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DM-D110
Technical Reference
guide
English
EPSON
410826900
Rev.A

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference guide English EPSON 410826900 Rev.A...

  • Page 3: Revision Information

    Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by the purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the U.S.)

  • Page 4: Related Software And Documents

    This provides information for anyone who is programming using the APD (EPSON Advanced Printer Driver) Guide for DM-D110 right side up printing This provides information on the DM-D110 printer for anyone who is using the right side up printing mode. Rev. A...

  • Page 5: Emc And Safety Standards Applied

    Neither Seiko Epson Corporation nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by purchaser or third parties as a result of: accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the U.S.) failure to...

  • Page 6: Key To Symbols

    Shut down your equipment immediately if it produces smoke, a strange odor, or unusual noise. Continued use may lead to fire. Immediately unplug the equipment and contact your dealer or a Seiko Epson service center for advice. Never attempt to repair this product yourself. Improper repair work can be dangerous.

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    Do not allow foreign matter to fall into the equipment. Penetration by foreign objects may lead to fire. If water or other liquid spills into this equipment, unplug the power cord immediately, and then contact your dealer or a Seiko Epson service center for advice. Continued usage may lead to fire. CAUTION: Do not connect cables in ways other than those mentioned in this manual.

  • Page 8: About This Manual

    About This Manual Aim of the Manual This manual was created to provide information on the DM-D110 customer display for anyone who is developing hardware, installations, or programs. Programmers will also want to consult other documents. Contents of the Manual Chapter 1, “General Information.”...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    DM-D110 Standard Model Interface Connectors ........

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    Features of Windows Driver (EPSON Advanced Printer Driver) ....... . .

  • Page 11: General Information

    The DM-D110 can be installed in the EPSON HSS series and TM printers by using the option parts. The DM-D110 can be placed at a height that is easy to see by using the extension pole. The communication speed can be set to 2400bps - 115200bps in accordance with the RS-232 interface.

  • Page 12: Installation Example

    1.2 Installation Example The DM-D110 can be attached to the EPSON HSS series and TM printers, and it can be attached to a DM-D stand. 1.3 Connection Example 1.3.1 Pass-through Connection The pass through connection is the way of connecting the TM printer with the cash drawer by passing through the stand of the customer display by using one serial port of the host personal computer.

  • Page 13: Stand-alone Connection

    COM3. 1.3.3 Y-type Connection Y-type Connection is the way of connecting the DM-D110 with the customer display and the cash drawer by passing through the printer from one serial/USB port of the host personal computer.

  • Page 14: System Requirements

    A customer display can display and be controlled using any of the following three methods: 1. ESC/POS commands 2. EPSON OPOS ADK 3. Windows printer driver (EPSON Advanced Printer Driver) Refer to the "Application development information" in Chapter 5 from the characteristics of each.

  • Page 15: Cautions On Handling

    2.2 Usage The DM-D110 can be used with the following equipment. IR-320 series. You can attach the DM-D110 to the IM series using the “DM-D pole unit for IR” (DP-504). (Refer to the IR-320 Technical Reference manual.) IR-700 series. You can attach the DM-D110 to the IR-700 the DM-D support unit (DP-506) for IR- 700 series.

  • Page 16: Accessories

    Attach the DM-D110 by usingb the following procedure. 2.4.1 Attaching to the DM-D stand The DM-D110 can be attached directly to the DM-D stand using the “DM-D stand unit for DM Customer Display” (DP-110). The DM-D110 with the DM-D stand can be connected to a TM printer, or be used as a standalone product.

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 2.4.1.1 Required items The following items are used to attach the DM-D110 to the DM-D stand. The power supply unit (PS-180) and the extension support (DP-105) are options. For details, ask your dealer. <DM-D stand unit for DM Customer Display (DP-110)>...

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    2.4.1.2 Connectors for the DP-110-1x1 The connectors for the DP-110-1x1 are as follows: printer connector display connector computer connector extension cable connector power supply unit connector Note: Inch-type hexagonal lock screws are installed in the RS-232 connector. If millimeter-type lock screws are needed, use the millimeter-type lock screws of the accessory.

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 2.4.1.4 Precautions on using the power supply unit To avoid damage to the DM-D110 and the power supply unit, make sure to note the following points. Use the optional Seiko Epson products, PS-180 as the power supply.

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    Insert the tab on the DM-D110 (or the extension support) into the hole on the DM-D stand until you feel it click. 3. When connecting to a TM printer with a Y-type connection, skip to step 13. Connect the cable for the DM-D110 to the display connector on the DM-D stand until you feel it click.

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 4. Connect one end of the interface cable to the computer connector inside the DM-D stand and connect the other end to the RS-232 connector of the host personal computer. Tighten the screws on both ends of the cables to fasten them.

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    6. When not using the extension cable for the power supply packed with the DM-D stand, go to step 7. When using the extension cable, connect it (with the arrow mark up) to the extension cable connector indicated by “POWER OUT” on the DM-D stand; then connect the other end to the power connector on the printer.

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 9. Arrange the cables as shown below. Put the cables for the DM-D110 inside the DM-D stand. 10. Attach the base plate to the DM-D stand following the numbered arrows shown below. Then push the base plate until it is locked by the hook on the DM-D stand.

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    14. Set the DIP switch of the DM-D110 and switch the communication speed as follows. (Refer to Chapter 3 doe details of the DIP switch setting.) Communication speed: 19200bps Communication data length: 8Bit Parity: 15. Attach the base plate to the DM-D stand following the numbered arrows shown below. Then push the base plate until it is locked by the hook on the DM-D stand.

  • Page 25: Attaching To The Tm-h6000 Series/tm-u675

    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 2.4.2 Attaching to the TM-H6000 Series/TM-U675 The DM-D110 can be attached directly to the TM-H6000II/TM-U675 printers using the “DM-D pole unit for TM printers (Type A)” (DP-502). You can attach fixing plate A on either side of the TM-H6000II/TM-U675.

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    2.4.2.2 Assembling steps 1. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through support C, and attach support C to the DM-D110. When using support B for extension, insert the tab on support B into the hole on support C until you feel it click.

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 4. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through the hole on fixing plate A, and fix the cable at the bottom as shown below. 5. Connect the cable for the DM-D110 to the DM connector on the TM printer.

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    7. The horizontal rotation mechanism of fixing plate A can be adjusted. To secure the location of the display, set fixing plate A to either one of the following four positions and secure it with the angle fixing screw. 2-14 Setup information...

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    8. Store any excess cable in the support and attach the DM-D110 to fixing plate A. 9. Connect the power cable of the printer. To avoid disconnection, hook the cable on the tabs on fixing plate B, as shown below.

  • Page 30: Attaching To The Tm-h5000 Series/tm-j8000

    (for extension) 2.4.3.2 Assembling steps 1. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through support C and attach support C to the DM-D110. When using support B for extension, insert the tab on support B into the hole on support C until you feel it click.

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    3. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through the base. 4. Insert the tab on the base into the hole on the support until you feel it click. 5. Connect the cable for the DM-D110 to the DM connector on the TM printer. Setup information 2-17...

  • Page 32: Attaching To The Tm-u950

    TM printers (Type A)” (DP-502). 2.4.4.1 Required items The following items are used to attach the DM-D110 to the TM-U375/TM-U950 printers. These items are packed with the “DM-D pole unit for TM printers (Type A)” (DP-502). <For TM-U950>...

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 2.4.4.2 Assembling steps 1. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through support C and attach support C to the DM-D110. When using support B for extension, insert the tab on support B into the hole on support C until you feel it click.

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    3. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through the hole on fixing plate A and fix the cable at the bottom as shown below. 4. Connect the cable for the DM-D110 to the DM connector on the TM printer. 5. Adjust the length of the cable and secure fixing plate A to the printer with screws.

  • Page 35: Attaching To Other Tm Printers

    6. Store any excess cable in the support, and attach the DM-D110 to fixing plate A. 2.4.5 Attaching to Other TM Printers When using with other TM printers, the DM-D110 can be attached to a desk or other surface, using the “DM-D pole unit for TM printers (Type A)” (DP-502), and Velcro tapes or screws.

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    2.4.5.2 Assembling steps using Velcro tapes 1. Attach Velcro tapes to the bottom of fixing plate A. 2. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through support C and attach support C to the DM- D110. When using support B for extension, insert the tab on support B into the hole on support C until you feel it click.

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 3. Pass the cable for the DM-D110 through the hole on fixing plate A, and fix the cable at the bottom as shown below. 4. Connect the cable for the DM-D110 to the DC connector on the TM printer.

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    2.4.5.3 Assembling steps using screws 1. Follow steps 2 and 3 in “Assembling steps using Velcro tapes.” 2. Secure fixing plate A to the setting position with fixing screws. 3. Attach the DM-D110 to fixing plate A. 2-24 Setup information...

  • Page 39: Dip Switches

    3.1.1 Transfer Speed Switching Transfer Speed SW1-5 SW1-6 SW1-7 (bps) 2400 4800 9600*1 19200*2 38400 57600 115200 (Reserved) *1 Default Setting *2 Setting that is used when connecting to a USB model of an EPSON TM printer. DIP Switches 3-1...

  • Page 40: Setting The Dip Switches

    3.1.2 Setting the DIP switches CAUTION: Remove the cable of the DM-D110 before removing the DIP switch cover to prevent electrical damage to the DM-D110. 1. Remove the cable of the DM-D110. 2. Remove the DIP switch cover. DIP switch cover 3.

  • Page 41: Hardware

    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide Chapter 4 Hardware 4.1 Interface Signal Connection Diagram The illustration below shows the signal connections of the interface: DP-110-1x1 Rev. A Hardware 4-1...

  • Page 42: Data Flow

    With the pass-through connection, the command from one serial port of the host personal computer is transmitted through the DM-D stand to control the DM-D110, the printer and the drawer. The data flow which is connected through the DM-D stand is as follows.

  • Page 43: Standalone Connection

    Power supply When 1-2 of JP1 and JP2 are selected, the data from the host personal computer is transmitted to the DM-D110 and the data from the DM-D110 is transmitted to the host personal computer with the standalone connection. The standalone connection is effective only when the DM-D110 is selected and the user setting commands is used.

  • Page 44: Y-type Connection

    With the Y-type connection, the command from the serial/USB port of the host personal computer is transmitted through the printer to control the DM-D110 and the cash drawer. The data flow when the DM-D110 is connected with the Y-type connection is as follows. Host PC...

  • Page 45: Dm-d110 Standard Model Interface Connectors

    Frame ground Output (1) When the DM-D110 is connected with a pass-through or Y-type connection: Transmits data to the printer. (2) When the DM-D110 is connected as a standalone: Transmits data to the host. Input Receives data from the host.

  • Page 46: Dm-d110 And Pc Connection Cable

    4.3 DM-D110 and PC Connection Cable The host interface connector connects the host computer to the DM-D110 standard model via the DM-D stand. Type: D-SUB 25-pin connector (female type) The optional stand provides the host interface connector shown in the figure below.

  • Page 47: Dp-110 Printer Interface Connector

    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 4.3.1 DP-110 Printer Interface Connector The printer interface connector connects a standard model DM-D110 to the printer via the DM-D stand. Type: D-SUB 9-pin connector (male type) The optional stand provides the printer interface connector shown in the figure below.

  • Page 48: Dp-110 Power Supply Connector

    Both connectors have the same electrical characteristics (signal functions, signal direction, signal level). These connectors can be used for the DM-D110 power supply connector to the display interface board or the power supply connector to the printer.

  • Page 49: Application Development Information

    Driver 5.1.2 5.1.2 Driver Driver The following drivers are provided to control the customer display. EPSON OPOS ADK (Recommended) Windows Printer Driver (EPSON Advanced Printer Driver) 5.1.3 5.1.3 5.1.3 5.1.3 Features of Features of Features of EPSON OPOS ADK Features of...

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    As the APD for the customer display, a package for use in a standalone environment and a package for use with the same port as the TM printer are provided. APD and manuals provided by EPSON are required to use the APD. Download them from our homepage.

  • Page 51: Selecting Environment And Driver

    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide 5.2 Selecting Environment and Driver Select the driver for the customer display depending on your environment. Environment other than .net Windows environment .net environment (Embedded fonts in the customer display are available.) When you develop a new Use OPOS.

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    5-4 Application Development Information Application Development Information Application Development Information Application Development Information Rev. A...

  • Page 53: Appendix A

    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide Appendix A Character Code Tables A.1 Page 0 (PC437: U.S.A., standard Europe) (international character set: U.S.A.) Page 0 Indicated characters (00H-7FH) Note 1: Character codes from 00H (hexadecimal) to 7FH (hexadecimal) for each page are the same.

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    Page 0 Indicated Characters (80H?FFH) Appendix A-2 Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Rev. A...

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide A.2 Page 1 (Katakana) Page 1 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Appendix A-3 Rev. A Character Code Tables Character Code Tables...

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    A.3 Page 2 (PC850: multilingual) Page 2 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Appendix A-4 Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Rev. A...

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide A.4 Page 3 (PC860: Portuguese) Page 3 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Appendix A-5 Rev. A Character Code Tables Character Code Tables...

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    A.5 Page 4 (PC863: Canadian-French) Page 4 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Appendix A-6 Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Rev. A...

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide A.6 Page 5 (PC865: Nordic) Page 5 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Appendix A-7 Rev. A Character Code Tables Character Code Tables...

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    A.7 Page 16 (WPC1252) Page16 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Appendix A-8 Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Rev. A...

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide A.8 Page 17 (PC866: Cyrillic2) Page17 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Appendix A-9 Rev. A Character Code Tables Character Code Tables...

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    A.9 Page 18 (PC852: Latin2) Page18 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Appendix A-10 Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Rev. A...

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide A.10 Page19 (PC858: Euro) Page19 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Appendix A-11 Rev. A Character Code Tables Character Code Tables...

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    A.11 Page254 (Space) Page254 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) Appendix A-12 Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Rev. A...

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    DM-D110 Technical Reference Guide A.12 Page255 (Space) Page255 Indicated Characters (80H-FFH) UD: undefined Character Code Tables Character Code Tables Appendix A-13 Rev. A Character Code Tables Character Code Tables...

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    A.13 International character set International characters listed in Table 4.3.14 can be changed by using the ESC R command. Refer to the description of the ESC R command in Section 5.3, Command Details. ASCII code (Hex) Country 5B 5C 5D 5E 7B 7C 7D 7E U.S.A ¥...

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