DYMO LM200
DYMOLM200
Electronic
Labelmaker
Instructions for Use
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Accessories
Tape cassettes
Width:
Length:
Black/Clear
Blue/Clear
Red/Clear
Black/White
Blue/White
Red/White
Black/Blue
Black/Red
Black/Yellow
Black/Green
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European Adaptor
GB
6mm
7m
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7m
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45804
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45807
45808
45809
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Akcesoria
Kasety z taśmą
Szerokość:
6mm
Długość:
7m
Czarny/Przezroczysty 43610
Niebieski/Przezroczysty –––
Czerwony/Przezroczysty –––
Czarny/Biały
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Czerwony/Biały
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Czarny/Fluo Czerwony –––
Zasilacz
40076
PL
9mm
7m
40910
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40913
40914
40915
40916
40917
40918
40919
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12mm
7m
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45011
45012
45013
45014
45015
45016
45017
45018
45019
45020
45021
45022
45023
45024
45025
19mm
7m
45800
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45803
45804
45805
45806
45807
45808
45809
45810
45811
45812
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This product is CE marked in accordance with the EMC directive
and the low voltage directive and is designed
to conform with the following international standards:
Safety –
EN 60950, IEC 950, UL 1950
EMC emissions – EN 55022 Class B, CIS PR22 Class B,
FCC pt15 Sub pt B Class B
EMC immunity –
EN50082-1, IEC801-2 & IEC801-3
Tartozékok
Kazetták
Szélesség:
Hossz:
Fekete/Víztiszta
Kék/Víztiszta
Piros/Víztiszta
Fekete/Fehér
Kék/Fehér
Piros/Fehér
Fekete/Kék
Fekete/Piros
Fekete/Sárga
Fekete/Zöld
Fehér/Víztiszta
Fehér/Fekete
Fekete/Sárga
Fekete/Arany
Fekete/Fluo Zöld
Fekete/Fluo Piros
AC Adaptor
HUN
6mm
7m
43610
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43613
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43618
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40076
9mm
7m
40910
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40913
40914
40915
40916
40917
40918
40919
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12mm
7m
45010
45011
45012
45013
45014
45015
45016
45017
45018
45019
45020
45021
45022
45023
45024
45025
19mm
7m
45800
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45803
45804
45805
45806
45807
45808
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45811
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Doplňky
Kazety s páskou
Šíře:
Délka:
Černá/Průhledná
Modrá/Průhledná
Červená/Průhledná
Černá/Bílá
Modrá/Bílá
Červená/Bílá
Černá/Modrá
Černá/Červená
Černá/Žlutá
Černá/Zelená
Bílá/Průhledná
Bílá/Černá
Černá/Stříbrná
Černá/Zlatá
Černá/Fluo Zelená
Černá/Fluo Červená
Adaptér
CZ
6mm
7m
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43613
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43618
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40076
9mm
7m
40910
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40913
40914
40915
40916
40917
40918
40919
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12mm
7m
45010
45011
45012
45013
45014
45015
45016
45017
45018
45019
45020
45021
45022
45023
45024
45025
19mm
7m
45800
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45803
45804
45805
45806
45807
45808
45809
45810
45811
45812
45813
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Príslušenstvo
Kazetové pásky
Šírka:
6mm
Dížka:
7m
Čierna/Priesvitná
43610
Modrá/Priesvitná
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Červená/Priesvitná –––––
Čierna/Biela
43613
Modrá/Biela
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Červená/Biela
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Čierna/Modrá
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Čierna/Červená
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Čierna/Žltá
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Biela/Priesvitná
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Biela/Čierna
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Čierna/Strieborná
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Čierna/Zlatá
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Čierna/Svietiaca zelená –––
Čierna/Svietiaca červená ––
Adaptér
40076
SK
9mm
7m
40910
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40913
40914
40915
40916
40917
40918
40919
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12mm
7m
45010
45011
45012
45013
45014
45015
45016
45017
45018
45019
45020
45021
45022
45023
45024
45025
19mm
7m
45800
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45803
45804
45805
45806
45807
45808
45809
45810
45811
45812
45813
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© Esselte Dymo 2000
Written by DAW Publications, Cambridge
Introduction
Creating your first label
The Dymo LabelManager LM200 enables you to create a
wide variety of high quality self-adhesive labels of up to
90 characters.
You will no doubt be anxious to see what your
new LabelManager LM200 can do. Before we go on to
explore the many advanced features of the LM200, follow
these simple steps to create your first label:
The LabelManager uses 6mm (1/4"), 9mm ( 3/8"), 12mm
(1/2") or 19mm (3/4") wide tape cassettes in a number of
label colours. Labels are back slit for easy removal from
the backing tape. Text can be printed horizontally or
vertically in a variety of sizes and styles and can be leftjustified, right-justified or centred on the label.
GB
1. Fit the batteries, or connect the AC adaptor, plug in and
switch on at the wall socket - see ‘Power Supply’.
2. Open the battery/cassette compartment cover and
install a tape cassette – see page 2 and ‘Changing the
Cassette’. Check that the cassette is fitted correctly.
3. Close the cover, then press
to switch the power on.
The welcome message ‘DYMO’ will appear, and then
the display should look like this:
Warranty Registration
Please complete the warranty registration card and return
it to the relevant customer service address, within seven
days– see the warranty booklet for details.
1
Power Supply
BATTERIES
• With the Labelmaker positioned as shown in fig A➊ on
page 2, open the machine by hinging down the
keyboard. Apply pressure to point A➋ of the battery/
tape compartment cover to release the catch, then
hinge down the cover.
• Insert six size AA alkaline or re-chargeable Nickelcadmium batteries, observing the polarity markings
A➌, and close the cover.
• Remove batteries if the LabelManager is to be unused
for some time.
Cursor flashing
4. Use the keyboard to type in your full name.
Each character you enter will appear on the display, for
example:
1
DYMO
• For an UPPER CASE character, press and hold down
followed by the character required.
• Press CAPS for all subsequent characters in UPPER
CASE.
• Press the space bar once for the space between each
name.
If you make a mistake, press DEL to delete the error,
then type in the correction.
5. When you have finished, press
. A label will be
printed and will emerge from the slot in the top right
hand side of the machine. Wait until the mechanism
has stopped, then press the cutter lever E to cut off the
label and remove it from the machine.
You should now have a high quality printed name label —
don’t waste it! If this is your personal machine, why not
fix the label to the underside to identify its owner? You
have just found the first of many uses for your DYMO
labels.
AC ADAPTOR (optional)
• Connect the AC adaptor to socket B➊. Inserting the
adaptor plug disconnects the supply from the batteries.
• Unplug the AC adaptor from the LabelManager before
disconnecting the mains power to the adaptor,
otherwise last label memory settings may be lost (see
also ON/OFF).
PRINT
Changing the cassette
• Apply pressure to point A➋ of the battery/tape
compartment cover to release the catch, then hinge
down the cover.
• Hold as shown, then lift cassette C➊ straight up and
out.
• Ensure tape and ribbon C➋ are taut across mouth of
cassette and tape passes between guideposts before
installing as shown. If necessary, turn spool C➌
clockwise to tighten ribbon.
• Check that cassette switch D➊ is set for the cassette type
– see page 2. A notch in the cassette will fit over the
switch when it is set correctly.
• Insert cassette with tape and ribbon positioned as
shown between print head D➋ and pinch rollerD➌.
• Push firmly D❹ until cassette clicks into place. Ensure
tape and ribbon are positioned correctly.
• Close the compartment cover.
DYMO
3
The Display
Italic
CURSOR KEY
• Press or to move the cursor along the text, one
character at a time.
• Press and hold to scan through the text.
• Press
+ or to move the cursor to the
beginning or end of the line of text.
• When used in conjunction with certain function keys,
use or to select options.
• To insert characters into the text, use or to position
the cursor under the character to the right of the insertion
point, then type in the characters required.
• Press
or
to move the cursor to the start of the
previous or next line of a multi-line label.
+
or
to move the cursor to the
• Press
beginning or end of the label.
Page indicators Line indicator
Shift on
Copies on
Box
Outline Justify Underline
1
2
ABCDEFGHIJKLMN
CAPS on
BIG font on
Mirror on
Vertical text
The display shows:
• Up to 15 characters, plus the cursor, at one time.
• Function indicators – as shown above.
• The display will flash if you press an incorrect key in a
function sequence.
PRINTING
• Press
PRINT
PRINT
to print the label.
• Use cutter lever E to release the label – see page 2.
• If the display shows ↕↕↕↕↕↕↕↕↕↕, the tape cassette
installed in the machine is too narrow for the label to be
printed; change the cassette to a wider tape.
Function keys
ON/OFF
Switches the power on and off.
• Switches off automatically after two minutes if no keys are
pressed. The last label created will be retained and
displayed when next turned on. Any stored label and
settings will be retained.
Note: If the batteries are removed for more than a few
seconds, all text and settings will be lost.
PREVIEW
Allows you to preview your label before printing it.
PREVIEW
CAPS
and the entire text will scroll
across the display.
On labels with 2 lines, the message will be previewed as a
single line message.
When power is restored, the display will show a flashing
cursor (no text) and the settings will be full height
standard width text with all other settings off.
CAPITALS
+
• Press
SPACE KEY
• Press
CAPS
to insert a space into the text.
• Press for all subsequent characters in UPPER CASE
(CAPITALS), as confirmed by the CAPS indicator in the
display.
+
SYMBOLS
• Press to select a symbol character – see SYMBOLS
AND SPECIAL CHARACTERS and the symbols table on
page 2.
• Press again to cancel and return to lower case.
TEXT SIZE
SHIFT KEY
• The display shows the current selection of text print
size:
Press and hold down for “shift” position.
before pressing an alphabet key
• Press and hold
to produce an UPPER CASE (CAPS) character.
• For dual-purpose keys, press and hold
first to
produce the legend above the key.
• Pressing and holding
before pressing an alphabet
key, while CAPS is set, will give a lower case character.
DELETE
Height
Normal
Extended
normal
DEL
+
Condensed
small
• Normal height is available on all except 6mm labels.
Small height is available on all labels.
• Press to delete the character to the left of the cursor, or to
exit certain function key operations.
CLEAR TEXT
SIZE
• Press
SIZE
to select the size menu:
CLEAR
DEL
B
• Press to clear all the current text and cancel any fixed
length setting, but leave the text size and other settings
unchanged. Also use to exit or clear certain function
key operations.
Use
to select the size symbol required, then press
to confirm the selection.
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The "B" (BIG FONT) mode will produce highly visible labels
using the entire print height on all except 6mm labels.
• To create a label in "B" mode use
or
to move the
• Use
cursor under "B" and press (BFONT lights in display).
• In "B" mode, you can select between condensed, normal or
extended, but all other options are not available.
JUSTIFY JUST
Labels are normally printed with the text left-justified. On
2-line labels, press JUST to select left-justified, rightjustified or centred text, as shown in the display. See
also LABEL LENGTH.
VERTICAL TEXT
The label length function displays the last used fixed label
length, eg:
VERT
10
45mm 1
• Press
to exit the length function without changing
the length, or:
• Use
or
to increase (5000mm / 196.85
inches max.) or decrease the length in 1mm / 0.4 inch
steps, or or to increase or decrease the length in
10mm / 0.4 inch steps. The minimum fixed label length
is 45mm.
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DEL
Note: Vertical text is not available on 2-line labels.
MULTI-LINE PRINTING
• Press to start the next line of text on a 2-line label,
e.g.
This is a two line label in the display will be
printed as:
• Press to fix the length for all subsequent labels,
confirmed by the LTH SET indicator in the display.
• Press LTH to cancel the fixed length and restore the
automatic length.
• If the fixed length is too short for the text, when you
and the display will
indicate 2 lines: •2
•
3
Labels can be created as follows:
This is a two
line label
press
PRINT
or
+
PREVIEW
CAPS
the display will show how
much longer the label is than the fixed length, eg:
1 line small text
19mm
Up to 2 lines
small text
Up to 2 lines
small text
and it will not print. Either cancel the fixed length (see
to increase
above), or press LTH twice and use
the length; the label is now long enough and can be
printed.
1 line normal text
19mm 1 line normal text
12mm
BOX/UL
LABEL LENGTH LTH
The length is normally calculated automatically,
according to the length of the text on the label.
• Press again to cancel and return to horizontal text.
9mm
to move the cursor under the desired
• When the
or — indicator is displayed, press
to cancel the Box/Underline option.
• Rotates the text through 90° so that the label is printed
, as confirmed by the VERT
indicator in the display.
6mm
9mm
or
option. Either press to select the option (confirmed
by the
or — indicator displayed), or DEL to exit .
Up to 2 lines
small text
COPIES
MULTIPLE COPIES
+
STYLE
• Your LabelManager can provide multiple copies within
the range 1-99.
12mm 1 line normal text
COPIES
• To use this facility press
then STYLE to show the last
number of copies set on the display, for example
The line indicator in the display will confirm the number
of lines in the label.
BOXED/UNDERLINED PRINTING
# = 03
BOX/UL
BOX/UL
. Use
or
to increase or decrease
the number of copies required, then press
• If no Box/Underline option has been selected, pressing
to
confirm (COPIES indicator lights in the display). To
print the desired quantity press
.
• To cancel an existing multiple copies setting, press
once will display the menu below:
PRINT
Underlined -
—
=
Square Box -
=
Pointed Box -
=
Round Corners -
=
+ STYLE .
Note: A row of vertical dots will print between each label
as a cutting guide.
INCREMENTAL NUMBERING
Labels can be printed in increments of 1 automatically.
• Key in your starting number as the right most digit on
=
1, 2, 3
the label. Press
then
the display will
automatically move up a digit to the next number.
PRINT
Shaded Box -
.
..n
ZigZag Box -
COPIES
DYMO
=
5
1, 2, 3
.
..n
‘Sale 10.00/’ becomes ‘Sale 10.00/BF403.40’
If the original number is at the end of the label, it will
be replaced by the BF value:
‘Sale 10.00’ becomes ‘Sale BF403.40’
Press
then
to continue the sequence.
• It is also possible to include automatic incremental
numbering when printing multiple copies.
• Key in your starting number, eg. LABEL 1A .
PRINT
COPIES
• Pressing C will convert the number on the label into
Euros and add the Euro value to the end of the label:
‘Sale 10.00/’ becomes ‘Sale 10.00/e0.24’
If the original number is at the end of the label, it will
be replaced by the Euro value:
‘Sale 10.00’ becomes ‘Sale e0.24’
Note that values are rounded to the nearest one hundreth
of a unit.
• Next press
then STYLE followed by
until the
desired number of copies are displayed, eg.10, or use
or to move the cursor under the number digits
and key in the number required. Press
1, 2, 3
to confirm.
..n
.
Now press
then
. This will print ten labels LABEL 1A to LABEL 10A. While using fixed length
setting, the LabelManager will stop printing when the
label exceeds the fixed length.
PRINT
STYLE
EURO SET-UP
To set the currency for conversion to Euros:
STYLE
• Press to display the style menu:
• Press
Z
Use
to select italic, outline or mirrored text,
or
STYLE
• Use
again to cancel and return to normal text.
PAGE BREAK
+
You can divide your label into 'pages' or blocks of text,
each with its own text size and style settings. The number
of lines which can be created in each page will depend on
the label width.
• Press
• Press
+
+
to insert a page break.
PREVIEW
CAPS
to preview the label; each page break
Press
is identified by the symbol •||•.
LTH
ALIGN
• If a fixed label length is set, each press of
+ LTH will
align the image to the left, the centre or the right of the
label, as shown in the display.
EURO CONVERSION
C or
+
BF40,3399
or
to step through the currencies available:
Austria: 13,7603 öS
Belgium: BF 40,3399
Germany: DM 1,95583
Spain: 166,386 Pts
Finland: 5,94573 mk
France: 6,55957 Fr
Ireland: £ 0.78756
Italy: L1936,27
Luxembourg: LF 40,3399
e1 = _
to confirm the selection.
C
ALIGN
+
C . The display will
+ C , the
• The next time that you press C or
conversion will be between Euros and the chosen
currency.
The line showing e1 = _ is user-definable. You can enter a
currency symbol and rate for your currency against the
Euro, eg $US. Note that for currencies larger than the
Euro, you must enter ‘0’ before the decimal point of the
value.
LAST LABEL MEMORY
• The unit will store the last label text and settings when
turned off. Upon power-up, these will be restored and
displayed. Removal of the batteries for more than a few
seconds may cause this information to be lost.
ALIGNMENT
and then
BEF then press to confirm. The indicator for the selected
style will light in the display.
• Press
+
show the previously selected currency and its
conversion rate into Euros, eg:
Symbols and special characters
INTERNATIONAL CHARACTERS
To add a diacritical (accent) to create an international
character, enter the character first, followed immediately
by the diacritical, e.g. press E followed by / to
get é.
C
C
The LabelManager can be set to convert a chosen
C
currency into C or out of
+ C Euros. When this is
selected, the label is scanned from right to left for a valid
number. The first occurence of a comma (,) or a full stop
(.), reading from right to left, will be read as a decimal
point. For example:
To add a diacritical to an existing character, use or
to place the cursor under the character to the right of the
character to be changed, then press the appropriate
diacritical key.
SYMBOLS
• If set to convert between Euros and Belgian Francs
SYMBOLS
+
• Press to show symbols and special characters, some of
which are not available direct from the keyboard. The
display will show the last used symbol character, for
C
C
(see ‘Euro Set-up’ below), pressing
+
will
convert the number on the label into Belgian Francs and
add the BF value to the end of the label:
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No response to print key
• !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! in the display indicates a printer jam.
Press any key to return to normal display. Open the
cassette compartment and free the jam.
•
flashing in the display
indicates discharged batteries. Press any key to return
to normal display. Replace the batteries.
No success?
• Call the DYMO customer service hotline telephone
number for your country – see the warranty booklet.
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example:
with a line of symbols above
it. Each letter selects a line of symbol characters,
numbered 1 to 6, as shown in the table on page 2.
• Press
DEL
to cancel, or
• Press a letter key ‘A’ to ‘Z’ until you find the line of
symbols required. You can then press a number key ‘1’
to ‘6’ to select the symbol required.
Alternatively, use
or
to step through the rows A
to Z, then use or to move the cursor under the
symbol required.
Press to place the symbol in the label.
PRINT CONTRAST — may be adjusted by pressing
+
SYMBOLS
followed by
• Use
or
PRINT
to display the contrast
.
symbols
to select lighter or darker print.
• Press to confirm the setting. The contrast level will
revert to the mid-setting when the LabelManager is
turned off and on again.
Note: This function enables you to adjust the print
quality under extreme temperature conditions.
Cleaning
• Clean the cutter blade regularly: Press and hold down
cutter lever E to expose cutter blade D➊, then use a
cotton bud and alcohol to clean both sides of the blade.
Release cutter lever E.
• Check and clean print head face D➋ regularly using a
cotton bud and alcohol ONLY.
Troubleshooting
No display
• check machine is on
• replace discharged batteries
• check AC adaptor.
No printing or poor text
• replace discharged batteries
• check tape cassette installed correctly
• clean the print head
• replace the tape cassette.
Poor print quality with white ink
• When using a White on Black or a White on Clear
cassette, it may be necessary to use the darkest
contrast setting in order to obtain good print quality.
To change the contrast setting via the keyboard, read
and follow the instructions as described in the
paragraph “Print Contrast”.
Tape jammed
• lift out tape cassette carefully
• remove/release jammed tape
• DO NOT cut the ink ribbon – turn spool C➌ to tighten
• cut off excess label tape
• refit/replace the tape cassette.
Poor cutter performance
• clean the cutter blade regularly
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