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Before You Begin This section introduces you to standard manuwl provisions, safety precautions, warnings and cautions, document formatting conventions, and sources of additional product information.

A documentation roadmap is also provided to infermec you in finding the appropriate information. To receive a copy of the maanual warranty provision for this product, contact your local Intermec sales organization. Warning A warning warns you of an operating procedure, manuual, condition, or statement that must be strictly observed to avoid death or serious injury to the persons working on the equipment. The first part of this manual tells you how to install, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot your printer.

The last part of the manual covers advanced features of the e printer. Internec following conventions are used throughout this manual for operating procedures and descriptions of the printer. Downloaded commands appear in the order that you enter them into the printer with the following conventions: Before You Begin You may need additional information when working with printers in a data collection system.

Please visit our Web site at www. To order printed versions of the Intermec manuals, contact your local Intermec representative or distributor. Features of your printer include: Support for direct thermal and thermal transfer printing applications. Chapters 1 and 2 explain how to load both types of media. See Appendix A for complete descriptions of these options. Plug in the printer. Open the printer and load media. Print a configuration test label.

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To plug in the printer intermce. Plug the AC power cord into the receptacle at the rear of the printer. Plug the other end of the power 34000e into a grounded wall outlet or surge protector. In fanfold printing, you place a stack of fanfold media at the rear of the printer and feed it into the printer through a slot in the rear cover.

The printer is now ready to print the configuration test label. NugFont HelvC You can print the hardware configuration test label to test the printer and make sure it is operating correctly.

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Use this label for reference when installing your printer and for verification of proper printer operation. This section tells you how to connect your printer to any of these systems. You must provide the correct cables for connecting the printer. See the following sections for cable information. Contact your Intermec representative for ordering assistance if you do not have the appropriate cables. You can purchase a parallel cable from Intermec Part No.


The maximum cable length for the twinax interface is 1, meters 5, feet. IBM part number or The maximum cable length allowed is 1, meters 4, feet. NugFont HelvC You need to configure the serial port of the printer to match the configuration of your PC or network controlling device. After connecting the printer to your system, you need to test communications. The easiest way to test communications is to set the printer to Data Line Print mode, which is part of Test and Service mode, and send a character string down from your system.

At the DOS prompt, type this command and press Enter: Type these command lines and press Enter: NugFont HelvC Use this chapter to understand how to use the printer front panel, load roll media and media for self-strip printing, set the media sensitivity number, and communicate with the printer. To operate the printer, you need to understand: Place the media roll on the supply roll post and position it firmly against the printer.

If you are using a narrow roll of media [less than 7. Use PrintSet, your third-party software, or the IPL command set to configure the printer for the kind of media you are using continuous or mark label. Refer to the label located on the inside of the media cover for directions on loading media. For your convenience, you may want to refer to it when loading media in the future. Unroll several inches of media, insert it between the upper media guide and the lower media guide, and out the front of the printer.

Release the lower media guide and adjust the edge guide to position the media firmly against the inside wall of the printer. Raise the printhead by rotating the head lift lever clockwise until the printhead disengages. Place the empty ribbon core that came with the printer onto the ribbon rewind hub. Detach the leader from the new thermal transfer ribbon roll and unwind the end of the ribbon approximately Loading Thermal Transfer Ribbon 5.

Route the ribbon leader through the printer mechanism as shown in the above illustration. Make sure the ribbon runs above the upper media guide. The shiny side of the ribbon must come in contact with the printhead. Use this three-digit number to optimize interme quality and print speed on your printer. You can achieve the best print quality on the printer by using only Intermec ribbon and media products.

The default sensitivity setting for thermal transfer media is For direct thermal media, the default sensitivity setting is Top Bank Set switches 1 through 6 and 8 off. Set switch 7 on. Bottom Bank Set switches 1 through 8 intermecc. The printer prints out the software configuration label. Return the DIP switches to their original settings. The first column of the Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer Media Sensitivity Settings tables list the approximate sensitivity settings. Downloading is kanual universal term used to describe the transfer of information from the host to any connected peripheral device, such as your printer.


When you transfer data from your printer to the PC or host, you are performing a 3400f called uploading.

Select the Test Label option imtermec. Select either the Text or the Bar Code option button. If you select to print text, you can choose any font in the Select Printer Font list box.

If you select to intermex a bar code, you can choose any symbology in the Select Symbology list box. Your inspection should include the following: Make sure you have properly grounded the printer.

This table contains suggestions for cleaning the printer. Use the illustration on the next page to locate the parts you mamual to clean. Label taken sensor Tear bar Mqnual Switch off the printer power and remove the power cord before cleaning any part of the printer.

Therefore, cleaning media debris from the printhead is very important. Clean after every roll [or 15, centimeters 6, inches ] of media or when necessary. Be sure to clean the transparent panel on the media cover so that the media supply inside the printer is visible when you close the cover.

To clean 3400e drive roller and tear bar 1. Always clean the media guides immediately after a label jam in the printer. To clean the media guides and media path 1. Label taken sensor Label mark sensor Label gap sensor To clean the label sensors 1. First try cleaning the printer components and checking all of the connections. If cleaning the printer and checking the connections does not solve the problem, use the following tables to locate the symptom.

Follow the solution in the table to fix your problem. After you reset the memory, power manuxl the printer and return the DIP switches to the required setting. Labels are not Incorrect label rest point setting. Incorrect label stock setting. Several problems can cause data loss or communication problems on the printer.

Data loss can result in printing errors or missing field data. Hardware handshaking involves the use of a hardware wire. The XOFF character alerts the host to the fact that the printer buffer is full and cannot receive any more data.

When the printer is ready to receive more data, it sends the XON character. NugFont HelvC This chapter explains how to optimize and maintain print quality, use the printer memory more efficiently, and maximize throughput. Intermec designed and configured your printer to provide the best possible print quality for both direct thermal and thermal transfer media.

However, there are many factors that you need to take into account before you can achieve maximum print quality. Remove the inteemec cover and locate the bias adjust screw. Use the darkness adjust control in combination with the PrintSet software configuration tool to fine-tune the darkness of print on your labels.