USER MANUAL BP500L SERIES
USER MANUAL
BP500L SERIES
Version
: Rev.A
Issue Date : 2015.04
P/N
: 920-016411-00
CONTENTS
1
2
Barcode Printer ................................................................................................................................................................................. 1
1-1
Box Content................................................................................................................................................................................. 1
1-2
Getting To Know Your Printer .................................................................................................................................................... 2
Printer Setup...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
2-1
Open The Printer Cover .............................................................................................................................................................. 4
2-2
Open The Printing Mechanism ................................................................................................................................................... 5
2-3
Loading The Ribbon.................................................................................................................................................................... 6
2-4
Loading The Label Roll ............................................................................................................................................................... 8
2-5
Installing The Label Supply Hub .............................................................................................................................................. 10
2-6
Preparing For Tag Printing ....................................................................................................................................................... 11
2-7
Installation of External Label Roll and Fanfold Label Roll...................................................................................................... 12
2-8
Connecting The Printer To The Host Computer ...................................................................................................................... 13
2-9 Wizard CD Standard Installation .............................................................................................................................................. 14
2-10 Wizard CD Other Choice Installation ..................................................................................................................................... 17
3
4
5
Operation Panel ............................................................................................................................................................................... 20
3-1
LED Operation Panel................................................................................................................................................................. 20
3-2
Label size calibration and Self Test Page ................................................................................................................................ 21
3-3
Error Alerts ................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
NetSetting for Ethernet ................................................................................................................................................................... 23
4-1
Installing the NetSetting software ............................................................................................................................................ 23
4-2
The Interface of NetSetting ....................................................................................................................................................... 25
Accessories ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
5-1
Installing the Label Dispenser .................................................................................................................................................. 33
5-2
Installing The Cutter.................................................................................................................................................................. 38
5-2-1 Installing The Guillotine Cutter ........................................................................................................................................... 38
5-2-2 Installing The Rotary Cutter ................................................................................................................................................ 42
6
Maintenance And Adjustment ........................................................................................................................................................ 46
6-1
Cleaning The Print Head ........................................................................................................................................................... 46
6-2
Adjusting The Print Head Pressure.......................................................................................................................................... 47
6-3
Adjusting The Print Line ........................................................................................................................................................... 48
6-4
Adjusting The Cutter ................................................................................................................................................................. 49
6-5
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................................................ 50
APPENDIX
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Please read the following instructions carefully.

Keep the equipment away from humidity.

Before you connect the equipment to the power outlet, please check the
voltage of the power source.

Make sure the printer is off before plugging the power connector into
the power jack.

It is recommended that you connect the printer to a surge protector to
prevent possible transient overvoltage damage.

Be careful not to get liquid on the equipment to avoid electrical shock.

For safety and warranty reasons, ONLY qualified service personnel
should open the equipment.

Do not repair or adjust energized equipment under any circumstances.
CAUTION

Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the equivalent
type recommended by the manufacturer.

Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Only use with designated power supply adapter model.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Specifications are subject to change without notice
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Barcode Printer
1-1 Box Content
Please check that all of the following items are included with your printer.
(Package content and Logo style may vary per region。)

Ribbon Hubs ( set of 2 )
Barcode Printer

Power Cord
Empty Ribbon Core

Label Supply Hub
USB Cable

Label Guide Plates ( set of 2 )
CD ( with QLabel software
/ user manual )

Quick Reference Guide
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1-2
Getting To Know Your Printer
Front View
TOP COVER
LED INDICATOR
VIEWING WINDOW
之
POWER BUTTON
FEED BUTTON
Rear View
FRONT COVER
AUTO-CALIBRATION BUTTON
USB PORT
EXTERNAL LABEL INSERT
POWER JACK
FAN-FOLD LABEL INSERT
之
2
Open The Printer Cover
LABEL SUPPLY MODULE
- LABEL SUPPLY HUB
- LABEL GUIDE PLATES
RIBBON FEED MECHANISM
RIBBON HUB
EMPTY RIBBON CORE
ADJUSTMENT SCREW ( LEFT )
ADJUSTMENT SCREW ( RIGHT )
Screw for adjusting the print head pressure


Open The Printing Mechanism
Screw for adjusting the print head pressure
RELEASE CATCH ( LEFT )
RELEASE CATCH ( RIGHT )
PRINTING MECHANISM
RIBBON SUPPLY HUB
ADJUSTMENT SCREW
LABEL GUIDE ( RIGHT )
PLATEN
LABEL GUIDE ( LEFT )
LABEL SENSOR (Movable)
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2
Printer Setup
2-1
Open The Printer Cover

Pressing The Cover Open Buttons
Place the printer on a flat surface. Open the printer cover by pressing the release buttons on both sides of the printer
housing and lift the cover.
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2-2

Open The Printing Mechanism
Pressing The Release Catches
Release and lift the printing mechanism.
RELEASE CATCH (LEFT)
Lift the printing mechanism
RELEASE CATCH (RIGHT)
Pressing
Pressing
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2-3

Loading The Ribbon
A New Ribbon Module Installation
Place the new ribbon on the hub which forms a ribbon supply hub.
Place on the hub
RIBBON SUPPLY HUB
RIBBON HUB
NEW RIBBON
Place the empty ribbon core on the hub which forms a ribbon rewind hub.
Place on the hub
RIBBON FEED MODULE
RIBBON HUB
NEW RIBBON
Stick the ribbon supply hub on the ribbon rewind hub and wind the rewind hub 2~3 circles.
Wind the ribbon around the core
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
Install The Ribbon On The Printer
Place the ribbon supply hub at the back of the printing mechanism.
Insert into the printing mechanism
Pass the ribbon supply hub under the print head.
Insert the ribbon rewind hub on the ribbon feed mechanism.
Close the printing mechanism, making sure that it clicks into place.
Place on the printing
mechanism
Wind to the back
RIBBON FEED MECHANISM
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2-4

Loading The Label Roll
A New Label Roll Module Installation
Place the label stock on the label supply hub, attach the guide plates to the label stock holder.
LABEL STOCK
Place on the ribbon hub
LABEL SUPPLY HUB
LABEL GUIDE PLATES

Install The Label Roll Module On The Printer
Step.01
Press the release catches to lift the printing mechanism and Pass the labels through the label guides up to
the tear-off plate.
Adjust the label guides to the label width
Through the label guides
LABEL GUIDES
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Step.02
Close the printing mechanism.
Close the printing mechanism
Step.03
Install The Label Roll Module On The Printer
Place the label stock into into
the printer as the direction of
the arrows.
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2-5

Installing The Label Supply Hub
1" Cores
Installing the label supply hub for 1" cores.

1.5" Cores
Installing the label supply hub for 1.5" cores.
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2-6
Preparing For Tag Printing
In tag printing, the tag hole indicates the height of a label. During adjustment, the sensor must therefore be positioned
directly below the tag hole as shown in the illustration.
The tag hole should be at least 3 mm in diameter to ensure correct functioning.
SENSOR POSITION
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2-7
Installation of External Label Roll and Fanfold Label Roll
EXTERNAL LABEL INSERT
FAN-FOLD LABEL INSERT
Installation of External Label Roll
Installation of Fanfold Label Roll
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2-8
Connecting The Printer To The Host Computer

Please make sure that the printer is switched off.

Connect the power cord to the AC adapter and connect the adapter to the printer.

Connect the USB / parallel cable to the printer and host computer.
(The type of cable may vary according to the products which you purchase.)

Switch on the printer. The LED indicator should now lights up.
B1
A1
POWER SLOT
USB PORT
B1
A1
POWER JACK
USB PORT
A2
B2
USB PORT
PLUG
A2
B2
USB PORT
THE SOCKET OF THE WALL
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2-9
Step.01
Wizard CD Standard Installation
Insert the Super Wizard CD in the CD/DVD drive of the host computer and the installation program should pop up
automatically.
You will see the Welcome screen first. On the Welcome screen, choose “STANDARD INSTALLATION”.
Step.02
The wizard will then ask you to make sure your USB and power cables are connected and that the power is
turned on. Then click “NEXT”.
Step.03
The next screen you will see is, “Install the GoLabel Software and Windows driver”. Click “NEXT” to continue.
NOTE
* If the Super Wizard program did not run automatically, you can either turn on the “Auto-run” setting for
your CD/DVD driver or double-click the icon of CD/DVD driver to run the program manually.
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Step.04
As the printer driver and GoLabel are installing, a screen will display a progress bar. While downloading
completed you will see Installation completed. Click “NEXT” to continue.
Step.05
You can also print a test label. If don’t print a test label, the screen display as step 6.
Note
* If you need more resources, tools or reference documents, you can also find them on Super Wizard CD.
Just click “Other Choices” on the Welcome Screen to access the files.
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Step.06
Once the installation is complete, you can start to make and print labels with GoLabel or through the printer driver.
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2-10
Step.01
Step.02
Step.03
Wizard CD Other Choice Installation
Click “OTHER CHOICES” to next screen and select “PRINTER DRIVERS”.
Click “INSTALL SEAGULL SCIENTIFIC WINDOWS DRIVER” to next screen, and click “NEXT”.
Select “I accept the terms in the license agreement”, and click ”Next”,then click ”Finish” to step 4.
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Step.04
The Driver Wizard will guide you through the installation procedure. Select "Install printer drivers" and click
“Next”.
Step.05
With a USB connection, search models such as the right diagram printer device. Specify your printer model
and click ”Next”.
Step.06
Enter the printer name (you can use default), then click "Next" to display as right diagram.
Click "Finish" button to start installation.
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Step.07
Driver installation completed.
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3
Operation Panel
3-1
LED Operation Panel

FEED Button
When you press the FEED button, the printer moves the label to the defined stop position. If you are using
continuous labels, pressing the FEED button will move label stock until you release the button again. If you are
using individual labels, pressing the FEED button will move only one label. If the label does not stop at the correct
position, please run the auto calibration (See Section 3-2. for the label size calibration function) on the label stock.

LED Indicators
LED indicator
READY
Beeps
Description
Green
X
STATUS
x
READY
x
Standby mode
The printer is ready for
operation.
2 x 2 beeps
2 x 3 beeps
STATUS
Status
2 x 4 beeps
Red
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The printer has detected
Error mode
an error. (See Section 3-3.
for Error alerts)
3-2
Label size calibration and Self Test Page
The printer can automatically detect and store label height.
That means the host computer does not need to transmit the label height to the printer.
And the self-test function lets you check whether the printer is functioning normally.
Here is how you run the label size calibration and self test.
Step.01
Check that the label stock is loaded correctly.
Step.02
Switch off the printer.
Step.03
Switch the printer on again, keeping the FEED button pressed. When the READY LED starts to flash
red and the STATUS LED lights up orange, release the FEED button. The printer will now measure
the label stock and store the label height
Step.04
Once the printer has successfully measured the label stock, it will print a self-test label.
The contents of a self-test printout are listed below.
(The data below is for reference only, actual result may vary according to each situation.)
Model & Version
USB ID setting
Serial port setting
Number of forms
Number of graphics
Number of fonts
Number of Asian fonts
Number of Databases
Number of Scalable fonts
Free memory
Speed, Density, Ref. Point, Print direction
size
Label width, Form length, Stop position
Cutter, Label Dispenser, Mode
Sensor Setting
Code Page
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3-3
Error Alerts
In the event of a problem that prevents normal functioning of the printer, you will see an error message on LED indicators
and hear some beep signals. Please refer to below table for the error alerts.

Light on

Flashing
LED indicator
Beeps
READY
Solution
Description
STATUS
2 x 4 beeps
The printing mechanism is
Open the print mechanism and close
not correctly closed.
it again.
High temperature at the print
None
head.
Once the print head has cooled down,
the printer switches to standby mode.
No ribbon is installed and the
Make sure that the printer is set to
printer displays an error.
direct thermal printing mode.
2 x 3 beeps
The ribbon is finished or the
Replace the ribbon roll.
label upply hub is not moving.
Make sure that the label sensor is positioned
No paper is detected
correctly. If the sensor still does not detect the
paper, run the auto-detection function again.
2 x 2 beeps
Paper is finished.
Replace the label roll.
Possible reasons: the print medium has become
Printer feed problem.
trapped around the rubber roll; the sensor cannot
detect a gap or black mark between the labels;
there is no paper. Please reset the sensor.
The memory is full. The printer
Delete unnecessary data or install
2 x 3 beeps
prints the message "File System
additional memory.
full".
Use the "~X4" command to print all
Unable to find file. The printer
files. Then check whether the files
2 x 2 beeps
prints the message "File Name
exist and whether the names are
Not found".
correct.
A file of the same name already
Change the name of the file and try
exists. The printer prints the
storing it again.
message "Duplicate Name".
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4
NetSetting for Ethernet
4-1
Installing the NetSetting software
The NetSetting software is used to manage the network configurations when connecting the printer via Ethernet port.
It is available on product CD or can be downloaded from official website. To install the NetSetting, please follow below
steps.
Step.01
Insert the product CD in the CD/DVD drive, and click “OTHER CHOICES” buttom.
Step.02
Select “ETHERNET”.
Step.03
Click "Install Ethernet NetSetting Software", installation screen as right diagram, click "Next".
Step.04
Specify the “Installation Folder", then click ”Next” to installing.
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Step.05
Once the installation is completed, you will see the NetSetting icon on your desktop as right diagram.
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4-2
The Interface of NetSetting
GoDEX printer can also be used through a network connection (as a remote network printer), make sure the printer
connected to the Internet and the power cord, you can use the Interface of NetSetting to search connected network
printers.
Step.01
Click the NetSetting icon to start the program, you will see the start page as left diagram. Click the magnifier icon
to search the Godex printers which are connected via Ethernet port in you network environment (as right diagram).
Step.02
There are six tabs on the top of interface which can configure different types of network settings. But for the data
security reason, you need correct password to enter the configuration pages.
NOTE
* The default password is “1111”, you can change the password later from the “IP Setting” tab.
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IP Setting
The IP Setting tab can change the printer name, Port number, Gateway setting and the password for configuring the printer. You
can also set the printer’s IP address ether by DHCP or by Static IP.
You can press “Set” button to apply the settings and “ReGet” button to refresh the setting values.
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Alert Path Setting
NetSetting will send the alert messages to designated mail account when the error happened on printer.
The alert messages are sent by SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) or SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol).
You can set or change the configurations of SMTP and SNMP on this “Alert Path Setting” tab.
You can press “Set” button to apply the settings and “ReGet” button to refresh the setting values.
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Alert Message Setting
For the alert message notification function, you can decide which error cases need to be sent out to the operator.
Moreover, the alert messages can be set to be sent by SMTP, SNMP or both.
You can press “Set” button to apply the settings and “ReGet” button to refresh the setting values.
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Printer Configuration
Set or change the configurations of connected printer. Most of key settings for the printer operation can be done by this setting
page.
You can press “Set” button to apply the settings and “ReGet” button to refresh the setting values.
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User Command
The “User Command” tab provides a communication interface for operator to control the printer. Input printercommands in
"Input Command" window and press “Send Command” button, the commands will be sent to the printer.
For some commands that will return response message, the message will be displayed in "Output Message" window.
You can press “Set” button to apply the settings and “ReGet” button to refresh the setting values.
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Firmware Download
On “Firmware Download” tab, the current version of printer firmware will be showed on the screen. If you need to update the
printer firmware, just specify the file location of firmware file and press “Start Download Firmware”button. The printer firmware
then can be updated remotely.
In addition to the firmware update, you can press “Recover To Factory Settings” button to restore the printer configurations back
to factory default.
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5
Accessories

Preparation Steps
Before installing the optional modules, please make some preparations as follows.
Step.01
Remember to switch off the printer before installing any module.
Step.02
Place the printer upside down, as figure 2 indicates.
Step.03
Remove two screws on the front of the printer base, as figure 2 indicates.
Step.04
After removing the screws, pull the bottom base cover forward. The bottom base cover can be removed now,
as figure 3 indicates.
Figure 2
Figure 1
Figure 3
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5-1

Installing the Label Dispenser
The Overview of the Label Dispenser
CONNECT CABLE OF LABEL DISPENSER
PAPER SENSOR
PAPER FEED
ROLLER
LABEL DISPENSER MODULE
SCREWS
NOTE

A label liner thickness of 0.006 mm ± 10% and a weight of 65 g/m2 ± 6% are recommended.

The label dispenser will take labels up to a max. width of 110 mm, and labels should be
at least 25 mm high.


When using the label dispenser, set the stop position to 9 mm.
Preparation Steps
Please complete the preparation steps before installing the label dispenser.
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
Installing The Label Dispenser
Connect the dispenser cable to the lower jack.
LOWER JACK
CONNECT CABLE OF LABEL
DISPENSER MODULE
NOTE

The printer must be switched off, or the motherboard may be damaged!

There are 2 jacks : the lower jack is for the dispenser, the upper jack for the cutter.
Install the dispenser by pressing down first its right-hand side and then its left-hand side.
LEFT-HAND SIDE
RIGHT-HAND SIDE
LABEL DISPENSER MODULE
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Secure the dispenser using the screws provided for this purpose.
Locking
Locking
SCREWS

Install The Label Roll Module On The Printer
Pass the paper through the guides.
Through the label guides
LABEL GUIDES
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Remove the first labels from the liner, so you can pull the liner through the guides.
THE PAPER FEED ROLLER
OF PRINTER
PLATEN
Tear a label
THE FIRST LABEL
Pass the label stock through the printer as shown in the illustration on the right.
LABEL
LINER
THE PAPER FEED ROLLER OF LABEL
DISPENSER MODULE
THE PAPER
LABEL STOCK
FEED ROLLER
OF PRINTER
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Close the label dispenser and the print mechanism. The installation is completed now.
Close
Press the FEED button to feed the label. The label will be peeled from the liner while it passes through the label dispenser.
Note

There is a paper sensor on the Label Dispenser module. It will stop the printing if it is covered by label. Remove
the last printed label and the printer will then continue to print next label.
PAPER SENSOR
Remove the label
Press the FEED key
LABEL
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LINER
5-2
Installing The Cutter
5-2-1 Installing The Guillotine Cutter

The Overview Of The Guillotine Cutter
CONNECT CABLE OF GUILLOTINE
CUTTER MODULE
GUILLOTINE CUTTER MODULE
SCREWS
NOTE 
Remember to switch off the printer before installing the guillotine cutter.

Do not use to cut adhesive labels! Glue residue will be left on the cutter blade and impair its functioning.

You can cut paper with a max. width of 116 mm, and The cutter has a blade life of 400,000 cuts when using paper
liner which is 250μm thick and 3 inches wide.

Labels should be at least 30 mm high to ensure correct functioning of the cutter.
SUGGESTION

With the cutter installed, set the stop position to 30, or the E value to 30.
Before installing the cutter module, remove the cutter cover as shown in the illustration.

Preparation Steps
Please complete the preparation steps before installing the label dispenser.
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CONNECT CABLE OF
GUILLOTINE CUTTER
MODULE
UPPER JACK
NOTE

The printer must be switched off, or the motherboard may be damaged.

There are 2 jacks : the lower jack is for the dispenser, the upper jack for the cutter.
Secure the cutter using the screws provided for this purpose.
Locking
Locking
SCREWS
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Secure the cutter cover using the screws provided for this purpose.
Locking
Locking
SCREWS
Place the cutter cover
Pass the labels through the guides.
Close the printing mechanism.
Through the label guides
Through the cutter
module
LABEL GUIDES
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To finish, press the FEED button to set the label position.
Press the FEED button
NOTE

We advise against using inside wound label stock.
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5-2-2 Installing The Rotary Cutter

The Overview Of The Rotary Cutter
ROTARY CUTTER MODULE
NOTE 
Remember to switch off the printer before installing the rotary cutter.

Do not use to cut adhesive labels! Glue residue will be left on the cutter blade and impair its functioning.

The cutter has a blade life of 500,000 cuts when using paper weighing 160 g/m², and of 250,000 cuts when using
paper weighing 200 g/m².

Labels should be at least 30 mm high.
SUGGESTION

With the cutter installed, set the stop position to 30, and the E value to 30.
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
Installation of the rotary cutter
CONNECT CABLE OF ROTARY
CUTTER MODULE
UPPER JACK
NOTE
Step.01

The printer must be switched off, or the motherboard may be damaged!

There are 2 jacks : the lower jack is for the dispenser, the upper jack for the cutter.
Install the cutter by pressing down first its left-hand side and then its right-hand side.
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Step.02
Secure the cutter using the screws provided for this purpose.
Locking
Locking
Step.03
Once you have secured the cutter with the screws, fold it back in again.
Fold cutter back in again
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Step.04
Pass the labels through the guides and close the printing mechanism.
Through the label guides
Through the cutter
LABEL GUIDES
module
Step.05
To finish, press the FEED button to set the label position.
Press the FEED Button
NOTE

We advise against using inside wound label stock.
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6
Maintenance And Adjustment
6-1
Cleaning The Print Head
Dirt on the print head or ribbon, or glue residue from the label stock may result in inadequate print quality. The printer
cover must therefore always be closed during printing. Keeping dirt and dust away from the paper or labels ensures a
good print quality and a longer lifespan of the print head.
PRINT HEAD

Cleaning Steps
Step.01
Switch off the printer.
Step.02
Open the printer cover.
Step.03
Release the printing mechanism and lift it.
To clean the print head
Step.04
Remove the ribbon
6-2
Step.05
To remove any label residue or other dirt from the
Turn the adjustment
print head (see blue arrow), please use a soft
screws
lint-free cloth dipped in alcohol.
SCREW ( RIGHT )
Screw for adjusting the
NOTE
print head pressure on

The print head should be cleaned once a week.

Please make sure that there are no metal fragments or other hard particles on the soft clothright
usedside
to
SCREW (
clean the print head.
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6-2
Adjusting The Print Head Pressure
When printing on special media (with varying material thickness), the print quality may suffer. You will then need to adjust the
print head pressure.

Adjustment Steps
Step.01
Open the printer cover.
Step.02
Remove the ribbon.
Step.03
Use a screw driver and slowly turn the adjustment screws for the print head to increase or reduce the print head
pressure. Do not screw it hard, otherwise the machine will be broken.
Step.04
Turn the adjustment screws according to actual position which is unsuccessful printed. Turn towards + (Plus)
indicates : The pressure is increased;Turn towards – (Minus) indicates: The pressure is reduced.
Turn the adjustment screws
SCREW ( RIGHT )
Screw for adjusting the print head
pressure on right side
SCREW ( LEFT )
Screw for adjusting the print head
pressure on left side
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6-3
Adjusting The Print Line
When the print line is incorrectly set, the print quality on one side of the medium may suffer.
In such a case, the print line must be adjusted so it is positioned parallel to the paper feed roller.

Adjustment Methods
Step.01
To move the print head in direction B as indicated by the blue arrow, turn the
adjustment wheel anticlockwise (see arrow 1).
Step.02
To move the print head in direction B as indicated by the blue arrow, turn the adjustment wheel clockwise
(see arrow 2).
Turn the adjustment
wheel
Direction-A
ADJUSTMENT WHEEL
Direction-B
PRINT HEAD
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6-4
Adjusting The Cutter
While using the cutter, paper jams may occur. Please follow the below steps to clean the paper jam.
A socket head screw for adjusting the cutter is located on the bottom of cutter module, as shown in below illustration.
Guillotine Cutter

Cleaning Steps
Step.01
Switch off the printer.
Step.02
Use a Philips screwdriver to turn the socket head screw and release the knife.
Step.03
When you have cleared the paper jam, switch on the printer again. The cutter will
automatically reset.
SOCKET HEAD SCREW
Rotary Cutter

Cleaning Steps
Step.01
Switch off the printer
Step.02
Switch off the printer and use a hex key to turn the socket head screw anticlockwise.
Step.03
When you have cleared the paper jam, switch on the printer again. The cutter will automatically reset.
Adjusting position of the cutter
NOTE

Labels should be at least 30 mm high to ensure correct functioning of the cutter.
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6-5
Troubleshooting
Problem
The printer is switched on but the display does not
Solution

Check the power supply.。

Check the software settings (driver settings) or command codes.
One or both LEDs light up red and printing is

Look for the error alert in the table in Section 3-3 Error alerts .
interrupted.

Check whether the cutter is functioning normally and whether it is
light up.
cutting at all. (Only if a cutter is installed.)

Please make sure that the label stock is loaded the right way up and
The label stock passes through the printer but no
that it is suitable material.
image is printed.

Please make sure that the ribbon is loaded correctly.

Clear the paper jam. Remove any label material left on the thermal
The label stock jams during printing.
print head and clean the print head using a soft lint-free cloth
dipped in alcohol.

Check the thermal print head for dust or other dirt (label material or
ribbon residue).

Check for errors in the application software.
There is no printed image on part of the label

Check the ribbon for wrinkles.
or the image is blurred.

Check the power supply.

Run a self test (Section 3-2 ) and check the test print pattern to see
whether the print head prints over the entire width of the medium.
The printed image is positioned incorrectly

Check the quality of the print medium.

Run the Label size calibration function. (Section 3-2)

Check the label height setting.

Check whether there is paper or dust covering the
or a label is missed out during printing.
sensor.

Check the paper guide settings.

Check whether the label stock is positioned straight.

Check whether the label is more than 0.2 mm thick.
When using the cutter, the labels are not fed

Check whether the cutter has been correctly installed.
through or cut off incorrectly.

Check whether the paper guides are functioning correctly.

Check whether there is dust on the label dispenser.

Check whether the label stock is positioned correctly.
The cutter does not cut off the labels in a
straight line.
The cutter does not cut off the labels
completely.
The label dispenser is not functioning normally.
NOTE

If any problems occur that are not described here, please contact your dealer.
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APPENDIX
Product
G500 Series
Model Name
Print Method
Resolution (dpi)
Print Speed (ips)
Print Width
Appendix_
Print Length
Processor
Memory
Flash
SDRAM
Sensor Type
Bitmap fonts
TTF Fonts
Bitmap Fonts
Download
Fonts
Asian Fonts
TTF Fonts
Barcodes
1-D Barcodes
2-D Barcodes
Code Pages
Graphics
Interfaces
Control Panel
Real Time Clock
Power
Operation
temperature
Environment
Storage
temperature
Operation
Humidity
Storage
Agency Approvals
Length
Dimension
Height
Width
BP500L
BP520L
BP530L
Thermal Transfer / Direct Thermal
203 dpi (8 dots/mm)
203 dpi (8 dots/mm)
300 dpi (12 dots/mm)
5IPS (127 mm/s)
7 IPS (177 mm/s)
5IPS (127 mm/s)
108 mm (4.25”)
108 mm (4.25 ”)
105.7mm (4.16")
Min. 4mm (0.16”)**;
Min. 4 mm (0.16 ”)**
Min. 4 mm (0.16 ”)**
Max. 1727mm (68”)
Max. 1727 mm (68 ”)
Max. 762 mm (30 ”)
32 bit RISC CPU
128 MB Flash (60MB for user storage)
32 MB
Fixed transmissive sensor, central aligned
Adjustable reflective sensor (full range)
Continuous form, gap labels, black mark sensing, and punched hole; label length set by auto sensing or programming
Min. 25.4 mm (1 ”) ~ Max. 118 mm(4.64 ”)
Min. 0.06 mm (0.0024 ”) ~ Max. 0.25 mm (0.01 ”)
roll Max. 152 mm (6 ”)
Types
Width
Thickness
Media
Label
diameter
Core diameter
Types
Length
Width
Ribbon
Ribbon
roll
diameter
Core diameter
Printer Language
Label
design
software
Software
Driver
DLL
Resident Fonts
Specifications
25.4 mm (1 ”)、38.1 mm (1.5 ”)、76.2 mm (3”)
Wax、Wax/resin、resin
300 m (981 “)
30 mm (1.18 “) ~ 110 mm (4.33 “)
68 mm (2.67 ”)
25.4 mm (1 ”)
EZPL、GEPL、GZPL,auto switch
GoLabel (for EZPL only)
Windows 2000 / XP / VISTA / Windows 7 / Windows 8.1
Win CE, .NET, Andriod, Windows Mobile, Windows 2000 / XP / VISTA / Windows 7 / Windows 8.1
Bitmap fonts 6、8、10、12、14、18、24、30、16x26 and OCR A&B
90°、180°、270° rotatable, single characters 90°、180°、270° rotatable. 8 times expandable in horizontal and vertical directions.
CG Triumvirate™ (Bold / Italic / Underline),0°、90°、180°、270° rotatable,single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable。
Bitmap fonts 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable, single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable。
16x16, 24x24. Traditional Chinese (BIG-5), Simplified Chinese(GB2312), Japanese(S-JIS), Korean (KS-X1001)
Bitmap fonts 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable, single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable.
Bitmap fonts 8 times expandable in horizontal and vertical directions.
Bitmap fonts 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable, single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable。
Code 39, Code 93, EAN 8 /13 (add on 2 & 5), UPC A/E (add on 2 & 5), I 2 of 5 & I 2 of 5 with Shipping Bearer Bars, Codabar, Code 128
(subset A, B, C), EAN 128, RPS 128, UCC 128, UCC/EAN-128 K-Mart, Random Weight, Post NET, ITF 14, China Postal Code, HIBC, MSI,
Plessey, Telepen, FIM, GS1 DataBar, German Post Code, Planet 11 & 13 digit, Japanese Postnet, I 2 of 5 with human readable check
digit, Standard 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, Logmars, Code 11, Code 49 and Cadablock
PDF417, Datamatrix code, MaxiCode, QR code, Micro PDF417, Micro QR code 以及 Aztec code.
CODEPAGE 437, 850, 851, 852, 855, 857, 860, 861, 862, 863, 865, 866, 869, 737
WINDOWS 1250, 1251, 1252, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1257
Unicode UTF8、UTF16BE、UTF16LE
Resident graphic file types are BMP and PCX, other graphic formats are downloadable from the software
USB Device port (B-Type)
Two groups of two-color LED indicator:Ready、Status
Calibration button
Control key : FEED
Power on/off button
Standard
Switching power 100-240VAC, 50-60Hz input
41°F ~ 104°F (5°C ~ 40°C)
-4°F ~ 122°F (-20°C ~ 50°C)
30 % ~ 85 %,non-condensing.
10 % ~ 90 %,non-condensing.
CB、CCC、cUL
320 mm (12.5 ”)
220 mm (8.7 ”)
275 mm (10.8 ”)
Cutter
Label dispenser with label sensor module
Options
External label rewinder
Wireless LAN
* Specifications are subject to change without notice. All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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APPENDIX
機種
Print Method
Resolution (dpi)
Print Speed (ips)
Print Width
Print Length
Processor
Memory
Flash
SDRAM
Sensor Type
Download
Fonts
Bitmap fonts
TTF Fonts
Bitmap Fonts
Asian Fonts
1-D Barcodes
2-D Barcodes
Code Pages
Graphics
Interfaces
Control Panel
Real Time Clock
Power
Operation
temperature
Environment
Storage
temperature
Operation
Humidity
Storage
Agency Approvals
Length
Dimension
Height
Width
BP520L (DT)
Direct Thermal
203 dpi (8 dots/mm)
203 dpi (8 dots/mm)
5IPS (127 mm/s)
7 IPS (177 mm/s)
108 mm (4.25”)
108 mm (4.25 ”)
Min. 4mm (0.16”)**;
Min. 4 mm (0.16 ”)**
Max. 1727mm (68”)
Max. 1727 mm (68 ”)
32 bit RISC CPU
128 MB Flash (60MB for user storage)
32 MB
Fixed transmissive sensor, central aligned
Adjustable reflective sensor (full range)
Continuous form, gap labels, black mark sensing, and punched hole; label length set by auto sensing or programming
Min. 25.4 mm (1 ”) ~ Max. 118 mm(4.64 ”)
Min. 0.06 mm (0.0024 ”) ~ Max. 0.25 mm (0.01 ”)
roll Max. 152 mm (6 ”)
TTF Fonts
Barcodes
Specifications
BP500L (DT)
Types
Width
Thickness
Media
Label
diameter
Core diameter
Printer Language
Label
design
software
Software
Driver
DLL
Resident
Fonts
Product
25.4 mm (1 ”)、38.1 mm (1.5 ”)、76.2 mm (3”)
EZPL、GEPL、GZPL,auto switch
GoLabel (for EZPL only)
Windows 2000 / XP / VISTA / Windows 7 / Windows 8.1
Win CE, .NET, Andriod, Windows Mobile, Windows 2000 / XP / VISTA / Windows 7 / Windows 8.1
Bitmap fonts 6、8、10、12、14、18、24、30、16x26 and OCR A&B
90°、180°、270° rotatable, single characters 90°、180°、270° rotatable. 8 times expandable in horizontal and vertical directions.
CG Triumvirate™ (Bold / Italic / Underline),0°、90°、180°、270° rotatable,single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable。
Bitmap fonts 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable, single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable。
16x16, 24x24. Traditional Chinese (BIG-5), Simplified Chinese(GB2312), Japanese(S-JIS), Korean (KS-X1001)
Bitmap fonts 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable, single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable.
Bitmap fonts 8 times expandable in horizontal and vertical directions.
Bitmap fonts 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable, single characters 90°, 180°, 270° rotatable。
Code 39, Code 93, EAN 8 /13 (add on 2 & 5), UPC A/E (add on 2 & 5), I 2 of 5 & I 2 of 5 with Shipping Bearer Bars, Codabar, Code 128
(subset A, B, C), EAN 128, RPS 128, UCC 128, UCC/EAN-128 K-Mart, Random Weight, Post NET, ITF 14, China Postal Code, HIBC, MSI, Plessey,
Telepen, FIM, GS1 DataBar, German Post Code, Planet 11 & 13 digit, Japanese Postnet, I 2 of 5 with human readable check digit,
Standard 2 of 5, Industrial 2 of 5, Logmars, Code 11, Code 49 and Cadablock
PDF417, Datamatrix code, MaxiCode, QR code, Micro PDF417, Micro QR code 以及 Aztec code.
CODEPAGE 437, 850, 851, 852, 855, 857, 860, 861, 862, 863, 865, 866, 869, 737
WINDOWS 1250, 1251, 1252, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1257
Unicode UTF8、UTF16BE、UTF16LE
Resident graphic file types are BMP and PCX, other graphic formats are downloadable from the software
USB Device port (B-Type)
Two groups of two-color LED indicator:Ready、Status
Calibration button
Control key : FEED
Power on/off button
Standard
Switching power 100-240VAC, 50-60Hz input
41°F ~ 104°F (5°C ~ 40°C)
-4°F ~ 122°F (-20°C ~ 50°C)
30 % ~ 85 %,non-condensing.
10 % ~ 90 %,non-condensing.
CB、CCC、cUL
320 mm (12.5 ”)
220 mm (8.7 ”)
275 mm (10.8 ”)
Cutter
Label dispenser with label sensor module
Options
External label rewinder
Wireless LAN
* Specifications are subject to change without notice. All company and/or product names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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