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SATO Group of Companieswww.satoworldwide.comSATO INTERNATIONAL PTE LTDSATO EUROPE NV438A Alexandra Road #05-01/ 02,Leuvensesteenweg 369,Alexandra Technopark,1932 Sint-Stevens-Woluwe, Brussels,Singapore 119967BelgiumTel: 65-6271-2122Tel: 32 (0)-2-788-80-00Fax: 65-6271-2151Fax: 32 (0)-2-788-80-80Email: sales@sato-int.comEmail: info@sato-europe.comSATO UK LTDSATO DEUTSCHLAND GMBHValley Road, Harwich, Essex EnglandSchaberweg 28, 61348Co12 4RR, United KingdomBad Homburg, GermanyTel: 44-1255-240000Tel: 49 (0)-6-1726-8180Fax: 44-1255-240111Fax: 49 (0)-6-1726-818-199Email: enquiries@satouk.comEmail: info@sato-deutschland.deSATO POLSKA SP Z O.O.SATO FRANCE S.A.Ul Okolna 2, 50-422 WroclawParc d'activités - rue Jacques MessagerPoland59175 TEMPLEMARS, FranceTel: 48-71-335-23-20Tel: 33 (0)3 20 62 96 40Fax: 48-71-335-23-25Fax: 33 (0)3 20 62 96 55Email: biuro@sato-polska.com.plEmail: france@sato-europe.comSATO AMERICA INC.SATO ASIA PACIFIC PTE LTD10350 Nations Ford Road Suite A,438A Alexandra Road #05-01/02,Charlotte, NC 28273, USAAlexandra Technopark, Singapore 119967Tel: 1-704-644-1650Tel: 65-6271-5300Fax: 1-704-644-1662Fax: 65-6273-6011Email: satosales@satoamerica.comEmail: sales@satosingapore.comWarning: This equipment complies with the requirements in Part 15 of FCC rules for a Class Acomputing device. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause unacceptableinterference to radio and television reception requiring the operator to take whatever stepsnecessary to correct the interference.All rights reserved. This document, nor any part of it, may be reproduced or issued to thirdparties in any form without the express permission of SATO Europe. The material in thisdocument is provided for general information only and is subject to change without notice.SATO Europe does not assume responsibility for any errors or omissions.

WarningIt is essential that the safety and operating procedures contained within this manual bebrought to the attention of, and are used by, all personnel likely to operate this printer/product.This printer/product must only be used for the purpose for which it was designed.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.Electrostatic discharges on the connector pins and on the memory card may damage theprinter.In the case of fire, water must not be used on the product to extinguish the fire, and theappropriate type of fire extinguisher should be readily available.No modifications, either mechanical or electrical, should be made to this printer/product oraccessory without the written consent of SATO Europe NV. Any modifications made withoutthis consent may invalidate guarantee claims.Other manuals relating to this printer include additional information relating to other aspectsof the safe operation of the printer, and are available from your SATO supplier.All consumable waste, such as the label backing paper and used carbon ribbon must bedisposed of carefully, and in a manner that will cause the minimum of environmental pollution.Should you have any doubts regarding the setting, operating or any safety aspects of thisprinter/product, please contact your SATO supplier.SATO Europe NV makes no guarantee that all the features described in this manual areavailable in all models, and, due to SATO’s policy of continuous development and improvement, specifications are liable to change, without notice.SATO M-84PROiii

ConsumablesAlways use SATO carbon ribbons or equivalent. The use of incorrect materials may causemalfunctions of the printer and void the warranty.ConventionsText that appears bold italic and all in capitals such as LABEL refers to a key or an LED onthe operation panel.Text that appears enclosed in brackets such as ESC refers to an Escape sequence of adata string.Text that appears bold italic such as On-Line refers to a function or to a result.Text that appears in bold such as VR1 refers to electrical components like pins, resistorsconnectors and so on.Warranty and CopyrightSATO Europe NV makes no guarantee of any kind with regard to this material, including,but not limited to, the implied guaranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.SATO Europe NV shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for any incidental consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.This document contains proprietary information which is protected by copyright.All rights are reserved.No part of this document may be reproduced or issued to third parties in any form whatsoever without the express permission of SATO Europe NV.The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Copyright 2003 SATO Europe NV.SATO M-84PROiv

TABLE OF CONTENTSSection 1. Printer OverviewIntroduction .1-1Specifications.1-2Section 2. InstallationIntroduction .2-1Setting Up the Printer.2-1Loading Labels and Tags.2-3Loading the Ribbon.2-6Operators Panel .2-8Rear Panel.2-10Sensors .2-11Section 3. CONFIGURATIONPrinter Dip Switch Configuration.3-1Default Settings.3-7Potentiometer Adjustments.3-8LCD Panel Printer Configuration .3-10Section 4. CLEANINGCleaning the Print Head, Platen and Rollers .4-1Cleaning the Label Edge Sensors .4-2Section 5. TroubleshootingIntroduction .5-1Troubleshooting Tables.5-1Print Quality Problems .5-1Error Signals.5-3Section 6. Interface SpecificationsIntroduction .6-1IEEE1284 Parallel Interface .6-2RS232 Serial Interface.6-4Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface .6-6Local Area Network (LAN) Optional Interface .6-6Section 7. Appendix AAppendix A. A-1SATO M-84PROv

Operation ManualSection 1: OverviewSECTION 1.PRINTER OVERVIEWINTRODUCTIONThe SATO M-84PRO Thermal Transfer Printers are complete, high-performance on-site labellingsystems. All printer parameters are user programmable using the front panel controls and theDIP switches. All popular barcodes and 14 human-readable fonts, including a vector font andtwo raster fonts, are resident in memory providing literally thousands of type styles and sizes.The Operator’s Manual will help you understand the basic operations of the printer such assetup, installation, configuration, cleaning and maintenance.The M-84PRO can print labels up to four inches wide and is available in three resolurions; 203dpi, 305 dpi and 609 dpi. The resolution is determined by the print head that is installed in theprinter and can be changed in the field simply by installing the desired print head. The printerautmatically detects the resolution of the print head and loads the appropriate controlling firmware.The M-84PRO uses the standard SATO RISC printer command codes. The only differencesbetween it and other RISC printers are the allowable values representing the print positions onthe label. These values are specified in “dots” and will vary depending upon the resolution of theprinter and the amount of memory available for imaging the label. The allowable range for thevarious M-84PRO models is specified in a table in the “e” and PRO Printer Programming Reference.This commonality makes it very easy to convert labels from one RISC printer to another withouthaving to create an entirely different command stream. There are some caveats that must beobserved though to compensate for the different resolution print heads. The effect of the different printer resolutions are best illustrated by taking a label designed for a 203 dpi printer andsending the command stream to the its 305 dpi counterpart. The label printed will be an exacttwo-thirds scale, including the fonts, barcode dimensions and line lengths/widths. The onlyexception is the PostNet barcode which has only one legal size and the printer resolution isautomatically compensated for by the printer. Conversely, a label designed for a 305 dpi printerand sent to its 203 dpi cousin will be one-third larger. It probably will be “truncated” if the resulting label size is larger than the maximum allowable for the printer.SATO M-84PROPage 1-1

Section 1: OverviewOperation ManualGENERAL PRINTER RO-6PRINTMethodDirect or Thermal TransferSpeed (User Selectable)2 to 10 ips50 to 250 mm/s2 to 8 ips50 to 200 mm/s2 to 6 ips50 to 150 mm/sPrint Module (Dot Size).0049 in.125 mm.0033 in.083 mm0017 in.081 mmResolution203 dpi8 d/mm305 dpi12 d/mm609 dpi24 d/mmMaximum Print WidthMaximum Print Length4.1 in.104 mm49.2 in.1249 mm32.8 in.835 mm14.0 in.356 mmMEDIAMinimum WidthMinimum LengthContinuousTear-OffCutterDispenseMaximum WidthType.87 in.22 mm0.24 in. (6 mm)0.63 in. (16 mm)1.18 in. (30 mm)1.18 in. (30 mm)5.0 in.125 mmRoll or Fan-Fold Die Cut LabelsThermally SensitiveMaximum Caliper0.008 in.0.21 mmRoll OD (max) Face-In8.6 in.220 mmCore ID (min)3 in76.2 mmSENSINGSee-ThruMovableReflective Eye-MarkMovableContinuous FormSensor Not UsedRIBBONMaximum Width4.4 in. (111 mm)Length (max)1475 ft. (450 m)ThicknessPage 1-24.5 micron, Wound Face-InSATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSPECIFICATIONSection 1: OverviewM-84PRO All ModelsCONTROLS AND INDICATORSPowerGreen LEDOn-LineGreen LEDLabelRed LEDRibbonRed LEDErrorRed LEDLCD Panel2 Line x 16 CharacterLabel FeedFront PanelPower On/Off SwitchFront PanelPOTENTIOMETER ADJUSTMENTSPrint DarknessFront PanelOffsetFront PanelPitchFront PanelDisplayFront PanelINTERFACE CONNECTIONS (1)ParallelSerialUniversal Serial BusLANWireless LANIEEE1284 StandardCentronicsRS232C (2,400 to 19,200 bps)RS232C (9,600 to 57,600 bps) StandardRS422/485 (9,600 to 57,600 bps) OptionalReady/Busy or X-On/X-Off Flow ControlBi-directional StatusUSB Ver. 1.1 Standard10/100BaseT802.11bPROCESSINGCPU32 Bit RISCFlash ROM2 MBSDRAM16 MBReceive BufferMemory Expansion2.95 MBSee Options and Accessories(1) Only one interface module can be installed in a printer at a time.SATO M-84PROPage 1-3

Section 1: OverviewOperation ManualCHARACTER X FONTSU Font5 dots W x 9 dots HS Font8 dots W x 15 dots HM Font13 dots W x 20 dots HXU Font5 dots H x 9 dots H (Helvetica)XS Font17 dots H x 17 dots W (Univers Condensed Bold)XM Font24 dots H x 24 dots W (Univers Condensed Bold)OA Font (OCR-A)15 dots W x 22 dots H22 dots W x 33 dots H44 dots W x 66 dots HOB Font (OCR-B)30 Dots W x 36 dots H30 Dots W x 36 dots H60 dots W x 72 dots HAUTO SMOOTHING FONTSWB18 dots W x 30 dots HWL28 dots H x 52 dots HXB48 dots H x 48 dots W (Univers Condensed Bold)XL48 dots W x 48 dots H (Sans Serif)VECTOR FONTProportional or Fixed SpacingFont Size 50 x 50 dots to 999 x 999 dotsHelvetica, 10 Font VariationsAGFA RASTER FONTSFont ACG Times , 8 pt to 72 ptFont BCG Triumvirate , 8 pt to 72 ptDOWNLOADABLE FONTSBit Mapped TrueType Fonts with Utility ProgramCHARACTER CONTROLExpansion to 12X in either X or Y coordinatesCharacter Pitch controlLine Space controlJournal Print facility0 , 90 , 180 and 270 RotationPage 1-4SATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 1: OverviewBARCODESBARCODEM-84PRO All ModelsSYMBOLOGIESLinear BarcodesBookland (UPC/EAN Supplemental)EAN-8/EAN-13CODABARCODE 39CODE 93CODE 128Interleaved 2 of 5 (I 2/5)Industrial 2 of 5Matrix 2 of 5MSIPOSTNETUCC/EAN-128UPC-A/UPC-ETwo DimensionalData MatrixMaxicodePDF417Micro PDFTruncated PDFQR CodeRatiosBar HeightRotation1:2, 1:3, 2:5, User Programmable4 to 999 dots, User Programmable0 , 90 , 180 and 270 RotationOTHER FEATURESSequential NumberingCustom CharactersGraphicsForms OverlaySATO M-84PROSequential numbering of both numerics and barcodesRAM storage for custom designed charactersDot addressable, SATO Hex/Binary, BMP or PCX formatsOverlay of predesigned forms in image bufferPage 1-5

Section 1: OverviewOperation ManualPHYSICALSPECIFICATIONM-84PRO All ModelsPHYSICALWide10.4 in. (265 mm)Deep17.1 in. (435 mm)High13.4 in.(341 mm)Weight39.7 lb. (18.0 Kg)POWERInput VoltagePower Consumption115/220 VAC /-10%, 50/60 Hz /-1%130W Operating, 24W IdleENVIRONMENTALOperating Temperature41 to 104 F (5 to 40 C)Storage Temperature23 to 140 F (-5 to 60 C)Storage Humidity30 to 90% RH Non-CondensingOperating Humidity30 to 80% RH Non-CondensingElectrostatic Discharge8kVREGULATORY APPROVALSSafetyRFI/EMIPage 1-6VCCI (Class B), UL, CUL, CE, FCC Class BFCC Class BSATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 1: OverviewOPTIONAL ACCESSORIESACCESSORIES AND OPTIONSPCMCIA MEMORYEXPANSIONOne slot for PCMCIA Memory Card (up to 4 MB SRAM or 16 MB FlashROM). Can be used for graphic file storage, print buffer expansion, formatstorage and downloaded fonts.FLASH ROMEXPANSIONInternal 4MB Flash ROM PCB.REAL TIME CLOCKAn internal Date/Time clock that can be used to date/time stamp labels atthe time of printing.LABEL DISPENSERInternally mounted attachment allowing labels to be peeled from backingfor immediate (on demand) applications. Backing not rewound.LABEL REWINDERExternal Option that rewinds labels onto a roll after they are printed.LABEL CUTTERAn attachment allowing labels to be cut at specified intervals. Controlledthrough programming.COAX/TWINAXINTERFACECoan/Twinax Plug-In Interface module. Coax interface emmulates an IBM3287-2 printer with a stndard Type A BNC connector. Twinax interfaceemulates IBM 5224, 5225, 5226 or 4214 printers with auto-terminate/cable through capabilities.PARALLEL INTERFACEIEEE1284 Bi-Directional Plug-In Interface ModuleCentronics Plug-In Interface ModuleSERIAL INTERFACEHigh Speed RS232 Plug-In Interface ModuleSlow RS232 Plug-In Interface ModuleUSB INTERFACEUniversal Serial Bus Plug-In Interface ModuleLAN INTERFACE10/100 BaseT Plug-In Interface ModuleWIRELESS LAN802.11b Plug-In Interface ModuleAll specifications subject to change without notice.SATO M-84PROPage 1-7

Operation ManualSection 2. InstallationSECTION 2.INSTALLATIONINTRODUCTIONThis section of the manual has been written to help you install the SATO M-84PRO printers andto get started as quickly as possible. It is recommend to read each chapter in this manual beforethe installation or the use of the printers.The following information is provided in this section: Setting Up the Printer Loading Labels or Tags Loading the Ribbon Operator PanelSETTING UP THE PRINTERConsider the following when setting up the printer: Locate a solid flat surface with adequate room to set the printer. Make sure there is enoughroom at the top and right-hand (facing the printer) side to provide clearance for the labelaccess door to swing open. The location should be near the host computer or terminal. The maximum distance for RS232cables is 35 feet and six feet for IEEE1284 Parallel cables. Cables can be purchased locally,and their configuration will depend upon the host system being used. A IEEE1284 compliantcable must be used to realize the full throughput potential of the printers. For information on interfacing the printer to a host system, see Section 5: InterfaceSpecifications.SATO M-84PROPage 2-1

Section 2. InstallationRibbon RewindSpindleTop AccessDoorOperation ManualRibbon SupplySpindleSide AccessDoorLCDDisplayDIP SwitchCoverPower SwitchLabel Hold DownLabel Roll RetainerLabel Supply SpindleLabel GuidePrint HeadHead LatchPlatenPage 2-2SATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 2. InstallationLOADING LABELS AND TAGS1. Open the Top Access Door by swinging it upand to the left. Open the Side Access Door byswinging it to the rear of the printer.Top Access DoorSide AccessDoor2. Open the Print Head Assembly by pushing theHead Latch toward the rear of the printer. ThePrint Head Assembly is spring-loaded and willautomatically open as soon as the Head Latchis disengaged.3. Loosen the Label Edge Guide and push it tothe outside of the printer to give the maximumlabel width.Label Roll Retainer4. Remove the Label Roll RetainerPrint HeadHead LatchLabel Hold DownSensor AssemblyLabelGuideLabel Edge GuideSATO M-84PROPage 2-3

Section 2. InstallationOperation Manual5. If using roll labels (or tags), load the roll ontothe Label Supply Spindle so that the printingside of the labels faces upwards as it unwindsfrom the roll. The labels should be woundface-in. Push the roll all the way to the insideof the printer and push the Label Roll Retainersnugly against the outside of the label roll.6. If using fanfold labels (or tags) set them on aflat surface behind the printer. Pass the labels(printing side up) through the slot in the rear ofthe printer.Label Roll7. Make sure the labels are routed under theLabel Guide and through the SensorAssembly.8. Open the Label Hold-Down by squeezing thegreen tab and the release tab together. TheLabel Hold Down is spring loaded and willopen automatically when the latch isdisengaged. Feed the labels under the LabelGuide, under the Label Hold Down, throughthe Sensor Assembly and out the front of theprinter.Label Roll Retainer9. Inspect the label routing and verify that thepath matches that illustrated in the LabelLoading diagram. Set the Adjustable LabelGuide to keep the labels against the inside ofthe printer.10. Close the Label Hold-Down by pushingdownward on the green tab until it latches closed.NOTE: If the Label Dispenser option has beenpurchased, see Appendix A, for properlabel routing instructions.PrintHeadLabelGuidePage 2-4SATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 2. InstallationInside Label Edge GuidesLabel Hold DownRoute LabelsUnder GuideSensorAssemblySensorPositioning11. Adjust the outside Label Edge Guide until ittouches the outside edge of the label andtighten the thumb screw. Make sure thelabels are also touching the inside edgeguides.CAUTION: Using media narrower than themaximum print width may cause excesshead wear due to the label edge. See page2-9 for precautions.12. If the ribbon is already loaded, close the PrintHead by rotating the black Head Latchtoward the front of the printer until it latchesclosed.HeadLatch13. If the ribbon is not loaded, see the following description for loading instructions.14. Close both the Access Doors.SATO M-84PROPage 2-5

Section 2. InstallationOperation ManualLOADING THE RIBBONRibbon PathRibbon RewindSpindleRibbon RollHead LatchDispensedLabelLabel BackingSensorAssemblyLabel HoldDown1. Open the Top Access Door byswinging it up and to the left and theSide Access Door by swinging ittoward the rear of the printer.Label PathTop Access DoorSide Access Door2. Open the Print Head by rotating theHead Latch toward the rear of theprinter. The Print Head is spring-loadedand will automatically open as soon asthe Head Latch is disengaged.3. Locate the extra ribbon core suppliedwith the printer. Place the core on theRibbon Rewind Spindle, pushing it allthe way to the inside of the spindle.Note that the new empty core of eachsubsequent roll becomes the next rewind core.4. Load the ribbon onto the Ribbon Supply Spindle, also pushing it all the way to the inside ofthe spindle. The dull side of the ribbon should be facing down as it travels through the PrintHead Assembly.5. Feed the leader portion of the ribbon through the Print Head Assembly and up to the RibbonRewind Spindle following the routing shown in the diagram.6. Load the ribbon behind and over the top of the Ribbon Rewind Spindle and tape it to theExtra Ribbon Core. Make sure it matches the ribbon path shown in the diagram.7. Manually turn the Rewind Spindle to wrap the ribbon onto the core one to two turns tosecure it.Page 2-6SATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 2. Installation8. If the labels or tags are already loaded,close the Print Head Assembly bypushing downward on the green tabuntil it latches closed.9. Run a test print to ensure that thelabels and ribbons were loadedcorrectly.TapeRibbonCoreCAUTION: If your labels are less than the full width of the print head, the outside edge willeventually wear out a small portion of the print head, resulting in an area that will notprint. Special care must be taken if you plan to use multiple widths of labels, since thedamaged portion of the print head caused from edge wear on a more narrow label mayaffect the printing on a wider label. We suggest you plan your print formats carefully toavoid using the area of possible damage on the print head when using a wider label. Thesmall area of damage will have no effect on printing with the undamaged part of the printhead. Damage from a label edge is physical damage and is unavoidable. It is not coveredby warranty. It is possible to delay such damage by always ensuring that the ribbon usedis wider than the label stock. This will help to protect the print head from label edgedamage.SATO M-84PROPage 2-7

Section 2. InstallationOperation ManualOPERATOR PANELThe M-84PRO Operator Panel consists of five LED indicators, two momentary contact switches, threeDIP switches, four adjustment potentiometers and one LCD Display. All of these are accessible from thefront of the printer. They are used to set the printer operating parameters and to indicate the status of theprinter to the operator. After you power on the printer, familiarize yourself with the keys and indicators as itwill help you understand the configuration process.PRINTPotentiometer to adjust print darkness (fine tuning)OFFSETPotentiometer to adjust amount of back/forward feed for dispenser/cutter/tear-off position ( /- 3.75 mm)PITCHPotentiometer to adjust home position of the label ( /- 3.75 mm). Affects stopposition of label feed, print position and dispense position.DISPLAYPotentiometer to adjust the contrast of the LCD display.POWERLED, illuminated when the power is on.LABELLED, illuminated when the label supply is not detected.RIBBONLED, illuminated when the ribbon motion sensor does not detect any ribbonmotion (ribbout out condition).ERRORLED, illuminated when there is a system fault such as an open print head.Page 2-8SATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 2. InstallationON LINELED, illuminated when printer is ready to receive data. Toggled on/off withLINE key.LINEMomentary switch. Pressing this key toggles the printer between the online and off-line mode. When the printer is on-line, it is ready to receive datafrom the host. This key acts as a pause during a print job by taking the printeroff-line. It can also be used as a Pause function key to stop the printer duringthe printing process.FEEDMomentary switch. Pressing this key feeds one blank label when the printer isOff-Line. When the printer is On-Line, another copy of the last label will beprinted (Reprint W/Feed must be enabled in the LCD panel Service Mode).DSWDIP switch array to set operational parameters of the printer.LCD2 Line x 16 Character LCD display. Used for setting operational parameters ofthe printer and displaying error conditions.SATO M-84PROPage 2-9

Section 2. InstallationOperation ManualREAR PANELAC INPUTInput 115V/240V, 50/60 Hz connector. Use cable provided.AC FUSEInput power protection. 3A/250V rating.INTERFACE SLOTConnector for Plug-In Interface Module.MEMORY CARD SLOTConnector for optional PCMCIA Memory Card.EXTExternal signal connector, AMP 57-60140.Plug-In InterfaceModuleFan-FoldAccess PanelEXT PortConnectorPCMCIACard CoverFuseAC ConnectorPage 2-10SATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 2. InstallationSENSORSThe M-84PRO printers contain three sensing units; a Ribbon End motion sensor, a Head Openmicro-switch and a Label Indexing Sensor.RIBBON END SENSORDetect motion of the Ribbon Supply Spindle and signals the printerwhen it is turning.HEAD OPEN SENSORA micro-switch that is activated when the head is unlatched.LABEL INDEXING SENSORThe sensing assembly contains two types of sensors, one for labelgap and one for eye-mark sensing. The sensors are adjustable over alimited range.Label Gap SensorReflective SensorEye-Mark onbottom ofliner.14 mmminReflective7 mm to 54 mmLabel GapMaximum number ofprint head dots isdependent upon themodel.SATO M-84PROThe range of sensor adjustment can be increased to allowthe Gap sensor to be positioned as close as 3 mm from theinside label edge. Contact SATO for information on how tomake this modification.Page 2-11

Operation ManualSection 3. ConfigurationSECTION 3.CONFIGURATIONPRINTER DIP SWITCH CONFIGURATIONDIP SWITCH PANELSThere are two DIP switches (DSW2 and DSW3) located on the front panel under aprotective cover. In addition, a third DIP switch is located on the RS232C SerialAdapter card and is used to set the RS232C transmit/receive parameters. Theseswitches can be used to set: Thermal transfer or direct thermal mode Label sensor enable/disable Head check mode Hex dump mode Single Job or Multi-Job Receive buffer Operation modeEach switch is an eight section toggle switch. The ON position is always up. To setthe switches, first power the unit Off, then position the DIP switches. Finally, afterplacing the switches in the desired positions, power the printer back on. The switchsettings are read by the printer electronics during the power up sequence. They willnot become effective until the power is cycled.RS232 TRANSMIT/RECEIVE SETTINGData Bit Selection (DSW1-1). This switch sets the printer to receive either 7 or 8bit data bits for each byte transmitted.DSW1-1SETTINGDSW1Off8 Data BitsONOn7 Data BitsOFF12345678Parity Selection (DSW1-2, DSW1-3. These switches select the type of parityused for error detection.DSW1-1DSW1-3SETTINGDSW1OffOffNo ParityONOffOnEvenOFFOnOffOddOnOnNot UsedSATO M-84PRO12345678Page 3-1

Section 3. ConfigurationOperation ManualStop Bit Selection (DSW1-4). . Selects the number of stop bits to end each bytetransmission.DSW1-4SETTINGDSW1Off1 Stop BitONOn2 Stop BitsOFF12345678Baud Rate Selection (DSW1-5, DSW1-6). . Selects the data rate (bps) for theRS232 OFFOnOff38400OnOn5760012345678Protocol Selection (DSW1-7, DSW1-8). Selects the flow control and statusreporting protocols. See Section 6: Interface Specifications for more information. (*Will select the Status 2 protocol if DSW2-8 is /XoffOFFOnOffBi-Com 3OnOnBi-Com 412345678PRINTER SET UPPrint Mode Selection (DSW2-1). . Selects between direct thermal printing onthermally sensitive paper and thermal transfer printing using a ribbon.DSW2-1SETTINGDSW2OffTherm XfrONOnDirect ThermOFF1Page 3-22345678SATO M-84PRO

Operation ManualSection 3. ConfigurationSensor Type Selection (DSW2-2). Selects between the use of a label gap or areflective Eye-Mark 45678Head Check Selection (DSW2-3). When selected, the printer will check for headelements that are electrically bledOFF12345678Hex Dump Selection (DSW2-4). Selects Hex Dump mode (see page 345678Receive Buffer Selection(DSW2-5). Selects the operating mode of the receivebuffer. See Section 6.Interface Specifications for more information.DSW2-5SETTINGDSW2OffSingle JobONOnMulti JobOFF12345678If a 10/100BaseT LAN card is installed, DS2-5 has the following definitions:DSW2-5SETTINGOffENQ ResponseOnPeriodic ResponseSATO M-84PROPage 3-3

Section 3. ConfigurationOperation ManualFirmware Download (DSW2-6). Places the printer in the Firmware Download modefor downloading new firmware into flash 5678Protocol Code Selection (DSW2-7). Selects the command codes used forprotocol control. Refer to page E-1 for more dOFF12345678Status Select(DSW2-8). For emulating earlier series software commands. Shouldbe used only if problems are encountered when using existing software. This switchwill also affect the settings selected by DSW1-7 and DSW1-8.DSW2-8SETTINGDSW2OffStatus 3 & 4 EnabledONOnStatus 2 & 3 EnabledOFF12345678Backfeed Sequence (DSW3-1, DSW3-2). Backfeed is used to correctly positionthe label for application and then retract the next label to the proper print position.This operation can be performed immediately after a label is printed and used, orimmediately prior

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