Dymo RhinoPRO 3000 User Manual

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Figure 1 RhinoPRO 3000 Printer

About Your New Printer

With your new DYMO RhinoPRO3000 label printer, you can create a wide variety of highquality, self-adhesive labels. You can choose to print your labels in many different sizes and styles. The printer uses DYMO RhinoPRO Industrial label cassettes in widths of 3/8” (9 mm), or 1/2” (12 mm). RhinoPRO label cassettes are also available in a wide range of materials.

Visit www.dymo.com/industrial for information on obtaining tapes and accessories for your printer.

Warranty Registration

Please complete the warranty registration card and return it to the appropriate address, or you can register online at www.dymo.com/industrial.

Getting Started

Follow the instructions in this section to print your first label.

Power Supply

The printer is powered by standard batteries or an AC power adapter. To save power, the printer will automatically turn off after five minutes of inactivity.

Inserting the Batteries

The printer uses six 1.5 volt AA alkaline batteries.

To insert the batteries

1.Press the thumb latch on the bottom of the printer to open the battery compartment door. See Figure 2.

Press thumb latch

Figure 2

2.Insert the batteries following the polarity markings (+ and –).

3.Close the battery compartment door.

Remove the batteries if the printer will not be used for a long period of time.

Connecting the AC Adapter

You can also use an optional AC power adapter to power the printer. Connecting the AC adapter disconnects the batteries as a power source.

To connect the AC adapter

1.Plug the power adapter into the power connector on the top of the printer.

Figure 3

2.Plug the other end of the power adapter into a power outlet.

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Inserting the Tape Cassette

Your printer comes with one label tape cassette. Visit www.dymo.com/industrial for information about purchasing additional label cassettes.

To insert the tape cassette

1.Press the thumb catch on the right side of the printer to open the tape cassette door.

2.Make sure that the tape cassette switch is set to 9/12 mm. See Figure 4. A notch in the cassette fits over the switch when the cassette is in the correct position.

The first time you use the printer, remove the protective cardboard insert from between the print head and pinch roller. See Figure 4.

Remove cardboard insert

Tape cassette switch

= 6 mm

= 9/12 mm

Figure 4

3.Make sure the tape and ribbon are taut across the mouth of the cassette and that the tape passes between the guideposts.

4.Insert the cassette with the tape and ribbon positioned between the print head and pinch roller. See Figure 5.

Click!

Figure 5

5.Press firmly until cassette clicks into place. Make sure tape and ribbon are positioned correctly.

6.Close the tape cassette door and press Ato turn on the power.

Settings

You can select the language and corresponding units of measure you want the printer to use.

Selecting a Language

Several language-related features are determined by the language setting, such as availability of special characters. Three languages are available: English (default), Spanish, and French.

See Using International Characters on page 6 for information about international characters.

To select a language

1.Press + SIZE .

2.Use the arrow keys to select the language.

3.Press to set the language.

Selecting Units of Measure

You can set the units of measure to display as inches (default) or millimeters.

To set the units of measure

1.Press + STYLE .

2.Use the arrow keys to select inches or mm.

3.Press to set the units of measure.

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Printing Your First Label

You are now ready to print your first label.

To print a label

1.Enter text to create a simple label.

2.Press .

3.Cut the label by pressing the cutting lever towards the back of the printer. See Figure 6.

Figure 6

4. Remove the label.

Congratulations! You have printed your first label. Continue reading to learn more about the options available for creating labels.

Getting to Know Your Printer

Become familiar with the location of the feature and function keys on your printer. See Figure 1 on the inside front cover of this manual. The following sections describe each feature in detail.

Power

The Abutton turns the power on and off. If no keys are pressed after five minutes, the power is switched off automatically.

LCD Display

The printer’s LCD display typically shows a row of thirteen characters. However, you can enter up to 99 characters and/or spaces.

Feature and function indicators appear on the top, side, and bottom of the display to indicate that a feature or function is selected. See Figure 7.

SIZE XL FLAG HWRAP

FIXED VERT PANEL

 

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Backlighting

When the printer is used in a low-light environment, the display may become difficult to read. The backlighting feature lights the display.

Press + ESC to turn backlighting on and off.

Caps Key

The Caps key toggles capitalization on and off. When Caps mode is turned on, the Caps indicator is shown on the display and all letters that you enter will be capitalized. The default setting is Caps mode on. When Caps mode is off, all letters entered appear in lower case.

Press + SERIAL to turn CAPS mode on and off.

Function Key

The Function key is used to select the function or symbol printed above a key. For example, when you press SIZE , the Font size menu appears in the

display; however, if you press

+ SIZE together,

the Language menu appears.

 

Backspace Key

The Backspace key removes the character to the left of the cursor. Pressing + clears the current label text. Text size and other settings remain unchanged.

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Escape Key

The Escape key ESC returns you to the starting point from within any function.

Navigation Key

You review and edit your label using the arrows on the Navigation key. You can also view menu choices, and then press to make a selection.

Designing Your Label

You can choose from a number of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your labels.

Changing the Font Size

You can print the text on your label in four font sizes: small, medium, large, and extra-large.

S M L XL

The font size you can use depends on the size of label tape installed and the printing option you have selected.

To set the font size

1.Press SIZE .

2.Select a font size and press .

Changing the Font Style

You can print the text on your label in three styles: normal (default), italic, or outline. The selected font style applies to all characters on the label.

To set the font style

1.Press STYLE .

2.Use the arrow keys to select a font style.

3.Press .

Adding a Box or Underline

You can further highlight your text by choosing a box or underline style. See Figure 8.

 

DYMO

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A label can be underlined or enclosed in a box, but not both together. When you apply the underline style to a two-line label, both lines are underlined. When you apply a box to a two-line label, the entire label text is enclosed in a single box.

To add a box or underline

1.Press BOX/UL .

2.Select box or underline style and then press .

Creating Multi-Line Labels

You can create multi-line labels depending upon the size of the label tape, as follows:

Tape Size

3/8” (9 mm)

1/2” (12 mm)

 

 

 

Number of Lines

2

2

 

 

 

To create a multi-line label

1.Type the text for the first line, and press .

2.Type the text for the next line.

Using International Characters

The printer supports the extended Latin character set using RACE technology. Similar to using a mobile phone keypad, typing a letter multiple times quickly will scroll through variations of that letter.

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For example, if French is selected as the language and you repeatedly press the letter a, you will see a à â æ and so on through all the variations available. The character variations and the order in which the variations appear depend on the language you have selected to use.

Adding Symbols

The printer supports the extended symbol set as shown in Figure 9.

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To add a symbol

1. Press + SPACE . The first row of symbols shown in Figure 9 is displayed.

2.Use the arrow keys to move to the desired symbol. You can move horizontally and vertically through the rows of symbols.

3. When you locate the symbol, press to add the symbol to your label.

Saving your Label

You can save up to 25 labels in memory.

To save a label

1.Type your label text.

2.Press + RECALL to display the memory locations. Each memory location is identified by a number (01, 02 ... 25). If a memory location contains a saved label, the label content is displayed next to the number.

3.Use the arrow keys to select an empty location.

4.Press to save the label.

Recalling from Memory

Once a label is saved to memory, you can recall the label to print or edit.

To recall a label from memory

1.Press RECALL . The memory locations are displayed.

2.Use the arrow keys to find the memory location for the label you want and then press .

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Deleting a Label from Memory

When you no longer need a stored label, you can delete it from memory.

To delete a label from memory

1.Press RECALL . The memory locations are displayed.

2.Use the arrow keys to move to the memory location that contains the label you want.

3. Press + and then press ESC to clear the memory location.

Using the Hot Key Functions

Your printer includes several Hot KeyTM functions that allow you to print specific types of labels. Hot Keys are available for printing flag, wrap, fixedlength, distribution panel, and vertical labels.

HWRAP

When you select flag, wrap, fixed, or vertical print modes, the labelmaker remains in that print mode until you either select another hot key or select normal mode.

To select normal mode

Press + FLAG .

Printing in Flag Mode

Flag labels wrap around a wire or cable leaving the text part of the label extending out from the cable. See Figure 10.

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The default diameter is 3/8” (9 mm). The length of the label tape between the label text (U) is approximately 1.1” (28.27 mm).

The text on flag labels is automatically printed on both ends of the label leaving a blank space in the middle that wraps around the cable. When the label is applied to the cable, both ends of the label are applied back to back leaving a tail or flag. The result is a label that can be read from both sides.

To print a flag label

1.Press FLAG .

2.Enter the text for the label and press .

Printing Wrap Labels

You can create labels that wrap around a cable or wire. A line of text is placed horizontally or vertically along the width of the cable, and repeated so that you can read the label from any angle.

Horizontal Wrap Labels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left Speaker

Horizontal wrap labels can contain

 

 

Left Speaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

letters, numbers, or symbols.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To print horizontal wire wraps

 

 

Left Speaker

 

 

 

 

Left Speaker

 

 

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Press HWRAP .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Enter the label text and press

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Vertical Wrap Labels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

123 123 123 123

 

 

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fixed length of 1.5” (40 mm) and can

123 123 123

 

 

 

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To print vertical wrap labels

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Press + HWRAP .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Enter the label text and press

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Printing Fixed-Length Labels

Normally, the length of the label is determined by the length of the text entered. However, you may wish to make a label for a specific purpose that is a fixed length regardless of the length of the text.

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You can specify a fixed length for a label in 0.1” (2 mm) increments between 1.5” (40 mm) and 25.0” (650 mm). The preset fixed length is 1.5” (40 mm). Any change you make to the fixed length setting remains in effect until you change it.

To set the label length

1.Press FIXED .

2.Use the arrow keys to select the label length and

press .

3. Enter the text for the label and press .

If multiple copies of a fixed-length label are printed, cut marks are printed between each label.

Cut Marks

 

MEDIA ROOM

 

MEDIA ROOM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.9” (50 mm)

1.9” (50 mm)

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Printing Distribution Panel Labels

Distribution panel mode allows you to create a label that contains boxes of information for labeling multiple items in one location; for example, a number of ports on a distribution panel. You define the number of boxes to label, set the length and enter the text for each box, and then print. The result is a long label with correctly spaced boxes of text for each port.

01 | 02 | 03 | 04

U

To print a distribution panel label

1.Press PANEL .

2.Enter the number of boxes and press .

3. Select the length of the boxes and press . The default length is 1.5” (40 mm).

4. Select 1 or 2 lines of text, and press .

5. Enter the text for the first box and press .

If you selected two lines of text, the display shows TextBox01Row2 indicating row 2 of box 1.

6. Enter the text for the second line and press .

The text for this box automatically prints and you are ready to enter text for the next box.

7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all boxes are printed.

Printing Vertical Labels

Labels can be printed with the text

 

 

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P

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A

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first line, separated by a space.

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1.Press VERT .

2.Enter the text for your label and press .

Using the Pre-defined Text Keys

Your printer includes four Hot Keys that allow you to access pre-defined text. These Hot Keys include Location, Audio/Video, Voice/Data, and Security.

To add text to a label

1.Press one of the text Hot Keys.

2.Select the label text using one of the following methods:

3.Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list.

4.Press the first letter of the text label you wish to use. The cursor jumps to the first label that begins with that letter.

5.Press to insert the text on the label.

The pre-defined text available on each Hot Key is shown on the next page.

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Location Hot Key

Attic

Laundry Room

Back

Left

Basement

Library

Bath

Living Room

Bedroom

Lobby

Billiards Room

Lower

Center

Main Floor

Closet

Master Bath

Deck

Master Bedroom

Demarc

Media Room

Den

Office

Dining Room

Outside

Dressing Room

Patio

Floor

Play Room

Foyer

Pool

Front

Porch

Garage

Right

Gate

Sitting Room

Guest Bath

Spa

Guest House

Study

Guest Room

Sunroom

Gym

Theater

Hot Tub

Upper

Inside

Utility Room

Kitchen

 

Audio/Video Hot Key VIDEOAUDIO

Analog

Projector

CATV

Remote

CD

RF

Center Back Speaker

RGB

Center Front Speaker

Right Back Speaker

Component

Right Front Speaker

Composite

Right Outdoor Speaker

Digital

Right Side Speaker

DVD

Right Surround Speaker

DVI

RS-232

DVR

SAT

HDMI

Speaker

HDTV

Subwoofer

IR

Surround

Keypad

S-Video

Left Back Speaker

Tape

Left Front Speaker

Touch Screen

Left Outdoor Speaker

TV

Left Side Speaker

VCR

Left Surround Speaker

VESA

Monitor

Video Game

Optical

Volume Control

Phono

Zone

 

 

Voice/Data Hot Key VOICE

 

DATA

 

 

Cable Modem

LAN

CO

Laptop

Demarc

Network

Desktop

Phone

DSL

Phone System

DSLAM

USB

Fax

VoIP

Internet

Wireless

 

 

Security Hot Key

SEC

 

 

Back Door

High Water

Camera

Horn

Carbon Monoxide

Keypad

CCTV

Low Temp

Cell

Motion Sensor

Contact

Phone

Controller

PIR

Door

Pool

Door Contact

Power

Driveway

Remote

Dual Tech

Sensor

Duct

Shock Sensor

Fan Cutoff

Siren

Front Door

Sliders

Garage Door

Smoke Detector

Gas

Spare

Gate

Strobe

Glass Break

Water Detector

Ground

Window

Heat Detector

Window Sensor

These pre-defined text keys can be very powerful when used with flag and wrap mode. The following example shows how to quickly print a flag label for a speaker wire in your home-entertainment system.

1.Press FLAG to turn on Flag mode.

2.Press VIDEOAUDIO . The first audio/video text, Analog, appears in the display.

3.Press the letter L. Left Back Speaker appears in the display.

4.Press to add the text to the label.

5.Press . The flag label prints.

Left Back Speaker

Left Back Speaker

 

 

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Printing Options

You can choose to print multiple copies of the same label, print serialized labels, or print a combination of both.

Printing Multiple Copies

You can print up to 50 copies of the same label at one time. When printing multiple copies, a dotted cut-line is printed between each label.

To print multiple copies

1.Press +.

2.Press the ;arrow to increase the number of copies to print. The default is 2 copies.

3.Press the :arrow to decrease the number of copies (maximum is 50).

4.Press to begin printing.

You may notice a brief pause in printing between each label for more complex formats.

When printing is finished, the number of copies to print returns to 2.

Serializing Your Labels

You can print serialized labels numerically or alphabetically. Numbers can be incremented from 1-99 and letters from A-Z.

You can serialize any number or letter by placing the cursor (|) behind the position to be incremented, such as the number 2 in 12|3 or the letter B in AB|C. For example, with the cursor behind the 2 in 12|3 and the increment #=3, the resulting labels would print as 123, 133, and 143.

123

133

143

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When the letter Z or the number 9 is reached during serialization, a letter or number is added to increase the increment. For example, Z increments to AA and 9 increments to 10.

When a space is present in a string to be serialized, only the numbers or letters after the space are serialized.

To serialize your labels

1.Enter the text for your label.

2.Use the arrow keys to move the cursor behind the letter or number to serialize.

3.Press SERIAL .

4. Select the increment and press . Printing begins automatically.

Advancing the Label Tape

The default leader space for all labels is approximately 7/16” (11.5 mm). To add additional blank space to the beginning or end of your label, you can feed the tape in 0.25” (6 mm) increments.

To feed the label tape

Press + BOX/UL .

Adjusting Print Quality (Advanced)

Depending on the label material you choose, you may need to lighten or darken the print on the label. Adjusting the print head temperature allows you to control the print quality (±20).

To set the print head temperature

1.Press + VERT .

2.Use the arrow keys to select the print head

temperature and press .

3.Repeat as necessary until you are satisfied with the print quality.

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Cleaning Your Printer

Your printer is designed to give you long and trouble-free service, while requiring very little maintenance.

Clean your printer from time to time to keep it working properly. Clean the cutter blade each time you replace the label cassette.

To clean the cutter blade

1.Remove the label cassette.

2.Place the tip of a ball-point pen or pencil on the L-shaped piece as shown in Figure 13, and press the piece down.

Press and hold

Press down

and hold

cutter lever

 

Figure 13

3.While holding the L-shaped piece down, press and hold the cutter lever to expose the cutter blade.

4.Use a cotton ball and alcohol to clean both sides of the blade.

5.Release the cutter lever.

To clean the print head

Clean the print head using the cleaning tool located inside the tape compartment lid.

You can also use the optional cleaning pen to clean the cutter blade and print head.

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Troubleshooting

Review the following possible solutions if you encounter a problem while using your printer.

Error Message/Problem

Solution

No display

• Ensure the printer is turned on.

 

Replace discharged batteries.

Poor Print Quality

Replace discharged batteries.

 

• Ensure tape cassette is installed properly.

 

• Clean the print head.

 

• Replace the tape cassette.

Poor Cutter Performance

Clean the cutter blade. See Cleaning Your Printer.

L= n.nn” (or nnnn.n mm)

• Set the fixed length to a size longer than the text, or

Fixed length setting is too small for text.

• Decrease the amount of text.

Text Too Long

Delete some or all of the buffer text.

Exceeded maximum number of characters in buffer.

 

 

Too many lines

Select another format.

Exceeded maximum number of lines allowed.

 

 

Print Error

Check for label jam, empty label cassette, discharged

Undetermined printer error.

batteries, or other problems.

Tape Too Small

• Insert a larger size label cassette, or

Tape size is too small for label content entered.

• Decrease the size of the label content.

 

 

No Tape

Insert a new label cassette.

Label cassette missing or empty.

 

 

Battery low

Replace batteries or connect AC power adapter.

Batteries almost discharged.

 

 

Tape Jam

• Remove jammed tape and replace label cassette.

Motor is stalled due to label jam.

Clean cutter blade.

If you still need assistance, contact DYMO Customer Support for your country. A list of contact numbers for each country is included on the inside back cover of this manual.

Documentation Feedback

We are constantly working to produce the highest quality documentation for our products. We welcome your feedback.

Send us your comments or suggestions about our documentation. Please include the following information with your feedback:

Product name, version number, and page number

Brief description of content (instructions that are inaccurate or unclear, areas where more detail is needed, and so on) We also welcome your suggestions about additional topics you would like to see covered in the documentation.

Send email messages to: documentation@dymo.com

Please keep in mind that this email address is only for documentation feedback. If you have a technical question, please contact Customer Support.

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This product is CE marked in accordance with the EMC directive and the low voltage directive and is designed to conform with the following international standards:

US FCC Class B Compatibility

Safety - EN 60950, IEC 950, UL 1950

EMC Compatibility EN 61000 3-2/3; EN 61000 4-2/3/4/5/6/8/11; ENV 50204;

EU Immunity – EN 55024 & addendums A1, A2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Information Technology equipment, Immunity Characteristics

Emissions – EN 61000-6-3: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 6: Generic Standards - Section 3: Emission standard for residential, commercial and light industrial environments.

Esselte is an ISO 14001 registered company. Plastic components of this printer have been marked to enable final disposal in a manner that is sensitive to the environment.

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Contacting Customer Support

The following table provides a list of telephone numbers to reach DYMO Sales and Support departments. You can also reach DYMO at www.dymo.com.

Country

Telephone Support

Fax Support

 

 

 

Australia

1800/ 633 868

1800/ 817 558

Austria

01/ 599 14 20 12

02/627-400-160

Belgium

02/ 713 38 08

+31/ 20/ 581 93 80

Canada

(800) 263-6105

 

Czech Republic

02/619 12 720

+02/619 12 730

Denmark

35 25 65 08

+31/ 20/ 581 93 80

Finland

09 229 07 04

+31/ 20/ 581 93 80

France

01/69 32 49 32

+31/ 20/ 581 93 80

Germany

069/ 66 56 85 29

+31/ 20/ 581 93 80

Hong Kong

+852 2527 1928

 

Hungary

1 424 6600

1 424 6601

Ireland

(+35)3 14118934

 

Italy

02/ 45 28 13 08

+31/ 20/ 581 93 80

Mexico

+01 5368 2066

 

The Netherlands

020/581 93 86

020/ 581 93 80

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Sweden

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