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2. PRINTER SETUP

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2.7 Setting an Operating Environment

2.7.6 Real Time Clock Setting While “<8>RTC SET” is displayed on the LCD Message Display, press the[PAUSE] key to enter the Real Time Clock Setting Mode.

NOTE:

The Real Time Clock Setting is effective only when an optional Real Time Clock, B-SA704-RTC-QM-R,is installed.

The Real Time Clock Setting Mode contains the following sub menus. Each time the [PAUSE] key is pressed, the sub menus are displayed sequentially.

(1)Date setting (Year, Month, Day)

(2)Time setting (Hour, Minute, Second)

(3)Low battery check setting

(4)RTC data renewal timing setting

(1)Date Setting

This parameter is to set the Year, Month, and Day, in order. When “<8>RTC SET” appears, press the [PAUSE] key.

<8>RTC SET DATE 05/01/01

NOTE:

Use the [FEED] or[RESTART] key to set the value.

Press the [PAUSE] key to set the date.

<8>RTC SET

Year

DATE Y

06/01/01

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

<8>RTC SET

Month

DATE M 06/03/01

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

<8>RTC SET

Day

DATE D

06/03/01

 

After selecting the date, press the [PAUSE] key.

(2) Time Setting

This parameter is to set the Hour, Minute, and Second, in order.

<8>RTC SET TIME 00/00/00

Press the [PAUSE] key to set the time.

<8>RTC SET

Hour

TIME H

10/01/01

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

<8>RTC SET

Minute

TIME M

10/30/01

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

<8>RTC SET

Second

TIME S

10/30/00

 

After selecting the time, press the [PAUSE] key.

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2.7.6 Real Time Clock Setting (3) Low Battery Check Setting

(Cont.)

This parameter is to choose whether to activate the low battery check

function or not.

 

NOTE:

1.Be sure to load the battery and set the low battery check function to ON whenever the real time clock is used. If the battery is not loaded or the battery voltage is low, the real time clock data is erased at the power off time.

2.When the low battery check function is set to ON and if the battery voltage is 1.9V or less, the printer will result in a “LOW BATTERY” error and stop at the power on time. As a restart is invalidated in this case, hold down the [RESTART] key to cause the printer to enter <1>RESET mode, access the Real Time Clock setting mode, and set the low battery function to OFF.

<8>RTC SET

LOW BATT. CHECK

Press the [PAUSE] key to set.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOW BATT.

ON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[RESTART]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOW BATT.

OFF

 

 

[FEED]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Low battery check is activated.

Low battery check is not activated.

After selecting the low battery check, press the [PAUSE] key.

(4) RTC Data Renewal Timing Setting

This parameter is to choose the RTC data renewal timing.

<8>RTC SET RENEWAL

Press the [PAUSE] key to set.

[RESTART]

[FEED]

RENEWAL BATCH

Batch print is possible. However, the same time is printed on the all media issued in a batch because the real time clock data is read only for the first media.

RENEWAL PAGE

A real time can be printed on each media. However, the printer needs to stop the motion before printing each media to read the real time clock data.

After selecting the RTC data renewal timing, press the [PAUSE] key. The current date is displayed.

<8>RTC SET DATE 06/03/01

Press the [FEED] and[RESTART] keys at the same time to return to the <8>RTC SET display.

<8>RTC SET

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2.7 Setting an Operating Environment

2.7.7IP Address Setting (TCP/IP)

Power OFF

While holding down the [FEED] and[PAUSE] keys, turn on the printer.

<1>DIAG. Vx.x

[FEED] [RESTART]

<2>PARAMETER SET

[FEED] [RESTART]

<3>ADJUST SET

[FEED] [RESTART]

<4>TEST PRINT

[FEED] [RESTART]

<5>SENSOR ADJ.

[FEED] [RESTART]

<6>RAM CLEAR

[FEED]

[RESTART]

<7>IP ADDRESS

[FEED]

[RESTART]

<8>BASIC

[FEED]

[RESTART]

<9>FOR FACTORY

[FEED] [RESTART]

When the printer is connected to a PC through TCP/IP by using a LAN cable, it is necessary to set an IP address in the System Mode for system administrators.

The System Mode for system administrators consists of the following menus.

<1>DIAG. Vx.x

This menu is used to check and print the printer

 

system information and maintenance counter

 

status.

<2>PARAMETER SET

This menu is used to set the printer parameters.

<3>ADJUST SET

This menu is used to make a fine adjustment of a

 

print start position, cut position, etc.

<4>TEST PRINT

This menu is used to perform print tests.

<5>SENSOR ADJ.

This menu is used to check the sensor statuses

 

and adjust each sensor.

<6>RAM CLEAR

This menu is used to perform a RAM clear.

 

DO NOT USE this menu.

<7>IP ADDRESS

This menu is used to set an IP address.

<8>BASIC

This menu is used to enable the printer to use

 

Basic program.

<9>FOR FACTORY

This menu is intended for an in-process

 

inspection. Do not use this menu.

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2.7.7IP Address Setting (TCP/IP) (Cont.)

In this section, how to set the IP address is described.

First, you need to access the System Mode for system administrators.

1.While holding down the [FEED] and[PAUSE] keys, turn on the printer.

2.When “<1>DIAG” appears on the LCD Message Display, release the

[FEED] and [PAUSE]keys.

Now, the printer is in the System Mode for system administrators.

3.Press the [FEED] or[RESTART] key until “<7>IP ADDRESS” appears on the LCD Message Display.

4.Press the [PAUSE] key to enter the IP Address Setting Mode.

The IP Address Setting Mode contains the following sub menus. To enter each sub menu, press the [PAUSE] key.

<7>IP ADDRESS

PRINTER IP ADRES

[RESTART] [FEED]

<7>IP ADDRESS GATEWAY IP ADRES

[RESTART] [FEED]

<7>IP ADDRESS SUBNET MASK

[RESTART] [FEED]

<7>IP ADDRESS SOCKET PORT

[RESTART] [FEED]

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP

[RESTART] [FEED]

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP CLIENT ID

[RESTART] [FEED]

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP HOST NAME

[RESTART] [FEED]

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2.7.7IP Address Setting (TCP/IP) (Cont.)

NOTES:

1.Set each 3-digitvalue by using the[RESTART] or[FEED] key.

[RESTART] key: Increment[FEED] key: Decrement Range: 0 to 255

2.Press the [PAUSE] key to move the cursor to the next3-digitvalue.

3.After the last 3-digitvalue is set, press the[PAUSE] key to go to Gateway IP Address Setting.

(1) Printer IP Address

This parameter is to set an IP address.

<7>IP ADDRESS PRINTER IP ADRES

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS GATEWAY IP ADRES

NOTE:

After the last 3-digitvalue is set, press the[PAUSE] key to go to Subnet Mask Setting.

(2) Gateway IP Address

This parameter is to set a Gateway IP address.

<7>IP ADDRESS GATEWAY IP ADRES

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 192 . 168 . 010 . 020

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS SUBNET MASK

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2.7.7IP Address Setting (TCP/IP) (Cont.)

NOTE:

After the last 3-digitvalue is set, press the[PAUSE] key to go to Socket Port Setting.

(3) Subnet Mask

This parameter is to set a Subnet Mask.

<7>IP ADDRESS SUBNET MASK

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 255 . 255 . 255 . 000

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 255 . 255 . 255 . 000

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 255 . 255 . 255 . 000

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS 255 . 255 . 255 . 000

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS SOCKET PORT

(4) Socket Port

This parameter is to enable a socket port and set a socket number.

NOTES:

1.Pressing the [PAUSE] key while “PORT ON 08000” is displayed allows you to set the port number.

2.Set a number for each digit by using the [RESTART] or

[FEED] key.

[RESTART] key: Increment[FEED] key: Decrement

Range: 00000 to 65535

A number exceeding 65535 will be automatically corrected to 65535.

3.Be careful not to set the same port number that other applications are using.

4.Press the [PAUSE] key to move the cursor to the next digit.

5.After the last digit is set, press the [PAUSE] key to go to DHCP Setting.

SOCKET PORT

 

[PAUSE]

[RESTART] or [FEED]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PORT OFF -----

 

 

 

 

PORT ON

08000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PORT ON

08000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter a number for each digit of the port number with the [RESTART] or

[FEED] key.

PORT ON 08000

[PAUSE]

PORT ON 08000

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP

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2.7.7IP Address Setting (TCP/IP) (Cont.)

NOTE:

Pressing the [PAUSE] key while “DHCP ON” is displayed allows you to set a DHCP client ID.

(5) DHCP

This parameter is to enable DHCP.

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP

 

[PAUSE]

[RESTART] or [FEED]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

<7>IP ADDRESS

 

 

 

 

<7>IP ADDRESS

DHCP OFF

 

 

 

 

DHCP ON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES:

1.Code used to enter a DHCP client ID is selectable between ASCII code (alphanumeric) and Hex code.

2.Set a character or value for each byte by using the

[RESTART] or [FEED]key.

[RESTART] key: Increment[FEED] key: Decrement

3.Press the [PAUSE] key to enter the next byte. Repeat this until 16th byte is entered.

4.A DHCP ID can be used to check what IP address is assigned to which client on a DHCP server. If a DHCP ID is not assigned, MAC address of a network device (LAN card or LAN interface board) will be notified to the server as a DHCP ID instead.

A DHCP ID is a 16-bytecharacter string. As “FFH” (hex. code) is recognized as a terminator, if the top byte of DHCP ID is “FFH”, it is considered that a DHCP ID is not assigned.

[PAUSE]

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP CLIENT ID

(6) DHCP Client ID

This parameter is to set a DHCP client ID.

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP CLIENT ID

[PAUSE]

[FEED] or [RESTART]

 

 

 

MODE

 

ASCII

 

 

 

MODE HEX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DHCP CLIENT ID

 

 

 

DHCP CLIENT ID

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASCII Code

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hex. Code

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODE

 

ASCII

 

 

 

4142434445464748

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP

 

 

 

494A4B4C4D4E4F50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter a character or a value for each of 1st byte to 16th

 

 

 

 

 

byte sequentially using the [FEED] or[RESTART] key.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[PAUSE]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2.7.7IP Address Setting (TCP/IP) (Cont.)

NOTE:

After the 16th byte of the DHCP host name is set, press the [PAUSE] key. At this time, the display will turn to “<7>IP ADDRESS”.

(7) DHCP Host Name

This parameter is to set a DHCP host name.

<7>IP ADDRESS DHCP HOST NAME

[PAUSE]

MODE ASCII

Enter a character or a value for each of 1st [PAUSE] byte to 16th byte sequentially using the[FEED]

or [RESTART]key.

<7>IP ADDRESS

ASCII code and Hex. code correspondence table

Upper 4 bits

2

3

4

5

6

7

Lower 4 bits

 

 

 

 

 

 

0

SP

0

@

P

`

p

1

!

1

A

Q

a

q

2

2

B

R

b

r

3

#

3

C

S

c

s

4

$

4

D

T

d

t

5

%

5

E

U

e

u

6

&

6

F

V

f

v

7

7

G

W

g

w

8

(

8

H

X

h

x

9

)

9

I

Y

i

y

A

*

:

J

Z

j

z

B

+

;

K

[

k

{

C

,

<

L

\

l

|

D

-

=

M

]

m

}

E

.

>

N

^

n

 

F

/

?

O

_

o

 

SP = Space

(Example) To enter “TOSHIBA” in Hex. code: 54 4F 53 48 49 42 41

When the system mode settings have been completed, turn off the printer.

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2.8 Installing the Printer Drivers

2.8Installing the Printer Drivers

2.8.1Introduction

This manual describes how to install the TOSHIBA printer driver for the TOSHIBA bar code printer on your Windows host computer; install and delete the printer driver, the procedure for adding the LAN port, cautions and limitations.

The examples provided here illustrate the procedure for installing the printer driver version V7.0 for the B-SA4Tseries.

2.8.2General Description

(1)Features

Once you install the TOSHIBA printer driver on your Windows host computer, you can use the TOSHIBA bar code printer, as well as the easy-to-usegeneral printers.

You can use this printer by connecting a parallel interface cable (printer cable), a USB cable, or a LAN cable to your host computer.

(2)System Requirements

To install the TOSHIBA printer driver on your host computer, the following system and environment are required:

Operating system:

Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP

Hardware:

A DOS-/V(IBM PC/AT compatible) machine running an above operating system.

Interface:

• Parallel interface conforming to the IEEE1284 standard

USB interface

LAN interface

2.8.3Installing the Printer Driver

The installation procedure differs depending on the interface connected to the printer and the operation system you are using. Please install the printer driver by performing the appropriate procedure.

If the previous version of the printer driver has been installed on your host computer , be sure to uninstall it before you install this printer driver. (Refer to Section 2.8.4 Uninstalling the Printer Driver.)

To print via your network, please install the printer driver by performing the installation procedure for the parallel interface, and also perform the following:

1.In the procedure, select “LPT1” for the port.

2.After installation of the printer driver is completed, add the LAN port by referring to Section 2.8.5 Adding/Deleting a LAN Port, and specify the LAN port.

(1)Parallel Interface

To use the parallel interface, the following settings are required, after installing the printer driver:

For Windows 98/Me:

Open the printer properties. Select the “Details” tab and click on the [Spool

 

Settings…] button. The “Spool Settings” dialog box is displayed. Select

 

“Disable bi-directionalsupport for this printer”.

For Windows 2000/XP:

Open the printer properties and select the “Ports” tab. Mark off the “Enable

 

bidirectional support” checkbox.

NOTE:

In case of the B-SX4TorB-SX5Tseries, make sure that the Centronics interface type is set to SPP (default).

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2.8 Installing the Printer Drivers

(1)Select “Settings” – “Printers” from the “Start” menu to open the printer folder.

(2)Double-clickon the “Add Printer” icon. The Add Printer Wizard runs. Click on the[Next] button.

(3)Select “Local printer”, then click on the [Next] button. The screen listing “Manufacturers and Printers” is displayed.

(4) Click on the [Have Disk…] button. The “Install From Disk” dialog box is displayed. Specify the “\driver” folder in theCD-ROMdrive, then click on the[OK] button.

NOTE:

The latest printer driver is available from the web site. (http://www.toshibatec-ris.com/products/barcode/download/index.html)

(5) Select the printer to be installed from “Printers” list, then click on the [Next] button.

Driver name

Model

Driver name

Model

TEC B-372

B-372-QP

TEC B-415

B-415-GH24-QM

 

 

 

B-415-GH25-QM

 

 

 

 

TEC B-431

B-431-GS10-QP

TEC B-452

B-452-TS10-QQ

 

B-431-GS10-CN

 

B-452-TS10-QQ-US

 

 

 

B-452-TS11-QQ-PAC

 

 

 

B-452-TS12-QP

 

 

 

B-452-TS12-QP-PAC

 

 

 

B-452-TS12-CN

TEC B-472

B-472-QQ

TEC B-472-CN

B-472-GH12-CN

 

B-472-QQ-US

 

B-472-GH14-CN

 

B-472-GH12-QQ

 

 

 

B-472-QP

 

 

TEC B-492

B-492L-TH10-QQ

TEC B-572

B-572-QQ

 

B-492R-TH10-QQ

 

B-572-QQ-US

 

B-492L-TH10-QP

 

B-572-QP

 

B-492R-TH10-QP

 

 

TEC B-682

B-682-TS10-QQ

TEC B-852

B-852-TS12-QQ

 

B-682-TS10-QQ-US

 

B-852-TS12-QQ-US

 

B-682-TS10-QP

 

B-852-TS12-QP

TEC B-872

B-872-QQ

TEC B-882

B-882-TS10-QQ

 

B-872-QQ-US

 

B-882-TS10-QQ-US

 

B-872-QP

 

B-882-TS10-QP

TEC B-SA4T

B-SA4TM-TS12-QM-R

TEC B-SA4T-

B-SA4TM-TS12-CN

 

B-SA4TP-TS12-QM-R

CN

B-SA4TP-TS12-CN

 

 

 

 

TEC B-SV4

B-SV4D-GS10-QM

TEC B-SX4

B-SX4T-GS10-QQ

 

B-SV4D-GH10-QM

 

B-SX4T-GS10-QQ-US

 

B-SV4D-GS10-QM-R

 

B-SX4T-GS10-QP

 

B-SV4D-GH10-QM-R

 

B-SX4T-GS20-QQ

 

 

 

B-SX4T-GS20-QQ-US

 

 

 

B-SX4T-GS20-QP

 

 

 

B-SX4T-GS20-QM-R

TEC B-SX5

B-SX5T-TS12-QQ

TEC B-SX5-CN

B-SX5T-TS12-CN

 

B-SX5T-TS12-QQ-US

 

B-SX5T-TS22-CN

 

B-SX5T-TS12-QP

 

 

 

B-SX5T-TS22-QQ

 

 

 

B-SX5T-TS22-QQ-US

 

 

 

B-SX5T-TS22-QP

 

 

 

B-SX5T-TS22-QM-R

 

 

TEC B-SX8T-R

B-SX8T-TS12-QM-R

TEC CB-416-

CB-416-T3-QQ

 

 

T3

CB-416-T3-QQ-US

 

 

 

CB-416-T3-QP

 

 

 

 

Driver name

Model

TEC B-419

B-419-GS10-QQ

 

B-419-GS12-QP

 

B-419-GS12-CN

TEC B-452H

B-452-HS12-QQ

 

B-452-HS12-QQ-US

 

B-452-HS12-QP

 

B-452-HS12-CN

 

 

TEC B-482

B-482-TS10-QQ

 

B-482-TS10-QQ-US

 

B-482-TS10-QP

 

 

TEC B-672

B-672-QQ

 

B-672-QQ-US

 

B-672-QP

 

 

TEC B-852-R

B-852-TS22-QQ-R

 

B-852-TS22-QP-R

 

 

TEC B-SA4G

B-SA4TM-GS12-QM-R

 

B-SA4TP-GS12-QM-R

 

 

TEC B-SP2D

B-SP2D-GH20-QM

 

B-SP2D-GH30-QM

 

B-SP2D-GH30-QM

 

B-SP2D-GH20-QM-R

 

B-SP2D-GH30-QM-R

 

B-SP2D-GH30-QM-R

TEC B-SX4-CN

B-SX4T-GS10-CN

 

B-SX4T-GS20-CN

TEC B-SX6T-RB-SX6T-TS12-QM-R

TEC CB-426-

CB-426-T3-QQ

T3

CB-426-T3-QQ-US

 

CB-426-T3-QP

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