Epson P07303 manual

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    USER’S MANUAL P07303 S tand Alone VFD Pole Display [...]

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    i FCC Notice Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Radio Frequency Interference S t atem[...]

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    ii Contents 1. Features.......................................................[...]

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    iii 8.6 Page 3 (PC860: Portug uese) (80H – FFH) ................................. 25 8.7 Pa[...]

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    1 1. Features (1) Data can be display on 20 columns x 2 lines. (2) Blue–green color an d[...]

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    2 2. General S pecification NO ITEM Descriptions 1 Display method V acuum fluorescen[...]

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    3 3 Unp acking and Checking the Part s • Pole Display Module • Fl[...]

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    4 4. Interface 4.1 Specifications Data transmission: Serial Synchronization: Asynchronous[...]

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    5 4.3. Interface 4.3.1 Stand alone VFD Pole Display Below illustrate the configurat[...]

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    6 10 1 9 6 6 1 5 1 10 1 CN2: RS-232C connects to PC/Host CN3: Connect to display[...]

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    7 5. Dip Switch and Sof tware Setting 5.1 Command type selection SW1 SW2 SW3 Command typ[...]

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    8 5.5 International character set SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 Charact er set Code table ( 80H-FFH) [...]

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    9 5.7. Software Status Setting When system POWER ON, there is no n eed to turn off to modify [...]

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    10 0 N n ternational font n n ternational font 30h .S.A. 38h A PA N 31h RANCE 39[...]

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    11 1 5.7.4 Reset EEPROM STX 05 07 n ETX /Reset EEPROM/ ASCII Format S[...]

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    12 2 5.7.7 Set Communication parity STX 05 P n ETX /Parity check selecti on/ ASCII F[...]

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    13 3 6. Command List T able T able –1 FL YTECH P A RTNER EPSON GI[...]

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    14 4 T able-2 FL YTECH P ARTNER EPSON GIGA POS7300 CD522[...]

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    15 5 7. Command 7.1. POS7300 series command set POS7300 S tanda rd Mode Command List [...]

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    16 6 7.2 CD5220 Standard Mode Command List Command Code (hex) Function description ESC D[...]

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    17 7 CD5220 S tan dard Mode Command List-2 Command Code (hex) Function description ES[...]

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    18 8 *2: The p arameter of international fonts set control b y command “ E S C f n [...]

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    19 9 7.4 UTC enhanced mode command list Command Code (hex) Function d escription ESC u [...]

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    20 0 7.6 ADM787/788 mode command list Command Code (hex) F unction description CLR 0C [...]

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    21 1 7.8 EPSON ESC/POS command list-1 Command Code (hex) Function description HT 09 Mo[...]

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    22 2 EPSON Esc/pos command list-2 Command Code (hex) Function description ESC W n s x1 y[...]

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    23 3 8. Character Set 8.1 International Character Sets 8.2 USA, Standard Charac[...]

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    24 4 8.3 Page 0 (PC437: USA, Standard Europe) (80H – FFH) 8.4 Page 1 (Katakana) (80H ?[...]

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    25 5 8.6 Page 3 (PC860: Portuguese) (80H – FFH) 8.7 Page 4 (PC863: Canadian-French) ([...]

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    26 6 8.8 Page 5 (PC865: Nordic) (80H – FFH) 8.9 Page 6 (Slavonic) (80H – FFH)[...]

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    27 7 8.10 Page 7 (Russia) (80H – FFH)[...]

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    28 8 9.Command det ails 9.1 Overwrite mode In this mode, the cursor will move rightward a [...]

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    29 9 9.8 Move cursor up Move the cursor up one line. When the or is o n the upper line, thi[...]

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    30 0 9.17 Clear display screen, and clear string mode All the display characters will be cl[...]

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    31 1 9.26 Character font format One font consist s of 5 bytes’ string. The string[...]

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    32 2 Appendix A: Display Module Dimension 70mm 39mm 0.38o 200mm 176mm 158.6m[...]