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TOSHIBA Portable Printer
B-EP Series
Key Operation Specification
First Edition:
September 19, 2008
Second Edition: May 11, 2009

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  • Page 1 TOSHIBA Portable Printer B-EP Series Key Operation Specification First Edition: September 19, 2008 Second Edition: May 11, 2009...
  • Page 2 MODIFICATION HISTORY EAA-02466 KEY OPERATION SPECIFICATION Modified Date Description Pages Sept. 19, 2008 – Newly published. May 11, 2009 The period of time of holding down the POWER key was identified. 5, 42, 202 • The statues during communication were deleted from the LED lightening patterns in Sections 5.3, 6.3 and 6.9.
  • Page 3 Modified Date Description Pages May 11, 2009 143 to 145 The table of values after parameter clear in 6.6.8.2.2 was changed as follows: (Continued) The value for print type (batch/strip) was changed from ”Print depending on the sensor used” to “AUTO.” Post-print stop position setting, back feed restriction setting and strip issue back feed setting were added.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. SCOPE ............................2. OUTLINE ............................. 3. OPERATION PANEL ........................4. GENERAL VIEW OF KEY OPERATION ..................5. ONLINE MODE ..........................5.1 GENERAL VIEW OF KEY OPERATION ................5.2 KEY FUNCTIONS ........................5.3 LED FUNCTIONS ........................5.4 BUZZER FUNCTION ......................
  • Page 5 Page 5.19 BASIC SETTING ........................32 5.19.1 BASIC Setting Operation Example .................. 32 5.19.2 BASIC Setting Items ......................34 5.20 LCD MESSAGES AND LED INDICATIONS ................35 5.21 CHARGE ERROR NUMBER LIST ..................37 5.22 LCD MESSAGE IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES ..............38 6.
  • Page 6 Page 6.6.3.2.7 MaxiCode Specification Setting (MAXI CODE) ..........89 6.6.3.2.8 Auto Power-off Timing Setting (AUTO OFF) ............90 6.6.3.2.9 Power Save Mode Timing Setting (SLEEP) ............91 6.6.3.2.10 LCD Backlight Off Timing Setting (LCD OFF) ............ 92 6.6.3.2.11 Automatic Print Head Check for Broken Dots At Power On Setting (AUTO HD CHK) ....................
  • Page 7 Page 6.6.7 Label Paper Loading Method ................... 134 6.6.7.1 Details of Sensor Adjustment Value Display ............135 6.6.7.2 Sensor Display/Adjustment Setting Items ..............136 6.6.7.2.1 Backlash Step Count Adjustment 1 (BACKLASH1) ........... 136 6.6.7.2.2 Backlash Step Count Adjustment 2 (BACKLASH2) ........... 137 6.6.8 RAM Clear ........................
  • Page 8 Page 6.6.9.2.5.11 Wireless LAN Standard Setting (WLAN STANDARD) ........ 176 6.6.9.2.6 Overview of Wireless LAN Authentication Setting ..........177 6.6.9.2.6.1 Wireless LAN Connection Mode Setting (WLAN MODE) ......178 6.6.9.2.6.2 ADHOC Encryption Setting (ENCRYPT) ............. 179 6.6.9.2.6.3 INFRA WEP/WPA Connection Type Setting (WEP/WPA) ......180 6.6.9.2.6.4 802.1X, WPA, WPA2 Connection Type Setting (AUTH) ......
  • Page 9 8. POWER SAVE MODE ......................... 219 8.1 SHIFTING TO POWER SAVE MODE ..................219 8.2 WHEN A WIRELESS LAN MODULE IS CONNECTED ............219 8.2 PRECAUTIONS ........................219 Copyright © 2008 by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All Rights Reserved 570 Ohito, Izunokuni-shi, Shizuoka-ken, JAPAN...
  • Page 10: Scope

    1. SCOPE This specification describes key operations of the B-EP2 and B-EP4 portable printers (hereinafter collectively referred to as “B-EP”) using their keys and the LCD display. 2. OUTLINE The key operations are performed roughly in two modes: online mode and system mode. In online mode, where the printer is connected to a host device such as a personal computer, the key operations are performed mainly to pause or restart the printer and to display printer status messages and error messages on the LCD.
  • Page 11: General View Of Key Operation

    4. GENERAL VIEW OF KEY OPERATION [Power OFF] Press and hold down the [POWER] key until the message, “ON LINE” appears, then 3 sec. or more elapses. IP address print BD address print Press the [POWER] key Online mode Label layout registration, label print, etc.
  • Page 12: Online Mode

    5. ONLINE MODE 5.1 GENERAL VIEW OF KEY OPERATION Online Mode Hold down [FEED]+ [PAUSE]+ [POWER] Forced (3 sec. or more) power OFF Hold down [POWER] Power OFF (3 sec. or more) (1 sec. or more on V1.0C or later) [FEED] Paper feed, Reprint...
  • Page 13: Key Functions

    5.2 KEY FUNCTIONS [POWER] key (1) Turns the printer power on from a power off state and initializes the printer. (2) Performs various parameter settings. [FEED] key: (1) Feeds or ejects 1 label. This key is also used to adjust a label to a proper position.
  • Page 14: Led Functions

    5.3 LED FUNCTIONS [STATUS] LED: Indicates the following statuses: (red/green/orange) Printer power, ON or OFF Communication status of printer Printer error Battery level Strip wait state LED lighting patterns Power OFF/Charging in power OFF state: ....OFF Power ON 1) Battery level 3 or more In idle state ...........
  • Page 15: Lcd Functions

    5.5 LCD FUNCTIONS The LCD displays printer status messages. The battery level mark and the external power source mark are updated every 5 seconds. LCD size: 16 digits × 1 line Radio intensity mark: Indicates a radio intensity level (when wireless LAN is enabled (WLAN=ON) for the wireless LAN model).
  • Page 16: Parameter Print

    5.6 PARAMETER PRINT 5.6.1 Outline of Parameter Print The B-EP with the Bluetooth module or the wireless LAN module performs a parameter print when the [POWER] key is pressed for 3 seconds or more after the printer power is turned on and a “ON LINE”...
  • Page 17: Lcd Display At Startup

    5.7 LCD DISPLAY AT STARTUP Startup B - E P 2 D L G 2 J 1 0 A 1 0 B Online L I N E Model RS-232C model Bluetooth model Wireless LAN model DBCS model Japanese (Japan model) Chinese (Global model) Korea No 2-byte codes...
  • Page 18: Lcd Display At Startup Of Wireless Lan

    5.7.1 LCD Display at Startup of Wireless LAN Model When the B-EP with the wireless LAN module is started up with the DHCP enabled, an IP address is obtained and the LCD display will be as shown below. When successfully connected to the DHCP server: D H C P I N I T I A L Connecting to the DHCP server...
  • Page 19: Setting Value Display

    5.8 SETTING VALUE DISPLAY RS-232C model Function ON R S 1 1 5 2 0 0 b p s N O N E _ _ 9 6 0 0 E V E N _ 1 9 2 0 0 N O N E _ 3 8 4 0 0 _ 5 7 6 0 0 1 1 5 2 0 0...
  • Page 20: Irda Setting Value Display

    5.9 IrDA SETTING VALUE DISPLAY When IrOBEX/IrCOMM is selected: I r O B E X / I r C O M M When TEC Protocol is selected: T E C 1 1 5 2 0 0 b p s _ _ 9 6 0 0 _ 1 9 2 0 0 _ 3 8 4 0 0 _ 5 7 6 0 0...
  • Page 21: Online Mode Operation Example

    5.10 ONLINE MODE OPERATION EXAMPLE Power ON * This message is displayed at a startup of IPL. B - E P 2 D L 2 J 1 0 (For details, refer to Section 5.7.) * This message is displayed at a startup of main B - E P 2 D L G 2 J 1 0 program.
  • Page 22: Threshold Setting

    5.11 THRESHOLD SETTING 5.11.1 Outline of Threshold Setting When a label is printed, the printer detects the gap between the labels using the transmissive sensor, and corrects the print position automatically to obtain a constant print position. However, when a preprinted label is used, some inks may prevent proper positioning correction. In this case, determine the transmissive sensor threshold manually by key operation and store the value in the non-volatile memory (EEPROM).
  • Page 23 (15) Release the [POWER] key. (16) The printer enters a pause state. P A U S E (17) Press the [PAUSE] key. [PAUSE] (18) Idling L I N E Command from the PC (16) The printer starts printing. L I N E <Supplementary Explanations>...
  • Page 24: Reset

    5.12 RESET Power ON (1) Idling or printing normally L I N E (2) Press the [PAUSE] key. [PAUSE] * If the [PAUSE] key is pressed during printing, this P A U S E message is displayed and printing stops. (The number of remaining labels to be printed is displayed at the right of the LCD.) (3) Hold down the [PAUSE] key for 3 seconds or...
  • Page 25: Mode Setting

    5.13 MODE SETTING 5.13.1 Mode Setting Operation Example Power ON (1) Idling or printing normally L I N E [PAUSE] (2) Press the [PAUSE] key. (3) “PAUSE” is displayed. P A U S E (4) Hold down the [PAUSE] key for 3 seconds or [PAUSE] more while the printer is in a pause state.
  • Page 26: Mode Setting Items

    (29) The printer returns to the same state as when L I N E the power is turned off and on again. 5.13.2 Mode Setting Items For details, refer to the section, “6.6.3 Various Parameter Settings” in Chapter “6. SYSTEM MODE”...
  • Page 27: Various Parameter Settings

    5.14 VARIOUS PARAMETER SETTINGS 5.14.1 Parameter Setting Operation Example Power ON (1) Idling or printing normally L I N E [PAUSE] (2) Press the [PAUSE] key. (3) “PAUSE” is displayed. P A U S E (4) Hold down the [PAUSE] key for 3 seconds or [PAUSE] more while the printer is in a pause state.
  • Page 28 (23) MaxiCode specification setting M A X I C O D E T Y P E 1 [POWER] (24) Press the [POWER] key. (25) Auto power-off timing setting A U T O O F F 1 2 0 m i n [POWER] (26) Press the [POWER] key.
  • Page 29: Parameter Setting Items

    5.14.2 Parameter Setting Items For details, refer to the section, “6.6.3 Various Parameter Settings” in Chapter “6. SYSTEM MODE.” Item Default LCD density setting (LCD DENSITY) Character code setting PC-850 (FONT CODE) Font 0 setting 0 (without slash) (ZERO FONT) LCD language setting ENGLISH (LCD)
  • Page 30: Fine Adjustment Value Setting

    5.15 FINE ADJUSTMENT VALUE SETTING 5.15.1 Fine Adjustment Value Setting Operation Example Power ON (1) Idling or printing normally L I N E [PAUSE] (2) Press the [PAUSE] key. (3) “PAUSE” is displayed. P A U S E (4) Hold down the [PAUSE] key for 3 seconds or more while the printer is in a pause state.
  • Page 31 (19) Reflective sensor manual threshold fine T H R E S H O L D < R > 1 . 0 V adjustment setting [POWER] (20) Press the [POWER] key. (21) Transmissive sensor manual threshold fine T H R E S H O L D < T > 1 . 4 V adjustment setting [POWER] (22) Press the [POWER] key.
  • Page 32: Fine Adjustment Value Setting Items

    5.15.2 Fine Adjustment Value Setting Items For details, refer to the section, “6.6.4 Various Fine Adjustment Value Setting” in Chapter “6. SYSTEM MODE.” Item Default Feed amount fine adjustment setting +0.0mm (FEED ADJ.) X-coordinate fine adjustment setting +0.0mm (X ADJUST) Print tone fine adjustment setting (TONE ADJ.) Reflective sensor manual threshold fine adjustment setting...
  • Page 33: Dumping Of Receive Buffer

    5.16 DUMPING OF RECEIVE BUFFER 5.16.1 Receive Buffer Dumping Operation Example Power ON (1) Idling or printing normally L I N E [PAUSE] (2) Press the [PAUSE] key. (3) “PAUSE” is displayed. P A U S E (4) Hold down the [PAUSE] key for 3 seconds or more while the printer is in a pause state.
  • Page 34 (22) Start of printing the remaining receive buffer N O W P R I N T I N G . . . data (23) Print method setting (print all) display P R I N T A L L [FEED] (24) Press the [FEED] key. (25) After printing is completed, the display returns <...
  • Page 35 Data in the receive buffer is printed out in the format below. B-EP2 B-EP4 7B 41 58 3B 2B 30 30 30 {AX;+000 7B 41 58 3B 2B 30 30 30 2C 2B 30 30 30 2C 2B 30 {AX;+000,+000,+0 2C 2B 30 30 30 2C 2B 30 ,+000,+0 30 7C 7D 7B 44 30 37 37 30 2C 31 31 30 30 2C 30 0|}{D0760,1100,0...
  • Page 36: Basic Expansion Mode

    5.17 BASIC EXPANSION MODE The BASIC expansion mode program runs under the following conditions: The BASIC expansion mode program is loaded. The BASIC interpreter setting is set to ON (enabled). When executing the BASIC expansion mode program (1) System mode menu display <...
  • Page 37: Interface Setting

    5.18 INTERFACE SETTING 5.18.1 Interface Setting Operation Example Power ON (1) Idling or printing normally L I N E [PAUSE] (2) Press the [PAUSE] key. (3) “PAUSE” is displayed. P A U S E (4) Hold down the [PAUSE] key for 3 seconds or more while the printer is in a pause state.
  • Page 38: Display Examples By Models

    (23) RS-232C setting < R S - 2 3 2 C > [PAUSE] (24) Press the [PAUSE] key. (25) Bluetooth setting < B L U E T O O T H > * Displayed only for the models with the Bluetooth module [PAUSE] (26) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 39: Interface Setting Items

    9600 (bps) (SPEED) RS-232C parity setting EVEN (PARITY) <BLUETOOTH> Item Default In-process inspection setting (FACTORY TEST) (Device nickname=TOSHIBA TEC BT) Inquiry scan time setting EVERY (INQUIRY) Security level setting (SECURITY) Inquiry/page scan interval setting 2048 (SCN INTERVL) Inquiry/page scan window setting...
  • Page 40: Wireless Lan Setting

    <WLAN> Item Default Wireless LAN enable/disable setting (WLAN) Printer IP address setting 192.168.254.254 (PRINTER IP ADRES) Gateway IP address setting 000.000.000.000 (GATEWAY IP ADRES) Subnet mask setting 255.255.000.000 (SUBNET MASK) Socket communication setting (SOCKET PORT) 08000 DHCP setting (DHCP) WINS setting (WINS) WINS address setting 000.000.000.000...
  • Page 41: Basic Setting

    5.19 BASIC SETTING 5.19.1 BASIC Setting Operation Example Power ON (1) Idling or printing normally L I N E [PAUSE] (2) Press the [PAUSE] key. (3) “PAUSE” is displayed. P A U S E (4) Hold down the [PAUSE] key for 3 seconds or more while the printer is in a pause state.
  • Page 42 (23) BASIC setting display B A S I C O F F [POWER] (24) Press the [POWER] key. (25) BASIC file browser setting F I L E M A I N T E N A N C E [POWER] (26) Press the [POWER] key. (27) BASIC trace setting B A S I C T R A C E...
  • Page 43: Basic Setting Items

    5.19.2 BASIC Setting Items For details, refer to the section, “6.6.10 BASIC Setting” in Chapter “6. SYSTEM MODE” (for system administrators). Item Default BASIC interpreter setting BASIC OFF (BASIC ENABLE) BASIC file browser setting Name of data stored in the BASIC file storage area (FILE MAINTENANCE) (00 to 13 + name) BASIC trace setting...
  • Page 44: Lcd Messages And Led Indications

    5.20 LCD MESSAGES AND LED INDICATIONS On the character display LCD, model and firmware version are displayed. Recoverable Acceptance by the of Status LCD Message Printer Status [PAUSE] key Request Indication Reset (English) Status Yes/No Commands Yes/No Online mode ON LINE Online mode (communicating) ON LINE Strip wait...
  • Page 45 Recoverable Acceptance by the of Status LCD Message Printer Status [PAUSE] key Request Indication Reset (English) Status Yes/No Commands Yes/No When the following abnormal operations SYSTEM ERROR are performed, a system error occurs: (a) Command fetch from an odd address (b) Access to word data at an odd address (c) Access to long-word data at an odd address...
  • Page 46: Charge Error Number List

    NOTE 1: When a command produces an error, 16 bytes of the command code of the erroneous command are displayed on the LCD. (However, [LF] and [NUL] are not displayed.) [Example 1] [ESC] PC001; 0A00,0300,2,2,A,00,B [LF] [NUL] Command error LCD display PC001;0A00,0300, [Example 2] [ESC] T02A30 [LF] [NUL]...
  • Page 47: Lcd Message In Different Languages

    5.22 LCD MESSAGES IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES ENGLISH GERMAN FRENCH ON LINE ON LINE PRETE COVER OPEN DECKEL OFFEN ERR. CAPOT PAUSE **** PAUSE **** PAUSE **** COMMS ERROR UEBERTR.-FEHLER ERR. COMMUNICAT. PAPER JAM **** PAPIERSTAU **** PB. PAPIER **** NO PAPER **** PAPIERENDE **** FIN PAPIER ****...
  • Page 48 DUTCH SPANISH ITALIAN IN LIJN ON LINE PRONTA DEKSEL OPEN TAPA ABIERTA TESTA APERTA PAUZE **** PAUSA **** PAUSA **** COMM. FOUT ERROR COMUNICACI ERR. COMUNICAZ. PAPIER VAST **** ATASCO PAPEL**** CARTA INCEP.**** PAPIER OP **** SIN PAPEL **** NO CARTA **** PAPIER OP SIN PAPEL...
  • Page 49 JAPANESE * Japanese messages are omitted here. - 40 -...
  • Page 50: System Mode

    6. SYSTEM MODE 6.1 SYSTEM MODE FOR SERVICE PERSONS AND SYSTEM ADMINISTRATORS (ALL MENU ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE.) In this mode, self-test and parameter settings are performed. Described below is the key operation procedure in system mode. Power OFF Invalid password (3rd time) [FEED] + [POWER] Invalid password...
  • Page 51: Key Functions

    6.2 KEY FUNCTIONS [POWER] key (1) Determines each of various parameter settings. [FEED] key: (1) Moves the menu. (2) Selects a setting parameter. [PAUSE] key: (1) Moves the menu. (2) Selects a setting parameter. 6.3 LED FUNCTIONS [STATUS] LED: Indicates the following statuses: (red/green/orange) Printer power, ON or OFF Printer error...
  • Page 52: Lcd Functions

    6.5 LCD FUNCTIONS The LCD displays printer status messages. The battery level mark and the external power source mark are updated every 5 seconds. LCD size: 16 digits × 1 line Radio intensity mark: Indicates a radio intensity level (when wireless LAN is enabled (WLAN=ON) for the wireless LAN model).
  • Page 53: Lcd Display At Startup

    6.6 LCD DISPLAY AT STARTUP [FEED] + [POWER] Startup of IPL J 1 0 A 1 0 B 1 0 C 1 0 1 0 D Startup of system mode S Y S T E M M O D E System mode menu <...
  • Page 54: Self-test

    6.6.1 Self-test 6.6.1.1 Self-test Operation Example (1) Printing of maintenance counter values, various parameter values, and automatic self-test result (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) <...
  • Page 55 (2) Print head check for broken dots (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 56 (3) LED check (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 57 (4) LCD check (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 58 (5) Beep check (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 59: Self-test Items

    6.6.1.2 Self-test Items (1) Printing of maintenance counter values and various parameter values Maintenance counter values • Total label distance covered (cannot be cleared) • Total label print distance covered (cannot be cleared) • Label distance covered (1 to 5) •...
  • Page 60 • BASIC trace • Shell <<IrDA setting>> • IrDA mode • Maximum IrDA baud rate <<USB setting>> • USB serial number << RS-232C setting>> • Baud rate • Parity << Bluetooth setting>> • Device nickname • Address • Inquiry scan time •...
  • Page 61 (2) Automatic self-test Model name Memory check • Program area (Creation date, version, checksum) • Boot area (Creation date, version, checksum) • Font area (Version, checksum) • Bit map Kanji ROM (Version, checksum) • HTML (Creation date, version, checksum) • EEPROM check •...
  • Page 62 Print Samples of Self-test Result (1) Maintenance counter values and various parameter values TOTAL FEED 0.0m[JA] TOTAL PRINT 0.0m FEED 0.0m FEED1 0.0m FEED2 0.0m FEED3 0.0m FEED4 0.0m PRINT 0.0m PRINT1 0.0m PRINT2 0.0m PRINT3 0.0m PRINT4 0.0m 232C ERR SYSTEM ERR 0 [PC] FEED...
  • Page 63 (Continued) << IrDA >> IrDA MODE [IrCOMM] BAUD RATE [115200] << USB >> SERIAL NUMBER [DISABLE] [XXXXXXXXXXXX] << RS-232C >> BAUD RATE [9600] PARITY [EVEN] << BLUETOOTH >> DEVICE NICKNAME ADDRESS INQUIRY [EVERY] SCAN INTERVAL [2048] SCAN WINDOW [ 36] SECURITY LEVEL [OFF] <<...
  • Page 64 (2) Automatic self-test print example B-EP2DL-G MAIN 01JAN2008 V1.0 :A700 BOOT 01JAN2008 V1.0 :2400 SBCS C/G V1.0 :0D00 DBCS JAPANESE V1.0 :0A00 HTML 01JAN2008 V1.0 :AB00 EEPROM OK SDRAM 16MB SENSOR1 00000000,00000000 SENSOR2 [H]+20°C [A]+22°C [R]4.2V [T]2.5V PE LV. [R]1.8V [T]2.5V M THRE.
  • Page 65 (2) Automatic self-test (when there is an invalid setting) B-EP2DL-G MAIN 01JAN2008 V1.0 :A700 BOOT 01JAN2008 V1.0 :2400 SBCS C/G V1.0 :0D00 DBCS JAPANESE V1.0 :0A00 HTML 01JAN2008 V1.0 :AB00 EEPROM OK SDRAM 16MB SENSOR1 00000000,00000000 SENSOR2 [H]+20°C [A]+22°C [R]4.2V [T]2.5V PE LV.
  • Page 66: Self-test Result Items

    6.6.1.3 Self-test Result Items (1) Maintenance counter values Item Description Range TOTAL FEED Total label distance covered 0.0 to 320000.0 m (cannot be cleared) in units of 10 cm TOTAL PRINT Total label print distance covered 0.0 to 320000.0 m (cannot be cleared) in units of 10 cm FEED...
  • Page 67 (2) Various parameter values Item Description Value [PC] Feed amount fine adjustment -50.0mm to +50.0mm FEED (See NOTE 1 under the table.) Print tone fine adjustment -30step to +30step TONE(T) Strip position fine adjustment -2.0mm to +3.0mm PEEL [KEY] Feed amount fine adjustment -50.0mm to +50.0mm FEED Print tone fine adjustment...
  • Page 68 Value Item Description Control code AUTO: Automatic selection CODE ESC LF NUL: ESC LF NUL method { | }: { | } method EURO font code Any code EURO CODE Automatic print head check for OFF: An automatic print head check AUTO HD CHK broken dots for broken dots is not...
  • Page 69 Value Item Description Writable character storage area 0 to 3200 KB EXT CHR AREA (in units of 64 KB) size 0 to 896 KB BASIC file storage area size BASIC AREA (in units of 64 KB) (See NOTE 2 0 to 896 KB PC save area size PC SAVE AREA under the...
  • Page 70 Value Item Description <<Bluetooth Setting> * When the Bluetooth module is installed. Bluetooth device nickname DEVICE NICKNAME Bluetooth device address Fixed module address ADDRESS Inquiry scan time INQUIRY 60 sec. EVERY Inquiry/page scan interval 18 to 4096 SCAN INTERVAL Inquiry/page scan window 18 to 4096 SCAN WINDOW Security level...
  • Page 71 Value Item Description Authentication type AUTH OPEN SYSTEM SHARED KEY Default key 1 to 4 DEFAULT KEY 802.1X SUPPLICANT 802.1X supplicant authentication type EAP-TLS EAP-TTLS LEAP PEAP EAP-MD5 EAP-FAST 802.11b channel 1 to 14 802.11b CHANNEL 802.11b BAUD RATE 802.11b baud rate 5.5M 802.11g channel 1 to 13...
  • Page 72 When downloading Chinese 192 KB QM type When downloading Korean 192 KB Form area JA type When downloading Kanji 192 KB When not installing DBCS 192 KB When downloading Chinese 128 KB QM type Graphic When downloading Korean 128 KB area JA type When downloading Kanji...
  • Page 73 (3) Details of self-test print B-EP2DL-G Model name B-EP2DL-G: B-EP2, 203 dpi B-EP4DL-G: B-EP4, 203 dpi MAIN 01JAN2008 V1.0A:1A00 Checksum Version Creation date (Day-Month-Year) Name MAIN: Program area BOOT 01JAN2008 V1.0 :2400 Checksum Version Creation date (Day-Month-Year) Name BOOT: Boot area SBCS C/G V1.0 :0D00 Checksum of font area...
  • Page 74 HTML 01JAN2008 V1.0 :AB00 Checksum Version Creation date (Day-Month-Year) Name HTML: HTML area EEPROM OK OK: Data in the check area can be properly read/written. NG: Data in the check area cannot be properly read/rewritten. Backup memory (EEPROM) SDRAM 16MB Capacity of SDRAM Memory for the system and drawing <Supplemental Explanation>...
  • Page 75 SENSOR2 [H]+20 C [A]+22 ° ° Ambient thermistor status (-15 °C to 99°C, --°C: if the temperature cannot be detected) Thermal head thermistor status (-15 °C to +70 °C) [R]4.2V [T]2.5V Transmissive sensor status (0.0V to 5.0V) Reflective sensor status (0.0V to 5.0V) PE LV.
  • Page 76 (5) Installed interface I/F USB/IrDA/WLAN USB/IrDA/232C USB/IrDA/BT USB/IrDA/WLAN Installed interface (6) Loopback test result LOOPBACK IrDA NG IrDA check OK: Normal NG: Abnormal RS-232C NG RS-232C check OK: Normal NG: Abnormal –: Not installed BLUETOOTH NG Bluetooth check OK: Normal NG: Abnormal –: Not installed...
  • Page 77: Mode Setting

    6.6.2 Mode Setting 6.6.2.1 Mode Setting Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 78 [POWER] (24) Press the [POWER] key. * Supported on V1.0E or later. (25) System mode menu display (Mode setting) < 2 > M O D E S E T T I N G [POWER] (26) Hold down the [POWER] key for 3 seconds or more.
  • Page 79: Mode Setting Items

    6.6.2.2 Mode Setting Items 6.6.2.2.1 Print Command Language Setting (PCL MODE) This setting selects print mode. TPCL mode P C L M O D E T P C L [PAUSE] TPCL1 mode P C L M O D E T P C L 1 [PAUSE] LABEL mode P C L...
  • Page 80: Head Division Setting (head Div)

    6.6.2.2.2 Head Division Setting (HEAD DIV) When a printing ratio per line is high, the value of this setting is changed to prevent print tone from becoming lighter. B-EP2 Automatic selection from none, 2 or 3 division H E A D D I V A U T O 1 (Print quality oriented)
  • Page 81: B-sp Series Compatibility Mode Setting (b-sp Mode)

    6.6.2.2.3 B-SP Series Compatibility Mode Setting (B-SP MODE) This setting enables the use of software assets created during the development of the B-SP series. B-SP series compatibility mode is disabled. B - S P M O D E O F F [PAUSE] B-SP series compatibility mode is enabled.
  • Page 82: Linerless Setting (linerless)

    6.6.2.2.4 Linerless Setting (LINERLESS) This setting is for using a linerless label. Linerless setting is disabled. L I N E R L E S S O F F [PAUSE] Linerless setting is enabled. L I N E R L E S S [PAUSE] Default value: OFF (Linerless setting is disabled.) <Commentary>...
  • Page 83 (4-inch head) Back feed amount Command mode (Unprintable area when starting printing immediately after a back feed) B-SP series compatible mode ON B-SP series compatible mode OFF TPCL 5.3 mm (5.0 mm) 5.3 mm (5.0 mm) Back feed fine adjustment enabled Back feed fine adjustment disabled Label 5.3 mm (5.0 mm)
  • Page 84: Print Type Setting (print Type)

    6.6.2.2.5 Print Type Setting (PRINT TYPE) Print depending on the sensor used P R I N T T Y P E A U T O (Automatic selection from Batch or STRIP) [PAUSE] Fixed to batch issue P R I N T T Y P E B A T C H [PAUSE]...
  • Page 85: Post-print Stop Position Setting (paper Stop) * Supported On V1.0e Or Later

    6.6.2.2.6 Post-print Stop Position Setting (PAPER STOP) * Supported on V1.0E or later. When back feed restriction is enabled (ON), printing is disabled on a label located between the head and the cutter during next printing after an issue (of one or more labels) since no back feed is performed.
  • Page 86: Back Feed Restriction Setting (bf.restrict) * Supported On V1.0e Or Later

    6.6.2.2.7 Back Feed Restriction Setting (BF.RESTRICT) * Supported on V1.0E or later. Back feed restricted B F . R E S T R I C T (Performs no back feed.) [PAUSE] Back feed not restricted B F . R E S T R I C T O F F (Performs a back feed.) [PAUSE]...
  • Page 87: Strip Issue Back Feed Setting (peel Bf.) * Supported On V1.0e Or Later

    6.6.2.2.8 Strip Issue Back Feed Setting (PEEL BF.) * Supported on V1.0E or later. When strip position fine adjustment is set to – (negative) by using a command or in system mode, the strip position is finely adjusted and the printing is misaligned simultaneously. This setting is used to perform a back feed and thus correct the print position for the purpose of printing on the normal position.
  • Page 88: Various Parameter Settings

    6.6.3 Various Parameter Settings 6.6.3.1 Parameter Setting Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 89 (25) Auto power-off timing setting A U T O O F F 1 2 0 m i n [POWER] (26) Press the [POWER] key. (27) Power save mode timing setting S L E E P 3 s e c [POWER] (28) Press the [POWER] key.
  • Page 90: Parameter Setting Items

    6.6.3.2 Parameter Setting Items 6.6.3.2.1 LCD Density Setting (LCD DENSITY) This setting is to adjust the LCD display density. L C D D E N S I T Y Light [PAUSE] L C D D E N S I T Y [PAUSE] L C D D E N S I T Y...
  • Page 91: Character Code Setting (font Code)

    6.6.3.2.2 Character Code Setting (FONT CODE) F O N T C O D E P C - 8 5 Ø PC-850 (UTF-8) [PAUSE] F O N T C O D E P C - 8 5 2 PC-852 [PAUSE] F O N T C O D E P C - 8 5 7 PC-857...
  • Page 92 Default value: PC-850 <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed. When the [FEED] and [PAUSE] keys are simultaneously pressed, the display returns to the system mode menu.
  • Page 93: Font Zero Setting (zero Font)

    6.6.3.2.3 Font Zero Setting (ZERO FONT) This setting determines how zero should be displayed/printed, “Ø” (with slash) or “0” (without slash). Z E R O F O N T 0: Without slash [PAUSE] Z E R O F O N T Ø...
  • Page 94: Lcd Language Setting (lcd)

    6.6.3.2.4 LCD Language Setting (LCD) This setting selects a language to be used for displaying messages on the LCD. L C D E N G L I S H English [PAUSE] L C D G E R M A N German [PAUSE] L C D...
  • Page 95: Control Code Setting (code)

    6.6.3.2.5 Control Code Setting (CODE) This setting selects a control code to be used in TPCL mode. Automatic selection between {.|.} method C O D E A U T O and ESC.LF.NUL method [PAUSE] C O D E { , | , } {.|.} method [PAUSE] C O D E...
  • Page 96 Power ON Reads received data. <Is the received data <Is the received data { ?> Assume a control code to Assume a control Discards of read be ESC.LF.NUL. code to be {.|.}. data. Command processing (2) Manual Selection (ESC.LF.NUL) The control code of the command is [ESC](1BH),[LF](0AH),[NUL](00H), and the control code selection is not performed.
  • Page 97: Euro Font Code Setting (euro Code)

    6.6.3.2.6 EURO Font Code Setting (EURO CODE) This setting determines to which code the EURO font code is to be assigned. E U R O C O D E 2 Ø [PAUSE] E U R O C O D E [PAUSE] E U R O C O D E...
  • Page 98: Maxicode Specification Setting (maxi Code)

    The mode specified by the command in accordance with the status of this parameter is different from the actual mode. Also, the data transmission method differs partly. For details, refer to the B-EP Series External Equipment Interface Specification. - 89 -...
  • Page 99: Auto Power-off Timing Setting (auto Off)

    6.6.3.2.8 Auto Power-off Timing Setting (AUTO OFF) This setting selects a time for the printer power to turn off automatically. The power is not automatically turned A U T O O F F O F F off. [PAUSE] It takes a shorter time to turn off the A U T O O F F 1 m i n...
  • Page 100: Power Save Mode Timing Setting (sleep)

    6.6.3.2.9 Power Save Mode Timing Setting (SLEEP) This setting selects a time for the printer to enter power save mode. When the printer enters power save mode, the sleep mark on the LCD turns on. It takes a shorter time to enter power S L E E P 1 s e c save mode.
  • Page 101: Lcd Backlight Off Timing Setting (lcd Off)

    6.6.3.2.10 LCD Backlight Off Timing Setting (LCD OFF) This setting selects a time to turn off the LCD backlight. The LCD backlight does not turn off. L C D O F F O F F [PAUSE] It takes a shorter time to turn off the LCD L C D O F F 1 s e c...
  • Page 102: Automatic Print Head Check For Broken Dots At Power On Setting (auto Hd Chk)

    6.6.3.2.11 Automatic Print Head Check for Broken Dots At Power On Setting (AUTO HD CHK) This setting selects whether or not an automatic print head check for broken dots is to be automatically performed when the power is turned on. An automatic print head check for broken A U T O C H K...
  • Page 103: Print Head Check For Broken Dots After Cover Close Setting (head Check)

    6.6.3.2.12 Print Head Check For Broken Dots After Cover Close Setting (HEAD CHECK) This setting selects whether or not a print head check for broken dots is to be performed after the cover is closed. A print head check for broken dots is not H E A D C H E C K O F F...
  • Page 104: Resume Printing After Broken Dots Error Setting (head Err Prt)

    6.6.3.2.13 Resume Printing After Broken Dots Error Setting (HEAD ERR PRT) This setting selects whether or not the printer resumes printing after a broken dots error occurs. The printer does not resume printing after H E A D E R R P R T O F F a broken dots error occurs.
  • Page 105: Feed To Top Of Feed After Cover Close Setting (feed Check)

    6.6.3.2.14 Feed To Top Of Feed After Cover Close Setting (FEED CHECK) This setting selects whether or not the printer feeds the paper to the top of feed after the cover is closed. The printer does not feed the paper to F E E D C H E C K O F F...
  • Page 106: Beep Volume Setting (beep Vol)

    6.6.3.2.15 Beep Volume Setting (BEEP VOL) This setting selects a beep volume. The buzzer does not sound (no beep). B E E P V O L O F F [PAUSE] B E E P V O L Low volume [PAUSE] B E E P V O L [PAUSE]...
  • Page 107: Xml Setting (xml)

    6.6.3.2.16 XML Setting (XML) XLM setting is disabled. X M L O F F [PAUSE] XLM setting is enabled. X M L [PAUSE] Default value: OFF <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 108: System Mode Password Setting (password)

    6.6.3.2.17 System Mode Password Setting (PASSWORD) This setting selects whether or not a new password, which is required to enter system mode for service persons and system administrators, is to be programmed. Password is not set. P A S S W O R D O F F - - - - [PAUSE] Password is set.
  • Page 109: System Mode Startup Method When Password Is Set

    6.6.3.3 System Mode Startup Method When Password Is Set When a valid password is entered: (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) “INPUT PASSWORD” is displayed. I N P U T P A S S W O R D 2 seconds later...
  • Page 110: Fine Adjustment Value Setting

    6.6.4 Fine Adjustment Value Setting 6.6.4.1 Fine Adjustment Value Setting Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) <...
  • Page 111 (23) Strip position fine adjustment setting P E E L A D J . + 0 . 0 m m [POWER] (24) Press the [POWER] key. (25) Paper size setting for ESC/POS setting P A P E R S I Z E 1 1 4 m m * This display is for the B-EP4.
  • Page 112: Fine Adjustment Value Setting Items

    6.6.4.2 Fine Adjustment Value Setting Items 6.6.4.2.1 Feed Amount Fine Adjustment (FEED ADJ.) This setting sets a feed amount so that the label is shifted forward or backward from the print start position which has been automatically determined. +0.0 mm -50.0mm -49.9mm Print start...
  • Page 113: X-coordinate Fine Adjustment (x Adjust.)

    6.6.4.2.2 X-coordinate Fine Adjustment (X ADJUST.) This setting sets an amount by which the X-coordinate is shifted to the left or right. -99.9mm -99.8mm – -0.1mm Paper Feed PAUSE +0.0mm Direction +0.1mm +99.8mm +99.9mm <Supplemental Explanations> (1) When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 114: Print Tone Fine Adjustment (tone Adj.)

    6.6.4.2.3 Print Tone Fine Adjustment (TONE ADJ.) This setting finely adjusts the print tone against the value automatically set. Lighter -30step -29step -1step Standard PAUSE +0step +1step +29step +30step Darker <Supplemental Explanations> (1) When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 115: Reflective Sensor Manual Threshold Fine Adjustment (threshold)

    6.6.4.2.4 Reflective Sensor Manual Threshold Fine Adjustment (THRESHOLD<R>) 0.0V 0.1V PAUSE 3.9V 4.0V <Supplemental Explanations> (1) When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed. (2) When the [PAUSE] key is pressed while the [FEED] key is held down, or when the [POWER] key is pressed for 3 seconds or more, the display returns to the system mode menu (ADJUST SET).
  • Page 116: Transmissive Sensor Manual Threshold Fine Adjustment (threshold)

    6.6.4.2.5 Transmissive Sensor Manual Threshold Fine Adjustment (THRESHOLD<T>) 0.0V 0.1V PAUSE 3.9V 4.0V <Supplemental Explanations> (1) When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed. (2) When the [PAUSE] key is pressed while the [FEED] key is held down, or when the [POWER] key is pressed for 3 seconds or more, the display returns to the system mode menu (ADJUST SET).
  • Page 117: Strip Position Fine Adjustment (peel Adj.)

    6.6.4.2.6 Strip Position Fine Adjustment (PEEL ADJ.) -2.0mm +0.0 mm -1.9mm Strip stop position (top edge of strip shaft) -0.1mm PAUSE +0.0mm +0.1mm +3.0 mm Strip stop position (top edge of strip shaft) +2.9mm +3.0mm -2.0 mm Strip stop position (top edge of strip shaft) Paper feed direction Regardless of gap length, the stop position in strip issue mode is designed in a manner so that printing stops when the...
  • Page 118: Paper Size For Esc/pos Setting (paper Size)

    6.6.4.2.7 Paper Size for ESC/POS Setting (PAPER SIZE) B-EP2 25mm 26mm PAUSE 57mm 58mm B-EP4 50mm 51mm PAUSE 113mm 114mm <Supplemental Explanations> (1) When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed. (2) When the [PAUSE] key is pressed while the [FEED] key is held down, or when the [POWER] key is pressed for 3 seconds or more, the display returns to the system mode menu (ADJUST SET).
  • Page 119: Test Print

    6.6.5 Test Print 6.6.5.1 Test Print Operation Example (1) Normal test print (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) <...
  • Page 120 (25) Non-printing mode N O N - P R I N T I N G [FEED] + [PAUSE] (26) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [PAUSE] key. (27) System mode menu display (Test print) < 5 > T E S T P R I N T - 111 -...
  • Page 121 (2) Assembly process test print mode (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 122: Test Print Setting Items

    6.6.5.2 Test Print Setting Items 6.6.5.2.1 Test Print Mode Normal test print mode Test print condition parameter setting P R I N T C O N D I T I O N [PAUSE] 1-dot slant line print S L A N T L I N E ( 1 D O T ) [PAUSE] 3-dot slant line print...
  • Page 123 Operation for assembly process automatic print /transmissive or refractive sensor When assembly process automatic print /transmissive sensor is selected: Automatic print mode A U T O P R I N T ( T R A N ) (transmissive sensor) [POWER] Label position check (feed to top of feed) A U T O P R I N T ( T R A N )
  • Page 124: Test Print Condition Parameter Setting (print Condition)

    6.6.5.2.2 Test Print Condition Parameter Setting (PRINT CONDITION) P R I N T C O N D I T I O N Print condition parameter setting [POWER] I S S U E C O U N T Issue count [POWER] S E N S O R N O N E Sensor setting...
  • Page 125: Issue Count Setting (issue Count)

    6.6.5.2.3 Issue Count Setting (ISSUE COUNT) This setting sets the number of labels to be printed for test print. I S S U E C O U N T 1 label [PAUSE] I S S U E C O U N T 3 labels [PAUSE] I S S U E...
  • Page 126: Sensor Setting (sensor)

    6.6.5.2.4 Sensor Setting (SENSOR) This setting selects a sensor to be used. No sensors used, i.e. position is not detected S E N S O R N O N E (when using receipt paper) [PAUSE] Transmissive sensor (when using tag paper S E N S O R T R A N S .
  • Page 127: Print Type Setting (batch/strip) (type)

    6.6.5.2.5 Print Type Setting (BATCH/STRIP) (TYPE) This setting selects a print type, auto mode using the strip sensor or fixed mode (BATCH or STRIP) regardless of a sensor status. Print depending on the sensor used T Y P E A U T O [PAUSE] Fixed to batch issue T Y P E...
  • Page 128: Label Length Setting (label Len.)

    6.6.5.2.6 Label Length Setting (LABEL LEN.) This setting selects a label length for test print. L A B E L L E N . 5 m m Short label [PAUSE] L A B E L L E N . 6 m m [PAUSE] L A B E L L E N .
  • Page 129: Paper Feed Mode Setting (paper)

    6.6.5.2.7 Paper Feed Mode Setting (PAPER) This setting is used to feed a paper without performing printing in system mode where the [FEED] key is invalid to feed a paper. Paper is not fed. P A P E R F E E D [PAUSE] Paper is fed.
  • Page 130 Enlarged view of slant lines 1-dot slant line print (Print ratio: 16.7%) 3-dot slant line print (Print ratio: 16.7%) - 121 -...
  • Page 131: Test Print Samples

    6.6.5.3 Test Print Samples 1-dot slant line print (B-EP2) 3-dot slant line print (B-EP2) - 122 -...
  • Page 132 1-dot slant line print (B-EP4) 3-dot slant line print (B-EP4) - 123 -...
  • Page 133 Character print (Kanji) (B-EP2/203 dpi) Character print (Chinese) (B-EP2/203 dpi) Character print (Korea) (B-EP2/203 dpi) - 124 -...
  • Page 134 Character print (Kanji) (B-EP4/203 dpi) Character print (Chinese) (B-EP4/203 dpi) Character print (Korea) (B-EP4/203 dpi) - 125 -...
  • Page 135 Bar code print (Kanji) (B-EP2/203 dpi) Bar code print (Chinese) (B-EP2/203 dpi) Bar code print (Korea) (B-EP2/203 dpi) - 126 -...
  • Page 136 Bar code print (Kanji) (B-EP4/203 dpi) Bar code print (Chinese) (B-EP4/203 dpi) Bar code print (Korea) (B-EP4/203 dpi) - 127 -...
  • Page 137 Line print for assembly process (B-EP2) Line print for assembly process (B-EP4) - 128 -...
  • Page 138 Pattern print for assembly process (Kanji) Pattern print for assembly process (Chinese) (B-EP2/203 dpi) (B-EP2/203 dpi) Pattern print for assembly process (Korea) (B-EP2/203 dpi) - 129 -...
  • Page 139 Pattern print for assembly process (Kanji) (B-EP4/203 dpi) Pattern print for assembly process (Chinese) (B-EP4/203 dpi) Pattern print for assembly process (Korea) (B-EP4/203 dpi) - 130 -...
  • Page 140: Sensor Display/adjustment

    6.6.6 Sensor Display/Adjustment 6.6.6.1 Sensor Display/Adjustment Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 141 (25) Transmissive sensor A/D value display [ T R A N S . ] 1 . 8 V Remove a few labels from the label paper and [PAUSE] place the backing paper in a manner so that the sensor can detect it. [FEED] (26) Hold down the [PAUSE] or [FEED] key for 3 seconds or more.
  • Page 142: Strip Sensitivity Setting ([peel])

    6.6.6.1.1 Strip Sensitivity Setting ([PEEL]) [ P E E L . ] A U T O Automatic sensitivity adjustment [PAUSE] [ P E E L . ] Low sensitivity [PAUSE] [ P E E L . ] High sensitivity [PAUSE] Default value: AUTO <Supplemental Explanations>...
  • Page 143 6.6.7 Label Paper Loading Method <Reflective sensor adjustment> Place a specified paper in a manner so that the label (red dashed line) comes in contact with the reflective sensor. Head (printer) side Label paper Reflects Cover side <Transmissive sensor adjustment> Remove a few labels from a specified paper and place the backing paper (red dashed line) in a manner so that it comes in contact with the transmissive sensor.
  • Page 144 6.6.7.1 Details of Sensor Adjustment Value Display (1) Sensor A/D value display H : + 2 0 ° C A : + 2 2 ° C Ambient thermistor status (-15 °C to 86 °C) Thermal head thermistor status (-15°C to 86 °C) 3 .
  • Page 145: Sensor Display/adjustment Setting Items

    6.6.7.2 Sensor Display/Adjustment Setting Items 6.6.7.2.1 Backlash Step Count Adjustment 1 (BACKLASH1) This setting selects a backlash step count for a feed in forward direction. B A C K L A S H 1 Ø Ø [PAUSE] B A C K L A S H 1 Ø...
  • Page 146 6.6.7.2.2 Backlash Step Count Adjustment 2 (BACKLASH2) This setting selects a backlash step count for a feed in reverse direction. B A C K L A S H 2 Ø Ø [PAUSE] B A C K L A S H 2 Ø...
  • Page 147 6.6.8 RAM Clear 6.6.8.1 RAM Clear Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 148 (25) System mode menu display (RAM clear) < 7 > R A M C L E A R [POWER] (26) Hold down the [POWER] key for 3 seconds or more. (27) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [POWER] (28) Press the [POWER] key.
  • Page 149 6.6.8.2.2 Parameter Clear (PARAMETER CLEAR) RAM clear for Global model * * * T Y P E * * * [PAUSE] RAM clear for Japan model * * * T Y P E * * * [PAUSE] (*) Depending on destination (model type), the default value of the LCD language varies. <Supplemental Explanations>...
  • Page 150 Parameter Clear Operation Examples RAM clear for Global (QM) model (1) Parameter clear mode P A R A M E T E R C L E A R [POWER] (2) Press the [POWER] key. (3) RAM clear for the QM type * * * T Y P E * * *...
  • Page 151 RAM clear for Japan (JA) model (1) Parameter clear mode P A R A M E T E R C L E A R [POWER] (2) Press the [POWER] key. (3) RAM clear for the QM type * * * T Y P E * * * [POWER]...
  • Page 152 Values after parameter clear Parameter Value Feed amount fine adjustment (PC) +0.0mm Print tone fine adjustment (PC) +0step Strip position fine adjustment (PC) +0.0mm Feed amount fine adjustment (Key) +0.0mm Print tone fine adjustment (Key) +0step Strip position fine adjustment (Key) +0.0mm X-coordinate fine adjustment (Key) +0.0mm...
  • Page 153 115200 USB serial number DISABLE RS-232C RS-232C baud rate 9600 RS-232C PARITY EVEN Bluetooth Bluetooth device nickname TOSHIBA TEC BT Bluetooth device address Fixed module address Inquiry scan time EVERY Inquiry/page scan interval 2048 Inquiry/page scan window Security level WLAN...
  • Page 154: Maintenance Counter Clear (mainte.cnt Clear)

    6.6.8.2.3 Maintenance Counter Clear (MAINTE.CNT CLEAR) Clear when replacing the platen * * * * F E E D * * * * [PAUSE] Clear when replacing the print head * * * * P R I N T * * * * [PAUSE] All clear * * * *...
  • Page 155 Maintenance Counter Clear Operation Example Clear when replacing the platen (1) Maintenance counter clear mode M A I N T E . C N T C L E A R [POWER] (2) Press the [POWER] key. (3) Clear when replacing the platen * * * * F E E D * * * *...
  • Page 156 Clear when replacing the print head (1) Maintenance counter clear mode M A I N T E . C N T C L E A R [POWER] (2) Press the [POWER] key. (3) Clear when replacing the platen * * * * F E E D * * * * [PAUSE]...
  • Page 157 All clear (1) Maintenance counter clear mode M A I N T E . C N T C L E A R [POWER] (2) Press the [POWER] key. (3) Clear when replacing the platen * * * * F E E D * * * * [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 158 Print Result of Maintenance Counter Values and Various Parameter Values After Each Type of Clear Clear when replacing the platen (FEED) The total feed up to the last feed moves to FEED1 and the FEED1 value moves to FEED2. (The FEED 4 value is cleared.) Clear when replacing the print head (PRINT) The total print length up to the last print moves to PRINT1 and the PRINT1 value moves to...
  • Page 159: Interface Setting

    6.6.9 Interface Setting 6.6.9.1 Interface Setting Operation Example IrDA + USB + RS-232C model (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) <...
  • Page 160 IrDA + USB + Bluetooth model (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [FEED] (4) Press the [FEED] key.
  • Page 161 IrDA + USB + Wireless LAN model (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [FEED] (4) Press the [FEED] key.
  • Page 162 6.6.9.2 Interface Setting Items 6.6.9.2.1 IrDA Setting 6.6.9.2.1.1 IrDA Communication Program Setting (PROTOCOL) P R O T O C O L I r C O M M IrCOMM [PAUSE] P R O T O C O L O F F IrDA disabled [PAUSE] P R O T O C O L...
  • Page 163 6.6.9.2.1.2 IrDA Baud Rate Setting (SPEED) S P E E D 9 6 Ø Ø 9600 bps [PAUSE] S P E E D 1 9 2 Ø Ø 19200 bps [PAUSE] S P E E D 3 8 4 Ø Ø 38400 bps [PAUSE] S P E E D...
  • Page 164 6.6.9.2.1.3 Printer ID Setting This setting is required to identify each printer for wireless communication. P R I N T E R Ø Ø Ø Ø 1 Setting of 1st digit (0 to 6) Press the [PAUSE] or [FEED] key to set the value.
  • Page 165 6.6.9.2.2 USB Serial Number Setting S E R I A L N U M B E R USB serial number setting [POWER] Press the [POWER] key. Setting of 1st digit * Press the [PAUSE] or [FEED] key to set the value. Press the [POWER] key to determine the [POWER] value.
  • Page 166 6.6.9.2.3 RS-232C Setting 6.6.9.2.3.1 RS-232C Baud Rate Setting (SPEED) S P E E D 9 6 Ø Ø 9600 bps [PAUSE] S P E E D 1 9 2 Ø Ø 19200 bps [PAUSE] S P E E D 3 8 4 Ø Ø 38400 bps [PAUSE] S P E E D...
  • Page 167 6.6.9.2.3.2 RS-232C Parity Setting (PARITY) EVEN P A R I T Y E V E N [PAUSE] NONE P A R I T Y N O N E [PAUSE] Default value: EVEN <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 168 <Supplemental Explanations>: When set to “ON”, the device nickname is “FACTORY TEST”. When set to “OFF”, the device nickname is “TOSHIBA TEC BT”. When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 169 6.6.9.2.4.2 Inquiry Scan Time Setting (INQUIRY) I N Q U I R Y E V E R Y [PAUSE] I N Q U I R Y O F F [PAUSE] I N Q U I R Y 6 0 s e c [PAUSE] Default value: EVERY <Supplemental Explanations>...
  • Page 170 6.6.9.2.4.3 Security Level Setting (SECURITY) S E C U R I T Y O F F [PAUSE] S E C U R I T Y L I N K [PAUSE] Default value: OFF <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 171 6.6.9.2.4.4 Inquiry/Page Scan Interval Setting (SCN INTERVAL) S C N I N T E R V L [PAUSE] S C N I N T E R V L [PAUSE] S C N I N T E R V L 2 Ø [PAUSE] 4096 S C N...
  • Page 172 6.6.9.2.4.5 Inquiry/Page Scan Window Setting (SCN WINDOW) S C N W I N D O W [PAUSE] S C N W I N D O W [PAUSE] S C N W I N D O W 2 Ø [PAUSE] 4096 S C N W I N D O W 4 Ø...
  • Page 173 6.6.9.2.5 Wireless LAN Setting 6.6.9.2.5.1 Selection of Wireless LAN Setting Items W L A N Wireless LAN enable/disable setting [PAUSE] P R I N T E R A D R E S Printer IP address setting [PAUSE] G A T E W A Y A D R E S Gateway IP address setting [PAUSE]...
  • Page 174 <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed. When the [FEED] and [PAUSE] keys are simultaneously pressed, the display returns to the system mode menu. When the [FEED] key or [PAUSE] key is pressed for 0.5 seconds or more during this setting, repeat mode is enabled and the key pressed is repeatedly entered.
  • Page 175 6.6.9.2.5.2 Wireless LAN Enable/Disable Setting (WLAN) W L A N Wireless LAN enable/disable setting [POWER] Disabled W L A N O F F [PAUSE] Enabled W L A N [PAUSE] Default value: ON <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 176 6.6.9.2.5.3 Printer IP Address Setting (PRINTER IP ADRES) P R I N T E R A D R E S Printer IP address setting [POWER] First 8 bits 1 9 2 . 1 6 8 . 2 5 4 . 2 5 4 [POWER] Second 8 bits 1 9 2 .
  • Page 177 6.6.9.2.5.4 Gateway IP Address Setting (GATEWAY IP ADRES) G A T E W A Y A D R E S Gateway IP address setting [POWER] First 8 bits Ø Ø Ø . Ø Ø Ø . Ø Ø Ø . Ø Ø Ø [POWER] Second 8 bits Ø...
  • Page 178 6.6.9.2.5.5 Subnet Mask Setting (SUBNET MASK) S U B N E T M A S K Subnet mask setting [POWER] First 8 bits 2 5 5 . 2 5 5 . Ø Ø Ø . Ø Ø Ø [POWER] Second 8 bits 2 5 5 .
  • Page 179 6.6.9.2.5.6 Socket Communication Setting (SOCKET PORT) S O C K E T P O R T [POWER] Press the [POWER] key. P O R T O F F - - - - - Socket communication setting OFF [PAUSE] P O R T Ø...
  • Page 180 For example: If 1st digit=6, 2nd digit must be 1 to 5. If 1st digit=6 and 2nd digit=5, 3rd digit must be 1 to 5. If 1st digit=6, 2nd digit=5, and 3rd digit=5, 4th digit must be 1 to 3. If 1st digit=6, 2nd digit=5, 3rd digit=5, and 4th digit=3, 5th digit must be 1 to 5.
  • Page 181 6.6.9.2.5.7 DHCP Setting (DHCP) D H C P DHCP setting [POWER] D H C P O F F Disabled [PAUSE] D H C P Enabled [PAUSE] Default value: OFF <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 182 6.6.9.2.5.8 WINS Setting (WINS) WINS setting W I N S [POWER] W I N S O F F WINS setting is disabled. [PAUSE] W I N S WINS setting is enabled. [PAUSE] W I N S D H C P DHCP is enabled.
  • Page 183 6.6.9.2.5.9 WINS Address Setting (WINS ADDRESS) W I N S A D D R E S S WINS address setting display [POWER] First 8 bits Ø Ø Ø . Ø Ø Ø . Ø Ø Ø . Ø Ø Ø [POWER] Second 8 bits Ø...
  • Page 184 6.6.9.2.5.10 LPR Setting (LPR) LPR setting L P R [POWER] L P R O F F Disabled [PAUSE] L P R Enabled [PAUSE] Default value: OFF <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 185: Wireless Lan Standard Setting (wlan Standard)

    6.6.9.2.5.11 Wireless LAN Standard Setting (WLAN STANDARD) W L A N S T A N D A R D [POWER] W L A N 1 1 b / g [PAUSE] W L A N 1 1 b [PAUSE] W L A N 1 1 g [PAUSE] Default value: 11b/g...
  • Page 186: Overview Of Wireless Lan Authentication Setting

    6.6.9.2.6 Overview of Wireless LAN Authentication Setting Encryption Wireless LAN setting connection mode (ENCRYPT) (WLAN MODE) ADHOC WEP40 Connection type INFRA WEP104 (WEP/WPA) OPEN WEP40 SHARED WEP104 802.1X 802.1X authentication type connection type (SETTING) (AUTH) 802.1X EAP-TLS OPEN SYSTEM EAP-TTLS LEAP PEAP SHARED KEY...
  • Page 187: Wireless Lan Connection Mode Setting (wlan Mode)

    6.6.9.2.6.1 Wireless LAN Connection Mode Setting (WLAN MODE) W L A N M O D E [POWER] C O N N M O D E A D H O C [PAUSE] C O N N M O D E I N F R A [PAUSE] Default value: INFRA <Supplemental Explanations>...
  • Page 188: Adhoc Encryption Setting (encrypt)

    6.6.9.2.6.2 ADHOC Encryption Setting (ENCRYPT) C O N N M O D E A D H O C [POWER] E N C R Y P T O F F [PAUSE] E N C R Y P T W E P 4 Ø [PAUSE] E N C R Y P T W E P 1 Ø...
  • Page 189: Infra Wep/wpa Connection Type Setting (wep/wpa)

    6.6.9.2.6.3 INFRA WEP/WPA Connection Type Setting (WEP/WPA) C O N N M O D E I N F R A [POWER] W E P / W P A O P E N [PAUSE] W E P / W P A S H A R E D [PAUSE] W E P / W P A...
  • Page 190: X, Wpa, Wpa2 Connection Type Setting (auth)

    6.6.9.2.6.4 802.1X, WPA, WPA2 Connection Type Setting (AUTH) When 802.1X is selected: A U T H O P E N S Y S T E M [PAUSE] A U T H S H A R E D K E Y [PAUSE] Default value: OPEN SYSTEM <Supplemental Explanations>...
  • Page 191: X, Wpa, Wpa2 Authentication Type Setting (setting)

    6.6.9.2.6.5 802.1X, WPA, WPA2 Authentication Type Setting (SETTING) When OPEN SYSTEM is selected for 802.1X: S E T T I N G E A P - T L S [PAUSE] S E T T I N G E A P - T T L S [PAUSE] S E T T I N G L E A P...
  • Page 192 When WPA or WPA2 is selected for WEP/WPA: S E T T I N G E A P - T L S [PAUSE] S E T T I N G E A P - T T L S [PAUSE] S E T T I N G L E A P [PAUSE] S E T T I N G...
  • Page 193: Infra Encryption Setting (encrypt)

    6.6.9.2.6.6 INFRA Encryption Setting (ENCRYPT) When OPEN is selected: E N C R Y P T O F F [PAUSE] E N C R Y P T W E P 4 Ø [PAUSE] E N C R Y P T W E P 1 Ø...
  • Page 194: Default Key Setting (default Key)

    6.6.9.2.6.7 Default Key Setting (DEFAULT KEY) D E F A U L T K E Y [POWER] D E F A U L T K E Y [PAUSE] D E F A U L T K E Y [PAUSE] D E F A U L T K E Y [PAUSE] D E F A U L T...
  • Page 195: B Channel Setting (802.11b Channel)

    6.6.9.2.6.8 802.11b Channel Setting (802.11b CHANNEL) 8 0 2 . 1 1 b C H A N N E L [POWER] 8 0 2 . 1 1 b C H A N N [PAUSE] 8 0 2 . 1 1 b C H A N N [PAUSE] 8 0 2 .
  • Page 196: B Baud Rate Setting (802.11b Baud)

    6.6.9.2.6.9 802.11b Baud Rate Setting (802.11b BAUD) 8 0 2 . 1 1 b B A U D [POWER] B A U D R A T E 1 1 M [PAUSE] B A U D R A T E 5 . 5 M [PAUSE] B A U D R A T E...
  • Page 197: G Channel Setting (802.11g Channel)

    6.6.9.2.6.10 802.11g Channel Setting (802.11g CHANNEL) 8 0 2 . 1 1 g C H A N N E L [POWER] 8 0 2 . 1 1 g C H A N N [PAUSE] 8 0 2 . 1 1 g C H A N N [PAUSE] 8 0 2 .
  • Page 198: B Baud Rate Setting (802.11g Baud)

    6.6.9.2.6.11 802.11b Baud Rate Setting (802.11g BAUD) 8 0 2 . 1 1 g B A U D [POWER] B A U D R A T E 5 4 M [PAUSE] B A U D R A T E 4 8 M [PAUSE] B A U D R A T E...
  • Page 199 <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed. When the [FEED] and [PAUSE] keys are simultaneously pressed, the display returns to the system mode menu. When the [FEED] key or [PAUSE] key is pressed for 0.5 seconds or more during this setting, repeat mode is enabled and the key pressed is repeatedly entered.
  • Page 200: Wireless Lan Power Saving Setting (power Save Supported On V1.0c Or Later

    6.6.9.2.6.12 Wireless LAN Power Saving Setting (POWER SAVE) * Supported on V1.0C or later. P O W E R S A V E [POWER] P O W E R S A V E [PAUSE] P O W E R S A V E O F F [PAUSE] Default value: ON...
  • Page 201: Usable Channel List By Countries

    6.6.9.2.7 Usable Channel List by Countries Country code Country Usable Channel Usable Channel Japan 1-14 1-13 1-11 1-11 Canada 1-11 1-11 Australia 1-13 1-13 New Zealand 1-13 1-13 Mexico 1-11 1-11 South Africa 1-13 1-13 China 1-13 1-13 Hong Kong 1-13 1-13 Taiwan...
  • Page 202: Basic Setting

    6.6.10 BASIC Setting 6.6.10.1 BASIC Setting Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [FEED] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [FEED] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 203 (25) BASIC setting display B A S I C O F F [POWER] (26) Press the [POWER] key. (27) BASIC file browser setting F I L E M A I N T E N A N C E [POWER] (28) Press the [POWER] key. (29) The name of the file stored is displayed.
  • Page 204: Basic Interpreter Setting (basic Enable)

    6.6.10.1.1 BASIC Interpreter Setting (BASIC ENABLE) This setting selects whether the BASIC interpreter setting is enabled or disabled. Disabled B A S I C O F F [PAUSE] Enabled B A S I C [PAUSE] NOTES: When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 205: Basic File Browser (file Maintenance)

    6.6.10.1.2 BASIC File Browser (FILE MAINTENANCE) This function displays data stored in the BASIC file storage area (00 to 13). The number of data that can be displayed differs depending on the BASIC file storage area allocated. - - - - - - - [PAUSE] - - - - - - - [PAUSE]...
  • Page 206 LCD display when there is stored data: T E S T . T E X T Name of data stored (Max. 12 characters) Registration No. - 197 -...
  • Page 207: Basic Trace Setting (basic Trace)

    6.6.10.1.3 BASIC Trace Setting (BASIC TRACE) This setting selects whether the BASIC trace setting is enabled or disabled. Disabled T R A C E O F F [PAUSE] Enabled T R A C E [PAUSE] Default value: OFF <Supplemental Explanations> When the [FEED] key is pressed, the menu moves in the opposite direction from when the [PAUSE] key is pressed.
  • Page 208: Basic Expansion Mode (expand Mode)

    6.6.10.1.4 BASIC Expansion Mode (EXPAND MODE) The BASIC expansion mode program runs under the following conditions: The BASIC expansion mode program has already been loaded. The BASIC interpreter setting is set to ON (enabled). When executing the BASIC expansion mode program (1) System mode menu display E X P A N D M O D E...
  • Page 209: System Mode For Users (available Menu Items Are Limited.)

    6.7 SYSTEM MODE FOR USERS (AVAILABLE MENU ITEMS ARE LIMITED.) System Mode for Users [PAUSE] + [POWER] <0>SHUTDOWN [FEED] [PAUSE] <1>DIAGNOSTIC [FEED] [PAUSE] <2>MODE SETTING [FEED] [PAUSE] <3>ADJUST SET [FEED] [PAUSE] <4>TEST PRINT [FEED] [PAUSE] - 200 -...
  • Page 210: Key Functions

    6.8 KEY FUNCTIONS [POWER] key (1) Determines each of various parameter settings. [FEED] key: (1) Moves the menu. (2) Selects a setting parameter. [PAUSE] key: (1) Moves the menu. (2) Selects a setting parameter. 6.9 LED FUNCTIONS [STATUS] LED: Indicates the following statuses: (red/green/orange) Printer power, ON or OFF Printer error...
  • Page 211: Lcd Functions

    6.11 LCD FUNCTIONS The LCD displays printer status messages. The battery level mark and the external power source mark are updated every 5 seconds. LCD size: 16 digits × 1 line Radio intensity mark: Indicates a radio intensity level (when wireless LAN is enabled (WLAN=ON) for the wireless LAN model).
  • Page 212: Lcd Display At Startup

    6.12 LCD DISPLAY AT STARTUP [PAUSE] + [POWER] Startup of IPL J 1 0 A 1 0 B 1 0 C 1 0 1 0 D Startup of system mode S Y S T E M M O D E System mode menu <...
  • Page 213: Self-test

    6.12.1 Self-test 6.12.1.1 Self-test Operation Example (1) Printing of maintenance counter values, various parameter values, and automatic self-test result (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) <...
  • Page 214 (2) Print head check for broken dots (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 215 (3) LED check (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 216 (4) LCD check (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 217 (5) Beep check (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 218: Mode Setting

    6.12.2 Mode Setting 6.12.2.1 Mode Setting Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 219: Mode Setting Items

    [POWER] (24) Press the [POWER] key. * Supported on V1.0E or later. (25) System mode menu display (Mode setting) < 2 > M O D E S E T T I N G [POWER] (26) Hold down the [POWER] key for 3 seconds or more.
  • Page 220: Fine Adjustment Value Setting

    6.12.3 Fine Adjustment Value Setting 6.12.3.1 Fine Adjustment Value Setting Operation Example (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) <...
  • Page 221 (21) Strip position fine adjustment P E E L A D J . + 0 . 0 m m [POWER] (22) Press the [POWER] key. (23) Paper size for ESC/POS setting P A P E R S I Z E 1 1 4 m m * This display is for the B-EP4.
  • Page 222: Fine Adjustment Value Setting Items

    6.12.3.2 Fine Adjustment Value Setting Items For details, refer to the section, “6.6.4 Various Fine Adjustment Value Setting” in Chapter “6. SYSTEM MODE”. Item Default Feed amount fine adjustment setting +0.0mm (FEED ADJ.) X-coordinate fine adjustment setting +0.0mm (X ADJUST) Print tone fine adjustment setting (TONE ADJ.) Reflective sensor manual threshold fine adjustment setting...
  • Page 223: Test Print

    6.12.4 Test Print 6.12.4.1 Test Print Operation Example (1) Normal test print (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) <...
  • Page 224 (2) Assembly process test print mode (1) Power off state Power OFF (2) While holding down the [PAUSE] key, press the [POWER] key to turn the power on. [PAUSE] [POWER] (3) System mode menu display (Shutdown) < 0 > S H U T D O W N [PAUSE] (4) Press the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 225: Test Print Setting Items

    6.12.4.2 Test Print Setting Items For details, refer to the section, “6.6.4 Fine Adjustment Value Setting” in Chapter “6. SYSTEM MODE”. Item Default Issue count 1 label (ISSUE COUNT) Sensor NONE (No sensors used, i.e. position is not detected) (SENSOR) Print type AUTO (Print depending on the sensor used) (TYPE)
  • Page 226: Operation During Battery Charge By Ac Power Supply

    7. OPERATION DURING BATTERY CHARGE BY AC POWER SUPPLY This chapter describes the printer operations when the battery is charged by the AC adapter. 7.1 IN PRINTER POWER OFF STATE (1) When the AC adapter is connected with the battery installed: The external power source mark turns on and the battery level mark blinks.
  • Page 227: In Printer Power On State

    7.2 IN PRINTER POWER ON STATE (1) The AC adapter is connected: The external power source mark turns on and the battery level mark blinks. When the battery is fully charged, both the external power source mark and the battery level mark turn on.
  • Page 228: Power Save Mode

    8. POWER SAVE MODE This section described printer operations in power save mode. 8.1 SHIFTING TO POWER SAVE MODE When communication, key operations and cover open/close operations are not performed in a certain period of time to shift to power save mode, the printer enters power save mode. When the printer enters power save mode, the SLEEP icon appears on the LCD.

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