English H110 - Brother International

English H110 - Brother International
ELECTRONIC LABELING SYSTEM
H110 User’s Guide
English
ELECTRONIC LABELING SYSTEM
H110 User’s Guide
English
With your new Brother P-touch label maker, you can create a wide variety of custom, self-adhesive labels. This label
maker uses Brother "TZe" tapes from 0.13" (3.5mm) to 0.47" (12mm) widths. "TZe" tape cassettes are available in
many colors and sizes. Visit www.brother.com for a complete list of tapes that work with your machine.
Read this manual carefully before starting and keep it in a handy place for future reference.
Printed in China
LAJ575001
1 GETTING STARTED
Power Supply and Tape Cassette
1
2
Tape exit slot
Cutter's edge
Print head
Tape guides
Toothed Wheel
Cassette cover
Tape cutter lever
End of tape
Open the cassette cover by pressing the above
indicated area at the top end of the label maker.
Insert a tape cassette, making sure it snaps
into place.
• Make sure you turn off the power when replacing
batteries or tape cassettes.
• Make sure the end of the tape feeds under the tape guides.
• Use Genuine Brother P-touch TZe tapes with this label maker.
NOTE
When using optional AC adapter (AD-24ESA)
1. Insert the plug on the adapter cord into the AC adapter jack on the bottom end of the label maker.
2. Insert the plug into the nearest standard electrical outlet.
For memory backup, use either AAA alkaline batteries (LR03) or Ni-MH batteries (HR03) together
when using the AC adapter.
3
4
AC adapter jack
Insert six new AAA alkaline batteries (LR03) or
fully charged Ni-MH batteries (HR03), making
sure their poles point in the correct directions.
Users of alkaline batteries:
Always replace all six batteries at the same
time with brand new ones.
Users of Ni-MH batteries:
Always replace all six batteries at the same
time with fully charged ones.
1
Insert the two hooks at the bottom of the
cassette cover into the slots on the label
maker.
2
Securely close the cassette cover
making sure it snaps into place.
LCD
1
2
7
3
4
5
6
8
9
1. Size
5. Caps
2. Font
6. Underline/Frame
If a specific label length has
3. Cursor
7. Style
been selected,
8. Label Length
4. Shift
also appears.
9. Cable
NOTE
• The LCD displays one row of 15 characters; however, the text you enter can be up to 80 characters in
length.
• Label length displayed on LCD may differ slightly from the actual label length when printed.
Initial Settings
1
Turn on your label maker.
Supply power using six AAA batteries or the optional AC adapter (AD-24ESA), and then press
to turn the power on.
2
Set the language.
The default setting is [English].
/
/
[Language]
[English/Español/Français/Hrvatski/Italiano/
Magyar/Melayu/Nederlands/Norsk/Polski/Português/Portug. (BR)/Română/Slovenski/Slovenský/
Suomi/Svenska/Türkçe/ýeština/Dansk/Deutsch]
3
.
Set the unit of measurement.
The default setting is [inch].
/
/
[Unit]
[inch/mm]
.
NOTE
• The label maker automatically turns off if no keys are pressed within five minutes.
• To cancel any operation, press
• After pressing
.
, "Accepted" is displayed for approximately one second.
Keyboard
12
1
2
13
14
3
4
5
6
15
16
17
18
19
7
8
20
9
21
10
22
11
23
1. Menu key
9. Shift key
17. Style key
2. Power key
10. Caps key
18. Frame key
3. Cursor key : Left (Use with Shift
11. Accent key
19. Cable key
12. Tape cutter lever
20. Backspace key
4. Escape key
13. Clear key
21. Enter key
5. OK key
14. Print key
22. Symbol key
6. Size key
15. Preview key
23. Space key
7. Font key
16. Cursor key : Right (Use with
key to go to top of the text.)
8. Character key
Shift key to go to end of the text.)
NOTE
• While selecting the settings, press the Space key to revert to the default item.
• Pressing the Preview key displays a generated image of the label, and may differ from the actual label
when printed.
1 GETTING STARTED (Continued)
2 BASIC USAGE
Contrast
Entering Text
This function allows you to set the brightness of
the LCD. You can select from five levels of
brightness.
The default setting is [0].
X Switching Upper Case/Lower Case
Press
/
/
[LCD contrast]
[-2/-1/0/+1/+2]
to switch between upper and lower
case text.
Upper case (
ON) Lower case (
OFF)
• To change back to default setting, press the
Space key.
• After pressing
, "Accepted" is displayed for
approximately one second.
Caps
Caps
X Creating Two-Line Labels
Move the cursor to where you want to start the next
line and press
. Use either 0.35" (9mm) or 0.47"
(12mm) wide tape for two line printing.
Line 1
Label image
Line 2
NOTE
• The return symbol ( ) is displayed when you
press the Enter key, indicating you have chosen to
input a second line of text.
X Entering Accented Characters
Press
-
to add an accented character.
/
• See the table of accented characters included in
this insertion sheet.
• To cancel operations, press
.
• The order of accented characters differs by the
selected LCD language.
Entering Text (continued)
X Preview
You can preview the text before printing.
X Changing Label Width
/
/
[Width]
[Normal/x2/x1/2]
Width
Printing Labels
Normal
×2
× 1/2
• Pressing the Preview key displays a generated
image of the label, and may differ from the
actual label when printed.
• When the LCD cannot display all the text at
once, press
X Changing Label Length
/
to display the hidden
text.
/
/
[Label Length]
[Auto/1.2"-12.0" (30-300 mm)]
• Press
/
/
to leave the preview
mode.
X Feeding (Tape Feed)
/
NOTE
• After the label is printed, cut along the printed
dots (:) with scissors so that the label length
matches what is displayed on the LCD.
• If a specific label length has been selected,
also appears in the LCD.
• By pressing the Space key, [Auto] is displayed.
• To change setting back to default, press the
Space key.
• After pressing
, "Accepted" is displayed for
approximately one second.
X To Clear
By pressing
, the letters are deleted one by
one.
NOTE
• You can also delete all text and settings or
text only by pressing
/
[Text&Format]/
[Text Only]
• After pressing
, "Accepted" is displayed for
approximately one second.
[Feed]
• This function feeds approximately 1" (25mm) of
blank tape.
X Printing
[Copies: ]
/
/
-
• If you need only one copy of the label, press
without selecting the number of copies.
• You can print up to 9 copies of each label.
• The number of copies can also be specified by
pressing a number key.
• To cut the label, push in the tape cutter lever on
the upper-right corner of the label maker after
the message "Please Cut" is displayed. "Please
Cut" is displayed on the screen for two seconds.
• To prevent damage to the tape, do not touch the
cutter lever while the message "Please Wait" is
displayed.
• To remove the backing, fold the label
lengthwise with the text facing inward, to
expose the inside edges of the backing. Peel off
the backing one piece at a time and apply.
2 BASIC USAGE (Continued)
Printing Labels (continued)
X Using Print Options
[Numbering]
You can print a series of up to nine labels at a time
using auto-numbering. Using this feature you can
automatically increase a selected number by one
after each label is printed. The numbers of labels
you can print at one time are dependent upon the
initial number.
Example: To print copies of a label containing a
serial number (0123, 0124 and 0125)
/
Enter numbers
Move the cursor
X Setting Margin (
/
/
[Margin]
[Full/Half/Narrow/Chain Print]
[Full]/[Half]/[Narrow]
For leaving equal margins on both sides of the
text.
Half
Full
to the number you wish to increment
Narrow
ABC
1"
/
Option]
)
[Print
[Numbering]
/
• Select the highest number you wish to be
printed when setting the number.
[Mirror]
Example: Follow the instructions below after
entering "J.SMITH" if you want to
Mirror Print "J.SMITH".
ABC
1"
0.47"
ABC
0.16"
0.47"
0.16"
[Chain Print]
Use this setting when printing several labels with
minimum margins.
1. Enter text.
2. Press
3. Press
, then [Copies: ] appears.
/
or enter number with
number keys to select the number of copies.
4. Press
. Printing starts, and then the
message "Feed OK?" appears.
/
Enter text/characters
[Print Option]
/
[Mirror]
[Mirror Print?]
5. Press
to enter more text.
6. Clear the text, enter the text for the next label,
and then press
.
7. When the message "Feed OK?" appears after
the last label is printed, press
• Use clear tape in [Mirror], so you can read the
labels correctly from the opposite side when
attached on glass, windows or other
transparent surfaces.
.
8. After the tape is fed, press the cutter lever to
cut off the chain of labels.
Printing Labels (continued)
NOTE
• When you set [Chain Print], feed the tape before
using the cutter otherwise a part of the text may
be cut off.
• When you set [Half] or [Narrow], displayed label
length is the length from the printed dots ( ) to
the end of the label. Cut along the printed dots
(:) with scissors.
LCD
Saving Label Files
You can save up to 15 labels and recall them for
printing at a later date. A maximum of 80
characters can be saved per file, a maximum of
1200 characters can be saved in total memory.
You can also edit and overwrite the stored labels.
X Save
/
Enter Text
/
/
[Save]
Label image
ABC
Full
2.7"
X Print
ABC
Half
/
1.6"
ABC
Narrow
/
1.0"
• To print more than one copy of a label with
minimum margin, set the margin to [Narrow].
• Do not pull the tape since this may damage the
tape cassette.
• After pressing
[File]
, "Accepted" is displayed for
[File]
/
[Print]
[Copies: ]
/
/
-
X Open
approximately one second.
/
/
[File]
[Open]
/
NOTE
• You can also enter the File menu by pressing
.
• If you try to store a label when there is already a
label stored to that number, a message
“Overwrite OK?” appears. Press
your new label. Press
to save
to cancel.
• You must type text before starting the save
function.
• After pressing
, "Accepted" is displayed for
approximately one second.
3 USING TEMPLATES
Cable Label
Text Label
This function allows you to create two types of
cable labels.
This function allows you to create various labels
using the built-in templates. See the Text Label
templates table included in this insertion sheet.
Cable Label template 1 :
Cable Label template 2 :
XExample:
Example: Cable Label 1
/
[Select Layout]
[Template that includes one
repeated graphic]
text
[Print]
/
[Copies: ]
/
[Input Text] Enter
/
-
[Decorative]
/
[Select Category]
[Select Design]
[Text]
/
[Input Text]
NOTE
• You cannot set label length when printing Cable
Labels.
• To clear all text and settings or text only, press
/
[Copies: ]
• You can set the Font, Size, Style and Frame
while entering texts.
• To exit templates and return to the text input
screen, do one of following:
b) Press
39.0" (30-999mm)]
.
/
[Auto/1.2"[Print]
[Text&Format]/[Text Only]
.
a) Press
/
[Set Label Length]
to select [Exit], and then press
when "Print" appears.
• To preview labels, press the Preview key when
[Print] is displayed on the LCD.
• You cannot save labels created using templates
to memory.
/
/
-
NOTE
• Press the Space key to return to the initial
setting for "Label Length" mode. The initial
setting is [Auto].
• To clear the text, move the cursor to the right side
where you wish to clear, and then press
• To clear all text, press
appears. Press
.
, then “All Clear”
to clear. Press
to cancel.
• You cannot set the Font, Size, Style and Frame
while entering texts.
• If you set the longer label length than the default
([Auto]), the text label is printed repeatedly
within the set length. The text label may not be
fully printed depending on the set length.
• The available label length setting changes
depending on the number of texts you entered.
• These templates are available when using 0.47"
(12mm) wide tape cassettes.
• You cannot edit the templates.
Text Label (continued)
Pattern Label
• To exit templates and return to the text input
screen, do one of following:
This function allows you to create unique labels
using built-in templates. See the Pattern Label
templates table included in this insertion sheet.
You cannot enter text when using Pattern Label
templates.
a) Press
b) Press
.
/
to select [Exit], and then press
when "Print" appears.
• To preview labels, press the Preview key when
[Print] is displayed on the LCD.
• You cannot save labels created using templates
to memory.
• When you access Text Label or Pattern Label
templates, your most recently printed Text
Label or Pattern Label template label length is
recalled.
Example:
/
[Decorative]
/
[Select Category]
/
[Select Design]
4/5
/
[Set Label Length]
[Print]
(30-999mm)]
/
/
[Pattern]
[1.2"-39.0"
[Copies: ]
-
NOTE
• Press the Space key to return to the initial
setting for “Label Length” mode. The initial
setting is [3.9"(100 mm)].
• These templates are available when using 0.47"
(12mm) wide tape cassettes.
• You cannot edit the templates.
• To exit templates and return to the text input
screen, do one of following:
a) Press
b) Press
.
/
to select [Exit], and then press
when "Print" appears.
• To preview labels, press the Preview key when
[Print] is displayed on the LCD.
• You cannot save labels created using templates
to memory.
• When you access Text Label or Pattern Label
templates, your most recently printed Text
Label or Pattern Label template label length is
recalled.
4 FORMATTING KEYS
Font Key
Press
Frame Key
to change the font settings.
/
Font
Select the settings
Florida
/
• To cancel operations, press
.
• After pressing
Small
Style Key
to change the style settings.
/
NOTE
Medium
Select the settings
Size
Select a frame
Large
to change the size settings.
/
Style
Frame designs table included in this insertion sheet.
• See the Font samples table included in this
insertion sheet.
• The actual printed font size depends on the tape
width, number of characters, and number of
input lines. When characters reach a minimum
size, the selected font defaults to a custom font
based on the Helsinki style. This allows you to
print labels using the smallest text possible on
narrow or multi-line labels.
Size Key
Press
to select the frame design. See the
Helsinki
Brussels
Press
Press
Select the settings
Normal
Bold
Outline
Shadow
Italic
I+Bold
I+Outline
I+Shadow
Vertical
V+Bold
, "Accepted" is displayed for
approximately one second.
5 OTHER
Symbol key
Specifications
X Entering Symbols
[History*1/Basic/Pictograph]
/
/
/
Select category
Select a symbol
• See the table of symbols included in this
insertion sheet.
• To cancel operations, press
.
• *1 When you select symbols, up to seven
recently used symbols are added to History.
• If you choose History, you cannot select the category.
• You can also select from basic and pictograph
categories by pressing the shortcut keys
included in this insertion sheet.
X Basic
Punctuation
Space
key
Unit
Mathematics
Greek Letter
Brackets
Number
Arrows
Shape
X Pictograph
Fun
Space
key
Kitchen
Smiley
Garden
Clothing
DIY
Vehicle
School
Sports
Office
Animal
Signs
Holiday
Datacom/AV
Food/Drink
Electrical
Dimensions:
(W x D x H)
4.3" X 8.0" X 2.2"
(Approx. 109(W) X 202(D) X 55(H)mm)
Weight:
Approx. 0.9 lb. (Approx. 400 g)
(without batteries and tape cassette)
Power supply:
Six AAA alkaline batteries (LR03)
Six AAA Ni-MH batteries (HR03)*1
Optional AC adapter (AD-24ESA)
Tape cassette:
Brother P-touch TZe tape widths:
0.13" (3.5mm), 0.23" (6mm),
0.35" (9mm), 0.47" (12mm)
*1 Visit http://support.brother.com/ for the latest
information about the recommended batteries.
Accessories
Tape
Cassettes:
AC Adapter:
Cutter Unit:
See the included “Supplies and
Accessories Guide”.
AD-24ESA
TC-4 (replacement)
If the cutter blade becomes blunt after repetitive use
and the tape cannot be cut cleanly, turn around the
cutter board as shown in the illustration 1.
If you still have the difficulties, replace with new
cutter unit (stock no. TC-4) by obtaining from an
authorized Brother reseller.
X Replacing the Cutter Unit
1. Pull out the two sections of the cutter unit
(green) in the direction of the arrows shown in
the illustration 2.
2. Install a new cutter unit. Push it in until it snaps
into place.
cutter board
WARNING
Do not touch the cutter blade directly with your fingers.
6 HELPFUL HINTS
Troubleshooting
X Error message
Message
X What to do when...
Cause/Remedy
Problem
Battery Low!
The batteries are weak.
If using AAA alkaline batteries: Replace them
with six new AAA alkaline batteries. Do not use
old and new batteries together or mix alkaline
batteries with other battery types.
If using Ni-MH batteries: Charge them fully.
Battery Empty!
The installed batteries are running low and
need to be changed for continued operation.
Invalid!
• There is no text above the cursor when you
selected [Numbering].
• You selected an invalid character for
[Numbering].
• You selected an invalid number for [Label Length].
• You entered an invalid value as the label
length while using templates.
No Text!
• You tried to print a text file when there is no
data stored in the memory.
• You pressed
when no text is entered.
• You pressed
when no text is entered.
• You pressed
or
when no text was
entered while using templates.
2 Line Limit!/
1 Line Limit!
• You tried to enter a 3rd line by pressing
.
• You tried to print or preview two lines of text
while 0.13" (3.5mm) or 0.23" (6 mm) tape is
installed. Install larger tape size.
No Cassette!
You tried to print, feed or preview a label when
there is no cassette installed.
Cutter Pressed You pressed the tape cutter lever in the middle
of printing process.
Text Full!
You have already entered the maximum
number of characters allowed (80 characters
for text, 50 characters for templates. If your
message contains symbols, the maximum
number of characters could be reduced.).
Text Limit!
Since the number of entered characters
Change Length exceeds the label length, reduce the text, or
select [Auto] as the label length.
No Frame OK? • Printing on 0.13" (3.5mm) tape with invalid
Frame setting ON.
(Select
to print with no Frame,
to cancel.)
Feed OK?
• Feeding tape after printing when [Chain Print]
is selected. See “Setting Margin”.
Insert 0.47"
• Only 0.47"(12mm) tape cassette is available
for templates.
Wrong Tape!
Use TZe tape
• Use a tape cassette with the
mark.
The display
stays blank
after you have
turned on the
label maker.
Solution
• Check that you installed the batteries
correctly with the positive and negative ends
in the correct position.
• If the batteries are weak, replace them with six
new AAA alkaline batteries. Do not use old
and new batteries together or mix alkaline
batteries with other battery types.
• Check that you connected the AD-24ESA
adapter correctly.
When the label
is printed out,
• See “Setting Margin” in this users guide and
there is too
select [Half] or [Narrow] to have smaller
much margin
margins for your label.
(space) on both
sides of the text.
The label maker • Check that you have inserted the tape
does not print, or
cassette correctly.
the printed
• If the tape cassette is empty, replace it.
characters are not • Check that you closed the cassette cover
formed correctly.
correctly.
The label
maker's
settings have
cleared on its
own.
• The batteries may be weak. Replace them
with six new AAA alkaline batteries. Do not
use old and new batteries together or mix
alkaline batteries with other battery types.
• When power is disconnected for more than
three minutes, all text and formats in the display
are lost.
A blank horizontal • There may be some dust on the print head.
line appears
Remove the tape cassette and use a dry
through the
cotton swab to gently wipe the print head with
printed label.
an up-and-down motion.
The label maker
has “locked up”
(that is, nothing
happens when a • See “Resetting the label maker”.
key is pressed,
even though the
label maker is on.)
The power
turns off when
you try to print.
• The batteries may be weak. Replace them
with six new AAA alkaline batteries. Do not
use old and new batteries together or mix
alkaline batteries with other battery types.
• Check that you inserted the batteries correctly.
• A wrong adapter is used; the recommended
adapter is the AD-24ESA.
The tape does
• Check that the end of the tape feeds under
not feed
the tape guides.
correctly or the
tape gets stuck • The cutter lever is pressed while printing. Do
inside the label
not touch the cutter lever during printing.
maker.
To change
• See "Initial Settings".
language setting.
6 HELPFUL HINTS (continued)
Short Cuts
Language
Space key
Width
Label Length
Margin
File
Should you encounter any problems with
your product, please do not return your
product to the store.
After referring to the User's guide, if you still
need assistance, contact Brother Customer
Service at:
Voice: 1-877-BROTHER
Web: www.brother-usa.com
Fax: 1-901-379-1210
If you need to locate a service center, please
call 1-877-BROTHER or visit
www.brother-usa.com
CAUTION
Decorative
USING A COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT
BATTERIES (SUCH AS Ni-MH AND ALKALINE),
MAY RESULT IN AN EXPLOSION. DISPOSE
OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS.
Print Option
Feed
Unit
NOTE
LCD contrast
Resetting the label maker
You can reset the label maker when you want to
restore it to factory settings, or in the event it is not
working correctly. All text, settings and stored files
are cleared.
1
Turn off the label maker, hold down
and
, and then press
to turn
Battery Recommendations
• Remove the batteries if you do not intend to
use the label maker for an extended period
of time.
• Dispose of the batteries at an appropriate
collection point, not in the general waste
stream. In addition, be sure to observe all
applicable federal, state, and local
regulations.
• When storing or discarding the batteries, wrap
it (for example with cellophane tape), to
prevent it from short-circuiting. (See the
picture on the lower right)
the label maker back on.
(Battery insulation example)
2
First release the power button, and then
release
and
.
The label maker turns on with the internal
memory reset.
1. Cellophane tape
2. Alkaline or Ni-MH
battery
2
1
Smiley
Holiday
Food/Drink
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