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APPENDIX 2 INTERFACE

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APPENDIX 2 INTERFACE

Wireless LAN (Option)

Standard:

Conforming to IEEE802.11a, IEEE802.11b, and IEEE802.11g

Protocol:

IP (RFC791), ICMP (RFC792), UDP (RFC768), TCP (RFC793,896), ARP

 

(RFC826), HTTPD (RFC1866), TELNET, FTPD (RFC959), DHCP (RFC2131),

 

SNMP

Security protocol:

WEP (64 bits/128 bits/152 bits) or AES, AES-OCB(128 bits)

 

TKIP (only when using WPA, WPA-PSK)

 

TWSL (unique encryption)

Antenna:

Chip type, diversity antenna

Parameter setting:

via HTTP

Default IP address:

192.168.10.21

Default subnet mask:

255.255.255.0

NOTE:

MAC address of the Wireless LAN module will be necessary when setting the MAC address filtering function of an access point. Please ask a service person of your nearest TOSHIBA TEC service representative.

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Expansion I/O Interface (Option: B-SA704-IO-QM-R)

Input Signal

IN0 to IN5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Output Signal

OUT0 to OUT6

 

 

 

 

 

 

Connector

FCN-781P024-G/Por equivalent

 

 

 

 

(External Device Side)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Connector

FCN-685J0024or equivalent

 

 

 

 

(Printer Side)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pin

Signal

 

I/O

Function

Pin

Signal

I/O

Function

 

 

 

 

 

1

IN0

 

Input

FEED

13

OUT6

Output

 

 

 

2

IN1

 

Input

PRINT

14

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

3

IN2

 

Input

PAUSE

15

COM1

Common (Power)

 

 

 

4

IN3

 

Input

 

16

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

5

IN4

 

Input

 

17

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

6

IN5

 

Input

 

18

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

7

OUT0

 

Output

FEED

19

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

8

OUT1

 

Output

PRINT

20

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

9

OUT2

 

Output

PAUSE

21

COM2

Common (Ground)

 

 

 

10

OUT3

 

Output

ERROR

22

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

11

OUT4

 

Output

 

23

N.C.

-----

 

 

 

12

OUT5

 

Output

POWER ON

24

N.C.

-----

 

N.C.: No Connection

Input Circuit

Output Circuit

Operating environment

Temperature: 0 to 40 °C

 

Humidity: 20 to 90% (No Condensation)

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APPENDIX 3 POWER CORD

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APPENDIX 3 POWER CORD

APPENDIX 3 POWER CORD

When purchasing the power cord:

Since the power cord set is not enclosed in this unit, please purchase an approved one that meets the following standard from your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(As of September 2004)

Country

Agency

Certification

Country

Agency

Certification

Country

Agency

Certification

mark

mark

mark

 

 

 

 

 

 

Australia

SAA

 

Germany

VDE

 

Sweden

SEMKKO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Austria

OVE

 

Ireland

NSAI

 

Switzerland

SEV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Belgium

CEBEC

 

Italy

IMQ

 

UK

ASTA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canada

CSA

 

Japan

METI

 

UK

BSI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Denmark

DEMKO

 

Netherlands

KEMA

 

U.S.A.

UL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finland

FEI

 

Norway

NEMKO

 

Europe

HAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

France

UTE

 

Spain

AEE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power Cord Instruction

1.For use with 100 – 125 Vac mains power supply, please select a power cord rated Min. 125V, 10A.

2.For use with 200 – 240 Vac mains power supply, please select a power cord rated Min. 250V.

3.Please select a power cord with the length of 4.5m or less.

Country/Region

North America

Europe

United Kingdom

Australia

Power Cord

125V, 10A

250V

 

 

Rated (Min.)

250V

250V

Type

SVT

H05VV-F

H05VV-F

AS3191 approved,

 

 

 

 

Light or Ordinary Duty type

Conductor size

No. 3/18AWG

3 x 0.75 mm2

3 x 0.75 mm2

3 x 0.75 mm2

(Min.)

 

 

 

 

Plug Configuration

 

 

 

 

(locally approved

 

 

 

 

type)

 

 

 

 

Rated (Min.)

125V, 10A

250V, 10A

250V, *1

250V, *1

*1: At least, 125% of the rated current of the product.

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APPENDIX 4 PRINT SAMPLES

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APPENDIX 4 PRINT SAMPLES

APPENDIX 4 PRINT SAMPLES

The following are the image samples of the fonts, bar codes, and two-dimensionalcodes provided for the B- SA4T series as standard. The size of each font may be different from the actual one. Font type and size can be specified by a command. For details, please refer to theB-SA4T Series External Equipment Interface Specification stored in theCD-ROM.

Font

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APPENDIX 4 PRINT SAMPLES (Cont.)

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Bar codes

JAN8, EAN8

Interleaved 2 of 5

NW7

UPC-E

EAN13+5 digits

CODE39 (Full ASCII)

UPC-E+2digits

EAN8+2 digits

UPC-A

MSI

CODE39 (Standard)

JAN13, EAN13

EAN13+2 digits

CODE128

CODE93

UPC-E+5digits

EAN8+5 digits

UPC-A+2digits

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APPENDIX 4 PRINT SAMPLES (Cont.)

UPC-A+5digits

UCC/EAN128

Industrial 2 of 5

POSTNET

Customer bar code

Customer bar code of high priority

KIX Code

RM4SCC

RSS-14

RSS-14Stacked

RSS-14Stacked Omnidirectional

RSS Limited

 

RSS Expanded

Data Matrix

PDF417

QR code

Micro PDF417

MaxiCode

CP Code

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APPENDIX 5 GLOSSARIES

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APPENDIX 5 GLOSSARIES

Bar code

A code which represents alphanumeric characters by using a series of black and white stripes in different widths. Bar codes are used in various industrial fields: Manufacturing, Hospitals, Libraries, Retail, Transportation, Warehousing, etc. Reading bar codes is a fast and accurate means of capturing data while keyboard entry tends to be slow and inaccurate.

Batch mode

Issue mode that continuously prints media until the specified number of media has been printed.

Black mark

A mark printed on the media so that the printer can maintain a constant print position by detecting this mark.

Black mark sensor

A reflective sensor which detects the difference of potential between a black mark and print area to find the print start position.

Cut mode

One of the printer modes of operation where an optional cutter module is installed to automatically cut media from the media roll after they are printed. The print command can specify to cut every media or to cut after a set number of media have been printed.

Cutter module

A device used to cut the media.

DHCP

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

A communications protocol which lets a network administrator temporarily assign an IP address to a computer plugged into a different place in the network.

DPI

Dot Per Inch

The unit used to express print density.

Feed gap sensor

A transmissive sensor which detects the difference of potential between the label gaps and the label to find the print position of the label.

Font

A complete set of alphanumeric characters in one style of type. E.g. Helvetica, Courier, Times

Gap

Clearance between labels

IPS

Inch per second

The unit used to express print speed.

Label

A type of media with adhesive backing.

LCD

Liquid Crystal Display

Installed on the operation panel and displays operation modes, error message and so on.

Media

Material on which data is printed by the printer. Label, tag paper, fanfold paper, perforated paper, etc.

Plug and Play

When Plug and Play is enabled, the PC will automatically identify the printer (if the PC supports Plug & Play), optimize the system resource (IRQ and DMA), and display a message prompting a printer driver installation.

Pre-printedmedia

A type of media on which characters, logos, and other designs have been already printed.

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Printer IP address

A 32-bitaddress of a printer connected to TCP/IP network, which identifies the network printer. An IP address is written as 4 sets of numbers, separated by periods.

Print head element

The thermal print head consists of a single line of tiny resistive elements and when current is allowed to flow through each element it heats up causing a small dot to be burned onto thermal paper or a small dot of ink to be transferred from a thermal ribbon to ordinary paper.

Print speed

The speed at which printing occurs. This speed is expressed in units of ips (inches per second).

Resolution

The degree of detail to which an image can be duplicated. The minimum unit of divided image is called a pixel. As the resolution becomes higher, the number of pixels increased, resulting in more detailed image

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)

A method of automatically identifying people or objects using radio waves. In case of the B-SXseries, the RFID module writes digital information to an RFID tag mounted inside labels or tag paper while the printer is printing data on them. The RFID tag is a microchip attached to an antenna. The microchip holds data and the antenna enables the tag to send and receive data.

Ribbon

An inked film used to transfer an image onto the media. In the thermal transfer printing, it is heated by the thermal print head, causing an image to be transferred onto the media.

Strip mode

One of the printer modes of operation where an optional strip module is installed to separate printed labels from the backing paper one by one.

Strip module

A device used to remove labels from the backing paper.

Supply

Media and ribbon

Tag

A type of media with no adhesive. Usually tags are made of cardboard or other durable material.

Thermal direct printing

A printing method using no ribbon, but thermal media which reacts to heat. The thermal print head heats the thermal media directly, causing print image to be printed on the media.

Thermal print head

A print head using thermal transfer or thermal direct printing method.

Thermal transfer printing

A printing method that the thermal print head heats an ink or resin coating on the ribbon against the media, causing the ink/resin to transfer onto the media.

Threshold setting

A sensor setting operation to have the printer maintain a constant print position of pre-printedmedia.

USB (Universal Serial Bus)

An interface that is used to connect peripherals, such as a printer, keyboard, mouse. The USB allows disconnection of a USB device without turning off the power.

Web printer

The web printer function allows you to browse the printer status on the PC, issue media, check or change the settings, or download the firmware to the printer. For details, refer to the Network Specification.

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INDEX

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INDEX

 

 

INDEX

A

I

 

Auto print head check 2-25

Interface 1-1,1-3,2-14,6-2,A2-1

Automatic threshold setting 2-1,2-73

IP address

2-39,2-59

 

Issue mode

2-8,2-63,6-1

B

Backing paper 2-9,2-68,7-1

Bar code 6-2,A4-3,A5-1

Batch mode

2-8,7-1,A5-1

Black mark

2-7,7-1,7-3,A5-1

Black mark length

7-1

Black mark sensor

2-7,2-65,2-73,2-74,2-75,4-2,

A5-1

 

 

C

Centronics

1-3,2-14,2-25,6-2,A2-1

Cut mode 2-10,7-1,A5-1

Cut position

2-67,7-1

Cutter module 1-1,1-5,2-10,2-64,4-3,6-2,A5-1

D

DHCP 2-43

DHCP client ID 2-43

DHCP host name 2-44

Dimensions 1-3,6-1

E

Effective Print length

7-1

Effective print width

6-1,7-1

Error message

5-1

 

Expansion I/O

1-1,1-3,1-5,2-14,2-27,6-2,A2-6

F

Feed gap sensor 2-6,2-65,2-73,2-74,2-75,4-2,A5-1

Front cover 2-8,2-9,4-3,5-1,A1-1

G

Gap 2-75,2-77,7-2,A5-1

Gap length 7-1

Gateway IP address 2-41

Guaranteed print area 7-3

H

Head position lever 1-4,2-10

J

Jammed media 4-3,4-4,5-4

L

Label 2-3,2-10,7-1,7-2,7-9

LCD message display 1-3,1-4,3-1,6-1LCD language2-21

M

Manual threshold setting 2-74,2-76Media2-3,7-1,7-9,7-10

O

Operation panel 1-3,1-4,3-1

Options 1-1,1-5

P

Parallel interface

1-3,2-14,2-45,6-2,A2-1

Parameter setting

2-16,2-17

Platen 1-4,4-2

 

Plug & play

2-28,A5-1

Power consumption 6-1

Power cord

2-2,A3-1

Power switch

1-3,2-2,2-15

Pre-printedmedia

4-3,5-4

Print head

 

1-4,4-1,4-2

Print head cleaner

4-1

Print start position

2-6,2-66,2-73

Print test

2-1,2-48

Print tone

2-65,2-71

Printer driver

2-1,2-45

Printing method 6-1

Printing speed

1-1,6-1