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AMT Datasouth 600 User's Manual

Amt datasouth barcode label printer user's guide 600.

 
Fastmark 600 Series with
TM
PAL
Print and Program Language
Barcode Label Printer
User's Guide
Part No. 110463 A
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Summary of Contents

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    Fastmark 600 Series with Print and Program Language Barcode Label Printer User’s Guide Part No. 110463 A...

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    AMT Datasouth Corp. Corporate Headquarters 4765 Calle Quetzal Camarillo, CA 93012 (805) 388-5799 PH (805) 484-5282 FX www.amtdatasouth.com Charlotte Operation AMT Datasouth International 4216 Stuart Andrew Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28217 (704) 523-8500 PH (704) 525 6104 FX Unit B, Pinnacle 15...

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    All rights are reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or issued to third parties in any form without the permission of AMT Datasouth. The material in this document is provided for general information and is subject to change without notice.

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    This computer software, including display screens and all related materials, are confidential and the exclusive property of AMT Datasouth Corp. They are available for limited use, but only pursuant to a written license agreement distributed with this computer software. This computer...

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    E-mail account, “www.amtdatasouth.com”. You can also get the most updated driver or application from the web site “http://www.amtdatasouth.com”. © Copyright 2004 by AMT Datasouth Corporation First Edition: July 2004 Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Example of calling a Procedure from a host application... 54 Demo Label showing use of Print Utility Procedures... 55 Example of How to Define Label Formats... 56 Example of calling Label Format from Host Application... 57 Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Table of Contents ADVANCED TOPICS ...51 ... 54...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Appendix D: SELF TEST PRINT SAMPLE...85 Appendix E: HIDDEN SETUP FEATURES ...86 Hidden Setup Feature and Value List... 86 Appendix F: UPDATING PRINTER FIRMWARE...87 Boot Mode Feature and Value List ... 89 Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Print Command Examples... 70...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Figure 29 – Cutting Labels ...31 Figure 30 – Calibration of the Media ...32 Figure 31 – Configuration Print Sample ...33 Figure 32 – Fastmark 600 Series Front Panel...34 Figure 33 – FeatureMan Program ...36 Figure 34 – Changing Features ...37 Figure 35 –...

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Program language, please refer to the PAL reading the manual you should first identify your printer model. The printer model name is located on the bottom of the printer on its product label. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Print and Program language. Print and Program language Print and Program Reference Manual.

  • Page 10: Model Overview, Models

    Note: The model number is printed on the compliance label attached to the bottom of the printer. After unpacking please record the model number below for reference. MODEL No: SERIAL No: Model No: Serial No: Figure 1 – Model and Serial Number Location Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 11: Model Features

    Center Justified Media installation with removable media spindle for 1 inch or 3 inch core sizes Rugged all metal print mechanism with high impact ABS housing Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Print and Programming Language is programs enabling powerful solutions for...

  • Page 12: Traditional Printing

    Print sequences generated by a Windows driver or host programs are simply sent to the printer resulting in print output just like traditional printers. PAL Sequence Interpreter Printed Document PAL Sequence Host System PAL Printer Figure 2 – Traditional Printing Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    Print and Program capable printer can replace a legacy print device with no host software changes required. Legacy Data Stream Host System Figure 3 – Legacy Data stream Interpretation Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide PAL Data Stream Legacy Data Stream Interpreter Flash Memory...

  • Page 14: Unpacking And Inspection

    Two Ribbon Core adapters for ribbon cores that are smaller than 4.325 inches in width. Printer Power Cord Figure 4 – Shipped with Printer Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Units returned for service in non- Sample Media Sample Ribbon 3” Media Adapter...

  • Page 15: Installation And Configuration, Finding A Location For The Printer

    (serial or parallel cable). The location should be free from excessive direct sunlight, temperature, humidity, dust, dirt, and debris. The location should be near a grounded AC power receptacle wired in compliance with local ordinances. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 16: Printer Parts And Features

    Printer Parts and Features Media Out Slot Figure 5 – External Switches, Indicators and Connections Top Cover Ribbon Take-up Holder Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Top Cover Power Switch Cover Lock Parallel Port Media Holder Thermal Printhead Ribbon Supply Holder...

  • Page 17: Connecting The Power Cord

    3. Connect the power plug on the back of the printer. 4. Connect AC power plug to a suitable AC source. 5. Connect either a Centronics Parallel or RS-232 Cable. Figure 7 – Power Connection Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 18: Connecting The Printer To Your Host

    Note: Refer to the section Feature Management Mode for instructions on how to change communication features. Default serial port settings: Speed (baud rate) Data format Parity Handshaking (Flow control) XON/XOFF and RTS/CTS Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Serial Port 9600 1 start bit, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit. None...

  • Page 19: Loading The Ribbon

    2. Press down on the two Print Head Latches to unlock the print head module . Print Head Module Print Head Release Latch Figure 10 – Print Head Latches Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Cover Lock Print Head Release Latch...

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    If you need the Ribbon Core Adapter, contact your printer supplier. Ribbon Supply Holder Ribbon Notch Location Figure 11 – Ribbon Holder Notches and Ribbon Core Slots Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Ribbon Supply Core and Take-up Core Core Slots...

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    Make sure that the slots in left side of the core mate with the notches on the left side ribbon drive wheel. Ribbon Supply Roll Figure 12 – Supply Ribbon Installation Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Right Side Spring Holder Ribbon Take-Up Roll...

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    9. To remove any slack in the ribbon, manually rotate the Take-up Core Wheel until the ribbon from the Supply Holder is snug around the Print head Module and onto the Take- up Core . Take-Up Core Wheel Figure 14 – Ribbon Installation Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Take-Up Core...

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    Note: The printer must be set to the Thermal Transfer mode to ensure the end of ribbon is detected. Refer to the section Feature Management Mode for instructions on how to change the Media Type feature. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Right Latch...

  • Page 24: Loading Media

    Note 2: If feeding the media through the External Media Slot, install the Media Core Adapter to hold the Media Roll Holders apart. Media Roll Figure 17 – Media Roll Installation Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Cover Lock Media Roll Holders...

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    4. Rotate the Print Head Module to the vertical position. Media Guides Media Sensor Figure 19 – Media Sensor and Guides 5. Spread the Media Guides to their full open position. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Print Head Release Latch Print Head Module Platen Roller...

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    Note: The Right and Left Media Guides are ‘U’ shaped parts that are located at the bottom of the paper path. Both Guides move together to hold the stock in the Center of the printer. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    (length, color, backing material, etc.) is changed or irregular feeding occurs. Refer to the section Calibrating Media Sensors for instructions on how to calibrate the media sensor. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Right Latch...

  • Page 28: Loading Media Into The Peeler

    Figure 23 – Label Removal for Peeler Option 3. Make sure the leading edge of the Media Backing has a straight edge. 4. Pull down the Peeler Latch. Peeler Latch Figure 24 – Straight Edge and Peeler Latch Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    Continue to push the stock until it comes out of the larger slot in the front cover. Figure 26 – Backing Exit Position 7. If the Media Backing will not push through, then Press the Feed button one time. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Label Media Stock from Media Roll...

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    Printhead and will not be removable until the next printing. Verify that all Peeler Features in the Setup Menu are properly set (BackFeed, Present Distance, and Peeler Sensor) for your application. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Figure 27 – Peeler Option...

  • Page 31: Loading Media Into The Cutter Option

    15. Press the Feed Button to cut the first label. Note: Verify that all Cutter Features in the Setup Menu are properly set (Cutter, BackFeed, and Present Distance) for your application. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Figure 29 – Cutting Labels...

  • Page 32: Calibrating Media Sensors

    (sensor, label length, gap/notch/hole length) to memory. Note: For the Calibration procedure to function properly the proper Media Sensing Type (Gap or Black Bar) must be selected. This setting may be made using the FeatureMan program supplied. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 33: Printing The Configuration Label

    Max Media Length Keypad Lockout Label Count Drive A: (131072) Drive B: (262144) Drive C: (0) Drive D: (32768) Figure 31 – Configuration Print Sample Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Thermal Transfer 4.00 Inches 4.00 Inches +0.24 Inches Enable Disabled Disabled 0.00 Inches...

  • Page 34: Keypad Operation, Led Description

    KEYPAD OPERATION The Front Panel keys serve multiple functions. Refer to the following tables for their specific functions. Figure 32 – Fastmark 600 Series Front Panel LED Description READY MEDIA RIBBON Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide FEED PAUSE CANCEL £...

  • Page 35: Power Up Key Functions, Special Power Up Key Function, On Line Key Operation

    The table below indicates the functions of a key when pressed after the printer is powered on and in the ready condition. FEED PAUSE CANCEL Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Function The printer generates a configuration label. See Printing the Configuration Label for details. The printer performs a Calibration test. See Calibration of Media Sensor for details.

  • Page 36: Feature Management Mode

    Off line message. Displayed messages from printer Set to match the com port to which the printer is connected. Figure 33 – FeatureMan Program Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Online/Offline button Press Display Up/Down to enter setup mode.

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    12. When all features have been adjusted, click the Online/Offline button and the printer is now ready for use. If a PAL program is loaded, the message now displayed on the simulated printer LCD will vary depending on the program. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 38: Setup Feature And Value List

    [ 0.00 - 1.00 ] (Inches) Backfeed [Enable, Disable] Present Sensor [Enable, Disable] Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide DESCRIPTION Set to Thermal Transfer if ribbon is used. Set to match media sensing method. Click the Enter button to initiate the media calibration.

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    [ RTS, XON/XOFF, RTS & XON, None ] COM1: PAL Xmit [ Enabled, Disabled ] Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Adjust to move printed image up or down on label. Positive values move image up. Negative values move image down. After setting this feature the printer will feed to the top of the next label.

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    Daylight Savings [Enabled, Disabled] Print Features Print Test Label Firmware Rev. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Selects active emulation. ASCII emulation is a text emulation. Hex emulation is used for printing data in a hexadecimal format that shows the exact data being received by the printer.

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    Using this file as a template a programmer can incorporate the necessary commands into the host or Windows based application. For more information refer to the section titled Using the Windows Driver To Produce PAL Print Command Examples. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 42: Smooth Scalable Fonts, Supported Bar Codes

    Print and Program Reference manual for detail information on the use of bar codes. Bar Code Code 39 Code 93 Code 128 A, B and C Interleaved 2 of 5 Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Identifier Sample Font List and Samples Sample Identifier /Code39...

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    UPC-A UPC-E EAN-8 EAN-13 Codabar Postnet Maxicode MSI Plessy PDF-417 Table 2 – PAL Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide /UPCA /UPCE /EAN8 /EAN13 /Codabar /Postnet /Maxicode /MSI /PDF417 Bar Code List and Samples...

  • Page 44: Pal T M Print And Program Label Tutorial

    PAL , please refer to the PAL Pint and Program Reference Manual. Note: The PAL Print and Program command interpreter is case sensitive! All commands must be entered exactly as shown in the examples. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    _showpages - Print the created label The “1” in the example indicates that one label is to be printed. If printing 10 labels, the command would be 10 _showpages. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Printing Text on a Label Command Sequences /Sans12.00pt findfont...

  • Page 46: Pal T M Print And Program Coordinate System

    After the text has been written to the label, the cursor is updated to point to the end of the text in preparation for the next string. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Print and Program Language is a traditional Cartesian...

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    The vertical position did not change resulting in a horizontal line stretching between the x locations of 72 and 144. stroke – Draw the line Actually draws the line specified by the lineto command. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Printing a Line Command Sequences /Sans12.00pt findfont...

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    The width is set in points. In this example, the line width is set to 2 points. The line width value will remain the effective value for all lines until changed. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Printing a Box Command Sequences /Sans12.00pt findfont...

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    - Place the text on the label The text to be printed is enclosed by parentheses. The lower left-hand corner of the text is placed at the current cursor position. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Rotate a Text Object Command Sequences /Sans12.00pt findfont...

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    The type of bar code is referenced by a ‘/’ followed by the name of the bar code type. For a list of supported bar codes, see Table 2. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Printing a Bar Code Command Sequence /Sans12.00pt findfont...

  • Page 51: Advanced Overview

    Print and Program Language is beyond the scope of this manual. Please refer to the PAL Print and Program Language Reference manual for details. For assistance developing PAL applications or solutions for your unique labeling requirements, please contact your sales representative. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 52: Pal T M Print And Program Language Features

    All operators, objects, and data are separated by white space: CR, CR+LF, LF, LF+CR, Tab, or Space. § Extra lines in data are OK § Comments may be added proceeded by % character. Powerful Object handling § Basic Objects: Integers, Fixed-Point, Boolean § Composite Objects: String, Name, Arrays, Dictionaries, Procedures Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 53: Sample Demo Files

    The FlashWiz utility included on the product CD may be used to copy this file to the printer prior to use. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide examples are included on the product CD. These files show programming This file contains a number of print utilities written as PAL procedures.

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    Also note while the example below uses many spaces between parameters, this is only for clarity and only a single whitespace character is actually needed i.e. 0.1 0.1 3.9 1.9 0.01 Box would also work. % Box draw % botX(in.) botY(in.) Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide topX(in.) topY(in.) lwidth(in.) 0.01...

  • Page 55: Demo Label Showing Use Of Print Utility Procedures

    PAL Print and Program Reference manual for detailed information on additional PAL operators. The existing procedures may be modified as needed to meet requirements or completely new procedures may be written. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 56: Example Of How To Define Label Formats

    0.1 0.1 0 0.1 Zip4 Zip5 concat /Postnet Printbarcode showpage } bind def Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide operators but new procedures also defined in this file. Using operators. procedures. When the label format is called, the very first parameter .

  • Page 57: Example Of Calling Label Format From Host Application

    The actual label format name is shown in bold for clarity. (John Doe) (1234 Main St.) (Anytown, NC) (12345) (1234) Mailing_Label Or an equivalent format: (John Doe) (1234 Main St.) (Anytown, NC) (12345) (1234) Mailing_Label Print sample produced by label format Mailing_Label. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 58: Windows Printer Driver, Windows 2000 Driver Installation

    If you did not set the printer as the default printer, you can change the setting by right clicking on the printers' icon and select 'Set as Default' from the dialog. If you are replacing an existing driver, you may have to reboot your system in order to reload the new driver. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    From your applications font selection list, select AMT Sans Serif font. Using your applications font size ability, select the point size as needed to produce the size font desired. Repeat for all text area's for which you will use the printer resident font. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    Using the normal method of selecting fonts such as a pull down menu, select one of the bar code fonts displayed such as FM Code 128A. Note: The font will still be displayed as text or numeric data however when printed will appear as a barcode. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Driver is selected within this application.

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    Click on the + symbol to expand the possible selections for a particular bar code. Then the settings for that bar code may be adjusted and will be saved with the current document. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 62: Windows Xp Driver Installation

    If you did not set the printer as the default printer, you can change the setting by right clicking on the printers' icon and select 'Set as Default' from the dialog. If you are replacing an existing driver, you may have to reboot your system in order to reload the new driver. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    2) From your applications font selection list, select AMT Sans Serif font. 3) Using your applications font size ability, select the point size as needed to produce the size font desired. Repeat for all text area's for which you will use the printer resident font. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    6) Using the normal method of selecting fonts such as a pull down menu, select one of the bar code fonts displayed such as FM Code 128A. Note: The font will still be displayed as text or numeric data however when printed will appear as a barcode. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Driver is selected within this application.

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    Click on the + symbol to expand the possible selections for a particular bar code. Then the settings for that bar code may be adjusted and will be saved with the current document. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 66: Windows Nt/9x Driver Installation

    If you did not set the printer as the default printer, you can change the setting by right clicking on the printers' icon and select 'Set as Default' from the dialog. If you are replacing an existing driver, you may have to reboot your system in order to reload the new driver. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    2) From your applications font selection list, select AMT Sans Serif font. 3) Using your applications font size ability, select the point size as needed to produce the size font desired. Repeat for all text area's for which you will use the printer resident font. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    6) Using the normal method of selecting fonts such as a pull down menu, select one of the bar code fonts displayed such as FM Code 128A. Note: The font will still be displayed as text or numeric data however when printed will appear as a barcode. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Driver is selected within this application.

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    Click on the + symbol to expand the possible selections for a particular bar code. Then the settings for that bar code may be adjusted and will be saved with the current document. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    6) Edit this text file using any text editor for a sample PAL further adjusted referring to the PAL incorporated into a host program or just used as a reference. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Print Command Examples sample for use in host programming do the following: Print and Program commands.

  • Page 71: Printer Detected Errors

    Media LED blinking Error: Media Feed Media LED blinking Error: Ribbon Out Ribbon LED blinking Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide DESCRIPTION The printer has detected +24VDC has dropped below a minimum acceptable level causing the printer to back up all settings to EEPROM.

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    Since PAL Program firmware is Copyrighted, a special code is needed to enable it. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Press the FEED key to remove current print job. Cycle power on the printer. Verify communications settings are correct. Re- send the print job.

  • Page 73: Other User Detected Errors

    Media Guides not in the the right as it comes proper position. out of the printer. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Possible Correcting Procedures Verify Power Plug on back of printer is pushed firmly Verify Power Adapter is connected to a known power source.

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    Media Sensor not functioning Backing of stock to dark to properly sense Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Possible Correcting Procedures Open the Top Cover. Press firmly on the top of the Printhead Mechanism and verify the both the right and left latches are locked.

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    Dirty printhead output Vertical line on all printed samples. Media Damage Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Possible Correcting Procedures Run Media Calibration procedure Turn off the printer and remove the media. Using a Swab dipped in Alcohol clean the Media Sensor.

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    Verify Media stock Verify Printhead Latches are closed. Other Possible Solutions Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Change Media with Stock from another unopened box. Verify that Stock is Direct Thermal material. Open Top cover Press firmly on the Printhead Mechanism and verify that the right and left latches are locked.

  • Page 77: Peel And Present Sensing

    Peel Bar. Media not retracted and ready for next print and label is removed. Printed label not removed. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Possible Correcting Procedures Close Top Cover. Clean Present Sensor Recalibrate the Present Sensor. See Maintenance Manual for procedure.

  • Page 78: Preventive Maintenance

    Repeat if necessary until the cotton is clean, after it is passed over the print head. Cleaning Location Print Head Note: The print head should be cleaned at least every time the ribbon is replaced and more often depending on actual usage and conditions. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Figure 36 – Print Head Location...

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    Clean the two Paper Sensor LED's with cotton stick, which has been moistened with Isopropyl Alcohol. Media Sensor Note: The roller should be cleaned whenever it has been in contact with foreign materials such as dust or adhesives. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Figure 37 – Platen Roller and Media Sensor Platen Roller...

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    (Print Head and Platen). Turn off the printer and open the top cover. Remove paper dust by blowing using compressed air or vacuuming. Clean the paper compartment with cotton, which has been moistened with mild detergent. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 81: Appendix A: General Specifications

    Interface User Interface Dimension Electrical Operating temperature Windows driver Printer emulation Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Fastmark 602 PAL Direct Thermal or Thermal Transfer 203 dpi 0.4 to 80 inches 2 to 6 ips 1mb FLASH ROM 32 bit RISC microprocessor...

  • Page 82: Appendix B: Interface Specifications, Serial Interface

    5 pin 6 pin 20 Serial port settings Baud Rate, Parity, Data Bits, and Handshaking may be configured using the Feature Management mode . Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Definition Not used Receive Data (RxData) Transmit Data (TxData) No connection...

  • Page 83: Parallel (centronics) Interface, Auto Interface Select

    Auto Select: With this setting, the printer automatically arbitrates between the parallel and serial interfaces. The first interface to go active maintains active status while the other interface is held busy. After a time out period, the other interface is placed in a ready state. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide Definition Direction...

  • Page 84: Appendix C: Ascii Table

    Appendix C: ASCII TABLE The following table may be used to determine HEX values of ASCII characters. For example the character A is hex 41 commonly shown as 0x41H. SOH XON XOFF Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide “ & ‘ <...

  • Page 85: Appendix D: Self Test Print Sample

    Appendix D: SELF TEST PRINT SAMPLE Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 86: Appendix E: Hidden Setup Features, Hidden Setup Feature And Value List

    [12-80] inches (FM602) [12-54] inches (FM603) Keypad Lockout [Enabled, Disabled] Label Count Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide VALUE RANGE Click the Enter button to initiate a rolling ASCII ripple pattern. Clicking the Enter button resets all keypad features to factory defaults. If the RTC clock is installed, these features are not reset.

  • Page 87: Appendix F: Updating Printer Firmware

    6) Click the Enter (or CANCEL) button to activate the Download New F/W mode. After the Download New F/W mode is activated, the FeatureMan program will display the following. Download New F/W Waiting For Data CANCEL to Stop Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

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    At this point you can either continue operating the printer in the Feature Management Mode or you can exit. To exit the Feature Management Mode power the print off, wait 5 seconds, then power the printer on. Refer to the section Calibrating Media Sensors to recalibrate the printer. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide...

  • Page 89: Boot Mode Feature And Value List

    COM1: Baud Rate COM1: Parity COM1: Data Bits COM1: Handshake Firmware Rev. Fastmark 600 Series User's Guide VALUE RANGE Click the Enter button to start download mode. The display will change to: Download New F/W Waiting For Data / <CANCEL to Stop>...

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