Epson Printer C I - 4 0 7 0 user manual

User manual for the device Epson Printer C I - 4 0 7 0

Device: Epson Printer C I - 4 0 7 0
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User's Manual
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Acknowledgements EPSON is a Trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. IBM is a Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. ProPrinter is a Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. A Publication of Output Solutions GmbH Bavierstraße 1 D-40699 Erkrath Federal Republic of Germany January 2002 Great care has been taken to ensure that the information in this handbook is accurate and complete. However, should any errors or omissions be discovered or should any user wish to

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Safety Regulations The printer PP 407 (CI - 4070) and PP 408 (CI - 4080) fulfils the safety regulations according to UL 1950 and VDE (IEC 950) and CNA/CSA 22.2 / No. 950 for computer systems. The mains cable must be connected to a ground protected wall-socket. The selected voltage of the printer needs to agree with the local voltage. The power plug must be easily accessible at any time so that it can be disconnected immediately in case of danger or for maintenance purposes. Comme le câble de s

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Safety Regulations Electromagnetic Compatibility We certify that the equipment at issue, Type: Printer PP 407 (CI - 4070) and PP 408 (CI - 4080) corresponds to the law regulations ruling electromagnetic compatibility of appliances (89/336/EWG) and, therefore, fulfils the requirements for conformity marking with the CE-sign. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide re

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Safety Regulations Operating Environment Avoid installing the printer where it is exposed to moisture or heat (eg. direct sun light). S Temperature: + 10EC to + 35EC (+50EF to +95EF) S Humidity: 20% to 80% Slots and openings in the printer's housing are provided for ventilation. Always ensure that these openings are not obstructed. Also ensure that the cables at the rear of the printer do not interfere with the output paper path. When processing fanfold paper always place the printer with its

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Table of Contents Preface ....................................................... X About this Manual ............................................... X Conventions used in this Guide ................................... XII 1. Getting Started ............................................ 1-1 1.1 Unpacking .............................................. 1-1 S CI - 4070 ............................................. 1-1 S Transport Lock ........................................ 1-3 S Repacking Infor

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Table of Contents 2. Printer Operation .......................................... 2-1 2.1 Control Panel ........................................... 2-1 2.2 Function Keys ........................................... 2-2 2.2.1 Short Description of Keys ............................... 2-2 S in the printer operation state READY or BUSY ............ 2-2 S in the printer operation state LOCAL .................... 2-2 2.2.2 Detail Description of Keys in the printer operation state READY or BUSY ........

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Table of Contents 3. Configuring the Printer ...................................... 3-1 3.1 What means Configuration ................................. 3-1 3.2 Standard Configuration .................................... 3-3 3.3 Explanation of the Printout .................................. 3-5 3.4 Explanation of Individual Menu Items ......................... 3-6 Main Functions ............................................. 3-6 S MACRO SELECT ......................................... 3-6 S CHANGE

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Table of Contents Main Function INSTALLATION Sub-Function INTERFACE ................................... 3-17 S BUFFER .............................................. 3-17 S WORD LENGTH ........................................ 3-17 S I/F TYPE .............................................. 3-17 S BAUD RATE ........................................... 3-17 S PARITY BIT ............................................ 3-17 S PROTOCOL ........................................... 3-17 Sub-Function ADJUSTMENT

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Table of Contents 4. Maintenance ............................................... 4-1 S Preferred Materials ........................................ 4-1 4.1 Cleaning the Platen and Surrounding Areas .................... 4-1 S Print Test 3 .............................................. 4-2 4.2 Cleaning Procedure ....................................... 4-3 4.3 User Replaceable Parts .................................... 4-4 4.3.1 Replacement of the Print Head ............................ 4-4 S Print

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Table of Contents Appendix A System Interface Descriptions .......................... A-1 1 Serial Interface RS 232 C ..................................... A-2 S Interface Characteristics ................................... A-2 1.2 Transmission Protocols .................................... A-3 1.2.1 DTR - Ready/Busy ....................................... A-3 1.2.2 XON / XOFF ............................................ A-6 ® 2 Parallel Centronics Interface .................................. A

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Preface About this Manual This manual covers the printer in combination with an interface module (Perso- nality Module). The Personality Module (PM) is an integral part of the printer, and the type of PM used determines the functionality of the printer especially regarding the user and system interface. The structure of this manual is such that the operator is led step-by-step through the various procedures. It starts with the unpacking and setting-up, moves on to detailed instructions for ope

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Preface 4. Maintenance shows how to clean the printer and how to replace the platen and the print head. 5. Trouble Shooting and Diagnostics suggests how to identify and correct simple problems. 6. Technical Data All technical details or data about the printer can be found here. Appendix A. Interface Description This chapter gives hints about possibilities to connect the printer to the various computer systems and explains particularities depending on the version of the operating system. Additio

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Preface Conventions Used in this Guide The following conventions are used: Bold Headlines and important information. Note: Contains special advice to facilitate handling. Caution: Contains important information to prevent damage of the equipment. [ENTER] Key functions are always depicted in brackets or you will find the symbol of the key e.g . Abbreviations and Acronyms DRAFT Draft Quality EE Eastern European LCD Liquid Crystal Display LED Light Emitting Diode LQ Letter Quality MACRO User defin

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1. Getting Started 1.1 Unpacking Check each item against the check list detailed below. Contact your delivery agent immediately if any item is missing or damaged. The printer package for the CI - 4070 should contain the following parts: S 24-Needle Printer (1) - Quick Reference Guide (2) S Ribbon cassette (3) - Power cord (4) S Two tractor cassettes (5) (already mounted) S Top cover (6) (already mounted) - CD-ROM (7) 7 6 4 3 8 2 5 1 A separate box contains the Personality Module (8). 1-1

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Getting Started The printer package for the CI - 4080 should contain the following parts: S 24-Needle Printer (1) S Cutting Device (2) (separate packing - see Packing Note) S Ribbon cassette (3) S Power cord (4) S Two tractor cassettes (5) (already mounted) S Top cover (6) (separate packing - see Packing Note) S Quick Reference Guide (7) S CD-ROM (8) 6 4 2 3 9 7 5 8 1 A separate box contains the Personality Module (9). 1-2

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Getting Started Note: Mount the Cutter and the Top Cover (only for the CI - 4080) as described in the enclosed Packing Note. Do not connect to the mains until the mains voltage selection has been checked and the PM is installed. Repacking Information Save all packing material and boxes for future transportation of the printer. To ensure maximum protection when transporting the printer, please pay attention to the following: 1. Push the output stacker into the top cover and remove the power cord.

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Getting Started 1.2 Installing the Personality Module The printer functions only in combination with an installed interface module, called a Personality Module (PM). The illustration below shows the standard PM with a serial and parallel interface. For detailed information about your PM, see Chapter 2. Note: - To avoid damage due to electrostatic discharge, do not touch the pins or components of the PM. - Never attempt to install or remove a PM while the printer is switched ON. 1. Remove the PM

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Getting Started 1.3 The Power Supply Mains Voltage Selection In general, the mains voltage selection is determined at factory site. Since an incorrect voltage selection can seriously damage the printer, please pay special attention to the following: 1. Make sure that the specified voltage on the voltage selector (8) corresponds to your mains voltage: either 230 V for 180 to 264 V alternating current or 115 V for 90 to 140 V alternating current. 2. If it is necessary to change the voltage, slide

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Getting Started 1.4 Power ON/OFF Switch The power ON/OFF switch (10) turns the printer's power supply ON or OFF. When switched ON the printer performs an internal self-test which checks the electronics, the print head carriage movement and the interface. Power ON is indicated by a green LED on the operator panel (53). When the internal test has been completed successfully the display shows READY 1 ELQ (or BUSY 1 ELQ in case data has already been transmitted). If an error occurs the display will


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