Avery Dennison | Monarch 9415 | System Administrator`s Guide

System
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FRESHMARX®
9415™
Labeling System
R
TC9415SA Rev. AG 8/10
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WARNING
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense.
CANADIAN D.O.C. WARNING
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions
from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications. Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de
bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques
de la classe A prescrites dans le Réglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicte
par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
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FreshMarx® and 9415 are trademarks of Avery Dennison Retail Information
Services, LLC.
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Avery Dennison Printer Systems Division
170 Monarch Lane
Miamisburg, OH 45342
TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Introduction .................................................................... 1-1
Using This Manual ....................................................... 1-1
Audience .................................................................... 1-1
About the Printer ......................................................... 1-2
Changing Printer Settings ................................................ 2-1
Configuring the Printer ................................................. 2-2
Setting the Time and Date ............................................ 2-3
Assigning a Format (Dual Printer Only) .......................... 2-5
Assigning a format to a category ................................ 2-5
Assigning a format to a printer ................................... 2-7
Selecting a Format (Single Printer Only) ........................ 2-8
Restore Factory Defaults ............................................ 2-10
Adjusting the Print Settings ........................................ 2-11
Adjusting the Distance to the Tear Bar...................... 2-11
Adjusting the Print Position ..................................... 2-12
Adjusting the Display Settings ..................................... 2-14
Changing the Password .............................................. 2-15
Formatting the Time and Date ..................................... 2-16
Setting the Manager Options ....................................... 2-17
Using the Edit Utility ....................................................... 3-1
Installing the Edit Utility ............................................... 3-2
Creating and Editing the Data File ................................. 3-3
Editing home keys .................................................... 3-3
Creating and editing product buttons .......................... 3-4
Updating with USB ....................................................... 3-6
Configuring the Network Settings .................................. 3-9
On the printer:.......................................................... 3-9
On your computer: .................................................. 3-11
Updating with Ethernet ............................................... 3-12
Updating the data file.............................................. 3-12
Updating the application .......................................... 3-12
Retrieving the Printer’s Data File................................. 3-13
Using the Factory Reset ............................................. 3-14
i
Label Formats ................................................................. A-1
Format 1 .................................................................... A-1
Format 2 .................................................................... A-2
Format 3 .................................................................... A-3
Format 4 .................................................................... A-4
Format 5 .................................................................... A-5
Format 6 .................................................................... A-6
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1
INTRODUCTION
The FreshMarx® 9415™ Labeling System
prints labels for product freshness and inventory.
Using This Manual
Following is a summary of the contents of this manual:
Chapter
Contents
1
Introduction
Information you should know
before using the printer.
2
Changing Printer
Settings
Assigning formats, setting time
and date, backlight, password,
print position, etc.
3
Using the Edit
Utility
Installing and using the Edit
Utility to create and edit product
menus, and updating the printer.
A
Label Formats
Format sizes and content fields.
Note:
You may have a custom application that
differs slightly from the examples in this
manual. The screens shown are for reference
only.
Audience
This manual is for the System Administrator who
configures and updates the printer. For information
on printing labels and printer care and maintenance,
refer to the Operator’s Handbook included with your
printer.
Introduction 1-1
About the Printer
There are five control buttons located on the right side
of the touch screen.
Button
Action
Stops/cancels the current print job.
Advances supply for the selected printer.
or
Selects which printer feeds the supply.
Printer 1 is located on the left side.
Printer 2 is located on the right side.
Note: In the single printer version, these
buttons do not function.
Enters the printer configuration menu.
The rest of the touch screen contains product buttons
that are color-coded so you can easily print the item
labels.
The product buttons and home keys are blank until
you create and load a product menu. See Chapter 3,
“Using the Edit Utility,” for information on creating and
editing product menus.
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Yellow
Red
Green
Blue
Orange
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Printer 1
Printer 2
(Dual printer onl y)
CHANGING PRINTER
SETTINGS
2
This chapter tells you how to
 set the time and date.
 assign formats (dual printer only) or select formats
(single printer only).
 restore the factory defaults.
 adjust print settings.
 adjust display settings.
 change the Manager password.
 format the time and date.
 set the Manager options.
Note:
You may have a custom application that
differs slightly from the examples in this
manual. The screens and labels shown are
for reference only.
Changing Printer Settings 2-1
Configuring the Printer
Use the Configure screen to set the date and time,
assign formats, and change system settings.
To configure the printer:
1.
Turn on the printer.
2.
Enter your Employee ID and press Enter. The ID
must be 2-10 alphanumeric characters.
Note:
The Employee login is optional. See “Setting
the Manager Options” for more information.
.
3.
Press
4.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
Note:
This screen appears differently on the single
printer version.
See the following sections to perform each task you
need.
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Setting the Time and Date
The printer contains a real-time clock. After you turn
on the printer, make sure the date and time are set
correctly.
.
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
Time
and Date
Note:
This screen appears differently in the single
printer version.
Changing Printer Settings 2-3
5.
Press Set Time/Date.
Use the left and right arrow keys to set the
month, day, year, hour and minute fields. The
day of the week is automatically set based on
the date.
Select the button for PM if necessary.
Note:
Depending on your application, your screen
may appear without the hour and minute
fields.
6.
Press OK.
7.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
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Assigning a Format (Dual Printer Only)
These instructions apply to the dual printer version
only. See “Selecting a Format” for single printer
instructions.
Assign one of the preset label formats to each menu
category, then assign those formats to a printer to
print freshness labels. See Appendix A, “Label
Formats,” for the size and content of each format.
When you assign a format to a menu category, any
labels you print in that category use the selected
format. When you assign a format to Printer 1 or
Printer 2, that format always prints on the assigned
printer. The default assignments are Format 1, Printer
1 for all categories.
Note:
If you select a format larger than the loaded
labels, some information may not print.
Assigning a format to a category
To assign a format to a menu category:
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
3.
Press Assign Format.
.
Changing Printer Settings 2-5
4.
Press Assign Format To Category.
The currently selected format number appears
across the top of the screen.
Note:
The home keys shown are for reference only.
5.
Select a format from the Format list, then press
the category for that format in the Home Key list.
Repeat for each format or category you need.
The assignments appear in the Assigned list.
6.
When you are finished, press OK.
7.
Assign the format to a printer. See “Assigning a
format to a printer” for more information.
To reset all the format/printer assignments to the
default, see “Restore Factory Defaults.”
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Assigning a format to a printer
Assign the formats you need to a category before
assigning them to a printer. See “Assigning a format
to a category” for more information.
1.
From the Configure screen, press Assign Format.
2.
Press Assign Format To Printer.
3.
Select a format from the Format# list, then press
P1 (Printer 1) or P2 (Printer 2) from the Printer#
list. Repeat for each format you need. The
assignments appear in the Assigned Fmt/Prn list.
4.
When you are finished, press OK. The
configuration is saved.
5.
Press Return until you see the product menu. Your
assigned format and printer appears in the status
bar.
To reset all the format/printer assignments to the
default, see “Restore Factory Defaults.”
Changing Printer Settings 2-7
Selecting a Format (Single Printer Only)
These instructions apply to the single printer version
only. See “Assigning a Format” for dual printer
instructions.
Select one of the preset label formats for your
freshness label. See Appendix A, “Label Formats” for
the size and content of each format.
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
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3.
Press Select Format.
4.
Press the button of the format you need.
The currently selected format number appears
across the top of the screen.
Note:
If you select a format larger than the loaded
labels, some information may not print.
5.
Press OK.
6.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
The label format number appears on the status bar at
the top of the product menu screen.
Changing Printer Settings 2-9
Restore Factory Defaults
You can reset all the format/printer assignments to the
default setting (Format 1, Printer 1 for all categories).
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
3.
Press Assign Format.
4.
Press Restore Factory Defaults. The default
values are restored.
5.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
.
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Adjusting the Print Settings
You can set the distance the labels feed past the tear
bar to remove the labels and the print position. The
adjustments are in 0.01-inch increments and the
default is 0.25.
Adjusting the Distance to the Tear Bar
1.
Press
.
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
3.
Press System Settings.
4.
Press Print Settings.
Changing Printer Settings 2-11
Use the buttons as follows:
Button
Function
Tear bar+
Feeds labels further past the tear bar.
Tear bar–
Feeds labels closer to the tear bar.
Factory
Defaults
Returns to the default settings.
5.
When you are finished, press OK.
6.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
Adjusting the Print Position
You can adjust the horizontal (X) and vertical (Y)
position of the text on a label. The adjustments are in
dots (0.0049 inch) and the defaults are +10 for
horizontal and +5 for vertical.
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
3.
Press System Settings.
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4.
Press Print Settings.
Use the buttons as follows:
Button
Function
X Print Position+
Moves printed text right.
X Print Position–
Moves printed text left.
Y Print Position+
Moves printed text up.
Y Print Position-
Moves printed text down.
Rotate print
Toggles printed text upside
down or right side up. Default
is right side up.
Factory Defaults
Returns to the default settings.
5.
When you are finished, press OK.
6.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
Changing Printer Settings 2-13
Adjusting the Display Settings
To adjust the screen contrast and backlight:
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter. The
default password is 1234. The Configure screen
appears.
3.
Press System Settings.
4.
Press Display Settings.
5.
Use your finger to move the block to the desired
adjustment for backlight and contrast.
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6.
The display changes while you slide the block
across the bar. Check the visibility of the colored
keys while you change these settings.
7.
Press OK.
8.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
Changing the Password
A password is required to make any changes to the
printer settings or product screens. To change the
Manager Password:
.
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
3.
Press System Settings.
4.
Press Change Password.
5.
Enter the new password. As you enter the new
password, it appears on the screen.
6.
Press Enter. You return to the Configure screen.
Note:
If you forget the Manager Password, enter
password 5675 . The configure screen
appears. Follow the instructions in this
section to reset the password.
Changing Printer Settings 2-15
7.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
Formatting the Time and Date
To specify how the time and date appear on freshness
labels:
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
3.
Press System Settings.
4.
Press Format Time/Date.
5.
Select the button for 24 Hour time format if
necessary. Using 24 hour time format, 2:00 PM
prints as 14:00.
6.
Select the date format. Options include
mm/dd/yy; dd/mm/yy; yy/mm/dd, and yy/dd/mm.
7.
Press OK. The time and date formatting is saved.
8.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
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Setting the Manager Options
Three new Manager options are available:
Disable
Employee
login
Does not prompt for employee login,
display employee login on the screen, or
print employee login on freshness labels.
Recreate
Label
Users may need to reprint a freshness
label if a label is torn or missing from a
product. The user enters the original Use
By time and date.
Note: An asterisk (*) prints after the date
or time, indicating a reprinted
label.
“End of
Day”
expiration
mode
Prints freshness labels or use-first labels
with the words “End of Day” and the date,
no time. Use for products that expire at
the end of each day or in a set number of
days from the first use. End of day
expiration mode expires earlier than the
normal date/time mode.
Enter product expiration values in
multiples of 1 day. For example, 1 day
expires today; 2 days expires tomorrow,
etc. For more information about
expiration dates, see the table below.
Note:
Mode
If the expiration time contains
any hours and/or minutes, the
printer uses normal date/time
mode for that product.
1 Day
Expiration
2 Day
Expiration
3 Day
Expiration
Normal Date/Time Mode
Current date/time:
Nov. 16 10 AM
10 AM
11/17/09
10 AM
11/18/09
10 AM
11/19/09
End of Day Expiration Mode
Current Date: Nov. 16
End of Day
11/16/09
End of Day
11/17/09
End of Day
11/18/09
Changing Printer Settings 2-17
To disable employee login, enable recreating a label
or use “end of day” expiration mode:
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter. The
default password is 1234. The Configure screen
appears.
3.
Press Options.
4.
Select the buttons to disable employee login,
recreate an old label, or use “end of day”
expiration mode.
5.
Press OK.
6.
Press Return until you see the product menu.
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3
USING THE EDIT
UTILITY
This chapter tells you how to
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install the Edit Utility.
create and edit the product data file.
configure the network settings.
update the printer.
retrieve the printer’s product data file.
delete data files (perform a factory reset).
Using the Edit Utility 3-1
Installing the Edit Utility
Install the Edit Utility on a computer with the
Microsoft Windows XP operating system.
1.
Download the Edit Utility from our Web site to your
computer.
2.
Open the downloaded file and follow the
on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
3.
Start the Edit Utility. The Main screen appears.
A status bar is located across the bottom.
Status
Bar
4.
Decide what you want to do next:
 To create a product data file or edit an existing
one, see “Creating and editing the Data File” for
more information.
 To upload a product data file from the printer to
your computer for editing or backup, see
“Retrieving the Printer’s Data File” for more
information.
 To update the printer’s product data file, see
“Updating with USB” or “Updating with Ethernet”
for more information.
 To update the printer’s application, see “Updating
with USB” or “Updating with Ethernet” for more
information.
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Creating and Editing the Data File
You can create new product screens or make changes
to existing product screens with the Edit Utility. See
“Retrieving the Printer’s Data File” to upload the
existing data file for editing.
Editing home keys
The home keys have default category captions that
you can use or change as needed.
To edit home keys:
1.
Check Edit “Home” Buttons on the
right. This disables the home keys
so you cannot change categories.
2.
Click a home key to edit.
3.
Enter a new caption and click OK.
4.
Uncheck Edit “Home” Buttons to
re-enable the home keys to select
categories.
5.
Click File, then Save to save
changes. The data file must be
saved as a Unicode text file (.dat)
to be loaded into the printer.
Using the Edit Utility 3-3
Creating and editing product buttons
1.
Click File, then New to create a new data (.dat)
file from a blank template, or click File, then
Open… to edit an existing data file.
You see a blank template or your data file.
2.
Click a blank button to add a new product, or click
an existing product button to edit. The Edit screen
appears.
3.
Enter a button caption, description, and expiration
time. See “Setting the Manager Options” for more
information about expiration times.
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The information you include in the item
description field depends on your label format.
See Appendix A, “Label Formats” for
information on each format’s content and
maximum number of characters printed.
4.
Click the home keys on the right to edit product
buttons in other categories.
5.
Click OK when finished.
6.
Click File, then Save to save changes. The data
file must be saved as a Unicode text file (.dat) to
be loaded into a printer.
Once you have made changes to the product data file,
save it on a USB thumb drive to update multiple
printers. See “Updating with USB” for more
information.
Using the Edit Utility 3-5
Updating with USB
Use a thumb drive no greater than 1 GIG capacity and
formatted to FAT or FAT32.
1.
Save the latest application and data file on a
thumb drive. Application updates are available for
download on our Web site.
2.
Plug the thumb drive into the USB port on the side
of the printer. The printer detects the thumb drive
automatically.
USB Port
3.
Press
.
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4.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
5.
Press USB Update.
Using the Edit Utility 3-7
6.
Press Product Data to update the data files.
The file browser appears.
7.
Use the scroll buttons to select the data file and
press OK. This may take several minutes. The
USB Update screen indicates when the update is
complete.
Press Return. The printer does not restart.
8.
Press Application Software to update the
application file.
The file browser appears. Use the scroll buttons
to select the application file and press Return.
This may take several minutes. When the update
is complete, the printer restarts.
Note:
9.
For firmware updates, contact Service at the
number listed on the back of this manual.
Remove the thumb drive.
10. Press Return until you see the product menu.
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Configuring the Network Settings
The Edit Utility’s IP address must match the IP
address of the printer to upload the data file from the
printer to your computer, or to download a new data
file to the printer.
On the printer:
1.
Connect the printer to your computer’s Ethernet
port.
Note:
If you are not connecting through a hub, use
a cross-over cable.
.
2.
Press
3.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
4.
Press System Settings.
5.
Press Network Settings.
The current network settings are displayed.
Using the Edit Utility 3-9
6.
Select either Use DHCP to obtain an IP Address
automatically or Use a Static IP Address.
For DHCP, no other settings are required.
Press OK. You return to the System Settings
screen.
For a static IP address, press Settings.
7.
Press the first numeric field and enter the first
value for a valid Terminal (printer) IP address.
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8.
Press Enter. You return to the Static IP Settings
screen.
9.
Press the next field for the IP address, enter the
value, and press Enter.
10. Continue entering field values until all fields are
completed for IP address, Subnet Mask, and
Default Gateway.
11. Press OK to save the settings. You return to the
Network Settings screen.
12. Press OK. A message appears, “Printer will now
restart to apply new network settings.” Press OK
to restart the printer with the new network
settings.
On your computer:
1.
Start the Edit Utility on the computer.
2.
Click Setup, then Printer IP Address…
3.
Enter the IP address of the printer in the IP
address field.
4.
Click OK.
Using the Edit Utility 3-11
Updating with Ethernet
You can also download files directly to the printer
from your computer.
Updating the data file
1.
Start the Edit Utility.
2.
Click Update, Product Data. The File Open dialog
box appears.
3.
Open the updated product data (.dat) file.
The printer enters download mode and “Updating
Data Please Wait…” appears on the printer’s
touch screen.
The printer automatically renames the data file to
ProdData if necessary.
When the update is complete, you see “Update
Complete” in the status bar of the Edit Utility.
This may take several minutes.
Note:
The printer does not restart after updating the
data file.
Updating the application
1.
Download the latest application from our Web site
on your computer.
Note:
Save the file to your computer’s hard drive,
not a network drive.
2.
Connect the printer to your computer using a
network cable.
3.
Turn on the printer.
4.
Start the Edit Utility.
5.
Click Update, Application Software.
6.
Open the freshmarxVxx.bff (“xx” indicates the
version number) file you downloaded from the
Web site.
The printer enters download mode. This may take
several minutes. When the update is complete, you
see “Update Complete” in the status bar of the Edit
Utility. The printer restarts automatically and loads the
latest application.
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Retrieving the Printer’s Data File
You can retrieve the printer’s product data file and
save it to your computer. Use the Edit Utility to make
any changes and save it on a thumb drive to update
other printers. See “Creating and Editing the Data
File” and “Updating with USB” for more information.
1.
Connect the printer to your computer using a
network cable.
2.
Turn on the printer.
3.
Start the Edit Utility.
4.
Click Update, then Upload.
The ProdData.dat file appears in the drop
down menu.
5.
Click OK.
6.
Select a location to save the file.
7.
Click Open to save the file on your computer.
Note:
The data file must be saved as a Unicode text
file (.dat) to be loaded into a printer.
See “Creating and Editing the Data File” for
information on making changes with the Edit Utility.
Using the Edit Utility 3-13
Using the Factory Reset
The Factory Reset option in the Configure menu
deletes all data files from the printer. Data files
include the product button information, password, and
printer configuration settings.
It may be necessary to delete data files when there
are errors in the current data files.
Note:
Before deleting the printer’s data files, you
may want to upload the ProdData.dat file to
your computer to save the product button
information. See “Uploading Data Files” for
more information.
.
1.
Press
2.
Enter the Manager Password and press Enter.
The default password is 1234. The Configure
screen appears.
3.
Press Service.
4.
Press Factory Reset.
5.
Press Yes to delete all data files.
The printer deletes all data files and loads the
default data files. The printer restarts.
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Note:
6.
All data files are deleted when you press
Factory Reset and they cannot be recovered.
You cannot select a specific file to delete.
Press Return until you see the product menu,
which is blank.
Using the Edit Utility 3-15
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A
L A B E L F O R M AT S
This appendix shows a sample of each label
format.
Note:
If an asterisk (*) prints after the time or date,
the label was reprinted using the original
expiration time or date. See “Setting the
Manager Options” for more information.
Format 1
Prints 1.2” wide x 1.1” long labels.
Enter the following information for each field:
Field
Description
Description 1
Prints up to 17 characters.
Description 2
Prints up to 17 characters.
Description 3
Prints up to 17 characters.
EMPL
Employee ID must be 2-10 characters.
Must Use By
Numbers only. Days 0-365, hours 0-23,
minutes 0-59.
Label Formats A-1
Format 2
Prints 2.2” wide x 1.1” long labels.
Enter the following information for each field:
Field
Description
Description 1
Prints up to 35 characters.
Description 2
Prints up to 35 characters.
EMPL
Employee ID must be 2-10 characters.
Must Use By
Numbers only. Days 0-365, hours 0-23,
minutes 0-59.
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Format 3
Prints 2.2” wide x 1.5” long labels.
Enter the following information for each field:
Field
Description
Description 1
Prints up to 25 characters.
Description 2
Prints up to 25 characters.
EMPL
Employee ID must be 2-10 characters.
Expire
Date/Time
Numbers only. Days 0-365, hours 0-23,
minutes 0-59.
Label Formats A-3
Format 4
Prints 2.2” wide x 2.0” long labels.
Color-Coded
Block
Note:
A box prints around the color-coded block that
corresponds to the day-of-week expiration
date.
Enter the following information for each field:
Field
Description
Description 1
Prints up to 15 characters.
Description 2
Prints up to 15 characters
EMPL
Employee ID must be 2-10 characters.
Use By
Numbers only. Days 0-365, hours 0-23,
minutes 0-59.
Blue
Use by Monday.
Yellow
Use by Tuesday.
Red
Use by Wednesday.
Brown
Use by Thursday.
Green
Use by Friday.
Gold
Use by Saturday.
Black
Use by Sunday.
Note:
The employee ID number does not print if it
was not entered.
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Format 5
Prints 2.2” wide by 3.0” long labels.
Enter the following information for each field:
Field
Description
Description
Prints up to 16 characters.
Shelf Life
Prints up to 13 characters.
EMPL
Employee ID must be 2-10 characters.
Use By
Numbers only. Days 0-365, hours 0-23,
minutes 0-59.
Label Formats A-5
Format 6
Prints 2.2” wide x 4.0” long labels.
Enter the following information for each field:
Field
Description
Store Name
Prints up to 17 characters.
Description 1
Prints up to 23 characters.
Description 2
Prints up to 23 characters.
Description 3
Prints up to 23 characters.
Ingredients
Prints up to 656 characters.
Note: Does not print semicolons or
returns.
Use By
Prints the date in MM/DD/YY format.
Net Weight
Prints up to 8 characters.
Price
Prints up to 7 characters: numbers 0-9,
period and dollar, cents, Euro, pound, and
yen signs only.
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Avery Dennison Printer Systems Division
170 Monarch Lane
Miamisburg, OH 45342
1-800-543-6650 (In the U.S.A.)
1-800-387-4740 (In Canada)
www.monarch.com
For FreshMarx sales:
1-877-774-6829 (In the U.S.A.)
www.freshmarx.com
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