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RP2B/RP2D/RP4B/RP4D*
Thermal Printers
Quick Start Guide
*For China, models RP2B-C, RP2D-C, RP4B, RP4D-C
*For Thailand models RP2B, RP2D-T, RP4B, RP4D-T
RP234-EN-QS Rev C
10/18

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  • Page 1 RP2B/RP2D/RP4B/RP4D* Thermal Printers Quick Start Guide RP234-EN-QS Rev C *For China, models RP2B-C, RP2D-C, RP4B, RP4D-C 10/18 *For Thailand models RP2B, RP2D-T, RP4B, RP4D-T...
  • Page 2: Get Started

    Get Started Install the battery in the printer. Align the release tab with the same side as the charge contacts and lock the battery into position. The latch clicks into place when properly seated. Connect the power supply to printer’s power jack.
  • Page 3 Connect the AC power cord to the power supply and plug into an outlet. Do not operate the printer while it is connected to the AC power supply.
  • Page 4: Load Labels Or Paper

    Load Labels or Paper Load labels or paper into the printer as follows: Press down on the latch lock and lift up the printer’s cover. Slide and hold open the supply hubs.
  • Page 5: Download Required Software

    2 or 3 times to normalize tracking. Each button press advances the paper to the start of the next label. Download Required Software Create a new folder on your local computer named Drivers. Go to the Technical Support Downloads Portal at https:// hsmftp.honeywell.com.
  • Page 6 - Mobile - Portable - RP2 RP3 RP4 - Utility  to download the NETira® CT Printer Configuration Utility. When prompted, click on Open Honeywell Software Downloader. Once the file has been downloaded, extract it to your Drivers folder. Go to:...
  • Page 7: Add The Printer To Your Host System

    Add the Printer to Your Host System The default USB class is CDC Composite. On some systems (e.g., handheld devices), you will have to change this USB class in order to connect. See your User Guide for further information. Connect the USB cable to the printer and to the USB port on the host system.
  • Page 8 Query the printer by clicking Tools - Update Available Connections For Printer. This will look for the USB Virtual COM Port. Once this is completed, reopen the dropdown menu and select the USB Virtual COM port. Note: Make sure this port is not in use by the printer driver when you add it to the host system.
  • Page 9: Front Panel

    Front Panel On/Off Media Button Button Battery WiFi Charge Signal Bluetooth Level Indicator On/Off Button Button Press Result Any length press when printer is off Turn printer on Short press (less than 5 seconds) Enter or exit sleep mode Medium press (5 - 10 seconds) Print configuration label Long press (more than 10 seconds) Turn printer off...
  • Page 10: Led Display

    LED Display Icon Indication When not charging: Off = Battery is midway to fully charged Solid orange = Battery charge is 10-30% Battery Blinking red = Battery charge is 10% or less charge When charging: level Solid green = Battery charge is 90% or more Solid red = Battery charge is less than 90% Off = Bluetooth radio is off, disabled, not associated with a mobile device, or printer is off...
  • Page 11: Audible Indicators

    Audible Indicators Beeps Indication 1 long beep Power supply disconnected 2 short beeps every 5 seconds No media 2 long beeps Power supply connected 3 short beeps Battery charge is low 5 short beeps Printer door open...
  • Page 12: Limited Warranty

    Patents For patent information, see www.hsmpats.com. Disclaimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice, and the reader should in all cases consult HII to determine whether any such changes have been made.

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