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Important Safety Precautions
Note of the following safety precautions before using the label printer for the first time. Keep these safety precautions and operating instructions on hand for future reference.
About safety precaution symbols
The following symbols are used in this manual and on the product itself to alert you and others to the risk of personal and material injury. Warning This symbol indicates an item that can result in death or serious personal injury if ignored. Caution This symbol indicates an item that can result in serious personal injury or material damage if ignored.
AC adaptor Do not allow the power cord to become damaged or broken, and never modify, over bend, twist, or pull it. Never place heavy objects on the power cord, and never expose it to direct heat. A damaged power cord creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Use only the AC adaptor specified for this unit (optional AD-A95100). Use of another AC adaptor creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Should the power cord become seriously damaged (internal wiring is exposed or cut), request servicing from your original dealer. Use of a seriously damaged power cord creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Never touch the AC adaptor when your hands are wet. Doing so creates the danger of electrical shock. Never try to take the unit apart Never try to take the unit apart or modify it in any way. Doing so creates the danger of electrical shock, burn injury, or other personal injury. Never remove the outer cover of the unit. Exposure of high-voltage components inside creates the danger of electrical shock. Packaging Keep the plastic bag that the unit comes in out of the reach of small children. Plastic bags create the danger of suffocation for small children. Avoid dropping Should the unit ever become damaged by falling down, immediately turn off power and unplug the power cord from the wall socket. Request servicing from your original dealer. Use of a damaged unit creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Batteries Never charge batteries, try to take batteries apart, or allow batteries to become shorted. Never expose batteries to direct heat or dispose of them by incineration.
A circle indicates something you should not do. This symbol indicates you should not try to take something apart. A black circle indicates something you must do. This symbol indicates you should unplug something.
Power supply and voltage Use only a power source whose output matches the rating marked on the plate on the bottom of the label printer. Also, avoid plugging too many appliances into the same extension cord. The wrong voltage or overloading of an AC outlet creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Serious malfunction Continued use of the unit when smoke or a strange odor is coming from it creates the danger of electrical shock. Immediately turn power off. Request servicing from your original dealer.
Tape Cutter Never touch the tape cutter while a tape cut operation is being performed. Doing so can result in cuts and other personal injury. Microwave oven containers Never affix labels to containers used for heating food in a microwave oven. The label material contains metal, which creates the risk of sparking and burn injury when heated in a microwave oven. Heating in a microwave oven can also cause deformation of the container to which the label is affixed.
Avoid unstable areas Never place the unit on a wobbly table or a high shelf. Doing so can cause it to fall, resulting in personal injury. Water and other foreign matter Never allow coffee, juice, or other drinks, or flower vases to spill on the unit. Liquid spilled on the unit creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Should liquid ever spill onto the unit, immediately turn off power. Request servicing from your original dealer. Never allow metal objects or combustible materials to get into the air vents of the unit. Doing so creates the danger of fire and electrical shock. Location Avoid leaving the unit in areas subjected to high humidity and large amounts of dust. Such conditions create the danger of fire and electrical shock. Avoid leaving the unit on a kitchen table, next to a humidifier, or in any other area where it might come into contact with oil vapors or steam. Such conditions create the danger of fire and electrical shock. Never place heavy objects on the unit. Doing so creates the danger of the unit falling, resulting in personal injury.
Label Printer Menus
Label Printer operation is designed to be as simple as possible, thanks to onscreen menus that you can use to select the settings you need. Each menu is described in detail in the sections that follow in this manual, but note the following general points when using them. The item that is underlined in a menu is the one that is currently selected.
Currently selected item
A handy low battery power indicator lets you know when battery power is getting too low for proper operation. The message LOW BATTERY appears on the display if battery power is low when you perform any of the following operations. Turn power on Execute a print operation Whenever the LOW BATTERY message appears, press SET to clear it from the display. You should still be able to perform some Label Printer operations, but some power intensive operations (like printing) may become impossible if battery power is too low. In any case, you should replace batteries as soon as possible or switch to the AC adaptor as soon as possible after the LOW BATTERY message appears. Important! All data stored in memory is deleted whenever batteries go dead and when you replace batteries. Be sure to keep written backup copies of all important data. Batteries can burst or leak and damage your unit if you do not use them correctly. Note the following important points. Be sure that the plus (+) and minus () sides of each battery are facing correctly. Never mix batteries of different types. Never leave dead batteries in the Label Printer. Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the Label Printer for a long time. Replace the batteries in accordance with the battery life marked on the side of the battery. Warning! Never use recharged batteries with the unit. Do not expose batteries to direct heat, do not short circuit them, and do not try to take them apart. Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If swallowed, consult with a physician immediately. Be sure to replace the batteries in accordance with the battery life printed on the side of the battery itself.
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Use c, v, x and z to move the underlining left, right, up and down and change the selected item. Press SET to execute the underlined item, or ESC to exit the displayed menu (and return to the previous menu or screen) without selecting anything. When you press SET to execute a menu item, the Label Printer either moves on to the next menu, or it executes the selected function and returns to the text input screen that you started from.
This part of the manual tells you how to load batteries and the tape cartridge, and how to perform other basic setups for the Label Printer. Important! Be sure to read this section before attempting to use the Label Printer.
The Label Printer can be powered by six AA-size alkaline batteries or an optional AC adaptor (AD-A95100).
To load the batteries
AC Adaptor Caution
Note the following important precautions when using an AC adaptor to power your Label Printer. Use only a genuine CASIO AD-A95100 AC adaptor with the same voltage rating as the household current in your area. Using a wrong adaptor can damage your Label Printer. Be sure to turn the Label Printer off before you connect the adaptor. Do not turn power on until the adaptor is connected to the Label Printer and plugged into and AC outlet. Be sure to unplug the AC adaptor from the AC outlet whenever you are not using the Label Printer.
Do not touch the springs inside the battery compartment cover with your fingers while loading or replacing batteries. The springs have sharp areas and can cut your fingers. 1. Turn power off. If you are using the optional AC adaptor for power, you should also unplug it from the Label Printer. 2. Turn over the Label Printer. Open the battery compartment cover as shown in the illustration.
To connect the AC adaptor
Connect the adaptor to the Label Printer as shown in the illustration. Plug the other end into a standard household AC outlet.
3. Load batteries into the battery compartment. Be sure to use alkaline batteries. Make sure the positive (+) and negative () ends of the batteries are facing in the correct directions.
Turning Power On and Off
Press ON/OFF to turn power on and off. Important! If you are using the Label Printer for the first time, you should reset it first.
4. Replace the battery compartment cover.
Resetting the Memory
You should reset the memory of the Label Printer before using it for the first time, after you have not used it for a long time, or if nothing happens when you turn power on, even after you change the batteries. Important! Resetting Label Printer memory clears its memory of all input data.
Use the procedures described below to load a tape cartridge into the Label Printer. Important! Never try to push the tape back into the cassette. Once tape is out of the cassette, there is no way to wind it back in. Trying to do so can cause operational problems with the Label Printer. The following are the tape widths that can be used with this printer: 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 18mm.
To reset the memory
1. Make sure that Label Printer power is off. 2. While holding down the PRINT and ESC keys, press ON/OFF to turn power on. This prompt confirms whether or not you want to initialize the Label Printer.
To load a tape cartridge
1. Make sure that the Label Printer is turned off. 2. Lift open the cover.
I N I T I AL? SET ESC
3. Release the PRINT, ESC, and ON/OFF keys. 4. Press SET to initialize the Label Printer or ESC to abort the reset operation without initializing anything. See Initializing the Label Printer on page E-21 for information on the initial default settings of the Label Printer following the reset operation. 3. Remove the stopper from a new tape cartridge and check to see that the tape is ready to use.
Auto Power Off Function
If you do not perform any key operation for about six minutes, the Label Printer automatically turns power off. To restore power, press ON/OFF.
Make sure that the tape is under the tape guide and that it is not bent or twisted.
Rotate the dial on the side of the Label Printer to adjust display contrast.
Make sure that the tape does not extend too far past the tape guide. If it does, cut off the end with a pair of scissors.
4. Use a pencil or some other thin object to take up slack in the ink ribbon as shown in the illustration. Note that the tape does not move at this time. If the ink ribbon is slack when you load it into the Label Printer, it can break or cause some other problem. Be sure to turn the ink ribbon take up spool only in the direction indicated by the arrow (a). Turn the spool until the other spool (b) starts turning in the direction noted by the arrow. This indicates there is no slack in the ribbon. 5. Slide the printer head release in the direction indicated by the arrow. If there is a cartridge already in the Label Printer, remove it by grasping the cartridge on both sides with your thumb and forefinger, and lift straight up. 6. Load the tape cartridge into the Label Printer, making sure that the tape and ink ribbon pass between the head and roller. 7. Return the printer head release to its original position by sliding in the direction opposite to that indicated by the arrow in the illustration in step 5.
Inputting Characters and Symbols
This part of the manual tells you how to input characters. To make things easier to understand, we call everything you input a character, regardless of whether it is actually a letter, number, or symbol. Explanations here all use the default settings that are in effect from the initial power-on screen. For information on using other character styles, effects and sizes, see page E-13. Important! You can input up to 95 characters per label. Further input becomes impossible after you input the 95th character.
Display Symbols and Indicators
Before getting into actual input, you should first become acquainted with the symbols and indicators used on the Label Printer display.
Bar code indicator Style indicators
Shift indicator Code indicator
CAS I O C OM P U T E R
Stamp printing indicator
8. Close the cover. 9. Turn on Label Printer power and press FUNC and then PRINT (FEED) two or three times to make sure that the tape comes out without any problem. If the tape does not come out normally, turn off power and start again from step 1 above. Storage Precautions Keep tape cartridges out of areas subject to high temperature, humidity, and direct sunlight. These conditions can cause discoloration of the tape. When storing a cartridge, re-attach its stopper, and insert the cartridge in its original plastic bag and box.
Cursor Mirror image printing indicator
Character position marks
Function indicator This indicator appears when you press the FUNC key. Pressing a key while this indicator is on the display causes the function marked above that key to be executed.
Shift indicator This indicator appears when you press the SHIFT key. While this indicator is on the display, the keyboard is shifted, so the letter keys input upper-case alpha characters. The number keys input the punctuation symbols marked in the upper right corners of the keys. If both the caps mode indicator and the shift indicator are shown on the display, the keyboard is shifted to lower-case input. The keyboard automatically unshifts (and the shift indicator disappears) as soon as you input a character. Code indicator This indicator appears when you press the CODE key. While this indicator is on the display, number keys 1 through 0 input the accents marked above them and the U, O, P, A, S, J, K, L, Z, C and N keys input the special characters marked in their lower right corners. The keyboard automatically returns to normal (and the code indicator disappears) as soon as you input an accent. Caps indicator This indicator appears when the Label Printer is in the caps (upper-case) mode. All letters you input in the caps mode are upper-case. When the caps mode indicator is not shown on the display, all letters are input as lower-case. Note that the Label Printer stays in the caps mode until you press the CAPS key again. If both the caps mode indicator and the shift indicator are shown on the display, the keyboard is shifted to lower-case input. Bar code indicator This indicator appears when you are performing a bar code operation. Stamp printing indicator This indicator appears when you are performing a stamp operation. Effect indicators These indicators point to the character effect that is currently in use. You can select between shading, underline, and box.
To delete characters using the BS key
Example: To change the word CASSSIO to CASIO. 1. Use c and v to move the cursor under I.
CASSS I O
To change existing characters to different ones
Example: To change the text ABCDEF to XYZDEF. 1. With the original text on the display, use either the BS key or DEL key to delete the characters to be changed (ABC). 2. Input the new characters (XYZ).
2. Press BS twice to delete the two Ss to the left of the cursor, shifting IO to the left as you do. 3. Press FUNC and then v to jump back to the end of the characters for more input.
Character Size, Text Effects and Character Styles
Character Size Indicator 45 46
This part of the manual explains how to set the size of characters. It also tells you how to assign text effects like underlining, shading, and box printing, and how to select character styles like normal, outline, shadow, and raised.
There are two methods you can use to set the character size: AUTO and MANUAL. With AUTO, character size is set automatically in accordance with the tape size you are using and the number of lines you are printing. MANUAL lets you set the character size manually. The following table shows how AUTO decides which character size to use. Number of lines/tape size
tape size 6mm number of lines 1 line 2 lines 3 lines 11 22 11 9mm 12mm 18mm
Actual Size (Vertical Horizontal mm) 6mm 3mm 6mm 6mm 6mm 9mm 6mm 12mm 6mm 15mm 6mm 18mm 9mm 3mm 9mm 6mm 9mm 9mm 9mm 12mm 9mm 15mm 9mm 18mm 12mm 3mm 12mm 6mm 12mm 9mm 12mm 12mm 12mm 15mm 12mm 18mm
Character size changes are applied to printed text only. The size of the displayed text does not change. Important! Any character size specification you make is applied to all the characters on the display. You cannot make multiple specifications for specific characters. The maximum character size you can print depends on the size of the tape you have loaded in the Label Printer and the number of lines of text you are printing. If the character size you specify is greater than the maximum characters size limit, the Label Printer automatically adjust your text vertically to fit as shown in the tables below. The indicator E is shown on the right of the size to indicate when the character size has been adjusted.
The following table shows the 24 characters sizes that are available with MANUAL size setting. Character Size Indicator Actual Size (Vertical Horizontal) 3mm 3mm 3mm 6mm 3mm 9mm 3mm 12mm 3mm 15mm 3mm 18mm
6mm (1 line)
Horizontal 6 16
12mm (2 lines)
9mm (1 line)
18mm (1 line)
12mm (1 line)
At this size, certain text effects can cause closely spaced lines of text to overlap. When this size is being used, you cannot change the character style (page E-16).
18mm (2 lines, 3 lines)
Important! Whenever a horizontal size of 1 is being used, the lines of certain character styles can become broken.
Using Auto Sizing (AUTO)
1. Input the text. 2. Press FUNC 4 (SIZE) to display the size setting menu.
There are three text effects that you can assign: shading, underlining, and boxed text. The following shows examples of each. Shading: Underlining:
AUTO MANUA L
3. Make sure the pointer is aligned with AUTO and then press SET. Now the character size is automatically set.
Boxed Text: Text effect changes are applied to printed text only. The appearance of the displayed text does not change, but the text effect indicators will show you when a text effect is being used. Important! Any text effect specification you make is applied to all the characters on the display. You cannot make multiple specifications for specific characters. You can use the Shading, Underline, and Box effects in combination with each other, and even specify all three at the same time.
To specify character sizes (MANUAL)
1. Input the text. 2. Press FUNC 4 (SIZE) to display the size setting menu. 3. Use z to move the pointer to MANUAL and then press SET.
MANUA L S I ZE : 3 3
4. Specify the character size you want. Use c and v to move the underlining between the two dimensions. To change a dimension, press z to increase it or x to decrease it. Remember that the dimensions you can specify depend on the width of the tape loaded in the label printer (see table, above). 5. When the character size you want to specify is on the display, press SET to select it and return to the text display. Note You could also perform the above procedure in reverse, specifying the character size first and then inputting the text.
To specify a text effect
1. Input the text. 2. Press FUNC 5 (EFFECT) to display a menu of text effects.
CANCE L SHAD I NG
3. Use z and x to move the pointer to the effect you want to use. 4. When the pointer is located at the effect you want to specify, press SET to select it and return to the text display. Note You could also perform the above procedure in reverse, specifying the text effect first and then inputting the text.
NORMA L OU T L I NE
3. Use z and x to move the pointer to the style you want to use. 4. When the pointer is located at the style you want to specify, press SET to select it and return to the text display. Note You could also perform the above procedure in reverse, specifying the character style first and then inputting the text.
An easy way to remove the backing from a tape and expose the adhesive surface is to bend the tape near one of its ends. This should cause the tape and its backing to separate, allowing you to pull them apart.
The print density setting controls how darkly figures are printed on your tapes.
To adjust the print density
1. Press FUNC and then 9 (DENSITY).
Mirror Image Printing
When you specify mirror image for text, it is printed in reverse image. Use mirror image when you plan to print on transparent tape, with the printing on the inside. When viewed through the transparent tape, the text will appear normal. You can also use mirror image printing when using iron-on transfer tape to print ironon transfers. Normal Mirror Image
DENS I TY 3
2. Use c and v to move the underlining to the density setting that you want. The lightest setting is 1, while the darkest setting is 5. The standard setting is 3. 3. When the density setting is the way you want it, press SET to register it.
To turn mirror image printing on and off
1. Press FUNC and then 8 (MIRROR).
NORMA L M I RROR
2. Press z or x to change the setting shown on the display between MIRROR and NORMAL. 3. When the mirror image printing setting is the way you want it, press SET to register it. A mark appears next to the MIRROR indicator on the display when mirror printing is turned on. After you turn printing on, input text and perform the print operation as you normally do to produce mirror image tapes.
2. Use z and x to move the pointer to the type of bar code you want to print and then press SET.
With this item, you can print two different types of bar codes: EAN-13, EAN-8. Important! The procedure you use to print a bar code depends on the type of bar code you select.
To store data
1. Input the text you want to store. 2. Press FUNC 3 (MEMO). 3. Press z and x to select STORE.
To print a stamp tape
1. Input the text you want to print. 2. Press FUNC and then 2 (STAMP).
S TORE RECA L L
4. Press SET to store the text in memory or ESC to abort the store procedure without storing anything.
PR I NT ? SET ESC
3. Press SET to print the stamp tape or ESC to abort the print operation and return to the text input display in step 1. After the printing is complete, the Label Printer returns to the input display in step 1. 4. Cut off the tape and affix it to the optional stamp holder. See the instructions that come with the optional stamp holder for information about how to attach the stamp tape.
C OM P L E T E
If there is nothing in memory yet, pressing SET stores your text. If there is already text stored in memory, the message OVERWRITE? SET/ ESC appears when you press SET. Press SET again to replace the existing text with the new text, or ESC to cancel the store operation.
To recall text from memory
1. While the input screen is on the display, press FUNC 3 (MEMO). Note that text recalled from memory will replace any text currently on the display. 2. Press z and x to select RECALL.
Part 10 Reference
This section contains information about the Label Printer that you can use as reference when you need it.
3. Press SET. If all of the text does not fit on the display, you can use c, v, x and z to scroll it to the left, right, up and down. 4. Press SET to recall the text from memory. Note that recalling data from memory replaces anything that is currently on the input display. Memory text cannot be appended.
Cleaning the Printer Head and Roller
A dirty printer head and roller can result in poor printing quality. If you have problems with print quality, use the following procedure to clean the printer head and roller.
To clean the printer head and roller
1. Make sure the Label Printer is turned off. 2. Lift open the cover. 3. Slide the printer head release in the direction indicated by the arrow, and remove the tape cartridge.
4. Use a cotton swab dipped in alcohol to clean the printer head and roller as shown in the illustration.
5. Replace the tape cartridge and close the cover.
Initial Power On Settings
The following are the initial settings of the Label Printer whenever you turn it power on. Item SIZE EFFECT STYLE MIRROR AUTO SIZE Power On 6mm tape.9mm tape.12mm, 18mm tapes.CANCEL NORMAL NORMAL
The following table shows the initial settings. Item Display Memory SYMBOL SIZE EFFECT STYLE MIRROR MEMO DENSITY Bar Code initial setting Item Menu Text Size Reset EAN-13 Cleared M (MEDIUM) Reset Cleared Cleared
AUTO CANCEL NORMAL NORMAL STORE 3
Initializing the Label Printer
If you experience serious malfunction of the Label Printer or if operation fails completely, try performing the following operation to initialize the printer. Important! Initializing the Label Printer deletes all memory contents. Make sure you have a back-up copy of text stored in memory if you need it.
To initialize the Label Printer
1. Turn power off. 2. While holding down the PRINT and ESC keys, press ON/OFF to turn power on. This prompt confirms whether or not you want to initialize the Label Printer.
Bar Code Specifications
Bar code Type EAN-13 EAN-8 Check Digit *1 Yes Yes Print Digit *8 Input Digits *7 Automatically Assigned Number of Digits (Check Digit *1) Input Characters Numerals (0 ~ 9) Numerals (0 ~ 9)
3. Release the PRINT, ESC, and ON/OFF keys. 4. Press SET to initialize the Label Printer or ESC to abort the reset operation.
*1 The check digit is automatically calculated in accordance with input data. For EAN-13 and EAN-8, the check digit is appended at the end of the printed digits. *2 The number of digits printed below a bar code equals the input characters plus automatically appended characters. *3 An error message is displayed whenever there are insufficient digits. The unit will not allow input of too many digits.
Nothing appears on the display. Possible Causes Low batteries Improper display contrast setting Batteries loaded incorrectly AC adaptor is not connected correctly. Action Replace batteries. Adjust display contrast. Remove batteries and reload them correctly. Make sure the AC adaptor is connected correctly. Page E-6 E-8 E-7 E-7
Tape does not come out when PRINT is pressed. Possible Causes Tape cartridge compartment cover is not closed completely. No more tape left in the cartridge. Tape jam Action Securely close the cover. E-8 Replace the tape cartridge with a new one. Remove the tape cartridge and pull out the jammed tape by hand. Cut off excess tape with scissors, and carefully replace the cartridge into the label printer. Important! Never allow the tape outlet to become blocked and never touch tape as it is being fed during printing. Page E-9 Tape comes out when PRINT is pressed, but nothing is printed on it. Possible Causes Only blank spaces were input. Action Input the text you want to print. Page E-9 Page
Cannot input text. Possible Causes FUNC key has been pressed. Action Press ESC to clear FUNC key operation.
Printing is blurred, blotched, broken, etc. Possible Causes Improper print density setting Improper loading of the cartridge Dirty printer head or rubber roller Action Adjust the print density setting. Remove the tape cartridge and reload it correctly. Clean the printer head and roller. Page E-17 E-8 E-20
Ink ribbon is being fed from the tape outlet along with the tape. Possible Causes Tape cartridge loaded while the ink ribbon is slack. Action Remove the tape cartridge and check to make sure the ink ribbon is not broken. Next, take up any slack in the ink ribbon and then reload the tape cartridge. Important! Before loading a tape cartridge into the label printer, always make sure you take up any slack in the ink ribbon first. If the ink ribbon is broken, you must change to another tape cartridge. E-8 Page
Label will not adhere to a surface. Possible Causes The backing paper is still on the back of the tape. Surface is unsuitable for affixing a tape. Action Peel the backing paper from the back of the tape to expose the adhesive. Labels do not adhere well to surfaces that are rough, wet, oily, or dirty. Page E-16 E-16
Error Messages/Display Messages
Message Possible Causes Action Use wider tape or reduce The number carriage ERROR! the number of lines. returns you input causes * This message 6mm tape.1 line the label to exceed the appears on the 9mm tape.1 line maximum number of lines screen for about 12mm tape.Up to 2 lines for the tape you are one second. 18mm tape.Up to 3 lines using. Reduce the number of You are attempting to lines of text to two. print a stamp while three lines of text are input. NO DATA! * This message appears on the screen for about one second. OVERWRITE? SET/ESC You are attempting to recall text from memory when there is none stored.
Cannot cut tape. Possible Causes Tape cutter blade is dull. Action Take the label printer to the dealer from whom you purchased it to have the tape cutter blade replaced. Page
Printed text is cut off by tape cut operation. Possible Causes Out of tape Action Replace the tape cartridge with a new one. Page E-8
You are attempting to store text in memory when it already containes text.
Press SET to overwrite the existing text with the new text, or ESC to cancel the store operation.
Message TAPE ERROR
Action Press any key besides ON/OFF to clear the error message. Turn the power OFF and set the tape cartridge.
Message INPUT TEXT!
You are attempting to perform printing without setting a tape cartridge. Use only 18mm tape to You are attempting to print a stamp. print a stamp using a tape size other than 18mm. Use only 12 or 18mm You are attempting to tapes to perform bar perform a bar code code operation. operation using a 6mm or 9mm tape. LENGTH ERROR! * This message appears on the screen for about one second. LOW BATTERY DATA ERROR! You are attempting to print a stamp with text that is longer than 5.5cm.
Attempt to store text data, Input the text you want when no text are input. to store and try again. * This message You are attempting to Input the text you want appears on the print a stamp without to print and try again. screen for about inputting text. one second.
Shorten the text you are printing and try again.
Battery power is low. Data in memory has become corrupted for some reason.
Replace the batteries. Press any key besides ON/OFF to clear the error message. In response to the INITIAL? message that appears, press SET to initialize the Label Printer. Input the correct number of digits for the type of bar code you are creating. EAN-8. 7 digits EAN-13. 12 digits
DIGIT ERROR! * This message appears on the screen for about one second.
Input of the wrong number of digits for a bar code operation.
Model: KL-780 Input Keyboard Layout: Typewriter (QWERTY) Character Types Alpha (English and other languages): 151 Numbers: 10 Symbols: 46 Display Type: Liquid crystal display Character matrix: 10 columns 2 lines of 5 7-dot Printing Type: Thermal transfer Speed: Approximately 6.58mm/second Width: 4mm (6mm tape), 7mm (9mm tape), 10mm (12mm tape), 12mm (18mm tape) Character Matrix: 48 48-dot Character font: Sans-serif Character effects: Shade, underline, box Character Styles: Normal, Outline, Shadow, Raised Character sizes: 1 1, 1 2, 1 3, 1 4, 1 5, 1 6, 2 1, 2 2, 2 3, 2 4, 2 5, 2 6, 3 1, 3 2, 3 3, 3 4, 3 5, 3 6, 4 1, 4 2, 4 3, 4 4, 4 5, Number of lines: 1 (6mm and 9mm tapes); 1 or 2 (12mm tape); 1 or 2 or 3 (18mm tape) Memory Text: Up to 95 characters
General Power supply: Six AA-size alkaline batteries or optional AD-A95100 AC adaptor Battery life: Approximately 4 tape cartridges (continuous printing) Power consumption: 9W Auto Power Off: Approximately six minutes after last key operation. Dimensions: 51.5 (H) 180 (W) 217 (D)mm Weight: Approximately 470g Ambient Temperature: 10C~35C (50F~95F)
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
|Printer Type||Labelmaker - thermal transfer - monochrome|
|Print Speed||Up to 15.8 inch/min - B/W|
|Built-in Devices||Status LCD|
|Max Resolution ( B&W )||200 dpi|
|Styles & Effects||Outline shadow, outline, shadow, mirror, underline, boxes around text|
|Features||3 line printing|
|Display Resolution||2 lines x 10 characters|
|Barcodes||EAN/JAN-8 , EAN/JAN-13|
|Media Sizes||Roll (0.23 in), Roll (0.7 in), Roll (0.47 in), Roll (0.35 in)|
|Media Feeder(s)||1 x manual load - 1 rolls - Roll (0.7 in)|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Connections||1 x serial|
|Power Consumption Operational||9 Watt|
|Min Operating Temperature||50 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||95 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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