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Counter Reading
Manual
Barcode Label Printers
A guide on how to record counter
readings manually or automatically.
Service Information. Technical data is subject to change without prior notice.
Copyright © 2018 Toshiba Tec, May 2018

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  • Page 1 Counter Reading Manual Barcode Label Printers A guide on how to record counter readings manually or automatically. Service Information. Technical data is subject to change without prior notice. Copyright © 2018 Toshiba Tec, May 2018...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents How to manually record a counter reading ............. 3 Mobile printer: B-EP2 / B-EP4 ..............3 Mobile printer: B-FP3 ................... 4 Desktop printer: B-FV4D / B-FV4T ............... 5 Desktop printer: B-EV4D / B-EV4T............... 6 Mid-range printer: B-SA4TP / B-SATM ............7 '0.1 km counter' reading ................
  • Page 3: How To Manually Record A Counter Reading

    1. How to manually record a counter reading Mobile printer: B-EP2 / B-EP4 1. Press the [PAUSE] and [POWER] key until SYSTEM MODE and then <0>SHUTDOWN are shown on the display. SYSTEM MODE <0>SHUTDOWN 2. Press the [PAUSE] key once; <1>DIAGNOSTIC is now displayed. Confirm by pressing the [POWER] key;...
  • Page 4: Mobile Printer: B-Fp3

    Mobile printer: B-FP3 1.1 Press the [PAUSE] and [POWER] keys simultaneously. Once you have released the keys, SYSTEM MODE will appear on the display: 1.2 Press the [PAUSE] key once to select menu item 2 (Diagnostic) and press the [POWER] key to confirm your selection. 1.3 Press the [POWER] key again to select the menu item MAINTE CNT This will start the Diagnostic print.
  • Page 5: Desktop Printer: B-Fv4D / B-Fv4T

    Desktop printer: B-FV4D / B-FV4T Counter reading for ‘0.1 km counter’ (FEED1) and ‘cm/inch counter’ (FEED2) Test print 1. Turn off the printer and insert full-width media (104 mm). 2. Press the [FEED] key as you switch on the printer. The LED 1 and 2 will illuminate in the following order: orange →...
  • Page 6: Desktop Printer: B-Ev4D / B-Ev4T

    Desktop printer: B-EV4D / B-EV4T Test print 1. Turn off the printer and insert media. 2. Press the [FEED] key as you switch on the printer. The LED will light up in the following sequence: green (flashing) → red (flashing) → orange (flashing) → orange →...
  • Page 7: Mid-Range Printer: B-Sa4Tp / B-Satm

    Mid-range printer: B-SA4TP / B-SATM a) '0.1 km counter' reading 1. Press the [PAUSE] and [FEED] key until <1>DIAG is shown on the display. <1>DIAG. 2. Press the [PAUSE] key once; PRT TYPE TRANSFR is now displayed. Check the print settings and confirm by pressing on the [PAUSE] key. Confirm by pressing the [PAUSE] key again as soon as MAINTENANCE CONT is displayed.
  • Page 8: B) 'Cm/Inch Counter' Reading

    Mid-range printer: B-SA4TP / B-SA4TM b) 'Cm/inch counter' reading Note: - FW update for 'cm/inch counter' may be required. o B-SA4T Series, FW version: B-SA_MAIN_C2.1 o B-SA4T Series, Boot version: B-SA_BOOT_1.2A - The new/additional 'cm/inch counter' is available for use as soon as the new FW is installed.
  • Page 9: Mid-Range Printer: B-852

    Mid-range printer: B-852 1. Press the [PAUSE] and [FEED] key until <1>DIAG is shown on the display. <1>DIAG. 2. Press the [PAUSE] key once; PRT TYPE TRANSFR is now displayed. Check the print settings and confirm by pressing on the [PAUSE] key. Confirm by pressing the [PAUSE] key again as soon as MAINTENANCE CONT is displayed.
  • Page 10: Industrial Printer: B-Sx4 / B-Sx5 / B-Sx6 / B-Sx8

    Industrial printer: B-SX4 / B-SX5 / B-SX6 / B-SX8 a) '0.1 km counter' reading 1. Press the [PAUSE] and [FEED] key until <1>DIAG is shown on the display. <1>DIAG. 2. Press the [PAUSE] key once; PRT TYPE TRANSFR is now displayed. Check the print settings and confirm by pressing on the [PAUSE] key.
  • Page 11: B) 'Cm/Inch Counter' Reading

    Industrial printer: B-SX4 / B-SX5 / B-SX6 / B-SX8 b) 'Cm/inch counter' reading Note: - FW update for 'cm/inch counter' may be required. o B-SX4T Series, FW version: C5.8 o B-SX5T Series, FW version: C5.8 o B-SX6T Series, FW version: C1.6 o B-SX8T Series, FW version: C1.6 - The new/additional 'cm/inch counter' is available for use as soon as the new FW is installed.
  • Page 12: Industrial Printer: B-Ex4T1 / B-Ex4T2 / B-Ex4D2

    Industrial printer: B-EX4T1 / B-EX4T2 / B-EX4D2 c) '0.1 km counter' reading 1. As you switch the printer on, hold down the [FEED] and [PAUSE] keys or the [MODE] key. Release the keys when '<1> DIAG' appears on the display. The printer is now in System mode for system administrators.
  • Page 13 B-EX4T1 / B-EXT2 / B-EX4D2 Example print: Page 13...
  • Page 14: D) 'Cm/Inch Counter' Reading

    B-EX4T1 / B-EX4T2 / B-EX4D2 d) 'Cm/inch counter' reading Note: - Status: March 2013, version for B-EX4T1/T2 only. - FW update for 'cm/inch counter' may be required. o B-EX4T1-GS/TS series, version: C1.3 o B-EX4T2-GS/TS series, version: C1.2A - The new/additional 'cm/inch counter' is available for use as soon as the new FW is installed.
  • Page 15 B-EX4T1 / B-EX4T2 / B-EX4D2 Example print: Page 15...
  • Page 16: Industrial Printer: B-Ex4T3-Hs

    Industrial printer: B-EX4T3-HS a) '0.1 km counter' reading The recording process is the same as for the B-EX4T1 / B-EX4T2 / B-EX4D2 Series (see previous pages). b) 'Cm/inch counter' reading Before the launch of the V1.2A firmware, only the 0.1 km counter was available and not the ‘cm/inch’...
  • Page 17: Industrial Printer: B-Ex6T1 / B-Ex6T3

    1.10 Industrial printer: B-EX6T1 / B-EX6T3 a) '0.1 km counter' reading 1. Press the [MODE] key as you switch on the printer. Release the keys when SYSTEM Mode appears on the display. 2. Press the arrow under the cursor key to select the menu item <1>...
  • Page 18 a) Once you have selected a print type, the printer will ask whether you wish to use the ‘paper cutting’ option. Use the cursors keys to select your option. Use the [ENTER] key to confirm your selection. b) Once you have selected a print type, the following submenu will be displayed.
  • Page 19: B) 'Cm/Inch Counter' Reading

    B-EX6T1 / B-EX6T3 b) 'Cm/inch counter' reading 1. The printer is in ONLINE mode. 2. Press the [PAUSE] key. 3. Press and hold the cursor key [ARROW UP] for more than three seconds. The counter reading will then be displayed. Press the CANCEL key to return to ONLINE mode.
  • Page 20: Software-Supported Manual Reading

    2. Software-supported manual reading 2.1. BCP Setting Tool The BCP Setting Tool is a service tool that offers an easy way of configurating a printer to a PC. This tool supports the USB, LAN, and RS-232 communication interfaces for the following printer models: •...
  • Page 21: Tec Barcode Net Admin / Snmp Tool Network Printer Management Tool

    2.2. TEC Barcode Net Admin / SNMP Tool Network printer management tool The ‘TEC Barcode Net Admin’ software is a network management tool for monitoring all SNMP-enabled printers (label printers, laser printers, and multifunctional systems). Double-click on the printer line to display the ‘Printer Monitor’ window with counter data: Page 21...
  • Page 22: Central Printer Management - Label Printer And Multifunctional Systems

    Central printer management – Label printer and multifunctional systems e-BRIDGE Fleet Management System (EFMS) e-BRIDGE Fleet Management System is a central piece of software for monitoring label printers, printers, and multifunctional systems via a web-based interface. It offers various ways of improving customers’ work processes. The advantages: ...
  • Page 23 EFMS V6.30 supports the following systems (EFMS_SupportModel List_E_Rev6): Page 23...
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  • Page 26: Technical Annex

    MIB commands and trap specifications. 4.1. SNMP/MIB commands This is an excerpt from the SNMP specification for label printers edition: 14 November 2016: The following printer models can be equipped with SNMP/MIB support. B-EP2 B-EP4 B-FP3D (SNMP v1/v2c) B-EV4 B-FV4 B-SA4 B-850-R...
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