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PDF Content Summary: User’s Guide Ver.04 Read this document carefully to use this product safely and correctly. If your product is faulty, please read the included warranty card and contact the store you purchased it from. If you require further assistance, contact your local K-Sun customer support center. Please also visit us at http://labelworks.epson.com for help and support. You can download the latest version of this User’s Guide from the website. Portions of this software are copyright 2016 The FreeType Project (www.freetype.org). All rights reserved. Content menu Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists Notation used in this manual Attention Indicates important information about LW-PX900. MEMO Indicates additional information and points which may be useful to know regarding a topic. Indicates a place with more detailed information. Shows an image of the label to be used as an example. , , Indicates the buttons on LW-PX900. "Name" Indicates the menu items, messages shown on the display, or the name of a manual. Example: "On", "Start print?"

WARNING Indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in serious personal injury or even death due to incorrect handling. CAUTION Indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury, physical damage, or damage to equipment due to incorrect handling. © Seiko Epson Corporation 2015-2019. All rights reserved.

Safety Instructions For your safety, read the attached documents carefully to use this product correctly. After you have read all instructions, keep this manual handy for future reference and to make your concerns clear. Items below indicate safety precautions to protect users, their surroundings and their property from possible injury or damage. Precautionary notations are categorised as follows according to personal injury and damage to the equipment if the instructions are ignored or the equipment is misused. DANGER This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in serious or fatal personal injury. Take extra caution in performing procedures with DANGER headings. WARNING This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in serious personal injury or even death due to incorrect handling. CAUTION This symbol indicates information that, if ignored, could possibly result in personal injury, physical damage, or damage to equipment due to incorrect handling. The following describes the meaning of each symbol used in the precautions. This indicates an important reminder. This indicates a prohibited item. DANGER When handling batteries If any liquid from the battery gets into your eyes, promptly wash it out with clean water for more than 10 minutes and consult your doctor at once. If you do not, the liquid may cause loss of eyesight. Never disassemble or modify the battery pack. This may cause fire, explosion, leakage, overheating or damage. Do not expose the battery to fire or heat it. This may cause fire, explosion, leakage, overheating or damage. WARNING When using the AC adapter and power cable The cords included with this product contain chemicals, including lead, known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. (This notice is provided in accordance with Proposition 65 in Cal. Health & Safety Code §25249.5 and following.) Do not use any AC adapter or power cable other than the dedicated AC adapter and power cable. Do not use the AC adapter with other than the specified voltage also. Otherwise, damage, overheating, fire or electric shock may occur. Take the following precautions when handling the AC adapter and power cable. • Make sure to avoid octopus wiring. • Make sure the plug is not dusty before inserting it into an outlet. Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index This indicates a mandatory procedure. • Insert the plug firmly into the outlet. • Do not hold the AC adapter or the plug with wet hands. • Do not pull the power cable when disconnecting the plug. Be sure to hold the plug when disconnecting it. Key Menu Index Key Menu Index • Do not make any modification to the AC adapter or power cable. • Do not apply strong shocks to or put a heavy object on the AC adapter or power cable. • Do not bend or twist the AC adapter or power cable forcibly. • Do not place the AC adapter or power cable near a heater. Do not use any damaged AC adapter or power cable. Otherwise, damage, overheating or smoking may occur, which may result in fire or electric shock. Do not touch the plug during thunderstorms. Frame and Table Lists 2 When handling batteries Keep the battery pack away from fire or flame if it produces a strange odor or leakage. Otherwise fire or explosion may occur. Should any battery liquid get on skin or clothing, promptly wash it off with clean water. If you do not, the liquid may damage your skin. Do not expose the battery to water. Do not allow water to contact the terminals. This may cause fire, overheating, or electric shock. Keep batteries out of reach of children. They are extremely dangerous if swallowed. Contact a doctor immediately if swallowed. When using this product Do not apply any strong force or shocks to the product such as standing on, dropping or hitting it. Otherwise, the product may be broken, which may result in fire or electric shock. If it is damaged, turn off the power immediately, unplug the AC adapter and remove the batteries, and then contact the K-Sun customer support center. Continuous use may result in fire or electric shock. Take care not to spill any beverage such as tea, coffee or juice onto the product, or to spray aerosol insecticide. It may cause malfunction, fire, or electric shock. If any liquid has been spilled on the product, turn off the power, unplug the AC adapter and remove the batteries immediately, and then contact the K-Sun customer support center. Continuous use may result in fire or electric shock. Do not touch the printhead because it becomes very hot. Otherwise, there is a risk of burns. Do not open any covers other than the top cover or battery cover. Doing so may result in fire or electric shock. Always use the product as instructed in this manual. Otherwise, damage or injury may occur. Never modify or disassemble this product. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock. Do not carry out any operations not described in this manual, or the product may break or cause injury. If any of the following abnormalities is observed, turn off the power immediately, unplug the AC adapter and remove the batteries, and then contact the K-Sun customer support center. • If smoke, strange odors or unexpected noises come from the product • If liquid or foreign objects get inside the product • If the product has been dropped or damaged Do not touch the tape eject slot, during printing or when the auto cutter is in operation. Otherwise there is a risk of injury. Safety Instructions OthersDo not use or store the product, batteries, AC adapter, power cable, or tape cartridges in the following places. • In direct sunlight. • Where it may become extremely hot such as in a vehicle with the windows closed. • Where it may become extremely hot such as near a heater or the temperature becomes very unstable such as near the exhaust duct of an air conditioner. • Where the product may get wet due to a shower or rain such as in a bathroom or outdoors. • In a dusty place or where the product may be exposed to smoke or steam such as near the kitchen or a humidifier. • On an unstable place such as on a shaky table or on an inclined place. • Where it might be subjected to vibration or shock. • Near high-voltage power lines or something that generates a magnetic field. Keep the plastic bags used to contain the product or this manual out of reach of children. Children may suffocate if they swallow them or put their heads into the bags. CAUTION When handling batteries If liquid leaks from a battery, wipe it off with a cloth and replace it with a new one. If the liquid comes in contact with your skin, wash it away with water immediately. If the batteries are used incorrectly, they may cause leakage, overheating, explosion, erosion, or damage to the product, which may result in fire or injury. • Do not use new ones and old batteries together, or mix different types of batteries. • Use AA alkaline batteries. • Use batteries in the correct directions. • Take the batteries out immediately when they have no power remaining. • Take the batteries out if you do not use the product for a long time. • Do not heat batteries or throw them in fire or water. • Do not pinch the batteries with metal tweezers or use any pointed sharp metal object such as the tip of a mechanical pen or ball-point pen when taking the batteries out. When disposing of used batteries, make sure to follow the regulations. 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Safety Instructions ∎When handling tape cartridges • Make sure to use a dedicated PX Tape. • Some types of tape cannot be cut by the cutter. For the details, refer to the tape's manual. • Do not drop it or disassemble it. Doing so may cause damage. • Do not pull out the tape forcibly by hand. But make sure to feed the tape with . Otherwise, the tape cartridge may be broken and unusable. • Avoid using a tape cartridge without remaining tape. Doing so may cause overheating of the printhead, which may result in damage or malfunction. MEMO Tape cartridges contain ink ribbons in them. When disposing of tape cartridges, make sure to follow the local regulations for disposal. When using the AC adapter Do not unplug the AC adapter while the product is in operation, otherwise printing may not be successful. ∎Other cautions Notes on usage Do not use the AC adapter in a small, confined space, or cover it with a cloth. Otherwise, the AC adapter may overheat and deteriorate. • Do not touch the thermal head. Static electricity may damage the thermal head. • Do not plug in and unplug the AC adapter while printing. Power may be When using this product Do not stand or put anything heavy on the product or place it on an unstable place such as on a shaky table or on an incline. Otherwise, the product may fall and cause injury. To ensure safety, unplug this product before leaving it unused. cut off. • The Li-ion battery cannot be charged while printing. • Operate the keyboard gently. • Take care not to cut your fingers when cutting the label with scissors. • Do not attach a label on human bodies, living things, public facilities or other people’s belongings. Before cleaning, make sure to unplug the AC adapter from the outlet, and remove the batteries. Do not use a moistened cloth or solvents such as alcohol, thinner or benzine. • Be sure to turn the power off after use. • Powering off message is displayed while turning off the product. Do not remove the AC adapter until the message disappears. • Be sure to replace batteries with the power turned off. If you replace the batteries while the product is powered, files or data stored on it may be Do not block or insert objects into the supplied AC adapter socket or deleted. the tape eject slot. ∎Recycling the Battery Contains a lithium-ion battery. Must be recycled or disposed of properly. MEMO Do not disassemble the battery pack. For American Users The lithium-ion battery is recyclable. At the end of its useful life, under various state and and local laws, it is illegal to dispose of this battery into your municipal waste stream. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 4 Specifications Body Dimensions Approx. 136 (W) x 295 (D) x 97 (H) (mm) Weight Approx. 1,250 g (excluding batteries, tape cartridge) Usage conditions Operating temperature 5 to 35 degrees C Storage temperature -10 to 55 degrees C Supported tape width 4 mm, 6 mm, 9 mm, 12 mm, 18 mm, 24 mm, 36 mm Power supply Battery Li-ion battery x 1 / AA alkaline battery x 6 AC adapter Type AST1527Z2-1 Manufacturer Seiko Epson Corp. Input AC100-240V, 1.2 A, 50-60Hz (dedicated adapter, power cable only) Output DC15V, 2.7A Total output power 40.5 W Li-ion battery specifications Ambient temperature During operation 0 to 40 degrees C Charge 0 to 40 degrees C During storage Less than 1 month -20 to 50 degrees C Less than 3 month -20 to 40 degrees C Less than 1 year -20 to 20 degrees C Charging information Nominal specifications Charging current (Std.) 1.0 A Charging voltage (Std.) 8.05 V Charging time Approx. 3 hours Charge limits Battery pack model C52CE97010 Maximum charge current, A 1.0 A Maximum charge voltage, V 8.4 V Rated time when using alkaline batteries Rated operating time / Rated resting time 0.5h / 1.0h Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Start Here Start Here Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 5 Troubleshooting ∎Messages This section explains the remedies when the following messages appear on the display. Check battery Charge Li-ion! The battery runs out of power. Connect the AC adapter to LW-PX900 and charge the battery. For details, "Charging the Li-ion battery" Check battery Change alkaline The batteries run out. Turn off the power and replace all batteries with new ones. Cover open! Top cover is open. Close the top cover. Insert tape Check if the tape cartridge is loaded or correctly set. For details, "Installing a tape cartridge" Check tape cartridge The loaded tape is not supported. Insert a correct cartridge. No more sequence No.! Only up to 2 sequence numbers can be inserted. No more barcode! Only up to 2 barcodes can be inserted. QR CODE too big! Perform either of the following: Use a wider tape. Reduce the text or cell size. Lower "ECC Level". Overheated! The printhead is overheated. Turn off the power and remove the tape cartridge, then leave the product until it cools down. Trash at slot Remove trash Tape remains in the tape eject slot. Remove the tape. Remove cut tape Unable to start printing because cut tape remains in the tape eject slot. Remove the tape from the tape eject slot. ∎Problem Unable to charge Li-ion battery Is the Li-ion battery correctly installed? Check that the Li-ion battery is correctly installed. Is the AC adapter securely connected? Connect the AC adapter and the power cable firmly to the power socket of the product, the AC adapter connector and the outlet. Unable to detect the tape correctly Is the tape cartridge correctly installed? Check that the tape cartridge is correctly installed. Is the label for detecting the tape cartridge clean? If not, wipe the dirt off with a soft cloth. Is the detection sensor of LW-PX900 clean? If not, wipe the dirt off with a soft cloth. MEMO If none of the above has solved the problem or the symptom is other than the above, contact the K-Sun customer support center. Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 6 Part Names and Functions 1. Feeds and then cuts the tape. 2. Tape eject slot 3. Prints a label. + : Prints with a special print function. 4. Creates a general label. 5. Character keys 6. Shift 7. Enters a character with an accent. 8. Changes the input method of the character keys. + : Caps Lock 9. Creates a label with a sequence number. 10. Creates a barcode label. 11. Enters a symbol. 12. Cursor keys 13. Confirms the settings. 14. Adds a block. 15. Sets the margins. 16. Sets the tape length. + : Changes the text orientation. 17. Sets the format and style. 18. Changes the font size. + : Changes the font type. 19. Space 20. Creates a special label. 21. Delete 22. Turns LW-PX900 on and off. 23. Previews the created label. + : Sets LW-PX900. 24. Saves and recalls the label. 25. Display Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 7 Part Names and Functions ∎Display The display shows the current settings and characters you have entered. You can change the language shown on the setting screen and menu. "Language" 1. Form name 2. Set tape width and length The unit can be switched between inch and cm. "inch:cm" 3. Symbol input mode 4. Caps Lock ON 5. Block number 6. Row number 7. Cursor 8. Color of text to be printed 9. Set tape color 10. Remaining battery level 11. Font size 12. Label cut method 13. Set tape type Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 8

Start Here 1. Installing the Li-ion battery Before using the printer for the first time, charge the Li-ion battery (C52CE97010). Read also the safety precautions previously in for this the manual. rechargeable battery described For details on the handling of Li-ion battery, see "Li-ion Battery Instruction Manual". ∎ Charging the Li-ion battery You can charge the dedicated Li-ion battery (C52CE97010) with LW-PX900. To charge the battery, connect the AC adapter to LW-PX900 with the Li-ion battery installed. Charging error WARNING Be sure to use the dedicated Li-ion battery (C52CE97010) . Using a battery other or other than damage. the one specified may cause fire, explosion, leakage, overheating CAUTION When disposing of used batteries, make sure to follow the regulations. 1. Open the battery cover. 2. Install the Li-ion battery in the correct orientation. 3. Close the battery cover. MEMO • The Li-ion battery cannot be charged while printing. • When the power of the charged Li-ion battery seems to run out quickly, replace it with new ones. • There is likely to be a charging error or battery error in the following cases. Contact K-Sun customer support center. - The charge LED flashes during charging. Charge LED Charging - New Li-ion battery takes significantly longer to charge than the estimated charging time (less than 3 hours). Charging completed Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 9 ∎ Using alkaline batteries You can use alkaline batteries instead of Li-ion battery. When using alkaline batteries, install them in the correct orientation. ∎ Connecting the AC adapter ∎ Using Label Editor Professional Label Editor Professional is an application software for editing label. When this software is installed on your computer, you can transfer the created cable label data to the printer. For how to install and operate the software, see "Label Editor Professional User's Guide". Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Connect the AC adapter as shown below. Start Here 1. Connect the USB cable to LW-PX900. 2. Connect the other connector of the USB cable to the computer. Top Part Names and Functions Start Here Initializing the Settings

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Start Here 2. Installing a tape cartridge CAUTION • Make sure that the power is turned off. • You cannot use tape other than PX-tape. • Make sure the top cover is closed firmly. • If you opened the top cover while a tape cartridge is installed, check that the tape end is put into the tape eject slot before beginning operation. • Take care to keep the label for detecting the tape cartridge and the sensor of LW-PX900 clean. Otherwise, tape may no longer be detected correctly. • Do not touch the sensor directly with your fingers. Use a pen or a pencil. Put the tape end into the tape eject slot. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Label for detection Sensor 1. Rewind the ink ribbon. 2. Open the top cover. Top cover 3. Install a tape cartridge. 4. Close the top cover. Specifications Specifications Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index

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Start Here 3. Turning the power on 1. Press . ∎ Feeding the tape Top Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Auto power-off If there is no key operation within five minutes, LW-PX900 automatically turns off. (The characters you have entered in the current session are stored.) Furthermore, if there is no key operation within an hour while connected to a computer, LW-PX900 automatically turns off. CAUTION Be sure to feed the tape every time after you install a tape cartridge. 2. Select a function with / and then press . Tape feed Feeds the tape. Feed and cut Feeds the tape and then cuts the tape. Troubleshooting Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings

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4. Entering text 1. Press + . 2. Press . 3. Press . A list of characters appears. For the accent marks that can be inserted "Accent" 4. Select a character with / and press . "â" is entered. 5. Press keys: , , " Câble" appears on the screen. 6. Press + . "#" is entered. 7. Press keys: , , Save the created label: "Saving Frequently Used Labels" Change the font: "Changing the Font" Change the font size: "Changing the Font Size" Start Here ∎ Deleting text 1. Press . A character is deleted backward. Deleting all text 1. Press + . 2. Select a function with / and then press . Text Only Deletes all text. Text & Setting Deletes all text and restores the font size and other settings to the initial settings. All Format Deletes all text and displays the General editing screen. Depending on the label type you create, "All Format" may not be displayed. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 13 Start Here 5. Printing label 1. Press . CAUTION Top Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Setting the label auto cut to Off "Auto cut" Printing with special print functions "Utilizing Print Functions" ∎ Checking the print image • Do not insert your fingers into the tape eject slot. • Do not pull the tape until the printing is completed. Attention • "Insert tape" will appear on the display if the tape cartridge is not loaded or not correctly set. • Length of the label shown on the display is a guide and may not match the length of the printed label exactly. • Label over 16m in length cannot be printed. Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here 1. Press . The print image scrolls on the entire screen. When the preview ends, the editing screen reappears. MEMO • To cancel the printing, press . • Depending on your margin setting or the label type, tape may be fed and cut before printing. Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index

Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 14 Start Here CAUTION Depending on the environment where you use labels and the nature of the adhered surface, the labels may be peeled or discoloured, and the adhesive may remain on or damage the adhered surface. Be sure to check the environment and the nature of the adhered surface before use. K-Sun takes no responsibility for any damage or loss due to the above mentioned causes. 6. Attaching label 7. Turning the Power Off 1. Peel off the backing paper. 1. Press . The characters you have entered in the current session are stored even after LW-PX900 is turned off. They are displayed when it is turned on again. 2. Attach the label and rub it firmly. 2. Open the battery cover and then remove the Li-ion battery. If the AC adapter is connected,disconnect the AC adapter from LW-PX900. CAUTION • "Powering off." is displayed while turning off this product. Do not remove the Li-ion battery or disconnect the AC adapter until this message disappears. • When you don't use the product for a long period of time, remove the batteries (Li-ion battery or alkaline batteries), disconnect the AC adapter, and remove the tape cartridge from LW-PX900. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 15

Cleaning CAUTION Turn off the LW-PX900 and remove the batteries before cleaning. If the AC adapter is connected, disconnect the AC adapter cable from LW-PX900. Exterior Wipe the dirt off with a soft cloth. If it is very dirty, use a cloth damp. CAUTION Never use chemicals or solvents such as benzine, thinner, or alcohol, or use a chemical duster. Printhead Clean the printhead with a cotton swab. Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Cleaning

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Initializing the Settings Initialize the settings if LW-PX900 does not operate normally such as the display is interrupted. Attention This function initializes the settings. Take extreme care before initializing it. All the created text will be lost and the settings you made will be reset. 1. If the power is on, press to turn it off. 2. Press and hold + , and press . 3. When a message appears, press . The settings will be initialized. MEMO To cancel initialization, press a key other than . Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index

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Purpose-based Index Click the illustration of the label you wish to create or function you wish to use, to display information such as the creation procedure or setting procedure. Label Types Patch Panel label Block-66 label Punch Block label Faceplate label Cable label (1) Cable label (2) Die-Cut label Self-Lamination Overwrap Top Safety Instructions Specifications Start Here Barcode label Sequentially numbered label (1) Sequentially numbered label (2) Sequentially numbered label (2) Label with symbol Label with symbol Label with symbol Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists

Mirrored text label Large label Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index 18

Purpose-based Index Customizing Labels Format/Style Font size Font Length Top Safety Instructions Margins Text orientation Adding block Specifying the Font Size Useful Functions Creating Multiple Labels at Once Swapping the Text Saving/Recalling Frequently Used Labels Saving/Recalling Frequently Used Labels LW-PX900 Settings Transferring Cable Label Data Printing Same Label Multiple Times Printing Same Label Multiple Times Printing Same Label Multiple Times Specifications Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists

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Creating Special Labels Creating Labels for Patch Panel You can create the optimal labels for your patch panel by setting the label length and number of blocks. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Blocks length Separator Blocks number 1. Press . 6. Select the orientation with / and then press Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Cleaning 2. Select the length type with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Blocks". Blocks: Sets the length by block length. Label: Sets the length by label length. 3. Enter the blocks length and then press . Setting range: 0.25 to 30 cm 4. Enter the blocks number and then press . In this example, we will enter "3". Setting range: 1 to 50 5. Select the type of separator with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Line". . In this example, we will select "Hori.". Hori. Vert.1 Vert.2 7. Enter the text. You can create labels with sequence numbers. For details, "Creating Labels with Block Sequence Numbers Assigned" 8. Press . Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists 20

Creating Special Labels Creating Labels for Block-66 + You connectors can create can labels easily for be Block-66 identified. so that large numbers of Blocks length Separator .... Blocks number 1. Press + . 2. Select the length type with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Blocks". Blocks: Sets the length by block length. Label: Sets the length by label length. 3. Enter the blocks length and then press . Setting range: 0.25 to 30 cm 4. Enter the blocks number and then press . In this example, we will enter "4". Setting range: 1 to 50 5. Select the type of separator with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Line". 6. Select the orientation with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Hori.". Hori. Vert.1 Vert.2 7. Enter the text. You can create labels with sequence numbers. For details, "Creating Labels with Block Sequence Numbers Assigned" 8. Press . Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 21 Creating Special Labels Creating Labels for Faceplate Text can be automatically placed at the center of a block. This enables you to easily create a label suitable for the size of the area where it will be affixed. Label length Block Block Blocks number Top Safety Instructions Specifications Part Names and Functions Start Here 1. Press . 2. Enter the label length and then press . 4. Select the orientation with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Hori.". Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Setting range: 1 to 99.9 cm 3. Enter the blocks number and then press . In this example, we will enter "2". Setting range: 1 to 50 Hori. Vert.1 Vert.2 5. Enter the text. 6. Press . Troubleshooting Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 22 Creating Special Labels Creating Labels for Punch Block You can create labels to identify at a glance the numbers for the wires or pins connected to a punch block. Upper count Lower count 1. Press . 4. Enter the upper count and then press . Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions 2. Select the blocks type with / and then press . In this example, we will select "4pairs". Blank: Creates a table of two rows and one column. In this example, we will enter "1". 5. Enter the lower count and then press . In this example, "25" is entered automatically. Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings 3. Select the text type with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Pins". Pins Seri. Blank 6. Enter the label length and then press . Setting range: 1 to 99.9 cm 7. Press . Start Here Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index

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Creating Special Labels Creating Labels to Wrap Around Cable You can repeatedly print text so that it can be seen regardless of the angle from which the cable is viewed. Label length Tape width Margin Margin 1. Press . 2. Select the length type with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Length". Dia: Sets the length by cable diameter. (Setting range: 0.25 to 15 cm) Length: Sets the length by label length. 4. Select On or Off of repeat text with / and then press . In this example, we will select "On". OnOff Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index 3. Enter the label length and then press . Setting range: 1 to 99.9cm 5. Select the type of margins with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Long". Tape/3: Sets margins that are a 1/3 of the tape width. Tape: Sets margins that are equal to the tape width. Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists

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Creating Special Labels Creating Labels to Wrap around Cable like a Flag + This label is useful for differentiating cables because the flag portion of the label wrapped around the cable is easy to see. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Block 1 Space length Block 2 Text length Separator 1. Press + . 2. Select the setting method of space length with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Length". Dia: Sets (Setting the range: length 0.25 by cable to 15 diameter. cm) Length: Sets the length by space length. 3. Enter the space length and then press . Setting range: 0.25 to 30 cm 4. Enter the text length and then press . Setting range: 0.25 to 30cm 5. Select the type of separator with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Line". 6. Select the orientation with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Hori.2". Hori.1 Hori.2 Vert.1 Vert.2 Vert.3 Vert.4 7. Enter the text of block 1 and then press . 8. Enter the text of block 2. 9. Press . Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 25 Creating Special Labels Creating Multiple Labels at Once + You can create many labels at once. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Label length Margin Margin Tape width Blocks number Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions 1. Press + . 4. Select the type of margins with / and then press . Cleaning Cleaning 2. Select the label length with / and then press . Auto: on the Automatically length of text. adjusts the label length depending Set: Sets the label length. Setting range: 1 to 99.9 cm 3. Enter the blocks number and then press . In this example, we will enter "3". Tape/3: Sets margins that are a 1/3 of the tape width. Tape: Sets margins that are equal to the tape width. 5. Select the orientation with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Hori.". Hori. Vert.1 Vert.2 6. Enter "Cable" and then press . Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index

Similarly for other labels, enter text and press . 7. Press . Start Here Frame and Table Lists 26

Creating Special Labels Swap the Order of Multiple Lines Swaps the text line by line. MEMO You type may you not create. be able to swap the lines depending on the label 1. Press . 2. Select "Line swap" with / and press . 3. Select an area to which you want to apply the function with / and press . Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings

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Creating Special Labels Creating Labels with Dedicated Tape Top Safety Instructions ∎Die-Cut label Use the dedicated Die-Cut label. You can print on to precut rounded corner label, oval label, and circular label. ∎Self-Lamination Overwrap Use the dedicated Self- Lamination Overwrap. This label tape comes with transparent can be wrapped film. around The film the label to prevent it from getting dirty. Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions 1. Select the orientation with / and then press . In this example, we will select "Hori.". Hori. Vert. 2. Enter the text. You can adjust the position of the text by changing the LW-PX900 For details, settings. "Changing the LW-PX900 Settings". 3. Press . Label length 1. Enter the label length and then press . Setting range: 1 to 99.9 cm 2. Enter the text. Start Here Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index 3. Press . Cleaning Key Menu Index

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Creating Barcode Labels MEMO • You may not be able to add a barcode depending on the label type you create. • Only up to two barcodes can be inserted in one label. Supported barcode types: EAN-8, EAN-13, CODE128, CODE39, QR CODE, ITF, CODABAR, UPC-A, UPC-E 1. Press . 2. Select an item with / and press . Move on to the next options until the setting is complete. 3. Enter the alphanumeric characters for the barcode and then press . 4. Press . Creating Special Labels Creating Labels with Symbol 1. Press . 2. Select a category with / and press . 3. Select a symbol with / and press . 4. Press . MEMO For available symbols, see "Symbol List" on the separate sheet. Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index

Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 29 Creating Special Labels Creating Sequentially Numbered Labels The number is automatically incremented each time a label is printed. Up to four digits including numbers (0 to 9) and alphabet letters (a to z and A to Z) can be entered. 1. Press . 2. Enter the start value of the sequential numbers and then press . In this example, we will enter "0001". 3. Select the number of repetition with / and then press . In this example, we will select "2 times". 4. Press + . 5. Select "Print copies" with / and then press . 6. Enter the number of print copies and then press . In this example, we will enter "6". 7. Select "Start print?" with / and then press . Printing starts. Creating Labels with Block Sequence Numbers Assigned You Up to can four assign digits sequential including numbers numbers to (0 blocks. to 9) and alphabet letters (a to z and A to Z) can be entered. Block 1 Block 2 Block 3 Create the blocks in advance. In this example, we have created three blocks. 1. Press + . 2. Enter the start value of the sequential numbers and then press . In Sequential this example, numbers we will are enter automatically "CN01". assigned to block 2 and block 3. 3. Select the number of repetition with / and then press . In this example, we will select "1 time". 4. Press . + Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 30

Customizing Labels Top Setting the Format and Style (Edit menu) Procedure for setting MEMO The setting items displayed when you press differ depending on the label type you create. Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications 1. Place the cursor. Place the cursor on the left of the characters to which you want to apply a function. If you apply the function to a specific line or block, confirm that the cursor is in the line or block. You can decorate your label by setting the following. Layout Left, Center, Justify, Right Adjusts the layout when multiple lines are used. Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here 2. Press . Example: to apply "Bold & Italic" Frame & Table Decorates the text with a frame or inserts a table. Start Here Cleaning 3. Select "Bold & Italic" with / and press . 4. Select "B + I" with / and press . Separator Decorates the text of a die cut label with a frame. For the frames that can be inserted "Die-Cut label" Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings 5. Select an area to which you want to apply the function with / and press . When "character" is selected, the function is applied to all characters on the right of the cursor. Style Outline, Normal, Gray, Shadow, S+O Applies a character style to text. Char. spacing None, Narrow, Normal, Wide Sets the inter-character spacing. Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists

Border & Line Strikeout, Underline, None, Border, Round brdr, Shading, Brdr mesh, Round mesh Applies border, underline, shade etc. to text. Char. Width Smaller, Small, Narrow, Normal, Wide This allows you to change the width or height of characters. 31

Customizing Labels Background None, 1 Wave, 2 Diamond1, 3 Diamond2, 4 Snow, 5 Flower, 6 Star, 7 Cards, 8 Arabesq., 9 Mesh, 10Dotted Sets the background pattern. Line swap Swaps the order of text line by line. You may not be able to swap the lines depending on the label "Swap type you the Order create. of Multiple Lines" Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Bold & Italic Italic, Normal, Bold, B+I Changes the text in bold or italics. Length This setting is the same as when is pressed. "Setting the Label Length" Margins This setting is the same as when is pressed. "Setting the Margins" Orientation AB A, A B, B AB ASets the orientation of the text. AB A A B B AB AFont size Select font size from preset patterns or from "Manual". When "Manual" is selected, font size can be set for each block line by line. "Changing the Font Size" "Specifying the Font Size" Font This setting is the same as when + is pressed. "Changing the Font" Color Reversal On, Off When set to "On", creates label with the text color and tape color reversed. Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 32

Changing the Font Size You can change the font size of text by selecting from preset patterns. To change the font size of a block line by line, set "Manual" under "Font size" of "Edit menu". "Specifying the Font Size" MEMO • You may not be able to change the font size depending on the label type you create. • If your text contains only the letters and/or marks described below, it is printed larger than text that contains the other letters and/or marks. Numbers, English alphabet uppercase letters, space, and the following marks; ! " # % & ' * + - . / : < = > ? \ ^ 1. Press . 2. Each time you press , the font size changes. Changing the Font Changes the font type of text. 1. Press + . 2. Each time you press + , the font changes. SansS. Roman + Customizing Labels Changing the Text Orientation + Changes the text orientation to vertical or horizontal. MEMO You may not be able to change the text orientation depending on the label type you create. 1. Press + . Each time you press + , the setting switches between " Horizontal" and "Vertical". Horizontal Vertical ∎When creating "Patch Panel", "Block-66", "Faceplate", or "Mix-Len" 1. Press + . 2. Select the orientation with / and press . Hori. Vert.1 Vert.2 Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 33

Setting the Label Length You can set the length of label or block. MEMO • This cannot be set for a die cut label. • When creating a special label, you can set the length again. Setting items for special label is displayed after pressing . 1. Press . 2. Select the setting method of the length with / and press . Auto: Automatically adjusts the label length depending on the length of text. Set: Sets the label length. Setting range: 1 to 99.9 cm 3. Select the alignment for the text with / and press . Left, Center, Justify, Right Setting the Margins Sets the left and right margins. MEMO You may not be able to set the margins depending on the label type you create. 1. Press . 2. Select the type of margins with / and press . Tape width /3: Sets margins that are a 1/3 of the tape width. Tape width: Sets margins that are equal to the tape width. Customizing Labels Adding Block By dividing text into blocks, you can change the style and the number of lines block-by-block. Display Label Block 1 Block 2 1. Press . A cursor. new block is started from the character next to the Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 34 Customizing Labels Specifying the Font Size You can change the font size of a block line by line. MEMO • The font sizes that can be set will differ depending on the width of the tape in use or the number of lines of text. • The font size of the text is automatically adjusted according to the width of the tape. So even if the first line is set to the largest font size, its size may be changed depending on the font size settings of the second and third lines. 1. Press . 2. Select "Font size" with / and press . 3. Select the number of lines with / and press . 4. Select "Manual" with / and press . 5. Select the line to be changed with / and change the font size with / . 6. When the settings are complete, press . 7. Select an area to which you want to apply the function with / and press . Top Safety Instructions Specifications Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists

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Saving Frequently Used Labels By saving frequently used labels, you will be able to easily recall and print from them next time. Up to 100 labels can be saved. Top Safety Instructions ∎Saving a label 1. Press . 2. Select " Save " with / and press . 3. Select a registration number with / or the ∎Printing the saved label You can select multiple files and print them at once. 1. Press . 2. Select " Print " with / and press . Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions number keys and then press . The registration confirmation screen appears. 4. Confirm the registration number and then press . ∎Recall the saved label 3. Select a registration number with / or the number keys and then press . By pressing continuously , you selecting can select registration multiple numbers files. and 4. Select " Print Start " with / and press . Printing starts. Start Here Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings 1. Press . 2. Select " Recall " with / and press . 3. Select a registration number with / or the number keys and then press . The recall confirmation screen appears. MEMO You can also select " Print Start " by pressing + / . ∎Deleting the saved label Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index 4. Confirm the registration number and then press . 1. Press . 2. Select " Delete" with / and press . Frame and Table Lists

3. Select a registration number with / or the number keys and then press . The deletion confirmation screen appears. 4. Confirm the registration number and then press . 36

Utilizing Print Functions + ∎Enlarge print You can create a label that is larger than the width of a single label. Print the created content separately on multiple labels and then put them together to use as a single label. 1. Press + . 2. Select " Enlarge print " with / and press . 3. Select " *2size " with / and press . 4. Select " 2/2 " with / and press . 5. Select " Start print? " with / and press . Printing starts. MEMO The function remains enabled even after printing. To disable the function, select "Off". ∎Mirror print On Off 1. Press + . 2. Select " Mirror print " with / and press . Printing starts. MEMO The function remains enabled even after printing. To disable the function, select "Off". ∎Print copies 1. Press + . 2. Select " Print copies " with / and press . Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Key Menu Index Key Menu Index 3. Select " On " with / and press . 4. Select " Start print? " with / and press . 3. Enter the number of print copies and then press . 4. Select " Start print? " with / and press . Printing starts. MEMO The function remains enabled even after printing. To disable the function, set the number of print copies to "1". Part Names and Functions Purpose-based Index Frame and Table Lists 37 Changing the LW-PX900 Settings + Top Auto cut Sets whether or not to cut automatically. When "Auto cut"is set to " On ", the function (Half cut) for precutting just the label part to make the backing paper easy to peel off is set. Print density Sets the print density. Drop stop This function is useful for affixing consecutively printed labels one at a time. When "On" is selected, printed labels will not be scattered because output each they time are stacked a label is in removed. the tape eject slot and a label is This function is only available when the label length is 28 mm or more, "Auto cut" is set to "On", and "Half cut" is set to "Off". Die-Cut pos Adjusts the text position of die cut label. Width pos: Adjusts the vertical positioning of text. Length pos: Adjusts the horizontal positioning of text. Backlight Sets the display backlight to On or Off. Language You can select the language shown on the display from the following: Dansk, Norsk, Português-Br, Deutsch, English, Português-EU, Español, Français, Suomi, Italiano, Svenska, Nederlands, Türkçe inch:cm The unit of length used to indicate the label size can be switched between inch and cm. MEMO Version: To the make printer. sure the version number that has been installed in Procedure for setting 1. Press + . 2. Select the desired function with / and press . 3. Select the desired item with / and press . Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 38 Transferring Cable Label Data If you transfer a label data you created to the LW-PX900, you will be able to print labels for cables without connecting to a computer. Operation flow Operation on computer Operation on LW-PX900 Top Safety Instructions Label Editor Professional Data Transfer Tool Troubleshooting Troubleshooting 1. Create the label for transfer 2. Transfer the label data 3. Print from the LW-PX900 MEMO • For how to install and operate Label Editor Professional, see "Label Editor Professional User's Guide". • Connect LW-PX900 and computer with a USB cable in advance. 1. Create the label for transfer Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings 1. Start Label Editor Professional. 2. Click [Cable Labeling] in the "New/Open" window. 4. Turn on the checkbox of "Create Transfer Data" on the "Style" tab. Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index 3. Click [OK]. 5. Click "Label Type" on the "Settings" tab. Select the label type. 6. Create the label. Specifications Part Names and Functions Frame and Table Lists 39 Transferring Cable Label Data 2. Transfer the label data 3. Print from the LW-PX900 Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions 1. Click [Transfer]. Data Transfer Tool starts. MEMO By clicking [Transfer], you can transfer the data immediately without saving it. 3. Click [Transfer Batch Files]. 4. Click [Add]. Select the label data to transfer. The transferred label data can be printed from of the LW-PX900. 1. Press . Specifications Specifications Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 5. Click [Transfer]. The label data is transferred to the LW-PX900. 2. Click [Save]. The label data for transfer is saved on the computer. This printer does not support this function. 2. Select "Print" with / and then press . 3. Select the transferred label data with / or a numeric key and then press . 4. Select "Print Start" with / and then press . Printing starts. The file name of the selected label data is displayed. Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index 40

Key Menu Index Click a key in the illustration to display the menu list. Previews the created label. Printing starts. Turns LW-PX900 on and off. Deletes the text. Changes the font size. Shift key + : Changes the font. Changes the input method. + : Changes the text orientation. Enters a symbol. Adds a block. For available symbols, see "Symbol List". MEMO To select a setting item: / To confirm the setting: Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 41

Patch Panel Block-66 Separator Blocks length Length Type Enter length Blocks num Label length Blocks length Separator Label length None Line Enter length Enter length None Enter length Orientation Blocks Hori. Label Length Type Blocks Enter number of blocks Tic Vert.1 Dotted Orientation Blocks num Line Hori. Label Enter number of blocks Tic Vert.1 Dotted Vert.2 Frame Vert.2 Frame Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 42

Faceplate Label length Blocks num Label length Blocks num Label length Orientation Enter length Set Enter length Hori. Enter number of blocks Vert.1 Vert.2 Mix-Len Margins Min Orientation Auto Long Tape /3 Tape Short Enter of blocks number Middle Hori. Vert.1 Vert.2 Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 43

Wrap Diameter Margins Length Type Enter length Repeat text Label length Space length Space length Text length Min Short Dia On Middle Length Off Long Enter length Tape /3 Tape Flag Orientation Separator Hori.1 Dia Length None Enter length Enter length Line Tic Hori.2 Vert.1 Vert.2 Vert.3 Vert.4 Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 44

Punch Block Blocks type 2pairs 3pairs Text Pins type Upper count Lower count Label length 4pairs Enter length 5pairs Blank Seri. Blank Enter start value Enter start value Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 45

Edit 1 MEMO The setting items displayed when you press differ depending on the label type you create. Table Style Frame & Table Layout Left Center Justify Right Frame & Table Table "Table" Off Frame Frame "Frame" Edit menu Layout Outline Char. spacing None Narrow On Normal Wide Font Line swap Normal Style Gray Char. spacing Shadow Border & Line S+O Char. Width Background Bold & Italic Proportional Length Margins Off Orientation Font size Border & Line Strikeout Underline None Border Round brdr Mesh Density Shading Normal Brdr mesh Deep Round mesh Solid Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 46

Edit 2 Char. Width Background Length Smaller Smaller Small None Auto Center Center Edit menu Frame & Table Style Char. spacing Border & Line Char. Width Length Small 1 Wave Set Under Narrow Normal Wide Under Layout 2 Diamond1 3 Diamond2 4 Snow 5 Flower 6 Star 7 Cards Background 8 Arabesq. 9 Mesh Mesh Density Bold & Italic 10Dotted Normal Deep Margins Orientation Bold & Italic Font size Italic Font Normal Line swap Bold B + I Length Length Left Enter length Center Justify Right Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 47

Edit 3 Margins Minimum 1mm Short 4mm Middle 10mm Long 18mm Tape width /3 Tape width Orientation 1Line 4 Lines 1 Line Font size 1/5 to 5/5 Edit menu Layout AB A Frame & Table A B Style B AB AChar. spacing Border & Line Char. Width Auto Background Bold & Italic 2 Lines Length Margins Orientation 5 Lines Font size Line swap 3 Lines 6 Lines Font 7- Lines Font SansS. Roman 2 Lines Manual 1/4 to 4/4 3 Lines Manual 1/4 to 4/4 4 Lines Manual 1/5 to 5/5 5 Lines Manual 1/6 to 6/6 6 Lines Manual 1/3 to 3/3 7- Lines Manual Auto Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 48

Margins MEMO The setting items displayed when you press differ depending on the label type you create. MEMO The setting items displayed when you press differ depending on the label type you create. Margins Minimum 1mm Short 4mm Middle 10mm Long 18mm Tape width /3 Tape width Length Length Length Left Auto Length Center Set Enter length Justify Right Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 49 Serialize Repetition 1 time Serialize Text Enter start value 2 times 3 times 4 times Top Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Repetition 1 time Adv.Seri.Text Enter start value 2 times 3 times 4 times Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists 5 times 10 times Advanced Serialize 5 times 10 times Safety Instructions Part Names and Functions Initializing the Settings

Start Here Cleaning Purpose-based Index 50 Barcode 1 Width Small Medium Large Width Small Medium Large Bar code EAN-8 Width EAN-13 CODE128 Medium CODE39 Large QR CODE ITF CODABAR UPC-A Small Width Ratio Check Digit Small 2.0 UPC-E Medium Large 2.5 3.0 OnOff ECC Level 7%15% 25% 30% EAN-8 Enter barcode information EAN-13 Enter barcode information CODE128 Enter information barcode CODE39 Enter information barcode QR CODE Enter information barcode Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 51 Barcode 2 Width Small Medium Large Ratio 2.0 2.5 3.0 Check Digit ITF OnEnter barcode Off information Bar code EAN-8 Width CODABAR CODE128 Medium Large Ratio Check Digit Small 2.0 2.5 3.0 EAN-13 OnOff Enter information barcode CODE39 QR CODE ITF Width CODABAR UPC-A UPC-A Medium UPC-E Large Small Enter barcode information Width Small UPC-E Medium Enter barcode information Large Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 52

File Local File Save Recall Delete Print End? Clear Clear Text Text Only Text & Setting MEMO The setting items displayed when you press + differ depending on the label type you create. Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Initializing the Settings Frame and Table Lists

Start Here Cleaning Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index 53 Multi print MEMO The setting items displayed when you press + differ depending on the label type you create. Enlarge print Off 2/2 Special print Enlarge print Repeat Copies *3size 3/3 1/4 Tape feed Feed and cut *2size 1/2 *3size 1/2 *4size Print copies Enter print number copies of Mirror print Start print? *2size 1/3 1/3 Mirror print 1/3 On *4size Off4/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 Feed and Cut Tape feed Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 54 Setting 1 Auto cut Half cut On On Off Off Print density Preference -3 to +3 Auto cut Print density Drop stop Drop stop On Die-Cut pos Off Backlight Width pos Language Die-Cut pos -5 to +5 inch:cm Width pos Version Length pos Length pos -5 to +5 Backlight On Off Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 55 Setting 2 Preference Language Dansk Deutsch English Español Français Auto cut Italiano Print density Nederlands Drop stop Norsk Die-Cut pos Português-Br Backlight Português-EU Language Suomi inch:cm Svenska Version Türkçe inch:cm inch cm Top Safety Instructions Specifications Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists 56

Accent A Á À Ã Ä Å Æ Ā Ą Ă C Ç Č Ċ Ć D Đ Ď E É È Ë Ê Œ Æ Ø Ē Ę Ė Ě G Ģ Ġ Ğ H Ħ I Í Ï Î Ì IJ Ī Į İ K Ķ L Ļ Ł Ĺ Ľ L· N Ñ Ň Ņ Ń Ŋ O Ó Ô Œ Õ Ò Ö Ø Ő Ō Ơ P Þ R Ř Ŕ S Š Ś Ş T Ť Ţ Ŧ U Ú Ü Ù Û Ů Ű Ū Ų Ư W Ŵ Y Ý Ÿ Ŷ Z Ž Ż Ź Ȝ a á à â ã ä å æ ā ą ă c ç ć č ċ d ð đ ď e é è ë ê œ æ ē ę ė ě g ģ ġ ğ h ħ i í ï î ì ij ī į ı k ķ l ļ ł ĺ ľ l· n ñ ň ņ ń ŋ ʼn o ó ô œ õ ò ö ø ő ō ơ p þ r ř ŕ s ß š ś ş ŝ t ť ţ ŧ u ú ü ù û ů ű ū ų ư w ŵ y ý ÿ ŷ z ž ż ź ȝ ? ¿ ! ¡ Top Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specifications Specifications Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists 57 Frame and Table Lists Frame Top Safety Instructions 1 15 22 29 36 43 50 57 64 71 8 16 23 30 37 44 51 58 65 72 2 9 10 10 17 17 24 24 31 31 38 38 45 45 52 52 59 59 66 66 73 73 3 3 11 11 11 18 18 18 25 25 25 32 32 32 39 39 39 46 46 46 53 53 53 60 60 60 67 67 67 74 74 74 4 4 4 12 12 12 12 19 19 19 19 26 26 26 26 33 33 33 33 40 40 40 40 47 47 47 47 54 54 54 54 61 61 61 61 68 68 68 68 5 5 5 5 13 13 13 13 13 20 20 20 20 20 27 27 27 27 27 34 34 34 34 34 41 41 41 41 41 48 48 48 48 48 55 55 55 55 55 62 62 62 62 62 69 69 69 69 69 6 6 6 6 6 14 14 14 14 14 14 21 21 21 21 21 21 28 28 28 28 28 28 35 35 35 35 35 35 42 42 42 42 42 42 49 49 49 49 49 49 56 56 56 56 56 56 63 63 63 63 63 63 70 70 70 70 70 70 7 7 7 7 7 7 Specifications Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists

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Frame and Table Lists Die-Cut label ∎ Circle Top Safety Instructions Specifications 1 8 ∎ Oval ∎ Rectangle 1 8 15 ∎ Table 1 1 8 16 2 9 2 9 2 2 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 11 11 11 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 12 12 12 12 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 13 13 13 13 13 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 14 14 14 14 14 14 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Part Names and Functions Start Here Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Cleaning Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Initializing the Settings Purpose-based Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Key Menu Index Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists Frame and Table Lists 60


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