Epson TM-T88V-DT Series User manual

Epson TM-T88V-DT Series User manual
Technical Reference Guide
Product Overview
Describes features for this product.
Printer Functions and Settings
Describes the printer functions and setting methods.
Windows Settings
Describes the pre-installed Widows settings and specifications.
System Development Using TM-DT Software
Describes the requirements for system development
using TM-DT software.
PC-POS System Development
Describes the PC-POS System interface, the control method
for devices, and system development using the Thin-Client
environment.
Product Specifications
Describes this product's specifications.
M00060306
Rev. G
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maintenance instructions.
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ESC/POS Proprietary Command System
Epson took the initiative by introducing ESC/POS, a proprietary POS printer command system, which includes
patented or patent pending commands and enables versatile POS system construction with high scalability.
Compatible with all types of Epson POS printers and displays, this proprietary control system also offers the
flexibility to easily make future upgrades. Its popularity is worldwide.
ESC/POS is designed to reduce the processing load on the host computer in POS environments. It comprises a
set of highly functional and efficient commands that enables the full realization of the potential of printers.
©Seiko Epson Corporation 2013-2017. All rights reserved.
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For Safety
Key to Symbols
The symbols in this manual are identified by their level of importance, as defined below. Read the following
carefully before handling the product.
You must follow warnings carefully to avoid serious bodily injury.
WARNING
CAUTION
Provides information that must be observed to prevent damage to the equipment or loss of data.
 Possibility of sustaining physical injuries.
 Possibility of causing physical damage.
 Possibility of causing information loss.
Provides information that must be observed to avoid damage to your equipment or a
malfunction.
Provides important information and useful tips.
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Warnings
WARNING
 To avoid risk of electric shock, do not set up this product or handle cables during a thunderstorm.
 Never insert or disconnect the power plug with wet hands.
Doing so may result in severe shock.
 Handle the power cable with care.
Improper handling may lead to fire or electric shock.
 Do not modify or attempt to repair the cable.
 Do not place any heavy object on top of the cable.
 Avoid excessive bending, twisting, and pulling.
 Do not place the cable near heating equipment.
 Check that the plug is clean before plugging it in.
 Be sure to push the plug all the way in.
 Be sure to use the specified power source.
Connection to an improper power source may cause fire or shock.
 Do not place multiple loads on the power outlet.
Overloading the outlet may lead to fire or shock.
 Shut down your equipment immediately if it produces smoke, a strange odor, or unusual
noise.
Continued use may lead to fire. Immediately unplug the equipment and contact your dealer
or a Seiko Epson service center for advice.
 Never attempt to repair this product yourself.
Improper repair work can be dangerous.
 Never disassemble or modify this product.
Tampering with this product may result in injury or fire.
 Do not allow foreign matter to fall into the equipment.
Penetration by foreign objects may lead to fire.
 If water or other liquid spills into this equipment, do not continue to use it.
Continued use may lead to fire. Unplug the power cord immediately and contact your dealer
or a Seiko Epson service center for advice.
 Do not use aerosol sprayers containing flammable gas inside or around this product.
Doing so may cause fire.
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Cautions
CAUTION
 Do not connect cables in ways other than those mentioned in this manual.
Different connections may cause equipment damage or fire.
 Be sure to set this equipment on a firm, stable, horizontal surface.
The product may break or cause injury if it falls.
 Do not use this product in locations subject to high humidity or dust levels.
Excessive humidity and dust may cause equipment damage or fire.
 Do not place heavy objects on top of this product. Never stand or lean on this product.
Equipment may fall or collapse, causing breakage and possible injury.
 Take care not to injure your fingers on the manual cutter
 Do not open the roll paper cover without taking the necessary precautions, as this can result
in injury from the autocutter fixed blade.
 To ensure safety, unplug this product before leaving it unused for an extended period.
 To power off the product, use the application or OS function.
Do not use the operations shown below unless the product cannot be turned off due to an
application or OS problem. Doing so may cause loss of unsaved data, require OS recovery, or
damage the HDD, SSD or other hardware.
 Forced termination by holding down the power button for approx. 4 sec.
 Power shutdown by turning off the circuit breaker on the distribution board or by disconnecting the AC cable/DC cable.
The same phenomenon may also occur due to power shutdown caused by power failure/temporary power failure.
To prevent power shutdown due to power failure/temporary power failure, using an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is recommended.
Restriction of Use
When this product is used for applications requiring high reliability/safety, such as transportation devices
related to aviation, rail, marine, automotive, etc.; disaster prevention devices; various safety devices, etc.; or
functional/precision devices, etc., you should use this product only after giving consideration to including failsafes and redundancies into your design to maintain safety and total system reliability. Because this product was
not intended for use in applications requiring extremely high reliability/safety, such as aerospace equipment,
main communication equipment, nuclear power control equipment, or medical equipment related to direct
medical care, etc., please make your own judgment on this product's suitability after a full evaluation.
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Contents
■ For Safety..................................................................................................................................3
Key to Symbols.................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Warnings ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Cautions................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
■ Restriction of Use ....................................................................................................................5
■ Contents....................................................................................................................................6
Product Overview ..........................................................................................11
■ Features ................................................................................................................................. 11
■ System Outline ..................................................................................................................... 13
PC-POS system ..................................................................................................................................................................13
Thin-Client system ...........................................................................................................................................................14
Systems that Use TM-DT software..............................................................................................................................15
■ Development Information ................................................................................................. 16
Common to All Systems.................................................................................................................................................16
PC-POS system ..................................................................................................................................................................16
Thin-Client system ...........................................................................................................................................................17
Systems that Use TM-DT software..............................................................................................................................18
Printer Functions and Settings .....................................................................19
■ Part Names and Functions ................................................................................................. 19
Main Unit Front .................................................................................................................................................................19
Product Rear.......................................................................................................................................................................24
■ Installing the Product.......................................................................................................... 26
Security Hook ....................................................................................................................................................................26
■ Connecting the AC Adapter ............................................................................................... 27
■ Turning Power On and Off.................................................................................................. 29
Turning Power On ............................................................................................................................................................29
Turning Power On for the First Time..........................................................................................................................29
Turning Power Off............................................................................................................................................................29
Power Button Settings....................................................................................................................................................30
Prevention of Accidental Operation of Power Button ........................................................................................30
Forced Termination..........................................................................................................................................................30
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■ Online and Offline................................................................................................................ 31
Online ...................................................................................................................................................................................31
Offline...................................................................................................................................................................................31
■ Handling the Roll Paper...................................................................................................... 32
Changing the Paper Width ...........................................................................................................................................32
Installing and Replacing Roll Paper ...........................................................................................................................34
Removing Jammed Paper .............................................................................................................................................36
Adjusting the Roll Paper Near-End ............................................................................................................................38
■ Attaching and Setting Peripherals.................................................................................... 39
Keyboard / Mouse............................................................................................................................................................39
Display..................................................................................................................................................................................39
USB Interface Printer.......................................................................................................................................................40
Network Printer.................................................................................................................................................................40
Customer Display .............................................................................................................................................................40
Cash Drawer .......................................................................................................................................................................42
Key Input Device ..............................................................................................................................................................44
Serial Communication Device .....................................................................................................................................44
Powered USB Hub Unit ..................................................................................................................................................44
■ Network Settings ................................................................................................................. 45
Connect to Wired LAN ....................................................................................................................................................45
Connect to Wireless LAN ...............................................................................................................................................46
■ Attaching Accessories ......................................................................................................... 48
Power Button Cover ........................................................................................................................................................48
Connector Cover...............................................................................................................................................................49
Affixing Tape (Optional) .................................................................................................................................................51
■ Cleaning................................................................................................................................. 52
Thermal Head ....................................................................................................................................................................52
Case.......................................................................................................................................................................................52
■ Preparing for Transport....................................................................................................... 53
■ Setting the Memory Switches............................................................................................ 54
Functions.............................................................................................................................................................................55
■ Printer Setting / Checking Modes ..................................................................................... 57
Self-test mode ...................................................................................................................................................................58
NV Graphics Information Print Mode........................................................................................................................59
Receipt Enhancement Information Print Mode ....................................................................................................60
Software Setting Mode ..................................................................................................................................................61
Hexadecimal Dumping Mode .....................................................................................................................................62
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Windows Settings ..........................................................................................63
■ Windows Embedded POSReady 7..................................................................................... 63
Windows Initial Settings ................................................................................................................................................63
Starting Up and Shutting Down Windows..............................................................................................................63
Enabling or Disabling ePOS-Device ..........................................................................................................................64
Speaker Volume Setting ................................................................................................................................................64
Windows Hibernation.....................................................................................................................................................65
Windows Recovery ..........................................................................................................................................................67
Specification ......................................................................................................................................................................68
■ Windows Embedded POSReady 2009.............................................................................. 69
Windows Initial Settings ................................................................................................................................................69
Starting Up and Shutting Down Windows..............................................................................................................69
Enabling or Disabling ePOS-Device ..........................................................................................................................70
Speaker Volume Setting ................................................................................................................................................70
Windows Recovery ..........................................................................................................................................................71
Specification ......................................................................................................................................................................72
System Development Using TM-DT Software.............................................73
■ Systems that Use TM-DT software .................................................................................... 73
Network Printer Control.................................................................................................................................................73
Controlling for POS Peripherals ..................................................................................................................................74
Spooler and Forward Printing .....................................................................................................................................76
Software Access Point ....................................................................................................................................................82
Communication Box .......................................................................................................................................................83
Server Direct Print............................................................................................................................................................85
Device Data Notification................................................................................................................................................87
Web Server .........................................................................................................................................................................89
Method Used to Set multiple TM-DT devices ........................................................................................................91
Controlling POS Peripherals from Smart Devices.................................................................................................93
Controlling POS Peripherals from Web Applications ..........................................................................................94
Printing from Web Service Compatible Applications..........................................................................................95
Controlling POS Peripherals from Socket Communication Compatible Applications............................96
■ TM-DT Software Settings.................................................................................................... 97
Starting EPSON TMNet WebConfig............................................................................................................................97
Help Screen Display.........................................................................................................................................................98
Version Screen Display ...................................................................................................................................................98
Updating TM-DT Software ............................................................................................................................................98
Information - Current status.........................................................................................................................................99
Information - System settings - Network.............................................................................................................. 100
Information - System settings - Date and Time.................................................................................................. 101
Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings............................................................................................. 101
Settings - Web service settings - Printer ............................................................................................................... 102
Settings - Web service settings - Customer Display......................................................................................... 103
Settings - Web service settings - Key input device............................................................................................ 104
Settings - Web Service settings - Serial communication Device.................................................................. 105
Settings - Web Service settings - Other Device .................................................................................................. 106
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Settings - Web service settings - Control script - Add/delete........................................................................ 106
Settings - Web service settings - Control program - Device registration.................................................. 107
Settings - Web service settings - Control program - Add/delete ................................................................. 107
Settings - Web service settings - Print Settings - Spooler............................................................................... 108
Settings - Web Service settings - Web Content - Update settings............................................................... 109
Settings - Web service settings - Server access - Direct Print ........................................................................ 110
Settings - Web Service settings - Server access - Status notification.......................................................... 111
Settings - Web Service settings - Server access - Device Data Notification ............................................. 112
Settings - System settings - Network - Wired LAN - TCP/IP ............................................................................ 113
Settings - System settings - Network - Wireless LAN........................................................................................ 114
Settings - System settings - Network - Wireless LAN - TCP/IP ....................................................................... 115
Settings - System settings - Security - SSL ........................................................................................................... 115
Settings - System settings - Web access - Proxy settings................................................................................ 116
Settings - System settings - Web access - Server authentication................................................................. 116
Settings - System settings - Access Point - Software access point settings ............................................. 117
Settings - System settings - Date and time - Time settings............................................................................ 117
Settings - System settings - Power - Shutdown settings ................................................................................ 118
Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Store restore settings ............................................................... 118
Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Initialization................................................................................. 124
Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Log .................................................................................................. 124
Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Update Web service function................................................ 125
Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Deployment ................................................................................ 126
Settings - Admin settings - Admin information - Admin information ....................................................... 126
Settings - Admin settings - Admin information - Password........................................................................... 127
■ TM-DT Software Specification ......................................................................................... 128
Controllable printer...................................................................................................................................................... 128
Controllable customer display ................................................................................................................................. 129
PC-POS System Development.................................................................... 130
■ PC-POS System Development ......................................................................................... 130
Interface............................................................................................................................................................................ 130
■ How to Control Peripherals .............................................................................................. 131
Printer................................................................................................................................................................................ 131
Cash drawer..................................................................................................................................................................... 131
Customer display........................................................................................................................................................... 131
Other devices.................................................................................................................................................................. 131
■ Software and Manuals ...................................................................................................... 132
Development kit............................................................................................................................................................ 132
Driver ................................................................................................................................................................................. 132
Utility ................................................................................................................................................................................. 133
ESC/POS command reference .................................................................................................................................. 133
■ System Development using the Thin-Client Environment......................................... 134
Desktop Virtualization ................................................................................................................................................. 134
Application Virtualization........................................................................................................................................... 134
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Product Specifications................................................................................ 135
■ Computer Specifications .................................................................................................. 135
N2600 CPU model......................................................................................................................................................... 135
N2800 CPU model......................................................................................................................................................... 137
D2550 CPU model......................................................................................................................................................... 138
■ Printer Specifications ........................................................................................................ 139
Printing Specifications................................................................................................................................................. 139
Character Specifications ............................................................................................................................................. 140
Printable Area ................................................................................................................................................................. 141
Printing and Cutting Positions ................................................................................................................................. 143
Roll Paper Specifications ............................................................................................................................................ 144
■ Power supply capacity for external devices.................................................................. 145
■ Environmental Conditions ............................................................................................... 145
■ External Dimensions ......................................................................................................... 146
■ AC Adapter Specifications ................................................................................................ 149
■ Option .................................................................................................................................. 149
■ Setting Items for Software Setting Mode...................................................................... 150
■ Character Code Tables....................................................................................................... 152
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Chapter 1 Product Overview
Product Overview
This chapter describes features of this product.
Features
The TM-T88V-DT is a highly-functional receipt printer used in tandem with a Windows computer.
A number of modules that operate on Window can be used to configure an effective POS System.
 TM-DT software
TM-DT software provides features for controlling the TM printer and POS peripherals from smart devices
and Web applications, and connecting with Web servers. There is also a feature for efficiently configuring the
TM-DT software and setting up the TM-DT. 
TM-DT software may be subject to upgrading with additional or improved features. For details, see "System
Development Using TM-DT Software" on page 73.
 Windows printer driver
You can also conduct Windows POS application development using the Windows EPSON Advanced Printer
Driver or OPOS ADK, and system development utilizing existing Windows POS applications.
For details, see "PC-POS System Development" on page 130.
 Apache HTTP Server
You can use this product as a Web server. You can execute Web applications for server-side scripting (Perl or
php). You can also use SQLite database. 
For details, see "Web Server" on page 89.
TM-T88V-DT
TM-T88V (Printer)
Control
program
Software
Printer driver
for Windows
TM-DT Software
Server Direct
Print
Device Data
Notification
Apache
HTTP Server
Utility
EPSON TMNet
WebConfig
ePOS-Device
Service
Easy Setup
ePOS-Print
Service
Deployment
Windows OS
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The printer has the following features.
 Space-saving design through integrating computer with printer.
 Interfaces for connecting with peripherals (USB x6, serial x1, DisplayPort x1 *1, VGA x1)
 Printing and control of peripherals from smart device applications *2 or Web applications.
 Server direct print function
The server direct print functions allows print data to be directly obtained and printing results to be notified
from the Web server.
1 Not equipped on all models.
2 TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
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System Outline
As shown below, you can configure various systems using this product.
PC-POS system
1
Application
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Thin-Client system
 Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Server
Display
Guest OS
1
Device control
Application
Guest OS desktop
Display
Guest OS
Device control
Application
Guest OS desktop
 Application virtualization system

Server
Client OS
OS data
Application
Application
Client OS
OS data
Application
Application
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Systems that Use TM-DT software
 Systems that implemented application in the smart device (TM-DT Software Ver.3.0 or later)
Application
1
 Web application system
Application
Browser
Database
 Server Direct Print system
Application
Acquisition of
print data
Notice of 
printing results
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Development Information
Development tools, drivers, related manuals, and utilities are provided for developing systems that make use of
this product. These can be obtained from the following URL.
For customers in North America, go to the following web site:
http://www.epson.com/support/ and follow the on-screen instructions.
For customers in other countries, go to the following web site:
https://download.epson-biz.com/?service=pos
Common to All Systems
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How to Obtain
Name
Descriptions
Web
site
Other
TM-T88V-DT Technical Reference
Guide
This document.
✔
-
TM-T88V Utility
This utility is for confirming and changing printer settings. It
is already installed in this product.
✔
-
PC-POS system
How to Obtain
Name
Descriptions
Web
site
Other
✔
-
EPSON Advanced Printer Driver 
for TM-T88V
Dedicated Windows printer driver for the TM-T88V.
EPSON Advanced Printer Driver
Windows printer driver for the TM printer.
✔
-
EPSON Advanced Printer Driver 
for DM-D
Windows printer driver for the customer display.
✔
-
EPSON OPOS ADK
Driver with UPOS (UnifiedPOS) specifications for use with
Win32 API compatible applications.
✔
-
EPSON OPOS for .NET
Driver with UPOS (UnifiedPOS) specifications for use with
.Net compatible applications.
✔
-
EPSON JavaPOS ADK
Driver with UPOS (UnifiedPOS) specifications for use with
Java compatible applications.
✔
-
ESC/POS Command Reference
Provides ESC/POS for controlling the TM printer and the
customer display command detailed information, character
code table as a Web reference.
-
Web
Reference
Provides information necessary for system development
using the DM-D110 for TM-T88V-DT (customer display).
✔
-
DM-D110/DM-D210 Technical 
Reference Guide
This is already installed in this product.
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How to Obtain
Name
DM-D30 Technical Reference
Guide
Descriptions
Provides information necessary for system development
using the DM-D30 (customer display).
Web
site
Other
✔
-
Thin-Client system
How to Obtain
Name
Descriptions
Web
site
Other
TM-DT Thin-Client system Setup
Tool
Tool for assisting Thin-Client system construction.
✔
-
IP Address Setting Tool
Tool for setting the IP address of this product (client) from
the Thin-Client system server.
✔
-
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Systems that Use TM-DT software
How to Obtain
Name
Epson ePOS SDK
for iOS *1
Descriptions
Web
site
Other
✔
Web
Reference
Software development kit for controlling the printer and
peripherals from Web applications and smart device applications.
for Android *1
for Universal Windows apps *2
for JavaScript
TM-DT Series Peripheral Device
Control Guide
Manual describing the method for controlling peripherals
with TM-DT series printers.
✔
-
Manual describing the method for transmitting XML data
from applications via socket communication to control
printing and peripherals.
✔
-
ePOS-Print XML User’s Manual
Manual describing the method for using Web services from
applications to conduct printing.
✔
-
Server Direct Print User’s Manual
Manual describing the method for developing systems
using server direct print.
✔
-
Device Data Notification
User’s Manual *2
Manual describing the method for developing systems
using device data notification.
✔
-
Deployment Guide *2
This guide includes the information needed to configure
settings for multiple products efficiently.
✔
-
It explains device control programs and scripts.
This manual is included in the Epson ePOS SDK package.
ePOS-Device XML User’s Manual
1 TM-DT Software Ver.2.5 or later
2 TM-DT Software Ver.3.0 or later
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Printer Functions and Settings
This chapter describes the printer functions and setting methods.
Part Names and Functions
Main Unit Front
2
Roll paper cover
Customer display
(option)
Manual cutter
Printer LED
Feed button
Cutter cover
Cover button
Controller LED
Connector cover
Printer reset button
Power button
Name
Description
Power button
Turns this product power on or off.
Printer reset button
Resets this product's printer. This product's computer is not reset.
Manual cutter
A cutter for cutting the roll paper by hand.
Cover open button
Opens the roll paper cover.
Cutter cover
If there is a paper jam in the printer, open the cover and remove the paper.
Customer display (optional)
Displays characters from applications.
Feed button
Pressing this button once feeds the roll paper by one line. 
Holding this button down feeds the roll paper continuously.
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Controller LED
These display this product's computer status.
Name
Status
Description
(1) Storage Access LED 
(Green)
On
Accessing the storage
(2) Status LED (Orange)
Flashing 
(Approx. 1 second intervals)
OS start sequence
(Accessing the storage device; Do not turn the power off.
Doing so may result in data loss.)
Flashing (Approx. 160 millisecond intervals)
CPU high-temperature warning
(Failure has occurred. Please contact Epson.)
On
Windows in operation
Flashing 
(Approx. 1 second intervals)
Standby or hibernate status
Off
Power off
(3) Status LED (Green)
2
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Printer LED
These display the printer status.
Name
(1)
(Power) LED
(2) Error LED
Status
Description
On
Power is being supplied
Off
Power is not being supplied
Off
Normal printing is possible (online).
On
Printing is not possible. (For details, see "Offline" on page 31)
2
Immediately after power comes on or after resetting, the LED will go out
when printing becomes possible.
If the Paper LED is also on, replace the roll paper. For the roll paper replacement method, see "Installing and Replacing Roll Paper" on page 34.
(3) Paper LED
Flashing
Printer error has occurred. (For details, see "Error Status" on page 22.)
Off
There is a sufficient amount of roll paper remaining
Flashing
A self-test printing standby state
On
There is little or no roll paper remaining
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Error Status
Printing cannot be done when there is a printer error. There are three possible error types: automatically recoverable errors, recoverable errors, and unrecoverable errors. Check the error LED flash code.
Automatically Recoverable Errors
Online status can be restored by the methods described below.
Error
Error description
Roll paper cover open
error
The roll paper cover was
opened during printing.
Error LED flash code
LED ON
LED OFF
Approx. 160 ms
Print head temperature error
A high temperature outside the head drive operating range was detected.
Recovery measure
Recovers automatically
when the roll paper cover is
closed.
Recovers automatically
when the print head cools.
LED ON
LED OFF
Approx. 160 ms
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Recoverable Errors
After removing the cause of error, online status can be restored by pressing the printer reset button.
Error
Autocutter error
Error description
Autocutter does not work
correctly.
Error LED flash code
LED ON
LED OFF
Approx, 2.56 s
Approx. 160 ms
Recovery measure
Remove the jammed paper
or foreign matter in the
printer, close the roll paper
c o v e r, a n d t h e n p r e s s
printer reset button.
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Unrecoverable Errors
If an unrecoverable error occurs, immediately press the printer reset button. If the same error still occurs, turn
the printer power off. Since it is possible a failure has occurred in the printer, contact your dealer or a Seiko
Epson service center for advice.
If an unrecoverable error occurs after resetting the printer, immediately turn the printer power off.
CAUTION
Error
Memory R/W error
Error description
After R/W checking, the printer does not work correctly.
Error LED flash code
LED ON
LED OFF
Approx. 160 ms
High voltage error
The power supply voltage is extremely high.
LED ON
LED OFF
2
Approx. 160 ms
Low voltage error
The power supply voltage is extremely low.
LED ON
LED OFF
Approx. 160 ms
CPU execution error
The CPU is executing an incorrect address.
LED ON
LED OFF
Approx. 160 ms
Internal circuit connection error
Internal circuits are not connected correctly.
LED ON
LED OFF
Approx. 2.56 s
Approx. 160 ms
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Product Rear
DC-in connector
COM connector
DisplayPort
DK connector
Line-out connector
USB connector
LAN connector
VGA connector
Name
Description
DK connector
Connect the cash drawer here.
LAN connector
Connect the LAN cable here.
USB connector
Connect external devices with USB interface here.
DC-In connector
Connect the AC adapter here.
VGA connector
Connect the display here.
DisplayPort *
Connect the display here.
COM connector
Connect a serial communication device.
Line-Out connector
Connect an external speaker here.
2
 This may not be provided, depending on the product specifications.
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LAN Status LED
The LAN status LEDs are the LEDs on the LAN connector. They indicate the network communication status of
this product.
LED (Yellow)
LED (Green / Orange)
LED
Green/Orange
Yellow
Status
Description
On (Green)
1 Gbps link established
On (Orange)
100 Mbps link established
Off
10 Mbps link established or link not established
On
Data is being exchanged.
Off
Data is not being exchanged.
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Installing the Product
Display caution regarding the following points when installing the Product.
 The Product must be installed horizontally on a flat surface (not tilted).
 Do not place the product in dusty locations.
 Do not knock or strike the product. This may cause defective print.
 Do not catch cables and do not place foreign matter under the product.
Security Hook
Commercially available theft prevention wire can be attached.
2
Security hock
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Connecting the AC Adapter
WARNING
 Be sure to use the specified AC adapter (AC adapter, T).
If you use a non-standard AC adapter, there is a risk of causing fire or electric shock.
 If an abnormality arises despite using this product's attachments, immediately turn the power off
and remove the power cord from the wall socket.
 When connecting or detaching the AC adapter to and from this product, remove the AC
adapter's power cord from the wall socket. 
If the power cord is not removed, there is a risk that the adapter and/or this product will be damaged.
Use the AC adapter separated from the main unit.
CAUTION
When using this product connected to the powered USB hub unit (Model: OT-PH10), connect the AC
adapter to the Powered USB Hub Unit. See "the OT-PH10 Installation Guide" for details.
2
Connect the AC adapter to this product by the following procedure.
1
Make sure that power is off and that the AC adapter power cord is detached from the
wall socket.
2
Firmly insert the DC connector of the AC adapter all the way into the DC-in connector
on the product. ((1) in the illustration)
3
Firmly insert the connector of the AC cable all the way into the AC inlet on the AC
adapter. ((2) in the illustration)
4
5
Firmly insert the plug all the way into the grounded wall outlet. ((3) in the illustration)
Set the AC adapter so that its label side is facing down.
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Detaching the AC Adapter
Detach the AC adapter from this product by the following procedure.
1
2
3
Make sure that power is off.
Detach the power cord from the wall socket.
Detach the AC adapter DC connector from this product.
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Turning Power On and Off
Turning Power On
With product power turned off, press the power button.
The power LED and the status LED (green) comes on.
The status LED (orange) flashes during startup of the OS, when OS startup is finished, goes out.
Turning Power On for the First Time
When turning power on for the first time, it is necessary to perform Windows initial settings.
For details, see "Windows Initial Settings" on page 63.
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Turning Power Off
Turn the power off from an application or OS function.
 To power off the product, use the application or OS function.
 Do not use the operations shown below unless the product cannot be turned off due to an
application or OS problem. Doing so may cause loss of unsaved data, require OS recovery, or
damage the HDD, SSD or other hardware.
 Forced termination by holding down the power button for approx. 4 sec.
 Power shutdown by turning off the circuit breaker on the distribution board or by disconnecting the AC cable/DC cable.
The same phenomenon may also occur due to power shutdown caused by power failure/temporary power failure. To prevent power shutdown due to power failure/temporary power 
failure, using an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is recommended.
 Product power can also be turned off from EPSON TMNet WebConfig (page 118).
 Product power can also be turned off from the Web application. For details, see "Epson ePOS
SDK for JavaScript User's Manual".
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Power Button Settings
You can set the functions that are available when you press the power button while power is on to this product.
Revisions are made by means of Windows "Power Options" or EPSON TMNet Config "Shutdown Settings."
The functions that can be set, and the setting methods are described below.
Description
Setting from
Windows
Setting from EPSON
TMNet WebConfig
Shutdown
Shuts down Windows and turns power off
(initial settings).
✔
✔
Do nothing
Invalid (does nothing)
✔
✔
Standby
Switches to Windows standby
✔
-
Hibernation
Switches to Windows hibernation
✔
-
Function
In standby, the current work contents are saved in the memory. On returning from standby, work can be immediately resumed from where you left off.
If the AC adapter is removed in the standby mode, the work contents saved in the memory will be lost.
For settings when using Windows hibernation, see "Windows Hibernation" on page 65.
Return from Standby / Hibernation
When this product is in Windows standby or hibernate mode, press the power button to restore the original
state.
Prevention of Accidental Operation of Power Button
The power button cover supplied with this product can be attached to prevent accidental operation of the power
button.
For details, see "Power Button Cover" on page 48.
Forced Termination
If you cannot turn this product power off using applications or the OS, you can execute forced termination as a
last resort. Keep pressing the power button for approximately 4 seconds until this product is turned off.
Be careful; when forced termination is executed, all unsaved data is lost.
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Online and Offline
This section describes the conditions in which the printer goes online and offline.
This product's printer can print when it is online but not when it is offline.
Because this product's computer and printer operate independently, the computer operates irrespective of the
printer status.
The printer LEDs display the following.
Printer Status
Power LED
Error LED
Online
On
Off
Offline
On
On
Online
2
This is the online status when no offline events or printer errors are happening.
Offline
The printer automatically goes offline under the following conditions:
 During power on (including resetting with the interface) until the printer is ready
 During the self-test
 When the roll paper cover is open
 While roll paper is feed using the Feed button
 When printing stops due to end of paper. (When the roll paper end sensor detects the end of paper or the
printer is set so that printing stops upon detection of roll paper near-end.)
 When an error has occurred (For detail, see "Error Status" on page 22.)
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Handling the Roll Paper
Changing the Paper Width
The printer is initially set to print on 80 mm width paper and you can change the printer to print on 58 mm
width paper by installing the roll paper guide and changing the paper width setting with the customized value.
Follow the steps below to install the roll paper guide.
 Once you change the paper width from 80 mm to 58 mm, you cannot change it back to 80
mm.
 If changing the paper width, use TM-T88V-Utility, and change the width on the TM-T88V-DT or
via the network.
1
2
Open the roll paper cover.
Install the roll paper guide so that the projection on its bottom is aligned with the
hole at the right of the roll paper holder.
Hole
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3
4
Tighten the enclosed screw to fix the roll paper guide.
Paste the enclosed 2 small strips along the roll paper guide on the bottom of the roll
paper holder.
Make sure the space between the top edge of the strip and the line of the groove in the roll paper
guide is 0.5 mm {0.020”} or less.
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Installing and Replacing Roll Paper
WARNING
 Do not open the roll paper cover during printing. 
The product may be damaged.
 Do not touch the manual cutter with your hands when installing or replacing the roll paper.
Otherwise, you may be injured because the manual cutter blade is sharp.
 Use roll paper that meets the product specification. For details about paper specification, see
"Roll Paper Specifications" on page 144.
 Paper must not be pasted to the roll paper core.
1
Press the cover open button to open the roll paper cover.
2
2
3
Remove the used roll paper core, if any.
Install the roll paper in the correct direction.
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4
Pull out some roll paper, and close the roll paper cover.
5
Tear off the roll paper with the manual cutter.
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Removing Jammed Paper
When roll paper gets jammed inside the printer, remove the paper and reset the printer as follows.
1
2
3
Open the roll paper cover.
Remove the jammed paper.
Press the printer reset button to reset the printer.
The roll paper cover will not open (the autocutter blade is locked)
The roll paper cover will not open if the auto cutter blade is locked.
Restore the auto cutter blade to its normal position and remove the jammed paper by the following procedure.
1
2
2
Turn off the product.
Slide the cutter cover toward the front to open it.
Do not touch the thermal head because it can be very hot after printing.
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3
Turn the knob until you see a triangle in the opening. This returns the cutter blade to
the normal position.
There is a label near the cutter to assist you.
4
5
6
7
Close the cutter cover.
2
Close the roll paper cover.
Remove the jammed paper.
Turn on the product.
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Adjusting the Roll Paper Near-End
Below are two situations where a roll paper near-end sensor adjustment is required.
 To adjust the detection position to suit the diameter of the roll paper core used.
 To adjust the detection position of remaining amount of paper.
 Since roll paper cores vary slightly in shape, depending on roll paper design and manufacturing tolerances, it is impossible to detect the remaining paper exactly.
 Use roll paper with a core whose inner diameter is 12 mm {0.47"} and outer diameter is 18 mm
{0.71"} so that the near-end sensor can detect the remaining paper as accurately as possible.
Follow the steps below to adjust the roll paper near-end sensor.
1
2
Open the roll paper cover, and remove the roll paper.
Loosen the adjustment screw fastening the sensor, and align the upper edge of the
positioning plate with the adjustment position.
Adjustment position
Remaining amount of paper
(outer diameter: mm)
Upper
Approx. 27 {1.06"}
Lower (Initial setting)
Approx. 23 {0.97"}
3
4
Tighten the adjustment screw.
After adjustment, make sure that the detection lever operates smoothly.
Adjustment screw
Positioning plate
Detection lever
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Attaching and Setting Peripherals
Connect the peripheral cables to each connector.
When attaching and detaching peripherals, be sure to turn this product power off and remove
the power cord. Doing so without detaching the power cord could lead to failure.
When connecting USB cable, DisplayPort cable, line output cable, and other connector-less cables to this product, fix the interface cables with wire saddles to prevent detachment.
2
Wire saddle
Keyboard / Mouse
Connect when you want to operate from Windows or applications.
Connect a USB keyboard and USB mouse to the USB connectors.
Fix the USB cables with wire saddles to prevent detachment.
Display
Connect when you want to display Windows and operate from applications.
Connect the display to the VGA connector or DisplayPort. If this product is compatible with touch panel inputting or audio outputting, connect to the respective ports.
 Connect the display when power to this product is off. If you connect the display while power
is on, it may not display properly.
 Fix the DisplayPort cable, USB cables, and line output cable with wire saddles to prevent
detachment.
Conduct display settings with the Windows function.
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USB Interface Printer
Connect the USB interface TM printer to a USB connector. For printer settings, see the "Technical Reference
Guide" of each TM printer.
 PC-POS System
Set the driver, etc. according to each system of use. For details, see "PC-POS System Development" on page
130.
Systems that use TM-DT software cannot be used.
Fix the USB cables with wire saddles to prevent detachment.
Network Printer
Network printers are connected to the same network as this product. For printer settings, see the "Technical
Reference Guide" of each TM printer.
 PC-POS System
Set the driver, etc. according to each system of use. For details, see "PC-POS System Development" on page
130.
 Systems that use TM-DT software
Set the device ID, IP address, printer model, and other settings with EPSON TMNet WebConfig. For details,
see "Settings - Web service settings - Printer" on page 102.
Customer Display
Connect the customer display (optional) to a USB connector.
For how to connect the customer display and make dip switch settings, etc., see the "Technical Reference Guide"
of each customer display.
 PC-POS System
This product is installed with a customer display COM-USB conversion driver, so it is recognized as a virtual
COM port.
Set the driver, etc. according to each system of use. For details, see "PC-POS System Development" on page
130.
 Systems that use TM-DT software
Set whether or not to use the customer display, communication speed and so on with EPSON TMNet WebConfig. For details, see "Settings - Web service settings - Customer Display" on page 103.
Fix the USB cables with wire saddles to prevent detachment.
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Operation
When changing the direction and angle of the customer display, move the display section and L-shaped support
while holding this product down by hand. When the movement stops, do not move it any more.
Do not rotate the display with excessive force. Doing so may break it.
CAUTION
The mobile range of the display is as follows.
 Display tilt: Maximum angle of 48° (5 levels)
48°
2
 Display rotation: Maximum angle of 300°
300°
 Arm rotation: Maximum angle of 270°
270°
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Cash Drawer
Connect the connector of the drawer kick-out cable to the printer.
Push the connector of the drawer kick-out cable into the product until you hear a click.
DK connector
WARNING
 Specifications of drawers differ a great deal, depending on makers or models. When you use a
drawer other than the specified, make sure its specifications meet the following conditions.
Otherwise, devices may be damaged.
 The load, such as a drawer kick-out solenoid, must be connected between pins 4 and 2 or
pins 4 and 5 of the drawer kick-out connector.
 When the drawer open/close signal is used, a switch must be provided between drawer
kick-out connector pins 3 and 6.
 The resistance of the load, such as a drawer kick-out solenoid, must be 24  or more or the
input current must be 1A or less.
 Be sure to use the 24V power output on drawer-kick out connector pin 4 for driving the
equipment.
 Use a shield cable for the drawer connector cable.
 Two driver transistors cannot be energized simultaneously.
 Leave intervals longer than 4 times the drawer driving pulse when sending it continuously.
 Be sure to use the printer power supply (connector pin 4) for the drawer power source.
 Do not insert a telephone line into the DK connector.
Doing so may damage the telephone line or printer.
 PC-POS System
The cash drawer is controlled from this product's printer. There is no dedicated driver for the cash drawer you can use the printer driver.
 Systems that use TM-DT software
The cash drawer is controlled from this product's printer. Configure the printer to use.
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DK Connection Circuitry
F.G
1
2
Shielded DK connector
Drawer kick-out solenoid
3
+24V
4
Control device
5
Drawer open/close switch
6
Printer side
2
User side [Drawer kick-out side]
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Key Input Device
Connect the key input device to a USB connector. For how to set barcode scanners and so on, see the respective
product manuals.
 PC-POS System
Since it is recognized as a HID device, setting is not required.
 Systems that use TM-DT software
Set the device ID, control script and so on with EPSON TMNet WebConfig. For details, see "Settings - Web
service settings - Key input device" on page 104.
Fix the USB cables with wire saddles to prevent detachment.
Serial Communication Device
Connect the serial communication device to a COM connector. For how to set the device, install the driver and
so on, see the respective product manuals.
 PC-POS System
Align communication conditions between this product and the device.
 Systems that use TM-DT software
Align communication conditions between EPSON TMNet WebConfig and the device.
Set the device ID, communication conditions, control script and so on with EPSON TMNet WebConfig. For
details, see "Settings - Web Service settings - Serial communication Device" on page 105.
Powered USB Hub Unit
Attach the powered USB hub unit to the base of this product, and connect the cables to this product's DC connector and USB connector.
For details on the powered USB hub unit, see "OT-PH10 Installation Guide".
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Network Settings
Connect to Wired LAN
LAN Cable Connections
CAUTION
 When LAN cables are installed outdoors, make sure devices without proper surge protection
are cushioned by being connected through devices that do have surge protection. 
Otherwise, the devices can be damaged by lightning.
 Never attempt to connect the customer display cable, drawer kick-out cable, or a telephone
line cable to the Ethernet connector.
Push the 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX LAN cable into the LAN connector until you hear a click.
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Network Settings
Set the IP address and other network settings. Settings can be made as follows.
 Setting on Windows
Perform the same settings as with the Windows PC.
 Setting on EPSON TMNet WebConfig (page 113)
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Connect to Wireless LAN
You can use the optional wireless LAN cable set (OT-WL01) to connect this product to a wireless LAN.
Wireless LAN Cable Set Connections
Connect the wireless LAN cable set to a USB connector.
Connect the wireless LAN cable set by the following procedure.
1
Attach the included rubber cover to the connector of the USB extension cable into
which the wireless LAN unit will be inserted, to prevent the unit from coming off.
2
2
Insert the wireless LAN unit into the connector of the cable.
Adjust the position of the rubber cover so that the description on the label on the back side of
the wireless LAN unit is not covered.
3
Connect the USB extension cable to the USB connector of the printer.
If you want to fix the wireless LAN unit, cut the included affixing tape to fit and put on the unit,
and fix the unit in a place with good communication.
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Wireless LAN cable set’s indicator
With the LED on the wireless LAN unit, you can check the communication status of the product.
LED
LED
Description
Off
The wireless LAN unit is not connected to the product. Or the product power is Off.
Flashing
This wireless LAN unit is in operation.
Flashing rapidly
This unit is communicating on a wireless LAN.
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Network Settings
Set the IP address and other network settings. Settings can be made as follows.
 Setting on Windows
Perform the same settings as with the Windows PC.
 Setting on EPSON TMNet WebConfig (page 114, page 115)
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Attaching Accessories
Power Button Cover
The power button cover supplied with this product can be attached to prevent accidental operation of the power
button.
If the area around the power button is dirty, Epson recommends wiping clean before attaching
the cover.
1
Open the power button cover.
2
2
Peel off the backing paper.
3
Attach the power button cover as shown in the illustration.
Align the left edge of the power button cover
with the right edge of the printer reset button.
Printer reset button
Align the inside edge of the power button cover
with the upper edge of the power button.
Power button
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Connector Cover
Attaching the Connector Cover
The connector cover can be attached to protect cables that are connected to this product.
When attaching the connector cover, always hold both sides. Otherwise the connector cover
could break.
CAUTION
Attach the connector cover by the following procedure.
1
When attaching the customer display (optional) to this product, remove the Ushaped component from the connector cover.
2
2
Align the hooks on the connector cover with the dents on the main body.
3
Push the connector cover to click onto the main body.
4
Make sure the cables are not pinched.
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Detaching the Connector Cover
Detach the hooks from this product while pushing the bottom parts on both sides of the connector cover
inwards.
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Affixing Tape (Optional)
When fixing this product onto a mounting surface using the optional affixing tape (model number: DF-10), follow the procedure below.
1
2
3
4
Turn over the product so that you can see its bottom.
With two pieces of the affixing tape combined, peel off the backing paper of a pair on
one side, and paste it to one of the specified positions on the bottom of the product.
In the same way, paste other three pairs of tape in the specified positions.
Peel off the backing paper of each pair on the other side of the affixing tape, turn
over the product back on its bottom, and place and secure it firmly to the installation
surface.
Positioning lines
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Cleaning
Thermal Head
Epson recommends cleaning the thermal head periodically (every 3 months or so) to maintain the receipt print
quality.
CAUTION
 After printing, the thermal head and the surrounding frame can be very hot. Do not touch the
thermal head right away. Wait for the thermal head to cool down sufficiently before cleaning.
 Do not damage the thermal head by touching it with your fingers or any hard object.
Open the roll paper cover, and clean the thermal elements of the thermal head with a cotton swab slightly
moistened with an alcohol solvent (ethanol or isopropyl alcohol).
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Thermal Head
Depending on the roll paper used, paper dust may stick to the platen roller and roll paper end sensor. To remove
the paper dust, clean the platen roller and roll paper end sensor with a cotton swab slightly moistened with
water.
Case
Wipe the dirt off the case with a dry cloth or a cloth slightly damp with water. If it is very dirty, soak a cloth in a
neutral liquid detergent, tightly wring it out, and wipe the dirt away. Always unplug the power cord from the
socket at this time.
Never clean the product with alcohol, benzine, thinner, or other such solvents. Doing so may
damage or break the parts made of plastic and rubber.
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Preparing for Transport
Follow the steps below to transport the product.
1
2
3
4
Turn off the product.
Remove the peripherals and the AC adapter.
Remove the roll paper.
Pack this product upright.
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Setting the Memory Switches
This product contains memory switches (customized value). The memory switch settings determine the operations of the built-in printer.
To change the memory switch settings, use the software setting mode or the TM-T88V Utility.
The settings that can be changed with each of these are shown below.
Function
Software Setting Mode
TM-T88V Utility
Paper width
-
-
Print density
✔
✔
Multi-tone print density
✔
✔
Print speed
✔
✔
Font
Code page
International character set
Font A/B replacement
✔
✔
Optional Buzzer
-
-
Number of head energizing parts
✔
-
Power supply unit capacity
✔
✔
Automatic paper cut
✔
✔
Paper reduction
Upper space reduction
Lower space reduction
Line space reduction rate
Line feed reduction rate
Barcode height reduction rate
✔
✔
2
 Concerning TM-T88V Utility, see the User's Manual included in TM-T88V Utility.
 To directly configure the product in the software setting mode, see "Software Setting Mode"
on page 61.
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Functions
Paper width
Be sure to install the roll paper guide when you select the 58 mm paper width.
 80 mm (initial setting)
 58 mm
Once you change the paper width from 80 mm to 58 mm, you cannot change it back to 80 mm.
Print density
Selectable from “Depends On Dip Switch”, or levels 1 to 13 (70% ~ 130%)
When the print density setting is configured to "Depends On Dip Switch" (default setting), the
print density will be standard. Use in this setting at normal times. Other settings can also be configured.
Multiple tone density
Selectable from levels 1 to 13 (70% ~ 130%) (initial setting: level 7)
 First change the print density, and then configure the multiple tone print density.
 If you set the density too high, the contrast becomes lower. Select the density level checking
the overall tone balance of your image.
Print speed
Selectable from levels 1 to 13 (Slow ~ Fast) (initial setting: level 13)
Depending on print conditions, such as print duty and print head temperature, print speed is
automatically adjusted, which may cause white lines due to intermittent print (the motor sometimes stops). To avoid this, keep the print speed constant by setting it lower.
Font
 Code page: Selectable from 43 pages (initial setting: Page0:PC437 USA, Standard Europe)
 International character set: Selectable from 18 sets (initial setting: USA)
 Font A/B replacement (initial setting: No Replacement)
External optional buzzer settings
Not used with this product.
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Setting the number of head energizing parts
 One-part energizing (initial setting)
 Two-part energizing
 Four-part energizing
 Usually, the number of head energizing parts does not need to be changed.
 The maximum print speed (300 m/s {11.81”/s}) can be performed only when one-part energizing is selected.
Power Supply unit capacity
Selectable from levels 1 to 3 (Low High) (initial setting: level 3) When a problem such as a low voltage error and
power shutdown occurs due to the print pattern or the power supply environment, you might work around the
problem by setting the power supply unit capacity.
If you cannot solve the problem by setting the power supply unit capacity to "level 1", you can try reducing the
print speed, increasing the number of head energizing parts, or revising the print pattern (reducing the print
volume).
Automatic paper cut
 Not use this function (initial setting)
 Cut paper when the cover is closed
 Print logo when paper is cut
“Printing logo when paper is cut” is not available with software setting mode.
Setting the paper reduction
The paper feed (margin) part and bar code included in the print data can be reduced.
 Extra upper space reduction
 Extra lower space reduction
 Line space reduction rate
 Line feed reduction rate
 Barcode height reduction rate
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Printer Setting / Checking Modes
Besides the ordinary print mode, the product has the following modes to set or check settings of the printer.
 Self-test Mode (page 58)
 NV Graphics Print Mode (page 59)
 Receipt Enhancement Information Print Mode (page 60)
 Software Setting Mode (page 61)
 Hexadecimal Dumping Mode (page 62)
Depending on the operation when turning power on, select either the Self-test Mode or the Hexadecimal
Dumping Mode. The NV Graphics Print Mode, Receipt Enhancement Information Print Mode, and Software
Setting Mode are selected by operating the Feed button during the self-test.
Close the roll paper cover, and turn on the printer while pressing the FEED button.
Self-test
2
Briefly press the FEED button.
Hold down the FEED button.
Continuing the self-test
Mode selection guidance
Press the FEED button once briefly
and then hold it down.
Press the FEED button twice
briefly and then hold it down.
NV graphics
information print
Receipt enhancement information
print
Press the FEED button three times
briefly and then hold it down.
Software settings
Open the roll paper cover, and turn on the printer while pressing the FEED button, and then close the roll paper cover.
Hexadecimal dumping
In 1 and 2, the following guidances are printed, the Paper LED flashes, and instructs the user's operations.
(1)Self-test continued guidance
“Select Modes by pressing Feed Button.
Continue SELF-TEST
: Less than 1 second
Mode Selection
: 1 second or more”
(2)Mode selection guidance
Mode Selection
Modes
0: Exit and Reboot Printer
1: NV Graphics Information
2: Receipt Enhancement Information
3: Customize Value Settings
4: or more: None
Select Modes by executing following
procedure.
step 1. Press the Feed button less
than 1 second as many times
as the selected mode number.
step 2. Press Feed button for 1
second or more.
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Self-test mode
You can confirm the following information by running the self-test mode.
 Printer firmware version
 Receive buffer size
 BUSY conditions
 Built-in character sets
 Print density
 Maintenance Information (Print head running length, count of auto-cutting)
Follow the steps below.
1
2
Close the roll paper cover.
While pressing the Feed button, turn on the printer. (Keep pressing the Feed button
until the printer starts printing.)
After the printer status is printed, the self-test printing continuance guidance is printed and Paper
LED flashes.
3
Press the Feed button for less than 1 second to continue the self-test.
Built-in characters are printed with rolling printing.
After printing "*** completed ***", the printer is initialized and enters the normal mode.
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NV Graphics Information Print Mode
You can confirm the following information by running NV graphics print mode.
 Capacity of the NV graphics
 Used amount of the NV graphics
 Unused capacity of the NV graphics
 Number of NV graphics that are registered
 Key code, number of dots in X direction, number of dots in Y direction, number of colors to be defined.
 NV graphics data
Follow the steps below.
1
After implementing the self-test, press the Feed button for an extended period (1
second or more) to select the mode.
The mode selection guidance is printed, and the paper LED flashes.
2
After pressing the Feed button for a short period (less than 1 second), press it for an
extended period (1 second or more) to print the NV graphics information.
After the NV graphics information is printed, the mode selection guidance will be printed again.
3
In order to finish, either turn power off or select "Exit and Reboot Printer."
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Receipt Enhancement Information Print Mode
You can confirm the following information by running the receipt enhancement information mode.
 Automatic top logo setting
 Automatic bottom logo setting
 Extended settings for automatic top/bottom logo
Follow the steps below.
1
After implementing the self-test, press the Feed button for an extended period (1
second or more) to select the mode.
The mode selection guidance is printed, and the paper LED flashes.
2
After pressing the Feed button twice (less than 1 second), press it for an extended
period (1 second or more) to print the NV graphics information.
After the receipt enhancement information is printed, the mode selection guidance will be printed
again.
3
In order to finish, either turn power off or select "Exit and Reboot Printer."
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Software Setting Mode
In the software setting mode, configure the printer memory switches. See "Functions" on page 55 for the setting
items.
 Receipt print density
 Paper reduction
 Autocutting at roll paper cover close
 Printing width
 Character code page / International Character set
 Embedded font replacement
 Power supply output
 Print speed
 Other settings
2
Follow the steps below.
1
After implementing the self-test, press the Feed button for an extended period (1
second or more) to select the mode.
The mode selection guidance is printed, and the paper LED flashes.
2
After pressing the Feed button for three times(less than 1 second), press it for an
extended period (1 second or more) to print the NV graphics information.
The Software setting mode guidance is printed.
3
After pressing the Feed button for a short time (less than 1 second) for the number of
times indicated in the printing results, press it for an extended period (1 second or
more) to select the setting item.
4
After pressing the Feed button for a short time (less than 1 second) for the number of
times indicated in the printing results, press it for an extended period (1 second or
more) to select the setting value.
The customized value will be saved, and the items that can be set in the software setting mode will
be printed again.
5
In order to finish, either turn power off or select "Exit and Reboot Printer."
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Hexadecimal Dumping Mode
In the hexadecimal dumping mode, the printer prints the data transmitted from a host computer in hexadecimal numbers and their corresponding characters.
 If there is no character corresponding to print data, “ . ” is printed.
 If print data is less than one line, press the Feed button to print the line.
 Applications that confirm printer status may not work correctly during the hexadecimal
dumping mode. The printer returns only the status for “Transmit real-time status.”
Follow the steps below.
1
2
Open the roll paper cover.
3
Close the roll paper cover.
While pressing the Feed button, turn on the printer. (Keep pressing the Feed button
until the Error LED is flashing.)
After this, all the data received by the printer is printed in hexadecimal numbers and their corresponding ASCII characters.
 Printing example:
4
Turn off the printer or press the Feed button three times to return to the normal
mode.
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Windows Settings
Windows Embedded POSReady 7
Windows Initial Settings
The following explains the procedures for the Windows initial settings when you turn on the power for this
product for the first time.
1
2
Making sure that this product power is off, connect the display and keyboard.
3
When the log-on screen appears, enter the password.
4
The Windows desktop is displayed. Select [Start], then [Control Panel], and [Date and
Time]. The "Date and Time Properties" window is displayed. Set the date, time, and
the time zone.
Turn on the product.
The Windows setup screen is displayed.
For the initial settings, the user name is "EPSON-USER" and the password is "T88V-DT".
Date, time, and time zone can be set later.
Starting Up and Shutting Down Windows
Starting Up Windows
Windows starts up when power to this product is turned on.
Shutting Down Windows
Power to this product is turned off when Windows is shut down.
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Enabling or Disabling ePOS-Device
On this product, TM-DT software operates on Windows. If using this product with the PC-POS system or
Thin-Client system, do not use this software.
If operation of this software is disabled, the useable memory can be increased by 100MB or more.
ePOS-Device Service is set to [Enabled] in the default settings.
Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Run [ePOS-Device Enabled] from the shortcut on the desktop.
Disabling ePOS-Device Service
Run [ePOS-Device Disabled] from the shortcut on the desktop.
3
Speaker Volume Setting
Volume of the speakers equipped in this product can be adjusted using the speaker volume adjustment function
in Windows.
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Windows Hibernation
Windows can be entered into hibernate mode by pressing the power button of this product.
During hibernation, the current work contents are saved. On returning from hibernation, work can be resumed
from the previous state.
Since Windows hibernation cannot be used in the initial settings, configure according to necessity.
 This setting is effective in Windows Embedded POSReady 7.
 Conduct this setting with a user account that has administrator authority.
 When you use Windows hibernation, a system file with the same capacity as the main memory
is created.
1
Making sure that this product power is off, connect the display and keyboard.
For how to connect peripherals, see "Attaching and Setting Peripherals" on page 39.
2
Turn this product's power on and immediately press "Delete" key on the keyboard for
a prolonged time to start up the BIOS menu.
3
4
5
Operating the keyboard direction keys, select "Advanced" tab and "ACPI Settings".
6
Select "Enabled" and press "Enter" key.
7
8
Press "Esc" key on the keyboard to close the "ACPI Settings" sub-menu.
Operating the keyboard direction keys, select "Save & Exit" tab and "Save Changes
and Reset".
9
Press "Enter" key on the keyboard to display the confirmation message.
Select "Yes" and press "Enter" key.
3
Press "Enter" key on the keyboard. The "ACPI Settings" sub-menu is displayed.
Operating the keyboard direction keys, select "Enable ACPI Configuration" and press
"Enter" key.
"Enable ACPI Auto Configuration" is set to "Enabled".
The BIOS settings are saved and Windows is started.
log-on screen is displayed. Log on to Windows.
10 The
The Windows desktop screen is displayed.
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[Start]-[All Programs]-[Accessories], right-click "Command Prompt" and click
11 From
"Execute as Administrator".
12 The "User Account Control" screen is displayed. Click [Yes].
the following commands.
13 Execute
powercfg /h on
It becomes possible to select Windows hibernation in the Windows power options.
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Windows Recovery
Follow the steps below to perform the recovery and Windows initial setting.
When the recovery procedure is performed, all data will be deleted. Back up any necessary data
before performing the procedure.
 Recovery requires about 30 minutes.
 A DVD drive with USB interface is required in order to perform Windows recovery.
1
Making sure that this product power is off, connect the display, keyboard, mouse,
and DVD drive.
For how to connect peripherals, see "Attaching and Setting Peripherals" on page 39.
2
3
Insert the recovery disk into the DVD drive.
4
The system starts using the recovery disk. When a message that says "Do you want to
recover?" is displayed. Click [Yes].
5
A confirmation message that says "All data on disc will be deleted. Do you really want
to start recovery?" is displayed. Click [Yes].
Turn on the product, and "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD" is displayed. Press
any key.
Recovery is performed.
6
After the recovery procedure, the system automatically shuts down. 
The system automatically restarts several times for Windows initialization.
Do not enter any information until the Windows log-in screen appears.
7
When the log-on screen is displayed, enter the password.
8
Select [Start]-[Control Panel]-[Date and Time], and the [Date and Time menu] is displayed. Set the date, time, and time zone.
9
Turn off the product. Then remove the display, keyboard, mouse, and DVD drive.
The initial user name is “EPSON-USER”, and the initial password is "T88V-DT".
This brings the recovery and Windows initial settings to an end.
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Specification
Preinstallation information
Item
Details
Storage format
File system
NTFS
Volume label
TM-T88V-DT
Preinstalled software
OS
Windows® Embedded POSReady 7
Additional Packages
.NET Framework2.0 SP2
.NET Framework3.0 SP2
.NET Framework3.5 SP1
Driver
Intel®AtomTM Chipset Driver
Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3600 Series Driver
GPIO Driver
3
Broadcom Network Driver
Conexant Sound Driver
EPSON Advanced Printer Driver
EPSON TM printer Communication module
Customer Display COM-USB Driver
ePOS-Device and related software
TM-DT Software
TM-DT Software *
Tool
EPSON TMNet WebConfig
WriteFilter Utility
TM-T88V Utility
User information (Default)
User Name
EPSON-USER
User Password
T88V-DT
EPSON TMNet WebConfig Information (Default)
User Name
epson
User Password
epson
 Depending on the specifications of this product, the version will differ.
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Windows Initial Settings
The following explains the procedures for the Windows initial settings when you turn on the power for this
product for the first time.
1
2
Making sure that this product power is off, connect the display and keyboard.
3
When the log-on screen appears, enter the password.
4
The Windows desktop is displayed. Select [Start], then [Control Panel], and [Date and
Time]. The "Date and Time Properties" window is displayed. Set the date, time, and
the time zone.
Turn on the product.
The Windows setup screen is displayed.
For the initial settings, the user name is "EPSON-USER" and the password is "T88V-DT".
Date, time, and time zone can be set later.
Starting Up and Shutting Down Windows
Starting Up Windows
Windows starts up when power to this product is turned on.
Shutting Down Windows
Power to this product is turned off when Windows is shut down.
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Enabling or Disabling ePOS-Device
On this product, TM-DT software operates on Windows. If using this product with the PC-POS system or
Thin-Client system, do not use this software.
If operation of this software is disabled, the useable memory can be increased by 100MB or more.
ePOS-Device Service is set to [Enabled] in the default settings.
Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Run [ePOS-Device Enabled] from the shortcut on the desktop.
Disabling ePOS-Device Service
Run [ePOS-Device Disabled] from the shortcut on the desktop.
3
Speaker Volume Setting
Volume of the speakers equipped in this product can be adjusted using the speaker volume adjustment function
in Windows.
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Windows Recovery
Follow the steps below to perform the recovery and Windows initial setting.
When the recovery procedure is performed, all data will be deleted. Back up any necessary data
before performing the procedure.
 Recovery requires about 40 minutes.
 A DVD drive with USB interface is required in order to perform Windows recovery.
1
Making sure that this product power is off, connect the display, keyboard, mouse,
and DVD drive.
For how to connect peripherals, see "Attaching and Setting Peripherals" on page 39.
2
3
Insert the recovery disk into the DVD drive.
4
The system starts using the recovery disk. When a message that says "Do you want to
recover?" is displayed. Click [Yes].
5
A confirmation message that says "All data on disc will be deleted. Do you really want
to start recovery?" is displayed. Click [Yes].
Turn on the product, and "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD" is displayed. Press
any key.
Recovery is performed.
6
After the recovery procedure, the system automatically shuts down. 
The system automatically restarts several times for Windows initialization.
Do not enter any information until the Windows log-in screen appears.
7
When the log-on screen is displayed, enter the password.
8
Select [Start]-[Control Panel]-[Date and Time], and the [Date and Time menu] is displayed. Set the date, time, and time zone.
9
Turn off the product. Then remove the display, keyboard, mouse, and DVD drive.
The initial user name is “EPSON-USER”, and the initial password is "T88V-DT".
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Specification
Preinstallation information
Item
Details
Storage format
File system
NTFS
Volume label
TM-T88V-DT
Preinstalled software
OS
Windows® Embedded POSReady 2009
Additional Packages
.NET Framework2.0 SP2
.NET Framework3.0 SP2
.NET Framework3.5 SP1
Driver
Intel®AtomTM Chipset Driver
Intel®SATA AHCI Driver
Intel® Embedded Media and Graphics Driver
3
GPIO Driver
Broadcom Network Driver
Conexant Sound Driver
EPSON Advanced Printer Driver
EPSON TM printer Communication module
Customer Display COM-USB Driver
ePOS-Device and related software
TM-DT Software
TM-DT Software *
Tool
EPSON TMNet WebConfig
WriteFilter Utility
TM-T88V Utility
User information (Default)
User Name
administrator
User Password
T88V-DT
EPSON TMNet WebConfig Information (Default)
User Name
epson
User Password
epson
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System Development Using TM-DT Software
This chapter describes the information needed to develop systems that use TM-DT software.
Systems that Use TM-DT software
Network Printer Control
A function for printing on printers on the same network and acquiring printer status is implemented in the
TM-DT software. You can configure a system for controlling printers via smart device or a Web application.
You can perform control from a wide range of terminals and applications compatible with SOAP/HTTP communications.
Since a network printer can be controlled simply by designating the device ID from the customer's application,
application development becomes easy.
For controllable network printers, see "TM-DT Software Specification" (page 128).
Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling for ePOS-Device Service
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling the Device Control
Network printer (page 102)
 Printer model
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 Device ID
 IP Address
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Controlling for POS Peripherals
A function for controlling POS peripherals is implemented in the TM-DT software. Communication with
peripherals is controlled by device control script files and device control program files.
Device control script files control specific peripherals.
Device control program files control OPOS-specification peripherals. This can be used in TM-DT software
Ver.4.0 or later.
For controllable POS peripherals, device control script files, and device control program files, see the Epson
ePOS SDK and ePOS-Device XML User's Manuals, and the TM-DT Series Peripheral Device Control Guide.
Device control script file
The following device control script files are registered to this product.
Device
Keyboard
Device type
Key input device
Barcode scanner
Serial communication device
Serial communication device
Device control script files can be developed according to the devices that are used by the customer.
4
Device control program file
The following device control program files are registered to this product.
Device
Device type
POS keyboard
OposPOSKeyboardHandler.exe
Barcode scanner
OposScannerHandler.exe
MSR
OposMSRHandler.exe
Device control program files can be developed according to the devices that are used by the customer.
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Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling the Device Control
Customer display (page 103)
 Use / Do not use
Key input device (page 104)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Serial communication device (page 105)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
 Communication settings
Other device (page 106)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control script - Add/delete (page 106)
 Registering the device control script
Device control program - Device registration (page 107)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control program - Add/delete (page 107)
 Registering the device control program
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Spooler and Forward Printing
Spooler
A spooler for saving print data and conducting background printing is implemented in the TM-DT software.
Even in systems where multiple print jobs are concentrated, an application system can be configured where
response is not impeded.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
General printing applications finish transactions upon confirming the printing. Due to such waiting, response
times deteriorate in systems where multiple print jobs are concentrated. The spooler application stores print
data and immediately returns the printing results to the application. This allows the application to proceed to
the next operation without waiting for the current printing job to be completed.
Processing Flow using the Spooler Function
<Spooler>
Print data
< Device A>
4
< Device B>
< Device C>
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1
2
Devices A to C request printing of data A to C almost simultaneously.
3
Each device application completes the printing process and executes the next operation.
4
5
This product successively prints print data A to C.
The TM-DT software saves the print data in the spooler in the order it receives it, and
returns the printing results (JobID, printing result = true) to each device.
The TM-DT software saves the printing results (JobID, printing result = true) in the
log.
 If the printer cannot print because it is offline or there is an error, print data cannot be printed
even if spooled. Since printing results are logged, they can be confirmed from the application.
For the confirmation method, see "Checking the print results" (page 79).
 When power to this product is turned off, the spooler saved fields are erased.
 If the print data exceeds the remaining capacity of the spooler and cannot be spooled, the
print data is erased. Concerning the spooler capacity, see "TM-DT Software Specification"
(page 128).
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Print Forwarding
Print forwarding, which enables printing to be performed from a different printer if it cannot be performed on
another one is implemented in the TM-DT software. You can configure a secure system that enables printing to
be performed on a separate printer even if one printer cannot be used. All you need to do is specify the forwarded printer in the case where printing cannot be performed to EPSON TMNet WebConfig. There is no need
to resend print data.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
Complicated processing is required in order to implement a function by a general application for printing from
a separate printer when a printer cannot be printed. By using print forwarding, since the TM-DT software automatically conducts forward printing, the printing process on the customer's application can be simplified.
Processing Flow using the Spooler Function
< Device ( application )>
<Printer A>
1
2
3
<Printer B>
4
The device application sends the print data to the TM-DT software.
The TM-DT software tries to conduct printing process on printer A but cannot
because the printer is offline. The TM-DT software retries the number of times that is
set in the spooler function.
The TM-DT software prints with printer B.
 If a printer that is set as a forwarding source or forwarding destination cannot print because it
is offline or because of an error, printing is not performed even if forward printing is set. The
printing results are logged and can be confirmed from the application. For the confirmation
method, see "Checking the print results" (page 79).
 When power to this product is turned off, the forward printing data is erased. The forward
printing settings are not erased.
 If the print data exceeds the remaining capacity of the spooler and cannot be spooled, the
print data is erased. Concerning the spooler capacity, see "TM-DT Software Specification"
(page 128).
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Checking the print results
When the spooler is disabled
After printing, the job ID and print results are returned to the application. Also, when printing cannot be performed, the job ID, print results, and error code are returned.
When the spooler is enabled
 When print data cannot be spooled:
[JobID, Print result = false, Error code = EX_SPOOLER (spooler stopped)] is returned to the application.
 When print data can be spooled:
After spooling the print data, [JobID, Print result = true] is returned to the application. Printing is not performed at this point. Make an inquiry from the application to this product to confirm if printing was performed.
Checking the print results from the application
If inquired of print result from the application, the product returns the following information.
 Printing succeeded:
[JobID, Print results = true]
 Printing succeeded:
[JobID, Print result = false, Error code = Printer status]
 Printing or print forwarding:
[JobID, Print result = false, Error code = Printing]
 When this product is turned off, data in the spooler and the log storage area is cleared. For
detail, see "TM-DT Software Specification" (page 128).
 When printing cannot be performed with this products spooler or print forwarding, the print
data is cleared. If printing has not been completed when checking in the application, we recommend reprinting.
Setting Items
Spooler and forward printing are configured on the same page.
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling spooler
Print forwarding (page 108)
 Retry count
 Forwarding message
 Print forwarding route
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Spooler and Print Forwarding
This section explains the print flow determined by whether or not the spooler or print forwarding is set for this
product.
Printing
succeeded (1)
TM-DT Software
Ver.2.6 or earlier
Print data
Printing
failed (2)
TM-DT Software
Ver.3.0 or later
Print
processing
Spooler disabled
Spooler
operation setting
Disabled
Enabled
Spooler enabled
Remaining spooler
capacity (3)
Spooling
unavailable
Clear
print data (4)
Spooling available
Reprint (6)
Printing failed
Print processing
Printing succeeded (7)
Printing failed exceeding
the number of reprint times
Print forwarding
location settings
No print forwarding
location settings
Clear
print data (9)
4
Printing
complete
Print forwarding
location settings available
Print forwarding enabled
Print forwarding (8)
Reprint (6)
Printing failed
Secondary Printer
print processing
Printing
succeeded
Print forwarding
message (10)
Reprint (6)
Printing failed
Tertiary Printer
print processing
Printing
succeeded
Printing failed exceeding
the number of reprint times
Print forwarding
message (10)
Clear
print data (9)
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When spooler is disabled or TM-DT Software Ver.2.6 or earlier
1: Printing success
TM-DT Software Ver.2.6 or earlier: [Print result = true] is returned to the application.
TM-DT Software Ver.3.0 or later:
[JobID, Print result = true] is returned to the application.
2: Printing failed
TM-DT Software Ver.2.6 or earlier: Settings[Print result = false, Error code = Printer status]
is returned to the application.
TM-DT Software Ver.3.0 or later:
[JobID, Print result = false, Error code = Printer status]
is returned to the application.
When spooler is enabled
3: The remaining free space in the spooler and the size of the print data is checked, and the product determines
whether or not the print data can be spooled.
4: If the print data cannot be spooled, the print data is cleared. [JobID, Print result = false, Error code =
EX_SPOOLER (spooler stopped)] is returned to the application. This data is not stored in the product's
spooler or the log storage area.
5: When print data can be spooled, [JobID, Print result = true] is stored in the spooler. [JobID, Print result =
true] is also returned to the application.
6: Make the reprint settings (number of times and interval) in EPSON TMNet WebConfig. For detail, see "Settings - Web service settings - Print Settings - Spooler" (page 108).
7: When printing is successful, the spooler's print data and [JobID, Print result = true] are deleted. [JobID, Print
result = true] are stored in the log storage area of this product.
When Print forwarding is enabled
4
8: Send print data to Secondary printer.
9: When printing fails, the spooler's print data and [JobID, Print result = true] are deleted. [JobID, Print result =
false, Error code = Printer status] are stored in the log storage area of this product.
10:Print with secondary (tertiary) printer. For about settings for forwarding message, see "Settings - Web service
settings - Print Settings - Spooler" (page 108).
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Software Access Point
TM-DT software is equipped with a software access point that enables communication with a tablet terminal
using the wireless LAN cable set (OT-WL01) as the access point. A smart device and this product can directly
communicate by Wi-Fi® even in an environment where there is no router or network. You can construct a small
POS system or a kitting system where no display or keyboard is connected to this product.
Communication Settings
1
2
3
Turn the product power on and connect the wireless LAN cable set (OT-WL01).
The printer prints the SSID and password.
Configure Wi-Fi with the tablet terminal. Configure using the printed SSID and password. Communications will be established with this product in a few minutes.
This product can be controlled on the following networks.
Setting Value
(Cannot be changed)
Item
IP address
192.168.173.1
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
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Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Software Access Point (page 106)
 Enable
 SSID
 Password
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Communication Box
A communication box, which is a virtual space for exchanging data between applications, is implemented in the
TM-DT software. The TM-DT software discloses the virtual data space, which is identified by box ID, to applications. The box ID can be used by multiple applications, making it possible to easily configure a system for
exchanging data between applications.
The communication box can be set and used from applications compatible with Epson ePOS SDK and ePOSDevice XML.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.2.5 or later.
Communication Box Mechanism
<MemberID>
-App1
-App2
<MemberID>
-App1
<MemberID>
-App2
4
The TM-DT software manages the communication box with a box ID (BoxID in the figure above). Data can be
exchanged between applications that belong to the communication box.
In the figure, applications App1 and App2 exchange data using the communication box with BoxID:1.
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An example for processing the data using communication box
1
2
3
4
5
6
The product receive a barcode data scanned from scanner.
TM-DT Software notify the barcode data to App2.
App2 acquire the barcode data, then convert to POS data.
App2 sends display data to communication box of TM-DT Software.
TM-DT Software notify the data is stored into communication box to App1.
4
App1 acquire the stored display data from communication box.
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Server Direct Print
Server Direct Print is implemented in the TM-DT software. The function allows the TM-DT software to issue
printing requests to Web server applications, conduct printing upon directly acquiring print data from the Web
server, and notify the printing results to applications.
General printing system applications perform printing upon designating the printer. A function for including
ePOS-Print XML print data in response to printing requests can be implemented in server direct print applications. Since the printer IP address is not specified from the application, printing can be performed via the Internet even in environments where printing is difficult because the IP address cannot be acquired on the Web
server side or the device cannot be controlled via the Internet due to security policy settings.
Because the Web server application only includes print data in the response, printing can be performed without
designating the printer.
Processing Flow Using the Server Direct Print Function
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1
2
The TM-DT software issues a print request to the Web server application.
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4
The TM-DT software sends print data to the printer and performs printing.
The Web server application sends a response that includes print data to the TM-DT
software.
The software notifies the printing results to the application.
Items to be Prepared by the Customer
 Web server
 Application for including print data in the responses to requests from the TM-DT software
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Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling device control
 Enabling server direct print
 Enabling status notification
Server direct print (page 110)
 Application server settings
Status notification (page 111)
 Application server settings
Network printer (page 102)
 Printer model
 Device ID
 IP address
Proxy settings (page 116)
 Proxy server settings
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Device Data Notification
A device data notification function for using input data from a barcode scanner, etc. connected to this product
as a trigger to receive print data or other data for controlling a device directly from the Web server and notifying
the control results to the application is implemented in the TM-DT software.
The Web server application can control the printer and device designated simply by including print data or
device control data in the response.
You can configure a system for performing printing and controlling peripherals based on data notices from the
device.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
General printing system applications commence printing from the application side. A function for including
print data in responses to printing requests cab be implemented in the applications mounted on Web servers
through device data notification. This function can be used to perform printing by using an ID number
scanned by a barcode scanner as a trigger.
Processing Flow Using the Device Data Notification Function
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1
2
The operator scans the ID number, etc. with a barcode scanner.
3
The Web server application sends a response that includes device control data to the
TM-DT software.
4
The TM-DT software sends the control data to the target device, and processing is
performed.
5
The TM-DT software notifies the device control results to the application.
Application for including device control data in response to requests from the TM-DT
software
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Items to be Prepared by the Customer
 Web server
 Application for including device control data in response to requests from the TM-DT software
Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling device control
 Enabling device data notification
Device data notification (page 111)
 Application server settings
 Error settings
Network printer (page 102)
 Printer model
 Device ID
 IP address
Customer display (page 103)
 Use / Do not use
Key input device (page 104)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Serial communication device (page 105)
 Device ID
4
 Select the device control script
 Communication settings
Other device (page 106)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control script - Add/delete (page 106)
 Register the device control script file
Proxy settings (page 116)
 Proxy server settings
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Web Server
You can configure a Web server system which mounts the server-side scripting (Perl or php) Web contents on
the Apache HTTP Server, which is the operating environment for the TM-DT software. You can also use the
SQLite database. Moreover, you can configure an automatic update system of Web contents for automatically
updating Web contents from a separate Web server at regular intervals.
For the PHP and Perl versions, see "TM-DT Software Specification" (page 128).
Preparation of Web content
File format
 HTML file
 CSS file
 JavaScript
 Image data
 Perl script (*.cgi)
 php script (*.php)
Package file (*.zip)
Zip the files to be registered all together. The zip file name is arbitrary.
 Use one-byte alphanumeric characters (ASCII characters) for a zip file name and sub-folder name.
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 The maximum size of the files before zipping is 100 MB. Otherwise, registering fails.
 Web contents cannot be registered additionally. All files are overwritten and registered. Zip web contents
before registering.
<Example for sample program>
epsonsample.zip (Zip file)
index.html
css
*.css
img
*.bmp
*.jpg
*.png
js
*.js
sample
*.html
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 When you access to registered web contents from an input terminal and so on, the URL differs depending on
the folder structure of the zip file.
➀ http://[the product’s IP address]/index.html
➁ http://[the product’s IP address]/webpage/index.html
➀
epsonsample.zip
➁
epsonsample.zip
webpage .................................. : A folder added
index.html
css
*.css
img
*.bmp
*.jpg
*.png
js
*.js
sample
*.html
index.html
css
*.css
img
*.bmp
*.jpg
*.png
js
*.js
sample
*.html
Register the prepared Web content file to TM-DT Software.
Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web content update (page 110)
 Register the web content
 Web server settings for automatically updating
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling automatic web content update
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Method Used to Set multiple TM-DT devices
To install and operate multiple this products you will need to set IP addresses for each device and configure various printing control settings.
The following method is available in order to configure settings efficiently.
 Configure settings for each device separately using EPSON TMNet WebConfig
Basic setup procedure. Connect a keyboard and a display to the TM-DT devices and have a worker setup
each device individually. 
Save and register web content and certificate files to a USB memory stick or similar storage device.
See "TM-DT Software Settings" on page 97 for more information on this method.
 Configure settings using a TM-DT software settings file saved to a USB memory stick
This method is used to have the product automatically configure settings from the settings file on the USB
memory stick. When doing so a user does not need to connect a keyboard and display to perform operations.
This is the conventional Easy Setup method.
Prepare a settings file (setting.ini) with TM-DT settings on a Windows computer. Then, put this settings file
along with web content and the certificate file onto a USB memory stick. 
A separate USB memory stick for each TM-DT will need to be prepared when setting IP addresses for multiple TM-DT devices individually.
See "Deployment Guide" for more information on this method.
 Configure settings by building a configuration server system
This method automatically applies settings using the settings file downloaded by the TM-DT based on a
request sent to the configuration server.
This allows for a more efficient configuration system through the setting of functions used to configure individual settings, such as different IP addresses for each TM-DT, on the configuration server.
First, build a configuration server system and prepare TM-DT settings data to include TM-DT settings, web
content and the certificate file. You will need to configure settings for the TM-DT so that it sends the request
to the configuration server.
See "Deployment Guide" for more information on this method.
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Features of each configuration method
The features of the configuration methods introduced below. Consider which configuration method best suits
your circumstances.
Configuration
method
Advantages
Disadvantages
Application
Configuring settings
with the EPSON TMNet
WebConfig
Preparations such as creating
a settings file and building a
system for use are unnecessary.
As users set one unit at a time
this method can be inefficient
and mistakes can be made
when configuring settings.
This method is suited to
relatively small system setups.
Configuring settings
with a USB memory stick
Simplifies the configuration
process by implementing settings just by turning on the
TM-DT and inserting the USB
memory stick.
The same USB memory stick
cannot be used when changing settings between TM-DT
devices.
This method is suited to a
system where the same
settings are applied to
multiple products.
Configuring settings
from a configuration
server system
This allows for a system that
changes settings for each TMDT.
A long setup process is
required, including the building of a configuration server
system.
This method is suited to
relatively large-scale system setups where settings
change for each TM-DT.
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Controlling POS Peripherals from Smart Devices
A function for controlling this product's POS peripherals and network printers from native applications of
smart devices (iOS/AndroidTM/Universal Windows Apps) is implemented in the TM-DT software.
Utilizing Epson ePOS SDK, you can easily configure an application system using API for controlling POS
peripherals and printers.
Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling the device control
Printer (page 102)
 Printer model
 Device ID
 IP address
Customer display (page 103)
 Use / Do not use
Key input device (page 104)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Serial communication device (page 105)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
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 Communication settings
Other device (page 106)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control script - Add/delete (page 106)
 Register the device control script
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Controlling POS Peripherals from Web Applications
A function for controlling this product's POS peripherals and network printers from Web applications is implemented in the TM-DT software. You can also shut this product down from Web applications. Moreover, you can
print images that are drawn on HTML5 Canvas from a HTML5-compatible Web browser.
Using the Epson ePOS SDK for JavaScript, you can easily construct an application system by utilizing APIs for
controlling POS peripherals and printers.
You can implement Web applications in a Web server or this product and use them from HTML5-compatible
browser-mounted terminals.
Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling the device control
Network printer (page 102)
 Printer model
 Device ID
 IP address
Customer display (page 103)
 Use / Do not use
Key input device (page 104)
 Device ID
4
 Select the device control script
Serial communication device (page 105)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
 Communication settings
Other device (page 106)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control script - Add/delete (page 106)
 Registering the device control script
Device control program - Device registration (page 107)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control program - Add/delete (page 107)
 Registering the device control program
Product’s shutdown (page 118)
 Shutdown settings
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Printing from Web Service Compatible Applications
A function for controlling this product's POS peripherals and network printers from applications compatible
with Web services is implemented in the TM-DT software.
Through using the ePOS-Print XML system, you can perform printing from various device applications compatible with SOAP/HTTP communications. You can configure a system for controlling printers without
depending on the OS. Moreover, because there is no need to install drivers and plug-ins to terminals, you can
perform printing from a wide range of devices and systems compatible with Web services.
Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling the device control
Network printer (page 102)
 Printer model
 Device ID
 IP address
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Controlling POS Peripherals from Socket Communication Compatible Applications
A function for controlling this product's POS peripherals and network printers from applications compatible
with Web services is implemented in the TM-DT software.
There is no need to install drivers and plug-ins to terminals.
Through using the ePOS-Device XML system, you can perform printing from various device applications compatible with socket communications. You can configure a system for controlling printers without depending on
the OS. Moreover, because there is no need to install drivers and plug-ins to terminals, you can perform control
of POS peripherals from a wide range of devices and systems compatible with Web services.
Setting Items
Setting
Items
Enabling / Disabling ePOS-Device Service 
(page 64, page 70)
 Enabling ePOS-Device Service
Web service (page 101)
 Enabling the device control
Network printer (page 102)
 Printer model
 Device ID
 IP address
Customer display (page 103)
 Use / Do not use
Key input device (page 104)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Serial communication device (page 105)
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 Device ID
 Select the device control script
 Communication settings
Other device (page 106)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control script - Add/delete (page 106)
 Registering the device control script
Device control program - Device registration (page 107)
 Device ID
 Select the device control script
Device control program - Add/delete (page 107)
 Registering the device control program
Product’s shutdown (page 118)
 Shutdown settings
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TM-DT Software Settings
Use EPSON TMNet WebConfig to set the TM-DT software.
Each section describes the items that are displayed from [Information] and [Settings] of EPSON TMNet WebConfig.
Starting EPSON TMNet WebConfig
Start EPSON TMNet WebConfig by the following method.
If ePOS-Device Service is invalid, EPSON TMNet WebConfig will not start. For details, see "Enabling or Disabling ePOS-Device" (page 64).
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Connect a display and keyboard to this product.
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3
Start EPSON TMNet WebConfig from the desktop shortcut.
Login with a user account that has administrator authority.
“Windows Security” screen appears, input the user name and password, then click [OK].
For details, see "Settings - Admin settings - Admin information - Password" (page 127).
EPSON TMNet WebConfig starts.
When setting from a PC connected to the network, enter the following into the Web browser URL
entry field.
http://<product’s IP address>/webconfig/
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Help Screen Display
Click [Help] to display the help screen for EPSON TMNet WebConfig.
Version Screen Display
Click [About] to display the version screen for EPSON TMNet WebConfig.
Updating TM-DT Software
When you update the TM-DT software, you can use its new functions. Download the following file from
Epson's Web site to update.
File name: ePOS-Device System Update Package
For details on how to update, see the Readme file inside the ePOS-Device update package.
You cannot downgrade the TM-DT software.
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Information - Current status
You can check the basic settings for this product.
Item
Admin information
Description
Administrator name
Displays the administrator name for this product.
Installation location
Displays the installation location for this product.
We b s e r v i c e
function
Web service function
Displays whether the Web service function is enabled or not.
Status of 
Web content 
update
Automatic update for Web content
Displays the schedule for automatic updates for Web content.
Date and time of Web content
installed
Displays the date and time that the Web contents were installed.
Date and time of last automatic
update
Displays the date and time of the last automatic update performed.
Result of automatic update
Displays the result of the automatic update.
Run state
Displays the run state of the server direct print.
ID
Displays the web server ID acquiring print data of the server direct
print.
Server direct
print
Server 1
Server 2 *
Server 3 *
Status notification
Interval (sec.)
Displays the interval for acquiring print data.
Date and time
last run
Displays the date and time last run of the server direct print.
Final run
results
Displays the final run results of the server direct print.
Run state
Displays the run state of the status notification.
ID
Displays the web server ID sending status notification.
Interval (sec.)
Displays the interval for sending status notification.
Date and time last run
Displays the date and time last run of the status notification.
Final run results
Displays the final run results of the status notification.
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Information - System settings - Network
You can check the network settings for this product.
Item
TCP/IP Information
(Wired LAN)
TCP/IP Information
(Wireless LAN)
Wireless LAN Setting
(Wireless LAN)
Security
(SSL settings)
Proxy settings
Certificate List
Description
IP address
Displays this product's IP address for a wired LAN network.
Subnet Mask
Displays the subnet mask.
Default Gateway
Displays the default gateway.
Acquire DNS Server
Address Automatically
Displays whether the Acquire DNS Server Address Automatically function is enabled or not.
DNS Server Address
(in order of use)
Displays automatically acquired DNS server addresses in the order they
are used.
IP address
Displays this product's IP address for a wireless LAN network.
Subnet Mask
Displays the subnet mask.
Default Gateway
Displays the default gateway.
Acquire DNS Server 
Address Automatically
Displays whether the Acquire DNS Server Address Automatically function is enabled or not.
DNS Server Address
(in order of use)
Displays automatically acquired DNS server addresses in the order they
are used.
Network Mode
Displays this product's wireless LAN network mode.
SSID
Displays the SSID for the registered wireless LAN network.
SSL
Displays whether the SSL is enable or disable.
Domain of the 
certificate
Displays the domain of the certificate.
Validity period of 
the certificate
Displays the validity period of the certificate.
Web content 
update
Web contents automatic update, displaying whether or not proxy is
used.
Server Direct Print
Server direct print, displaying whether or not proxy is used.
Status notification
Status notification, displaying whether or not proxy is used.
Store/restore 
settings
Store / restore settings, displaying whether or not proxy is used.
Update Web service
functions
Update web service function, displaying whether or not proxy is used.
Deployment
Deployment, displaying whether or not proxy is used.
Device Data 
Notification
Device data notification, displaying whether or not proxy is used.
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Information - System settings - Date and Time
You can check this product's time settings.
Item
Description
Date and Time
Displays the time and the time zone set for this product.
Automatically adjust clock for
Daylight Saving Time
Displays whether the automatic daylight saving time adjustment function is
enabled or not.
Use Time Server
Displays whether the function to use a time server is enabled or not.
Time Server
Displays the address set as a time server.
Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings
Enables or disables the Web services that are provided with the TM-DT software.
Item
Web service 
function
Print function
Description
Device control
Enables or disables device control functions that use Web service. Used
for ePOS-Device.
Automatic update of Web
content
Enables or disables the automatic update function for Web content.
Server direct print
Enables or disables the server direct print function.
Status notification
Enables or disables the status notification function.
Device Data Notification
Enables or disables the device data notification function.
The automatic registration and deletion of the
key input device
Enables or disables the automatic registration / deletion function of the
key input device.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
Spooler *
Enables or disables the spooler function.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
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Settings - Web service settings - Printer
Performs the settings for printers controlled by TM-DT Software.
You can set the printers when you have set [Enable] under [Device control] in the "Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings" (page 101)
Item
Device ID
Description
Set the ID for the controlled printer. (Any character string)
The initial value for the device ID for the printer equipped in this product
is "local_printer".
Type
Select the type for the controlled printer.
Model no.
Select the model number for the controlled printer.
IP address
Set the printer IP address for each device ID.
Retry interval
Set the timeout retry interval.
Add
Adds the printer on this product.
Registered printers
Displays a list of registered printers.
Test printing
Performs a test printing. "TEST_PRINT" is printed.
Operating test
Click [Operating test] to display the "Operating test" window. Perform an
operating test for the hybrid printer.
Fer details, refer to "Operating test" on page 102.
Delete
4
Deletes a registered printer.
Operating test
Item
Description
Receipt
Test printing
Performs a test printing. “TEST_PRINT” is printed.
Slip
Start printing
Performs a slip printing test. “TEST_PRINT” is printed.
Cancel printing
Cancels printing.
Start printing
Performs an endorsement printing test. “TEST_PRINT” is printed.
Cancel printing
Cancels printing.
pull-down menu
Select a reading format.
start reading
Starts reading.
Cancel reading
Cancels reading.
Eject
Ejects paper.
Endorsement
MICR
Close
Close the window.
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Settings - Web service settings - Customer Display
Performs the settings for the customer display controlled by TM-DT Software.
You can set the customer display when you have set [Enable] under [Device control] in the "Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings" (page 101)
Item
Description
Do not use
Do not use a customer display.
Use
Use a customer display.
Communication 
settings
Brightness setting
Communication 
speed (bps)
Set the communication speed.
Data bit
Set the data bit.
Parity
Set the parity.
Set the brightness of the customer display in percentages.
You can set 20%, 40%, 60%, or 100%. The maximum brightness is 100%.
Display test
Check if the customer display operates properly.
When [Display test] is clicked, characters appear on the customer display.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
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Settings - Web service settings - Key input device
Performs the settings for the key input device controlled by TM-DT Software.
You can set the key input devices when you have set [Enable] under [Device control] in the "Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings" (page 101)
Item
Description
Device ID
Set the ID for the key input device.
Device name
Set the device name for the key input device.
Control script
Set the device control script to control the key input device.
Register device control scripts as necessary. For details, refer to "Settings
- Web service settings - Control script - Add/delete" (page 106).
Add
Registers the key input device.
Registered key input devices
Displays a list of registered key input devices.
Operating test
Performs an operating test for a registered key input device.
1. Click to display the "Operating Test" window.
2. Operate the key input device.
3. Confirm that correct operation is performed.
Delete
Deletes a registered key input device.
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Settings - Web Service settings - Serial communication Device
Performs the settings for serial communication devices controlled by TM-DT Software.
You can set the serial communication devices when you have set [Enable] under [Device control] in the "Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings" (page 101)
Item
Description
Device ID
Device
name
Set the device ID.
Model selection
Select the device model name.
Port selection
Select the device port.
Physical serial
port
Serial port on the rear of this product.
USB port 1 ~ 6
USB ports on the rear of this product.
If connecting a serial device using the COM-USB cable, select the appropriate USB port.
The USB port numbers can be confirmed on [Display port location].
Display port location
Control script
Displays the window that shows this product's port positions.
Set the device control script for controlling the serial communication
device.
Register device control scripts as necessary. For details, refer to "Settings
- Web service settings - Control script - Add/delete" (page 106).
Communication speed (bps)
Set the device communication speed.
Data bit
Set the data bit.
Parity
Set the parity.
Stop bit
Set the stop bit.
Flow control
Set the flow control.
Add
Registers the serial communication device on this product.
Registered serial 
communication devices
Displays a list of registered serial communication devices.
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Detailed display
Displays the device settings confirmation window.
Operating test
Performs an operating test for a registered serial communication device.
1. Click to display the "Operating Test" window.
2. Enter a value and click [Send].
3. Confirm that correct operation is performed.
Delete
Deletes a registered serial communication device.
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Settings - Web Service settings - Other Device
Performs settings for other devices controlled by TM-DT Software.
You can set the Other devices when you have set [Enable] under [Device control] in the "Settings - Web service
settings - Startup settings" (page 101)
Item
Description
Device ID
Set the ID for the controlled device.
Control script
Set the device control script to control the device.
Register device control scripts as necessary.
For details, refer to "Settings - Web service settings - Control script - Add/
delete" (page 106).
Add
Registers the device on this product.
Other registered devices
Displays other devices registered on this product.
Delete
Deletes the corresponding device control script from this product.
Settings - Web service settings - Control script - Add/delete
Performs registration or deletion for device control scripts used by TM-DT Software.
Item
Control script to be registered
Description
Set the control script to be registered.
Control script
Specifies the control script file of the device being registered.
Add
Registers the device control script on this product.
Registered control scripts
Delete
4
Displays a list of device control scripts registered on this product based
on the device type.
Deletes the corresponding device control script from this product.
You cannot delete it if the control script is being used.
in use
The corresponding device control script is in use.
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Settings - Web service settings - Control program - Device registration
Performs settings for devices controlled by TM-DT Software. You can set the devices when you have set
[Enable] under [Device control] in the "Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings" on page 101.
Item
Description
Device ID
Set the ID for the controlled device.
Control program
Set the device control program to control the device.
Register device control programs as necessary.
For details, refer to "Settings - Web service settings - Control script - Add/
delete" on page 106.
Add
Registers the device control program on this product.
Registered devices
Displays a list of device registered on this product based on the device
type.
Delete
Deletes the corresponding device control program from this product.
Settings - Web service settings - Control program - Add/delete
Performs registration or deletion for device control program used by TM-DT Software.
Item
Control program to be registered
Description
Set the control program to be registered.
+
Adds a file selection box for control program files.
Control program file
Specifies the control program file of the device being registered.
Add
Registers the device control program on this product.
Registered control programs
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Displays a list of device control programs registered on this product
based on the device type.
Detailed display
Displays the details of the control program.
Delete
Deletes the corresponding device control program from this product.
You cannot delete it if the control program is being used.
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Settings - Web service settings - Print Settings - Spooler
Performs settings for spooler and print forwarding.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
You can set the spooler and print forwarding when you have set [Enable] under [Spooler] in the "Settings - Web
service settings - Startup settings" (page 101)
Item
Spooler 
Settings
Retry
Description
Count
When printing fails for the set number of times, printing is performed
from the forwarded printer if the forwarding path is set.
Interval (sec.)
Message Text
Print forwarding route to be
registered
Sets the number of retries for when printing error occurs.
Sets the interval between retries when printing error occurs.
Message Text
Sets the character string of the notice message that is printed when forward processing takes place.
Text Attributes
Sets the character decoration of the notice message.
Position
Sets the printing position of the notice message.
Cut
Sets whether or not to cut the paper after printing the notice message.
Apply
Saves the notice message settings to this product.
Primary Printer
Sets the printer to be set for forwarding path.
Secondary Printer
Sets the forwarded printer for cases where the primary printer fails to
print.
Tertiary Printer
Sets the forwarded printer for cases where the primary printer and the
secondary printer fail to print.
Register
Saves the forwarding path settings to this product.
Registered Print forwarding routes
Delete
A list of the registered forwarding paths is displayed.
Deletes the settings of ticked forwarding paths.
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Settings - Web Service settings - Web Content - Update settings
Performs settings for the installation method and update settings for the Web content registered on this product.
You can set the automatic update when you have set [Enable] under [Automatic update of web content] in the
"Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings" (page 101) .
Item
Automatic update
settings
Description
Update schedule
Set the schedule for automatic update of the Web content.
ID
Sets ID for identifying this product at the Web server.
This ID will be the user ID used for Digest authentication. This set value
will also be passed as an ID parameter value for the form data posted to
the server.
Password
Sets password used for Digest authentication.
File URL
Specify a URL for the file to automatically update.
After designating it, click "Access test" and check if the URL is properly
specified.
Manual update
Server Authentication
Sets whether or not to conduct server authentication based on the registered certificate when conducting access by https.
Apply
Registers the automatic update settings on this product.
After setting settings,
update Web content
immediately
After the automatic update settings are registered on this product, the
Web content will be updated.
Web content file 
(*.zip)
Specifies the registered Web content.
Upload
Uploads the specified Web content.
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Settings - Web service settings - Server access - Direct Print
Performs settings for server direct print.
You can set the server direct print when you have set [Enable] under [Server Direct Print] in the "Settings - Web
service settings - Startup settings" (page 101) .
Item
ID
Description
Sets the ID for identifying this product on the Web server side.
This ID becomes the user ID used for Digest authentication. The set value
is also passed as the ID parameter value of the form data to be posted to
the server.
Password
Server 1
Specify the password to be used for Digest authentication for the server.
URL
Set the web server URL for acquiring print data.
After designating it, click "Access test" and check if the URL is properly
specified.
Server 2 *
Server 3 *
Interval (sec.)
Set the request interval (printing request).
Server Authentication *
Sets whether or not to conduct server authentication based on the registered certificate when conducting access by https.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
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Settings - Web Service settings - Server access - Status notification
Performs settings for status notification.
You can set the status notification when you have set [Enable] under [Status Notification] in the "Settings - Web
service settings - Startup settings" (page 101) .
Item
ID
Description
Sets the ID for identifying this product on the Web server side.
This ID becomes the user ID used for Digest authentication. The set value
is also passed as the ID parameter value of the form data to be posted to
the server.
Password
Specify the password to be used for Digest authentication for the server.
URL
Set the web server URL for sending status notifications.
After designating it, click "Access test" and check if the URL is properly
specified.
Interval (sec.)
Set the interval for sending status notifications.
Server Authentication *
Sets whether or not to conduct server authentication based on the registered certificate when conducting access by https.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
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Settings - Web Service settings - Server access - Device Data Notification
Performs settings for device data notification.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
You can set the device data notification when you have set [Enable] under [Device Data Notification] in the
"Settings - Web service settings - Startup settings" (page 101) .
Item
Settings
Server 
access
Description
ID
Sets the ID for identifying this product on the Web server side.
This ID becomes the user ID used for Digest authentication. The set value
is also passed as the ID parameter value of the form data to be posted to
the server.
Password
Specify the password to be used for Digest authentication for the server.
URL
Set the web server URL and path to applications.
Ex: After specifying http://[Web server IP address]/Test_device.php, click
[Access Test] and confirm whether or not access is possible.
Server Authentication
Sets whether or not to conduct server authentication based on the registered certificate when conducting access by https.
Box ID
Specifies the BoxID of the communication box.
Sets whether or not to print an error message when Post fails.
POST Error
Capture 
Devices
Apply
Devices
Print Message
Sets whether or not to print an error message when Post error occurs.
Message Text
Sets the character string of the error message.
Text Attributes
Sets the text decoration of the error message.
Cut
Sets whether or not to cut the paper.
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Registers the settings to this product.
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Settings - System settings - Network - Wired LAN - TCP/IP
Sets the IP address, etc. of this product's cable LAN.
Item
Description
Get IP Address
Sets the method of getting the IP address.
IP Address
Sets the IP address when [Get IP Address] is set to [Manual].
Subnet Mask
Sets the subnet mask when [Get IP Address] is set to [Manual].
Default Gateway
Sets the default gateway when [Get IP Address] is set to [Manual].
Acquire DNS Server 
Address Automatically
Sets the method of getting the address of the DNS server when [Get IP
Address] is set to [Manual].
DNS Server Address(in order of use)
Sets the addresses of the DNS server in order of usage when [Acquire
DNS Server Address Automatically] is set to [Disable].
Print IP Address *
When this setting is [Enable], if [Get IP Address] is set to [Auto], the IP
address is printed when it is acquired.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
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Settings - System settings - Network - Wireless LAN
Performs settings for a wireless LAN network when the optional wireless LAN cable set (OT-WL01) is used.
Item
SSID
Description
Sets the SSID.
If you want to set an optional SSID, select [ Input directly ] and set the
optional SSID. ASCII characters including space characters can be used
for the SSID.
If using an existing SSID, select [ Select from the list ] and configure an
optional SSID from the list.
Network mode
Authentication Method
Sets this product's network mode.
Sets the authentication algorithm.
In the initial settings, the authentication system is set to Open System.
For security reasons, use this product after first changing the setting.
Security Mode
Sets the encryption algorithm.
In the initial settings, the encryption system is set to None. For security
reasons, use this product after first changing the setting.
Default WEP Key
WEP key
Sets the WEP key to use.
Sets the WEP key.
ASCII characters including space characters can be used for the WEP key.
WPA/WPA2 Pre-Shared Key
Enter the pass phrase of the pre-shared key when [Security mode] is set
to "WPA" or "WPA2".
ASCII characters including space characters can be used for the preshared key.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
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Settings - System settings - Network - Wireless LAN - TCP/IP
Performs settings for a wireless LAN such as IP address when the optional wireless LAN cable set (OT-WL01) is
used.
Item
Description
Get IP Address
Sets the method of getting the IP address.
IP Address
Sets the IP address when [Get IP Address] is set to [Manual].
Subnet Mask
Sets the subnet mask when [Get IP Address] is set to [Manual].
Default Gateway
Sets the default gateway when [Get IP Address] is set to [Manual].
Acquire DNS Server Address Automatically
Sets the method of getting the address of the DNS server when [Get IP
Address] is set to [Auto].
DNS Server Address(in order of use)
Sets the addresses of the DNS server in order of usage when [Acquire
DNS Server Address Automatically] is set to [Disable].
Print IP Address *
When this setting is [Enable], if [Get IP Address] is set to [Auto], the IP
address is printed when it is acquired.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
Settings - System settings - Security - SSL
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Performs SSL settings for this product.
Item
Disable
Description
Disables SSL authentication.
Remove the certificate
Select this checkbox to delete the SSL certificate.
It can only be selected when the SSL setting is [Disabled].
Enable
Enables SSL authentication.
Create the self signed 
certificate
Update the certificate
Create a self signed certificate to be registered to this product.
It can only be selected when the SSL setting is [Enabled].
Renews certificates registered to this product.
It can only be selected when the SSL setting is [Enabled].
Private key file
Selects private key files registered to this product.
It can only be selected when the SSL setting is [Enabled].
Certificate file
Selects server certificate files registered to this product.
It can only be selected when the SSL setting is [Enabled].
Certificate chain file(Option)
Selects certificate chain files registered to this product.
It can only be selected when the SSL setting is [Enabled].
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
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Settings - System settings - Web access - Proxy settings
Performs settings for this product's proxy and the services that use the proxy.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
Item
Description
Proxy URL
Input the URL for the proxy server in use.
Proxy port no.
Input the port number for the proxy server in use.
ID
Register the ID for proxy authentication.
Password
Register the password for proxy authentication.
Proxy settings
Wen content update
Sets whether or not to use proxy for automatic update of Web content.
Server direct print
Sets whether or not to use proxy for server direct print.
Status notification
Sets whether or not to use proxy for status notification.
Store/restore settings
Sets whether or not to use proxy for store/restore settings.
Update Web service function
Sets whether or not to use proxy for the update Web service function.
Deployment
Sets whether or not to use proxy for deployment.
Device Data Notification
Sets whether or not to use proxy for device data notification.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
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Registers certificates to this product and sets or deletes registered certificates.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
Item
Import Certificates
Certificate List
Description
Certificate file
Specifies the certificate file to be registered to this product.
Update
Registers the specified certificate file to this product.
Issuer
The list of certificate files and detailed information registered to this
product is displayed. By applying a tick to the listed certificates, it
becomes possible to use [Delete].
Issuer to
Detailed information of certificates can be confirmed.
Delete
Delete the ticked certificates.
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Settings - System settings - Access Point - Software access point settings
These settings are performed when using the cable LAN cable set (OT-WL01) as the software access point.
This function can be used with Windows Embedded POSReady 7 OS and TM-DT software of Ver. 3.0 or later.
Item
Description
Disable
Renders the software access point invalid.
Enable
Validates the software access point.
SSID
Enter the software access point password.
The initial setting is below.
TM-DT-<product’s serial number>
Password
Register the software access point password.
This is not configured in the default settings. In this case, this product
automatically generates and prints a password.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
Settings - System settings - Date and time - Time settings
Performs time settings for this product.
Item
Description
Date and time
Sets the time and date.
Time Zone
Sets the area. Sets the time difference from Coordinated Universal Time.
Automatically adjust clock for Daylight Saving
Time
Selects whether to automatically adjust the clock for Daylight Saving
Time.
Use Time Server
Selects whether to use a time server.
Time Server
Specifies the URL for the time server.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
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Settings - System settings - Power - Shutdown settings
Performs shutdown settings for this product.
Item
Shutdown
settings
Description
When the power button is
pressed
Set the operation when you press the power button.
ePOS-Device
Shutdown
permission
Specify the permission settings for shutdown from Epson ePOS SDK for
JavaScript or ePOS-Device XML.
Pa s s w o r d
protection
Specifies whether to perform password authentication for shutdown
from an application compatible with ePOS-Device XML or Epson ePOS
SDK for JavaScript.
It can be selected when "Shutdown permission" is "Permit".
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
Shutdown
Turn off the power
Shuts down the product.
Restart *
Execute Restart
Restarts this product.
 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Store restore settings
Stores and restores various settings for TM-DT Software.
Item
Auto backup/
Auto restore 
settings *
Storing 
settings
Auto store 
settings *
Sets whether or not to automatically store the TM-DT software settings.
Auto restore 
settings *
Sets whether or not to automatically restore the TM-DT software settings.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
Acquire
Register user specified folder *
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Description
Acquires this product's setting files.
Folder path
Specifies the folder path for automatically saving the TM-DT software
settings.
Add
Saves the folder path settings to this product.
Registered 
user specified folder
A list of the folder paths registered to this product is displayed. When a
listed folder path is ticked, it becomes possible to use [Delete].
Delete
Deletes the folder path that is ticked.
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Restoring 
the 
settings
Item
Description
Specify a local file
Select this when recovering this product using locally saved setting
files.
Setting file
Specifies the setting files for restoring the TM-DT software settings.
If you want to restore setting files on an optional file path, select [Input
directly] and specify the optional file path.
If you want to restore this product's settings using the setting files in
the [User specified folder], select [Select from the list] and specify an
optional setting file from the list.
Specify a file URL
ID *
Select when restoring this product using a setting files stored on a Web
server.
Sets the ID for identifying the setting file for restoring the TM-DT software settings on the Web server side.
This ID becomes the user ID used for Digest authentication. The set
value is also passed as the ID parameter value of the form data to be
posted to the server.
Password *
Specify the password to be used for Digest authentication for the
server.
Setting file URL
Set the web server URL and path to applications.
Ex: After specifying http://[Web server IP address]/Test_device.php,
click [Access Test] and confirm whether or not access is possible.
Server Authentication *
Sets whether or not to conduct server authentication based on the
registered certificate when conducting access by https.
Restore
Restores the product from the specified setting file.
Save URL settings
Saves the setting file URL settings.
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Restored items
Items to be restored in the [Restore the settings] are as follows.
Item
Availability
 Device control
Startup settings
 Automatic update of Web content
 Server direct print
 Status notification
 Device Data Notification
Available
 Automatic register / delete of key input
device
 Spooler
Registered device
Printer
 Device ID
 Type
 Model no.
Available
 IP address
 Retry interval
Customer display
 Do not use/use
 Communication settings
 Communication speed
 Data bit
 Parity
Available
 Brightness setting
Kay input device
 Device ID
 Device name
 VID/PID
4
Available
 Control script
Serial communication 
device
 Device ID
 Device name
 VID/PID
 Control script
 Communication settings
 Communication speed
 Data bit
 Parity
 Stop bit
 Flow control
Other device
 Device ID
Available
 Control script
Available
Control script
 Registered control scripts
Available
Control program
 Registered devices
 Registered control programs
Print settings
Spooler
Available
 Spooler settings
 Forwarding message
Available
 Registered print forwarding route
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Item
Web content
Automatic update settings
Availability
 Update schedule
 ID
 Password
Available
 File URL
 Server authentication
Server access
Server direct print
 ID
 Password
 Server 1 ~ 3
 URL
 Interval
Available
 Server authentication
Status notification
 ID
 Password
 URL
Available
 Interval
 Server authentication
Device Data Notification
 Server access
 ID
 Password
 URL
 Server authentication
 BoxID
 POST Error
 Message Enable/Disable
 Message
 Text attribute
 Cut Enable/Disable
Available
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 Captured device
Wired LAN
TCP/IP settings
 Get IP address
 IP address
 Subnet Mask
 Default gateway
Available
 Acquire DNS server address automatically
 DNS server address (in order of use)
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Item
Wireless LAN
Wireless settings
Availability
 SSID
 Network mode
 Authentication method
 Security mode
Available
 Default WEP key
 WEP key
 WPA/WPA2 pre-shared key
TCP/IP settings
 Get IP address
 IP address
 Subnet mask
 Default gateway
Available
 Acquire DNS server address automatically
 DNS server address (in order of use)
Security
SSL settings
 Disable / Enable
 Private key file
 Certificate file
Available
 Certificate chain file (option)
Web access
Proxy settings
 Proxy URL
 Proxy port no.
 ID
Available
 Password
 Proxy settings
Access point
Server authentication
 Certificate file
Software access point 
settings
 Disable / Enable
 SSID
4
Available
Available
 Password
Date and time
Time settings
 Date time
Not available
 Time zone
 Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving time
Available
 Use time server
 Time server
Power
Shutdown settings
 When the power button is pressed
 Shutdown permission
Available
 Password protection
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Item
Maintenance
Store/restore settings
Availability
 Store / restore settings with automatically
 Specify the local file to use / Specify the file
URL to use
 Setting file / setting file URL
Available
 ID
 Password
 Server authentication
Update web service function
 Specify the local file to use / Specify the file
URL to use
 Update file / Update file URL
 ID
Available
 Password
 Server authentication
Deployment
 ID
 Password
 URL
 Parameter
Available
 Server authentication
 Use deployment upon system start
Admin information
Administrator information
Password
 Administrator name
 Installation location
Available
 Password
Not available
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Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Initialization
Initializes the Web service settings for TM-DT Software.
Item
Initialize
Description
Initializes the Web service settings.
If you initialize the Web service, the password for EPSON TMNet WebConfig will also be initialized.
The initial values are below.
 User name: epson
 Password: epson
Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Log
Acquires TM-DT Software's log file.
Item
Acquire a log file
Description
Acquires TM-DT Software's log file.
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Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Update Web service function
Updates and sets the Web service function of TM-DT Software.
The latest version TM-DT software can be used through renewing the Web service functions.
Item
Specify a local file
Description
Select when updating the Web service using a locally saved update file.
Update file
Specify a file URL
Specify the URL of the file for updating.
Select when updating the Web service using an update file saved on the
Web server.
ID *
Sets the ID for identifying the renewal file on the Web server side.
This ID becomes the user ID used for Digest authentication. The set value
is also passed as the ID parameter value of the form data to be posted to
the server.
Password *
Sets the password used in Digest authentication.
Update file URL
Specify the Web server URL and path to the application.
Ex: Specify http://[Web server's IP address]/[For updating file name], then
click [Access test] to confirm that access is possible.
Server 
authentication *
Sets whether or not to conduct server authentication based on the registered certificate when conducting access by https.
Update
Updates the Web service functions using the specified update file.
Save URL settings
Saves the [Specify a file URL] setting to this product.
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Settings - Admin settings - Maintenance - Deployment
Sets the deployment for downloading and updating the TM-DT software, etc. setting files from the HTTP
server.
This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
Item
ID
Description
Sets the ID for identifying this product on the Web server side. This ID
becomes the user ID used in Digest authentication.
The set value is also passed as the ID parameter value of the form data to
be posted to the server.
Password
Sets the password used in Digest authentication.
URL
Specify the Web server URL and path to the application.
Ex: Specify http://[Web server's IP address]/[Setting file name], then click
[Access test] to confirm that access is possible.
Parameter
Specifies the user specified information that is passed to the HTTP server.
Server authentication
Sets whether or not to conduct server authentication based on the registered certificate when conducting access by https.
Use deployment upon system start
Sets whether or not to conduct deployment when starting this product.
Apply
Save the deployment settings to this product.
After applying settings, start deployment 
immediately
After saving the deployment settings to this product, execute deployment.
Settings - Admin settings - Admin information - Admin information
Sets the administrator information for TM-DT Software.
Item
Description
Administrator name
Set the administrator name.
Installation location
Set the installation location.
Apply
Registers the settings to this product.
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Settings - Admin settings - Admin information - Password
Sets the password for launch for EPSON TMNet Webconfig.
Item
Description
Old password
Input the current password.
New password
Input the new password.
New password (Reenter to confirm)
For confirmation, input the new password again.
Apply
Registers the set password on this product.
 The initial setting of user name and password for EPSON TMNet Webconfig are following.
User name: epson
Password: epson
 Cannot change the user name
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TM-DT Software Specification
TM-DT Software specification is following.
Item
Description
Web server
PHP Ver.5.4.5
Perl Ver.5.12.4
Communication box *1
Maximum number of communication boxes
that can be created
20
Maximum number of applications that can
belong to one communication box
20
Capacity for transmission histories that one
communication box can hold
10,240 Byte
Size of data that can be transmitted at once
1,024 Byte
Spooler capacity *2
8 MB
Maximum storage number of JobID *2
2,000
1: This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.2.5 or later.
2: This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
Controllable printer
Item
Model
4
Description
 Following TM printers with the UB-E02, UB-E03, UB-E04, UB-R03, or UB-R04
 TM-T88V
 TM-T70
 TM-T70II
 TM-T82II *1
 TM-T90
 TM-L90
 TM-H6000IV
 TM-T20
 TM-T20II *1
 TM-U220
 Following TM printers (Wi-Fi model)
 TM-P20 *1
 TM-P60II
 TM-P80 *1
 Following TM-Intelligent Printers *2
 TM-T88V-DT
 TM-T70II-DT
 TM-H6000IV-DT
Number of printers
20 at maximum
1 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.3.0 or later.
2 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.4.0 or later.
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Controllable customer display
Item
Model
Description
 DM-D110 for TM-T88V-DT
 DM-D30 *
 This can be used in TM-DT software Ver.4.0 or later.
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PC-POS System Development
This chapter describes the PC-POS System interface, the control method for devices, and system development
using the Thin-Client environment.
PC-POS System Development
You can configure a simple POS System by installing POS applications and connecting a display with a touch
panel and a barcode scanner to this product. You can also configure a system utilizing existing Windows POS
applications.
Interface
The following table describes the interfaces of this product printer and connected peripherals that are recognized from Windows.
Device
Interface
Description
Product’s printer
USB
Recognized as a USB-connection TM-T88V.
TM printer
(USB interface)
USB
Recognized as a USB-connection TM printer.
TM printer
( Wired LAN / Wireless LAN
interface)
Network
Recognized as a network-connection TM printer.
Cash drawer
USB 
(same as the product’s printer)
Connects to the DK (Drawer-kick) connector but the
interface is the same as for this product printer.
Customer display
COM4*
Connects to a USB connector but is recognized as a
virtual COM port by the COM-USB conversion driver.
HID standard device
(Barcode scanner, etc)
Keyboard
Recognized as a keyboard device.
Serial communication device
COM1
Recognized as COM1 in the Windows system settings.
: This setting is for cases when there is no connection by a USB-serial conversion device other than the customer
display. If you connect a USB-serial conversion device, a COM port is assigned to that device for each connection.
Refer to the Windows Device Manager for accurate information regarding ports.
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How to Control Peripherals
Printer
This product's printer and the Epson TM printer are controlled by ESC/POS commands.
The user can control the printer by using the ESC/POS command or the following development kit and driver.
 EPSON OPOS ADK
 EPSON OPOS ADK for .NET
 EPSON JavaPOS ADK
 EPSON Advanced Printer Driver
Cash drawer
The cash drawer control commands are incorporated into the printer's ESC/POS commands. The functions are
incorporated into the printer development kit and drivers.
Customer display
The customer display is controlled by ESC/POS commands.
The user can control the customer display by using the ESC/POS command or the following development kit
and driver.
 EPSON OPOS ADK
 EPSON OPOS ADK for .NET
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 EPSON Advanced Printer Driver for DM-D
Other devices
HID Standard Device
This Windows standard driver is recognized as a keyboard device.
Serial Communication Device
This is recognized as a Windows serial communication device. When dedicated drivers are prepared for each
device, they can be controlled by the drivers. For details, see each device manual.
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Software and Manuals
The following software and manuals are prepared for developing applications.
Development kit
Software
Overview
EPSON OPOS ADK
This OCX driver can control POS peripherals using OLE technology *. Because controlling POS peripherals with original
commands is not required on the application side, efficient
system development is possible.
EPSON OPOS ADK for .NET
OPOS ADK for .NET allows you to develop applications that
are compatible with Microsoft POS for .NET. When developing applications, use a separate development environment
such as Microsoft Visual Studio .NET.
EPSON JavaPOS ADK
JavaPOS is the standard specification which defines an
architecture and device interface (API) to access various
POS devices from a Java based system. Using JavaPOS standard API allows control with Java based applications of
func-tions inherent to each device. A flexible design with
Java language and JavaPOS enables many different types of
computer systems, such as stand alone or network configuration, to use a same application. You can use JavaPOS to
build applications and drivers independently of platforms.
This allows flexible configurations using thin clients to meet
the system requirements.
 OLE technology developed by Microsoft divides software into part blocks. The OPOS driver is presupposed to be
used with a development environment such as Visual Basic, unlike ordinary Windows drivers. It is not a driver to
be used for printing from commercial applications.
Driver
Software
EPSON Advanced Printer Driver
Overview
This is a general Windows printer driver to which control of
paper cutting and the cash drawer have been added, and it
also has controls specific to POS.
The Status API (Epson original DLL) that monitors printer
status and sends ESC/POS commands is also attached to
this driver.
Use the package that supports the connected printer.
That for TM-T70II is installed in this product.
EPSON Advanced Printer Driver for DM-D
This is the Windows printer driver for control and display of
the customer display.
A common customer display package is provided.
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Utility
Software
Overview
TM-T88V Utility
This utility is for confirming and changing printer settings. It
is already installed in this product.
TM-DT Thin-Client System Setup Tool
This tool supports configuration of the Thin-Client system.
IP Address Setting Tool
This tool is for setting the client's (this product's) IP address
on the Thin-Client system server side.
ESC/POS command reference
Manual
ESC/POS Command Reference
Overview
ESC/POS is the command system for the Epson original
printer and customer display. With ESC/POS commands, you
can directly control all the TM printer functions, but detailed
knowledge of printer specifications or combination of commands is required, compared to using a driver.
For details, see ESC/POS Command Reference.
TM printer
https://reference.epson-biz.com/modules/ref_escpos/
Customer display
https://reference.epson-biz.com/modules/ ref_escpos_dm_d_en/
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System Development using the Thin-Client Environment
You can configure a Thin-Client system utilizing the Windows PC-POS System.
The Thin-Client solutions provided by each company are used in system configuration.
For details, see the "TM-DT Thin-Client System Setup Guide".
Desktop Virtualization
Desktop virtualization is a system that virtualizes the entire OS client desktop. The OS desktop screen executed
on the server is transferred to the client, and the user operates the virtual desktop to execute applications.
Control of Peripherals
 Printer, cash drawer, customer display:
Control is performed through communication between the Epson communication modules mounted on the
guest OS and client.
 HID device:
Client's Windows standard driver is recognized as a keyboard device.
Application Virtualization
Application virtualization refers to virtualized systems for each application. The user executes without installing
applications in the client OS. There are two methods for application virtualization. The virtualized applications
are distributed and executed by the client, or the application screen executed in the server is transferred to the
client and operated.
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Control of Peripherals
The control method differs according to the method of application virtualization.
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Product Specifications
This chapter describes the TM-T88V-DT product specifications.
Computer Specifications
 N2600 CPU model (Page 135)
 N2800 CPU model (Page 137)
 D2550 CPU model (Page 138)
N2600 CPU model
Item
Specifications
Intel® AtomTM Processor N2600 (1MB Cache, 1.6 GHz)
CPU
Memory
Main memory
2 GB, DDR3-800, SO-DIMM slot
BIOS
SPI Flash 4MB
Chipset
Intel® NM10
Video controller
Built-in CPU
Auxiliary storage
SATA SSD (16 GB or more)
Interface
Ethernet
10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T 1 port (RJ-45)
USB
External: USB 2.0 x 6 (supports high/full/low speed)
Serial
External x 1 (9-pin DSUB male)
VGA
External x 1 (15-pin DSUB female)
DisplayPort
None
Drawer
External x 1 (RJ12 6-pin)
Sound capability
Can output from internal speaker
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External x 1 (line output)
RTC/CMOS backup battery
RTC is backed up by lithium battery
Speaker
Internal monaural speaker
Product’s printer
Thermal receipt printer (TM-T88V)
Printing speed: 300 mm/s {11.81”/s}
Software
BIOS
OS
AMI BIOS (Supports ACPI 2.0 / APM 1.2 / Plug & Play)
Windows Embedded POSReady 2009
Windows Embedded POSReady 7
TM-DT Software
TM-DT Software
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Item
Specifications
Power specifications
(Dedicated AC adapter)
AC 100 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz
Product power consumption
12.2W (when standby)/ 54W (when printing)
Case color
White (ENN8.5), Black (EBCK)
Mass (roll paper excluded)
Approx. 2.8 kg {6.17 lb}
(When DM-D110 for TM-T88V-DT is installed; 3.2 kg {7.1 lb})
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N2800 CPU model
Item
Specifications
Intel® AtomTM Processor N2800 (1MB Cache, 1.86 GHz)
CPU
Memory
Main memory
4 GB, DDR3-1066, SO-DIMM slot
BIOS
SPI Flash 4MB
Chipset
Intel® NM10
Video controller
Built-in CPU
Auxiliary storage
SATA SSD (32 GB or more)
Interface
Ethernet
10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T 1 port (RJ-45)
USB
External: USB 2.0 x 6 (supports high/full/low speed)
Serial
External x 1 (9-pin DSUB male)
VGA
External x 1 (15-pin DSUB female)
DisplayPort
External x 1 (standard DisplayPort connector 20-pin female)
Drawer
External x 1 (RJ12 6-pin)
Sound capability
Can output from internal speaker
External x 1 (line output)
RTC/CMOS backup battery
RTC is backed up by lithium battery
Speaker
Internal monaural speaker
Product’s printer
Thermal receipt printer (TM-T88V)
Printing speed: 300 mm/s {11.81”/s}
Software
BIOS
AMI BIOS (Supports ACPI 2.0 / APM 1.2 / Plug & Play)
OS
Windows Embedded POSReady 2009
Windows Embedded POSReady 7
TM-DT Software
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Power specifications
(Dedicated AC adapter)
AC 100 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz
Product power consumption
12.2W (when standby)/ 54W (when printing)
Case color
White (ENN8.5), Black (EBCK)
Mass (roll paper excluded)
Approx. 2.8 kg {6.17 lb}
(When DM-D110 for TM-T88V-DT is installed; 3.2 kg {7.1 lb})
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D2550 CPU model
Item
Specifications
Intel® AtomTM D2550 (1MB Cache, 1.86 GHz)
CPU
Memory
Main memory
4 GB, DDR3-1066, SO-DIMM slot
BIOS
SPI Flash 4MB
Chipset
Intel® NM10
Video controller
Built-in CPU
Auxiliary storage
SATA HDD (500GB or more) / SATA SSD (32 GB or more)
Interface
Ethernet
10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T 1 port (RJ-45)
USB
External: USB 2.0 x 6 (supports high/full/low speed)
Serial
External x 1 (9-pin DSUB male)
VGA
External x 1 (15-pin DSUB female)
DisplayPort
External x 1 (standard DisplayPort connector 20-pin female)
Drawer
External x 1 (RJ12 6-pin)
Sound capability
Can output from internal speaker
External x 1 (line output)
RTC/CMOS backup battery
RTC is backed up by lithium battery
Speaker
Internal monaural speaker
Product’s printer
Thermal receipt printer (TM-T88V)
Printing speed: 300 mm/s {11.81”/s}
Software
BIOS
AMI BIOS (Supports ACPI 2.0 / APM 1.2 / Plug & Play)
OS
Windows Embedded POSReady 2009
Windows Embedded POSReady 7
TM-DT Software
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Power specifications
(Dedicated AC adapter)
AC 100 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz
Product power consumption
12.2W (when standby)/ 54W (when printing)
Case color
Black
Mass (roll paper excluded)
Approx. 2.8 kg {6.17 lb}
(When DM-D110 for TM-T88V-DT is installed; 3.2 kg {7.1 lb})
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Printer Specifications
Printing Specifications
Item
Specification
Printing method
Thermal line printing
Dot density
180 dpi x 180 dpi
Printing direction
Unidirectional with friction feed
Printing width
72 mm {2.83”} (512 dots)
Characters per
line
Font A (12 x 24)
42
Font B (9 x 17)
56
Special font A (12 x 24)
42
Special font B (9 x 24))
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Maximum print speed
300 mm/s {11.81”/s} 
(When the printer prints with the standard print density level at 24V and
25°C {77°F}.)
Line spacing
4.23 mm {1/6”}
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Character Specifications
Item
Number of characters
Specification
Alphanumeric characters: 95
Extended graphics: 128 x 43 pages (including user-defined page)
International characters: 18 sets
Character structure
Font A: 12 x 24 (including 2-dot spacing horizontally)
Font B: 9 x 17 (including 2-dot spacing horizontally)
Special font A: 12 x 24 (including 2-dot spacing horizontally)
Special font B: 9 x 24 (including 2-dot spacing horizontally)
Character size
(width x height) *1
Font A
Standard: 1.41 x 3.39
Double-height: 1.41 x 6.77
Double-width: 2.82 x 3.39
Double-width, double-height: 2.82 x 6.77
Font B
Standard: 0.99 x 2.40
Double-height: 0.99 x 4.80
Double-width: 1.98 x 2.40
Double-width, double-height: 1.98 x 4.80
Special font A *2
Standard: 1.41 x 3.39
Double-height: 1.41 x 6.77
Double-width: 2.82 x 3.39
Double-width, double-height: 2.82 x 6.77
Special font B *2
Standard: 0.99 x 3.39
Double-height: 0.99 x 6.77
Double-width: 1.98 x 3.39
Double-width, double-height: 1.98 x 6.77
1 Space between characters is not included. Characters can be scaled up to 64 times as large as the standard sizes.
2 Only for South Asia model.
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Printable Area
80 mm paper width printing
The printable area of paper with a width of 79.5 ± 0.5 mm {3.13 ± 0.02"} is 72.2 ± 0.2 mm {2.84 ± 0.008"} (512
dots), and the space on the right and left sides is approximately 3.65 mm {0.14"}.
79.5 ±0.5 mm {3.13 ±0.02”}
0.141 ±0.05 mm {0.0056 ±0.002”}
72.2 ±0.2 mm {2.84 ±0.008”}
3.65 mm {0.14”}
3.65 mm {0.14”}
All the numeric values are typical.
 In 2-divided energization, the print position within the printable area of the thermal elements
for dots 1 to 256 and 257 to 512 is shifted approximately 0.07 mm {0.0028"} in the paper feed
direction as shown in the figure below.
1
256
512
257
About 0.07 mm
{0.0028”}
 In 4-divided energization, the print position within the printable area of the thermal elements
for dots 1 to 128, 129 to 256, 257 to 384, and 385 to 512 is shifted approximately 0.04 mm
{0.0016"} in the paper feed direction as shown in the figure below.
1
129
257
385
512
About 0.04 mm
{0.0016”}
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58 mm paper width printing
The printable area of paper with a width of 57.5 ± 0.5 mm {2.26 ± 0.02"} is 50.8 ± 0.2 mm {2.00 ± 0.008"} (360
dots), and the space on the left side is approximately 3.7 mm {0.15"} and the space on the right side is
approximately 3.0 mm {0.12"}.
57.5 ±0.5 mm {2.26 ±0.02”}
0.141 ±0.05 mm {0.0056 ±0.002”}
50.8 ±0.2 mm {2.00 ±0.008”}
3.7 mm {0.15”}
3.0 mm {0.12”}
All the numeric values are typical.
 In 2-divided energization, the print position within the printable area of the thermal elements
for dots 1 to 256 and 257 to 360 is shifted approximately 0.07 mm {0.0028"} in the paper feed
direction as shown in the figure below.
1
256
About 0.07 mm
{0.0028”}
360
257
 In 4-divided energization, the print position within the printable area of the thermal elements
for dots 1 to 128, 129 to 256, and 257 to 360 is shifted approximately 0.04 mm {0.0016"} in the
paper feed direction as shown in the figure below.
1
129
257
6
360
About 0.04 mm
{0.0016”}
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Printing and Cutting Positions
Last line of the previous 
receipt
Manual-cutter position
Approx. 29 mm {1.14”}
Approx. 15mm
{0.059”}
Autocutter blade position
Center of the print dotline
Printable area
Paper feed direction
The values above may vary slightly as a result of paper slack or variations in the paper. Take this
into account when setting the cutting position of the autocutter.
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Roll Paper Specifications
Specification
Item
80mm width
Paper type
Specified thermal paper
Form
Roll paper
58 mm width
The chromogenic side must face outside.
Size
Roll paper diameter
83 mm {3.27"} maximum
Roll paper core *
Inside: 12 mm {0.47"}
Outside: 18 mm {0.71"}
Width: Same as the paper width or less than the paper width by 1 mm. {0.039”}
Ta k e - u p ro l l p a p e r
width
80 +0.5/-1.0 mm {3.15+0.02/-0.04"}
58 +0.5/-1.0 mm {2.28+0.02/-0.04"}
Paper width
79.5 ± 0.5 mm {3.13 ± 0.02"}
57.5 ± 0.5 mm {2.26 ± 0.02"}
NTP080-80
NTP058-80
Specified roll paper
Specified original paper
P300, P310, P350 (Kanzaki Specialty Papers)
AF50KS-E (Jujo Thermal Oy)
F5041 (Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Flensburg GmbH)
KT55F20, KT48F20 (Koehler Paper Group)
 Paper must not be pasted to the roll paper core.
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Power supply capacity for external devices
Item
Port
Specification
Power supply
Supply capacity
USB
DC +5 V
500 mA each
Drawer
DC +24 V
1.0 A
DisplayPort
DC +3.3 V
500 mA
Environmental Conditions
Item
Temperature/
Humidity
Operating
Specification
5 to 40 °C {41 to 104 °F}, 10 to 90%RH (no condensation)
50%
Storage
-10 to 50 °C {14 to 122 °F}, 10 to 90%RH (no condensation)
(paper excluded)
34 °C, 90%RH
31 °C, 90%RH
34 °C, 75%RH
40 °C, 65%RH
[%RH]
40 °C, 43%RH
Specified original paper:
P300, P310, P350
Specified original paper
other than above
[°C]
Acoustic noise (operating)
Approximately 55 dB (bystander position)
(The values above are measured in the Epson evaluation condition. The
acoustic noise varies, depending on the paper used, printing contents, or
the setting values, such as print speed or print density.)
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External Dimensions
TM-T88V-DT (with connector cover)
 Width:
145 mm {5.71"}
 Depth:
279 mm {10.98"} (including connector cover)
 Height: 183 mm {7.20"}
[Units: mm]
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TM-T88V-DT (when the DM-D110 for TM-T88V-DT is installed)
 Width:
177 mm {6.97"}
 Depth:
362 mm {14.25"} (including connector cover)
 Height: 202 mm {7.95"}
[Units: mm]
TM-T88V-DT (when the Powered USB hub unit is installed)
 Width:
145 mm {5.71"}
 Depth:
279 mm {10.98"} (including connector cover)
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 Height: 220 mm {8.66"}
220
279
145
[Units: mm]
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AC Adapter Specifications
200
35
1500
13
33.5
210
24.3
85
[Units: mm]
55
145
Item
Input conditions
Output conditions
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Specification
Input voltage
AC 100 V to 240 V
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Input current (rating)
2.4 A
Output voltage (rating)
DC 24 V ± 5 %
Output current (rating)
4.2A
Option
For optional product specifications, see the product manuals.
 Dedicated customer display (Model: DM-D110 for TM-T88V-DT)
 Customer display (Model: DM-D30)
 Wireless LAN cable set (Model: OT-WL01)
 Powered USB Hub Unit (Model: OT-PH10)
 Affixing tape (Model: DF-10)
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Setting Items for Software Setting Mode
For details about how to set the software setting mode, see "Software Setting Mode" on page 61.
Setting Item
1st page
2nd page
Setting Values
3rd page
1: Print Current Settings
2: Print Density
1: Monochrome
100%, 105%, 110%, 115%, 120%, 125%, 130%, 
70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 
Depends On Dip Switch
2: Multi-Tone
100%, 105%, 110%, 115%, 120%, 125%, 130%, 
70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%
2400bps, 4800bps, 9600bps, 19200bps, 
38400bps, 57600bps, 115200bps
3: Baud Rate *1
4: Automatic Paper 
Reduction
* Underlined values are the initial settings.
1: Upper Margin
Enable, Disable
2: Lower Margin
Enable, Disable
3: Blank Line Spacing
25%, 50%, 75%, Not Reduce
4: Blank Space
25%, 50%, 75%, Not Reduce
5: Barcode Height
25%, 50%, 75%, Not Reduce
5: Auto Paper Feed&Cut at cover close
Enable, Disable
6: Paper Width
80mm, 58mm
8: Default Character *1
1: Code Page
1: Western 
Europe, 
Southern Europe
Page0:PC437(USA,Standard Europe), 
Page3:PC860(Portuguese), 
Page11:PC851(Greek), Page14:PC737(Greek), 
Page15:ISO8859-7(Greek), Page16:WPC1252, 
Page18:PC852(Latin2), Page19:PC858, 
Page34:PC855(Cyrillic), Page38:PC869(Greek), 
Page39:ISO8859-2(Latin2), 
Page40:ISO8859-15(Latin9), 
Page45:WPC1250, Page47:WPC1253
2: Eastern 
Europe, 
Northern Europe
Page5:PC865(Nordic), Page17:PC866(Cyrillic#2), 
Page33:WPC775, Page35:PC861(Icelandic), 
Page42:PC1118(Lithuanian), 
Page43:PC1119(Lithuanian), 
Page44:PC1125(Ukrainian), 
Page46:WPC1251, Page51:WPC1257
3: USA, Canada
Page0:PC437(USA,Standard Europe), 
Page4:PC863(Canadian-French)
4: Asia
Page1:Katakana, Page20:KU42, 
Page21:TIS11(Thai), Page26:TIS18(Thai), 
Page30:TCVN-3(Vietnamese), 
Page31:TCVN-3(Vietnamese), 
Page52:WPC1258, Page53:KZ-1048(Kazakhstan)
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Setting Item
1st page
2nd page
8: Default Character
1: Code Page
(Continued from the
previous page)
(Continued from the
previous page)
2: International 
Character Set
9: Embedded Font 
Replacement
Setting Values
3rd page
5: Turkey, Arabia, Israel
Page12:PC853(Turkish), Page13:PC857(Turkish), 
Page32:PC720, Page36:PC862(Hebrew), 
Page37:PC864(Arabic), Page41:PC1098(Farsi), 
Page48:WPC1254, Page49:WPC1255, 
Page50:WPC1256
6: Others
Page2:PC850(Multilingual)
1: The Americas, 
Europe
USA, France, Germany, Britain, Denmark I, 
Sweden, Italy, Spain I, Norway, Denmark II, 
Spain II, Latin America, Slovenia/Croatia
2: Asia, Arabia
Japan, Korea, China, Vietnam, Arabia
1: Font A Replacement
Font A(No Replacement), Font B
2: Font B Replacement
Font A, Font B(No Replacement)
10: Interface Selection *2
11: USB Interface 
Settings *2
* Underlined values are the initial settings.
UIB, Built-in USB, Auto
1: Class
Vendor Class, Printer Class
12: Power Supply Output
Level 1(Low), Level 2, Level 3(High)
13: Printing Speed
Level 1(Slow), Level 2, Level 3, Level 4, Level 5, 
Level 6, Level 7, Level 8, Level 9, Level 10, 
Level 11, Level 12, Level 13(Fast)
14: Other Settings
1: Printer Model *2
2: Buzzer Control
TM-T88V, TM-T88IV
1: Option Buzzer
Enable, Disable
2: Buzzer Frequency 
(Error)
Continuous, 1 time, No Sound
3: Sound Pattern
(Autocut)
Pattern A, Pattern B, Pattern C, Pattern D, 
Pattern E
4: Buzzer Frequency 
(Autocut)
1 time, No Sound
5: Sound Pattern
(Pulse 1)
Pattern A, Pattern B, Pattern C, Pattern D, 
Pattern E
6: Buzzer Frequency 
(Pulse 1)
1 time, No Sound
7: Sound Pattern
(Pulse 2)
Pattern A, Pattern B, Pattern C, Pattern D, 
Pattern E
8: Buzzer Frequency
(Pulse 2)
1 time, No Sound
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1: No settings are required.
2: Do not change the settings.
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Character Code Tables
Refer to the following URL regarding the character code table.
http://www.epson-biz.com/pos/reference/charcode/
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