “• The number of items registered in the NV user memory or NV
graphics must be 50 or fewer to make the execution time of <Function 67>
GS ( L short enough. The execution time is 80 seconds or less when the
number of items registered is 50 or fewer.
• The execution time for 50 items is 80 seconds or fewer.
• The execution time for 100 items is 160 seconds or fewer.”
Added “APPENDIX H: NOTES ON THE SERIAL CABLE.”
Changed “APPENDIX H: PRECAUTIONS FOR USE” to “APPENDIX I:
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE” and moved from App.14.
Trademarks
Changed “EPSON® and ESC/POS® are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson
Corporation in the United States and other countries. ” to “EPSON and ESC/POS
are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation in Japan and other
countries/regions.”
2.1.3 Interface connector terminal assignments and signal functions
Table 2.1.1 Signal Assignments and Functions, Table 2.1.2 Signal Assignments
and Functions
Pin number 9: Corrected “The cable side is connected with #10 pin.” to
“The cable side is connected with #11 pin and #12 pin.”
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GENERAL FEATURES
1) This specification applies to the TM-P60 printer.
The following models with the combination of the interface type and the character support are
available on the TM-P60.
• Interface type:
(1) IEEE802.11b
(2) Bluetooth
• Character support: (1) ANK model
(2) Japanese model
(3) Multilingual model
NOTE: The multilingual model supports the following characters:
(1) Traditional Chinese
* The IEEE802.11b interface is available with the ANK model or the
Japanese models.
* This specification describes only the outline of the general functions and the model-dependent
functions of the commands. For detailed specifications and usage of the commands, please see
the ESC/POS APG (Application Programming Guide) that is separately issued.
2) Features
The TM-P60 printer has the following features:
• Maximum printing speed of 70 mm/s is possible.
• 58 mm paper width can be used. 60 mm paper width can be used by removing the spacer.
• The belt clip is standard. Horizontal installation is also possible.
• Paper loading is easy by putting in the roll paper.
• The autocutter is standard.
• Has a wireless interface (IEEE802.11b compliance or Bluetooth) and a serial interface.
• Long term use is possible by using the battery.
• The command system complies with ESC/POS.
• OPOS ADK and Windows drivers are available.
• Printing various kinds of barcodes is possible.
• Various formats are possible using the page mode.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Countries where the TM-P60 can be used.......................................................................................... 1
1.2 Print Specifications .............................................................................................................................. 1
1.3 Character Specifications...................................................................................................................... 2
1.4 Autocutter ............................................................................................................................................ 2
1.5 Manual Cutter ...................................................................................................................................... 2
1.6 Roll paper Supply Device .................................................................................................................... 2
1.6 Roll paper Supply Device .................................................................................................................... 3
1.7 Paper Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 3
1.8 Printable Area ...................................................................................................................................... 4
1.9 Printing and Cutting Positions ............................................................................................................. 5
1.10 Internal Buffer .................................................................................................................................... 5
1.11 Electrical Characteristics ................................................................................................................... 6
1.12 EMI and Safety Standards Applied.................................................................................................... 7
1.13 Reliability ........................................................................................................................................... 7
1.14 Environmental Conditions for Operating ........................................................................................... 8
1.15 Ways to wear the Printer ................................................................................................................... 8
1.16 Installation Angle ............................................................................................................................... 9
1.17 Environmental Conditions for Storage............................................................................................... 9
1.18 Vibration Resistance.......................................................................................................................... 9
1.19 Impact Resistance ........................................................................................................................... 10
1.20 Battery Charging.............................................................................................................................. 10
1.21 Acoustic Noise ................................................................................................................................. 10
2. INTERFACE ............................................................................................................................................. 11
2.1 RS-232 Serial Interface ..................................................................................................................... 11
2.1.1 Specifications (RS-232 compliant) ............................................................................................ 11
2.1.2 Serial interface connector ......................................................................................................... 11
2.1.3 Interface connector terminal assignments and signal functions ............................................... 12
2.2 IEEE 802.11b Wireless Interface....................................................................................................... 14
2.2.1 Specifications (IEEE 802.11b compliant) .................................................................................. 14
2.2.2 Print protocol ............................................................................................................................. 14
2.2.3 Setting/monitoring function........................................................................................................ 14
2.2.4 Compatible types of installed IEEE 802.11b wireless cards..................................................... 15
2.3 Bluetooth Wireless Interface.............................................................................................................. 15
2.3.1 Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 15
2.3.2 Notes on using the Bluetooth wireless interface ....................................................................... 15
2.4 Receive Buffer ................................................................................................................................... 15
3. FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................ 16
3.1 List of Commands.............................................................................................................................. 16
3.2 Character Code Tables ..................................................................................................................... 19
3.2.1 Common to all pages (International Character Set: USA) ........................................................ 19
3.2.2 Page 0 [PC437: USA, Standard Europe] .................................................................................. 20
3.2.3 Page 1 [Katakana]..................................................................................................................... 21
3.2.4 Page 2 [PC850: Multilingual]..................................................................................................... 22
3.2.5 Page 3 [PC860: Portuguese] .................................................................................................... 23
3.2.6 Page 4 [PC863: Canadian-French] ........................................................................................... 24
3.2.7 Page 5 [PC865: Nordic]............................................................................................................. 25
3.2.8 Page 16 [WPC1252].................................................................................................................. 26
3.2.9 Page 17 [PC866: Cyrillic #2] ..................................................................................................... 27
3.2.10 Page 18 [PC852: Latin2] ......................................................................................................... 28
3.2.11 Page 19 [PC858: Euro] ........................................................................................................... 29
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3.2.12 Page 255 [User-defined page] .................................................................................................30
3.2.13 International Character Sets ....................................................................................................31
3.3 Print Buffer-full Printing.......................................................................................................................32
3.4 Conditions for BUSY...........................................................................................................................32
3.5 Conditions for Offline ..........................................................................................................................32
3.6 Error Processing .................................................................................................................................33
3.7 Indicators ............................................................................................................................................35
3.8 Switches .............................................................................................................................................38
3.9 DC Connector .....................................................................................................................................39
3.10 Paper Sensor....................................................................................................................................39
3.11 Cover Open Button ...........................................................................................................................39
3.12 Roll paper Cover Open Sensors ......................................................................................................39
3.13 Buzzer...............................................................................................................................................40
3.14 Status Sheet Printing ........................................................................................................................41
3.15 Self-test.............................................................................................................................................41
3.16 Radio Field Intensity Check..............................................................................................................42
3.17 Hexadecimal Dumping .....................................................................................................................42
3.18 Wireless Communication Setting Initializing Mode (IEEE802.11b or Bluetooth) .............................43
3.19 DIP switches .....................................................................................................................................44
3.20 Memory Switches .............................................................................................................................45
3.21 Factory Setting Mode........................................................................................................................46
4. EXTERNAL SPECIFICATION...................................................................................................................48
4.1 External Dimensions and Mass ..........................................................................................................48
4.2 Color ...................................................................................................................................................48
4.3 External Appearance ..........................................................................................................................48
5. OPTIONS AND CONSUMABLES.............................................................................................................49
5.1 Standard Accessories.........................................................................................................................49
5.2 Options ...............................................................................................................................................49
5.3 Consumables......................................................................................................................................49
6. COMMANDS .............................................................................................................................................50
6.1 Command Notation.............................................................................................................................50
6.2 Explanation of Terms..........................................................................................................................50
6.3 Control Commands.............................................................................................................................52
HT........................................................................................................................................................52
LF ........................................................................................................................................................52
FF (In page mode) ............................................................................................................................52
CAN .....................................................................................................................................................52
DLE EOT n ..........................................................................................................................................53
DLE ENQ n..........................................................................................................................................55
DLE DC4 fn a b (fn = 2) ....................................................................................................................55
DLE DC4 fn m (fn = 7) ......................................................................................................................56
DLE DC4 fn d1…d7 (fn = 8) .............................................................................................................57
ESC FF................................................................................................................................................57
ESC SP n ............................................................................................................................................58
ESC $ nL nH........................................................................................................................................58
ESC ( A pL pH fn [parameters]............................................................................................................59
<Function 48> ESC ( A pL pH fn n c t (fn = 48)................................................................................59
ESC − n ...............................................................................................................................................60
ESC 3 n ...............................................................................................................................................60
ESC = n ...............................................................................................................................................60
ESC @.................................................................................................................................................61
ESC D n1...nk NUL .............................................................................................................................61
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ESC E n...............................................................................................................................................61
ESC J n ...............................................................................................................................................62
ESC L ..................................................................................................................................................62
ESC M n ..............................................................................................................................................62
ESC R n...............................................................................................................................................63
ESC S..................................................................................................................................................63
ESC T n ...............................................................................................................................................64
ESC W xL xH yL yH dxL dxH dyL dyH................................................................................................64
ESC \ nL nH.........................................................................................................................................65
ESC a n ...............................................................................................................................................65
ESC c 5 n ............................................................................................................................................65
ESC d n ...............................................................................................................................................66
ESC t n ................................................................................................................................................66
ESC { n ................................................................................................................................................67
GS ! n ..................................................................................................................................................67
GS $ nL nH..........................................................................................................................................68
GS ( C pL pH m fn b [c1 c2] [d1...dk] ..................................................................................................68
<Function 0> GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 (fn = 0, 48).......................................................................69
<Function 1> GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 d1...dk (fn = 1, 49)...........................................................69
<Function 2> GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 (fn = 2, 50).......................................................................70
<Function 3> GS ( C pL pH m fn b (fn = 3, 51) ................................................................................70
<Function 4> GS ( C pL pH m fn b (fn = 4, 52) ................................................................................70
<Function 5> GS ( C pL pH m fn b (fn = 5, 53) ................................................................................71
<Function 6> GS ( C pL pH m fn b d1 d2 d3 (fn = 6, 54) .................................................................71
GS ( D pL pH m [a1 b1]...[ak bk] .........................................................................................................72
GS ( E pL pH fn [parameters]..............................................................................................................73
<Function 1> GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 (fn = 1)....................................................................................74
<Function 2> GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 d3 (fn = 2)...............................................................................74
<Function 3> GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 b18...b11]...[ak bk8...bk1] (fn = 3) ..............................................75
<Function 4> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 4)...........................................................................................76
<Function 5> GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 n1L n1H]...[ak nkL nkH] (fn = 5).................................................76
<Function 6> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 6)...........................................................................................77
<Function 7> GS ( E pL pH fn a d1 d2 (fn = 7).................................................................................78
<Function 9> GS ( E pL pH fn x c1 c2 [y d1...d(x × y) ]k (fn = 9) .....................................................79
<Function 10> GS ( E pL pH fn c1 c2 (fn = 10) ................................................................................79
<Function 11> GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk (fn = 11)...........................................................................80
<Function 12> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 12).......................................................................................81
<Function 13> GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk (fn = 13)...........................................................................81
<Function 14> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 14).......................................................................................82
GS ( H pL pH fn [parameters]..............................................................................................................82
<Function 48> GS ( H pL pH fn m d1 d2 d3 d4 (fn = 48) .................................................................82
GS ( K pL pH fn [parameters]..............................................................................................................83
<Function 48> GS ( K pL pH fn m (fn = 48)......................................................................................83
GS ( L pL pH m fn [parameters] ..........................................................................................................84
<Function 48> GS ( L pL pH m fn (fn = 0, 48) ..................................................................................85
<Function 50> GS ( L pL pH m fn (fn = 2, 50) ..................................................................................85
<Function 51> GS ( L pL pH m fn (fn = 3, 51) ..................................................................................85
<Function 64> GS ( L pL pH m fn d1 d2 (fn = 64) ............................................................................86
<Function 65> GS ( L pL pH m fn d1 d2 d3 (fn = 65).......................................................................86
<Function 66> GS ( L pL pH m fn kc1 kc2 (fn = 66).........................................................................86
<Function 67> GS ( L pL pH m fn a kc1 kc2 b xL xH yL yH [c d1…dk]1…[c d1....dk]b (fn = 67) .......87
<Function 69> GS ( L pL pH m fn kc1 kc2 x y (fn = 69) ...................................................................88
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<Function 112> GS ( L pL pH m fn a bx by c xL xH yL yH d1...dk (fn = 112) ..................................88
GS ( M pL pH fn m...............................................................................................................................89
<Function 1> GS ( M pL pH fn m (fn = 1,49) ....................................................................................90
<Function 2> GS ( M pL pH fn m (fn = 2,50) ....................................................................................90
<Function 3> GS ( M pL pH fn m (fn = 3,51) ....................................................................................91
GS B n .................................................................................................................................................91
GS H n.................................................................................................................................................92
GS I n ..................................................................................................................................................92
GS L nL nH..........................................................................................................................................94
<A> GS V m ........................................................................................................................................94
<B> GS V m n .....................................................................................................................................94
GS W nL nH ........................................................................................................................................95
GS \ nL nH...........................................................................................................................................95
GS a n .................................................................................................................................................96
GS b n .................................................................................................................................................97
GS f n ..................................................................................................................................................98
GS g 0 m nL nH...................................................................................................................................98
GS g 2 m nL nH...................................................................................................................................99
GS h n .................................................................................................................................................99
<A> GS k m d1...dk NUL...................................................................................................................100
<B> GS k m n d1...dn........................................................................................................................100
GS r n ................................................................................................................................................102
GS w n...............................................................................................................................................103
6.4 Commands of Multi-byte Code Characters (for Japanese Model and Traditional Chinese Model).104
FS ! n .................................................................................................................................................104
FS &...................................................................................................................................................104
FS ( A pL pH fn [parameters] ............................................................................................................105
<Function 48> FS ( A pL pH fn m (fn = 48) ....................................................................................105
FS − n ................................................................................................................................................105
FS . ....................................................................................................................................................106
FS 2 c1 c2 d1...dk .............................................................................................................................106
FS C n ...............................................................................................................................................106
FS S n1 n2.........................................................................................................................................107
FS W n...............................................................................................................................................107
APPENDIX A:
APPENDIX B:
APPENDIX C:
APPENDIX D:
APPENDIX E:
APPENDIX F:
APPENDIX G:
APPENDIX H:
APPENDIX I:
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES ....................................................................................... App.1
PRINTER CLEANING................................................................................................ App.4
CODE128 BAR CODE............................................................................................... App.6
NOTES ON UPDATING THE MAINTENANCE COUNTER
AND TURNING THE PRINTER’S POWER OFF..................................................... App.10
NOTES ON USING THE ASB STATUS .................................................................. App.11
NOTES ON USING THE ROLL PAPER SPACER FOR THE 58-MM
PAPER WIDTH ........................................................................................................ App.12
NOTES ON USING THE BELT CLIP ...................................................................... App.13
NOTES ON THE SERIAL CABLE ........................................................................... App.14
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE ...................................................................................... App.15
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1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 Countries and areas where the TM-P60 can be used
Each model of the TM-P60 can only be used in the countries and areas listed below.
Model
Countries
001
Japan
011
USA, Canada
Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, France, Italy,
Greece, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Sweden, UK
Only the products with serial numbers of GDYG003018 onward can be used in the
021
following 9 countries.
Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovenia, Slovak
Republic, Norway
031
Australia, New Zealand
051
Thailand, Malaysia
501
Japan
511
USA, Canada
Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland, France, Italy,
521
Greece, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Sweden, UK, Czech Republic,
Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovenia, Slovak Republic, Norway
531
Australia, New Zealand
541
Hong Kong
551
Thailand, Malaysia
1.2 Print Specifications
1) Print method:
Thermal line printing
2) Dot density:
8 dots/mm × 8 dots/mm (203 dpi × 203 dpi)
[dpi: dots per 25.4 mm {1"}]
3) Feed direction:
Unidirectional forward with friction feed
4) Paper width:
58 mm {2.28"} (default setting) or 60 mm {2.36"}
60 mm {2.36"} paper width can be set by removing the roll paper
spacer installed in the printer.
5) Print width:
52.5 mm {2.07"}, 420 dot positions (when the paper width is 58 mm)
54 mm {2.13"}, 432 dot positions (when the paper width is 60 mm)
6) Number of characters per line:
58 mm {2.28"}
60 mm {2.36"}
7) Print speed:
Font A
35
36
Font B
42
43
Font C
52
54
70 mm/s {2.76"} maximum
(When total number of dots to be printed is 64 dots or less per line)
NOTES: 1. The print speed listed above is the value when the print density is set to 100% with the
battery fully charged at 25°C {77°F}. The print speed may change automatically
depending on the power supply voltage and the condition of the head temperature.
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2. Printing speed may be slower, depending on the data transmission speed and the
combination of control commands.
8) Paper feed speed
70 mm/s {2.76"/s}
9) Line spacing:
3.75 mm {0.15"} (default setting)
(Programmable by control command.)
1.3 Character Specifications
1) Number of characters:
• Japanese model:
Alphanumeric characters:
Extended graphics:
Space page:
International characters:
JIS (JIS X0208-1990): 6879
Special font:
Code System
95
128 × 10 pages
128 × 1 page
48
Number of Characters
JIS Code
Shift JIS Code
87-40 ∼ 87-9D
2D-21 ∼ 2D-7E
Special
845
ED-40 ∼ EE-FC
79-21 ∼ 7C-7E
FA-40 ∼ FC-4E
See “Character Code Table (for Japanese font)” for details.
• Multilingual model: Traditional Chinese (Big 5): 13535
2) Character structure:
Font A (12 × 24)
Font B (10 × 24) (default)
Font C (8 × 16)
3) Character size (character area):
Table 1.2.1
Character Size
W × H (mm)
1.50 × 3.0
Font A
12 × 24
Font B
10 × 24
1.25 × 3.0
Font C
8 × 16
1.0 × 2.0
NOTE: The actual print character may be smaller than the size shown in the table above, because
the above size includes spaces in the font.
1.4 Autocutter
1) Cutting method:
2) Cutting type:
By separated-blade scissor
One point left uncut
1.5 Manual Cutter
The manual cutter is used when the roll paper is loaded. This cutter does not have equal durability in
normal usage.
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1.6 Roll paper Supply Device
1) Supply method:
2) Paper width selection:
Drop-in roll paper
58 mm {2.28"} or 60 mm {2.36"} is selectable with or without the roll
paper spacer. The spacer setting is the default setting.
NOTES: 1. Be sure to set the paper width with the memory switch to adjust printing to the print
width.
2. Never change the paper width from 58 mm {2.28"} to 60 mm {2.36"} once you have
set the paper width to narrow.
1.7 Paper Specifications
1) Paper type:
Specified thermal paper
2) Paper thickness:
50 μm to 80 μm
3) Paper width:
58 mm paper width model: 57.5 ± 0.5 mm {2.26 ± 0.02"}
60 mm paper width model: 59.5 ± 0.5 mm {2.34 ± 0.02"}
4) Form:
Roll paper
5) Roll paper size:
Roll diameter:
Roll paper width:
Maximum 51 mm {2.01"}
For 58 mm: 58 mm +0/–1.0 mm
For 60 mm: 60 mm +0/–1.0 mm
6) Specified roll paper number
Paper type
Continuous label
paper
--
Paper width (width of the liner)
58 mm
60 mm
ETLB060050000
Remarks
7) Specified original paper type no.:
The following original paper can be used for receipts:
TF50KS-E (paper thickness: 65 μm)
(NIPPON Paper Industries Co.,Ltd.)
• U.S.A.:
P350 (paper thickness: 62 μm)
Kanzaki Specialty Paper (USA)
P310 (paper thickness: 58 μm)
Kanzaki Specialty Paper (USA)
P300 (paper thickness: 56 μm)
Kanzaki Specialty Paper (USA)
8) Roll paper spool outside diameter
18 mm {0.71"} or more
NOTE: Paper must not be pasted to the roll paper spool.
9) Arrangement of the roll paper end
A red line that indicates the paper end (its length is decided by users) is
recommended to be preprinted on the end of the roll paper.
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10) Roll paper end treatment
For best print quality and reliability, select the proper print density for the
paper type used. See the table below. Print density can be set with a
memory switch.
Roll paper No.
ETLB series
Original Paper No.
P350
Density Level
90%
P300, P310
95%
TF50KS-E
100%
--
130%
1.8 Printable Area
1) Thermal paper
Example:
[58 mm paper width model]
[60 mm paper width model]
57.5 ± 0.5 mm
59.5 ± 0.5 mm
0.125 mm
0.125 mm
#420
#432
2.2 mm
2.75 mm
52.5 mm (dot#1∼#420)
2.75 mm
2.75 mm
54 mm (dot#1∼#432)
Figure 1.7.1
Printable Area (for Thermal Paper)
Table 1.7.1
Paper Width and Printable Area
Paper width (mm)
58
60
Printable area (mm)
52.5
54
Left margin (mm)
2.75
2.75
Right margin (mm)
2.2
2.75
Positioning dot umber
1 ∼ 420
1 ∼ 432
Total number of dots
420
432
Font A
35
36
Font B
42
43
Font C
52
54
(Numeric values used here are average values for designing. Only the paper width dimension is
exact. The values in parentheses are the maximum value for the paper tolerance.)
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1.9 Printing and Cutting Positions
Emergency cutter position
Approximately
10.9 mm
Approximately
6.4 mm
Autocutter blade position
Paper feed direction
Center of the print dotline
Figure 1.8.1
Printing and Cutting Positions
NOTE: Numeric values used here are typical values; the values may vary slightly as a result of paper
slack or variations in the paper. Take this into account when setting the cutting position of
the autocutter.
Paper feeding (approx. 1 mm) is performed automatically before printing for the first time
after autocutting in order to prevent character deformation. Because of that, be aware that
there is approximately 1 mm space added to the 7 mm after the autocutting point when
continuous printing is performed.
1.10 Internal Buffer
1) Receive buffer:
2) NV area:
128 bytes
384 KB
The NV area is the memory area both for the NV graphics and the
NV user memory.
3) Page mode area:
Approximately 63 KB
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1.11 Electrical Characteristics
1) Power supply
(1) AC adapter
PS-10 (option)
Rated voltage: 12 VDC
Input voltage: 100 VAC to 240 VAC
(2) Battery
Lithium-ion battery LIP-2500 (packaged and option)
Output:
7.4 VDC
Capacity:
2200 mAh
Do not unplug or plug in the AC adapter (PS-10) during printing.
2) Battery capacity with full charge
• IEEE802.11b model (Power saving mode: Disabled): Approximately 9 hours
• IEEE802.11b model (Power saving mode: Enabled): Approximately 12 hours
• Bluetooth model:
Approximately 20 hours
Epson has confirmed that the battery can work for approximately 10 hours under the following test
conditions:
(1) Battery:
Brand - new
(2) Charging state:
Charged fully
(3) Saving mode of IEEE 802.11b wireless interface: disabled
(4) Print pattern:
ANK 42 columns × 20 lines printing + 6 lines feeding + autocutting
(5) Interval of printing: Once per 2.5 minutes
(6) Environment:
Room temperature
(7) Print density:
100%
(8) Access point:
Symbol 4131 (only for IEEE802.11b)
y The battery working time as mentioned above differs depending on the environmental
conditions.
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1.12 EMI and Safety Standards Applied
1) North America
EMI: FCC/ICES-003 Class B
Safety standards: UL60950/CSA C22.2 No. 60950
UL’s Conditions of Acceptability
1. The Investigated Pollution Degree is 2.
2. This Unit is Intended to be supplied by LPS only.
2) Europe
CE marking
Directive: 1999/5/EC
EN300 328-2
EN60950
EN301 489-1
EN301 489-17
EN55022 Class B
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
EN55024
IEC61000-4-2
IEC61000-4-3
IEC61000-4-4
IEC61000-4-5
IEC61000-4-6
IEC61000-4-11
Safety Standard: EN60950
3) Oceania
AS/NZS 4771 (EN300328)
AS/NZS CISPR22 Class B
1.13 Reliability
1) Life:
Printer mechanism (including the thermal head life)
Line printed:
10,000,000 lines printed (3.75 mm {0.15"} for one line)
(When the value above is calculated, the printer uses 26-line feeding
and 20-line printing repeatedly with a 80 μm paper thickness. The
value above corresponds to approximately 50 km {31.08 miles} of
running length.)
Thermal head (for one element):
100 million pulses
500,000 cuts (when the paper thickness is less than 50 to 80 μm)
100,000 cuts (when a continuous label is issued. 200,000 cuts with
autocutter cleaning)
Autocutter:
NOTE: End of life is defined as the point at which the component reaches the beginning of the
wearout period.
2) MTBF:
120,000 hours
(Failure is defined as a random failure occurring during the random
failure period.)
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3) MCBF:
16,000,000 lines printed
(This is an average failure interval based on failures relating to
wearout and random failures up to the life of 10,000,000 lines printed.)
1.14 Environmental Conditions for Operating
1) Operating:
<Power supply: Battery>
Temperature: 0 to 50°C {32 to 122°F} (except for print quality)
Humidity:
10 to 90% RH (except for paper)
<Power supply: AC adapter>
Temperature: 0 to 45°C {32 to 113°F} (except for print quality)
Humidity:
10 to 90% RH (except for paper)
NOTE: The temperature above applies only if power management is enabled.
When power management is disabled, the highest temperature is 40°C.
2) Print quality to be guaranteed:
Temperature: 5 to 45°C {41 to 113°F}
Humidity:
10 to 90% RH
[%RH]
90
34°C, 90%
80
Relative Humidity
40°C, 65%
60
45°C, 50%
40
50°C, 35%
20
10
: Print quality is guaranteed
0
10
20
30
40
50
Environmental temperature [°C]
Figure 1.13.1
+
: Operating is guaranteed
Temperature and Humidity Range for Operating to be Guaranteed
3) Battery charging:
Temperature: 0 to 40°C {32 to 104°F}
Humidity:
10 to 90% RH
1.15 Ways to wear the Printer
1) Belt clip
2) Shoulder strap (option)
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1.16 Installation Angle
1) Vertical placement (The roll paper side is down.)
2) Horizontal placement (The printer is assumed to be placed on a table.)
1.17 Environmental Conditions for Storage
1) Storage at high temperatures and high humidity:
Temperature:
50°C {122°F}
Humidity:
90% RH
Total time:
120 hours
EPSON has confirmed that no unexpected conditions will occur in operation of the mechanism at
25°C {77°F}, 60% RH after being left for two hours past storage in the above conditions.
2) Storage at high temperatures:
Temperature:
70°C {158°F}
Total time:
120 hours
EPSON has confirmed that no unexpected conditions will occur in operation of the mechanism at
25°C {77°F}, 60% RH after being left for two hours past storage in the above conditions.
3) Storage at low temperatures:
Temperature:
-25°C {-13°F}
Total time:
120 hours
EPSON has confirmed that no unexpected conditions will occur in operation of the mechanism at
25°C {77°F}, 60% RH after being left for two hours past storage in the above conditions.
1.18 Vibration Resistance
1) When packed:
Frequency:
5 to 55 Hz
Acceleration:
Approximately 19.6 m/s2 {2 G}
Sweep:
10 minutes (half cycle)
Duration:
1 hour
Directions:
x, y, and z
EPSON has confirmed that no external or internal damage should be found after the vibration test,
and the unit should operate normally.
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1.19 Impact Resistance
1) Drop test when unpacked
Height:
Type of floor:
Directions:
Times dropped:
EPSON has confirmed that no
when the printer is not printing.
120 cm {3.94’}
Concrete
6 surfaces, 6 edges, and 2 corners
One time for each direction
external or internal damage should be found after the drop test
2) Drop test when packed
Package type:
Epson standard packing
Height:
60 cm {1.97’}
Directions:
1 corner, 3 edges, and 6 surfaces
EPSON has confirmed that the unit should operate normally after the drop test.
1.20 Battery Charging
1) Environmental conditions
0 to 40°C {32 to 104°F}
2) Charging method and period
The battery can be charged by the printer itself or the rapid battery charger OT-CH60 (option).
(1) Charging by the printer itself
The battery is charged through the battery charging circuit inside the printer when the AC
adaptor PS-10 is connected to the printer.
The battery is charged only when the printer’s power is off.
Charging period: Approximately 4 hours (new battery, room temperature)
Charging period is the period that becomes charged fully from the level L of the battery
remaining state.
(2) Charging by the rapid battery charger
The battery is charged by the rapid battery charger OT-CH60 (option) when the battery is
inserted into this battery charger.
Charging period: Approximately 2.5 hours (new battery, room temperature)
Charging period is the period that becomes charged fully from the level L of the battery
remaining state.
1.21 Acoustic Noise
Operating: Approximately 53 dB (ANSI bystander position)
NOTE: The value as shown above is measured when the EPSON evaluation printing pattern is
used. This value may be different, depending on the paper to be printed, the print duty, or
the print conditions, such as the print speed or the print density.
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2. INTERFACE
The printer has 2 interfaces, the serial interface and the wireless interface.
The wireless interface supports either of two-types – IEEE802.11b or Bluetooth.
When the printer is connected with the RS-232 serial cable and the power is turned on, communication
by the RS-232 serial interface is enabled, and communication by the wireless interface is disabled at
that time.
When the printer is not connected with the RS-232 serial cable and the power is turned on,
communication by the wireless interface is enabled, and communication by the RS-232 serial interface
is disabled.
2.1 RS-232 Serial Interface
2.1.1 Specifications (RS-232 compliant)
Data transmission:
Serial
Synchronization:
Asynchronous (asynchronous)
Handshaking:
DTR/DSR or RTS/CTS control
Selectable with DIP SW
Signal levels:
MARK = -3 to -15 V:
Logic "1"/ OFF
SPACE = +3 to +15 V:
Logic "0"/ ON
Communication speed:
9600, 19200, 38400 bps
(bps: bits per second)
Data word lengths:
8 bits
Parity settings:
None, even, odd
Stop bits:
1 bit or more
NOTES: 1. The communication speed and parity depend on the memory switch settings.
2. The stop bit of transmission data from the printer side is fixed to 1.
2.1.2 Serial interface connector
Printer side:
RL01-R12P-E1000 (JAE)
Use specified RS-232 cable (type: OT-RS60).
Serial interface
connector
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2.1.3 Interface connector terminal assignments and signal functions
The signals of the connector #4 and #7 change with DIP SW selection.
(1) When DTR/DSR control is selected
Signal
name
FG
RXD
TXD
DTR
Table 2.1.1
Signal
direction
—
Input
Output
Output
5
6
CTS
DSR
Input
Input
7
8
9
RTS
NC
CIFC
Output
—
Input
10
11
12
SG
SG
SG
—
—
—
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
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Frame ground
Receive data
Transmit data
This signal indicates whether the printer is busy. SPACE
indicates that the printer is ready to receive data, and MARK
indicates that the printer is busy.
Not used.
This signal indicates whether the host computer can receive data.
SPACE indicates that the host computer can receive data, and
MARK indicates that the host computer cannot receive data.
Same as #4 signal
Not used.
Connection or disconnection of RS-232 cable with the printer is
confirmed.
The cable side is connected with #11 pin and #12 pin.
Signal ground
Signal ground
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(2) When RTS/CTS control is selected
Signal
name
FG
RXD
TXD
DTR
CTS
Table 2.1.2
Signal
direction
—
Input
Output
Output
Input
6
7
DSR
RTS
Input
Output
8
9
NC
CIFC
—
Input
10
11
12
SG
SG
SG
—
—
—
Pin
number
1
2
3
4
5
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Receive data
Transmit data
Same as #7 signal
This signal indicates whether the host computer can receive data.
SPACE indicates that the host computer can receive data, and
MARK indicates that the host computer cannot receive data.
Not used.
This signal indicates whether the printer is busy. SPACE
indicates that the printer is ready to receive data, and MARK
indicates that the printer is busy.
Not used.
Connection or disconnection of RS-232 cable with the printer is
confirmed.
The cable side is connected with #11 pin and #12 pin.
Signal ground
Signal ground
Signal ground
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2.2 IEEE 802.11b Wireless Interface
2.2.1 Specifications (IEEE 802.11b compliant)
• IEEE 802.11b (2.4 GHz zone) compliant wireless LAN communication is supported.
• Infrastructure mode and 802.11 Ad-hoc mode are supported.
• Communication speed can be fixed or automatically changed to 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, or
1Mbps.
• 64 bit/128 bit WEP (encryption) compliant. 4 types of WEP key are selectable.
• Energy-saving mode is selectable.
• Automatic allocation function (DHCP, APIPA)
NOTE: The wireless communication may not be connected depending on the combination with the
access point. To select the access point, see the technical reference guide for details.
2.2.2 Print protocol
Print job is output via following protocols to the printer.
Protocol
Application
LP, LPR
Transfers printing data.
TCP Socket Port
Transfers printing data and printer status by direct socket
communications (bi-directional).
1) LP, LPR
• Maximum Simultaneous Connections: 3
• Number of connections that can print: 1 (Other users are kept waiting until this printing is
completed.)
• Time Out:
5 minutes
• Job deletion:
not supported
• Banner printing:
not supported
2) Socket Communications
• Port type:
• Port number:
• Port communication direction:
• Maximum Simultaneous Connections:
• Number of connections that can print:
• Time Out:
TCP comm. port for direct printing
9100
bi-directional
3
1 (Other users are kept waiting until this printing is
completed.)
5 minutes
2.2.3 Setting/monitoring function
• Setting of wireless and network parameters using WWW browsers and display of operating states
• Setting of wireless and network parameters using the dedicated utility, and display of operating
states
• Automatic IP address acquisition function (DHCP, APIPA) is supported.
• IP address setting with arp + ping
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2.2.4 Compatible types of installed IEEE 802.11b wireless cards
Manufacturer:
TOYOTA INDUSTRIES CORPORATION
Model name:
WIRELESS LAN CF-CARD
Type number:
6180210
2.3 Bluetooth Wireless Interface
2.3.1 Specifications
• Bluetooth Specification Version 1.1 compliant
• Serial Port Profile (SPP) is supported.
• Bluetooth Power Class 2
• An antenna is built-in.
• Passkey can be set.
• A device name can be set.
2.3.2 Notes on using the Bluetooth wireless interface
• About time to start printing
If the host and the printer are connected on a case-by-case basis (not connected on a
continuous basis), it may take same time after the host indicates printing before printing starts.
This is caused by that the connection process time is necessary between the host and the
printer.
This time differs depending on the environmental conditions.
• About timing to shut the connection off
Even when the host completes data sending to the printer, the print data may remain in the print
buffer of the printer. If the connection between the host and the printer is disconnected, the
data in the print buffer may be discarded.
Therefore, when the printing is executed or the wireless connection is disconnected, be sure to
confirm whether the sending data has been printed completely, by checking the status or other
method.
2.4 Receive Buffer
128 bytes
• The receive buffer-full state refers to the period from when the remaining space becomes 68 bytes
to when it increases to 109 bytes.
• The printer ignores the data received when the remaining space in the receive buffer is 0 bytes.
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3.1 List of Commands
Command
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HT
Horizontal tab
LF
Print and line feed
FF
Print and return to standard mode (in page mode)
CAN
Cancel print data in page mode
DLE EOT
Transmit real-time status
DLE ENQ
Send real-time request to printer
DLE DC4
Execute power-off sequence (fn = 2)
Transmit specified status in real-time (fn = 7)
Clear buffer(s) (fn = 8)
ESC FF
Print data in page mode
ESC SP
Set right-side character spacing
ESC $
Set absolute print position
ESC ( A
Control beeper tones
<Function 48> Beeps the buzzer.
ESC −
Turn underline mode on/off
ESC 3
Set line spacing
ESC =
Select peripheral device
ESC @
Initialize printer
ESC D
Set horizontal tab positions
ESC E
Turn emphasized mode on/off
ESC J
Print and feed paper
ESC L
Select page mode
ESC M
Select character font
ESC R
Select an international character set
ESC S
Select standard mode
ESC T
Select print direction in page mode
ESC W
Set print area in page mode
ESC \
Set relative print position
ESC a
Select justification
ESC c 5
Enable/disable panel buttons
ESC d
Print and feed n lines
ESC t
Select character code table
ESC {
Turn upside-down print mode on/off
GS !
Select character size
GS $
Set absolute vertical print position in page mode
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Edit NV user memory
<Function 0>
<Function 1>
<Function 2>
<Function 3>
<Function 4>
<Function 5>
<Function 6>
Delete the specified record.
Store the data in the specified record.
Transmit the data in the specified record.
Transmit capacity of the NV user memory currently being used.
Transmit the remaining capacity of the NV user memory.
Transmit the key code list.
Delete all data in the NV user memory.
GS ( D
Enable/disable real-time command
GS ( E
Set user setup commands
<Function 1> Change into the user setting mode.
<Function 2> End the user setting mode session.
<Function 3> Change the settings of the memory switch.
<Function 4> Transmit the settings of the memory switch.
<Function 5> Set the customized setting values.
<Function 6> Transmit the customized setting values.
<Function 7> Copy the user-defined page.
<Function 9> Define the data (raster format) for the character code page.
<Function 10> Delete the data for the character code page.
<Function 11> Set the configuration item for the serial interface.
<Function 12> Transmit the configuration item for the serial interface.
<Function 13> Set the configuration item for the Bluetooth interface.
<Function 14> Transmit the configuration item for the Bluetooth interface.
GS ( H
Request transmission of response
<Function 48> Set the process ID response.
GS ( K
Select print control method(s)
<Function 48> Select the print control mode.
GS ( L
Set graphics data
<Function 48> Transmit the NV graphics memory capacity.
<Function 50> Print the graphics data in the print buffer.
<Function 51> Transmit the remaining capacity of the NV graphics memory.
<Function 64> Transmit the key code list for defined NV graphics.
<Function 65> Delete all NV graphics data.
<Function 66> Delete the specified NV graphics data.
<Function 67> Define the NV graphics data (raster format).
<Function 69> Print the specified NV graphics data.
<Function 112> Store the graphics data in the print buffer (raster format).
GS ( M
Customize printer control value(s)
<Function 1> Save the setting values from the work area into the storage area.
<Function 2> Load the setting values stored in the storage area to the work area.
<Function 3> Select the setting values loaded to the work area after the initialization
process.
GS B
Turn white/black reverse print mode on/off
GS H
Select print position of HRI characters
GS I
Transmit printer ID
GS L
Set left margin
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Select cut mode and cut paper
GS W
Set print area width
GS \
Set relative vertical print position in page mode
GS a
Enable/disable Automatic Status Back (ASB)
GS b
Turn smoothing mode on/off
GS f
Select font for HRI characters
GS g 0
Initialize maintenance counter
GS g 2
Transmit maintenance counter
GS h
Set bar code height
GS k
Print bar code
GS r
Transmit status
GS w
Set bar code width
List of Multi-byte Code Characters Commands (for Japanese model and Traditional Chinese model)
Command
Name
FS !
Select print mode(s) for Kanji characters
FS &
Select Kanji character mode
FS ( A
Select Kanji character style(s)
FS −
Turn underline mode on / off for Kanji characters
FS .
Cancel Kanji character mode
FS 2
Define user-defined Kanji characters
FS C
Select Kanji character code system
FS S
Set Kanji character spacing
FS W
Turn quadruple-size mode on / off for Kanji characters
<Function 48> Select Kanji character font.
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3.3 Print Buffer-full Printing
1) In standard mode
When subsequent data is received after the printer processes one line of data in the print buffer,
the printer prints the processed line and automatically feeds the paper one line.
2) In page mode
When subsequent data is received after the printer processes one line of data in the print buffer,
the printer prints the processed line and automatically sets the print starting position to the next
line.
3.4 Conditions for BUSY
When the printer becomes BUSY, the causes may be any the following conditions:
• During the period from when the power is turned on to when operation mode becomes definite
and the printer is ready to receive data.
• When the receive buffer becomes full.
• During the power-off sequence.
• During autocutting.
• When the receiving method switches between usual receiving and receiving by DMA transfer
(when a graphic command is used).
3.5 Conditions for Offline
When the printer goes offline, the causes may be any of the following:
• During the period from when the power is turned on to when operation mode becomes definite
and the printer is ready to receive data.
• During manual feeding.
• When the roll paper cover is open.
• When the roll paper has ended.
• When an error has occurred (unrecoverable, recoverable, automatically recoverable).
• During the power-off sequence.
• When using battery power and level S remaining battery charge is detected (battery is low).
See 3.8 (3) for more information about remaining battery power.
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3.6 Error Processing
1) Errors that recover automatically
Table 3.6.1
Error
High
temperature
error
Automatically Recoverable Errors
ERROR LED Flashing Pattern
Description
Recovery Conditions
Approximately 320 ms
Recovers automatically
when the inner
temperature of the printer
cools.
The inner
temperature of the
printer is extremely
high.
NOTE: When printing patterns whose print duty is heavy continuously, or when printing patterns
whose print duty is heavy when the temperature is high, the print head gets too hot and an
error occurs. However, this is not abnormal.
2) Errors that can be recovered
Table 3.6.2
Error
Autocutter
error
Errors That Can Possibly Recover
ERROR LED Flashing Pattern
Description
Recovery Conditions
Approximately 320 ms
The autocutter does
not work correctly.
Recovers by sending
DLE ENQ 2
3) Unrecoverable errors
Table 3.6.3
Error
Unrecoverable Errors
Description
Software error
The software is unstable.
Memory error
Access error of RAM and
ROM.
ERROR LED Flashing Pattern
Recovery
Conditions
Approximately 320 ms
Impossible to
recover.
Impossible to
recover.
Approxim ately 5,120 m s
Voltage error
The power supply voltage is
extremely high or low.
Impossible to
recover
Circuit
connection error
Drive circuits are abnormal.
Impossible to
recover
Wireless
communication
unit error
Wireless interface
communication unit is
abnormal.
Overload error
Impossible to
recover
Temperature of thermal
head is abnormally high.
Temperature of
IEEE802.11b wireless
interface communication
unit is abnormally high.
Impossible to
recover
NOTE: When any error shown above occurs, turn off the power as soon as possible.
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4) Battery charging error
The ERROR LED lights up when an error is detected during battery charging.
Table 3.6.4
Error
Battery
charging error
Battery Charging Error
Description
Recovery
Conditions
ERROR LED Flashing Pattern
(1) Battery voltage does
not reach the
prescribed voltage.
(2) Battery charging is
not performed.
Replace the battery.
NOTE: The signal above is available only when the POWER LED is off.
5) Operation when an error is detected
The printer processes are as follows when an error is detected.
• All operations of the mechanical parts and the detectors are stopped.
• The ERROR LED flashes.
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3.7 Indicators
The printer panel has the following LED indicators:
The panel has three LED indicators: the POWER LED (Green), ERROR LED (Red), and BATTERY
LED (Red). It indicates the printer state by the combination.
1) Power (POWER) LED: Green
On:
Power is ON.
Off:
Power is OFF.
Flashing:
During the power-off sequence or when out of wireless communication range.
<Flashing pattern>
During power-off sequence: flashing
160 ms
Out of wireless communication range
320 ms
2) Error (ERROR) LED: Red
(1) Power is ON.
On:
Offline
• Paper-end.
• During initializing when the power is turned on.
• Roll paper cover open.
• When the power is a using battery and the remaining battery is level S.
• During the power-off sequence.
NOTE: The ERROR LED is off during paper feeding using paper FEED button.
Flashing:
Error (See Section 3.6, “Error processing.”)
Off:
Online
(2) Power is OFF (with AC adapter and a battery).
Off:
Battery is being charged. (BATTERY LED is on.)
On:
An error occurred during battery charging.
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3) BATTERY LED: Red
(1) Indication of the remaining battery charge
Table 3.7.1
Name
Level H
(high)
Indication of the Remaining Battery Charge
Description
Response
The remaining battery charge is
Continually usable.
between 100% and approximately
50% when the amount of difference
between the full battery and level L is
100%.
Level M
(medium)
The remaining battery charge is
between approximately 50% and
level L when the amount of difference
between the full battery and level L is
100%.
Continually usable.
Level L
(low)
The battery needs to be replaced
because the remaining battery
charge is low.
Replace the battery.
Or use the AC adapter.
Or charge the battery.
Level S
(save)
The printer does not operate
because the remaining battery
charge is too low.
Replace the battery.
Or use the AC adapter.
Or charge the battery
Level H
Approx.50
0%
Level
L
Level M
Level
S
Approx.0%
Battery usable capacity
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(2) The remaining battery charge and the BATTERY LED indication
Table 3.7.2 BATTERY LED Indication
Battery
AC adapter
BATTERY LED
Power is ON.
Installed
Not
installed
Power is OFF.
(*2)
Installed
Not
installed
Installed
On all the time.
Not
installed
Off:
Remaining battery charge is level H.
Flashing: Remaining battery charge is level M.
(*1)
On:
Remaining battery charge is level L.
Installed
Off.
Not
installed
N/A.
Installed
On:
Off:
Not
installed
Off all the time.
Installed
Off all the time.
Not
installed
N/A.
Battery is being charged.
Battery is full-charged.
NOTES: *1. The LED flashing pattern in level M is as follows:
1s
4s
Repeated
*2. Even if the BATTERY LED is on when the power is off, the battery is not charged if the
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3.8 Switches
1) POWER button (non-rocking push button)
(1) The POWER button located on the left of the upper side of the printer turns the power on or off.
(2) Press down the POWER button for approximately 0.5 seconds to turn the power on.
(3) Press down the POWER button for longer than 2 seconds to turn the power off.
2) Paper FEED button (non-rocking push button)
Function: • The printer feeds paper based on the line spacing set by ESC 3.
• If you press this button once and release it, the printer feeds paper one line. If you
hold down the button for longer than approximately 300 ms, the printer feeds paper
continuously as long as you hold down the button.
• If you press this button when the cover is open, the printer prints a status sheet. (See to
3.13.)
NOTE: This button is enabled/disabled by ESC c 5.
POWER button
Paper FEED button
Figure 3.8.1
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3.9 DC Connector
DC connector
3.10 Paper Sensor
The paper sensor is located in the paper path and detects the paper presence. The paper sensor
monitors the white level of the printed face of the roll paper with a reflecting photo sensor.
3.11 Cover Open Button
If you push this button, the roll paper cover opens.
NOTES: 1. Be sure to push this button when you open the roll paper cover.
2. Do not open the roll paper cover during printing.
3. Do not push the roll paper cover open button during autocutting because if you open the
roll paper cover during autocutting, it may cause mechanical damage.
3.12 Roll paper Cover Open Sensors
The sensor detects opening/closing of the roll paper cover.
When the roll paper cover is opened, the printer goes offline. If you close the roll paper cover, the
printer recovers.
NOTE: The paper-end state is maintained as just before a cover open, because the sensor does not
detect paper-end during roll paper cover open.
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3.13 Buzzer
A buzzer is built into the printer and sounds under the following conditions:
• Sounds by commands (commands “Buzzer control [ESC ( A)]”)
• Sounds autonomously
1) Priorities
Priority
1
Sounds by commands
2
Operation sound
Autonomously
3
Warning
Autonomously
4
Processing
Autonomously
Background of sounds
Sounds
2) Autonomous sounds
Reason for
sounds
Operation
control
• Printing of status sheet
• Execution operation of
Stop with
memory
switch
1 time
Impossible
5 times
Possible
Till print
data
arrives.
Impossible
100 ms on, 100 ms off
radio field intensity check
Warning
Number of
sounds
• Remaining battery
charge is lower than “L.”
• Remaining battery
1000 ms on, 1000 ms off
charge is lower than “S.”
• Host is disconnected.
• Paper is ended.
• An error occurred.
Processing
While processing radio
field intensity check
(4 seconds have passed
after the paper FEED
button was pressed).
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3.14 Status Sheet Printing
Prints an operation status sheet for the IEEE 802.11b wireless interface by following the steps below.
(1) Open the roll paper cover.
(2) Press down the paper FEED button until the printer beeps (about for 2 seconds).
(3) Close the roll paper cover.
(4) The printer prints the operation status sheet for the IEEE 802.11b wireless interface.
The status sheet is printed with the font style that is currently selected.
3.15 Self-test
1) Operations to start the self-test:
(1) Close the roll paper cover and turn the power on while pressing the paper FEED button.
(2) Continue holding down the paper FEED button until the ERROR LED comes on.
(3) The current printer status is printed.
(4) The buzzer sounds.
2) Printing the printer settings
The following is printed.
• Control ROM version.
• Serial interface settings.
• IEEE 802.11b wireless interface settings.
• Memory switch settings.
• DIP switch settings.
After the printer prints the message "If you want to continue SELF-TEST printing, please press
FEED button." for the last line, the POWER LED flashes and the printer enters the test printing
standby state.
3) Starting test print
Press the paper FEED button after the printer settings are printed; then the test print starts.
4) Test print
The following is printed.
• Rolling print of the built-in character set.
• The printer prints "∗∗∗ completed ∗∗∗" and ends the self-test.
• The printer autocuts paper.
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3.16 Radio Field Intensity Check
1) Function
This function prints information about 802.11b I/F wireless communication intensity.
2) Starting radio field intensity check
(1) Open the roll paper cover and turn the power on while pressing the paper FEED button.
(2) Press down the paper FEED button twice.
(3) Close the roll paper cover.
Follow the instructions that are printed out.
NOTE: The radio field intensity check can be performed only in the infrastructure mode.
mode, “This feature is not supported in Ad-hoc mode” is printed.
In Ad-hoc
3) Ending radio field intensity check
(1) Press down the power switch to turn the power off.
3.17 Hexadecimal Dumping
1) Hexadecimal dumping function
This function prints the data transmitted from the host computer in hexadecimal numbers and their
corresponding characters.
2) Starting hexadecimal dumping
Open the roll paper cover and turn the power on while pressing the paper FEED button.
3) Hexadecimal dumping operation
After printing "Hexadecimal Dump
To terminate..." on the roll paper, the printer prints the
received print data in hexadecimal numbers and their corresponding characters.
NOTES: 1. If a character does not correspond to the data received, the printer prints "."
2. During hexadecimal dumping, any commands other than DLE EOT, DLE ENQ, and DLE
DC4 do not function.
3. Insufficient print data to fill one line can be printed by pressing the paper FEED button.
<Printing example>
Hexadecimal Dump
To terminate hexadecimal dump,
press FEED button three times.
1B 21 00 1B 26 02 40 40 1B 69
1B 25 01 1B 63 34 00 1B 30 31
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A
. ! . . & . @@ . i
.%. . c 4 . . 01
A B CD E FGH I J
*** completed ***
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4) Ending hexadecimal dumping
Any of the following operations end hexadecimal dumping
• Press the POWER button and turn the power off.
• Press the paper FEED button three times. → The software is reset and reboots.
3.18 Wireless Communication Setting Initializing Mode (IEEE802.11b or Bluetooth)
Wireless communication settings can be initialized by the following operations.
(1) Open the roll paper cover.
(2) Turn the power on while pressing down the paper FEED button.
(3) Press the paper FEED button 6 times.
(4) Close the roll paper cover.
At this time, the title “Wireless Module setup”, the wireless communication setting contents that is
currently set, and the instruction procedure are printed.
(5) Open the roll paper cover.
(6) Press the paper FEED button once.
(7) Close the roll paper cover.
The printer prints “1: Initialize”, then starts the initialization.
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3.19 DIP switches
The combination of DSW1-2, DSW1-3, and DSW1-4, which are on the DIP switch bank on the
inner left of the roll paper holder, where serial I/F is installed, switches the RS-232 serial interface
signal line data.
DIP switch
Figure 3.19.1
Table 3.19.1
DIP Switches
DIP Switch Settings
DSW1-2
DSW1-3
DSW1-4
DTR/DSR control
ON
OFF
ON
RTS/CTS control
OFF
ON
OFF
• Any combinations other than above must not be used.
• DSW1-1 is fixed to OFF.
• DTR/DSR control is selected as the default.
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3.20 Memory Switches
Memory switches can define the following:
• Memory switch: Msw8 (See table below)
• Customized values (See table below)
• Communication conditions of the serial interface
• Communication conditions of the Bluetooth interface (With the Bluetooth interface model)
Memory switches can be set and cleared using GS ( E command.
1) Memory switch
Table 3.20.1
Memory Switch Msw8
Switch
number
Msw8-1
Transmission of status information
Value
48 (OFF)
49 (ON)
Does not transmit Transmits
Msw8-2
Buzzer sounds for low battery warning
Does not sound
Sounds
Msw8-3
Buzzer sounds for host disconnection warning
Does not sound
Sounds
Msw8-4
Buzzer sounds for roll paper end warning
Does not sound
Sounds
Msw8-5
Buzzer sounds for error occurrence warning
Does not sound
Sounds
Msw8-6
Reserved
---
---
Msw8-7
Reserved
---
---
Msw8-8
Reserved
---
---
Function
2) Customized value
Function
Paper width
Selection
58 mm or 60 mm {2.28" or 2.36"}
Automatic power off time
Automatic power off is disabled or 1 to 60 minutes
Print density
70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, 105%, 110%, 115%,
120%, 125%, 130%
3) Communication conditions for the serial interface
Function
Selection
Communication speed
9600 bps, 19200 bps, 38400 bps
Parity
None, even, odd
4) Communication conditions for the Bluetooth interface (With the Bluetooth interface model)
Function
Selection
Passkey
Arbitary character string (4 to 16 characters)
Device name
Arbitary character string (1 to 64 characters)
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3.21 Factory Setting Mode
• IEEE802.11b model
Classification
Serial interface
communication condition
IEEE802.11b interface
wireless configuration
IEEE802.11b wireless
interface TCP/IP
configuration
Memory switch
Customized value
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Factory setting mode
DTR/DSR
Transmission speed
19200 bps
Parity
None
Network mode
Ad-hoc
SSID
EpsonNetIBSS
Transmission Rate
Auto
RTS Threshold
512
Power Management
Disable
AP density
Low
Authentication Algorithm
Open System
Encryption
Disable
Encryption Key
Key1
Get IP Address
Manual
APIPA
Disable
Set using PING
Enable
IP Address
192.168.192.168
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
Default Gateway
0.0.0.0
Transmission of status information
Enable
Buzzer sounds for low battery warning
Enable
Buzzer sounds for host disconnection warning
Enable
Buzzer sounds for roll paper end warning
Enable
Buzzer sounds for error occurrence warning
Enable
Paper width
58 mm
Auto power off period
20 minutes
Print density
100 %
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• Bluetooth model
Classification
Serial interface
communication condition
Bluetooth interface
wireless configuration
Memory switch
Customized value
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Item
Factory setting mode
DTR/DSR
Transmission speed
19200 bps
Parity
None
Passkey
“4254”
Device name
“TAIYO SPP”
Transmission of status information
Enable
Buzzer sounds for low battery warning
Enable
Buzzer sounds for host disconnection warning
Disable
Buzzer sounds for roll paper end warning
Enable
Buzzer sounds for error occurrence warning
Enable
Paper width
58 mm
Auto power off period
20 minutes
Print density
100 %
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4. EXTERNAL SPECIFICATION
4.1 External Dimensions and Mass
Height:
65 mm {2.56"}
Width:
103 mm {4.06"}
Depth:
159 mm {6.26"}
The dimensions above do not include the belt clip.
Mass:
Approximately 670 g {1.47 lb} (Including the battery, but not including paper)
4.2 Color
EPSON standard color (EDG)
4.3 External Appearance
[Units: mm]
Figure 4.3.1
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5. OPTIONS AND CONSUMABLES
5.1 Standard Accessories
• Roll paper
• Battery (LIP-2500)
• User’s manual
5.2 Options
• AC adapter (PS-10)
Compliant input AC voltage: 100V to 240V
• Quick charger (OT-CH60)
Compliant input AC voltage: 100V to 240V
• RS232 cable (OT-RS60)
• Shoulder strap (OT-ST60)
5.3 Consumables
• Battery (LIP-2500)
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6. COMMANDS
6.1 Command Notation
XXXX
[Name]
[Format]
The name of the command.
The code sequence.
[ ]k indicates the contents in brackets [ ] should be repeated k times.
[Range]
Gives the allowable ranges, if any, for the command parameters.
[Default]
Gives the default values, if any, for the arguments.
[Description] Describes the function of the command.
”−“ in the table indicates 0 or 1.
[Notes]
Provides important information on setting and using the printer command, if necessary.
[Reference] Gives a reference, if any.
6.2 Explanation of Terms
1) Real-time command
Real-time commands are identified with a DLE extension such as DLE EOT, DLE ENQ, or DLE
DC4. The printer executes these commands as soon as they are received.
2) NV memory write command
NV memory write commands delete or store data in the NV memory (flash ROM)
GS ( C <some functions>, GS ( E <some functions>, GS ( L <some functions>,
GS ( M <some functions>, GS g 0
3) ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol
ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol is a handshaking protocol between the host computer and the
printer when the printer transmits data. The ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol is required if the
following commands are executed:
GS ( C <some functions>, GS ( E <some functions>, GS ( L <some functions>
4) Print buffer
The print buffer is used to store image data for printing
5) Receive buffer
The receive buffer is used to store data from the host computer.
buffer and processed in the order received.
All received data is stored in this
6) Maximum printable area
The maximum printable area of this printer is as follows:
Paper width
58 mm model
60 mm model
Standard Mode
(Horizontal direction)
52.5 mm {420/203"}
54.0 mm {432/203"}
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Vertical direction
52.5 mm {420/203"}
150.0 mm {1200/203"}
54.0 mm {432/203"}
150.0 mm {1200/203"}
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7) Horizontal or vertical motion units
The horizontal or vertical motion units are used for calculating the setting values for various
commands and are [Horizontal motion unit: 0.125mm {1/203"} / Vertical motion unit: 0.125mm
{1/203"}].
8) Left edge of the print area
The left edge of the print area indicates the first column for character(s) to be developed, and also
the print position to be moved when (nL + nH × 256) = 0 is specified with ESC $.
• In standard mode, the left edge of the print area is the position of the left margin.
• In page mode, the left edge of the print area is the position of the left edge when the starting
position specified with ESC T is viewed as the left top of the print area.
9) Raster format
Raster format is a format where data is set in descending order (bit 7, 6, …, 0) from the left
horizontally.
d1
d2
d3
d4
d5
d6
d7
d8
d9
MSB
10) Inch
A unit of length.
LSB MSB
LSB MSB
LSB
One inch is 25.4 mm.
11) dpi
dpi (dots per inch) is the number of dots per 25.4 mm.
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6.3 Control Commands
HT
[Name]
[Format]
Horizontal tab
ASCII
HT
Hex
09
Decimal 9
[Description] • Moves the print position to the next horizontal tab position.
LF
[Name]
[Format]
Print and line feed
ASCII
LF
Hex
0A
Decimal 10
[Description] • Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds one line, based on the current line
spacing.
FF
(In page mode)
[Name]
[Format]
Print and return to standard mode (in page mode)
ASCII
FF
Hex
0C
Decimal 12
[Description] • Prints all the data in the print buffer collectively and switches from page mode to
standard mode.
CAN
[Name]
[Format]
Cancel print data in page mode
ASCII
CAN
Hex
18
Decimal 24
[Description] • In page mode, deletes all the print data in the current print area.
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DLE EOT n
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit real-time status
ASCII
DLE EOT
Hex
10
04
Decimal
16
4
[Range]
1≤n≤4
n
n
n
[Description] • Transmits the real-time status.
n
Function
1
Transmits printer status.
2
Transmits offline cause status.
3
Transmits error cause status.
4
Transmits roll paper sensor status.
• This printer transmits the following status in real time.
• Printer status (n = 1)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Status
0
Off
00
0
Fixed.
1
On
02
2
Fixed.
2
Off
00
0
Does not go offline by low battery.
On
04
4
Offline by low battery.
3
Off
00
0
Online.
On
08
8
Offline.
4
On
10
16
Fixed.
5
---Reserved.
6
Off
00
0
Paper FEED button is turned off.
On
40
64
Paper FEED button is turned on.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
•
Offline cause status (n = 2)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
0
Off
00
0
1
On
02
2
2
Off
00
0
On
04
4
3
Off
00
0
4
5
6
7
On
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
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10
00
20
00
40
00
8
16
0
32
0
64
0
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Status
Fixed.
Fixed.
Cover is closed.
Cover is open.
Paper is not being fed by the paper FEED
button.
Paper is being fed by the paper FEED button.
Fixed.
No paper end stop.
Printing stopped by paper end.
No error.
Error occurred.
Fixed.
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Error cause status (n = 3)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
0
Off
00
0
1
On
02
2
2
---3
Off
00
0
On
08
8
4
On
10
16
5
Off
00
0
On
20
32
6
Off
00
0
On
40
64
7
Off
00
0
Status
Fixed.
Fixed.
Reserved.
No autocutter error.
Autocutter error occurred.
Fixed.
No unrecoverable error.
Unrecoverable error occurred.
No automatically recoverable error.
Automatically recoverable error occurred.
Fixed.
Roll paper sensor status (n = 4)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Status
0
Off
00
0
Fixed.
1
On
02
2
Fixed.
2, 3
---Reserved.
4
On
10
16
Fixed.
5, 6
Off
00
0
Roll paper end sensor: paper present.
On
60
96
Roll paper end sensor: paper not present.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
Bits 5 and 6: While the roll cover is opening, this shows the state when the cover was
still closed.
•
[Notes]
• Take the following into consideration:
• If the received data includes a data string matching this command, the printer
performs this command. Users must consider this.
For example: Graphic data might accidentally include a data string matching this
command.
• Do not embed this command within another command.
For example: Graphic data might include this command.
• Transmit this command using the following method:
• When this command is transmitted, the data following must not be transmitted until
the status is received.
• However, if this command must be transmitted continuously, it is possible to transmit
up to 4 commands at once.
In this case, the data following must not be transmitted until the all status is received.
If this command is transmitted without using the above method, the status may not be
received.
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DLE ENQ n
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Send real-time request to printer
ASCII
DLE ENQ n
Hex
10
05
n
Decimal 16
5
n
n=2
[Description] • Responds to a request in real-time from the host computer.
n
Function
2
Recovers from a recoverable error after clearing the receive and print
buffers.
• This command is ignored unless a recoverable error has occurred.
[Notes]
• Use this command after removing the cause of the error.
• Take the following into consideration:
• If the received data includes a data string matching this command, the printer
performs the command. Users must consider this.
For example: Graphic data might accidentally include a data string matching this
command.
• Do not embed this command within another command.
For example: Graphic data might include this command.
DLE DC4 fn a b (fn = 2)
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Execute power-off sequence
ASCII
DLE DC4 fn a
Hex
10
14
fn a
Decimal 16
20
fn a
fn = 2
a=1
b=8
b
b
b
[Description] • Executes the printer power-off sequence and transmits the power-off notice.
• Stores the values of the maintenance counter.
• Sets the interface to BUSY.
• Sets the printer to standby mode.
• Shuts the power off.
[Notes]
• The printer does not transmit the power-off notice when memory switch [Msw 8-1] is
set to off.
• Take the following into consideration:
• If the received data includes a data string matching this command, the printer
performs the command. Users must consider this.
For example: Graphic data might accidentally include a data string matching this
command.
• Do not embed this command within another command.
For example: Graphic data might include this command.
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DLE DC4 fn m (fn = 7)
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Transmit specified status in real-time
ASCII
DLE DC4 fn m
Hex
10
14
fn m
Decimal 16
20
fn m
fn = 7
m = 1, 5
[Description] • Transmits the specified status in real-time.
m
Function
1
Transmits basic ASB status.
5
Transmits battery status.
Related command
GS a
None
The status format of m = 1 is the same as the format of the related command in the
table above.
See the description of the related command corresponding to m.
• Battery status (m = 5)
Status
Hexadecimal
Decimal
Amount of data
Header
37
55
1 byte
Identifier
45
69
1 byte
(*1)
Power source
30 or 31
48 or 49
1 byte
Battery remaining amount (*2)
30 ∼ 34
48 ∼ 52
1 byte
NUL
00
0
1 byte
•
(*1)
The power source is identified as follows:
Power source
Hexadecimal
Decimal
AC adapter
30
48
Battery
31
49
(*2)
The battery remaining amount level is specified as follows:
Battery remaining amount level
Hexadecimal
Decimal
H level
30
48
M level
31
49
L level
32
50
S level
33
51
Battery not installed
34
52
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• Take the following into consideration:
• If the received data includes a data string matching this command, the printer
performs the command. Users must consider this.
For example: Graphic data might accidentally include a data string matching this
command.
• Do not embed this command within another command.
For example: Graphic data might include this command.
• When this command is transmitted, the data following must not be transmitted until the
status is received.
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DLE DC4 fn d1…d7 (fn = 8)
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Clear buffer(s)
ASCII
DLE
Hex
10
Decimal 16
fn = 8
d1 = 1, d2 = 3,
DC4
14
20
fn
fn
fn
d3 = 20,
d1…d7
d1…d7
d1…d7
d4 = 1,
d5 = 6,
d6 = 2,
d7 = 8
[Description] • Clears all data stored in the receive buffer and the print buffer and transmits Clear
response.
• If a recoverable error occurs, recovers from the error.
[Notes]
• Do not use this command in a system that uses the printer with the OPOS driver or
the JavaPOS driver provided by Seiko Epson Corporation.
• Take the following into consideration:
• If the received data includes a data string matching this command, the printer
performs the command. Users must consider this.
For example: Graphic data might accidentally include a data string matching this
command.
• Do not embed this command within another command.
For example: Graphic data might include this command.
• When this command is transmitted, the data following must not be transmitted until the
status is received.
ESC FF
[Name]
[Format]
Print data in page mode
ASCII
ESC FF
Hex
1B
0C
Decimal 27
12
[Description] • In page mode, prints all the data in the print buffer collectively.
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ESC SP n
[Name]
[Format]
Set right-side character spacing
ASCII
ESC SP
n
Hex
1B
20
n
Decimal 27
32
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
[Description] • Sets the right-side character spacing to [n × (horizontal or vertical motion unit)].
ESC $ nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
Set absolute print position
ASCII
ESC $
nL
Hex
1B
24
nL
Decimal 27
36
nL
nH
nH
nH
[Range]
0 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 65535
(0 ≤ nL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ nH ≤ 255)
[Description] • Moves the print position to [(nL + nH × 256) × (horizontal or vertical motion unit)] from
the left edge of the print area.
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ESC ( A pL pH fn [parameters]
[Name]
Control beeper tones
[Description] • Controls beeper tones.
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (fn and [parameters]).
• fn specifies the function.
• [parameters] specify the process of each function.
fn
48
Format
ESC ( A pL pH fn n c t
Function No.
48
Function name
Beeps the buzzer.
<Function 48> ESC ( A pL pH fn n c t (fn = 48)
[Name]
[Format]
Beeps the buzzer
ASCII
ESC (
Hex
1B
28
Decimal 27
40
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 4
fn = 48
48 ≤ n ≤ 58
1 ≤ c ≤ 63
10 ≤ t ≤ 255
A
41
65
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
n
n
n
c
c
c
t
t
t
(pL = 4, pH = 0)
[Description] • Beeps the beeper.
• n specifies the beeper sound.
n
Beeper sound
48 Does not beep.
49 1280Hz: 1000ms beeping
50 4100Hz: 1000ms beeping
51 1280Hz: 200ms beeping
52 4100Hz: 200ms beeping
53 1280Hz: 200ms beeping → 200ms off → 200ms beeping
54 4100Hz: 200ms beeping → 200ms off → 200ms beeping
55 1280Hz: 500ms beeping
56 4100Hz: 500ms beeping
57 1280Hz: 200ms beeping → 200ms off → 200ms beeping → 200ms off → 200ms beeping
58 4100Hz: 200ms beeping → 200ms off → 200ms beeping → 200ms off → 200ms beeping
• c specifies the number of beeps.
• t specifies the beeping cycle time (t × 100 ms).
[Note]
• The “Does not beep“ (n = 48) affects beeping caused by this function only.
not affect warning beeping (Example: low battery, and roll paper end.)
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ESC − n
[Name]
Turn underline mode on/off
[Format]
ASCII
Hex
Decimal
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 2, 48 ≤ n ≤ 50
n=0
ESC
1B
27
−
2D
45
n
n
n
[Description] • Turns underline mode on or off.
n
Function
0, 48 Turns off underline mode.
1, 49 Turns on underline mode, set at 1-dot width.
2, 50 Turns on underline mode, set at 2-dot width.
ESC 3 n
[Name]
[Format]
Set line spacing
ASCII
ESC
Hex
1B
Decimal 27
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n = 30 (Equivalent to 3.75 mm.)
3
33
51
n
n
n
[Description] • Sets the line spacing to [n × (vertical or horizontal motion unit)].
ESC = n
[Name]
[Format]
Select peripheral device
ASCII
ESC =
n
Hex
1B
3D
n
Decimal 27
61
n
[Range]
[Default]
1≤n≤3
n=1
[Description] • Selects the device to which the host computer transmits data.
n
Function
1, 3
Enables printer.
2
Disables printer.
•
When the printer is disabled (n = 2), all data except this command and the real-time
commands are ignored.
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ESC @
[Name]
[Format]
Initialize printer
ASCII
ESC
Hex
1B
Decimal 27
@
40
64
[Description] • Clears the data in the print buffer and resets the printer modes to the modes that were
in effect when the power was turned on.
Keeps the following data:
• Contents stored in the NV user memory.
• Contents defined for the NV graphics.
• Maintenance counter value.
• Setting value specified with GS ( E.
ESC D n1...nk NUL
[Name]
[Format]
Set horizontal tab positions
ASCII
ESC D
n1...nk
Hex
1B
44
n1...nk
Decimal 27
68
n1...nk
[Range]
1 ≤ n1 ≤ n2 ≤ ... ≤ nk ≤ 255
0 ≤ k ≤ 32
n = 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, ... , 232, 240, 248
[for Font B (10 × 24) in a standard character size width]
[Default]
NUL
00
0
[Description] • Sets horizontal tab positions.
• n specifies the number of digits from the setting position to the left edge of the print
area.
• k is used to indicate the number of bytes set for the horizontal tab position.
ESC E n
[Name]
[Format]
Turn emphasized mode on/off
ASCII
ESC E
n
Hex
1B
45
n
Decimal 27
69
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
[Description] • Turns emphasized mode on or off.
• When the LSB of n is 0, emphasized mode is turned off.
• When the LSB of n is 1, emphasized mode is turned on.
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ESC J n
[Name]
[Format]
Print and feed paper
ASCII
ESC J
Hex
1B
4A
Decimal 27
74
[Range]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n
n
n
[Description] • Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds the paper [n × (vertical or horizontal motion
unit)].
ESC L
[Name]
[Format]
Select page mode
ASCII
ESC L
Hex
1B
4C
Decimal 27
76
[Description] • Switches from standard mode to page mode.
ESC M n
[Name]
[Format]
Select character font
ASCII
ESC M
Hex
1B
4D
Decimal 27
77
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 2, 48 ≤ n ≤ 50
n=1
n
n
n
[Description] • Selects character font.
n
Character font
0, 48 Character font A (12 × 24)
1, 49 Character font B (10 × 24)
2, 50 Character font C (8 × 16)
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ESC R n
[Name]
[Format]
Select an international character set
ASCII
ESC R
n
Hex
1B
52
n
Decimal 27
82
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 15
n = 0 [Other than the following model]
n = 8 [for Japanese model]
[Description] • Selects international character set.
n
International character set
0
U.S.A.
1
France
2
Germany
3
U.K.
4
Denmark I
5
Sweden
6
Italy
7
Spain I
8
Japan
9
Norway
10
Denmark II
11
Spain II
12
Latin America
13
Korea
14
Slovenia / Croatia
15
China
[Reference]
"3.2.13 International Character Sets"
ESC S
[Name]
[Format]
Select standard mode
ASCII
ESC S
Hex
1B
53
Decimal 27
83
[Description] • Switches from page mode to standard mode.
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ESC T n
[Name]
[Format]
Select print direction in page mode
ASCII
ESC T
n
Hex
1B
54
n
Decimal 27
84
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 3, 48 ≤ n ≤ 51
n=0
[Description] • In page mode, selects the print direction and starting position.
n
Print direction
Starting position
0, 48 Left to right
Upper left
1, 49 Bottom to top
Lower left
2, 50 Right to left
Lower right
3, 51 Top to bottom
Upper right
ESC W xL xH yL yH dxL dxH dyL dyH
[Name]
[Format]
Set print area in page mode
ASCII
ESC W
xL xH
Hex
1B
57
xL xH
Decimal 27
87
xL xH
[Range]
0 ≤ (xL + xH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ xL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ xH ≤ 255)
0 ≤ (yL + yH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ yL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ yH ≤ 255)
1 ≤ (dxL + dxH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ dxL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ dxH ≤ 255)
1 ≤ (dyL + dyH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ dyL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ dyH ≤ 255)
[Default]
(xL + xH × 256) = 0 (xL = 0, xH = 0)
(yL + yH × 256) = 0 (yL = 0, yH = 0)
(dxL + dxH × 256) = 420 (dxL = 164, dxH = 1) [when 58 mm paper width is selected]
(dxL + dxH × 256) = 432 (dxL = 176, dxH = 1) [when 60 mm paper width is selected]
(dyL + dyH × 256) = 1200 (dyL = 176, dyH = 4)
yL
yL
yL
yH
yH
yH
dxL
dxL
dxL
dxH
dxH
dxH
dyL
dyL
dyL
dyH
dyH
dyH
[Description] • In page mode, sets the size and the logical origin of the print area.
• xL, xH specify the horizontal logical origin as [(xL + xH × 256) × (horizontal motion
unit)].
• yL, yH specify the vertical logical origin as [(yL + yH × 256) × (vertical motion unit)].
• dxL, dxH specify the horizontal dimension of print area as [(dxL + dxH × 256) ×
(horizontal motion unit)].
• dyL, dyH specify the vertical dimension of print area as [(dyL + dyH × 256) × (vertical
motion unit)].
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ESC \ nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
Set relative print position
ASCII
ESC \
nL
Hex
1B
5C
nL
Decimal 27
92
nL
[Range]
-32768 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 32767
nH
nH
nH
[Description] • Moves the print position to [(nL + nH × 256) × (horizontal or vertical motion unit)] from
the current position.
• A positive number specifies movement to the right, and a negative number specifies
movement to the left.
ESC a n
[Name]
[Format]
Select justification
ASCII
ESC a
Hex
1B
61
Decimal 27
97
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 2, 48 ≤ n ≤ 50
n=0
n
n
n
[Description] • In standard mode, aligns all the data in one line to the selected layout.
n
Justification
0, 48 Left justification
1, 49 Centering
2, 50 Right justification
ESC c 5 n
[Name]
[Format]
Enable/disable panel buttons
ASCII
ESC c
5
Hex
1B
63
35
Decimal 27
99
53
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
n
n
n
[Description] • Enables or disables the panel buttons.
• When the LSB of n is 0, the panel buttons are enabled.
• When the LSB of n is 1, the panel buttons are disabled.
[Notes]
• This command affects the FEED button.
• FEED button is enabled regardless of the settings with this command, when a status
sheet is printed. Even if the button is pressed, paper cannot be fed.
• FEED button is disabled regardless of the settings with this command, when the roll
paper cover is open, or the roll paper end sensor detects a paper end.
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ESC d n
[Name]
[Format]
Print and feed n lines
ASCII
ESC d
Hex
1B
64
Decimal 27
100
[Range]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n
n
n
[Description] • Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds the paper [n × (current line spacing)].
[Note]
• The maximum paper feed amount is 1016 mm {40"}.
ESC t n
[Name]
[Format]
Select character code table
ASCII
ESC t
n
Hex
1B
74
n
Decimal 27
116 n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 5, 16 ≤ n ≤ 19, n = 255
n=0
[Description] • Selects page n from the character code table.
n
Character code table
0
Page 0 [PC437 (USA: Standard Europe)]
1
Page 1 [Katakana]
2
Page 2 [PC850 (Multilingual)]
3
Page 3 [PC860 (Portuguese)]
4
Page 4 [PC863 (Canadian-French)
5
Page 5 [PC865 (Nordic)]
16
Page 16 [WPC1252]
17
Page 17 [PC866 (Cyrillic #2)]
18
Page 18 [PC852 (Latin 2)]
19
Page 19 [PC858 (Euro)]
255
Page 255 [User-defined page]
[Reference]
"3.2 Character Code Tables"
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ESC { n
[Name]
[Format]
Turn upside-down print mode on/off
ASCII
ESC {
n
Hex
1B
7B
n
Decimal 27
123 n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
[Description] • In standard mode, turns upside-down print mode on or off.
• When the LSB of n is 0, upside-down print mode is turned off.
• When the LSB of n is 1, upside-down print mode is turned on.
GS ! n
[Name]
[Format]
Select character size
ASCII
GS
!
Hex
1D
21
Decimal 29
33
[Range]
0 ≤ n ≤ 7, 16 ≤ n ≤ 23, 32 ≤ n ≤ 39, 48 ≤ n ≤ 55, 64 ≤ n ≤71,
80 ≤ n ≤ 87, 96 ≤ n ≤ 103, 112 ≤ n ≤ 119
(1 ≤ Enlargement in vertical direction ≤ 8, 1 ≤ Enlargement in horizontal direction ≤ 8)
n=0
[Default]
n
n
n
[Description] • Selects character size (enlargement in vertical and horizontal directions).
(n)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Function
See table
Selects the times enlarged in the vertical
0-2
[Enlarged in vertical direction] direction.
3
4-6
7
Off
00
0
Reserved.
See table
Selects the times enlarged in the horizontal
[Enlarged in horizontal direction] direction.
Off
00
0
[Enlarged in vertical direction]
Hex
Decimal
Enlargement
00
0
1 time (standard)
01
1
2 times
02
2
3 times
03
3
4 times
04
4
5 times
05
5
6 times
06
6
7 times
07
7
8 times
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[Enlarged in horizontal direction]
Hex
Decimal
Enlargement
00
0
1 time (standard)
10
16
2 times
20
32
3 times
30
48
4 times
40
64
5 times
50
80
6 times
60
96
7 times
70
112
8 times
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GS $ nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
Set absolute vertical print position in page mode
ASCII
GS
$
n L nH
Hex
1D
24
n L nH
Decimal 29
36
n L nH
[Range]
0 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 65535
(0 ≤ nL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ nH ≤ 255)
[Description] • In page mode, moves the vertical print position to [(nL + nH × 256) × (vertical or
horizontal motion unit)] from the starting position set with ESC T.
GS ( C pL pH m fn b [c1 c2] [d1...dk]
[Name]
Edit NV user memory
[Description] • Edits the data in the NV user memory.
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (m, fn, b, [c1 c2], and
[d1...dk]).
• fn specifies the function.
• c1, c2 specify the key code (which identifies the record).
• [d1...dk] specify the process of each function.
Format
fn
[Notes]
Function
No.
Function name
0, 48 GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2
0
Delete the specified record.
1, 49 GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 d1...dk
1
Store the data in the specified record.
2, 50 GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2
2
Transmit the data in the specified record.
3, 51 GS ( C pL pH m fn b
3
Transmit capacity of the NV user memory
currently being used.
4, 52 GS ( C pL pH m fn b
4
Transmit the remaining capacity of the NV
user memory.
5, 53 GS ( C pL pH m fn b
5
Transmit the key code list.
6, 54 GS ( C pL pH m fn b d1 d2 d3
6
Delete all data in the NV user memory.
• Frequent write command executions by an NV memory write command may damage
the NV memory. Therefore, it is recommended to write to the NV memory less than
10 times a day.
• If the power is turned off or the printer is reset via an interface while this command is
being executed, the printer may go into an abnormal condition. Be careful not to turn
the power off or let the printer be reset via an interface while this command is being
executed.
• While processing this command, the printer is BUSY while writing the data to the NV
memory and stops receiving data. Therefore, be sure not to transmit data, including
the real-time commands while the printer is BUSY.
• When <Function 2, 3, 4, or 5> is transmitted, the data following must not be
transmitted until the status is received. And, it will be necessary to perform the
ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol procedures when using <Function 2 or 5>.
• The number of items registered in the NV user memory must be 50 or fewer to keep
the boot up time of the printer short enough.
• The boot up time of the printer is longer by one second maximum when the number
of items registered is 50.
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<Function 0> GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 (fn = 0, 48)
[Name]
[Format]
Delete the specified record
ASCII
GS
(
C
Hex
1D
28
43
Decimal 29
40
67
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 5
m=0
fn = 0, 48
b=0
32 ≤ c1 ≤ 126
32 ≤ c2 ≤ 126
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
m fn
m fn
m fn
b
b
b
c1
c1
c1
c2
c2
c2
(pL = 5, pH = 0)
[Description] • Deletes the record specified by the key codes (c1, c2) in the NV user memory.
<Function 1> GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 d1...dk (fn = 1, 49)
[Name]
[Format]
Store the data in the specified record
ASCII
GS
(
C
p L pH
Hex
1D
28
43
p L pH
Decimal 29
40
67
p L pH
[Range]
6 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
m=0
fn = 1, 49
b=0
32 ≤ c1 ≤ 126
32 ≤ c2 ≤ 126
32 ≤ d ≤ 254
k = (pL + pH × 256) - 5
The entire capacity size = 384KB.
(Uses the same area in the NV graphics memory.)
m
m
m
fn
fn
fn
b
b
b
c1
c1
c1
c2
c2
c2
d1...dk
d1...dk
d1...dk
[Description] • Stores the data (d1...dk) as the record specified by the key codes (c1, c2) in the NV
user memory.
[Notes]
• In cases where there is insufficient capacity available for amounts of data (pL + pH ×
256) - 5, this function is ignored.
• The number of items registered in the NV user memory or NV graphics must be 50 or
fewer to keep the execution time of this function short enough. The execution time is
80 seconds or less when the number of items registered is 50 or fewer.
• The execution time for 50 items is 80 seconds or fewer.
• The execution time for 100 items is 160 seconds or fewer.
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<Function 2> GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 (fn = 2, 50)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the data in the specified record
ASCII
GS
(
C
pL pH m fn
Hex
1D
28
43
pL pH m fn
Decimal 29
40
67
pL pH m fn
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 5
m=0
fn = 2, 50
b=0
32 ≤ c1 ≤ 126
32 ≤ c2 ≤ 126
b
b
b
c1
c1
c1
c2
c2
c2
(pL = 5, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the data for the record specified by the key codes (c1, c2) in the NV user
memory.
<Function 3> GS ( C pL pH m fn b (fn = 3, 51)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit capacity of the NV user memory currently being used
ASCII
GS
(
C
pL pH m fn b
Hex
1D
28
43
pL pH m fn b
Decimal 29
40
67
pL pH m fn b
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 3
m=0
fn = 3, 51
b=0
(pL = 3, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the number of bytes of memory used in the NV user memory.
<Function 4> GS ( C pL pH m fn b (fn = 4, 52)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the remaining capacity of the NV user memory
ASCII
GS
(
C
pL pH m fn b
Hex
1D
28
43
pL pH m fn b
Decimal 29
40
67
pL pH m fn b
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 3
m=0
fn = 4, 52
b=0
(pL = 3, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the number of bytes of remaining memory (unused area) in the NV user
memory.
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<Function 5> GS ( C pL pH m fn b (fn = 5, 53)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the key code list
ASCII
GS
(
C
Hex
1D
28
43
Decimal 29
40
67
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 3
m=0
fn = 5, 53
b=0
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
m fn
m fn
m fn
b
b
b
(pL = 3, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the key code list in the NV user memory.
<Function 6> GS ( C pL pH m fn b d1 d2 d3 (fn = 6, 54)
[Name]
[Format]
Delete all data in the NV user memory
ASCII
GS
(
C
p L pH
Hex
1D
28
43
p L pH
Decimal 29
40
67
p L pH
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 6
m=0
fn = 6, 54
b=0
d1 = 67
d2 = 76
d3 = 82
m fn
m fn
m fn
b
b
b
d1
d1
d1
d2
d2
d2
d3
d3
d3
(pL = 6, pH = 0)
[Description] • Deletes all data in the NV user memory.
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GS ( D pL pH m [a1 b1]...[ak bk]
[Name]
[Format]
Enable/disable real-time command
ASCII
GS
(
D
pL
Hex
1D
28
44
pL
Decimal 29
40
68
pL
[Range]
3 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65535
m = 20
a=2
b = 0, 1, 48, 49
b=0
[Default]
pH
pH
pH
m
m
m
[ a1
[ a1
[ a1
b1 ]...[ ak
b1 ]...[ ak
b1 ]...[ ak
bk ]
bk ]
bk ]
(0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
[Description] • Enables or disables the real-time command specified by a.
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (m and [a1 b1]...[ak
bk]).
a
b
Function
2
0, 48 DLE DC4 fn a b (fn = 2): Not processed (disabled).
1, 49 DLE DC4 fn a b (fn = 2): Processed (enabled).
[Note]
• If graphics data includes a data string matching DLE DC4 (fn = 2), it is recommended
to use this command in advance to disable the real-time commands.
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GS ( E pL pH fn [parameters]
[Name]
Set user setup commands
[Description] • Controls the user setting modes.
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH ×256) as the number of bytes after pH (fn and [parameters]).
• fn specifies the function.
• [parameters] specify the process of each function.
Function
fn
1
2
3
4
5
No.
1
2
3
4
5
10
GS ( E pL pH fn
[a1 n1L n1H] ... [ak nkL nkH]
GS ( E pL pH fn a
GS ( E pL pH fn a d1 d2
GS ( E pL pH fn x c1 c2
[y d1...d(x × y)]k
GS ( E pL pH fn c1 c2
10
11
GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk
11
12
GS ( E pL pH fn a
12
13
GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk
13
14
GS ( E pL pH fn a
14
6
7
9
[Notes]
Format
GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2
GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 d3
GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 b18...
b11] ... [ak bk8... bk1]
GS ( E pL pH fn a
6
7
9
Function name
Change into the user setting mode.
End the user setting mode session.
Change the settings of the memory
switch.
Transmit the settings of the memory
switch.
Set the customized setting values.
Transmit the customized setting values.
Copy the user-defined page.
Define the data (raster format) for the
character code page.
Delete the data for the character code
page.
Set the configuration item for the serial
interface.
Transmit the configuration item for the
serial interface.
Set the configuration item for the
Bluetooth interface.
Transmit the configuration item for the
Bluetooth interface.
• Frequent write command executions by an NV memory write command may damage
the NV memory. Therefore, it is recommended to write to the NV memory less than
10 times a day.
• If the power is turned off or the printer is reset via an interface while this command is
being executed, the printer may go into an abnormal condition. Be careful not to turn
the power off or let the printer be reset via an interface while this command is being
executed.
• While processing this command, the printer is BUSY while writing the data to the NV
memory and stops receiving data. Therefore, be sure not to transmit data, including
the real-time commands, while the printer is BUSY.
• When <Function 1, 4, 6, 12, or 14> is transmitted, the data following must not be
transmitted until the status is received. And, it will be necessary to perform the
ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol procedures when using <Function 14>.
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<Function 1> GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 (fn = 1)
[Name]
[Format]
Change into the user setting mode
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL
Hex
1D
28
45
pL
Decimal 29
40
69
pL
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 3
fn = 1
d1 = 73
d2 = 78
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
d1
d1
d1
d2
d2
d2
(pL = 3, pH = 0)
[Description] • Enters the user setting mode and transmits the mode change notice.
<Function 2> GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 d3 (fn = 2)
[Name]
[Format]
End the user setting mode session
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL
Hex
1D
28
45
pL
Decimal 29
40
69
pL
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 4
fn = 2
d1 = 79
d2 = 85
d3 = 84
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
d1
d1
d1
d2
d2
d2
d3
d3
d3
(pL = 4, pH = 0)
[Description] • Ends the user setting mode and performs a software reset.
• Clears the receive and print buffers.
• Resets all setting values in RAM (the print area, the character styles, and others) that
were in effect at power on. (The data in the NV memory are not reset.)
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<Function 3> GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 b18...b11]...[ak bk8...bk1]
[Name]
[Format]
Change the settings of the memory switch
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL pH fn
Hex
1D
28
45
pL pH fn
Decimal 29
40
69
pL pH fn
[a1
[a1
[a1
(fn = 3)
b18 ... b11] ... [ak
b18 ... b11] ... [ak
b18 ... b11] ... [ak
bk8 ... bk1]
bk8 ... bk1]
bk8 ... bk1]
10 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65530 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
fn = 3
a=8
48 ≤ b ≤ 50
[Default (upon shipment)]
[Msw 8-1] ∼ [Msw8-5] are set to On (b = 49).
[Range]
[Description] • Changes the settings of the memory switch specified by a to the values specified by b.
• When b = 48, the applicable bit is turned Off.
• When b = 49, the applicable bit is turned On.
• When b = 50, the applicable bit is not changed. Set b = 50 as the reserved bit.
• Memory switch 8 (Msw 8: a = 8)
Msw
Function
8-1
Does not transmit the power On/Off notice and the
battery status automatically.
Transmits the power On/Off notice and the battery
status automatically.
8-2
Does not beep the beeper when the battery remaining
amount level becomes “L level“ and “S level“.
Beeps the beeper when the battery remaining amount
level becomes “L level“ and “S level“.
8-3
Does not beep the beeper when the host is
disconnected.
Beeps the beeper when the host is disconnected.
8-4
Does not beep the beeper at roll paper end.
Beeps the beeper at roll paper end.
8-5
Does not beep the beeper when recoverable error or
unrecoverable error occurs.
Beeps the beeper when recoverable error or
unrecoverable error occurs.
8-6 - 8-8 Reserved.
[Note]
Setting value
48
49
48
49
48
49
48
49
48
49
50
• The memory switch 8 is not enabled DLE DC4 (fn=7) and ESC ( A.
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<Function 4> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 4)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the settings of the memory switch
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL pH fn
Hex
1D
28
45
pL pH fn
Decimal 29
40
69
pL pH fn
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 4
a=8
a
a
a
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the setting value of the memory switch specified by a.
<Function 5> GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 n1L n1H]...[ak nkL nkH]
[Name]
[Format]
Set the customized setting values
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL
Hex
1D
28
45
pL
Decimal 29
40
69
pL
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
[a1
[a1
[a1
(fn = 5)
n1L
n1L
n1L
n1H] ... [ak
n1H] ... [ak
n1H] ... [ak
nkL
nkL
nkL
nkH]
nkH]
nkH]
4 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65533 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
fn = 5
a = 3, 5, 116
(nL + nH × 256) = 2, 3 (nL = 2,3, nH = 0) [when a = 3]
0 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 6, 65530 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 65535
(0 ≤ nL ≤ 6, nH = 0, 250 ≤ nL ≤ 255, nH = 255) [when a = 5]
0 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 60 (0 ≤ nL ≤ 60, nH = 0) [when a = 116]
[Default (upon shipment)]
(nL + nH × 256) = 2 (nL = 2, nH = 0) [when a = 3]
(nL + nH × 256) = 0 (nL = 0, nH = 0) [when a = 5]
(nL + nH × 256) = 20 (nL = 20, nH = 0) [when a = 116]
[Range]
[Description] • Sets the customized value specified by a to the values specified by (nL + nH × 256).
a
Type of customized value
3
Width of roll paper
5
Print density
116
Auto power-off time
•
Width of roll paper setting (a = 3)
(nL + nH × 256)
Roll paper width
2
58 mm
3
60 mm
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Print density setting (a = 5)
(nL + nH × 256)
Print density
65530
70 %
65531
75 %
65532
80 %
65533
85 %
65534
90 %
65535
95 %
0
100 %
1
105 %
2
110 %
3
115 %
4
120 %
5
125 %
6
130 %
•
•
light
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
dark
Auto power-off time (a=116)
(nL + nH × 256)
Auto power-off time
0
Does not auto power off.
1
1 minute
2
2 minutes
|
|
60
60 minutes
<Function 6> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 6)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the customized setting values
ASCII
GS
(
E
p L pH
Hex
1D
28
45
p L pH
Decimal 29
40
69
p L pH
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 6
a = 3, 5, 116
fn
fn
fn
a
a
a
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the customized value specified by a.
a
Type of customized value
3
Width of roll paper
5
Print density
116
Auto power-off time
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<Function 7> GS ( E pL pH fn a d1 d2 (fn = 7)
[Name]
[Format]
Copy the user-defined page
ASCII
GS
(
E
Hex
1D
28
45
Decimal 29
40
69
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 4 (pL = 4, pH = 0)
fn = 7
a = 12, 17, 18
d1 = 30, 31
d2 = 30, 31 [where d1 ≠ d2]
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
a
a
a
d1
d1
d1
d2
d2
d2
[Description] • Copies the data in the user-defined code page.
• a specifies the font no.
(a)
Font No.
12
17
18
•
Font Type Code Page
12 × 24
Font A:
Page 255
8 × 16
Font C:
Page 255
10 × 24
Font B:
Page 255
Data Configuration
Dots in Horizontal
Dots in Vertical
Direction
Direction
12
24
8
16
10
24
Copy operation is specified by d1 and d2.
d1
d2
Function
31
30
Loads the character code page data for font no. (a) from the
storage area (Flash ROM) to the work area (RAM).
30
31
Saves the character code page data in the work area (RAM)
to the storage area (Flash ROM) specified by font no. (a).
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<Function 9> GS ( E pL pH fn x c1 c2 [y d1...d(x × y) ]k (fn = 9)
[Name]
Define the data (raster format) for the character code page
[Format]
ASCII
Hex
Decimal
[Range]
5 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
fn = 9
x = 2 [when Font A or Font B is selected]
x = 1 [when Font C is selected]
128 ≤ c1 ≤ c2 ≤ 255
0 ≤ y ≤ 24 [when Font A or Font B is selected]
0 ≤ y ≤ 16 [when Font C is selected]
0 ≤ d ≤ 255
k = c2 - c1 + 1
GS
1D
29
(
28
40
E
45
69
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
x
x
x
c1
c1
c1
c2
c2
c2
[y
[y
[y
d1...d(x × y) ]k
d1...d(x × y) ]k
d1...d(x × y) ]k
[Description] • Defines the character pattern (raster format) for the character code page in the work
area (RAM).
• x specifies the number of bytes in the horizontal direction.
• c1 specifies the beginning character code for the definition, and c2 specifies the final
code.
• y specifies the number of dots in the vertical direction.
• d specifies the defined data (raster format).
<Function 10> GS ( E pL pH fn c1 c2 (fn = 10)
[Name]
[Format]
Delete the data for the character code page
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL pH fn
Hex
1D
28
45
pL pH fn
Decimal 29
40
69
pL pH fn
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 3 (pL = 3, pH = 0)
fn = 10
128 ≤ c1 ≤ c2 ≤ 255
c1
c1
c1
c2
c2
c2
[Description] • Deletes the character pattern for the character code page in the work area (RAM).
• c1 specifies the beginning character code for the deletion, and c2 specifies the final
code.
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<Function 11> GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk (fn = 11)
[Name]
[Format]
Set the configuration item for the serial interface
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL pH fn a d1 ... dk
Hex
1D
28
45
pL pH fn a d1 ... dk
Decimal 29
40
69
pL pH fn a d1 ... dk
3 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
(pL + pH × 256) = 3 (pL = 3, pH = 0) [when a = 2]
fn = 11
a = 1, 2
48 ≤ d ≤ 57 [when a = 1]
48 ≤ d ≤ 50 [when a = 2]
[Default (upon shipment)]
19200 bps, no parity
d1...dk = “19200” [when a = 1]
d1 = 48 [when a = 2]
[Range]
[when a = 1]
[Description] • Sets the configuration item for the serial interface specified by a to the values
specified by d.
a
Configuration item
1
Transmission speed
2
Parity
[Note]
•
Transmission speed setting (a = 1)
d1...dk
Transmission speed
“9600”
9600 bps
“19200”
19200 bps
“38400”
38400 bps
•
Parity setting (a = 2)
d1
Parity
48
No parity
49
Odd parity
50
Even parity
• The configuration item set by this function is enabled by executing GS ( E <Function
2> or restarting the printer.
Note that the configuration of the host computer must be the same as the
configuration of the printer.
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<Function 12> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 12)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the configuration item for the serial interface
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL pH fn a
Hex
1D
28
45
pL pH fn a
Decimal 29
40
69
pL pH fn a
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 12
a = 1, 2
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the configuration item for the serial interface specified by a.
a
Configuration item
1
Transmission speed
2
Parity
<Function 13> GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk (fn = 13)
[Name]
[Format]
Set the configuration item for the Bluetooth interface
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL pH fn a d1 ... dk
Hex
1D
28
45
pL pH fn a d1 ... dk
Decimal 29
40
69
pL pH fn a d1 ... dk
6 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 18 (6 ≤ pL ≤ 18, pH = 0)
3 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 66 (3 ≤ pL ≤ 66, pH = 0)
fn = 13
a = 49, 65
32 ≤ d ≤ 255
4 ≤ k ≤ 16 [when a=49]
1 ≤ k ≤ 64 [when a=65]
[Default (upon shipment)]
d1...dk = “4254” [when a = 49]
d1...dk = “TAIYO SPP” [when a = 65]
[Range]
[when a=49]
[when a=65]
[Description] • Sets the configuration item for the Bluetooth interface specified by a to the values
specified by d.
a
Configuration item
49
Bluetooth passkey
65
Bluetooth device name
[Notes]
• This function is enabled with a Bluetooth interface model.
• The configuration item set by this function is enabled by executing GS ( E <Function
2>.
Note that the configuration of the host computer must be the same as the
configuration of the printer.
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<Function 14> GS ( E pL pH fn a (fn = 14)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the configuration item for the Bluetooth interface
ASCII
GS
(
E
pL pH fn a
Hex
1D
28
45
pL pH fn a
Decimal 29
40
69
pL pH fn a
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 14
a = 48, 49, 65
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the configuration item for the Bluetooth interface specified by a.
a
Configuration item
48
Bluetooth device address (BD_ADDR)
49
Bluetooth passkey
65
Bluetooth device name
[Note]
• This function is enabled with a Bluetooth interface model.
GS ( H pL pH fn [parameters]
[Name]
Request transmission of response
[Description] • Various processes are performed for the response
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (fn and [parameters]).
• fn specifies the function.
• [parameters] specify the process of each function.
Function
fn
48
[Note]
Format
GS ( H pL pH fn m d1 d2 d3 d4
No.
48
Function name
Set the process ID response.
• Do not use this command in a system that uses the printer with the OPOS driver or
the JavaPOS driver provided by Seiko Epson Corporation.
<Function 48> GS ( H pL pH fn m d1 d2 d3 d4 (fn = 48)
[Name]
[Format]
Set the process ID response
ASCII
GS
(
H
Hex
1D
28
48
Decimal 29
40
72
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 6
fn = 48
m = 48
32 ≤ d ≤ 126
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
m d1
m d1
m d1
d2
d2
d2
d3
d3
d3
d4
d4
d4
(pL =6, pH = 0)
[Description] • Saves the process ID specified by (d1, d2, d3, d4) for the data processed just before
this function.
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GS ( K pL pH fn [parameters]
[Name]
Select print control method(s)
[Description] • Selects the print control methods.
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (fn and [parameters]).
• fn specifies the function.
• [parameters] specify the process of each function.
Function
fn
48
Format
GS ( K pL pH fn m
No.
48
Function name
Select the print control mode.
<Function 48> GS ( K pL pH fn m (fn = 48)
[Name]
[Format]
Select the print control mode
ASCII
GS
(
K
Hex
1D
28
4B
Decimal 29
40
75
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 48
m = 49, 50
m = 49
[Default]
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
m
m
m
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Selects the print control mode.
m
Print control mode
49
High speed
50
Fine
[Note]
• In page mode, the printer prints ladder bar code and the lines contained in that ladder
bar code in “Fine“ print control mode regardless of the setting of this function.
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GS ( L pL pH m fn [parameters]
[Name]
Set graphics data
[Description] • Processes graphics data.
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (m, fn, and
[parameters]).
• fn specifies the function.
• [parameters] specify the process of each function.
Function
fn
0, 48
Format
GS ( L pL pH m fn
No.
2, 50
GS ( L pL pH m fn
50
3, 51
GS ( L pL pH m fn
51
64
GS ( L pL pH m fn d1 d2
64
65
66
67
GS ( L pL pH m fn d1 d2 d3
GS ( L pL pH m fn kc1 kc2
GS ( L pL pH m fn a kc1 kc2 b
xL xH yL yH [c d1...dk]1... [c
d1...dk]b
GS ( L pL pH m fn a kc1 kc2 b
xy
GS ( L pL pH m fn a bx by c xL
xH yL yH d1…dk
65
66
67
69
112
[Notes]
48
Function name
Transmit the NV graphics memory
capacity.
Print the graphics data in the print
buffer.
Transmit the remaining capacity of the
NV graphics memory.
Transmit the key code list for defined
NV graphics.
Delete all NV graphics data.
Delete the specified NV graphics data.
Define the NV graphics data (raster
format).
69
Print the specified NV graphics data.
112
Store the graphics data in the print
buffer (raster format).
• Frequent write command executions by an NV memory write command may damage
the NV memory. Therefore, it is recommended to write to the NV memory less than
10 times a day.
• If the power is turned off or the printer is reset via an interface while this command is
being executed, the printer may go into an abnormal condition. Be careful not to turn
the power off or let the printer be reset via an interface while this command is being
executed.
• While processing this command, the printer is BUSY while writing the data to the NV
memory and stops receiving data. Therefore, be sure not to transmit data, including
the real-time commands, while the printer is BUSY.
• When <Function 48, 51, or 64> is transmitted, the data following must not be
transmitted until the status is received. And, it will be necessary to perform the
ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol procedures when using <Function 64>.
• The number of items registered in the NV user memory or NV graphics must be 50 or
fewer to keep the execution time of <Function 67> GS ( L short enough. The
execution time is 80 seconds or less when the number of items registered is 50 or
fewer.
• The execution time for 50 items is 80 seconds or fewer.
• The execution time for 100 items is 160 seconds or fewer.”
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<Function 48> GS ( L pL pH m fn (fn = 0, 48)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the NV graphics memory capacity
ASCII
GS
(
L
pL pH m fn
Hex
1D
28
4C
pL pH m fn
Decimal 29
40
76
pL pH m fn
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
m = 48
fn = 0, 48
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the entire capacity of the NV graphics area (number of bytes in the NV
graphics area).
<Function 50> GS ( L pL pH m fn (fn = 2, 50)
[Name]
[Format]
Print the graphics data in the print buffer
ASCII
GS
(
L
pL pH m fn
Hex
1D
28
4C
pL pH m fn
Decimal 29
40
76
pL pH m fn
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
m = 48
fn = 2, 50
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Prints the buffered graphics data stored by the process of GS ( L <Function 112>.
<Function 51> GS ( L pL pH m fn (fn = 3, 51)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the remaining capacity of the NV graphics memory
ASCII
GS
(
L
pL pH m fn
Hex
1D
28
4C
pL pH m fn
Decimal 29
40
76
pL pH m fn
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
m = 48
fn = 3, 51
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the number of bytes of remaining memory (unused area) in the NV graphics
area.
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<Function 64> GS ( L pL pH m fn d1 d2 (fn = 64)
[Name]
[Format]
Transmit the key code list for defined NV graphics
ASCII
GS
(
L
pL pH m fn d1
Hex
1D
28
4C
pL pH m fn d1
Decimal 29
40
76
pL pH m fn d1
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 4
m = 48
fn = 64
d1 = 75
d2 = 67
d2
d2
d2
(pL = 4, pH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the defined NV graphics key code list.
<Function 65> GS ( L pL pH m fn d1 d2 d3 (fn = 65)
[Name]
[Format]
Delete all NV graphics data
ASCII
GS
(
L
Hex
1D
28
4C
Decimal 29
40
76
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 5
m = 48
fn = 65
d1 = 67
d2 = 76
d3 = 82
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
m fn
m fn
m fn
d1
d1
d1
d2
d2
d2
d3
d3
d3
(pL = 5, pH = 0)
[Description] • Deletes all NV graphics data.
<Function 66> GS ( L pL pH m fn kc1 kc2 (fn = 66)
[Name]
[Format]
Delete the specified NV graphics data
ASCII
GS
(
L
p L pH
Hex
1D
28
4C
p L pH
Decimal 29
40
76
p L pH
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 4
m = 48
fn = 66
32 ≤ kc1 ≤ 126
32 ≤ kc2 ≤ 126
m fn
m fn
m fn
kc1
kc1
kc1
kc2
kc2
kc2
(pL = 4, pH = 0)
[Description] • Deletes the NV graphics data defined by the key codes (kc1 and kc2).
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<Function 67>
GS ( L pL pH m fn a kc1 kc2 b xL xH yL yH [c d1…dk]1…[c d1....dk]b (fn = 67)
[Name]
[Format]
Define the NV graphics data (raster format)
ASCII
GS (
L pL pH m fn a kc1 kc2 b xL xH yL yH [c d1...dk]1...[c d1...dk]b
Hex
1D 28 4C pL pH m fn a kc1 kc2 b xL xH yL yH [c d1...dk]1...[c d1...dk]b
Decimal 29 40 76 pL pH m fn a kc1 kc2 b xL xH yL yH [c d1...dk]1...[c d1...dk]b
[Range]
12 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
m = 48
fn = 67
a = 48
32 ≤ kc1 ≤ 126
32 ≤ kc2 ≤ 126
b=1
1 ≤ (xL + xH × 256) ≤ 1024 (0 ≤ xL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ xH ≤ 4)
1 ≤ (yL + yH × 256) ≤ 1200 (0 ≤ yL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ yH ≤ 4)
c = 49
0 ≤ d ≤ 255
k = (int ((xL + xH × 256) + 7) / 8) × (yL + yH × 256)
The entire capacity size = 384KB.
(Uses the same area in the NV user memory.)
[Description] • Defines the NV graphics data (raster format) as a record specified by the key codes
(kc1, kc2) in the NV graphics area.
• xL, xH specify the number of dots in the horizontal direction as (xL + xH × 256).
• yL, yH specify the number of dots in the vertical direction as (yL + yH × 256).
• d specifies the defined data (raster format).
[Notes]
• In cases where there is insufficient capacity available for storing NV graphics data
specified by (xL + xH × 256) and (yL + yH × 256), this function is ignored.
• The [data value (k) + control information data value (see below table)] area of the NV
graphics data domain is used when this function is executed.
Condition
Control information data value
If data value (k) is odd number
32 bytes
If data value (k) is even number
33 bytes
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<Function 69> GS ( L pL pH m fn kc1 kc2 x y (fn = 69)
[Name]
[Format]
Print the specified NV graphics data
ASCII
GS
(
L
p L pH
Hex
1D
28
4C
p L pH
Decimal 29
40
76
p L pH
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 6
m = 48
fn = 69
32 ≤ kc1 ≤ 126
32 ≤ kc2 ≤ 126
x = 1, 2
y = 1, 2
m fn
m fn
m fn
kc1
kc1
kc1
kc2
kc2
kc2
x
x
x
y
y
y
(pL = 6, pH = 0)
[Description] • Prints the NV graphics data defined by the key codes (kc1 and kc2).
• The graphics data is enlarged by x and y in the horizontal and vertical directions.
x, y
Vertical direction
Horizontal direction
1
203 dpi
203 dpi
2
203/2 dpi
203/2 dpi
<Function 112> GS ( L pL pH m fn a bx by c xL xH yL yH d1...dk (fn = 112)
[Name]
[Format]
Store the graphics data in the print buffer (raster format)
ASCII
GS
(
L
pL pH m fn a bx by c xL xH yL yH d1...dk
Hex
1D
28
4C
pL pH m fn a bx by c xL xH yL yH d1...dk
Decimal 29
40
76
pL pH m fn a bx by c xL xH yL yH d1...dk
[Range]
11 ≤ (pL + pH × 256) ≤ 65535 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255)
m = 48
fn = 112
a = 48
bx = 1, 2
by = 1, 2
c = 49
1 ≤ (xL + xH × 256) ≤ 1024 (0 ≤ xL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ xH ≤ 4)
1 ≤ (yL + yH × 256) ≤ 1200 (0 ≤ yL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ yH ≤ 4) [when by=1]
1 ≤ (yL + yH × 256) ≤ 600 (0 ≤ yL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ yH ≤ 2) [when by=2]
0 ≤ d ≤ 255
k = (int ((xL + xH × 256) + 7) / 8) × (yL + yH × 256)
[Description] • Stores the graphics data (raster format) in the print buffer.
• The graphics data is enlarged by bx and by in the horizontal and vertical directions.
bx, by
Vertical direction
Horizontal direction
1
203 dpi
203 dpi
2
203/2 dpi
203/2 dpi
specify the number of dots in the horizontal direction as (xL + xH × 256).
• yL, yH specify the number of dots in the vertical direction as (yL + yH × 256).
• d specifies the stored data (raster format).
• x L, x H
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GS ( M pL pH fn m
[Name]
Customize printer control value(s)
[Description] • Customizes the printer control value(s).
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (fn and m).
• fn specifies the function.
• m specifies the process of each function.
Function
fn
1, 49
Format
GS ( M pL pH fn m
No.
2, 50
GS ( M pL pH fn m
2
3, 51
GS ( M pL pH fn m
3
•
[Notes]
1
Function name
Save the setting values from the work area into
the storage area.
Load the setting values stored in the storage area
to the work area.
Select the setting values loaded to the work area
after the initialization process.
Applied setting values for this command
Setting value
Command
Status
GS a
Characters
ESC SP, ESC –, ESC E, ESC M, ESC R, ESC t, ESC {,
GS !, GS B, GS b
Line spacing
ESC 3
Print position
ESC D, ESC T, ESC a, GS L, GS W
Bar code
GS H, GS f, GS h, GS w
Other characteristics
ESC c 5, GS ( D, GS ( K <Function 48>
• Frequent write command executions by an NV memory write command may damage
the NV memory. Therefore, it is recommended to write to the NV memory less than
10 times a day.
• If the power is turned off or the printer is reset via an interface while this command is
being executed, the printer may go into an abnormal condition. Be careful not to turn
the power off or let the printer be reset via an interface while this command is being
executed.
• While processing this command, the printer is BUSY while writing the data to the NV
memory and stops receiving data. Therefore, be sure not to transmit data, including
the real-time commands, while the printer is BUSY.
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<Function 1> GS ( M pL pH fn m (fn = 1,49)
[Name]
[Format]
Save the setting values from the work area into the storage area
ASCII
GS
(
M
pL pH fn m
Hex
1D
28
4D
pL pH fn m
Decimal 29
40
77
pL pH fn m
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 1, 49
m = 1, 49
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Saves the setting values of commands listed in the table on the previous page and
stored in the work area (RAM) in the storage area (Flash ROM).
<Function 2> GS ( M pL pH fn m (fn = 2,50)
[Name]
[Format]
Load the setting values stored in the storage area to the work area
ASCII
GS
(
M
pL pH fn m
Hex
1D
28
4D
pL pH fn m
Decimal 29
40
77
pL pH fn m
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 2, 50
m = 0, 1, 48, 49
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Loads the command setting values stored in storage area specified by m to the work
area.
m
Function
0, 48 The default values described in this specification are applied.
1, 49 The setting values are stored in the storage area.
[Note]
• Values not listed among the above commands are not affected.
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<Function 3> GS ( M pL pH fn m (fn = 3,51)
[Name]
[Format]
Select the setting values loaded to the work area after the initialization process
ASCII
GS
(
M
pL pH fn m
Hex
1D
28
4D
pL pH fn m
Decimal 29
40
77
pL pH fn m
(pL + pH × 256) = 2
fn = 3, 51
m = 0, 1, 48, 49
[Default (upon shipment)]
m=0
[Range]
(pL = 2, pH = 0)
[Description] • Selects the command setting values loaded to the work area after the printer performs
the initialization process.
m
Function
0, 48 The default values described in this specification are applied.
1, 49 The setting values are stored in the storage area.
[Note]
• For values not listed among the above commands, the default values described in this
specification are applied.
GS B n
[Name]
[Format]
Turn white/black reverse print mode on/off
ASCII
GS
B
n
Hex
1D
42
n
Decimal 29
66
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
[Description] • Turns white/black reverse print mode on or off.
• When the LSB of n is 0, white/black reverse mode is turned off.
• When the LSB of, n is 1, white/black reverse mode is turned on.
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GS H n
[Name]
[Format]
Select print position of HRI characters
ASCII
GS
H
n
Hex
1D
48
n
Decimal 29
72
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 3, 48 ≤ n ≤ 51
n=0
[Description] • Selects the print position of HRI characters when printing a bar code.
n
Print position
0, 48 Not printed.
1, 49 Above the bar code.
2, 50 Below the bar code.
3, 51 Both above and below the bar code.
GS I n
[Name]
Transmit printer ID
[Format]
ASCII
GS
I
n
Hex
1D
49
n
Decimal 29
73
n
n = 1, 2, 49, 50 [the printer ID]
n = 33, 96 [printer information A]
65 ≤ n ≤ 69 [printer information B]
[Range]
[Description] • Transmits the printer ID or printer information.
• Transmits the printer ID specified.
n
Type of printer ID
ID
1, 49 Printer model ID
Hexadecimal: 4A / Decimal: 74
2, 50 Type ID
See table [Type ID].
[Type ID]
Bit
Off/On
0
Off
1
On
2
Off
3
-4
Off
5, 6
-7
Off
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Autocutter installed.
DM-D series customer display not connected.
Reserved.
Fixed.
Reserved.
Fixed.
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Transmits the printer information A specified.
n
Type of printer information
Contents
33
Type information
See table [Type information].
96
DIP switches information
See table [DIP switch information].
The type information is the tow bytes that follow:
[Type information (First byte)]
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Contents
0
Off
00
0
Multi-byte code characters not supported.
1
On
02
2
Autocutter installed.
2
Off
00
0
DM-D series customer display not connected.
3-5
---Reserved.
6
On
40
64
Fixed.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
[Type information (Second byte)]
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
0-5
---Reserved.
6
On
40
64
Fixed.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
Contents
[DIP switch information]
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
0
---Reserved.
1
Off
00
0
DIP SW 1-2: Off
On
02
2
DIP SW 1-2: On
2, 3
---Reserved.
4
Off
00
0
DIP SW 2: Off
On
10
16
DIP SW 2: On
5
---Reserved.
6
On
40
64
Fixed.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
•
[Note]
Contents
Transmits the printer information B specified.
n
Type of printer information
Contents
65
Firmware version
Depends on firmware version.
66
Manufacturer
“EPSON”
67
Printer name
“TM-P60”
68
Product ID
Serial number.
69
Type of mounted additional Japanese model: “KANJI JAPANESE”
fonts
Traditional Chinese model: “TAIWAN BIG-5”
• When this command is transmitted, the data following must not be transmitted until the
status is received.
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GS L nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
Set left margin
ASCII
GS
Hex
1D
Decimal 29
[Range]
0 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 65535
[Default]
(nL + nH × 256) = 0
L
4C
76
nL
nL
nL
nH
nH
nH
(0 ≤ nL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ nH ≤ 255)
(nL = 0, nH = 0)
[Description] • In standard mode, sets the left margin to [(nL + nH × 256) × (horizontal motion unit)].
<A> GS V m
<B> GS V m n
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Select cut mode and cut paper
<A> ASCII
GS
V
Hex
1D
56
Decimal
29
86
<B> ASCII
GS
V
Hex
1D
56
Decimal
29
86
<A> m = 0, 1, 48, 49
<B> m = 65, 66, 0 ≤ n ≤ 255
m
m
m
m n
m n
m n
[Description] • Executes paper cutting specified by m.
m
Function
<A>
0, 48 Cuts paper.
1, 49
<B> 65, 66 Feeds paper to (cutting position + [n × (vertical motion unit)])
and cuts the paper.
[Note]
• This printer executes a partial cut (one point left uncut).
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GS W nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
Set print area width
ASCII
GS
W
Hex
1D
57
Decimal 29
87
[Range]
0 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 65535
[Default]
(nL + nH × 256) = 420
(nL + nH × 256) = 432
nL
nL
nL
nH
nH
nH
(0 ≤ nL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ nH ≤ 255)
(nL = 164, nH = 1)
(nL = 176, nH = 1)
[when 58 mm paper width is selected]
[when 60 mm paper width is selected]
[Description] • In standard mode, sets the print area width to [(nL + nH × 256) × (horizontal motion
unit)].
GS \ nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
Set relative vertical print position in page mode
ASCII
GS
\
n L nH
Hex
1D
5C
n L nH
Decimal 29
92
n L nH
[Range]
-32768 ≤ (nL + nH × 256) ≤ 32767
[Description] • In page mode, moves the vertical print position to [(nL + nH × 256) × (vertical or
horizontal motion unit)] from the current position.
• A positive number specifies downward movement, and a negative number specifies
upward movement.
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GS a n
[Name]
[Format]
Enable/disable Automatic Status Back (ASB)
ASCII
GS
a
n
Hex
1D
61
n
Decimal 29
97
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n = 255
[Description] • Enables or disables basic ASB (Automatic Status Back).
(n)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Function
0
On
01
1
Reserved.
1
Off
00
0
Online/offline status disabled.
On
02
2
Online/offline status enabled.
2
Off
00
0
Error status disabled.
On
04
4
Error status enabled.
3
Off
00
0
Roll paper sensor status disabled.
On
08
8
Roll paper sensor status enabled.
4, 5
On
30
48
Reserved.
6
Off
00
0
Panel button status disabled.
On
40
64
Panel button status enabled.
7
On
80
128
Reserved.
• While basic ASB is active, the selected enabled basic ASB status is transmitted
whenever the status changes.
• The basic ASB status to be transmitted is the four bytes that follow:
• First byte (printer information)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Status
0, 1
Off
00
0
Fixed.
2
Off
00
0
Does not go offline by low battery.
On
04
4
Offline by low battery.
3
Off
00
0
Online.
On
08
8
Offline.
4
On
10
16
Fixed.
5
Off
00
0
Cover is closed.
On
20
32
Cover is open.
6
Off
00
0
Paper is not being fed by the paper FEED
button.
On
40
64
Paper is being fed by the paper FEED button.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
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Second byte (printer information)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
0
---1
Off
00
0
On
02
2
2
---3
Off
00
0
On
08
8
4
Off
00
0
5
Off
00
0
On
20
32
6
Off
00
0
On
40
64
7
Off
00
0
Status
Reserved.
Paper FEED button is turned off.
Paper FEED button is turned on.
Reserved.
No autocutter error.
Autocutter error occurred.
Fixed.
No unrecoverable error.
Unrecoverable error occurred.
No automatically recoverable error.
Automatically recoverable error occurred.
Fixed.
Third byte (paper sensor information)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Status
0, 1
---Reserved.
2, 3
Off
00
0
Roll paper end sensor: paper present.
On
0C
12
Roll paper end sensor: paper not present.
4
Off
00
0
Fixed.
5, 6
---Reserved.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
Bits 2 and 3: While the roll cover is opening, this shows the state when the cover was
still closed.
•
•
Fourth byte (paper sensor information)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
0-3
---Reserved.
4
Off
00
0
Fixed.
5, 6
---Reserved.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
Status
GS b n
[Name]
[Format]
Turn smoothing mode on/off
ASCII
GS
b
n
Hex
1D
62
n
Decimal 29
98
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
[Description] • Turns smoothing mode on or off.
• When the LSB of n is 0, smoothing mode is turned off.
• When the LSB of n is 1, smoothing mode is turned on.
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GS f n
[Name]
[Format]
Select font for HRI characters
ASCII
GS
f
n
Hex
1D
66
n
Decimal 29
102 n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 2, 48 ≤ n ≤ 50
n=0
[Description] • Selects a font for the HRI characters when printing a bar code.
n
Font for the HRI characters
0, 48 Character font A (12 × 24)
1, 49 Character font B (10 × 24)
2, 50 Character font C (8 × 16)
GS g 0 m nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Initialize maintenance counter
ASCII
GS
g
0
m nL nH
Hex
1D
67
30
m nL nH
Decimal 29
103 48
m nL nH
m=0
(nL + nH × 256) = 20, 21, 50, 70 (nL = 20, 21, 50, 70, nH = 0)
[Description] • Sets the resettable maintenance counter specified by (nL + nH × 256) to 0.
(nL + nH × 256)
Hex
Decimal
Maintenance counter [Units]
14
20
Number of line feeds. [Lines]
15
21
Number of times head is energized. [Times]
32
50
Number of autocutter operations. [Times].
46
70
Printer operation time. [Hours].
[Notes]
• Frequent write command executions by an NV memory write command may damage
the NV memory. Therefore, it is recommended to write to the NV memory less than
10 times a day.
• If the power is turned off or the printer is reset via an interface while this command is
being executed, the printer may go into an abnormal condition. Be careful not to turn
the power off or let the printer be reset via an interface while this command is being
executed.
• While processing this command, the printer is BUSY while writing the data to the NV
memory and stops receiving data. Therefore, be sure not to transmit data, including
the real-time commands while the printer is BUSY.
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GS g 2 m nL nH
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Transmit maintenance counter
ASCII
GS
g
2
m nL nH
Hex
1D
67
32
m nL nH
Decimal 29
103 50
m nL nH
m=0
(nL + nH × 256) = 20, 21, 50, 70 (nL = 20, 21, 50, 70, nH = 0)
(nL + nH × 256) = 148, 149, 178, 198 (nL = 148, 149, 178, 198, nH = 0)
[Description] • Transmits the value of the maintenance counter specified by (nL + nH × 256).
(nL + nH × 256)
Hex
Decimal
Maintenance counter [Units]
Kind of counter
14
20
Number of line feeds. [Lines]
Resettable
15
21
Number of times head is energized. [Times]
(can be reset)
32
50
Number of autocutter operations. [Times].
46
70
Printer operation time. [Hours].
94
95
B2
C6
[Notes]
148
149
178
198
Number of line feeds. [Lines]
Number of times head is energized. [Times]
Number of autocutter operations. [Times].
Printer operation time. [Hours].
Cumulative
• The maintenance counter values are measurements; therefore, their values will be
affected by the timing of errors and how and when the power is turned off.
• When this command is transmitted, the data following must not be transmitted until the
status is received.
GS h n
[Name]
[Format]
Set bar code height
ASCII
GS
h
Hex
1D
68
Decimal 29
104
[Range]
[Default]
1 ≤ n ≤ 255
n = 162
n
n
n
[Description] • Sets the height of the bar code to n dots.
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<A> GS k m d1...dk NUL
<B> GS k m n d1...dn
[Name]
[Format]
Print bar code
<A> ASCII
Hex
Decimal
<B> ASCII
Hex
Decimal
[Range]
<A> 0 ≤ m ≤ 6 (k and d see [Description])
<B> 65 ≤ m ≤ 73 (n and d see [Description])
GS
1D
29
GS
1D
29
k
6B
107
k
6B
107
m
m
m
m
m
m
d1...dk NUL
d1...dk 00
d1...dk 0
n d1...dn
n d1...dn
n d1...dn
[Description] • Prints the bar code using the bar code system specified by m.
For <Function A>
m
Bar code system
Range of k
Range of d
0
UPC-A
k = 11, 12
48 ≤ d ≤ 57
1
UPC-E
k = 11, 12
48 ≤ d ≤ 57 [where d1 = 48]
2
JAN13 / EAN13
k = 12, 13
48 ≤ d ≤ 57
3
JAN8 / EAN8
k = 7, 8
48 ≤ d ≤ 57
4
CODE39
1≤k
48 ≤ d ≤ 57, 65 ≤ d ≤ 90,
d = 32,36,37,42,43,45,46,47
5
ITF
2 ≤ k (even number) 48 ≤ d ≤ 57
6
CODABAR
2≤k
48 ≤ d ≤ 57, 65 ≤ d ≤ 68,
(NW-7)
97 ≤ d ≤ 100, d = 36,43,45,46,47,58
[where 65 ≤ d1 ≤ 68, 65 ≤ dk ≤ 68,
97 ≤ d1 ≤ 100, 97 ≤ dk ≤ 100]
•
•
k of <Function A> is used to indicate the number of bytes of bar code data.
d specifies the bar code data.
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m
Bar code system
65 UPC-A
66 UPC-E
67 JAN13 / EAN13
68 JAN8 / EAN8
69 CODE39
70
ITF
71
CODABAR
(NW-7)
72
73
CODE93
CODE128
Range of n
n = 11, 12
n = 11, 12
n = 12, 13
n = 7, 8
1≤ n ≤ 255
2 ≤ n ≤ 254
(even number)
2 ≤ n ≤ 255
1 ≤ n ≤ 255
2 ≤ n ≤ 255
Range of d
48 ≤ d ≤ 57
48 ≤ d ≤ 57 [where d1 = 48]
48 ≤ d ≤ 57
48 ≤ d ≤ 57
48 ≤ d ≤ 57, 65≤ d ≤ 90,
d = 32,36,37,42, 43,45,46,47
48 ≤ d ≤ 57
48 ≤ d ≤ 57, 65 ≤ d ≤ 68,
97 ≤ d ≤ 100, d = 36,43,45,46,47,58
[where 65 ≤ d1 ≤ 68, 65 ≤ dn ≤ 68,
97 ≤ d1 ≤ 100, 97 ≤ dn ≤ 100]
0 ≤ d ≤ 127
0 ≤ d ≤ 127
[where d1 = 123, 65 ≤ d2 ≤ 67]
n of <Function B> specifies the number of bytes of bar code data.
• d specifies the bar code data.
•
[Note]
• Consider that a quiet zone (left or right side space area, depending on the bar code
specifications) must be ensured for bar code printing.
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GS r n
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Transmit status
ASCII
GS
Hex
1D
Decimal 29
n = 1, 49
r
72
114
n
n
n
[Description] • Transmits the status.
n
Function
1, 49 Transmits paper sensor status.
• This printer transmits the following status.
• Paper sensor status (n = 1, 49)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Status
0, 1
---Reserved.
2, 3
Off
00
0
Roll paper end sensor: paper present.
On
0C
12
Roll paper end sensor: paper not present.
4
Off
00
0
Fixed.
5, 6
---Reserved.
7
Off
00
0
Fixed.
Bits 2 and 3: While the roll cover is opening, this shows the state when the roll cover
was still closed (this command cannot be executed).
[Note]
• When this command is transmitted, the data following must not be transmitted until
this status is received.
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GS w n
[Name]
[Format]
Set bar code width
ASCII
GS
w
Hex
1D
77
Decimal 29
119
[Range]
[Default]
2≤n≤6
n=3
n
n
n
[Description] • Sets the horizontal size of the bar code.
Multi-level bar code
Binary-level bar code
n
Module width (mm) Thin element width (mm) Thick element width (mm)
2
0.250
0.250
0.625
3
0.375
0.375
1.000
4
0.500
0.500
1.250
5
0.625
0.625
1.625
6
0.750
0.750
2.000
Multi-level bar codes are as follows:
UPC-A, UPC-E, JAN13 / EAN13, JAN8 / EAN8, CODE93, and CODE128
• Binary-level bar codes are as follows:
CODE39, ITF, and CODABAR
•
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(for Japanese Model and Traditional Chinese Model)
FS ! n
[Name]
[Format]
Select print mode(s) for Kanji characters
ASCII
FS
!
n
Hex
1C
21
n
Decimal 28
33
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
[Description] • Selects the character styles (double-height, double-width, and Kanji-underlined)
together for multi-byte code character.
(n)
Bit
Off/On
Hex
Decimal
Function
0, 1
Off
00
0
Reserved.
2
Off
00
0
Double-width canceled.
On
04
4
Double-width selected.
3
Off
00
0
Double-height canceled.
On
08
8
Double-height selected.
4-6
Off
00
0
Reserved.
7
Off
00
0
Kanji-underline mode is turned off.
On
80
128
Kanji-underline mode is turned on.
FS &
[Name]
[Format]
Select Kanji character mode
ASCII
FS
&
Hex
1C
26
Decimal 28
38
[Description] • Selects Kanji character mode.
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FS ( A pL pH fn [parameters]
[Name]
Select Kanji character style(s)
[Description] • Selects the multi-byte code character style.
• pL, pH specify (pL + pH × 256) as the number of bytes after pH (fn and [parameters]).
• fn specifies the function.
• [parameters] specify the process of each function.
Function
fn
48
Format
FS ( A pL pH fn m
No.
48
Function name
Select Kanji character font.
<Function 48> FS ( A pL pH fn m (fn = 48)
[Name]
[Format]
Select Kanji character font
ASCII
FS
(
A
Hex
1C
28
41
Decimal 28
40
65
[Range]
(pL + pH × 256) = 2 (pL = 2, pH = 0)
fn = 48
0 ≤ m ≤ 2, 48 ≤ m ≤ 50
m=0
[Default]
pL
pL
pL
pH
pH
pH
fn
fn
fn
m
m
m
[Description] • Selects multi-byte code character font (Kanji character font).
m
Kanji character font
0, 48 Kanji character font A (24 × 24)
1, 49 Kanji character font B (20 × 24)
2, 50 Kanji character font C (16 × 16)
[Note]
• This function is supported only in Japanese model.
FS − n
[Name]
Turn underline mode on/off for Kanji characters
[Format]
ASCII
Hex
Decimal
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 2, 48 ≤ n ≤ 50
n=0
FS
1C
28
−
2D
45
n
n
n
[Description] • Turns on or off underline mode for multi-byte code character (Kanji-underline).
n
Function
0, 48 Turns off Kanji-underline mode.
1, 49 Turns on Kanji-underline mode, set at 1-dot width.
2, 50 Turns on Kanji-underline mode, set at 2-dot width.
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FS .
[Name]
[Format]
Cancel Kanji character mode
ASCII
FS
.
Hex
1C
2E
Decimal 28
46
[Description] • Cancels Kanji character mode.
FS 2 c1 c2 d1...dk
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
Define user-defined Kanji characters
ASCII
FS
2
c1 c2 d1...dk
Hex
1C
32
c1 c2 d1...dk
Decimal 28
50
c1 c2 d1...dk
The ranges of c1 and c2 differ, depending on the models and the character code system
used.
Hexadecimal
Model
c1
c2
Japanese (JIS code)
c1 = 77
21 ≤ c2 ≤ 7E
Japanese (SHIFT JIS code)
c1 = EC
40 ≤ c2 ≤ 7E
80 ≤ c2 ≤ 9E
Traditional Chinese
c1 = FE
A1 ≤ c2 ≤ FE
0 ≤ d ≤ 255
k = 72 [when Japanese model (Kanji character font A (24 × 24) is selected)]
k = 60 [when Japanese model (Kanji character font B (20 × 24) is selected)]
k = 32 [when Japanese model (Kanji character font C (16 × 16) is selected)]
k = 72 [when Traditional Chinese model]
[Description] • Defines the user-defined Kanji character pattern (d1...dk) specified by the character
codes (c1 and c2).
FS C n
[Name]
[Format]
[Range]
[Default]
Select Kanji character code system
ASCII
FS
C
n
Hex
1C
43
n
Decimal 28
67
n
n = 0, 1, 48, 49
n=0
[Description] • Selects a Kanji character code system for the Japanese model.
n
Kanji character code system
0, 48 JIS code
1, 49 SHIFT JIS code
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FS S n1 n2
[Name]
[Format]
Set Kanji character spacing
ASCII
FS
S
n1
Hex
1C
53
n1
Decimal 28
83
n1
[Range]
0 ≤ n1 ≤ 255
0 ≤ n2 ≤ 255
n1 = 0, n2 = 0
[Default]
n2
n2
n2
[Description] • Sets the left-side character spacing of the multi-byte code character to [n1 ×
(horizontal or vertical motion unit)]; sets the right-side character spacing of the
multi-byte code character to [n2 × (horizontal or vertical motion unit)].
FS W n
[Name]
[Format]
Turn quadruple-size mode on/off for Kanji characters
ASCII
FS
W
n
Hex
1C
57
n
Decimal 28
87
n
[Range]
[Default]
0 ≤ n ≤ 255
n=0
[Description] • Turns quadruple-size mode on or off for multi-byte code character.
• When the LSB of n is 0, quadruple-size mode is turned off.
• When the LSB of n is 1, quadruple-size mode is turned on.
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APPENDIX A: MISCELLANEOUS NOTES
A.1 Notes on Printing and Paper Feeding
1) Because the TM-P60 series printer is a line printer, it automatically feeds paper after printing
the data.
Therefore, when the line spacing for one line is set to a smaller value than the height of the
print data, paper may be fed more than the set amount just to print the data.
Table A.1 Paper Feeding Amount (ANK Model)
Required paper feeding amount (dots)
Font A
24 × number of times enlarged vertically
Font B
24 × number of times enlarged vertically
Font C
16 × number of times enlarged vertically
Table A.2 Paper Feeding Amount (Japanese Model)
Required paper feeding amount (dots)
Font A
24 × number of times enlarged vertically
Font B
24 × number of times enlarged vertically
Font C
16 × number of times enlarged vertically
Kanji font A
24 × number of times enlarged vertically
Kanji font B
24 × number of times enlarged vertically
Kanji font C
16 × number of times enlarged vertically
2) When the printer goes to the standby (data-waiting) state during printing, it temporarily stops
printing and feeding paper. When data is transmitted and printing is executed, paper may
shift 1 to 3 dots from the print starting position, which especially affects graphics.
3) Interval of autocutting operation in the receipt section
For driving the autocutter of the receipt section, the interval should be a minimum of 10 lines
of printing or paper feeding (to prevent small pieces of cut paper from dropping into the
autocutter).
A.2 Notes on Printer Installation
• Connect the external power supply to the power supply connector of the printer. Then plug in
the external power supply and turn it on if necessary. Be sure not to connect the external
power supply with the wrong polarity. If it is connected incorrectly, the internal circuit fuse of
the printer may be blown or the external power supply may be damaged.
• Both high and low voltage errors are shown in Table 3.6.3. The flashing patterns are shown
in the table.
• When either a high or low voltage error occurs, turn off the power as soon as possible.
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A.3 Other Notes
1) Printer mechanism handling
• Do not pull the paper out when the cover is closed.
• Because the thermal elements of the print head and driver IC are easy to break, do not
touch them with any metal objects.
• Since the areas around the print head become very hot during and just after printing, do not
touch them.
• Do not use the cover open button except when necessary, since the printer mechanism
may be damaged.
• Do not touch the surface of the print head because dust and dirt can stick to the surface and
damage the elements.
• Thermal paper containing a great deal of Na+, K+, and Cl- ions can harm the print head
thermal elements. Therefore, be sure to use only the specified paper.
2) Thermal paper handling
Notes on using thermal paper
Chemicals and oil on thermal paper may cause discoloration and faded printing.
Therefore, pay attention to the following:
a) Use water paste, starch paste, polyvinyl paste, or CMC paste when gluing thermal
paper.
b) Volatile organic solvents such as alcohol, ester, and ketone can cause discoloration.
c) Some adhesive tapes may cause discoloration or faded printing.
d) If thermal paper touches anything which includes phthalic acid ester plasticizer for a
long time, it can reduce the image formation ability of the paper and can cause the
printed image to fade. Therefore, when storing thermal paper in a card case or
sample notebook, be sure to use only products made from polyethylene,
polypropylene, or polyester.
e) If thermal paper touches diazo copy paper immediately after copying, the printed
surface may be discolored.
f) Thermal paper must not be stored with the printed surfaces against each other,
because the printing may be transferred between the surfaces.
g) If the surface of thermal paper is scratched with a hard metal object such as a nail,
the paper may become discolored.
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Notes on thermal paper storage
• Since color development begins at 70°C {158°F}, thermal paper should be protected
from high temperatures, humidity, and light, both before and after printing.
a) Store paper away from high temperatures and humidity.
Do not store thermal paper near a heater or in enclosed places exposed to direct
sunlight.
b) Avoid direct light.
Extended exposure to direct light may cause discoloration or faded printing.
• When the printer is not used for one week or more, it is recommended not to leave the
thermal paper between the platen and the print head.
3) Others
• Because this printer uses plated steel, the cutting edges may be subject to rust.
However, this does not affect the printer performance.
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APPENDIX B: PRINTER CLEANING
B.1 Cleaning Print Head
Paper dust on the heating elements may lower the print quality. In this case, clean the print head
as follows:
1) Open the printer cover.
2) Clean the thermal elements of the print head using a cotton swab moistened with an alcohol
solvent (ethanol, methanol, IPA).
NOTES: 1. Do not touch the print head thermal elements.
2. Do not scratch the print head.
3) Insert roll paper and close the print head.
NOTE: The print head becomes very hot just after printing and is very dangerous. Be sure
to allow the print head to cool down (after printing) before cleaning it. Also, be sure
to turn off the printer power before cleaning the print head and turn on after the
alcohol salvent is dried out completely.
Thermal Head
Paper sensor
Platen roller
Figure B.1 Print Head Thermal Elements
(*) Depending on the roll paper used, paper dust may stick to the platen roller and paper
sensor. To remove the paper dust, clean the platen roller and roll paper end sensor with a
cotton swab moistened with water.
Also, be sure to turn on the printer power after water is dried out completely.
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B.2 Cleaning the Autocutter
If the adhesive agent on the labels sticks to the autocutter, it may dull the blade. In this case, clean
the blade as described below:
1) Be sure that the printer is turned off. Open the roll paper cover.
2) Collect and remove accumulated adhesive materials with a flathead screwdriver.
Adhesive Materials on the Blade
Removing Adhesive Materials with Flathead Screwdriver
Warning:
Be sure not to touch the edge of the autocutter directly with your fingers; otherwise,
your fingers might be injured.
NOTE: Be sure to remove as much of the adhesive agent as possible from the cutter blade edge,
but you do not need to polish the blade until it is absolutely clean. It is recommended not
to use an alcohol solvent. If an alcohol solvent is used, the adhesive agent might begin to
be dissolved, which can reduce the efficiency of the printer.
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APPENDIX C: CODE128 BAR CODE
C.1 Description of the CODE128 Bar Code
In CODE128 bar code system, it is possible to represent 128 ASCII characters and 2-digit
numerals using one bar code character that is defined by combining one of the 103 bar code
characters and 3 code sets. Each code set is used for representing the following characters:
• Code set A: ASCII characters 00H to 5FH
• Code set B: ASCII characters 20H to 7FH
• Code set C: 2-digit numeral characters using one character (100 numerals from 00 to 99)
The following special characters are also available in CODE128:
• SHIFT characters
In code set A, the character just after SHIFT is processed as a character for code set B. In
code set B, the character just after SHIFT is processed as the character for code set A.
SHIFT characters cannot be used in code set C.
• Code set selection character (CODE A, CODE B, CODE C)
This character switches the following code set to code set A, B, or C.
• Function character (FNC1, FNC2, FNC3, FNC4)
The usage of function characters depends on the application software. In code set C, only
FNC1 is available.
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C.2 Code Tables
1) Printable characters in code set A
Transmit Data
Character
Hex
Decimal Character
NUL
00
0
(
SOH
01
1
)
STX
02
2
*
ETX
03
3
+
EOT
04
4
,
ENQ
05
5
ACK
06
6
.
BEL
07
7
/
BS
08
8
0
HT
09
9
1
LF
0A
10
2
VT
0B
11
3
FF
0C
12
4
CR
0D
13
5
SO
0E
14
6
SI
0F
15
7
DLE
10
16
8
DC1
11
17
9
DC2
12
18
:
DC3
13
19
;
DC4
14
20
<
NAK
15
21
=
SYN
16
22
>
ETB
17
23
?
CAN
18
24
@
EM
19
25
A
SUB
1A
26
B
ESC
1B
27
C
FS
1C
28
D
GS
1D
29
E
RS
1E
30
F
US
1F
31
G
SP
20
32
H
!
21
33
I
"
22
34
J
#
23
35
K
$
24
36
L
%
25
37
M
&
26
38
N
'
27
39
O
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Transmit Data
Hex
Decimal
28
40
29
41
2A
42
2B
43
2C
44
2D
45
2E
46
2F
47
30
48
31
49
32
50
33
51
34
52
35
53
36
54
37
55
38
56
39
57
3A
58
3B
59
3C
60
3D
61
3E
62
3F
63
40
64
41
65
42
66
43
67
44
68
45
69
46
70
47
71
48
72
49
73
4A
74
4B
75
4C
76
4D
77
4E
78
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R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
FNC1
FNC2
FNC3
FNC4
SHIFT
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Decimal
50
80
51
81
52
82
53
83
54
84
55
85
56
86
57
87
58
88
59
89
5A
90
5B
91
5C
92
5D
93
5E
94
5F
95
7B,31 123,49
7B,32 123,50
7B,33 123,51
7B,34 123,52
7B,53 123,83
7B,42 123,66
7B,43 123,67
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2) Printable characters in code set B
Transmit Data
Character
Hex
Decimal Character
SP
20
32
H
!
21
33
I
"
22
34
J
#
23
35
K
$
24
36
L
%
25
37
M
&
26
38
N
'
27
39
O
(
28
40
P
)
29
41
Q
*
2A
42
R
+
2B
43
S
,
2C
44
T
_
2D
45
U
.
2E
46
V
/
2F
47
W
0
30
48
X
1
31
49
Y
2
32
50
Z
3
33
51
[
4
34
52
\
5
35
53
]
6
36
54
^
7
37
55
_
8
38
56
`
9
39
57
a
:
3A
58
b
;
3B
59
c
<
3C
60
d
=
3D
61
e
>
3E
62
f
?
3F
63
g
@
40
64
h
A
41
65
i
B
42
66
j
C
43
67
k
D
44
68
l
E
45
69
m
F
46
70
n
G
47
71
o
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Transmit Data
Hex
Decimal
48
72
49
73
4A
74
4B
75
4C
76
4D
77
4E
78
4F
79
50
80
51
81
52
82
53
83
54
84
55
85
56
86
57
87
58
88
59
89
5A
90
5B
91
5C
92
5D
93
5E
94
5F
95
60
96
61
97
62
98
63
99
64
100
65
101
66
102
67
103
68
104
69
105
6A
106
6B
107
6C
108
6D
109
6E
110
6F
111
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p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
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—
DEL
FNC1
FNC2
FNC3
FNC4
SHIFT
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CODEC
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Decimal
70
112
71
113
72
114
73
115
74
116
75
117
76
118
77
119
78
120
79
121
7A
122
7B,7B 123,123
7C
124
7D
125
7E
126
7F
127
7B,31 123,49
7B,32 123,50
7B,33 123,51
7B,34 123,52
7B,53 123,83
7B,41 123,66
7B,43 123,67
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3) Printable characters in code set C
Transmit Data
Character
Hex
Decimal Character
00
00
0
40
01
01
1
41
02
02
2
42
03
03
3
43
04
04
4
44
05
05
5
45
06
06
6
46
07
07
7
47
08
08
8
48
09
09
9
49
10
0A
10
50
11
0B
11
51
12
0C
12
52
13
0D
13
53
14
0E
14
54
15
0F
15
55
16
10
16
56
17
11
17
57
18
12
18
58
19
13
19
59
20
14
20
60
21
15
21
61
22
16
22
62
23
17
23
63
24
18
24
64
25
19
25
65
26
1A
26
66
27
1B
27
67
28
1C
28
68
29
1D
29
69
30
1E
30
70
31
1F
31
71
32
20
32
72
33
21
33
73
34
22
34
74
35
23
35
75
36
24
36
76
37
25
37
77
38
26
38
78
39
27
39
79
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Hex
Decimal
28
40
29
41
2A
42
2B
43
2C
44
2D
45
2E
46
2F
47
30
48
31
49
32
50
33
51
34
52
35
53
36
54
37
55
38
56
39
57
3A
58
3B
59
3C
60
3D
61
3E
62
3F
63
40
64
41
65
42
66
43
67
44
68
45
69
46
70
47
71
48
72
49
73
4A
74
4B
75
4C
76
4D
77
4E
78
4F
79
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Character
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
FNC1
CODEA
CODEB
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Hex
Decimal
50
80
51
81
52
82
53
83
54
84
55
85
56
86
57
87
58
88
59
89
5A
90
5B
91
5C
92
5D
93
5E
94
5F
95
60
96
61
97
62
98
63
99
7B,31 123,49
7B,41 123,65
7B,42 123,66
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APPENDIX D: NOTES ON UPDATING THE MAINTENANCE
COUNTER AND TURNING THE PRINTER’S
POWER OFF
D.1 About updating the maintenance counter
• This printer has a maintenance counter function, as described in the command description for
GS g 0 and GS g 2.
• The values of the maintenance counter are automatically stored in the NV memory every 2
minutes when the printer is operating.
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APPENDIX E: NOTES ON USING THE ASB STATUS
Any accumulated ASB status signals left for transmission from the last to the newest ASB status
transmission shall be transmitted together at one time as one ASB status, showing the presence
of change (a), followed by the latest ASB status (b).
Example: In the normal (wait) state, the ASB status is configured as follows.
First Status
Second Status Third Status
0001 0000
0000 0000
0000 0000
Fourth Status
0000 1111
When a sequence of operations is performed,
1) the printer cover is opened, 2) the paper is removed, then the printer cover is
closed, 3) the printer cover is opened, and then 4) the printer cover is closed, the
printer sends the ASB as follows:
First Status
Second Status Third Status
Fourth Status
1)
0011 1000
0000 0000
0000 0000
0000 1111
Near end detection
2)
0001 1000
0000 0000
0000 1100
0000 1111
The printer cover is opened.
3)
0011 1000
0000 0000
0000 1100
0000 1111
The printer cover is closed.
4)
0001 1000
0000 0000
0000 1100
0000 1111
The printer cover is closed.
When the ASB status is received following this, a total of eight (8) bytes of ASB will
be transmitted as follows.
First Status
(a)
0011 1000
First Status
(b)
Second Status Third Status
0000 0000
0001 1000
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Second Status Third Status
0000 0000
0000 1100
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Fourth Status
0000 1111
Fourth Status
0000 1111
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APPENDIX F: NOTES ON USING THE ROLL PAPER
SPACER FOR THE 58-MM PAPER WIDTH
1) Removing the roll paper spacer
Pull the part B in the figure below while pushing the part A with the tools such as flathead
screwdriver toward the arrow so that the spacer can be removed.
B
A
2) Installing the roll paper spacer
Insert the part C of the spacer to the part D of the printer, then insert the part E of the spacer
to the part F of the printer.
E
C
D
F
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APPENDIX G: NOTES ON USING THE BELT CLIP
1) Removing the belt clip
When the printer is used horizontally, it is recommended to remove the belt clip.
To remove the belt clip, remove two screws as the figure below shows.
Screws
2) About the fixing screw for the belt clip
When the belt clip is provided by the user, it is recommended to use the screw type as shown
below. Take in consideration that the screw may not reach enough depending on the
thickness of the belt clip.
Recommended fixing screw: C.P.T – B screw (3 × 12)
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APPENDIX H: NOTES ON THE SERIAL CABLE
When the serial cable is connected to the printer, do not stress the cable. Doing so may damage
the serial cable and the serial connector.
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APPENDIX I: PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
1) When you have not used the printer more than one week, recharge before using it.
2) When you will not use the printer for a long term, remove the battery before you store the
printer.
3) You are recommended to use the printer at room temperature (10 to 30°C {50 to 86°F})
4) The indication of the remaining battery is a rough measure. You are recommended to
immediately replace the battery after the "level L" of the remaining amount has been
indicated.
5) If the "level L" is indicated soon after charging, immediately replace the battery with new
one because its life has expired. (Rough measure of the life: approximately 500 times of
charging and discharging)
6) Never use batteries other than specified one because using them is very dangerous.
7) Never use chargers other than specified one because using them is very dangerous.
8) Do not remove the battery during charging.
9) When the printer is used near a microwave, the wireless communication may be poor. In
this case, use the printer away from the microwave or change the channel to one that does
not interfere.
10) When a battery charging error is indicated, immediately remove the AC adapter and the
battery. Do not use the battery because it may be out of order.
11) Charging time differs depending on the environment and the battery itself.
12) Charging LED may not light up if the battery is not installed properly. Remove the battery
and install it again.
13) Do not unplug the AC adapter during printing regardless of the amount of the remaining
battery.
14) Print density may differ depending on the environment or battery amount (voltage).
15) When the temperature differs between the battery and the environment, the remaining
amount is not indicated correctly. You are recommended to leave the battery in the
environment where it will be used for a while before use.
16) When exchanging the battery, make sure to turn the power off in advance.
17) Be sure to use the POWER button to turn the power off. If the battery is disconnected
while the printer is operated with the battery or if the AC adapter is disconnected while the
printer is operated with the AC adapter, the wireless communication may be not work the
next time of use.
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