Citizen PPU-700 User Manual

0 (0)
PRINTER PRESENTER UNIT
MODEL PPU-700
User’s Manual

WEEE MARK

,I\RXZDQWWRGLVSRVHWKLVSURGXFWGRQRWPL[ZLWKJHQHUDOKRXVHKROGZDVWH7KHUHLVD
En
VHSDUDWHFROOHFWLRQV\VWHPVIRUXVHGHOHFWURQLFVSURGXFWVLQDFFRUGDQFHZLWKOHJLVODWLRQXQGHU WKH:((('LUHFWLYH'LUHFWLYH(&DQGLVHIIHFWLYHRQO\ZLWKLQ(XURSHDQ8QLRQ
:HQQ6LHGLHVHV3URGXNWHQWVRUJHQZROOHQGDQQWXQ6LHGLHVELWWHQLFKW]XVDPPHQPLWGHP
Ge
6LYRXVVRXKDLWH]YRXVGpEDUUDVVHUGHFHWDSSDUHLOQHOHPHWWH]SDVjODSRXEHOOHDYHFYRV
Fr
RUGXUHVPpQDJqUHV,OH[LVWHXQV\VWqPHGHUpFXSpUDWLRQGLVWLQFWSRXUOHVYLHX[DSSDUHLOV pOHFWURQLTXHVFRQIRUPpPHQW jODOpJLVODWLRQ :(((VXU OHUHF\FODJHGHV GpFKHWVGHV pTXLSHPHQWVpOHFWULTXHVHWpOHFWURQLTXHV'LUHFWLYH(&TXLHVWXQLTXHPHQWYDODEOH GDQVOHVSD\VGHO¶8QLRQHXURSpHQQH /HVDSSDUHLOVHWOHVPDFKLQHVpOHFWULTXHVHWpOHFWURQLTXHVFRQWLHQQHQWVRXYHQWGHVPDWLqUHV GDQJHUHXVHVSRXUO¶KRPPHHWO¶HQYLURQQHPHQWVLYRXVOHVXWLOLVH]HWYRXVYRXVHQGpEDUUDVVH] GHIDoRQLQDSSURSULpH
6LGHVHDGHVKDFHUVHGHHVWHSURGXFWRQRORPH]FOHFRQUHVLGXRV GRPpVWLFRVGHFDUiFWHU
Sp
JHQHUDO([LVWHXQVLVWHPDGHUHFRJLGDVHOHFWLYDGHDSDUDWRVHOHFWUyQLFRVXVDGRVVHJ~Q HVWDEOHFHODOHJLVODFLyQSUHYLVWDSRUOD'LUHFWLYD&(VREUHUHVLGXRVGHDSDUDWRV HOpFWULFRV\HOHFWUyQLFRV5$((YLJHQWH~QLFDPHQWHHQOD8QLyQ(XURSHD
6HGHVLGHUDWHJHWWDUHYLDTXHVWRSURGRWWRQRQPHVFRODWHORDLULILXWLJHQHULFLGLFDVD(VLVWH
It
XQVLVWHPDGLUDFFROWDVHSDUDWRSHULSURGRWWLHOHWWURQLFLXVDWLLQFRQIRUPLWjDOODOHJLVOD]LRQH 5$(('LUHWWLYD&(YDOLGDVRORDOO¶LQWHUQRGHOO¶8QLRQH(XURSHD
'HSRQHHUGLWSURGXFWQLHWELMKHWJHZRQHKXLVKRXGHOLMNDIYDOZDQQHHUXKHWZLOWYHUZLMGHUHQ(U
Du
EHVWDDWLQJHYROJHGH:(((ULFKWOLMQ5LFKWOLMQ(*HHQVSHFLDDOZHWWHOLMN YRRUJHVFKUHYHQYHU]DPHOV\VWHHPYRRUJHEUXLNWHHOHNWURQLVFKHSURGXFWHQZHONDOOHHQJHOGW ELQQHQGH(XURSHVH8QLH
+YLVGXYLOVNLOOHGLJDIPHGGHWWHSURGXNWPnGXLNNHVPLGHGHWXGVDPPHQPHGGLWDOPLQGHOLJH
Da
KXVKROGQLQJVDIIDOG'HUILQGHVHWVHSDUDWLQGVDPOLQJVV\VWHPIRUXGWMHQWHHOHNWURQLVNHSURGXNWHU LRYHUHQVVWHPPHOVHPHGORYJLYQLQJHQXQGHU:(((GLUHNWLYHWGLUHNWLY(&VRP NXQHUJOGHQGHLGHQ(XURSLVNH8QLRQ
6HTXLVHUGHLWDUIRUDHVWHSURGXWRQmRRPLVWXUHFRPROL[RFRPXP'HDFRUGRFRPDOHJLVODomR
Por
TXHGHFRUUHGD'LUHFWLYD5(((±5HVtGXRVGH(TXLSDPHQWRV(OpFWULFRVH(OHFWUyQLFRV &(H[LVWHXPVLVWHPDGHUHFROKDVHSDUDGRSDUDRVHTXLSDPHQWRVHOHFWUyQLFRVIRUDGH XVRHPYLJRUDSHQDVQD8QLmR(XURSHLD
-HĪHOL]DPLHU]DV]SR]E\üVLĊWHJRSURGXNWXQLHZ\U]XFDMJRUD]HP]H]Z\Ná\PL
Pol
GRPRZ\PLRGSDGNDPL:HGáXJG\UHNW\Z\:((('\UHNW\ZD(& RERZLą]XMąFHMZ8QLL(XURSHMVNLHMGODXĪ\ZDQ\FKSURGXNWyZHOHNWURQLF]Q\FK QDOHĪ\VWRVRZDüRGG]LHOQHVSRVRE\XW\OL]DFML

Declaration of Conformity

This printer conforms to the following Standards:
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, 93/68/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC.
LVD : EN60950
EMC : EN55022 Class A
EN61000-3-2 EN61000-3-3 EN55024
This declaration is applied only for 230V model.
CITIZEN is registered trade mark of CITIZEN WATCH CO., LTD., Japan
CITIZEN es una marca registrada de CITIZEN WATCH CO., LTD., Japón
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 Gerät 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.

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

1. The information contained in this manual is subject to change without prior notice.
2. Reproduction or transfer of part or all of this manual in any means is prohibited without permission from CITIZEN SYSTEMS.
3. Except explained elsewhere in this manual, do not attempt to service, disassemble, or repair this product.
4. Note that CITIZEN SYSTEMS is not responsible for any damage attributable to incorrect operation/handling or improper operating environments that 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 and not for storage for a long period or permanently. Please note that CITIZEN SYSTEMS is not responsible for damage or lost profit resulting from the loss of data caused by accidents, repairs, tests or other occurrence.
7. If you find loss of information, error, or uncertain matter, please contact your CITIZEN SYSTEMS dealer.
8. Please note CITIZEN SYSTEMS is not responsible for anything that may occur from operating this printer regardless of what is stated in “7” above.
CAUTION
This is a Class A information technology equipment based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance may arise. When such trouble occurs, the user may be required to take corrective actions.
1

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ... WHICH SHOULD BE STRICTLY OBSERVED

Before using this product for the first time, carefully read these SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. Incorrect operation may result in unexpected accidents (fire, electric 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 users 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 the precautions indicated by this symbol may result in fatal or serious injury.
CAUTION
Neglecting the 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 alert you to the danger of electric shock or electrostatic damage.
This symbol denotes a request to unplug the printer from the wall outlet.
This symbol is used to indicate the information on the use, or the like.
This symbol is used to indicate prohibited actions.
2
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
Salty air or corrosive gases
Ill-ventilated atmosphere
Chemical reactions in a laboratory
Airborne oil, steel particles, or dust
Static electricity or strong magnetic field
Neglecting these warnings may result in printer failure, overheating,
emission of smoke, fire, or electric shock.
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 paper clip, pin or screw into
the printer.
Do not place a flower vase, 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.
Never use organic cleaning solvent such as alcohol, paint thinner,
trichloroethylene, benzene, or ketone.
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 CITIZEN SYSTEMS dealer.
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.
Neglecting to handle properly may result in printer failure,
overheating, emission of smoke, fire, or electric shock.
Install, use, or store the printer out of the reach of children.
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.
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.
3
WARNING
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.
Check to make sure that the supply outlet from which the printer is
powered has a sufficient capacity.
Do not supply the printer from a power strip or current tap shared with other appliances.
Do not plug the power cord into a supply outlet with dust or debris left on its plug.
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 cord to overheat or fire or the circuit breaker to trip.
Do not use the printer while the power cord is loaded with anything or it is trampled on.
Do not use or carry the printer with its power cord bent, twisted, or pulled.
Do not attempt to modify the power cord unnecessarily.
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 CITIZEN SYSTEMS dealer.
Do not leave things around the supply outlet.
Supply power to the printer form a convenient wall outlet, readily
accessible in an emergency.
The printer may not be immediately shut down in an emergency.
Insert the power plug fully into the supply outlet.
If the printer is likely to be out of use for a long time, leave it
disconnected from its supply outlet.
4
CAUTION
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
Salty air or corrosive gases
Ill-ventilated atmosphere
Chemical reactions in a laboratory
Airborne oil, steel particles, or dust
Static electricity or strong magnetic field
Otherwise failure, smoke, ignition, fire, or electric shock may occur.
Place the printer on a flat, stable surface without vibration.
Otherwise dropping may cause injury.
Do not use the printer under the following conditions.
A state where the printer ventilation holes are blocked by a nearby wall or something
A state where any object is placed on the printer
A state where the printer is covered or wrapped by a cloth or bed
clothing
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.
Avoid using the printer interconnected with a cable or cord that has no protection against noise. (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 printers grounding post onto any of the following facilities.
Utility gas piping
A gas explosion could result
Telephone line ground
Lightning rod
If lightning 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.
5
CAUTION
Please observe the following precautions for power source and power cord:
Use the printer only at the specified supply voltage and frequency.
Use only the specified AC adapter with the printer.
Check to make sure that the supply outlet from which the printer is
powered has a sufficient capacity.
Do not supply the printer from a power strip or current tap shared with other appliances.
Do not plug the power cord into a supply outlet with dust or debris left on its plug.
Neglecting to handle properly may result in printer failure, emission of smoke, fire, or electric shock.
An overload may cause the power cord to overheat or fire or the circuit breaker to trip.
Do not leave things around the supply outlet.
Use the printer near a convenient wall outlet, readily accessible in an
emergency.
Otherwise the printer may not be immediately shut down in an emergency.
Insert the power plug fully into the supply outlet.
If the printer is likely to be out of use for a long time, leave it
disconnected from its supply outlet.
Plug or unplug the power cord or other cables with the power off and by holding the plug or connector.
Do not use the power cord or other signal cables under the following conditions.
A state where the power cord or cable is loaded by something or trampled on.
A state where the printer is used or carried with its power cord bent, twisted, or pulled
Do not lay the power cord in the neighbor of a heating device.
Do not attempt to modify the power cord unnecessarily.
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 CITIZEN SYSTEMS dealer.
Be sure to firmly insert the cable plug into its mating socket.
A cross connection may damage the printers internal electronics or the host systems hardware.
6
CAUTION
To prevent possible malfunction or failure observe the following.
Avoid operating the printer without paper properly loaded.
Avoid the use of paper not complying with specifications.
Otherwise thermal print head may be damaged and may result in poor print quality.
Do not drop any metallic object such as paper clip, pin or screw into the printer.
Do not spill coffee 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 CITIZEN SYSTEMS dealer.
Avoid using torn pieces of paper or spliced with plastic adhesive tapes.
Avoid forcibly pulling already loaded paper by hand.
Otherwise paper jam may occur. If paper jam occurs, remove it correctly by referring to Removing Jammed Paper in this manual.
Do not allow the printer to sustain strong impacts or hard jolts (e.g., trampling, dropping, striking with a hard edge).
To prevent injury and printer failures from worsening, observe the following:
Do not touch the printing surface of the thermal head.
Do not touch any of the moving parts (e.g., paper cutter, gears, active
electrical parts) while the printer is working.
In case of trouble do not attempt to repair the printer. Ask CITIZEN SYSTEMS service for repair.
Be careful that the paper cover does not entrap your hands or fingers.
Be careful with sharp edges on the printer. Dont allow them to injure
you or damage property.
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.
7
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,
trichloroethylene, benzene, or ketone. Never use a chemically processed cleaning cloth.
To remove paper chips, use a soft brush.
When transporting the printer, remove the paper roll from its paper
holder.
CAUTION
The thermal head is at a dangerously high temperature immediately after printing. Allow it to cool off before launching maintenance work.
Clean the thermal head by wiping the dust off the surface of the heating element on the print head with gauze slightly moistened by alcohol.
CAUTION
Do not touch the heating element of the print head by bare hand or via metal strip.
The thermal head is at a dangerously high temperature immediately after printing. Allow it to cool off before launching maintenance work.
Clean the presenter by wiping the dust off the surface of the rubber roller with gauze slightly moistened by alcohol.
8

THE TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL OUTLINE ................................................................. 12
1.1 Features ........................................................................................12
1.2 Unpacking .....................................................................................12
2. BASIC SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................13
2.1 Model Classification..................................................................... 13
2.1.1 PPU Series ........................................................................................... 13
2.1.2 Option .................................................................................................. 14
2.2 Basic Specifications .....................................................................15
2.3 Print Paper Specifications ...........................................................17
2.3.1 Specified Paper ................................................................................... 17
2.3.2 Print Position ....................................................................................... 18
2.3.3 Print Head and Paper Cut Position .................................................... 19
2.3.4 Black Mark Layout and Operating Condition ................................... 20
3. APPEARANCE AND COMPONENTS PARTS...........................21
3.1 PPU-700 Printer ............................................................................21
3.2 Detector Position .......................................................................... 23
3.3 PHU-3***(Paper Feed Unit) (Option).......................................... 24
4. OPERATION .............................................................................. 25
4.1 Connecting AC Adapter and AC Cable .......................................25
4.2 Connecting Interface Cables .......................................................26
4.3 Interface Board Change ...............................................................27
4.4 Connecting PHU (Paper Feed Unit) ............................................27
4.5 Connector for Operation Panel (CN500) ..................................... 28
4.6 Setting/Replacing Paper Roll....................................................... 29
4.6.1 Paper Setting from Paper Side-in ...................................................... 29
4.6.2 Paper Setting by Auto-loading .......................................................... 30
4.6.3 When Using PHU-3 *** (Paper Feed Unit) ....................................... 31
4.7 Removing the Remaining Paper Roll .........................................32
4.8 Removing Jammed Paper ........................................................... 32
4.9 Removing Cutter Lock .................................................................33
4.10 Changing Paper Width ............................................................... 34
4.11 FEED Switch ...............................................................................35
4.12 Paper End .................................................................................... 35
4.13 Paper Near-End Sensor (When PHU-3*** is used) .................36
4.14 Paper Retraction ......................................................................... 37
4.15 Self-printing ................................................................................ 37
4.16 Hexadecimal Dump Feature ...................................................... 37
4.17 Operation Panel and Error Indication ....................................... 38
9
5. NOTES ON EXTERIOR DESIGN ...............................................40
5.1 Notes on Paper Exit .....................................................................40
5.2 Notes on Paper Collection Hole and Collection Path ................ 42
5.3 Notes on Paper Insertion Path ....................................................43
5.4 PHU-3*** (Paper Feed Unit) Installation .................................... 43
5.5 Layout Examples of Control Box ................................................44
6. DIP SWITCHES.......................................................................... 45
6.1 Setting DIP Switches .................................................................... 45
6.2 DIP Switch Functions ...................................................................46
7. MEMORY SWITCHES ...............................................................47
7.1 Setting Memory Switches ...........................................................47
7.2 Memory Switch Functions ..........................................................49
APPENDIX-1. PPU-700 EXTERNAL VIEW ...................................50
APPENDIX-2. PHU-3*** (PAPER FEED UNIT) INSTALLATION..51
APPENDIX-3. BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................. 52
10
<<< DEUTSCH >>>

INHALT

4. BEDIENUNG.............................................................................. 62
4.1 Anschließen des Netzteils und Netzkabels ................................ 62
4.2 Anschließen der Schnittstellenkabel ..........................................63
4.3 Austausch der Schnittstellenkarte ..............................................64
4.4 Anschließen der PHU (Papierhaltereinheit) ...............................64
4.5 Anschluss für Bedienungsfeld (CN500) ...................................... 65
4.6 Einsetzen/Auswechseln der Papierrolle .....................................66
4.6.1 Papiereinsetzen von Papierseite-Ein ................................................. 66
4.6.2 Papiereinsetzen durch automatisches Einlegen .............................. 67
4.6.3 Bei Verwendung von PHU-3 *** (Papiereinzugeinheit) .................. 68
4.7 Entfernen der verbleibenden Papierrolle ...................................69
4.8 Beseitigen von Papierstaus .........................................................69
4.9 Beseitigen von Schnittmechanismusblockierungen ................. 70
4.10 Ändern der Papierbreite ............................................................71
4.11 Vorschubtaste (FEED).................................................................72
4.12 Papierende .................................................................................. 72
4.13 Papiermengensensor (bei Verwendung von PHU-3***).........73
4.14 Papierrückzug .............................................................................74
4.15 Statusausdruck ........................................................................... 74
4.16 Hexdump-Druckfunktion ...........................................................74
4.17 Bedienungsfeld und Fehleranzeige ..........................................75
5. HINWEISE ZUR AUSEREN ERSCHEINUNG ...........................77
5.1 Hinweise zum Papierauslauf .......................................................77
5.2 Hinweise zu Papiersammelloch und Sammelpfad....................79
5.3 Hinweise zum Papiereinführpfad................................................ 80
5.4 Installation von PHU-3*** (Papiereinzugeinheit) ......................80
5.5 Layout-Beispiele für Steuerkasten .............................................. 81
6. DIP-SCHALTER.......................................................................... 82
6.1 Einstellen der DIP-Schalter .......................................................... 82
6.2 DIP-Schalter-Funktionen .............................................................. 83
7. SPEICHERSCHALTER ...............................................................84
7.1 Einstellen der Speicher-Switches ...............................................84
7.2 Speicher-Switch-Funktionen .......................................................86
11

1. GENERAL OUTLINE

The PPU-700 is a printer designed for use with a broad array of terminal equipment including data, measuring instruments, outdoor information, or as a presenter for issuing various kinds of tickets and coupon tickets. With extensive features, it can be used in a wide range of applications. To obtain the best results from the PPU-700 printer, please read the instructions in this manual thoroughly.

1.1 Features

(1) Paper side-insert mechanism facilitating paper insertion and maintenance. (2) Paper width can be chosen among 58, 67, 80, and 82.5 mm. (3) Line thermal printing allows high-speed, low-noise printing. (4) Allows collection of paper not received. (Paper collection mechanism) (5) Small size and light weight requiring minimum installation space. (6) Long-life head and high reliability with simple mechanism. (7) Built-in input buffer. (8) Barcode printing is available with special command. (9) Page mode allows free layout of printing. (10) User-defined characters and logos can be registered in the flash memory. (11) User-designed characters can be registered.
(94 Kanji characters, 95 ANK characters) (12) Detection of black mark is available. (Option) (13) Free layout of each unit. (14) Large-sized roll paper can be used. (Option) (15) Built-in buzzer (16) Various kinds of customization are available. (17) 2-color printing

1.2 Unpacking

After unpacking the printer, confirm that the following are provided.
Printer: 1
User's manual: 1
CAUTION!
Place the printer on the equipment positioned horizontally and stably.
Avoid installation near heater or in direct sunlight.
Avoid use in the environment with high temperature, high humidity, and very dirty.
Avoid dew condensation. In the case of dew condensation, keep power off till dew
condensation is cleared.
12

2. BASIC SPECIFICATIONS

2.1 Model Classification

The printer models are classified by the following designation method:

2.1.1 PPU Series

PPU-700 - R U M1
Model Name
Interface R: Serial (RS-232C) P: Parallel (IEEE 1284 compliant) U: USB
Character Set U: International K: Japan (Supporting Kanji code)
Black Mark Sensor Position (Option) None: No Sensor (Standard) M1: Rear Left M2: Rear Right (Head Up Lever side) M3: Left of Print Surface
13

2.1.2 Option

(1) PHU Series (Paper Feed Unit)
PHU-3 3 1 S
Model Name
Shaft length 3: Paper width 58 to 82.5 mm (Standard) 2: Paper width 58 mm only
PNE Sensor 1: 1 Sensor (Standard) 2: 2 Sensors
Paper setting S: Side (Standard) T: To p
PHU-3**S PHU-3**T
(2) 32AD Series (AC Adapter)
32AD - U
Model Name
AC Cable U: USA (120V 3-core cord) E: Europe (230V Class I Cord) J: Japan (100V 3-core cord)
14

2.2 Basic Specifications

Item PPU-700-PU PPU-700-PK
Print method Line thermal dot print method Print width 80 mm/640 dots Dot density 8 × 8 dots/mm (203 dpi) Print speed 150 mm/sec (max., Print density level 2), (1200 dot lines/sec) Number of print Font A: 48 columns, 12 × 24 dots
columns Font B: 64 columns, 9 × 17 dots
Character size Font A: 1.50 × 3.00 mm
Character type Alphanumeric characters, International characters, PC850, 852, 857, 858,
User memory 256 KB (Capable of registering user-defined characters and logos) Barcode type UPC-A/E, JAN (EAN) 13 colummns/8 columns, ITF, CODE 39, CODE 128,
Line spacing 4.23 mm (1/6 in.), selectable by use of command Paper Thermal paper roll
(See paper spec.) Width: 58 to 82.5 mm
Presenter Standard length: 90 mm Interface Serial (RS-232C compliant), Parallel (IEEE1284 compliant), USB Input buffer 4K bytes/72 bytes Supply voltage DC 24V ±7% Power consumption 100 W AC adapter Rated input: AC 100V to 240V, 50/60 Hz, 150 VA
specification Rated output: DC 24V, 2A
Weight 2.1 kg Outside dimensions 163.2 (W) × 176 (D) × 144 (H) mm (See external view) Operating temperature
and humidity Storage temperature –20 to 60°C, 10 to 90% RH (No dew condensation)
and humidity
Model PPU-700-RU PPU-700-RK
PPU-700-UU PPU-700-UK
Font C: 72 columns, 8 × 16 dots
Kanji Font A: 24 columns, 24 × 24 dots Kanji Font B: 36 columns, 16 × 16 dots
Font B: 1.13 × 2.13 mm Font C: 1.00 × 2.00 mm
Kanji Font A: 3.00 × 3.00 mm Kanji Font C: 2.00 × 2.00 mm
860, 863, 865, 866, WPC1252, Katakana
Kanji (JIS Level 1, Level 2)
CODABAR, CODE 93
External diameter: φ203 mm max. (when using PHU) Core: Internal diameter: φ25.4 mm, Outer diameter: φ30 mm or more Paper thickness: 65 to 150 µm
Type 32AD-U 32AD-E 32AD-J
5 to 40°C, 35 to 85% RH (No dew condensation)
15
Item PPU-700-PU PPU-700-PK
Model PPU-700-RU PPU-700-RK
PPU-700-UU PPU-700-UK
Reliability Print head life: 150 Km, 100 million pulses (At normal temperature,
humidity with recommended paper used)
Auto cutter life: 1 million cuts (At normal temperature, humidity, with
paper thickness of 0.065 mm)
Safety Standard
*1 UL, C-UL, TUV, GS, VCCI Class A
FCC Class A CE marking
Note: *1: Represents the safety standards acquired when CITIZEN SYSTEMS-made AC adapter (32AD
series) is used.
16

2.3 Print Paper Specifications

2.3.1 Specified Paper

Thermal Paper Roll
Type: Heat-sensitive paper
Paper width: 58 mm, 67 mm, 80 mm, 82.5 mm
Paper thickness: 0.065 to 0.150 mm
Roll diameter: φ203 max.
Print surface: Outer side of the roll (surface)
Core: φ25.4 (inner diameter),
Recommended paper: Nippon Paper Industries TF50KS-E, EC
Or other equivalent paper
φ30 mm or more (outer diameter)
Mitsubishi Paper Mills F230AA
CAUTION!
Paper not complying with the specifications may cause some departure in print tone.
Adjust the print tone with the DIP switch. (See 7.2 Memory Switch Functions”.)
Do not paste paper end to the core.
If printed documents are exposed to a particular chemical or oil afterwards, coloration
or faint letters may result.
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.
17

2.3.2 Print Position

2 mm
2 mm
79.5 mm (Print area)
82.5 mm (Paper width)
63 mm (Print area)
67 mm (Paper width)
1 mm
2 mm
4 mm
2 mm
80 mm (Paper width)
54 mm (Print area)
58 mm (Paper width)
* Hatched portion: Printable area
72 mm (Print area)
4 mm
2 mm
18

2.3.3 Print Head and Paper Cut Position

Print Surface
Paper exit
36 mm12.8 mm37 mm12.4 mm15 mm17.5 mm
Feed roller
Presenter sensor
Paper feed direction
Auto-cutter
Thermal head
Paper-end sensor
Black mark sensor (Option)
19

2.3.4 Black Mark Layout and Operating Condition

Cutpositionwhen
blackmarkis
detected.
12.4mm
M2(Back)
32.5mm
Print Surface
M1(Back)
L
Cutpositionwhen
blackmarkis
detected.
M3(Front)
12.4mm
Paper Feed
Direction
32.5mm
I
J
Symbol Item BM Paper
I Black mark length 5 to 10 mm
J Black mark width 10 mm min.
L Black mark pitch 100 mm ~ 3000 mm
Black marks are selected at two places on the back and one place on the front (PCS value is 0.9 or more).
* BM position is an option of factory shipment.
Though printing is available on the printing side having a black mark on the back, print density may become thin depending on the type of paper; therefore, user’s notice such as printing on the place without black mark is necessary.
Distance between black mark and black mark sensor is approx. 32.5 mm. If black mark is detected within this distance, next black mark is detected.
Cut position when black mark is detected by the GS+S command (black mark detection command) is about 45 mm with the top of black mark used as a reference.
Amount of automatic paper feed at the detection of black mark can be set by the ESC Y n1 n2 command.
Basically cut command can be executed in any condition. If minimum distance for issuing a ticket (80 mm) is not satisfied, paper feed as much as the shorted amount is added by the printer.
* The user is requested to prepare the printing layout in consideration of the
above regulations.
— 20 —
3.

APPEARANCE AND COMPONENTS PARTS

3.1 PPU-700 Printer

(1) Cutter Clear Knob
(2) POWER lamp
(3) ERROR lamp
(4) FEED switch
(5) Auto-cutter
(6) Paper exit
(1) Cutter Clear Knob
Operated at the occurrence of cutter error.
(2) POWER lamp
Lights when the printer is powered on.
(7) Head up lever
(3) ERROR lamp
Lights or blinks at the occurrence of error.
(4) FEED switch
This switch, when pressed, feeds and cuts paper and ejects the paper from
the presenter.
(5) Auto-cutter
Cuts the printed paper.
(6) Paper exit
(7) Head up lever
Used when setting paper or for maintenance.
21
(8) Paper slot
(9) Power switch
(10) Power connector
(11) Interface connectors
(12) Control box
(8) Paper slot
(9) Power switch
Switch to turn ON/OFF presenter power.
(10) Power connector
Connector for power supply from outside.
(11) Interface connectors
Connects the interface cable for communication. Serial, parallel, and USB
connectors are provided.
(12) Control box
Control board is contained.
(13) Buzzer
Located on the control board and sounds at the occurrence of error, etc.
22

3.2 Detector Position

(1) Auto-Cutter
Initialize Detection
(Contact System)
(2) Presenter Sensor
(Reflection Type)
(3) Cover Open Detection (Contact System)
(1) Auto-Cutter Initialize Detection (Contact System)
Detects the position of cutter blade.
(2) Presenter Sensor (Reflection Type)
Detects the presence or absence of paper and paper jam.
(3) Cover Open Detection (Contact System)
Detects open and close of paper guide.
(4) Paper-end Detection (Contact System)
(5) Black Mark Sensor (Reflection Type)
(5) Black Mark Sensor (Reflection Type)
(4) Paper-end Detection (Contact System)
Detects presence and absence of paper supplied
(5) Black Mark Sensor (Reflection Type): Option
Detects Black Mark.
23

3.3 PHU-3***(Paper Feed Unit) (Option)

(1) PNE sensor adjust screw
(2) PNE sensor
(3) Tension bar
(4) Head up lever
(5) Paper roller
(1) PNE sensor adjust screw
Screw to adjust the amount of paper by moving the sensor position.
(2) PNE sensor
Sensor to detect that paper is low.
(3) Tension bar
Absorbs the shock at the rotation of paper roll.
(4) Head up lever (PHU-3**T: Not provided for paper top set type)
Used for opening the side door for paper setting.
(5) Paper roller
Used for supporting paper roll.
Paper Feed Unit Installation
For detailed dimensions, refer to Appendix-2. PHU-3***
(Paper Feed Unit) Installation”.
24
Loading...
+ 63 hidden pages