Citizen CBM1000II User Manual

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User’s Manual Mode d’emploi Benutzerhandbuch Manuale dell’utente Manual del usuario
Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer’s Name : Japan CBM Corporation Manufacturer’s Address : CBM Bldg., 5-68-10, Nakano, Nakano-ku
Tokyo, 164-0001, Japan
Product Name Line Thermal Printer Model Number(s) CBM1000II Series
(CBM1000II RF/PF) (S.No.0180001)
Conform to the following Standards
LVD : EN60950 : EMC : EN55022 :
: EN61000-3-2 : : EN61000-3-3 : : EN55024 : : EN61000-4-2 : : EN61000-4-3 : : EN61000-4-4 : : EN61000-4-5 : : EN61000-4-6 : : EN61000-4-8 : :
EN61000-4-11: 1994 10ms/95%, 500ms/30%, 5000ms/100%
Supplementary Information
“The product complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/ 23/EEC, 93/68/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC”
A11: 1997 1998 Class A 1995/A1/A2: 1998 1995 1998 1995 ±4KV CD, ±8 KV AD 1995 3 V/m, 80 MHz-1000 MHz AM 1 KHz 80 % 1995
±1.0 KV (AC Mains), ±0.5 KV (Signal Lines) 1995 1 KV Normal mode, 2 KV Common mode 1996 3 V, 0.15 MHz-80 MHz AM 1 KHz 80 % 1993 50 Hz, 3 A/m (Out of scope)
Place Tokyo, Japan Signature
Date August 2001
Full Name : Mikio Moriya Position : General Manager
R & D Department European Contact : Norco Declaration AB Box 7146 S-250 07 Helsingborg Sweden
Warning : This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. This declaration is applied only for 230 V model.
IMPORTANT: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference, in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be necessary to correct the interference.
CAUTION: Use shielded cable for this equipment.
Sicherheitshinweis
Die Steckdose zum Anschluß dieses Druckers muß nahe dem Grät angebracht und leicht zugänglich sein.
For Uses in Canada
This digital apparatus does not exceed the class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus, as set out in the radio interference regulations of the Canadian department of communications.
Pour L’utilisateurs Canadiens
Cet appareil numérique ne dépasse pas les limites de carégorie a pour les émissions de bruit radio émanant d’appareils numériques, tel que prévu dans les réglements sur l’interférence radio du départment Canadien des communications.

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THE TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL OUTLINE ............................................................................. 9
1.1 Features ..................................................................................................... 9
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1.2 Unpacking .................................................................................................. 9
2. BASIC SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 10
2.1 Model Classification ............................................................................... 10
2.2 Outer Appearance and Component Parts ............................................ 10
2.3 Basic Specifications ................................................................................ 11
2.4 Print Paper Specifications and Print Position ...................................... 12
2.5 Sensor Position and Cutter Position .....................................................13
3. OPERATION ........................................................................................ 14
3.1 Connecting the AC Adapter and AC Power Cord ................................ 14
3.2 Connecting Interface Cables .................................................................. 14
3.3 Connecting the Drawer Kick-Out Connector ........................................ 15
3.4 Setting/Replacing Paper Rolls ............................................................... 16
3.5 Adjusting the Paper Near-End Sensor .................................................. 16
3.6 Using 58 mm Wide Paper Rolls ............................................................. 17
3.7 Removing Jammed Paper ..................................................................... 17
3.8 Cleaning the Print Head ......................................................................... 17
3.9 Operation Panel and Error Indication ................................................... 18
3.10 Self-printing........................................................................................... 20
3.11 Hexadecimal Dump .............................................................................. 20
3.12 Printer Buffer .........................................................................................21
3.13 Device ID ................................................................................................ 21
4. SETTING DIP SWITCHES ................................................................... 22
4.1 Location of DIP Switches ....................................................................... 22
4.2 Table for Setting DIP Switches .............................................................. 22
5. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE ......................................................... 24
APPENDIX 1. OUTLINE DRAWING .......................................................... i
APPENDIX 2. BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................. i
APPENDIX 3. IDENTIFICATION OF SEND STATUS ............................... ii
APPENDIX 4. PARALLEL INTERFACE .................................................... iii
APPENDIX 5. SERIAL INTERFACE .......................................................... v
APPENDIX 6. CONTROL COMMAND ................................................... vii
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GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
1 The information contained herein is subject to change without prior notice. 2 All rights reserved. Reproduction of part or all of this document is prohibited
without written permission from CBM Corporation.
3 Except explained elsewhere in this manual, do not attempt to service,
disassemble or repair this product by yourself.
4 Note that CBM shall not be responsible for any damage attributable to
incorrect operation/handling or improper operating environments which are not specified in this manual.
5 Operate this printer only as described in this manual. Failure to do so may
cause accidents or other problems.
6 Data are basically for temporary use, not stored for a long period or
permanently. Please note that CBM is not responsible for any damage or lost profit resulting from the loss of data caused by accidents, repairs, tests, or any other occurrence.
7 If you have any question or comment regarding the information contained
in this manual, please contact your CBM dealer.
8 Please note CBM is not responsible for anything that may occur from
operating this printer regardless of what is stated in “7” above.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before using this product for the first time, carefully read these SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. Incorrect operation may result in unexpected accidents (fire,
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shock, or injury).
After having read this Manual, keep it in a safe, readily-accessible place for future
reference.
Some of the descriptions contained in this manual may not be relevant to some
printer models.
In order to prevent injury hazard to operators, third parties or damage to property, special warning symbols are used in this user’s manual to indicate important items to be strictly observed.
The following describes the degree of hazard and damage that could occur if the
printer is improperly operated by ignoring the instructions indicated by the warning symbols.
WARNING
Neglecting precautions indicated by this symbol may result in fatal or serious injury.
CAUTION
Neglecting precautions indicated by this symbol may result in injury or damage to properties.
This symbol is used to alert your attention to important items.
This symbol is used to indicate prohibited actions.
This symbol is used to alert you to the danger of electric shock or electrostatic damage.
This symbol denotes a request to unplug the printer from the wall outlet.
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Caution Labels
WARNING
• Do not attempt to insert any plug (e.g. modular plug) other than the specified drawer kick-out connector plug into the drawer kick-out connector as it may damage the telephone connection or the printer.
CAUTION
• The thermal head remains at a dangerously high temperature immediately after use. Do not touch the head until it cools off.
WARNING
Do not use or store this product in a place where it will be exposed to:
• Flames or moist air
• Direct sunlight
• Hot airflow or radiation from a heating device
• Ill-ventilated atmosphere
• Chemical reactions in a laboratory
• Airborne oil, steel particles, or dust
• Salty air or corrosive gases
• Static electricity or strong magnetic fields
Neglecting these warnings may result in printer failure,
overheating, emission of smoke, fire, or electric shock.
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Do not drop any foreign object nor spill liquid into the printer. Do not place any object on the printer either.
• Do not drop any metallic object such as a paper clip, pin or screw into the printer.
• Do not place a flower base, pot or cup containing water on the
printer.
• Do not spill coffee, soft drinks or any other liquid into the printer.
• Do not spray insecticide or any other chemical liquid over the
printer.
A metallic foreign object, if accidentally dropped into the printer,
may cause printer failure, fire, or electric shock. Should it occur, immediately turn the printer off, unplug it from the supply outlet, and call your local CBM dealer.
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Please observe the following precautions for power source and power cord:
• Do not plug or unplug the power cord with a wet hand.
• Use the printer only at the specified supply voltage and frequency.
• Use only the specified AC adapter with the printer.
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• Check to make sure that the supply outlet from which the printer is powered has a sufficient capacity.
• Do not plug the power cord into a supply outlet with dust or debris left on its plug.
• Do not supply the printer from a power strip or current tap shared with other appliances.
• Do not use a deformed or damaged power cord.
Neglecting to handle properly may result in printer failure,
emission of smoke, fire, or electric shock.
An overload may cause the power cable to overheat or the circuit
breaker to trip.
• Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not place the printer where the power cord will be trampled on.
• Do not attempt to modify the power cord unnecessarily.
• Do not use or carry the printer with its power cord bent, twisted, or pulled.
• Do not lay the power cord in the neighbor of a heating device.
Neglecting these cautions may cause wires or insulation to break, which
could result in leakage, electric shock, or printer failure. If a power cord sustains damage contact your CBM dealer.
• Supply power to the printer from a convenient wall outlet, readily accessible in an emergency.
• Do not leave things around the supply outlet to always ensure easy access to it.
The printer may not be immediately shut down in an
emergency.
• Insert the power plug fully into the outlet.
• If the printer is not to be used for a long time period, leave it disconnected from its supply outlet.
Do not handle the printer in the following ways:
• Do not allow the printer to sustain strong impacts or hard jolts (e.g. trampling, dropping, striking with a hard edge).
• Never attempt to disassemble or modify the printer.
• Do not clean the printer with any organic solvent, such as alcohol, paint thinner, trichloroethylene, benzene, or keton.
Neglecting to handle properly may result in printer
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failure, overheating, emission of smoke, fire, or electric shock.
Install, use, or store the printer out of the reach of children.
The plastic bag the printer came in must be disposed of properly or kept
away from children. Wearing it over the head may lead to suffocation.
Electric appliances could cause an unexpected injury or accident if they
are handled or used improperly.
Keep the power cord and signal cables out of the reach of children. Also
children should not be allowed to gain access to any internal part of the printer.
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CAUTION
Place the printer on a flat surface.
Otherwise it may drop off from its position.
Be careful where you place the printer and what is placed near it.
• Take care that a nearby wall or some kind of cloth does not block printer ventilation holes.
• Do not use the printer with any object placed on it.
Be careful about internal heat buildup, which could cause fire and
deform the case.
• Avoid using the printer near a radio or TV set or from supplying it from the same outlet as these appliances.
• For interconnections, use shielded or a twisted pair of cables and ferrite cores, or other anti-noise devices.
• Avoid using the printer with a device that is a strong source of noise.
The printer may have an adverse effect on nearby radio or TV
transmissions. There may also be cases when nearby electrical appliances adversely influence the printer, causing data errors or malfunction.
Use the printer with its grounding post connected to a convenient grounding facility.
If leakage occurs electric shock may result.
Do not connect the printer’s grounding post to any of the following facilities:
• Utility gas piping
A gas explosion could result
• Telephone line ground
• Lightning rod
If lightening strikes a large surge of current may cause fire or
shock
• Utility water pipes
Plastic water pipes should not be used for grounding. (Those
approved by a Waterworks Department may be used.) Before connecting or disconnecting the grounding lead to or from the printer, always unplug it from supply outlet.
Before connecting or disconnecting the power cord or interconnect cables to or from the printer, always turn the entire system power off. When disconnecting a cable, do not pull out by the cable. Always hold the plug. Firmly insert the cable plug into its mating socket.
A cross connection may damage the printer’s internal electronics
or the host system’s hardware. Only use the printer with devices that have designated solenoid specifications for the drawer kick-out connector.
Neglecting this caution may result in malfunction or failure.
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To prevent possible malfunction or failure observe the following:
• Avoid operating the printer without roll paper properly loaded or with paper not complying with specifications.
May damage thermal head or result in poor print quality.
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• Avoid using torn pieces of paper or spliced with plastic adhesive tapes.
• Avoid forcibly pulling already loaded paper by hand.
• Avoid wedging the paper in by the printer cover.
May jam paper. To release, refer to “Removing Jammed Paper”
in this manual.
• Avoid using a sharp pointed device to operate panel keys.
Neglecting these cautions may result in printer malfunction or
failure.
To prevent injury and printer failures from worsening, observe the following:
• In case of trouble do not attempt to repair the printer. Leave it to our service engineer.
• Do not touch the printing surface of the thermal head.
• Be careful that the printer cover does not entrap your hands or fingers.
• Be careful with sharp edges on the printer. Don’t allow them to injure you or damage property.
• Do not touch any of the moving parts (e.g. paper cutter, gears, active electrical parts) while the printer is working.
May result in electric shock, burn, or injury.
If the printer emits smoke, an odd smell, or unusual noise while
printing, immediately abort the current print session and unplug the printer from the supply outlet.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
Observe the following precautions for daily maintenance:
• When cleaning the printer, always turn it off and unplug it from the supply outlet.
• Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning the surface of the printer case.
• For severe stains, use a soft cloth slightly dampened with water.
• Never use organic cleaning solvent such as alcohol, paint thinner, or benzen.
• Never use a chemically processed cleaning cloth.
• To remove paper chips, use a soft brush.
• When transporting the printer, remove the roll paper from its paper holder.
• When cleaning the thermal head surface, use a cotton gauze slightly dampened with alcohol.
CAUTION
• Do not touch the thermal head’s printing surface with bare hand or a metallic implement.
• The thermal head is at a dangerously high temperature immediately after printing. Allow it to cool off before launching maintenance work.
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1. GENERAL OUTLINE

The CBM1000 Type II is a compact thermal line printer designed for use with a broad array of terminal equipment including data, POS, and kitchen terminals. With extensive features, it can be used in a wide range of applications. To obtain the best results from the CBM 1000 Type II printer, please read the instructions this manual thoroughly.

1.1 Features

Paper drop-in mechanism. Supply/replace paper rolls by simply dropping a paper
roll into the printer and closing the cover. Greatly facilitates paper handling and head cleaning.
Ease of paper threading and head cleaning.
High speed (150 mm/s), and low-noise thermal printing.
Front-side paper ejection method. Allows printer installation and use anywhere
with few restrictions.
Hermetic covering structure. Protects foreign matter or liquid from entering the
printer.
Built-in input buffer.
Barcode Printing. Made possible using special commands.
Page mode. Now you can arrange pages freely.
Registration of user-defined characters and logos into flash memory.
Built-in drawer kick-out interface.
Auto cutter mechanism provided as a standard unit.
Two types of power supply. Select between an easy-to-handle, built-in power
supply type and lightweight flat AC adapter type.
Can use 58 mm wide paper rolls by employing the supplied partition.
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1.2 Unpacking

When unpacking the printer, confirm that the following are provided:
Sample paper roll
Printer
Partition
AC adapter (provided with the A type only)
User’s manual
AC power cord (not supplied with Type D)
CAUTION
• Do not use the printer in an environment where condensation can occur. If condensation forms, leave the power off until it completely evaporates.
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2. BASIC SPECIFICATIONS

2.1 Model Classification

The printer models are classified by the following designation method:
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CBM1000 II R F 120 S - L
Label paper function no display: Nothing L: Label interval detection
Power supply S: Standard type
Model Name
*Dedicated adapter type and power cord:
31AD-U (AC 120 V 3-wire cord) 31AD-E (AC 230 V Class I cord)

2.2 Outer Appearance and Component Parts

CBM1000II S CBM1000II A/CBM1000II D
Printer cover
(Power supply built-in) A: AC adapter type D: Without AC adapter
Attached power cord specification 120: For AC 120 V 230: For AC 230 V 024: Without AC adapter
Character Set F: International
Interface R: Serial (RS-232C) P: Parallel (IEEE 1284 compliant)
Printer cover
Power switch
POWER lamp ERROR lamp FEED switch
Drawer kick-out connector
Grounding terminal
Inlet
Interface connector
Ejector Top cover
Power box
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Power switch
Interface connector
Ejector
Top cover
POWER lamp ERROR lamp FEED switch
Drawer kick-out connector
Grounding terminal
Power connector

2.3 Basic Specifications

Model CBM1000II RF230S/A
Print method Print width Dot density Print speed Number of print
columns*
2
Character size Character type code
page
Logo registration/print Types of bar code
Line spacing Paper roll
Label detection Interfacing Input buffer Supply voltage Power consumption AC adapter specification
Type Weight Outside dimensions
Operating temperature and humidity
Storage temperature and humidity
Reliability
Safety Standard*
3
CBM1000II RF120S/A CBM1000II PF120S/A
Line thermal dot print method 72 mm/576 dots, (54 mm/432 dots)* 8 × 8 dots/mm (203 dpi) 150 mm/sec (Fastest, print density standard level), (1,200 dot lines/sec)
1
Font A: 48/42 (36/30)* Font B: 64/56 (48/40)*
columns (12 × 24)
1
columns (9 × 24)
Font A: 1.25 × 3.00 mm; Font B: 0.88 × 3.00 mm Alphanumeric characters, International characters, Code pages PC437,
Katakana, PC850, PC860, PC863, PC865, PC852, PC866, PC857, and Windows code page
Capable of registering user-defined characters and logos into flash memory. UPC-A/E, JAN (EAN) 13/8 columns, ITF CODE 39, CODE 128, CODABAR,
CODE 93
4.23 mm (1/6 inches), selectable using commands Thermal paper roll: 80 mm (58 mm) × ø 83 mm Thermal Label paper roll : 80 mm (58 mm) × ø 83 mm (See “ Print Paper Specifications”.)
Selects the L-Spec. (factory option) Serial (RS-232C), Parallel (IEEE1284 compliant, Bi-directional communication) 4K bytes (72 bytes selectable with a DIP switch) S type: AC 120/230 V ±10%; A type/D type: DC 24 V ±7% Approx. 100 W Rated input: AC 120 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 120 VA
Rated output: DC 24 V, 1.9 A (Peak 3.5A)
31 AD-U 31 AD-E
S type: Approx. 2.0 Kg; A type/D type: Approx. 1.4 Kg S type: 145 (W) × 190 (D) × 157 (H) mm
A type/D type: 145 (W) × 190 (D) × 114 (H) mm 5 to 40°C, 35 to 85% RH (No condensation)
–20 to 60°C, 10 to 90% RH (No condensation)
Print head life: Pulse resistance 1 × 10
Wear resistance 100 Km (At normal temperature/humidity
Auto cutter life: 500,000 times of cutting (At normal temperature/humidity
with recommended paper used)
with recommended paper used)
UL, C-UL, FCC Class A TÜV, GS, CE marking UL, C-UL, FCC Class A,
CBM1000II PF230S/A
1
8
pulses (Print ratio 12.5%)
CBM1000II RF024D CBM1000II PF024DItem
TÜV, GS, CE marking
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1
*
Represents the value when a 58 mm wide paper roll is used (User selectable).
2
*
The number of printable columns is selectable with a DIP switch.
3
Represents the safety standards acquired when CBM-made adapters (31AD series) are used.
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2.4 Print Paper Specifications and Print Position

ø25~28
65~85 µm
(1) Thermal Paper roll
Paper width 80 +0/-1
Maximum print area 72
4422
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Paper width 58
Maximum print area 54
(Recommended papers) TF50KS-E2C from Nippon Paper KP50 from Shin-Ohji Paper
Unit: mm
F230AA or HP220A from Mitsubishi Paper or equivalent
ø83 or less
Printing surface
ø12
ø18
60~80 µm
(2) Thermal label sheet (label gap detection) * Only L-Spec.
Base sheet width: 80 +0/-1
Max. label width: 76
Maximum print area 72
Minimum label gap
4
Base sheet width: 58 +0/-1
Max. label width: 54
Maximum print area 50
Approx. 2Approx. 2
25
Minimum label length
(Recommended papers) KPT86S/G63BC P22 from Ohji Tac.
ø83 or less
Printing surface
60 µm or less
or equivalent
Unit: mm
CAUTION
• A roll paper not complying with the specifications may cause some departure in print tone. Adjust print tone with the DIP switch (see “Setting DIP Switches”).
• Do not paste paper end to the core as it may cause coloration or faint letters if printed documents are exposed to a particular chemical or oil afterwards.
• Rubbing the document surface with your nail or metallic device may cause coloration.
• Coloration occurs at a temperature of around 70°C or above. Keep documents away from heat, moisture, or light.
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2.5 Sensor Position and Cutter Position

Manual cutting
position
Auto cutting position
Top print line
Approx. 27
Approx. 13
Approx. 17
Paper feed direction
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Paper end sensor
(11mm) (40mm)
Label gap sensor
Unit: mm
CAUTION
• Observe the following rules on the auto cutter usage:
• Every cut paper should be no less than 10 mm in length. Thin paper strips can cause
paper to jam.
• When cutting a label roll, be sure to cut the base sheet. Never cut labels (tags).
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3. OPERATION

3.1 Connecting the AC Adapter and AC Power Cord

1 Turn off the power of the printer.
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2 For the AC adapter type only: With the flat side of the AC adapter’s cable connector
facing upward, insert the cable connector into the power connector on the back side of the printer.
3 Connect the AC power cord to the inlet of the printer, and insert the AC power-cord
plug into a suitable wall outlet.
Standard type
AC adapter type
Inlet
AC power cord
Inlet
AC adapter cord
AC adapter
Power connector
Flat side
Cable connector
Power connector pin configuration
No. 1 2 3 SHELL
Connector used:
TCS7960-53-2010 (Hosiden) or equivalent
Applicable connector:
TCP8927-63-1100 (Hosiden) or equivalent TCP8927-53-1100 (Hosiden) or equivalent
Function +24 GND N.C F. G
1
3
2

3.2 Connecting Interface Cables

1 Turn off the power of the printer. (As well as the connected host computer.) 2 Orient the interface cable terminal correctly and insert it into the interface connector. 3 Secure the cable terminal as shown below.
Serial interface cable: Fasten the connector with screws. Parallel interface cable: Hold the connector with clamps.
4 Connect the other end of the interface cable to the host computer.
Serial interface connector Parallel interface connector
Clamps
Serial interface cable
Parallel interface cable
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3.3 Connecting the Drawer Kick-Out Connector

1 Turn off the power of the printer. 2 Orient the drawer kick-out cable connector
correctly, insert it into the drawer kick-out connector on the back of the printer.
3 Fasten the ground wire to the ground
connector on the printer with a screw.
Drawer kick-out connector
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Drawer kick-out cable connector
Ground wire
CAUTION
• Do not connect any other device than the specified drawer (Solenoid) to the drawer kick-out connector. (Do not connect a telephone line either.)
(1) Connector Pin Configuration
No. Signal
FG
1
DRAWER 1
2
DRSW
3
VDR
4
DRAWER 2
5
GND
6
Frame Ground Drawer 1 drive signal Drawer switch input Drawer drive power supply Drawer 2 drive signal Common ground on circuits
Function
61
(2) Electrical characteristics
1) Driving voltage: 24 VDC
2) Driving current: Approx. 1 A max. (shall not exceed 510 ms.)
3) DRSW signal: Signal levels: “L”=0 to 0.5 V, “H”=3 to 5 V
(3) DRSW signal
DRSW signal status can be tested with the DLE+EOT, GS+a, or GS+r command or at pin 34 on the parallel interface port.
(4) Drive Circuit
1 2 3 4 5 6
VDR
VDR
Connector used:
TM5RJ3-66 (Hirose) or equivalent
Applicable connector:
TM3P-66P (Hirose) or equivalent
CAUTION
• No output is produced while printing.
• The drawers 1 and 2 cannot be driven simultaneously.
• A solenoid used for the drawer should be of 24 or more. The output current should be kept at 1 A or less; otherwise, breakdown or burning could occur.
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3.4 Setting/Replacing Paper Rolls

1 Turn on the printer. 2 Push the ejector in the direction shown to
unlock the printer cover.
3 Placing your hands on both sides of the
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printer cover, open it until it comes to a
Tear bar
Print head
Printer cover
stop.
4 Check the winding direction of the paper
roll, and then place it into the paper roll holder correctly.
Paper roll
5 With the end of the paper approx. 5 cm out
of the case of the printer, close the printer cover. Push lightly on the printer cover until a “click” is heard.
6 Remove an excess length of paper with
the tear bar. (Manual cutter)
CAUTION
• Always use the specified types of paper roll.
• Use of other types of paper roll may not be able to guarantee the specified print quality or service life of the printer.
• When opening the printer cover, do not apply an excess force to it beyond its stop position.
• The print head becomes hot immediately after printing. Do not touch it with your hand. During printing, do not open the printer cover. Do not hold the end of the paper as it prints and ejects. Doing so may cause the paper to jam.

3.5 Adjusting the Paper Near-End Sensor

1 Open the printer cover. 2 Push the sensor knob in the direction of
arrow 1 to disengage its claw (Or unlock the sensor unit), and then adjust the sensor unit to a desired paper remaining position within the range shown by arrow
2.
3 The following table shows the relationship
between adjustment positions and levels of paper roll remaining. (A rough guide)
Adjustment
position
1 2 3 4
Level of paper remaining
(Paper roll outside diameter/mm)
ø
18
ø
21
ø
24
ø
27
* When specified paper rolls are used.
Sensor knob
Arrow 1
Arrow 2
Sensor unit
4321
Adjustment
position
Ejector
CAUTION
• Use the level of paper remaining (Paper-roll outside diameter) just as a guide as it varies depending on the particular printer and paper rolls used.
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3.6 Using 58 mm Wide Paper Rolls

1 Turn off the power of the printer. 2 Open the printer cover. 3 Take off two screws and remove printer
cover.
4 Take off damper retention screws,
reposition damper (11 mm) in the direction of the arrow, then secure it with the
original screws again. 5 Replace printer cover on printer. 6 Install the supplied partition into the
position as illustrated. 7 Change DIP switch setting for 58 mm roll
paper, by referring to “SETTING DIP
SWITCHES”.
Printer cover
Damper
Partition
CAUTION
• Do not change DIP switch setting from 58 mm into 80 mm roll paper in the middle of printing.

3.7 Removing Jammed Paper

1 Turn off the power of the printer. 2 Open the printer cover. 3 Remove the paper jam including any paper chips remaining. (Also take out the paper
roll from the holder.) 4 Close the printer cover. 5 Turn on the printer. The auto cutter mechanism is initialized and the alarm is cleared.
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CAUTION
• The print head becomes hot immediately after printing. Do not touch it with your hand. Do not touch the heating element of the head with a bare hand or metal object either.

3.8 Cleaning the Print Head

1 Open the printer cover. 2 Wipe off stains, such as dust and the like, on the heating element of the head using a
cotton swab soaked in ethyl alcohol.
CAUTION
• The print head becomes hot immediately after printing. Do not touch it with your hand. Do not touch the heating element of the head with a bare hand or metal object either.
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3.9 Operation Panel and Error Indication

1 POWER lamp (Green)
Lights when the power is turned on. It blinks when a memory check error has occurred.
2 ERROR lamp (Red)
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Lights or blinks to show different error states. It also blinks while the printer is waiting for a macro
POWER
ERROR
FEED
POWER lamp (Green) ERROR lamp (Red)
FEED switch
to be executed.
3 FEED switch
Pressing this switch briefly causes one line of paper feeding. While a macro is waiting to be executed, pressing the switch causes the macro to be executed.
4 Buzzer
A buzzer sound alerts the operator to an error.
Error indication POWER lamp ERROR lamp Buzzer Recovery method
Memory Check error
Cover open Lights Lights
Head overheat Lights
Paper near-end
Paper end Lights Lights
Cutter motor lock Lights
Quick blinking Lights Not recoverable
(Four short beeps) × 2
Slow blinking
Lights Lights
(Four short beeps) × 2
Quick and slow blinking
Three long beeps
Close the cover.
Recovers automatically when the temperature returns to normal.
Set a new paper roll.
Set a new paper roll.
Remove paper jams.
Macro execution wait
Low voltage error Lights Not recoverable
High voltage error Lights Not recoverable
Waiting for label cutter action
Waiting for label discharge
Label detection error
Lights
Off
Off
Off
Slow blinking
Lights
Quick and slow blinking
Slow blinking
Slow blinking
Three long beeps
Press the FEED switch.
Press the FEED switch.
Remove label from peeler.
Set the specified label roll.
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Description of errors
Memory Check error:
This error occurs if a memory read-after-write check or FROM sum check has resulted in an error (unrecoverable error).
Cover open:
When you open the printer cover, the cover open sensor is activated, causing the ERROR lamp to light and the printing operation to stop. (Not recoverable error)
Head overheat:
To protect the print head from overheating, the head temperature sensor is activated if the head temperature rises over approx. 65°C, causing the ERROR lamp to blink and the printing operation to stop. Printing resumes automatically when the head temperature lowers below approx. 60°C. (Auto recoverable error)
Paper near-end:
As the paper roll diameter becomes small, the Paper near-end sensor is activated and causes the ERROR lamp to light, indicating the paper supply has become low. (See “Selecting the paper sensor valid for paper end signal output” and “Selecting the Paper Near-End Sensor valid for print stop”.)
Paper end:
When the paper roll has run out, the Paper end-sensor located near the print head on the paper path detects the end of the paper roll, causing the ERROR lamp to light and printing to stop. (See “Selecting the paper sensor valid for paper end signal output” and “Selecting the Paper Near-End Sensor valid for print stop”.)
Cutter motor lock:
While the cutter motor is running, if the cutter position detecting sensor inside the cutter unit remains ON or OFF for approx. 1 second or more, the printer determines that the motor has locked, causing the cutter operation and printing to stop. (See “Removing Jammed Paper”.)
Low voltage error:
Occurs when the voltage supplied to the printer decreases ; if this has occurred, turn the power off immediately. (Not recoverable error)
High voltage error:
Occurs when the voltage supplied to the printer increases ; if this has occurred, turn the power off immediately. (Not recoverable error)
Waiting for label cutter action:
Wait until the label discharged by the GS+FF (Cut Label and Discharge) command is cut by the manual cutter and the FEED switch is pressed. If “No Cutter” or “No Peeling Mechanism” is selected, the printer becomes Busy.
Waiting for Label Discharge:
Waiting for a label to be removed from the base sheet after it was discharged by the GS+FF (Cut Label & Eject) command (if the peeler is selected). The printer becomes Busy.
Label detection error:
Label gaps or black marks could not be detected, or the label sheets used do not fall in the specified length limits. If a label detection error occurs even though the label sheets used fall in the specified length limits,
it is most likely that the sensor or its peripheral electronics is defective. The printer becomes Busy.
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3.10 Self-printing

=== Hexadecimal Dump === To terminate hexadecimal dump, Press FEED switch three times. 1
B
40 73 6D 70 6C 65 0A 30 31 32 .@samp l e. 01 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 3456789ABCD 45 46 47 48 49 4
A 4B 4C 4D 4F
50 EFGHI JKLMOP
51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5
A 0D
QRSTUVWXYZ .
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6
A 6B
abcd e f gh i j k
6
C 6D 6E 6F
70 71 72 73 74 75 76 lmnopq r s t u v
77 78 79 7
A 0D 0A 0A 0A
wxyz....
=== Completed ===
When the power is turned on while the FEED switch is pressed, the printer will perform preset printing. After the self-printing is completed, the printer will return to the normal operation conditions.
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CBM1000
MPV3.xx LPV3.xx
Serial Interface Baud Rate : 19200 bps Data Bit : 8 bits Parity : None Handshake : DTR/DSR
Buffer Size 4K bytes
Dip Switches DS1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON o o OFF o o o o o o
Program & loader versions
Interface and its status (serial I/F in this example)
Buffer size
DIP switch status (DS3 for serial only)

3.11 Hexadecimal Dump

1 Hexadecimal dump function allows data
sent from the host computer to be printed in hexadecimal numbers as well as in characters corresponding to the numbers.
2 Starting hexadecimal dump
To start hex dump, turn the printer On while pressing and holding the FEED switch, with the printer cover left open. When you close the printer cover, the printer first prints “Hexadecimal Dump”, then prints all the subsequent data in hex and characters.
DS2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ON o OFF o o o o o o o o o DS3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ON o OFF o o o o o o o
! ”#$ %&’ ( ) *+,–. /0123456789: ;<=> ?@A B C DEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV
Hi j klm n op qrstuvw xyz{ | }~........
<Example of hexadecimal dump>
W
X YZ[ \ ] ^_ `abcdefg
If the Auto Cutter is used, the paper is cut into pages each time a page is printed.
All the printable characters are printed.
NOTE
• If a character is not available corresponding to the data received, “ . ” is printed instead.
• During hexadecimal dump, no other functions than DLE EOT and DLE ENQ work.
• If the data received is not enough for a full line, pressing the FEED switch causes the line to be printed.
3 Quitting hexadecimal dump
The printer exits Hex Dump mode when it is turned off, the FEED switch is pressed 3 times consecutively, or the printer receives a Reset signal from the interface, after hex dump is completed.
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3.12 Printer Buffer

3.12.1 Buffering
The printer buffer has a capacity of 4K bytes (DS1-6: OFF). The host is released immediately after it transfers data to the printer.
3.12.2 Buffer Full Busy
If the printer buffer becomes full, the Busy/DTR signal is set to “High” to indicate “Buffer Full” to the host. The printer is unable to receive data from the host while in Buffer Full.
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Printer Buffer
4K bytes
72 bytes
Note: The printer buffer can be initialized with DS1-6.
Busy/DTR Asserted
128 bytes remaining
20 bytes remaining
Busy/DTR Reset
256 bytes remaining
30 bytes remaining

3.13 Device ID

On receiving a Device ID request from the host, the printer returns a device ID as shown below through the parallel interface:
<00>H<31>H MFG:CBM; CMD:CBM;ESC/POS; MDL:CBM1000; CLS:PRINTER;
The first 2 bytes of the device ID indicates the total length of the ID including itself.
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4. SETTING DIP SWITCHES

4.1 Location of DIP Switches

1 Turn off the power of the printer.
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2 Open the printer cover. 3 Remove the paper roll and the DIP switch
cover.
4 After completing the setting, place the
cover to the original position.
DIP switch cover
CAUTION
• Do not make settings while the printer is
* DIP switch 3 is only for the
serial interface.
turned on.

4.2 Table for Setting DIP Switches

4.2.1 DIP switch 1
No. Function ON OFF Factory presetting
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
* It will be different according to the setting of paper width (DS1 – 3).
Print density
No.
Note: If print density is set to level 2 (Standard) or over, print speed may decrease.
Auto cutter
Unused
Paper width
Print columns*
CR mode
Input buffer
Print density
1-7
1-8
Available
-
58 mm
42 columns (80 mm) 30 columns (58 mm)
LF operation
72 bytes
Print density (See the tabel below.)
Level 1
(Light)
OFF
OFF
Level 2
(Standard)
ON
OFF
Not available
-
80 mm
48 columns (80 mm) 36 columns (58 mm)
Ignored
4K bytes
Level 3
(Slightly dark)
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Level 4
(Dark)
ON
ON
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4.2.2 DIP switch 2
No. Function ON OFF Factory presetting
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
Unused
Character code (See the table below.)
OFF*
OFF*
OFF*
OFF*
OFF
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Condition for BUSY to
2-6
2-7
2-8
2-9 OFFLabel length set Command Auto
2-10 OFFLabel Peeler Available Not available
* Depends on destinations.
occur
Paper
Detection Black mark Label interval
Reception buffer full
Thermal label paper
Off-line and reception
buffer full
Thermal paper
OFF
OFF
OFF
4.2.3 DIP switch 3
No. ON OFF Factory presetting
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
* DIP switch 3 is only for the serial interface.
Selection of character code tables
Code
Code 437 (USA: Standard Europe) Katakana (Japanese) Code 850 (Multilingual) Code 860 (Portuguese) Code 863 (Canadian-French) Code 865 (Nordic) Code 852 (Eastern Europe) Code 866 (Russian) Code 857 (Turkish) Windows Code 1252 Not defined Blank page
Function
Bit length
Parity
Odd/even
Communication mode
Baud rate (See the table below.)
DSR Reset DSR
INIT
No.
7 bits
Available
Even number
XON/XOFF
Reset
2-2 2-42-3
2-1
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON ON ON
ON OFF OFF
ON
8 bits
Not available
Odd number
DTR/DSR
Baud rate
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON ON
ON
Baud rate
• “Blank page” is an area for user registration, and is blank (space) by default.
• When “Katakana” is selected, the international character is set for Japanese. When the others are selected, it is set for USA.
No.
4,800 bps
9,600 bps 19,200 bps 38,400 bps
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
3-5
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
3-6
OFF OFF
ON ON
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5. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE

For the information on maintenance and service, please contact your CBM dealer or at the following addresses:
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Northern America
CBM America Corporation Service Center 363 Van Ness Way Suite 404 Torrance, CA 90501, U.S.A
TEL: +1-310-781-1460 FAX: +1-310-781-9157 E-mail: sales@cbma.com http://www.cbma.com
Other Areas
Japan CBM Corporation Information Systems Division CBM Bldg. 5-68-10, Nakano Nakano-ku, Tokyo 164-0001, Japan
TEL: +81-3-5345-7540 FAX: +81-3-5345-7541 E-mail: info-sys@jcbm.co.jp http://www.jcbm.co.jp
CAUTION
• If the printer has a fatal error, emission of smoke, fire, or other problem, immediately abort the current print session and unplug the printer from the supply outlet. Then call the contacts listed above or your local CBM dealer.
• Never attempt to disassemble or repair the printer by yourself.
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TABLE DES MATIÈRES
1. PRÉSENTATION GÉNÉRALE ............................................................... 9
1.1 Caractéristiques ........................................................................................ 9
1.2 Déballage ................................................................................................... 9
2. SPÉCIFICATIONS DE BASE ............................................................... 10
2.1 Classification des modèles .................................................................... 10
2.2 Apparence extérieure et nomenclature ................................................10
2.3 Spécifications de base............................................................................ 11
2.4 Spécifications du papier et position d’impression .............................. 12
2.5 Position du capteur et position du massicot........................................ 13
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3. FONCTIONNEMENT........................................................................... 14
3.1 Branchement de l’adaptateur secteur et du cordon d’alimentation .. 14
3.2 Branchement des câbles d’interface ..................................................... 14
3.3 Branchement du connecteur de renvoi du tiroir ................................. 15
3.4 Mise en place/Remplacement des rouleaux de papier .......................16
3.5 Réglage du capteur de fin de papier proche ........................................ 16
3.6 Utilisation de rouleaux de papier de 58 mm de largeur .....................17
3.7 Retrait du papier coincé .........................................................................17
3.8 Nettoyage de la tête d’impression ........................................................17
3.9 Panneau de commande et indication des erreurs ............................... 18
3.10 Impression automatique ......................................................................20
3.11 Vidage hexadécimal ............................................................................. 20
3.12 Tampon de l’imprimante ......................................................................21
3.13 Identification de périphérique ............................................................. 21
4. RÉGLAGES DES COMMUTATEURS À POSITIONS MULTIPLES .... 22
4.1 Emplacement des commutateurs à positions multiples..................... 22
4.2 Tableau pour le réglage des commutateurs à positions multiples .... 22
5. ENTRETIEN ET SERVICE APRÈS-VENTE ......................................... 24
APPENDIX 1. OUTLINE DRAWING .......................................................... i
APPENDIX 2. BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................. i
APPENDIX 3. IDENTIFICATION OF SEND STATUS ............................... ii
APPENDIX 4. PARALLEL INTERFACE .................................................... iii
APPENDIX 5. SERIAL INTERFACE .......................................................... v
APPENDIX 6. CONTROL COMMAND ................................................... vii
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PRÉCAUTIONS GÉNÉRALES
1 Les informations contenues dans ce mode d’emploi sont susceptibles d’être
modifiées sans préavis.
2 Tous droits réservés. La reproduction en totalité ou en partie de ce
document sans autorisation écrite de CBM Corporation est interdite.
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de démonter ou de réparer vous-même cet appareil.
4 Notez que CBM ne sera pas tenue responsable pour les dommages
attribuables à un fonctionnement ou une manipulation incorrecte, ou à des environnements de fonctionnement inappropriés qui ne sont pas spécifiés dans ce mode d’emploi.
5 Faites fonctionner cette imprimante uniquement de la manière décrite dans
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sont pas conservées pendant longtemps ou en permanence. Veuillez noter que CBM ne sera pas tenue responsable en cas de dommage ou de perte de profits résultant de la perte des données provoquée par des accidents, des réparations, des tests, ou toute autre occurrence.
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