Epson TM-H5000IIP manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    Re tu rn to ma in m en u TM-H5000/H5000P Opera tor’s Manual Using th is onl ine operat or’s gu[...]

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    hy bri d pr in ter TM-H5000/H 5000P Op erator ’s Ma nual MICR Option Included 4006 137 04[...]

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    Printe r Pa rts and Labe ls Labels CAUTION : Cau tion l abels for dra wer ki ck-ou t an d displ [...]

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    i Quick Refe rence This Q uick Referen c e will d irect you to key ar eas of this Opera tor’s [...]

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    ii All rig h t s r e served . N o p art o f thi s p u b l icati o n may be re p r o d u c[...]

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    iii FCC CLASS A FCC Compliance Statement For Ame rican Us ers This equipment ha s b een t es t ed [...]

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    iv Pro duct Name : Pri nter Type N ame: M128 A Thes e print ers co nfor m to the fo llow in[...]

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    v EMI an d Safety Standa r d s Applie d The fol lowing standar ds are applied on ly to the printer[...]

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    vi About This Manual Setting Up an d Using ❏ Chapte r 1 contains information on u npacking the [...]

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    I ntrod u ct i o n v ii Introd uction Features T h e T M -H 5 00 0 an d T M -H5 0 00 P a r e h igh[...]

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    viii Introducti on Opt ions and Acc essories ❏ Magnetic Ink Charac t e r Recognit io n (MI CR[...]

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    Introducti on ix In Southeast Asia: N.A.K . Mfg (Malaysia) SDN BHD Lot 1 9-11, Bersat u Industria [...]

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    x In troduction Orig inal paper: F380 Kanzaki Special ty Pap ers, Inc. Cummings Street Ware, M A[...]

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    xi Conten ts Qui ck Re fe renc e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    xii Cha pter 4 Ref ere nce Info rma tio n Pri ntin g S peci ficati on s . . . . . . . [...]

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    Setting Up the Prin ter 1-1 Cha p ter 1 Settin g U p t he P rinte r Un pac kin g Your print er [...]

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    1-2 S etting Up the Printer Removing the protective material 1. Open the p rinter b y pu lli[...]

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    Setting Up the Prin ter 1-3 Con nectin g t h e Cables an d Groun ding the P rinter You can conn[...]

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    1-4 S etting Up the Printer 2. Tig hten the scr e w s on both si des of t he cable conne cto[...]

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    Setting Up the Prin ter 1-5 Connecting the Drawer WA RNI NG: Use a draw er that m atch es the [...]

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    1-6 S etting Up the Printer Anschließen der Lade WA RNU NG: Ein e für d en Dr uck er gee ignet[...]

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    Setting Up the Prin ter 1-7 Connecting the Display Module Plug t he c able c onnec tor (pro vid[...]

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    1-8 S etting Up the Printer 2. Co nnect th e grou nd wi re to th e prin ter using t he FG scre[...]

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    Setting Up the Prin ter 1-9 CAUTION S: Whe n conn ect i n g or di scon necting the p ower supp[...]

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    1-1 0 Set ting Up t he Pr inter Installing or Repla c ing th e Paper Roll Note: Be sure to use pa[...]

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    Setting Up the Printer 1-11 4. Inse rt th e pape r roll as show n. 5. Be sure to n o te the[...]

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    1-1 2 Set ting Up t he Pr inter 6. Pul l out a small a mount of paper, as shown. Then close t h[...]

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    Setting Up the Printer 1-13 Installing the Ribb on Cassette Use th e E PSON ERC -31(P) r ibbo n [...]

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    1-1 4 Set ting Up t he Pr inter 4. I f you are r eplac ing a u s ed ribbon, gr as p t he end of[...]

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    Setting Up the Printer 1-15 Using t he Powe r Switch Co ver WA RNING : If an acc i d ent o cc [...]

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    1-1 6 Set ting Up t he Pr inter 2. Whil e holding down the FEED bu tton , turn o n the print [...]

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    Setting Up the Printer 1-17 4. Remo ve the paper fr om the pri n te r and feed another shee t [...]

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    1-1 8 Set ting Up t he Pr inter[...]

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    Using t h e Prin ter 2-1 Chapter 2 Using t he Printe r Operating th e Control Pan els You can cont[...]

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    2-2 U sing the P rinter Bu ttons The pri nter a nd th ese butto ns w ill not ope rate when th e [...]

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    Using t h e Prin ter 2-3 Slip pane l li g hts POWER The POWER light i s on wh en th e printe r is[...]

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    2-4 U sing the P rinter 2. When the SLI P light bl inks, i nsert th e slip pa per in to the s [...]

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    Using t h e Prin ter 2-5 Usi ng t he MI CR Read er (Op tio n) If y ou r p rinter has th e fact[...]

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    2-6 U sing the P rinter 2. T urn the c heck over s o th at it is face do w n wi th the MICR [...]

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    Troubl esh o oting 3-1 Chapter 3 Troub leshooting Tr oub les hoo ting This c hap ter giv es sol[...]

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    3-2 T roublesho oting If th er e is no paper jam and t he pr inter has been printing fo r q u[...]

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    Troubl esh o oting 3-3 Pa per ro ll prin ting is poor. Paper dust on the heati n g element of t [...]

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    3-4 T roublesho oting A li ne o f do ts is miss ing in the pri nto ut. The pr in t h ead may[...]

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    Troubl esh o oting 3-5 3. If pa per is caught in the auto matic c utte r in th e receip t sect[...]

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    3-6 T roublesho oting Auto cutter problems The auto cutt er is j ammed. If a f oreign objec t s[...]

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    Troubl esh o oting 3-7 2. Fol lowin g the inst ructi ons o n the label , ro tate t he k nob u n[...]

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    3-8 T roublesho oting 2) Tur n off th e power s witch. 3) O pen a front c ov er ( rid). 4) Turn [...]

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    Troubl esh o oting 3-9 9) As a check paper , in sert a cleaning sheet into a printer, * Set y e[...]

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    3-1 0 T roubleshoo ting Hex adecimal Dump This featu r e allow s experi en ced users t o see ex [...]

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    R eference Informa tion 4-1 Chapter 4 Reference In f o rmation Printing Spe c ifications Slip Pape[...]

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    4-2 Ref erence Informa tion Receipt Paper Note: Printing sp eed may be slower, dep ending on the[...]

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    R eference Informa tion 4-3 * CPL = Ch a racters Per L ine * Spac e be tween chara cte rs is [...]

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    4-4 Ref erence Informa tion Ribbon Specific a t ions M ICR Re ader (Opt ion) The MICR r eader is[...]

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    R eference Informa tion 4-5 Pap er Sp ecific ation s Paper feed me thod: Fric t i on feed Pape[...]

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    4-6 Ref erence Informa tion Slip paper Paper t ype: Norm al pa per Ca rb on c op y pa per Pr[...]

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    R eference Informa tion 4-7 Note: When usin g m ulti-ply p a per that consists o f an origin[...]

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    4-8 Ref erence Informa tion Notes on s lip paper ❏ The sl ip pap er mu st be flat, with out[...]

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    R eference Informa tion 4-9 ❏ Since the TOF sen s or uses a refle ctive photo sen sor and it [...]

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    4-1 0 Ref erence Informa tion El ectr i cal Ch arac te ris tic s Reliability Suppl y v o ltag e: [...]

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    R eference Informa tion 4-11 MICR reader me chani sm ( onl y whe n the pri nter is use d with [...]

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    4-1 2 Ref erence Informa tion Environmenta l Conditions Temperatu re: Operati ng: 5° t o 45°C[...]

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    Command s 5-1 Chapter 5 Commands Command Notation [Nam e] The name of the comm and. [Forma t] Th[...]

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    5-2 Co mmand s [Forma t] ASCII FF Hex 0C De cimal 12 [Descripti on] ➀ Prints the data [...]

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    Command s 5-3 [Descripti on] T ransm its the selected printer sta tus specified by n in rea l[...]

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    5-4 Co mmand s [Descripti on] Sets the character spa cing for the rig ht side of the c haract[...]

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    Command s 5-5 [Rang e] 0 ≤ n L ≤ 255 0 ≤ n H ≤ 255 [Descripti on] Sets[...]

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    5-6 Co mmand s • y specifies the nu mber of b ytes in the vertica l di r e ction. • c1 [...]

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    Command s 5-7 (For slip pa per) •T h e n L and n H indicate the number o f dots of the bit[...]

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    5-8 Co mmand s [Forma t] ASCII ESC 3 n Hex 1B 33 n De cimal 27 51 n [Rang e] 0 ≤ n[...]

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    Command s 5-9 [Forma t] ASCII ESC @ Hex 1B 40 De cimal 27 64 [Desc r ip tion] C le ars th[...]

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    5-1 0 Co mmands De cimal 27 70 n [Rang e] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Desc ription] Sets or cancels t[...]

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    Command s 5-11 ESC R n [N am e] Select a n inte rnat ional ch aracter set [Forma t] ASCII [...]

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    5-1 2 Co mmands [Desc r ip tion] Selects the print direc tion and starting position in page mod[...]

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    Command s 5-13 [Descripti on] • The horizon tal start i n g posi tion, vertic a l starti ng p[...]

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    5-1 4 Co mmands [Desc ription] S el ects th e type of paper for printin g , using n as follows[...]

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    Command s 5-15 • Each bit of n is us ed as f ollows: ESC c 4 n [Name] Select pap e r se n[...]

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    5-1 6 Co mmands ESC c 5 n [Na m e] Ena b le/ dis ab le p an el bu tt on s [Forma t] ASCII ESC[...]

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    Command s 5-17 • t1 sets the slip pa per wait tim e to [ t1 × 1] min ute s. • t2 sets t[...]

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    5-1 8 Co mmands ESC { n [Name ] T urns upside- down printing mode on/off [Forma t] ASCII ESC [...]

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    Command s 5-19 GS $ n L n H [Name ] Set abs ol u te vertical print position in page mode [Form[...]

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    5-2 0 Co mmands • The number of dots in th e ver tical dir ec tion is y × 8. •I f x[...]

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    Command s 5-21 • When the LS B is 0, whit e/black re verse m ode is tur ned off . • When t[...]

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    5-2 2 Co mmands GS L n L n H [Name ] Set l eft margin [Forma t] ASCII GS L n L n H Hex 1D [...]

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    Command s 5-23 [Descrip tion] Selects a mode for cuttin g paper and executes paper cutting. T[...]

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    5-2 4 Co mmands • m specifies macro executing mode. • Wh en m = 0 : The macro executes r t[...]

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    Command s 5-25 • When the LS B is 0, smoot h ing mode is tu rned off. • When the LS B is 1[...]

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    5-2 6 Co mmands m selec t s a bar c ode sy stem as f ollows: [Descripti on for ➀ ] • d in[...]

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    Command s 5-27 [Forma t] ASCII GS r n Hex 1D 72 n De cimal 29 1 14 n [Rang e] 1 ≤ n ?[...]

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    5-2 8 Co mmands MICR Control Commands (only for printers with MICR) DLE EOT B S n [Name ] Rea l-[...]

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    Command s 5-29 FS a 1 [Name] Load c h eck paper to print s t arting positi on [Forma t] ASCII [...]

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    5-3 0 Co mmands[...]

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    Dip Sw i t ch and Pa per Near End Sett ings A-1 Append ix A Di p Switch and Pap er Near End Set[...]

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    A-2 D ip Switch a nd Paper Ne ar End Setting s Prin t D en sity Se lec tio n Transm ission Spee [...]

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    Dip Sw i t ch and Pa per Near End Sett ings A-3 No tes : • When pin 6 of t he inter face con[...]

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    A-4 D ip Switch a nd Paper Ne ar End Setting s Paralle l interfa ce spe cification Se t 1 Se t 2 S[...]

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    Dip Sw i t ch and Pa per Near End Sett ings A-5 Prin t D en sity Se lec tio n No tes : • When [...]

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    A-6 D ip Switch a nd Paper Ne ar End Setting s Changing the DIP switch settings If you n eed to ch[...]

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    Dip Sw i t ch and Pa per Near End Sett ings A-7 Ad j u stin g the Pape r Ne ar End Sen sor The pa[...]

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    A-8 D ip Switch a nd Paper Ne ar End Setting s 4. Replace th e paper roll.[...]

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    E P SON S ales S ubsidi a ries B-1 Appe ndix B EPS ON Sales S ubsidia ries E P S ON AM E RI C A[...]

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    B-2 EPSON Sales Subsid iaries EPSON HONG KONG L I M ITED 25/F ., Harbor Centre, 2 5 , Harbor Roa[...]