IJ-6000 Ink-Jet Transaction Printer Specification Addmaster

IJ-6000 Ink-Jet Transaction Printer Specification Addmaster
Addmaster Corporation
IJ-6000 Specification
IJ-6000 Ink-Jet Transaction Printer
Specification
Addmaster Corporation
Address:
225 East Huntington Drive
Monrovia, CA 91016
Web:
Phone:
FAX:
www.addmaster.com
(626) 358-2395
(626) 358-2784
Document:
ij6spec.doc
Revisions:
1.5
Notices:
Subject to change without notice.
© Copyright 2000-2003, Addmaster Corporation
January 29, 2003
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Table of Contents
1
OVERVIEW AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1.1 General Description
1.2 Configuration Options
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3
4
PRINTER FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
5
Printer Overview
Printer Operating Modes Overview
Printing
Validation Printing
OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
4.1 Operator Controls
4.2 Operator Indicators
4.3 Printer Self-Test & Verification
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INTERFACING: POWER, COMMUNICATIONS, DIP SWITCHES
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6
Power Connections
Serial Interface
Parallel Interface
Printer Communications Buffering
Hardware Interface Handshaking
DIP Switch Settings
DATA STREAM & COMMAND SET
Data Stream & Commands: Detail
6.1 Resets
6.2 Options and Configuration
6.3 Printing
6.4 Print Media Selection
6.5 Fonts & Pitch
6.6 Print Modes
6.7 Line Spacing
6.8 Graphics & Images
6.9 Status Indications
6.10 Paper Control Commands
6.11 External I/O Commands
6.12 Miscellaneous Commands
6.13 Feature Configuration
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EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATION
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.5
4
3
STATUS COMMANDS
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Send Printer Status, Immediate.
Send Printer Status, Immediate (Variation)
Send ACK After Processing
Send Feature Status.
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INTERFACING EXAMPLES
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CONTROL CODES AND CHARACTER SET TABLES
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10.1
10.2
10.3
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ASSOCIATED FEATURES & OPTIONS
Cutter
Supplies Usage Counters
Cash Drawer Interface
DOCUMENT REVISION INFORMATION
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IJ-6000 Specification
Overview and General Description
This document provides the electrical, mechanical, and interface specifications of the IJ-6000-L
Ink-Jet Printer mechanism.
1.1 General Description
The IJ-6000 Printers are a series of Ink-Jet Transaction Printers for use in a wide variety of
applications, including: Banking and Point-of-Sale. The IJ-6000 has several available options,
including validation mechanisms, cutters, and interface emulations.
Special features include: plain-paper printing, validation, quiet operation, high resolution and
high speed printing, and a choice of interfaces and power connections.
This printer utilizes the Hewlett-Packard C6602A ink-jet printhead. This printhead prints at 144 by
96 dpi using 12 nozzles.
1.2 Configuration Options
The IJ-6000 can be factory configured in a variety of ways. The printer will be configured at the
time of manufacture and the is not user-modifiable. This specification addresses each of the
configurable options, although they may not be applicable for every unit.
Items:
Configurations Available
Power Connector:
Switchcraft 722A
Interface:
Serial, RS232C
Parallel, (Centronics type)
Options:
Paper cutter
Validation mechanism
Interface emulations
Cash Drawer interface
2nd Serial Port (to be implemented)
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Equipment Specification
Item
Specification
Power Requirements
Voltage
Power Consumption
Operating
Standby
24 Volts DC (+/- 10%) (Standard)
14 Watts Maximum
2 Watts
Operating Environment
Temperature
Humidity
10 -> 40 C
10 -> 90% RH (non-condensing)
Printer Engine
Type
Ink Cartridge
Ink Detection
Resolution
Modes
Speed
Thermal Ink Jet
Hewlett-Packard C6602A
Ink drop usage counter.
144 x 96 DPI (horizontal x verticall)
Standard and Ink-Saver (draft quality mode)
280 characters/sec. Max. (standard font)
Print Media / Paper
Type
Size
Paper Detection
Paper-Usage
Roll, Plain Paper
3 Inch Wide
3 Inch Diameter (Maximum)
5/8 Inch Core I.D. (Typical, but not req’d.)
Paper-Out. Mechanical arm w/photo sensor.
Form Inserted. Reflective photo sensor.
Electronic counter.
Paper Handling
Loading
External loading with smart feed.
Communications
Data Buffer
Interfaces
4K (32K RAM standard)
RS-232C (standard)
Parallel (optional)
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions
Weight
Noise Level
6.5” (W) by 3.25” (H) by 6.25” (D)
4.6 lb.
48 DBA at t.b.d. feet
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Printer Features and Specifications
3.1 Printer Overview
Printer Features
Logical Unit
Processor
RAM
Firmware Storage
Variables Storage
Intel 80C251
32K
128K Flash, with download procedure
1K bit EEPROM
Characters & Fonts
Character Height
Character Set
Fonts:
Font Storage
Font Configurability
Printing Modes:
0.070 to 0.125 inch (font dependent)
Code page 850 (page 437 optional)
5 Printer Fonts in Flash Memory
-Standard
-Large
-Large Bold
-Times Roman
-OCR-A
-BarCodes: Code 39, 93, 128, I2of5
Flash Memory: 64K Bytes for Fonts
Downloadable procedure available.
3 Modes: non-exclusive
-Double-Wide / Single-Wide
-Uni-directional / Bi-directional
-Upside-Down / Rightside-Up
Supplies: Features & Specifications
Printhead & Ink
Print Head
Ink Cartridge Life
Print Contrast Ratio
Hewlett-Packard C6602A
5,000,000 characters, standard font
Constant throughout life of cartridge.
Paper Media
Media Type
Recommended Stock
Roll Diameter
Roll Core I.D.
Roll Paper
Rittenhouse #7055SB
3.0 inches maximum
5/8 inches typical, (no special requirement)
Thickness
Width
0.0015 to 0.03 inches
3.00 inches (+0.1/-0.1)
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Printer Capabilities and Capacities
Printer Speed
Print Speed
280 char/sec Max. (standard font)
Print Throughput
4.5 lines/sec.
(continuous text printing 42 char/line, 6 lines/inch)
7 inches/sec.
1.2 inches/sec.
Paper Feed Speed
“Typical” Receipt Throughput
Printer Resolutions
Resolution (native)
Resolution (addressable)
144 x 96 dpi (horizontal x vertical)
144 x 96
Validation Capacity
Print Zone (Lines)
Print Zone
8 lines at 6 lines/inch
2.67 inches wide, by 1.54 inches tall
see definitions for details
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3.2 Printer Operating Modes Overview
Category
Mode
Operation
Operating
Sub-Modes
Self-Test
Operational -- may be utilized.
On-Line. Host may send data.
Off-Line. Host should not send data.
Firmware download procedure
underway.
Self-test procedure underway.
Journal
Multi-LineValidation
Data printed to journal.
Form validation procedure.
Ink-Saver
Unit prints in draft quality conserving
ink supply.
Standard printing.
On-Line
Off-Line
Download
Printing
Unit is:
Regular Ink
3.3 Printing
Printing Overview:
Printing is accomplished by sending print data to printer and commanding a vertical motion to
the print-head. Printing occurs in other cases also, but these are the exception.
The printer includes various sensors to assure that printing occurs only on the media previously
selected by the Host. For example, if Journal printing is selected, the printer will halt if a form is
inserted erroneously. The printer will automatically restart when any blocking condition is
cleared.
Printing will not take place if the unit is Off-Line or is out of paper. Both of these conditions are
noted by operator indicators.
In absence of Host commands, the printer will use its default settings, which are:
Item
Font
Line Spacing
Ink-Saver
Media
Method
Default Setting
Standard
Right-side Up
6 lines / inch
Not supported at this time.
Journal Media
Bi-directional printing
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Font Overview:
The printer includes 5 internal fonts and 3 bar codes, which are given in the following table.
Name
Fonts:
Standard
Large
Large Bold
Roman
OCR-A
Bar Codes:
Code-39
Code-128
Inter. 2 of 5
UPC-A
Pitch
Char/Inch
16
12
12
Proportionally
spaced
Capacity Char/Line
Journal
Validation
42
32
32
~30
42
32
32
~30
16
16
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
Fonts may be mixed within a print line. If so, then the available number of characters per line will
depend upon the mixture of fonts. If the print line is longer than the available media width, the
print line will be truncated (no wrap-around).
Fonts are downloadable into the printer non-volatile Flash memory by a procedure described in
the document “IJ-6000 Flash Programming Guide.” Contact the factory if interested.
Barcodes may not be mixed with fonts or other barcodes on the same line. Barcodes print
automatically centered in the printfield and are 3/8 inches tall. Barcodes are printed unidirectionally at half-speed.
Ink-Saver Mode:
Not supported at this time.
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3.5 Validation Printing
Validation of Forms:
For the IJ-6000, there is only one method for validation. It is called Multi-Line Validation Mode.
On other printer models, other methods (modes) of validation may be possible. We use the full
term here to prepare for that case in future specifications.
The IJ-6000 validates by clamping the cut-form, moving the print-head horizontally during
printing, and feeding the cut-form vertically to ready it for the next line of print.
Validation Mode is entered by sending a software command to the printer. Validation Mode
remains in effect indefinitely and only exits by sending another software command. Consult
Section 7 for the exact command syntax.
The Validation Mode pertains to 1 (one) document only. The printer follows these steps in
validating forms. Each step must be undertaken for each document validated.
Multi-Line Validation Procedure
Via
Form LED
1.
Printer enters Validation Mode.
Software cmd.
On
2.
Printer waits for Form to be inserted.
3.
Printer prints on Form.
Software cmd.
Off
4.
Printer replaces Form and waits for Form
to be removed.
Software cmd.
or excess data
Flashing
5.
Printer exits Validation Mode.
Software cmd.
Off
On
The following notes are important:
•
If the capacity is exceeded (more than 8 lines sent), then any excess print data causes the
following:
•
subsequent print data is ignored,
•
the form is returned to its original position and the clamp is opened,
•
operation will not continue until the Form is completely removed from the printer.
•
The printer remains in Validation mode until this mode is quit via a software command.
•
If the cut-form is removed during Multi-Line Validation, the printing mechanism will stop and
abort the printing. It does this to prevent ink from being ejected into the printer.
•
After Multi-Line Validation is completed, the cut-form is returned to its original position and
the clamp is opened to allow for removal of the cut-form.
•
The paper-feed button is operational during Multi-Line Validation.
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Document Media and Validation Capacity Specification:
Category
Item
Document Media
Document Thickness
Document Capacity:
Loading
Catch Chute
Document Width
Minimum
Maximum
Validation Printing
Lines
Print Zone: 1st Line
Print Zone: Last Line
Print Zone: Width
Specification
0.0015 to 0.0180 inches
1 form, 0.018” max
none
5.5 inches
unlimited
8 max. at 6 lines/inch
1.35 inches,
baseline to form bottom
0.25 inches
baseline to form bottom
2.67 inches
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Operator Controls and Indicators
4.1 Operator Controls
The operator controls are clearly marked. Only three are present in this model, and there usage
is given in the following table.
Item
Usage
Power Switch.
Power Switch.
Cuts power to the printer
Located: Mid-Left side at bottom.
Paper-Feed
Button.
Smart Paper-Feed.
Feeds paper forwards:
Short depression: causes unit to automatically load paper into
mechanism.
Long depression: will feed paper while button is depressed. Waits ½
second before beginning to feed.
Located: Top, rear, right side.
On-Line Button.
On-Line and Off-Line toggle.
Toggles unit between the two modes. When unit is Off-Line, printing
and communications are inhibited.
Located: Top, rear, right side.
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4.2 Operator Indicators
The operator indicators are LED lights which are located on the top front of the unit. The are
identified by markings and colors. Their usage is given in the following table.
Indicator
State
Meaning
On-Line LED.
ON
FLASH
OFF
Power is ON. Printer is On-Line and ready to
operate.
Printer is Off-Line. Flashing is very low rate.
Power is OFF.
Status LED.
ON
OFF
Error or Out-Of-Paper.
No errors.
Form LED.
ON
FLASH
OFF
Insert form for validation.
Remove form from printer.
No form attention required.
4.3 Printer Self-Test & Verification
The printer includes a Self-Test Routine. This routine tests the following features:
•
•
•
Identification:
Operation:
Printing:
Model Number, Firmware & Revision Level, Installed Options
Printing, Feeding, Cutting, Validation Clamping & Ejecting,
All fonts and print modes.
To perform test, follow these steps:
Self-Test Procedure
1.
Turn off power
2.
Hold down Paper-Feed button
3.
Turn on power
4.
Release button after printing starts
5.
A sample tape is printed
6.
Insert Form to test validation mechanism (if present)
7.
Turn power off when done.
Notes
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Printer remains in SELF-TEST routine until power is cycled OFF.
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Interfacing: Power, Communications, DIP Switches
5.1 Power Connections
Please use only the factory supplied power supply. If using another supply, please contact
factory for proper power connections.
5.2 Serial Interface
Baud Rates:
Data Bits:
Parity:
9600 or 38400 (DIP switch selectable)
8, w/1 stop bit
None.
Handshaking:
Printer toggles RTS, which is connected by standard cables to
IBM PC’s CTS signal.
Interface Connector:
RJ-45 (phonejack type connector)
RS232C interface levels.
Pin Configurations:
Standard PC compatible 9 pin.
Mates directly to PC.
Cabling:
Addmaster P/N: 95078
Printer to PC compatible DB9 type serial port
Cable is 8 conductor RJ-45 to DB9 pin female.
5.3 Parallel Interface
Interface Connector:
25 pin, male, ‘DB-25’ type connector.
TTL interface levels.
Pin Configurations:
Standard PC compatible assignments.
Cabling:
Addmaster P/N: 95529
Printer to PC compatible DB25 type parallel port
Cable is 25 conductor male to female straight through.
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5.4 Printer Communications Buffering
The printer has two type of buffers into which it places incoming characters:
Receive Buffer:
Stores incoming characters. The printer removes characters from the Receive Buffer when
needed. The characters are then “processed.”
The Receive Buffer, stores 4096 characters. In some models, this buffer may be larger.
Print-Line Buffer:
Stores characters (typically text characters) after processing, but before actual printing. This
buffer is used to build up the complete “Print-Line” that will then be printed or validated.
In the standard IJ-6000, the Print-Line Buffer is approximately 96 characters. Therefore, you
can not print a line with more than 96 characters (including any formatting commands).
5.5 Hardware Interface Handshaking
When the Receive Buffer is full or is otherwise unavailable, then the printer is unable to receive
any characters. If any are sent, then they will be lost. This “un-availability” is signaled to the
computer by “handshaking” lines on the interface.
For the Serial Interface:
The printer toggles its RTS line which is connect through the standard cables to the computer’s
line called “CTS”. If the computer tests CTS high, then data can be sent, and if tested low, then
do not send data. This testing is usually accomplished automatically via the computer’s BIOS
routines. CTS goes low when the Receive Buffer reaches 256 characters from full.
For DOS based computers, set the “mode” command as indicated below. The “p” parameter sets
the appropriate retry on the CTS line when used with printers in general.
C:> mode com1:9600,n,8,1,p
For Windows 95/98/NT based computers, check the settings for the appropriated COM port.
Assure that Flow Control is set to Hardware.
For the Parallel Interface:
The printer signals that it is busy by holding the line called “BUSY” high. No characters may be
sent when BUSY is high.
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5.6 DIP Switch Settings
DIP Switches set functional features of the IJ-6000. The Switches are accessible from the
bottom of the unit.
Notes:
•
•
•
•
•
DIP Switch
Setting
Usage
1
ON
OFF
Firmware Download Mode
Printing Mode
2
ON
OFF
Reserved
3
ON
OFF
38400 Baud
9600 Baud
4
ON
OFF
Auto-LF on CR Enabled
Auto-LF on CR Disabled
Defaults are all OFF.
For Parallel Units, DIP Switch 3 is not used.
Firmware Download Mode is described in another document.
DIP 2 is reserved for ink-saver mode. To be implemented.
Auto-LF on CR usage is described in Section 6 under the CR command.
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Data Stream & Command Set
An overview of the supported interface commands is given below.
Type
Sequence
Function
CAN
ESC @
STX
Reset. Hard power-on reset, at receive level.
Initialize. Soft, at process level.
Clear Print-Line Buffer.
ESC > n
SOH
Set print mode options. n is bit-mapped.
Set printer initialized bit. PINIT.
LF
CR
Line Feed. Print and feed.
Carriage Return. Print and no-feed.
RESETS
OPTIONS
PRINTING
PRINT MEDIA SELECTION
ETB
FF
Enter Multi-Line Validation Mode.
Exit Multi-Line Validation Mode and eject Form.
FONTS & PITCH
ESC 2 n
SO
SI
GS
FS
RS
US
Set print font. n is bit-mapped. See table
Selects Single-Wide pitch (cancels Double-Wide)
Selects Double-Wide pitch.
Selects Large Font.
Selects Large Bold Font.
Selects Standard Font.
Selects Standard Bold Font.
PRINT MODES
SUB
EM
ESC U
ESC u
Set “Upside-Down Mode” printing.
Reset “Upside-Down Mode” printing.
Select Unidirectional Print.
Select Bidirectional Print.
LINE SPACING
ESC : n
Set line feed amount to n/300 inches.
GRAPHICS & IMAGES
ESC # mn data
ESC $ mn data
ESC 5 n
ESC % ...
Print graphics bit image, 300 DPI.
Print graphics bit image, 150 DPI.
Select barcode symbology
Print barcode
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Type
Sequence
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Function
STATUS INDICATIONS
ENQ
ESC ? n
ESC ACK
Send printer status, immediate.
Send feature status. n=feature number
Send ACK after processing.
PAPER CONTROL
VT
Paper Feed forwards past tear bar
CONTROLS AND EXTENSIONS
SYN
ESC O
ESC P
ESC V
ESC 1 n
ESC t
ESC r
ESC 0xf0 … ESC 0xff
Turn on LED #1.
Move print-head to docking station.
Move print-head to loading zone.
Enter Power Down state.
Adjust Right/Left Alignment.
Select fast clamp timing on Validation.
Select standard speed clamp timing on Validation.
Factory Debugging Commands. Do not use.
FEATURE CONFIGURATION
ESC = n
Set feature value to n.
Data Stream & Commands: Detail
Detail on each of the supported commands follows in this section. The commands are grouped
according to function. A table listing the Hex and Decimal values of each of the codes is given
in Section 9.
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6.1 Resets
CAN
Reset. Hard reset, at receive level.
This command will clear out the Receive Buffer, reset any modes, fonts, and other settings
to the default values, and re-initialize the interface.
This command basically emulates a Power-On Reset. It is acted upon as soon as it is
received, even if the Receive Buffer contains unprocessed data. Use this command only
when needed -- at Host driver power on, error condition clearing, etc.
This command also resets the Printer Initialized bit (PINIT).
See also the ESC @ command.
Syntax:
18H
ESC @
Initialize. Soft, at process level.
This command will clear out any partially formed print-line, reset any modes, fonts, and other
settings to the default values.
This command basically emulates a Soft Reset. It is acted upon removed from the Receive
Buffer (after all previous commands received have been processed).
Does not affect Receive Buffer! Does not affect PINIT bit.
This command is typically used ONCE at the start of each print-job to put the printer into a
known state concerning fonts, print-modes, etc
Syntax:
STX
1BH 40H
Clear print line buffer and FORM LED.
Soft reset, at process level. This command will clear out any partially formed print-line. Also
will turn off FORM LED.
Does not affect Receive Buffer!
Syntax:
02H
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6.2 Options and Configuration
ESC > n
Set print mode options. n is bit mapped.
This command sets or clear various operational options. Each option is set or cleared
depending on parameter n which is interpreted in a bit-mapped manner. Consult the
following table.
Bit
0 (lsb)
1
2
3
4
5-7
Setting
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
Usage
Fonts reset after each printed line
Fonts stay set until changed
Reserved, use 0
‘’
‘’
ENQ returns short response
ENQ returns long response
Reserved, use 0
This option byte is defaulted to 0. It is reset on Power-On, or by the CAN or ESC @
commands.
Always write 0’s to reserved bits to insure compatibility with future upgrades and features.
Syntax:
SOH
1BH 3EH n
Set printer initialized bit PINIT.
Sets PINIT to 1. PINIT is reset to 0 by: Power On or CAN command.
Printer initialized bit PINIT can be read by the ENQ command. PINIT can be used by the
host to determine whether the printer was reset by power failure or operator.
Syntax:
01H
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6.3 Printing
LF
Line Feed. Print and line feed 1 line.
Any data previously received is printed. The paper is feed an amount specified by the
current line spacing value.
Syntax:
CR
0AH
Carriage Return. Print and no line feed.
Any data previously received is printed. The paper is not fed in typical usage. If Auto-LF on
CR mode is set by DIP switch, then the paper is fed 1 line.
Syntax:
0DH
6.4 Print Media Selection
ETB
Enter Multi-Line Validation mode.
Printer enters Multi-Line Validation Mode. Form LED is illuminated and printer awaits Form
to be inserted before proceeding. If the printer is already in validation mode, the command
is ignored.
Syntax:
FF
17H
Exit Multi-Line Validation mode and eject Form.
Any data previously received is first printed.
Subsequently, if the printer includes the validation mechanism AND the printer is currently in
validation mode, then:
•
The FORM is replaced into its original position,
•
Printer waits until FORM is removed, and while so, Flashes the FORM LED,
•
After FORM is removed, returns the printer to Journal printing mode.
Syntax:
0CH
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6.5 Fonts & Pitch
ESC 2 n
Set print mode/fonts.
The Font and Pitch selected for printing is determined by the value of n, which is bit-mapped
as shown in the following table:
n
00H
02H
03H
04H
07H
09H
Font Selected
Standard Font
Large Bold Font.
Standard Bold Font
Large Font.
Roman (Proportionally spaced.)
OCR-A
40H
41H
50H
51H
others
Single Wide Mode ON
Double Wide Mode ON
Ink-Saver Mode OFF (not implement yet)
Ink-Saver Mode ON
Reserved.
Fonts may be changed in the middle of a line. Fonts will retain their values across lines
depending upon the option setting.
Standard Font is the default.
Syntax:
GS
FS
US
RS
1BH 32H n
Selects Large Font.
Selects Large Bold Font.
Selects Standard Bold Font.
Selects Standard Font.
These command produce the same results as the ESC 2 n command.
Syntax:
SO
SI
1DH = (GS),
1CH = (FS),
1EH = (RS),
1FH = (US)
Selects Single Wide pitch
Selects Double Wide pitch.
Selects or De-selection double-wide printing. Double-wide printing will resets to single-side at
the end of each line as specified by the ESC > command.
Syntax:
0EH
(SO)
0FH
(SI)
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6.6 Print Modes
SUB
EM
Set “Upside Down Mode” printing.
Reset “Upside Down Mode” printing.
These modes stay in effect until reset by this command or the CAN or ESC @ commands.
The default is rightside up printing.
Syntax:
ESC U
ESC u
1AH
(sub)
19H
(em)
Select Unidirectional Print.
Reset Unidirectional Print. (Bidirectional).
Use these commands to select/reset unidirectional printing. Unidirectional printing enhances
the line-to-line registration, however, print speed is reduced by half. Use this mode only if
required.
Default is bi-directional printing.
Syntax:
1BH 55H
(unidirectional)
1BH 75H
(bi-directional)
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6.7 Line Spacing
ESC : n
Set line feed amount to n/96 inches.
Set line spacing to 96/n lines per inch.
The default is n=16 or 6 lines per inch.
Valid range for n is 1 to 255.
Note that the actual spacing will not be precisely as specified because the printer’s
feed increment is different from 1/96 inch.
Syntax:
1BH 3AH n
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6.8 Graphics & Images
ESC # mn data...
Print 8 dots high bit image, 144 x 96 DPI
ESC $ mn data...
Print 24 dots high bit image, 144 x 96 DPI.
Used to print a graphics on a bit-mapped basis, at the selected resolution.
Syntax:
1BH 23H mn data
(300 dpi)
1BH 24H mn data
(150 dpi)
m and n specify the number of data bytes, called COUNT, which follow.
m = LSB of COUNT
n = MSB of COUNT
data... represents a sequences of bytes, whose bits specify the bit-map to be printed. The
printer prints a swath 8 (or 24) dots high across the paper on each pass of the print-head.
Each vertical column of 8 (or 24) dots is called a slice. These slices are ordered from left to
right across the print field.
The native resolution of the printer is 96 DPI vertical and 144 DPI horizontal, so each slice is
8/96 (24/96) inch tall, by 1/144 inch wide. Each dot on the print line may be specified by this
command.
For the 24 dots high command, each vertical slice requires 2 bytes of information. At 8 dots
high command, each slice vertical slice requires 1 byte.
Data is sent left-most slice to right-most slice. Within each slice, each byte represents 8 dots.
Bytes are ordered top-most dots to bottom-most dots. Within each byte, bits are ordered topmost dot to bottom-most dot.
data... = slice1 slice2 ... sliceN
slice
= Byte0
(for 8 dots high command)
slice
= Byte0 Byte1
(for 24 dots high command)
For ByteN, the dots are specified by the bits as follows:
bit7 (msb)
bit6
etc..
bit0
= top dot,
= 1 down from top dot,
= bottom dot
The line spacing should be 8/96 (or 24/96) inches to make graphics match up from line to
line. Also select Unidirectional Print mode to get best line-up results.
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Select barcode symbology
Sets the type of barcode to be printed by subsequent barcode print commands. n specifies
the barcode type. See table.
Syntax:
n
00H
01H
02H
03H
Barcode selected
Code-128
Interleaved 2 of 5 (I-2/5)
UPC-A
Code-39
others
Reserved.
1BH 35H n
ESC % nm data
Print barcode
Prints a barcode using the currently selected barcode symbology. Data of barcode is
supplied with the command.
Barcode is printed approximately in the middle of the print-field and text cannot be printed on
the same line. The height of the barcode is approximately 1/3 inch.
The print density of barcodes is not affected by Ink-Saver Mode. Bar codes are always
printed uni-directionally at ½full print speed.
n, m specify the length in bytes of the following string of data. n is the least significant byte
and m is the most significant byte. The format of data depends on the type of barcode
printed. Examples are presented assuming symbology already selected with the ESC 5
command:
Syntax:
1BH 25H n m data
Examples and Additional Information:
Code-128 Type C:
•
Only Type C is fully supported. Type C encodes pairs of characters into one
symbol.
•
Consult Code-128 Specification for more information.
Example: Print “ABCD”, Required Start character is 69H for type-C
1BH 25H 05H 00H 69H 21H 22H 23H 24H
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Interleaved 2 of 5:
•
Number of data digits must be even.
•
Start character is 64H and must be provided by the user.
Example: Print “81562153”
1BH 25H 09H 00H 64H 38H 31H 34H 36H 32H 31H 35H 33H
UPC-A:
•
Number of digits must be exactly 11.
•
The eleventh digit is a checksum. If provided incorrectly, the printer will correct
and print the proper checksum.
Example: Print “07364002107”
1BH 25H 0BH 00H 30H 37H 33H 36H 34H 30H 30H 32H 31H 30H 37H
Code-39:
•
Printer adds start/stop characters automatically
Example: Print “123456”,
1BH 25H 0BH 00H 31H 32H 33H 34H 35H 36H
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6.9 Status Indications
ENQ
Send Printer Status, immediate.
See following section for more details on this command and its responses.
The printer will respond to this command immediately after receiving it. Command is
operational only for units with the serial interface.
Syntax:
05H
ESC ACK
Send ACK.
An ACK character (1 byte) is returned to the host after the sequence is processed. This can
be used to determine when a print job is complete. To do so, send all print data and
afterwards send the ESC ACK sequence. When the ACK is returned, then all data has been
printed.
This command is operational only for units with the serial interface.
Syntax:
1BH 06H
ESC ? n
Send Feature Status.
Returns Feature specific information to the host.
n specifies the feature. See table.
n
Feature Status Requested
00H or 02H
10H ... 1FH
20H ... 2FH
30H
32H
40H ... 6FH
Send Mechanism Status
Read Counter #0 (through #15).
Reset Counter #0 (through #15).
Send Model ID String
Send Firmware Version Number String
Read Configuration Byte #0 (through #47).
See Configuration Byte Table.
Reserved.
others
See following section for more details on this command and its responses.
The printer will respond to this command after the sequence is processed from the receive
buffer. This command is operational only for units with the serial interface.
Syntax:
1BH 3FH n
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6.10 Paper Control Commands
VT
Feed Paper Forwards to Tear-Bar.
Feeds last printline past cut position. After printing a receipt, use the VT command to feed
the last line through cutter or tear-bar.
Alternately, you can insert approximately 12 lines of text at 6 LPI, to perform almost the
same function.
Syntax:
0BH
6.11 External I/O Commands
SYN
Turn FORM LED ON.
The LED will remain ON until turned OFF by the STX command. The Form LED may toggle
during printing. This may change in the future.
Syntax:
16H
6.12 Miscellaneous Commands
ESC O
Move print head to docking station.
Print-head will be moved to docking station. Perform this command before killing power to
unit to insure Ink-Jet cartridge is properly docked.
This command is NOT NEEDED in typical operation provided the operator uses the printers
Power Switch.
Syntax:
ESC V
1BH 4FH
Enter Power down/Sleep Mode.
Print-head is docked and capped. All LED’s (except power) are turned off, buttons and
interface commands are ignored.
The printer stays in sleeps mode until: (1) power is turned off, or (2) the CAN command is
received. The CAN command will emulate a hardware Power-On reset.
Syntax:
1BH 56H
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Adjust Right/Left Alignment
The Right/Left Alignment adjustment value is changed to n dots for the currently selected
print station. For example, if currently printing to the Journal, only Journal alignment is
affected. To change Validation alignment, enter Validation mode first.
This DOES NOT affect the value store in Non-Volatile memory, NOR the value reported
back to the host via the “ESC ?n” command.
The setting remains valid until any reset or power on/off sequence.
This value is used for purposes of 1) special effects, 2) testing out various values before
making a final selection, 3) future uses.
Syntax:
ESC r
ESC t
1BH 31H n
Select Regular speed clamp timing for Validation.
Select Fast speed clamp timing for Validation
When validation is selected, the Form LED is illuminated and the printer awaits a form to be
inserted. After the printer detects the form, it was a small period of time before clamping and
printing to allow the operator to release the document. This time period is nominally around 1
second. For applications where this time is too long, use the ESC t command to reduce the
time period to 0.25 sec.
This command was added June 2002, and will not appear in older machines.
Syntax:
Default:
ESC 0xf0
…
ESC 0xff
1BH 72H
(Regular clamp speed)
1BH 74H
(Fast clamp speed)
Regular clamp speed.
Debugging Commands.
ESC 0xf0 through ESC 0xff are reserved for factory debugging usage. Do not use any of
these commands as they are NOT SUPPORTED for any other purposes.
Syntax:
1BH F0H through 1BH FFH
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6.13 Feature Configuration
ESC = n
Set feature value to n.
Features are selected by number and read-back by the ESC ? n command. The last Feature
Number is saved. Subsequent to sending the ESC ? n command, the user can change the
value for some of the features by sending the ESC = n command. For the ESC = n
command, n will specify the new value to be stored for the previously selected Feature
Number.
These commands are used to set various values and calibrations.
Syntax:
1BH 3DH n
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Status Commands
This section gives more detail on the status commands are used to retrieve information from the
printer. Three commands are available.
Command
Usage
Response
ENQ
ESC ? n
ESC ACK
Send printer status.
Send feature status.
Send ACK after processing.
Immediate
Processed
Processed
These commands generate responses of two types: Immediate and Processed.
•
Immediate responses are sent to the host immediately after receiving the request. This
response will occur regardless of the state of operation and any pending commands or data.
•
Processed responses are sent to the host when the command is removed from the Receive
Buffer. All prior and pending data and commands are processed before the response is sent.
Thus, there is an indeterminate delay between the Host sending Processed Response status
requests and the Host receiving an answer back. Most often the delay will be a few milliseconds,
but it can be seconds long. For example, a print job is sent and followed by the ESC ACK
command. The printer will respond to the ESC ACK command after the print job is complete,
which may take many seconds or even be delayed indefinitely if the printer is out of paper.
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7.1 Send Printer Status, Immediate.
Host Sends:
Printer Response:
Response Type:
ENQ
1 byte
Immediate.
- 05H
Usage Details:
The printer responds to this command immediately after receiving it. The printer will respond
regardless of its current state of operation. The response to the ENQ command will is 1 byte in
length. This is called the Short Response, respectively. This command has a variation which will
generate a Long Response. See the next section.
Response Format Bit-map:
Bit
7
Name
PWRDWN
=1
=0
6
BEMP
=1
=0
5
TREMP
=1
=0
4
PINIT
=1
=0
3
VMP
=1
=0
1
PRDY
=1
=0
0
• Fixed 0
Used by the host to determine whether the printer was reset
by power failure.
• if printer has received SOH command
• if printer has been: (1) powered off/on, (2) reset via the
CAN command.
ERROR
=1
=0
2
Usage & Meaning
Used to determine if printer is in power down state
• power down state
• operational state
Used to determine if any data is waiting to be printed.
• if the Receive Buffer is empty and has processed all
received data (processed data may not yet have been
printed),
• if Receive Buffer has any unprocessed data.
Undefined for this model
FORM
=1
=0
• error during validation
• no error detected or error condition cleared
Used to determine if machine is process of performing a
mechanical task that may take an indeterminate amount of
time
• if a valid message has been received and machine is
performing an action or printing a line.
• otherwise.
Used to determine if printer can print
• if printer is ready and no error conditions are sensed,
• if printer not ready because: (1) Form improperly
inserted, (2) Paper-Out, (3) printhead in loading zone,
(4) printhead jam.
Used to determine if Form is inserted into Validation
Mechanism
• FORM is detected
• no FORM detected
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7.2 Send Printer Status, Immediate (Variation)
Host Sends:
Printer Response:
Response Type:
ENQ
4 bytes.
Immediate response.
Usage Details:
This command is a variation on the ENQ command given in the previous section in that the
length of the response is different. The 4 byte response is called the Long Response. The user
specifies the type of response in the following manner:
•
•
At power-on, the unit defaults to Short Response. Remember that the CAN command
emulates a power-on reset.
The host can change the current setting by using the ESC > n command.
--We recommend using only the Short Response because it is simpler.--
Long Response Format:
Byte
Number
1
2
3
4
4 (four) bytes are returned to the host as follows:
Contains
00H
ENQ Short Response (see above)
Mechanism Status, byte #1
Mechanism Status, byte #2
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7.3 Send ACK After Processing
Host Sends:
Printer Response:
Response Type:
Response Format:
ESC ACK
- 1BH 06H
1 bytes.
Immediate response.
ACK
- 06H
Usage Details:
This command is typically used to by the host to keep track of a print job’s progression.
A common use would be to send a complete print job, then send an ESC ACK command. The
host can wait until an ACK is received back from the printer. When this occurs, the host knows
that the previous print job is complete.
Another use would be on Validation mode. The host can send the ETB command to set the
printer into validation mode, followed by the ESC ACK. When a Form is finally inserted, the
printer will respond with an ACK. The host can use this information to properly pace the prompts
given on a computer screen.
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7.4 Send Feature Status.
Host Sends:
Printer Response:
Response Type:
ESC ? n
1 Byte, or 2 Bytes, or Multi-byte Sequence,.
Processed.
Usage Details:
By specifying n, the host can obtain information on the following features:
n
Feature Status Requested
00H or 02H
10H ... 1FH
20H ... 2FH
30H
32H
40H ... 6FH
Send Mechanism Status
Read Counter #0 (through #15).
Reset Counter #0 (through #15).
Send Model ID String
Send Firmware Version Number String
Read Configuration Byte #0 (through #47).
See Configuration Byte Table.
Reserved.
others
The number of bytes returned depends upon n in the following manner:
Value of n
00H <= n < 30H
30H <= n < 40H
40H <= n
Number of Bytes returned.
2
Multi-byte Sequence.
1
Two byte values are returned as MSB first and LSB last. Multi-byte Sequences are returned in
this form:
STX mn data ETX
STX
m
n
data
ETX
02H
LS Byte of COUNT
MS Byte of COUNT
data returned
03H
COUNT
Number of bytes in data and ETX
More information is provided on each available feature.
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Feature: 00H / 02H = Mechanism Status.
Provides bit-mapped information on the current state of the printer mechanism. Two bytes of
information are returned, Byte #1 first.
Byte #1: Print-head and Ink-Cartridge
Bit
Function
Value
0
7 msb
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0 - reserved
0 - reserved
0 - reserved
Print-head jam
Print-head docked
Print-head at loading station
Ink-Cartridge empty
Ink-Cartridge removed
1
not jammed
not docked
not loading sta.
not empty
installed
jammed
docked
at loading sta.
empty
removed
Byte #2: Paper and Misc. Sensors
Bit
Function
Value
0
7 msb 0 - reserved
6
Paper loaded
5
Paper Top-of-Form Mark
(Reserved)
4
Paper in Presenter
(Reserved)
3
Paper feed fault
2
0 - reserved
1
Door #2 Sensor
(Reserved)
0
Door #1 Sensor
1
paper out
not sensed
loaded
sensed
not in presenter
in presenter
OK
fault
contact closed
contact open
contact closed
contact open
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Features: 10H - 1FH = Read Counters.
Features: 20H - 2FH = Reset Counters.
These features are used to track supplies usage.
n
Counter
Units
18H
1BH
1CH
Cutter Usage
Ink-Drops
Paper Usage
cuts / 256
Number of drops / 256*256
Length of feed (inches)
28H
2BH
2CH
Reset Cutter Counter
Reset Ink-Drop Counter
Reset Paper Usage
The Counters are reset by accessing feature numbers 20H through 2FH. No values are returned.
Features: 30H - 32H = Information Strings
These features are used to identify the printer to the host.
n
30H
32H
33H
Item
Model ID
Firmware ID
Font ID
Returns
Model ID String
Firmware Number and Revision
Font File Name and Revision
<added to code Oct. 2002>
Features: 40H - 6FH = Configuration Bytes
These features are used to configure various options. Most of the options are for factory use.
n
4EH
4FH
50H
Item
R2L Alignment
R2L Alignment
MLV Prefeed
Calibration
Returns
Current adjustment in dots for Journal Print. Signed value.
Current adjustment in dots for Validation Print. Signed value.
Current adjustment for prefeed steps in ML Validation.
Signed value.
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Interfacing Examples
To illustrate the various modes, this section presents examples. The following type-styles are
used:
- Text characters to be printed
- Control characters in symbol form, consult table for hex values
- Control characters is hex form. Only 1 byte is send.
- Ignore spacing. Included for easy of reading only.
- Notes
Text
ESC
19H
spaces
-Notes
Example #1: Print 1 line
This prints 1 line. CR
This prints 1 line and feeds 1 line. CR LF
Example #2: Barcode Printing. Code-39
See the examples given in the specification of the ESC % command.
Example #3: Print, Cut, Eject Receipt.
Receipt
Receipt
Receipt
Receipt
VT
ESC A
ESC C
text,
text,
text,
text,
line
line
line
line
#1.
#2.
#3.
#4.
CR
CR
CR
CR
LF
LF
LF
LF
- print & feed
- print & feed
- print & feed
- print & feed
- feed into present & past cutter
- full cut
- eject receipt
Example #4: Multi-line Validation Print-job
ESC @
ETB
Validation
Validation
Validation
Validation
FF
text,
text,
text,
text,
line
line
line
line
#1.
#2.
#3.
#4.
CR
CR
CR
CR
LF
LF
LF
LF
- soft initialize
- enter validation mode
- print & feed
- print & feed
- print & feed
- print & feed
- eject form
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Example #5: Inquiries
Host
ENQ
Printer
Meaning
62H
Printer Ready, No Form, Not awaiting Form
63H
Printer Ready, Form Inserted, Not awaiting Form
61H
Printer Not Ready, Form Inserted, Form needs removal or
adjustment
ENQ
ENQ
Important Note: Printer responses are bit specific. Decode by bits, not values.
Example #6: Monitoring Cut-Form Validation
When validating Forms, it is often important for the applications program to monitor and control
the flow at the printer. This is typically done to coordinate prompts on a computer terminal with
the validation.
Method #1:
Host
ETB
Test for Form inserted before sending data.
Printer
Meaning
Prompt Operator to insert cut-form
Wait for cut-form insertion
ENQ
62H
Printer Ready, No Form
63H
Printer Ready, Form Inserted
ENQ
Send print data
FF
Method #2:
Eject Form
Send Validation command, wait for completion via ESC ACK
Host
ETB
ESC ACK
Printer
ACK
Send print data
FF
Meaning
Prompt Operator to insert Form
Wait for cut-form insertion
ACK response after Form inserted.
Eject Form
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Method #3: Send print job, wait until completed.
Host
Printer
ETB
Send print data
FF
Meaning
Prompt Operator to insert Form
Eject Form command
Wait for print job to complete.
ENQ
23H
Buffer not empty, printing in progress...
Continue polling...
--ENQ
62H
Buffer empty, printing complete...
Print job complete.
Method #4: Send print job, wait until completed.
Host
Printer
ETB
Send print data
FF
Meaning
Prompt Operator to insert Form
Eject Form command
Wait for print job to complete.
ESC ACK
... Printing in progress ...
ACK
Print job complete
.
Method #5: Wait until printer idle, send new print-job.
Host
Printer
Meaning
Wait for printer idle
ENQ
23H
--ENQ
62H
ETB
Send print data
FF
Buffer not empty, command uncompleted...
Continue polling...
Buffer empty, prior printing complete.
Prompt Operator to insert Form
Eject Form command
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Control Codes and Character Set Tables
The following table lists potential control codes and their Hex values.
Control Code Table: 00H - 1FH
Code
Symbol
Ctrl
Char
Hex
Value
Code
Symbol
Ctrl
Char
Hex
Value
NUL
SOH
STX
ETX
EOT
ENQ
ACK
BEL
BS
HT
LF
VT
FF
CR
SO
SI
^@
^A
^B
^C
^D
^E
^F
^G
^H
^I
^J
^K
^L
^M
^N
^O
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
DLE
DC1
DC2
DC3
DC4
NAK
SYN
ETB
CAN
EM
SUB
ESC
FS
GS
RS
US
^P
^Q
^R
^S
^T
^U
^V
^W
^X
^Y
^Z
^[
^\
^]
^^
^_
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
ASCII Character Set: 20H - 7FH
20
30
40
50
60
70
0
sp
0
@
P
`
p
1
!
1
A
Q
a
q
2
"
2
B
R
b
r
3
#
3
C
S
c
s
4
$
4
D
T
d
t
5
%
5
E
U
e
u
6
&
6
F
V
f
v
7
'
7
G
W
g
w
8
(
8
H
X
h
x
9
)
9
I
Y
i
y
A
*
:
J
Z
j
z
B
+
;
K
[
k
{
C
,
<
L
\
l
|
D
=
M
]
m
}
E
.
>
N
^
n
~
F
/
?
O
_
o
•
Code Pages Supported:
•
Code Page 850
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Associated Features & Options
10.1 Cutter
The Cutter option is not presently available on this model.
10.2
Supplies Usage Counters
The printer uses counters to account for the supplies in use. Ink dots and paper use are tracked
and current status is available via ESC ?n command.
When the usage or ink or paper approaches its expected life, it may be replaced on a
preventative basis. If replaced, the host should clear the usage counter.
10.3
Cash Drawer Interface
The printer has an optional interface to a cash-drawer. This option is factory installed and
includes the following inputs and outputs.
Item
Usage
Cash Drawer
Pulse Output
A 24V pulse of user specified width is provided to operate standard
cash drawers.
Cash Drawer
Sensor
A sensor is provided which can sense the state of an external switch.
Typically the sensor is attached to a switch on a cash drawer. The host
computer can determine if the drawer is open or closed.
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Interface Connector:
Type:
RJ-11 (6 pin phone-jack type)
Pin Out:
See table.
Pin
Name
Input/
Output
Usage
1
2
GND
+24V
-Output
Signal Ground
24 Volts Power
• Max.current output during drawer pulse is 500 mA.
• Do not use this signal for any other purpose.
• The output is un-regulated 24 Volts, however, the
output can be internally switched to an slightly
lower (approximately 17V) unregulated power
supply, if required.
3
4
n/c
DWR_IN
-Input
5
PULSE/
Output
Drawer Kick Out Pulse
• An output which can be used to open cash
drawers.
• This is an open collector darlington type output,
which can sink 500 mA maximum. If this signal
drives a solenoid from the +24V supply, the
impedance of the solenoid must be greater than 24
Ohms.
• When the signal is active, the voltage on this pin is
pulled low to about 1V with respect to GND.
6
CGND
--
Chassis/Frame Ground
Drawer Sensor
• Attaches to an external sensor which determines
whether the cash drawer is open or closed. This
condition is returned to the host via the Inquiry
Command if required.
• Attach switch between this pin and GND.
• The signal should be driven by either a mechanical
switch or an open-collector type driver. This signal
is pulled up to 5 Volts internally via a 2.2KOhm
resistor. Whether this signal is active high or active
low depends on the application.
Note: The cash drawer option requires optional firmware. Contact factory for more information.
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Document Revision Information
Revision
Date
Changes
1.1
10-24-00
Initial release.
Base document was IJ9W.doc for the IJ-9000.
1.2
03-26-01
1.3
12-05-01
1.4
11-25-02
1.5
01-29-03
Added:
• ESC ‘2’ 03H – Standard Bold Font command
Corrected:
• 38400 Baud, was 19200
• CAN = 18H, was 17H
Corrected:
• Validation printfield = 2.67 was 3.68 and 2.75
Added:
• MLV Prefeed calibration.
• ESC = command.
• ESC r and ESC t commands.
Removed:
• Cutter and cash drawer commands.
Corrected:
• 38400 Baud, was 19200
• Weight
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