Version 1.2 – 11/2016
User Manual XTP 804
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL -4
Introduction -4
Safety Rules -5
Materials and Products -6
Lifting and Handling -6
Ergonomic Design -6
Positoning -6
Electrical Installation and Settings -7
Important Notes and Preventive Measures -10
TECHNICAL DATA -10
Description -10
Machine Specifications -11
Printer 64-04 Specifications -12
Label Specifications -12
Recommended Spares -13
SAFETY DEVICES, ACCIDENT PREVENTION -16
Workplace, Areas at Risk -14
Guards and safety devices -15
Noise Level -16
Vibration -16
Risks for the Operator -16
Residual Risks -16
Intended Use -18
Reasonably Foreseeable Misuse -20
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CONTROL PANEL -19
Description of Key -20
Settings -21
Description of Process Flow -20
Functional Design -24
Settings at Label Tray -26
Option: Automatic Horizontal and Vertical Stacker -29
Option: RFID and Barcode Reader -32
USE AND MAINTENANCE -33
Maintenance -33
Routine Maintenance -33
Print head cleaning or changing -33
Extraorndinary Maintenance -33
Troubleshooting -34
SPARE PARTS -36
WARRANTY -41
Customer Service -41
Attachements -41
SCRAPPING THE PRINTER -43
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GENERAL
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this manual is to provide the user with the general information
required to operate and service the machine correctly. Please read this manual
carefully before installing, operating, adjusting, servicing or repairing the machine.
In addition to instructions, it contains useful advice and recommendations. If the
machine is used by several people, this manual must be kept readily available for
all of them as it is an integral part of the operator, machine and environmental
safety requirements.
It is assumed that the reader has already acquired experience servicing industrial
machinery, so elementary maintenance notions have been omitted. The machine
has been designed and built in accordance with rigorous accident prevention and
occupational safety standards, but the operators and service personnel must still
comply fully with all the applicable in-house and other safety rules.
The descriptions and illustrations contained herein are not binding. The
manufacturer reserves the right to make to this manual, at any time and without
the obligation to update it, changes to the components, design details or spare
parts, deemed necessary for constructional or commercial requirements.
The testing and maintenance intervals stated herein should always be considered
as the minimal requirements for guaranteeing efficient operation, safety and long
life of the machine under normal working conditions. The machine must always
be monitored constantly and prompt action taken in the event of a malfunction.
This manual must be stored in a safe place for future reference, and kept in a
legible condition.
THIS SIGN HIGHLIGHTS POINTS THAT REQUIRE EXTRA ATTENTION.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS INJURY
OR DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE.
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SAFETY RULES
The machine has been designed and built in accordance with the
Technical Standards listed below:
UNI EN ISO 12100
Safety of machinery – Basic concepts, general
principles for design
UNI EN ISO 13857
Safety of machinery – Safety distances to
prevent hazard zones being reached by upper
and lower limbs
UNI EN ISO 13850
Safety of machinery – Emergency stop,
functional aspects
CEI EN 61439-1
Safety of machinery – Machine wiring Part I:
General rules
UNI EN ISO 14121-1
Safety of machinery – Risk assessment - Part 1:
Principles
EN ISO 4413
EN ISO 4414
UNI EN 953
Safety of machinery – Safety requirements for
systems and their components for hydraulic and
pneumatic transmissions Hydraulics
Safety of machinery – Safety requirements for
systems and their components for hydraulic and
pneumatic transmissions Pneumatics
Safety of machinery – Guards. General
requirements for the design and construction of
fixed and movable guards
UNI EN 349
Safety of machinery – Minimum gaps to avoid
crushing of parts of the human body
89/391/EEC
rCE 1882/2003
2007/30/CE
rCE 1137/2008
The European workplace health and safety
directive
89/656/EEC
Use of personal protection equipment
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MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
The materials and products used in the building of this machine are not hazardous
for the health of the operator or user, or for the machine itself.
LIFTING AND HANDLING
The machine can be lifted either using a forklift truck, with a flat support placed on
the forks, or by manpower alone.
Rules to follow when using a forklift truck:
-
Make sure it is of a sufficient capacity (the machine weighs about 45 kg).
Avoid moving the machine long distances.
Keep the load as low as possible to allow greater stability and visibility.
Check the condition of the floor before putting the machine down.
If the machine is lifted and moved by manpower alone, at least two people need
be involved.
ERGONOMIC DESIGN
The machine is designed ergonomically to reduce operator discomfort, physical
effort and mental stress to a minimum. Plenty of manoeuvring space has been left
for the operator and the machine is free from sharp edges and projecting parts that
could cause a hazard.
POSITIONING
The printer must be placed on a firm flat surface with sufficient room for loading blank
labels, removing printed labels and carrying out routine maintenance.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND SETTINGS
POWER SUPPLY
Power source required for the printer:
A: 110 - 240VAC 50/60Hz - 2A + earth with a min. wire cross section of 1.5 mm2.
B: Compressed air (6 bar) for the suction circuit and for the air blow;
pipe OD 6mm, plug connection at use of:
a) Pneumatic version
b) Air nozzle
Some type of labels need an air blow as help for a better separation from the
labels pack. Not mandatory, connect only if needed.
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A
B
PRINT FILE CONNECTORS
A: LAN 10/100 connector
B: USB drive
C: serial 9p
B
A
C
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Connection to the protection door sensor
The printer is equipped with a protection door at its front to prevent injury.
The open and closed position is controlled by a sensor. Operation without this
protection is not permitted under all circumstances.
IMPORTANT NOTES AND PREVENTIVE MEASURES
Below is a list of general accident prevention rules to be followed by the
maintenance personnel.
Other laws and rules in force in the country of installation must also be complied
with.
a) Ordinary maintenance, inspection and lubrication must take place with the
machine switched off and the electricity and compressed air supply
disconnected.
b) The machine must be operated, serviced and repaired by fully qualified
personnel with the necessary experience. No one else must be allowed near
the machine while it is running.
c) Keep the safety devices in proper working order.
d) Never tamper with or remove the guards or safety devices during operation.
e) After maintenance work, the person in charge must check that all the guards
and safety devices have been correctly reinstated.
f) Materials and equipment must only be left in the work area for the time they
are required. Everything must be cleared away afterwards.
g) Always use the personal protective equipment provided.
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TECHNICAL DATA
DESCRIPTION
The desktop label printer is designed to run on automatic mode and continuously.
It works unattended and automatically until the label magazine is empty.
It comprises a wrap magazine, a pick & place device, a thermal printing device
and a stacker of printed labels. Once the infeed stacker is empty, the machine
stops automatically.
MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS
DESKTOP LABEL WIDTH
35-150 mm
LABEL HEIGHT
40-265 mm
LABEL MAGAZINE CAPACITY
300 mm
MACHINE WIDTH
500 mm
MACHINE HEIGHT
860 mm
MACHINE DEPTH
370 mm
WEIGHT
45 kg
VOLTAGE
100-220VAC 50/60Hz
INPUT POWER (PROTECTION)
1.5 A
CONNECTION
2+ earth x 1.5mm2
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
5-45°C max
TRANSPORT TEMPERATURE
0-70°C
MOISTURE
40-70%, none condensing
AIR PRESSURE
Air consumption: 40l/min,
6 mm air hose connection,
4-6 bar pressure
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PRINTER 64-04 SPECIFICATIONS
See manual on attached NOVEXX CD or visit:
http://www.novexx.com/service-and-support/user-manuals-new/
LABEL SPECIFICATIONS
WIDTH
LENGTH
THICKNESS/WEIGHT
PRINT WIDTH
35-150 mm
40-265 mm
0,1 -0,25 mm RESP. 100-250 gr/m²
4 INCHES = 106,6 mm
5 INCHES = 127,9 mm
THE CARDBOARDS MUST BE SHAPED IN SUCH A WAY AS TO ENSURE
THAT THEIR RIGHT-ANGLE SIDES ARE PARALLEL AND FREE OF ANY
PROJECTIONS.
THE AREA AT WHICH THE SUCTION CUP APPLIES MUST NOT BE ANY
PERFORATIONS AND ONLY FLAT AND EVEN SURFACE.
THE MATERIAL MUST NOT BE PERVIOUS TO AIR.
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RECOMMENDED SPARES
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE
Suction pad
Vacuostat
Label detection photocell
Printhead
Feed roller
Printhead counter-roller
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
2.5.5
2.5.6
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
Figs. 2.5.1, 2.5.2 – Label pick & place assembly and suction pad vacuum sensor
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C
(Fig. 2.5.3 – Label detection photocell)
D
(Fig. 2.5.4 – Printhead)
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F
E
(Fig. 2.5.5, 2.5.6 – Feed rollers and printhead counter-roller)
SAFETY DEVICES, ACCIDENT, PREVENTION
WORKPLACE, AREAS AT RISK
IF THE GUARDS OR COVERS NEED TO BE REMOVED TEMPORARILY FOR
MAINTENANCE PURPOSES, THIS MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED
OPERATOR WITH THE POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECTED. NEVER OPERATE
THE MACHINE WITH THE GUARDS REMOVED.
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GUARDS AND SAFETY DEVICES
(Fig. 3.2.A – Rear printer guard)
The printer comes with a front guard that can be opened, and prevents access to
the moving parts. A sensor prevents operation of the machine when this guard is
open.
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The guard at the back of the printer merely protects the board and the electronic
components from dust and impact. This rear guard must not be removed nor
covered with any things as this would impact the cooling of the device. The
automatic stacking module, if installed, is equipped with a sensor that stops the
descent of the shelf if it hits an obstacle.
The descent of the
stacker stops if it
encounters an
obstacle.
NOISE LEVEL
The noise level measured during operation is less than 70 dB.
VIBRATION
The machine is designed and built to reduce vibration to an absolute minimum.
RISKS FOR THE OPERATOR
If the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations are followed carefully, the
machine should not cause a hazard for the operator.
RESIDUAL RISKS
The nature of the machine means there are certain residual risks that cannot be
protected against completely. These risks are highlighted by stickers informing the
operator of the type of hazard.
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“Danger – high temperature area”
(Fig. 3.6.A and B – Sticker affixed to the part of the printhead area with drive
rollers)
“Danger of crushing hands”
(Fig. 3.6.C – Sticker affixed in the label pick-up area)
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INTENDED USE
This machine is designed to print barcodes or any type of logo on hang tags or
display tags.
It must not be used for any other purpose. The materials used must not entail any
risks associated with the printing process.
THE MACHINE IS DESIGNED TO RUN AUTOMATICALLY AND
CONTINUOUSLY WITHOUT THE PRESENCE OF AN OPERATOR AND
SAFETY MEASURES ARE ADOPTED FOR THIS PURPOSE.
UNAUTHORISED PERSONNEL MUST NOT BE ALLOWED NEAR THE
MACHINE IN OPERATION.
REASONABLY FORESEEABLE MISUSE
Use of the machine not in accordance with the technical specifications may cause
the product to jam, which could cause damage to the machine and injure the
intervening operator. In particular, the dimensions of the label and its alignment in
the magazine must be accurate.
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CONTROL PANEL
B
A
(Fig. 4.2.A – Control panel)
The control panel consists of two sections (Fig. 4.2.A):
Section A is used to control label movement.
Section B is only used to control the printer
(printer parameter setting and error display).
For further details of the buttons in section B, please refer to the printer user
manual or CD attached hereto.
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DESCRIPTION OF KEYS
Display A can be used:
to launch automatic continuous printing
(a number greater than 0 should be entered)
Start
STOP
Single
to interrupt the current printing process
to launch single card printing
(a number greater than 0 must be entered)
to return to the home page
Setting
s
Barcode
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to open the function set page
(not always available)
to enable/disable verification of the printed barcode
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SETTINGS
This page allows you to select whether or not to insert the following modes:
BLOW: by setting the switch to ON inserts an air blow that helps to separate
labels when picking. This function is available at the XTP 804 only (compressed
air generated by a 2 step vector pump).
STACKER: option related to the presence or not of the automatic horizontal
stacker; by setting the switch to ON it activates the automatic positioning system
of the stacker platform. By setting the switch to OFF the plan stacker descends to
the maximum excursion.
Both printer and pick & place device are synchronized by means of the mandatory
parameter setting at printer.
> Menu > System Parameters > Missing Label tolerance > 5
Other parameters, which are recommend to be set after a facory reset
specific to XTP values
> Menu > Interface Parameters > Drive Assignment > Drive C: USB
> Menu > System Parameters
> Menu > System Parameters
> Menu > System Parameters
> Menu > System Parameters
or |OFF|
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> Mat.end detect > off
> External signal > Single Start
> Start Print Mode> Puls falling
> Ribbonautoecon. > according to needs: |On|
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DESCRIPTION OF PROCCESS FLOW
The machine is delivered fully regulated and ready to go into operation. When you
operate the master switch on the left-hand side of the base, the machine powers
on in the home position, and the system runs a short auto test, highlighted by
“WAIT” displayed in section A. After about ten seconds the system is ready to
receive instructions. Proceed as follows to launch production.
CYCLE START
Single
Start
STOP
Connect the PC and use the dedicated programme to
send the print data.
- If the printer has received the data correctly, the
number of labels to print will appear on the display B.
- Click to launch continuous printing; Working is
displayed in section A.
- Click to launch printing of a single label.
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CYCLE INTERRUPTION
-
Start
Click to interrupt an automatic cycle (display A on
Working). The system completes the current print
cycle and stops; display A shows the message
Ending.
Click to restart a continuous printing cycle or to
print a single label.
CYCLE RESTART
Single
ONLINE-
If the magazine runs out of labels, Error appears on
display A. If this happens, replenish the magazine and
proceed as follows:
FEED-
o
When error ERR 5001 is displayed, press in
sequence (if the alarm number is different,
consult the printer handbook and remove the
cause).
o Press to finish operation
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RESET THE PRINTER COUNTERS BEFORE SENDING NEW PRINTING DATA
BY PRESSING THE FOLLOWING KEYS SIMULTANEOUSLY.
CUT-
ONLINE-
FEED-
Select “TRANSMISSIVE” in the “TYPE OF PAPER” menu in the PC print driver.
If you wish to reset previous printer data each time a label file is transferred, select
“ELIMINATE THE PREVIOUS PRINT PROCESS”. The printing speed and the
printhead temperature parameters can be set when a file is sent.

LABEL LOADING/UNLOADING
BLANK LABELS MUST BE LOADED AND PRINTED LABELS UNLOADED
WITH THE MACHINE AT A STANDSTILL.
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FUNCTIONAL DESIGN
Below is a brief description of the operating principle.
When the machine is switched on it runs a rapid auto test. After transferring print
data (label layout and number to print), the machine will be ready to start.
When the machine is ready, press the (single or automatic) print start button. The
arm moves to the pick-up position and the suction system activates.
If there is blank label in the magazine, it is picked up by suction when a negative
pressure is created in the pneumatic system. The arm holding the label descends
towards the rollers, which have already started to turn, and releases it in a set
position.
The arm continues moving downwards and then rises to avoid interfering with the
movement of the label, which is drawn in between the rollers of the printer and
processed. A sensor detects the presence of a label between the rollers and
prevents a new one from being picked up until the first one has come out
completely.
The next labels pile up behind it in the same way.
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In addition to being stopped by the operator, the machine can stop for a series of
reasons.
a) If the label magazine is empty, the pick-up arm will remain in the up position
for a moment, trying to pick up a label. As it is unable to do so, a generic
“ERROR” alarm is generated and the machine stops.
b) If a faulty label is not fed into the rollers correctly, a generic “ERROR” alarm
is generated and the machine stops.
c) If a label gets stuck between the rollers, the process is interrupted and
remains on hold for a few seconds, after which a generic “ERROR” alarm is
generated and the machine stops.
d) If the barcode option is installed and the sensor detects an illegible code, a
specific “Barcode ERROR” alarm is generated and the machine stops.
e) When the number set on the printer is reached, the machine behaves as in
case “c” as the label is fed into the roller but it is not printed, preventing the
next one from being picked up.
Click
page.
to return to the home page from the error message
The printing unit (display B) can be reset by pressing
ONLINE-
FEED-
in sequence.
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SETTINGS AT LABEL TRAY
A
B
C
Fig. 5.3.1 – Label magazine
Vertical adjustment A
Adjust the vertical regulator (A) so that the upper end of the label rests in the lower
part of the support (Fig. 5.3.1). When using larger labels, move regulator A right up
and let them rest on the upper part of the support.
Horizontal adjustment B
Adjust the vertical regulator (B) to get about 0.5 mm between it and the labels
(Fig. 5.3.1).
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Adjusting the suction pad
Proceed as follows to adjust the position of the suction pad.
- Switch off the printer
- Move the arm into the pick-up position and adjust the position along axis A
of the support to centre it on the label (Fig. 5.3.1)
Adjusting the counter weight
Proceed as follows:
- Set contact surface A at center of label stack
- Release the counter weight B by pulling knob C, the weight drops onto
stack
- It prevents, that the last labels of a stack will be picked up properly and not
pushed upwards by the suction cup
C
B
A
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Checking the label detection photocell
A
Fig.5.3.3 – Label detection photocell
The photocell A in Fig. 5.3.3 detects the presence of a label entering the printer.
As long as the photocell detects a label present, a new label is not picked up.
When a label is present, both lights (green and orange) above the photocell must
be on. When there is no label, only the green light is on.
If the orange light is on but there is no label, clean the surface of the reflector
carefully and check the position of the photocell.
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OPTION: AUTOMATIC HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL STACKER
In the case of very small labels, on request, it is available a system for the
automatic stacking; the option provides a motorized system that maintains the
accumulation of the labels printed always at an optimal height. A series of sensors
sees the rise of the stack of printed labels and drives the support surface to
descend. When the shelf reaches the maximum travel, the printer stops and
reports the message "STACKER FULL".
After empting the stack, the platform rises automatically in the upper position.
This option will be enabled/deactivated via touch screen interface –
SETTINGS; if set to OFF, the shelf reaches its maximum lower position.
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Settings at the horizontal stacker (collecting tray)
B
A
C
Fig.5.3.4
Printed labels are fed into a stacker, the length of which can be adjusted via the
movable stop A.
The width can be adjusted by positioning the side movable stop B and the
magnetic stops C as shown in Figure 5.3.4.
All are easily removable in those cases where the size and type of the labels is
such as to not require them or obsolete the use of the automatic stacker.
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Settings at the vertical stacker (collecting tray)
C
A
B
Fig.5.3.5
Printed tags will be fed and stacked automatically in vertical orientation at the
stacker. A mechanism pushes automatically label by label until the collecting tray
is full and needs to be emptied.
Adjustment of the lateral, magnetic guide A to the width of the label by sliding it
into proper position.
Settings block B to the inner position at the beginning of the print operation or after
emptying the stack.
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OPTION: RFID AND BARCODE READER
On request it may be mounted the RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
read/write optional module; this module works linked with to the printer. For
specific details about setup and use, please refer to the attached manual of the
printer.
Antenna read/write RFID
Barcode Reader
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USE AND MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
Before carrying out any maintenance work likely to cause a hazard to the operator
or anyone else, put in place all the safety measures required to comply with the
applicable accident-prevention laws. See also point 1.7 – Important Notes and
Preventive Measures.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
The maintenance operations listed below should be considered the minimum
required to operate in safety.
- Clean the whole machine regularly.
- Check the tightness of the securing screws, especially after the first few hours
of operation.
- Clean the suction cap filter.
- Clean the surface of the label photocell reflector.
PRINT HEAD CLEANING OR CHANGING
Remove the black pole underneath the printhead pulling it parallel to print head,
this frees the access to the head.
Follow further instructions at NOVEXX CD
EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE
This machine does not required extraordinary maintenance.
For the print module refer to the NOVEXX manual.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
BEFORE ACCESSING THE PRINTER, MAKE SURE IT HAS BEEN
DISCONNECTED FROM THE POWER SUPPLY.
Most malfunctions cause the machine to stop and generate a specific alarm.
The following warning messages appear on display A:
- 00#End of jobs – all prints have been completed; the last label has not entered
correctly the print rollers; something obstructs the entry photocell.
Measure: Remove last picked up label upwards, clear remedy at display and
continues, eventually check label path for blockings
- 01#End of labels and 04#Missed label – input stacker empty, label picked up
incorrectly or no labels in the magazine; the vacuum sensor cannot intervene due
to a problem in the suction system.
Measure: Refill input stacker, clean vacuum cup, check vacuum system for
leakages.
- 02#End of jobs – all prints have been completed; the last label entered correctly
the print rollers but it is not printed.
Measure: Fed last label with key FF when printer is at status OFFLINE
- 03#Barcode error – barcode printed incorrectly (print quality or barcode error).
Measure: Check use of correct thermal transfer foil or adjusted contrast, check
ribbon transport and remove wrinkles
- 05#Stacker full – the automatic stacker has reached its maximum excursion /
storage capability.
Measure: Empty collecting tray
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The position at which the machine stops can also provide information of the
problem encountered.
-
If the pick-up arm stops in the forward position in contact with the first label
in the magazine but does not continue with the cycle, check the suction pad
is in contact with the label. If it is, then check the suction circuit – pipes and
vacuum sensor.
-
If the pick-up arm moves towards the magazine but the suction pad does
not advance, check whether the photocell detects the absence of a label
entering the printer. If there is no label, the orange light on the photocell
must be off.
-
If the labels do not enter the printer rollers correctly, check that the small,
knurled knob at the side (F in Fig. 2.5.6) is turned fully anticlockwise. This
knob regulates the position of the fork photocell that detects the presence of
a label being printed. With this setting, the knob is fully out.
-
If the pick-up arm stops in the in the label pick-up position, it means the
previous label has got stuck in the rollers.
-
If the pick & place system has problems picking up the labels because they
are too compact or too light and thin, try to separate them as you do with a
new pack of playing cards.
-
Refer to the NOVEXX manual for details of the printer errors displayed.
THE BARCODE MUST ALWAYS BE PRINTED HORIZONTALLY WITH
RESPECT TO THE READER BEAM, BUT IT CAN ALSO BE PRINTED
VERTICALLY OR INVERTED.
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SPARE PARTS
Note: Spare parts referring to the printer part of the XTP 804 such as print head,
drive roller, electronic and mechanical components can be found in the spare parts
catalog of the 64-04 printer on the attached documentation CD.
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WARRANTY
The warranty covers faulty materials and/or faulty manufacturing. The warranty
does not cover travel expense sustained by personnel sent to the User’s premises.
The Manufacturer disclaims all liability for damage or injury caused by poor or a
lack of maintenance. The warranty validity period will be agreed on in the order.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Only original spare parts must be used. If it is ascertained that non-original spare
parts are used or modifications not authorised by NOVEXX Solutions GmbH are
made, the manufacturer will disclaim all liability and the warranty will be
invalidated.
Please specify the following details when ordering spare parts.
1) Type of machine
2) Serial number
3) Type of spare part
4) Quantity required
ATTACHMENTS
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Declaration of conformity
Wiring Diagram
Printer Control Panel Manual
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
AUTOTEX ITALIA S.r.l.
Via Garza 8 - 25010 Borgosatollo (BS) - ITALY
hereby declares under its sole responsibility that the machine type:
AUTOMATIC LABEL PRINTER
MODEL:
PRINTECH
complies with the following directives:
-
2006/42/CE Machinery Directive
2014/30/CE Electromagnetic compatibility
2014/35/CE Low Voltage
Reference to the following harmonized standards:
-
UNI EN ISO 12100 /2010
UNI EN 13857 /2008
UNI EN 60204-1 /2006
The Technical File is prepared and stored directly within the AUTOTEX ITALIA
S.r.l. Via Garza 8 - 25010 Borgosatollo (BS) - ITALY
The person authorized to compile and to store the technical file is:
Valter Molinari, the legal representative of the AUTOTEX ITALIA S.r.l. Via Garza
8 - 25010 Borgosatollo (BS) - ITALY
The manufacturer disclaims all liability for damage or injury if the machine is used
in breach of the instructions contained herein.
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SCRAPPING THE PRINTER
Before scrapping
Disposal measures
During the production of the individual components, the manufacturer ensures that as little
an impact is made on the environmental as possible. When it comes to disposal, you as
the user have a considerable influence in helping to reduce the strain on the environment.
For details about the disposal of material (e. g. ribbon) please consult the respective
manufacturer. Please heed the following notes regarding the disposal of packaging, defect
components after maintenance or repair work, or even the disposal of the printer after the
end of the product's service life:
 Dispose of waste properly, i.e. sorted according to the material groups of the parts to be
disposed of. The aim should always be to achieve a maximum possible reutilization of the
basic materials combined with the minimum possible environmental impact.
Therefore, pay attention to the following:

First of all, remove problem materials from the device and dispose of them separately.
Problem materials are e.g. batteries, LCD displays and parts containing mercury.
 Then separate the remaining parts as much as possible according to material for
recycling.
 Pay attention to the material and disposal instructions which may be included
on certain individual parts.
 Under no circumstances should you simply throw electrical or electronic scrap into the
rubbish bin.
 Use environmentally compatible alternatives such as returning waste to the suppliers or
the manufacturer, disposal by specialized waste disposal firms, exchange services, etc.
 Fundamentally dispose of waste in as environmentally compatible a manner as today's
environmental protection, reprocessing and disposal systems allow.
 Refer to your supplier, the appropriate disposal firms or directly to the
manufacturer if you have any disposal problems. The manufacturer can provide
you with information and help you to dispose of components from the printer
range in a modern and environmentally compatible manner.
WEEE-Reg.-Nr. DE 46850411
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