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PDF Content Summary: USER’S MANUAL SRP-275 IMPACT PRINTER All specifications are subjected to change without notice http://www.samsungminiprinters.com SRP-275 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may reproduced, stored in a retrieval, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS. No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS assumed no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. Neither SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs, or expenses incurred by purchaser or third parties as a result of : accident, misuse, or abuse of this product or unauthorized modifications, repairs, or alterations to this product, or (excluding the U.S.) failure to strictly comply with SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS s operating and maintenance instructions. SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS shall not be liable against any damages or problems arising from the use of any options or ant consumable products other than those designated as Original Samsung products or Samsung Approved products by SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Notice The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. Copyright© 2004 SAMSUNG ELECTRO-MECHANICS CO., LTD ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ EMC and Safety standards Applied Product Name : SRP-275 The following standards are applied only to the printers that are so labeled. Europe : CE marking, TUV/GS : EN60950-1; 2001 North America : EMI : FCC Class A Safety standards : UL / C-UL : UL60950-1 National : CB-scheme : IEC 60950-1: 2001 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ WARNING The connection of a non-shielded printer interface cable to this printer will invalidate the EMC standards of this device. You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CE Marking The printer conforms to the following Directive and Norms EMC Directive 89/336/EEC EN55022 Class A : 1998+A1 : 2000 EN55024 : 1998:+A1 : 2001 EN61000-3-2 : 2000 EN61000-3-3 : 1995+A1 : 2001 Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC Safety : EN60950-1 : 2001 Safety precautions ▌In using the present appliance, please keep the following safety regulations in order to prevent any hazard or material damage. WARNING Violating following instructions can cause serious injury or death.

Do not plug in or unplug with your hands wet. Do not bend the cable by force or leave it under any • You can be electrocuted. heavy object. • A damaged cable can cause a fire. Do not pull the cable to unplug. • This can damage the cable, which is the origin of a fire or a breakdown of the printer. Do not plug several products in one multi-outlet. • This can provoke over-heating and a fire. • If the plug is wet or dirty, dry or wipe it before usage. • If the plug does not fit perfectly with the outlet, do not plug in. • Be sure to use only standardized multi-outlets. PROHIBIT Keep the plastic bag out of children’s reach. • If not, a child may put the bag on his head. You must use only the supplied adapter. • It is dangerous to use other adapters. ONLY SUPPLIED ADAPTER

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Do not let water or other foreign objects in the printer. • If this happened, switch off and unplug the printer before calling your dealer. Install the printer on the stable surface. • If the printer falls down, it can be broken and you can hurt yourself. If you observe a strange smoke, odor or noise from the printer, unplug it before taking following measures. • Switch off the printer and unplug the set from the mains. • After the disappearance of the smoke, call your dealer to repair it. Do not use the printer when it is out of order. This can cause a fire or an electrocution. • Switch off and unplug the printer before calling your dealer. Use only approved accessories and do not try to disassemble, repair or remodel it for yourself. • Call your dealer when you need these services. Keep the desiccant out of children’s reach. • If not, they may eat it.

TO UNPLUG PRINTERPROHIBIT

PRINTER DISASSEMBLING PROHIBIT PROHIBITED PRINTER PROHIBIT PRINTER TO UNPLUG PRINTER DEALER WARNING

Violating following instructions can cause serious injury or death. • Do not touch the blade of auto cutter. Table of contents Chapter 1 Setting up the printer 1.1 Unpacking···················································································································· 1-1 1.2 Choosing a place for the printer ················································································· 1-1 1.3 Connecting the cables································································································· 1-2 1.3.1 Connecting the AC adaptor ············································································ 1-2 1.3.2 Connecting the interface cable and drawer kick-out cable···························· 1-2 1.4 Installing the ribbon cassette ······················································································ 1-3 1.5 Installing the paper roll ································································································ 1-4 1.6 Changing the paper width ··························································································· 1-5 1.7 Installing the wall mount (Option) ··············································································· 1-6 1.8 Using the operation panel ··························································································· 1-7 1.9 Self test························································································································ 1-8 Chapter 2 Troubleshooting 2.1 ERROR LED blinking pattern ····················································································· 2-1 2.2 The printer does not start printing··············································································· 2-2 2.3 The printer stops printing ···························································································· 2-3 2.4 You want to check the operation of the printer by itself ············································· 2-3 2.5 Printing is poor ············································································································ 2-4 2.6 You want to check a software program ······································································ 2-4 Chapter 3 Setting the switches 3.1 Setting the DIP Switch ································································································ 3-1 3.1.1 DIP Switch setting for Epson(ESC/POS) mode············································· 3-1 3.1.2 DIP Switch setting for Citizen(iDP 3550) mode ············································· 3-2 3.1.3 DIP Switch setting for Star(SP500) mode······················································ 3-3 3.1.4 Changing the DIP Switch setting···································································· 3-4 3.2 Setting the Memory Switches ····················································································· 3-5 3.2.1 Memory Switch setting for Epson(ESC/POS) mode ····································· 3-5 3.2.2 Memory Switch setting for Star mode ···························································· 3-9 Chapter 4 Control commands list 4.1 Command notation ······································································································ 4-1 4.2 Explanation of term ····································································································· 4-1 4.3 Exception processing ·································································································· 4-2 4.4 Commands for SRP-275 series ·················································································· 4-3 4.4.1 Commands list for EPSON mode (TM-U220)················································ 4-3 4.4.2 Command description for EPSON mode (TM-U220) ···································· 4-4 4.4.3 Commands list for STAR mode (SP500) ····················································· 4-28 4.4.4 Commands list for CITIZEN mode (iDP3550/3551) ···································· 4-30 Chapter 5 Reference information 5.1 Printing specification ··································································································· 5-1 5.2 Paper specifications ···································································································· 5-1 5.3 Ribbon cassette specification ····················································································· 5-1 5.4 Electrical characteristics ····························································································· 5-2 5.5 Reliability ····················································································································· 5-2 5.6 Environment conditions······························································································· 5-2 5.7 Environment conditions······························································································· 5-3 5.8 Opntional features ······································································································· 5-3 Appendix A Code table A.1 Page 0 (PC 437 : USA, Standard Europe(International Character Set : USA))·······A-1 A.2 Page 1 (Katakana)······································································································A-2 A.3 Page 2 (PC850 : Multilingual)·····················································································A-3 A.4 Page 3 (PC860 : Portuguese) ····················································································A-4 A.5 Page 4 (PC863 : Canadian-French)···········································································A-5 A.6 Page 5 (PC865 : Nordic) ····························································································A-6 A.7 Page 16 (WPC1252 : Latin1) ·····················································································A-7 A.8 Page 17 (PC866 : Russian)························································································A-8 A.9 Page 18 (PC852 : Latin2) ···························································································A-9 A.10 Page 19 (PC858 : Euro) ·························································································A-10 A.11 Page 21 (PC862 : Israel) ························································································ A-11 A.12 Page 22 (PC864 : Arabic)·······················································································A-12 A.13 Page 23 (Thai character code 42)··········································································A-13 A.14 Page 24 (WPC1253 : Greek) ·················································································A-14 A.15 Page 25 (WPC1254 : Turkish)················································································A-15 A.16 Page 26 (WPC1257 : Baltic) ··················································································A-16 A.17 Page 27 (Farsi) ·······································································································A-17 A.18 Page 28 (WPC1251 : Russian) ··············································································A-18 A.19 Page 29 (PC737 : Greek)·······················································································A-19 A.20 Page 30 (PC775 : Baltic)························································································A-20 A.21 Page 31 (Thai character code 16)··········································································A-21 A.22 Page 32 (OldCode : Israel)·····················································································A-22 A.23 Page 33 (WPC 1255 : Israel) ·················································································A-23 A.24 Page 34 (Thai character code 11)··········································································A-24 A.25 Page 35 (Thai character code 18)··········································································A-25 A.26 International character code table··········································································A-26 Appendix B Connectors B.1 RS-232C Serial I/F······································································································B-1 B.1.1 RS-232C Serial I/F cable connection ···························································B-1 B.1.2 RS-232C Serial I/F signal descriptions ························································B-1 B.2 IEEE 1284 Parallel I/F ······························································································B-2 B.2.1 IEEE 1284 Parallel I/F signal specification (Compatibility / Nibble / Byte mode)······B-2 B.3 USB I/F ······················································································································B-3 B.3.1 USB I/F signal description ············································································B-3 B.4 Drawer kick-out ·········································································································B-3 B.4.1 Drawer kick-out connection ··········································································B-3 Introduction ▌The SRP-275 is a high-quality impact printer. ▌This one-station printer has the following features. • Compact design and light-weight. • High-speed printing using logic-seeking (5.1LPS). • Easy to use : Easy paper loading. • High reliability and long life due to the use of stepping motors for head carriage return and paper feeding. • Two color printing (red/black) available. • Various formats are possible because the paper feeding pitch is selectable. • High general control utility based on the ESC/POS(TM) standard. • The head can be driven due to the internal drawer interface. • Character font (7x9, 9x9) is selectable. • The auto cutter uses a circular method with a high-quality blade and a long life (Approximately 1,000,000 cuts). • Paper near end Switch is standard. • A internal AC adaptor. • Front view • Rear view

Rear cover Open button DIP Switch cover DIP Switch cover Power connect Front cover Interface Drawer kick-out connector Control panel connect Power switch

NOTES Please be sure to read the instructions in this manual carefully before using your new printer. CHAPTER 1 Setting up the printer ▌1.1 Unpacking Your printer box should include the items shown in the illustration below. If any items are damaged or missing, please contact your dealer. SRP-275A, C AC adaptor Power cord Ribbon cassette Paper roll Quick reference guide User’s manual ▌1.2 Choosing a place for the printer • Avoid locations that are subject to direct sunlight or excessive heat. • Avoid using or storing the printer in a place subject to excessive temperature or moisture. • Do not use or store the printer in a dirty location. • When setting up the printer, choose a stable, horizontal location. • Intense vibration or shock may damage the printer. • Ensure the printer has enough space to be used easily. 1-1 ▌1.3 Connecting the cables ▌1.3.1 Connecting the AC adaptor AC adaptor • Connect the AC adapter according to the following procedure. Power connector 1) Make sure the printer is turned off. 2) Before inserting the AC adaptor, connect the Power cord power cord. 3) Insert the AC adaptor as shown. 4) Plug the AC adapter cable into the printer’s power connector. 5) Plug the power cord into the outlet, and turn on the power. CAUTION Before connecting the printer to the power supply, make sure that the voltage and power specifications match the printer’s requirements. Using an incorrect power supply can cause serious damage to the printer. ▌1.3.2 Connecting the interface cable and drawer kick-out cable Drawer kick-out connector NOTES Connect the printer to the host ECR (host computer) though an interface cable matching the specification of the printer and the host ECR (host computer). Be sure to use a drawer that matches the printer’s specification. Depending on the interface your system uses, either connect the serial, parallel, USB or Ethernet communication cable to the appropriate connector on the back of the printer. Cables are provided by your dealer or system installer. Interface • Connect the cables according to the connector following procedure. 1) Turn off printer and the host ECR (host computer). 2) Plug the interface cable into the interface connector on the printer then fasten the screw on both sides of the connector. Drawer kick-out cable 3) Plug the drawer kick-out cable into the drawer Serial/ Parallel/ USB/ Ethernet Interface cable kick-out connector on the printer. (When removing the drawer kick-out cable, press on the connector’s clip while pulling out.) 1-2 CHAPTER 1 Setting up the printer ▌1.4 Installing the ribbon cassette 1) Before inserting the ribbon cassette, turn the knob clockwise to prevent twisting the ribbon. 2) Open the front cover of printer. 3) Take out the old ribbon cassette if there is one. 4) Insert the new ribbon cassette as shown and pay particular attention to the placement of the ribbon behind the Printer Head. 5) During inserting the ribbon cassette, turn the knob clockwise again to make sure the ribbon moves freely in the cassette. 6) Close front cover of printer. NOTES Malfunctions and other problems may arise if other than specified ribbon cassettes are used in the printer. The Warranty may be void if other than specified ribbon cassettes are used. Contact your dealer or place of purchase for more information about proper ribbon cassettes. 1-3 ▌1.5 Installing the paper roll 1) To prevent data loss, make sure that the printer is not receiving data. 2) Open the rear cover by pushing the open button. 3) Remove the used paper roll core if there is one. 4) Insert the paper roll as shown. 5) Be sure to note the correct direction that the paper should come off the paper roll. 6) Pull out small amount of paper as shown. Then close the cover and tear off the extra paper by pulling it toward the front of the printer. CAUTION Do not touch the auto cutter blade when you open rear cover. 1-4 CHAPTER 1 Setting up the printer 1-5 ▌1.6 Changing the paper width Screw(3x6)(2pieces) Frame paper control 57.5mm 69.5mm 76mm(default) 1) Open the rear cover. 2) Remove the frame paper control by loosing the two screws(3×6). 3) Reattach the frame paper control in you want. (Insert and tighten two screws(3×6) to reattach.) 4) Close the rear cover. 5) Change the Memory Switch setting for changing paper roll width. (See the instructions "Setting the Memory Switches"(3.1) in Chapter 3.) ▌1.7 Installing the wall mount (Option) Bracket hanger Screw(3x5) (4pieces)

Bracket mount Screw(4x10) (8pieces) 1) Turn the Set over and attach the Bracket the eight screws. Be sure that the Bracket

hanger to the Frame base then tighten four screws. 2) Attach the Bracket mount to the wall firmly with attached properly to match the direction of arrow as shown. And the Bracket mount should be always fixed vertically. 3) Insert the Bracket hanger of Set to the Bracket mount as shown. 1-6 CHAPTER 1 Setting up the printer 1-7 ▌1.8 Using the operation panel Most of the functions of this printer are governed by software, but you can monitor the printer s status by looking at the lights on the control panel and for some procedures you will use the buttons. • Control panel - POWER LED (Green Color) This indicator light is on when the power is turned on. It blinks when the printer is in the self test printing standby state. Always wait until this indicator light stops blinking before you start using the printer and before you turn it off. - ERROR LED (Red Color) When this indicator light is on (but not blinking), it means that the printer is out of paper or almost out of paper or the printer covers are open. When this light blinking, there is an error. (See "ERROR LED blinking pattern" (2.1) in Chapter 2.) If you see this light blinking, turn off the printer for a few seconds and then turn it back on. If the light is still blinking, call your supervisor or a service person. - PAPER OUT LED (Red Color) When this indicator light is on, it means that the paper near end. Replace the new paper roll. When ERROR and PAPER OUT indicator lights are on it means paper end. Install the paper roll.(See "Installing paper roll"(1.5)in Chapter 1.) - FEED button Use this button to feed paper or to start self test and for hexadecimal dump mode. (See the instructions "Self test" (1.7) in this chapter for self test.) (See the instructions "Hexadecimal dump" (2.6) in Chapter 2 for hexadecimal dump mode.) ▌1.9 Self test The self test let you know if your printer is operating properly. It checks the printing quality, ROM version, DIP Switch settings, memory switch settings and statistic data. The test is independent of any other equipment or software, so it is a good idea to run it when you first set up the printer or if you have any trouble. If the self test works correctly, the problem is in the other equipment or the software, not the printer. • Running the self test 1) Make sure the printer is turned off and the printer cover is closed properly. 2) While holding down the FEED button, turn on the printer and continue to hold until the paper begins to feed. The self test prints the printer DIP Switch settings and memory switch settings. And cuts the paper and pauses. (The power light blinks.) 3) Press the FEED button to continue printing the statistic data. 4) Press the FEED button to continue printing the rolling ASCII pattern. 5) The self test mode terminates after printing the rolling ASCII pattern automatically. 1-8 CHAPTER 2 Troubleshooting This chapter gives solutions to some printer problems you may have. ▌2.1 ERROR LED blinking pattern The printer stops all printer operations for the selected paper section, goes off line, and the ERROR LED blinks when an error is detected. • Errors that automatically recover Error Description ERROR LED blinking pattern Recovery Rear cover open error (When recoverable Error is selected)(*1) 2-1 Recovers automatically when the rear cover is closed. Print head temperature error(*2) The rear cover is opened when printing 200ms Recovers automatically when the print head cools. NOTES (*1) These conditions are selected by MSW8-5, 8-8. When MSW8-5 (mapping of the cover open status) is off, the error hasn’t occurred but there is a “paper end error” instead. If MSW8-8 is off, this error is handled as an automatically recoverable error. (*2) Print head temperature error is not abnormal. • Recoverable errors When a recoverable error occurs, after the cause of the error is removed, the printer can recover from the error by receiving an error recovery command without turning off the power. Error Description ERROR LED blinking pattern Recovery Rear cover open error (*1) The temperature of the print head is extremely high. 200ms Recovers automatically when the rear cover is closed. Auto cutter error (Type C only) The rear cover is opened when printing. The auto cutter does not work correctly. Recovers by error recovery command. Home position detection error (This is “Mechanical error”) The home position cannot be detected due to a paper jam. Recovers by error recovery command. NOTES (*1) These conditions are selected by MSW8-5, 8-8. When MSW8-5 (mapping of the cover open status) is off, the error hasn’t occurred but there is a “paper end error” instead. If MSW8-8 is off, this error is handled as an automatically recoverable error. • Errors that are impossible to recover Error Description ERROR LED blinking pattern Recovery R/W error in memory or gate array After R/W checking, the printer does not work correctly. Writing to, reading out, or erasing the NV memory for image scanning results does not work correctly. Recovers automatically when the rear cover is closed. High voltage error The power supply voltage is extremely high. Impossible to recover. Low voltage error The power supply voltage is extremely low. Impossible to recover. CPU execution error 200ms The CPU executes an incorrect address or I/F board is not connected. Impossible to recover. NOTES If you see this light blinking, turn off the printer for a few seconds and then turn it back on. If the light is still blinking, call your supervisor or a service person. ▌2.2 The printer does not start printing • Are any of the operation panel lights on, If no operation panel lights are on, check the following: - Make sure that the printer is turned on. - Make sure that the power supply cable is correctly plugged into the printer and to the power outlet. • If any of the lights are on, please check the following: - If the POWER LED is blinking, the printer is not ready yet. Wait until the light quits blinking and the printer is ready to use. - If the ERROR LED is on (but not blinking), the printer is off line. Check to see that the covers are closed and check the paper state. See "Installing paper roll" (1.5) in Chapter 1 for instructions on installing or replacing the paper roll. - If the ERROR LED is blinking, there is an error. In this case, turn off the printer for a few seconds and then turn it back on. If the light is still blinking, call your supervisor or service person. - If the PAPER OUT LED is on, check the paper roll in the printer. See "Installing paper roll" (1.5) in Chapter 1 for instruction on installing the paper roll. Impossible to recover. Print head temperature detection circuit error. There is an abnormality is the print head temperature. 2-2 CHAPTER 2 Troubleshooting 2-3 ▌2.3 The printer stops printing • If the ERROR LED is on (but not blinking), the printer is off line. Check to see that the covers are closed and check the paper state. See "Installing paper roll"(1.5) in Chapter 1 for instructions on installing or replacing the paper roll. • If the ERROR LED is blinking, there is an error. In this case, turn off the printer for a few seconds and then turn it back on. If the LED is still blinking, call your supervisor or a service person. • Turn off the printer and check for a paper jam. To clear paper jam, follow the steps below: 1) Turn off the printer and open the rear cover of the printer. 2) Remove the jammed paper and reload the paper roll as described in Chapter 1. 3) Close the rear cover. 4) Turn on the printer. ▌2.4 You want to check the operation of the printer by itself • Self test Try to run the self test to check that the printer works properly. See the self test instructions in Chapter 1 to run the self test. If the self test does not work, contact your supervisor or a service person. If the self test works properly, check the following: 1) Check the connection at both ends of the interface cable between the printer and the computer. Also make sure that this cable meets the specifications for both the printer and the computer. 2) The data transmission settings may be different between the printer and computer. Make sure that the printer’s DIP Switch settings for data transmission are the same as the computer’s. You can see the printer’s interface settings on your self test printout. NOTES If the printer still does not print, contact your dealer or a qualified service person. ▌2.5 Printing is poor Check the state of ribbon cassette. If the ribbon cassette life ends, replace the ribbon cassette as described in Chapter 1. NOTES If the printer is still poor, contact your dealer or a qualified service person. ▌2.6 You want to check a software program • Hexadecimal dump This feature allows experienced users to see exactly what data is coming to the printer. This can be useful in finding software problems. When you turn on the hexadecimal dump function, the printer prints all commands and other data in hexadecimal format along with a guide section to help you find specific commands. • To use the hexadecimal dump feature, follow these steps: 1) After you make sure that the printer is off, open the rear cover of the printer. 2) Hold down the FEED button while you turn on the printer. 3) Close the rear cover. 4) Run any software program that sends data to the printer. The printer prints "Hexadecimal dump" and then all the codes are received in a two column format. The first column contains the hexadecimal codes and the second column gives the ASCII characters that correspond to the codes. Hexadecimal Dump To terminate hexadecimal dump Press FEED button three times 1B 21 00 1B 26 02 40 40 . ! . . & . @ @ 1B 25 01 1B 63 34 00 1B . % . . c 4 . . 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 A B C D E F G H <Online Hex Dump Completed> (A period(.) is printed for each code that has no ASCII equivalent.) 5) When the printing finishes, turn off the printer. 2-4 CHAPTER 3 Setting the switches 3-1 ▌3.1 Setting the DIP Switch Although the factory settings are best for almost all users, if you have special requirements, you can change the DIP Switch. Your printer has two sets of DIP Switches. The functions of the switches are shown in the following table. ▌3.1.1 DIP Switch setting for Epson(ESC/POS) mode • DIP Switch 1 Switch Function ON OFF Default 1-1 1-2 Emulation Selection (*1) Refer to the following table OFF 1-3 Auto cutter Enable Disable OFF 1-4 BUSY condition Receive buffer full Receive buffer full or Offline OFF 1-5 Serial interface selection Memory Switch DIP Switch OFF 1-6 Print NV bit image #1 after cutting Enable Disable OFF 1-7 Near end switch Enable Disable OFF 1-8 Print column 42/35 40/33 OFF • DIP Switch 2 (RS232C serial interface model) Switch Function ON OFF Default 2-1 Data receive error Ignore Print “?” OFF 2-2 Reserved OFF 2-3 Hand shaking XON/XOFF DTR/DSR OFF 2-4 Word length 7 bits 8 bits OFF 2-5 Parity check Enable Disable OFF 2-6 Parity selection EVEN ODD OFF 2-7 OFF 2-8 Baud rate selection (*2) Refer to the following table OFF • DIP Switch 2 (Parallel interface model) Switch Function ON OFF Default 2-1 Auto Line Feed Enable Disable OFF 2-2~8 Undefined OFF NOTES (*1) Emulation Selection (DSW 1-1 and 1-2) Emulation 1-1 1-2 EPSON OFF OFF STAR OFF ON CITIZEN ON OFF EPSON-KP ON ON - EPSON-KP(EPSON Kitchen Printer mode) : A alarm is generated by printer after auto cutting and in paper end error. (*2) Baud rate selection (Transmission speed) Transmission 2-7 2-8 2400 baud ON ON 4800 baud OFF ON 9600 baud OFF OFF 19200 baud ON OFF ▌3.1.2 DIP Switch setting for Citizen(iDP 3550) mode • DIP Switch 1 Switch Function ON OFF Default 1-1 1-2 Emulation Selection (*1) Refer to the following table OFF 1-3 Auto cutter Enable Disable OFF 1-4 CBM command CBM2 mode (iDP3530 system) CBM1 mode (iDP3540 system) OFF 1-5 1-6 1-7 International characters (*2) Refer to the following table ON 1-8 CR mode CR CR+LF OFF • DIP Switch 2 (RS232C serial interface model) Switch Function ON OFF Default 2-1 Word length 8 bits 7 bits ON 2-2 Parity check Disable Enable ON 2-3 Parity selection ODD EVEN ON 2-4 Hand shaking DTR/DSR XON/XOFF ON 2-5 2-6 Baud rate selection (*3) Refer to the following table OFF 2-7 Near end switch Enable Disable OFF 2-8 Mechanism type Graphic Character OFF NOTES (*1) Emulation Selection (DSW 1-1 and 1-2) Emulation 1-1 1-2 EPSON OFF OFF STAR OFF ON CITIZEN ON OFF EPSON-KP ON ON - EPSON-KP(EPSON Kitchen Printer mode) : A alarm is generated by printer after auto cutting and in paper end error. (*2) International Character Selection Country No. DSW 1-5 DSW 1-6 DSW 1-7 Code page U.S.A. ON ON ON Page 0 (PC437 : U.S.A.) France OFF ON ON Germany ON OFF ON U.K. OFF OFF ON Page 2 (PC850 : Multilingual) Denmark ON Sweden OFF ON ON OFF OFF Page 5 (PC865 : Nordic) Italy ON OFF OFF Page 2 (PC850 : Multilingual) Windows Code OFF OFF OFF Windows Code (*3) Baud rate selection (Transmission speed) Transmission 2-5 2-6 2400 baud ON ON 4800 baud OFF ON 9600 baud OFF OFF 19200 baud ON OFF 3-2 CHAPTER 3 Setting the switches ▌3.1.3 DIP Switch setting for Star(SP500) mode • DIP Switch 1 Switch Function ON OFF Default 1-1 1-2 Emulation Selection (*1) Refer to the following table OFF 1-3 Auto cutter Enable Disable OFF 1-4 Black/Red Printing Enable Disable OFF 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 3-3 Reserved OFF • DIP Switch 2 (RS232C serial interface model) Switch Function ON OFF Default 2-1 2-2 Reserved OFF 2-3 Hand shaking XON/XOFF DTR/DSR OFF 2-4 Word length 7 bits 8 bits OFF 2-5 Parity check Enable Disable OFF 2-6 Parity selection EVEN ODD OFF 2-7 2-8 Baud rate selection (*2) Refer to the following table OFF OFF NOTES (*1) Emulation Selection (DSW 1-1 and 1-2) Emulation 1-1 1-2 EPSON OFF OFF STAR OFF ON CITIZEN ON OFF EPSON-KP ON ON - EPSON-KP(EPSON Kitchen Printer mode) : A alarm is generated by printer after auto cutting and in paper end error. (*2) Baud rate selection (Transmission speed) Transmission 2-7 2-8 2400 baud ON ON 4800 baud OFF ON 9600 baud OFF OFF 19200 baud ON OFF NOTICE Change in DIP Switch settings are recognized only when the printer power is turned on or when the printer is reset by using the interface. If the DIP Switch setting is changed after the printer power is turned on, the change does not take effect until the printer is turned on again or is reset. ▌3.1.4 Changing the DIP Switch setting If you need to change settings, follow the steps below to make your changes. CAUTION Turn off the printer before removing the DIP Switch cover to prevent an electric short, which can damage the printer. 1) Make sure the printer is turned off. 2) Remove the screw from the DIP Switch cover. Then take off the DIP Switch cover, which is shown in the illustration below. 3) Set the switches using a pointed tool, such as tweezers or a small. 4) Replace the DIP Switch cover. Then secure it with the screw. NOTES The new settings take effect when you turn on the printer. 3-4 CHAPTER 3 Setting the switches 3-5 ▌3.2 Setting the Memory Switches ▌3.2.1 Memory Switch setting for Epson(ESC/POS) mode This printer has “Memory Switch” set which is software switches. Memory Switch set has “MSW 2”, “MSW 8”, “Customize value”, “Serial communication condition”. “Memory Switch setting utility” can change the Memory Switch set to ON or OFF as shown in the table below (default: all OFF): NOTES The Memory Switch is available to be changed by three methods: - Memory Switch setting utility - Memory Switch setup mode (there are limitations on what can be changed) - Control from ESC/POS command - Some Memory Switch settings can be changed by the “Memory Switch setting mode”. See “Procedure of Memory Switch setting”. Settings of the Memory Switch are stored in the NV memory; therefore, even if the printer is turned off, the settings are maintained. When you replace a SRP-270 with a SRP-275, you should adjust the MSW 8-5 to OFF. • Memory Switch 2 Switch Function On Off 1 Reserved - Fixed to Off 2 Reserved - Fixed to Off 3 Reserved for Chinese selection - Fixed to Off 4~8 Code page selection (*1) Refer to the following table NOTES Desired code page can be selected using Memory Switch 2-4~8 by setting as following. (*1) Code page selection MSW 2-8 MSW 2-7 MSW 2-6 MSW 2-5 MSW 2-4 Character Table 0 0 0 0 0 Page 0 (PC437 : U.S.A.) 0 0 0 0 1 Page 1 (Katakana) 0 0 0 1 0 Page 2 (PC850 : Multilingual) 0 0 0 1 1 Page 3 (PC860 : Portuguese) 0 0 1 0 0 Page 4 (PC863 : Canadian-French) 0 0 1 0 1 Page 5 (PC865 : Nordic) 0 0 1 1 0 Page 16 (WPC1252 : Latin1) 0 0 1 1 1 Page 17 (PC866 : Russian) 0 1 0 0 0 Page 18 (PC852 : Latin2) 0 1 0 0 1 Page 19 (PC858 : Euro) 0 1 0 1 0 Page 21 (PC862 : Israel) 0 1 0 1 1 Page 22 (PC864 : Arabic) 0 1 1 0 0 Page 23 (Thai character code 42) 0 1 1 0 1 Page 24 (WPC1253 : Greek) 0 1 1 1 0 Page 25 (WPC1254 : Turkish) 0 1 1 1 1 Page 26 (WPC1257 : Baltic) 1 0 0 0 0 Page 27 (Farsi) (*2) 1 0 0 0 1 Page 28 (WPC1251 : Russian) (*2) 1 0 0 1 0 Page 29 (PC737 : Greek) (*2) 1 0 0 1 1 Page 30 (PC775 : Baltic) (*2) 1 0 1 0 0 Page 31 (Thai character code 16) 1 0 1 0 1 Page 32 (OldCode : Israel) 1 0 1 1 0 Page 33 (WPC1255 : Israel) 1 0 1 1 1 Page 34 (Thai character code 11) 1 1 0 0 0 Page 35 (Thai character code 18) (*2) Only Font B available. • Memory Switch 8 Switch Function On Off 1 2 3 4 Reserved - Fixed to Off 5 Selection of the cover open status Cover open Paper end 6 Reserved - Fixed to Off 7 Receive buffer full release Remaining 522 bytes Remaining 640 bytes 8 Printer (Cover open during operation) Errors that can possibly recover Errors that automatically recover NOTES MSW 8-5: When Off is selected, a bit of the “paper end sensor” in each status that is transmitted from the printer is changed every time the rear cover is open or closed. When On is selected, a bit of the “rear cover open / close" in each status that is transmitted from the printer is changed every time the rear cover is open or closed. When you replace a SRP-270 with a SRP-275, you should adjust the MSW 8-5 to Off. MSW 8-8: When Off is selected, a bit of the “automatic recoverable error” in each status that is transmitted from the printer is changed every time the rear cover is open. When On is selected, a bit of the “mechanical error” in each status that is transmitted from the printer is changed every time the rear cover is open. The setting of MSW 8-5 and 8-8 can be set by “Memory Switch setup mode”. • Customize value Function Selectable value Paper roll width 57.5 mm / 69.5 mm / 76 mm (default value) NOTES These setting can be set by “Memory Switch setup mode.” • Serial communication Function Selectable value baud rate 2400 bps 9600 bps 4800 bps 19200 bps Parity None Even Odd - Handshake DSR/DTR XON/XOFF Data length 7 bit 8 bit NOTES There are two methods, DIP Switch and Memory Switch, to adjust the serial communication conditions. DIP Switch 1-5 selects which is effective, DIP Switch or Memory Switch. To enable the “Serial communication“ setting, you have to adjust the “Serial interface selection“ function of DIP Switch 1-5 to “Memory Switch”. These settings can be set by “Memory Switch setup mode”. 3-6 CHAPTER 3 Setting the switches • Memory Switch Setup Mode The following items are specified in the Memory Switch setup mode: Basic Serial communication condition (Serial communication) - Transmission speed - Parity - Handshaking - Data length Receive buffer full release condition (MSW 8-7) Paper roll width (Customize value) Cover open status (MSW 8-5) NOTES All new settings will be lost if the power supply is turned off in the Memory Switch setup mode. Be sure to follow the proper procedure, and turn the power off at the correct time. Use the following procedure to start the Memory Switch setup mode. 1) Open the rear cover. 2) Turn the power on while pressing the paper FEED button. 3) Press the FEED button twice while POWER, ERROR, and PAPER OUT LEDs are lit. 4) Close the cover. The printer prints the enabled settings of the Memory Switches and instructions. 5) Follow the instructions to process the switch setup. NOTES In the Memory Switch setup, the power LED may be flashing. • Example of Memory Switch setup sheet Memory S/W Setup

You can choose desired item using YES or NO as following YES: Keep pressing FEED button Until printing starts NO : Press & release it swiftly Serial interface setting Do you want to change Serial interface condition? Buffer full release condition Current condition: 640 bytes left Do you want to change Buffer full release condition? 3-7 Paper width Current paper width: 76.0 mm Do you want to change paper width? Cover open status

Current status: Paper out Do you want to change cover open status? • Procedure of Memory Switch setting Entering Memory Switch Setting Mode NO 1 Resetting Basic Serial Interface? YES Baud rate Current setting: 9600 bps 19200bps 4800bps 2400bps NO NONO NO NO YES YES NONONONONONO NO Handshake Parity Data bit Current Current Current YES setting: DSR/DTR setting: Nonsetting: 8 bitsYES XON/XOFF Even 7 bits YES Odd YESNO 3 Resetting Paper width? Current setting: 76 mm 57mm 4 Resetting Cover open status? Current setting: Paper out Cover open NO YES 2 Resetting Buffer full release condition? Current setting: 640 bytes YESFinishing Memory S/W Setting Mode? Finishing Memory S/W Setting Mode? 69.5 mm YES YES YES NO Finishing Memory S/W Setting Mode? YES YES 522 bytes NO YES YESYESNO YES NO YES NO YES YES Memory S/W Setting Completed 3-8 CHAPTER 3 Setting the switches 3-9 ▌3.2.2 Memory Switch setting for Star mode • Settings Memory Switches are from MSW 0 to MSW 8. They are stored in non-volatile memory (flash memory). To change the settings, send the following commands from the host. [Name] Set Memory Switch [Code] ASCII ESC GS # m N n1 n2 n3 n4 LF NUL Hexadecimal 1B 1D 23 m N n1 n2 n3 n4 0A 00 Decimal 27 29 35 m N n1 n2 n3 n4 10 0 [Defined Region] m = "W", "T", ",", "+", "-", "@" "0" ≤ N,n1,n2,n3,n4 ≤ "9", "A" ≤ N,n1,n2,n3,n4 ≤ "F" [Function] Sends command to write after defining Memory Switch using the definition command specified by the following classes to set the Memory Switch. The printer is automatically reset after writing the setting defined by that command to the non-volatile memory. Do not turn off the power to the printer while sending commands to the non volatile memory. Doing so will destroy the Memory Switch setting. It is also possible for all Memory Switch settings to become offset to their initial, default settings. Consider the life of the non-volatile memory and avoid over-use of this command. Function Class m N n1 n2 n3 n4 Data Definition (Data Specification) Definition "," N n1 n2 n3 n4 Data definition (set specified bit) Definition "+" N n1 n2 n3 n4 Data definition (clear specified bit) Definition "-" N n1 n2 n3 n4 Data Definition (clear all data) Definition "@" Fixed at "0" Fixed at "0000" Definition data write and reset Write "W" Fixed at "0" Fixed at "0000" Definition data write and reset and test print Write "T" Fixed at "0" Fixed at "0000" (Ex) Memory Switch 1-8 = 0; Memory Switch 2-7 = 1: Memory Switch 2-A =1 for a test print: PRINT #1, CHR$(&H1B);CHR$(&H1D);CHR$(&H23);CHR$(&H2D);CHR$(&H31); ' <ESC><GS> # - 1 PRINT #1, CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H31);CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H0A);CHR$(0); ' 0100 <LF><NUL> PRINT #1, CHR$(&H1B);CHR$(&H1D);CHR$(&H23);CHR$(&H2B);CHR$(&H32); ' <ESC><GS> # + 2 PRINT #1, CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H34);CHR$(&H38);CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H0A);CHR$(0); ' 0480 <LF><NUL> PRINT #1, CHR$(&H1B);CHR$(&H1D);CHR$(&H23);CHR$(&H54);CHR$(&H30); ' <ESC><GS> # T 0 PRINT #1, CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H30);CHR$(&H0A);CHR$(&H0); ' 0000 <LF><NUL> • Default Settings The default settings for Memory Switch 0 to Memory Switch 8 are shown below. Settings vary for single byte character countries (standard specifications (SBCS)) and for double-byte character countries (Chinese character specifications (DBCS)). - Standard Specifications (SBCS) Memory Switch Number Ex-factory Settings (n1, n2, n3, n4) MSW 0 "0000" MSW 1 "0000" MSW 2 "0000" MSW 3 "0000" MSW 4 "0000" MSW 5 "0000" MSW 6 "0000" MSW 7 "0000" MSW 8 "0000" - Chinese character specifications (DBCS) (For China) Memory Switch Number Ex-factory Settings (n1, n2, n3, n4) MSW 0 "0010" MSW 1 "0000" MSW 2 "0000" MSW 3 "0000" MSW 4 "0000" MSW 5 "0000" MSW 6 "0000" MSW 7 "0000" MSW 8 "0000" 3-10 CHAPTER 3 Setting the switches • Function - Memory Switch 0 Bit Function 0 1 F~C Reserved B~A Red and Black (inverted black and white) Commands (*3) Refer to the following table 9~5 Reserved 4 Country Specifications (*1) SBCS (Single Byte countries) 3-11 DBCS (Double Byte countries) 3~2 <FF> Command (*2) Refer to the following table 1~0 Reserved NOTES (*1) Country Specifications Country MSW 0-4 = 0 MSW 0-4 = 1 Overseas Standard Specifications Chinese Characters (*2) <FF> Command Function Selection MSW 0-3 MSW 0-2 <FF> Command Function <FF> Command Function Auto cutter model Tear Bar Model (SRP-275A type) 0 0 Executes a form feed. Executes a form feed. 0 1 After paper fed to cutting position executes partial cut (*3) Paper fed to the tear-bar position 1 0 Executes a form feed. Executes a form feed. 1 1 After paper fed to cutting position executes partial cut (*3) Paper fed to the tear-bar position (*3) Red and Black (inverted black and white) Commands MSW 0-B MSW 0-A <ESC> 4 / <ESC> 5 Command Functions 0 0 White/black inverted printing (1 Pass) 0 1 <Option 1> White/black inversion (7 × 9 font print) + enhancing (2 passes) 1 0 <Option 2> Upper line + Underline + enhancing (2 passes) 1 1 <Option 3> Upper line + Underline + double tall expanded + enhancing (4 passes) This setting functions to specify adornments when the subsequent red (white/black inversion) print command is set. It is a substitute function for the conventional red/black (white/black inversion) printing. <ESC> “4”: Red (white/black inversion) printing <ESC> “5”: Red (white/black inversion) printing cancelled. When using <ESC> 5 to cancel adornments, it returns to the previously set adornments. (Adornments such as underline, upper line, double-tall expanded and enhancing are cancelled if there is no command to set them (for example the <ESC> “-” 1 specification for underlines).) This setting is enabled only for ANK characters and block characters. It is disabled for IBM block characters and Chinese characters composed of 12 dot vertical characters (IBM block characters and Chinese characters do not have adornment with this command). - Precautions for selecting Option 1. 1) Prints white/black inverted characters using 7 × 9 fonts regardless of the current font size setting. 2) Inserts a one dot string of black printing to the head of the white/black inverted characters. 3) Printing data created on a conventional red/black printer, using 1 and 2 above, there are cases in which the printing position will shift to the right and a line of printable characters reduced. (For example, to write 42 digits of red print data using conventional a 7 × 9 font, there is a line feed at the 35th digit, and the remaining 7 digits are printed on the next line.) 4) Download defined characters defined with 7 × 9 fonts are printed regardless of the current font setting (7×9/9×9). 5) MSW 3-6 must not be set to 1 (ANK character count = many). (This will cause a while line to appear between characters.) - Precautions for selecting Option 2 and Option 3. 1) Do not apply an upper line or an underline to characters when rotating 90 or 270 degrees. - Memory Switch 1 Bit Function 0 1 F Reserved E~5 4 Zero style Normal Slash zero 3~0 International Characters (*1) Refer to the following table NOTES (*1) International Characters Default Value Settings MSW1-3 MSW1-2 MSW1-1 MSW1-0 International Characters 0 0 0 0 U.S.A 0 0 0 1 France 0 0 1 0 Germany 0 0 1 1 U.K. 0 1 0 0 Denmark1 0 1 0 1 Sweden 0 1 1 0 Italy 0 1 1 1 Spain1 1 0 0 0 Japan 1 0 0 1 Norway 1 0 1 0 Denmark2 - Memory Switch 2 Bit Function 0 1 F Reserved E How to recover to print ready after inserting paper Press FEED. Auto-recovery D~C Reserved B Printing region width (*1) Refer to the following table A Paper width selection (*1) Refer to the following table 9~4 3 Contextual auto-cut function (*2) Disabled Enabled 2 1~0 Near end switch function (*3) Refer to the following table NOTES (*1) Print Region Width (MSW 2-B)/Paper Width (MSW 2-A) Selection MSW 2-B MSW 2-A Printing Region Width Paper Width 0 0 400 half dots 76mm 0 1 300 half dots 57.5mm 1 0 385 half dots 76mm 1 1 297 half dots 57.5mm (*2) Contextual Auto-cut Function This function auto-cuts paper when a paper feed command that feeds continuously over 7/6 inch. Hosts that cannot send an escape sequence, such as <ESC> “d” 0 can cut paper if a 1/6 inch line feed code <LF> is sent seven times. (*3) Near end switch Function When an near end switch is mounted, settings should abide by those shown in the table below. MSW 2-1 MSW 2-0 Near end switch Function 0 0 Disabled 0 1 Disabled 1 0 Reflects the near end switch state to the status. Printing does not stop for near end, and the printer does not go offline. 1 1 Reflects the near end switch state to the status. Printing does stop for near end, and the printer goes offline. 3-12 CHAPTER 3 Setting the switches - Memory Switch 3 Bit Function 0 1 F~D C~8 Character Table (*2) Refer to the following table 7~2 1~0 <CR> Command Functions (*1) Refer to the following table NOTES (*1) <CR> Command Functions MSW3-1 MSW3-0 <CR> Functions 0 0 Ignored 0 1 Ignored 1 0 Prints and performs a line feed (same as <LF>.) 1 1 Prints (No line feed) (*2) Character Table Settings These settings are enabled only on standard specification printers. MSW3-C MSW3-B MSW3-A MSW3-9 MSW3-8 Character Table 0 0 0 0 0 Page 0 (PC437 : U.S.A.) 0 0 0 0 1 Page 1 (Katakana) 0 0 0 1 0 Page 2 (PC850 : Multilingual) 0 0 0 1 1 Page 3 (PC860 : Portuguese) 0 0 1 0 0 Page 4 (PC863 : Canadian-French) 0 0 1 0 1 Page 5 (PC865 : Nordic) 0 0 1 1 0 Page 16 (WPC1252 : Latin1) 0 0 1 1 1 Page 17 (PC866 : Russian) 0 1 0 0 0 Page 18 (PC852 : Latin2) 0 1 0 0 1 Page 19 (PC858 : Euro) 0 1 0 1 0 Page 21 (PC862 : Israel) 0 1 0 1 1 Page 22 (PC864 : Arabic) 0 1 1 0 0 Page 23 (Thai character code 42) 0 1 1 0 1 Page 24 (WPC1253 : Greek) 0 1 1 1 0 Page 25 (WPC1254 : Turkish) 0 1 1 1 1 Page 26 (WPC1257 : Baltic) 1 0 0 0 0 Page 27 (Farsi) (*3) 1 0 0 0 1 Page 28 (WPC1251 : Russian) (*3) 1 0 0 1 0 Page 29 (PC737 : Greek) (*3) 0 0 0 1 1 Page 30 (PC775 : Baltic) (*3) 1 0 1 0 0 Page 31 (Thai character code 16) 1 0 1 0 1 Page 32 (OldCode : Israel) 1 0 1 1 0 Page 33 (WPC1255 : Israel) 1 0 1 1 1 Page 34 (Thai character code 11) 1 1 0 0 0 Page 35 (Thai character code 18) (*3) Only Font B available. 3-13 - Memory Switch 4 Bit Function 0 1 F~9 8 Automatic Status Function Disabled Enabled 7~4 3 ESC RS a n command function Only Setting Auto-status sent only once 2~1 0 Data reception error (serial) Prints “?” Ignored - Memory Switch 5 Bit Function 0 1 F~0 Reserved - Memory Switch 6 Bit Function 0 1 F~A 9 BUSY Condition Reception Buffer or Offline Reception Buffer Full 8~0 - Memory Switch 7 Bit Function 0 1 F~0 Reserved 3-14 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list ▌4.1 Command notation XXXX [Name] The name of the command. [Format] The code sequence. [Range] Gives the allowable ranges for the arguments. [Description] Describes the command’s function. [Notes] Provides important information on setting and using the printer command, if necessary. Item(s) marked with * indicates "important notice". [Default] Gives the default values (if any) for the command arguments. [Reference] Lists related commands. ASCII indicates the ASCII equivalents. Hex indicates the hexadecimal equivalents. Decimal indicates the decimal equivalents. [ ] k indicates the contents of the [ ] should be repeated k times. ▌4.2 Explanation of term Item Description Reception buffer 4-1 The reception buffer is a buffer that stores, as is, the data received from the host (the reception data). The reception data is stored in the reception buffer temporarily, and is then processed sequentially. Print buffer The print buffer is a buffer that stores the image data to be printed. Print buffer full This is the state where the print buffer is full. If new print data is input while the print buffer is full, the data in the print buffer is printed out and a line feed is executed. This is the same operation as the LF operation. Start of line The start of line state satisfies the following condition: There is no print data (including spaces and portions of data skipped due to HT) currently in the print buffer. Printable area The maximum range within which printing is possible under the printer specifications. Inch A unit of length. One inch is 25.4mm. MSB Most Significant Bit LSB Least Significant Bit ▌4.3 Exception processing • Undefined codes This term refers to the codes ranging from 00H to 1FH in the character code table. If a code in this range that is not defined as a command is input, that code (one byte) is read in and discarded, and subsequent data is processed as normal data. Example : 30H, 31H, 03H, 32H, 0AH, 33H If the above data string is input, the printer reads in and discards "03H" as an undefined code. Note that 0AH is defined as a command (LF). As a result, the data string that is actually processed is: 30H, 31H, 32H, 0AH, 33H • Undefined commands If the data following ESC (1BH) or GS (1DH) is not defined as a command, then the two bytes (ESC/GS and the code that follows) are read in and discarded. Example : 30H, 1BH, 22H, 31H, 32H If the above data string is input, the printer discards the data 1BH and 22H as undefined commands. As a result, the data string that is actually processed is: 30H, 31H, 32H • Settings outside the defined range If a value outside of the defined range is input for a command that takes parameters, that command is ignored and the previous value for that setting remains unchanged. In the case of a command that takes multiple parameters, command processing is halted the moment that a value outside of the defined range is input and subsequent values are processed as normal data. Example : 1BH, 52H, 15H If the above data string is input, 1BH and 52H are defined as a command (ESC R), but the parameter 15H is outside of the defined range. As a result, the printer reads in and discards the data string 1BH, 52H, 15H. Accordingly, the previously set international character set is not changed. 4-2 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-3 ▌4.4 Commands for SRP-275 series ▌4.4.1 Commands list for EPSON mode (TM-U220) No. Command Description Hex 1 HT Horizontal tab 09 2 LF Print and line feed 0A 3 CR Print and carriage return 0D 4 DLE EOT Real-time status transmission 10 04 5 DLE ENQ Real-time request to printer 10 05 6 DLE DC4(fn = 1) Generate pulse at real-time 10 14 7 ESC SP Set right-side character spacing 1B 20 8 ESC ! Select print mode(s) 1B 21 9 ESC % Select/cancel user-defined character set 1B 25 10 ESC & Define user-defined characters 1B 26 11 ESC * Select bit-image mode 1B 2A 12 ESC – Turn underline mode on/off 1B 2D 13 ESC 2 Select default line spacing 1B 32 14 ESC 3 Set line spacing 1B 33 15 ESC < Return home 1B 3C 16 ESC = Select peripheral device 1B 3D 17 ESC ? Cancel user-defined characters 1B 3F 18 ESC @ Initialize printer 1B 40 19 ESC D Set horizontal tab positions 1B 44 20 ESC E Turn emphasized mode on/off 1B 45 21 ESC G Turn double-strike mode on/off 1B 47 22 ESC J Print and feed paper 1B 4A 23 ESC K Print and reverse feed 1B 4B 24 ESC M Select character font 1B 4D 25 ESC R Select an international character set 1B 52 26 ESC U Turn unidirectional printing mode on/off 1B 55 27 ESC a Select justification 1B 61 28 ESC c 3 Select paper sensor(s) to output paper end signals 1B 63 33 29 ESC c 4 Select paper sensor(s) to stop printing 1B 63 34 30 ESC c 5 Enable/disable panel buttons 1B 63 35 31 ESC d Print and feed n lines 1B 64 32 ESC e Print and reverse feed n lines 1B 65 33 ESC g Start macro record (For logo) 1B 67 00 34 ESC g<n> Execute macro (For logo) 1B 67 <n> 35 ESC i Partial cut (one point left uncut) 1B 69 36 ESC m Partial cut (one point left uncut) 1B 6D 37 ESC p Generate pulse 1B 70 38 ESC r Select print color 1B 72 39 ESC t Select character code table 1B 74 40 ESC u Transmit peripheral device status 1B 75 41 ESC v Transmit paper sensor status 1B 76 42 ESC { Turn upside-down printing mode on/off 1B 7B 43 FS p Print NV bit image 1C 70 44 FS q Define NV bit image 1C 71 45 GS ( A Execute test print 1D 28 41 46 GS ( C Edit NV user memory 1D 28 43 47 GS ( D Enable/disable real-time command 1D 28 44 48 GS ( E User setup commands 1D 28 45 49 GS I Transmit printer ID 1D 49 50 GS V Select cut mode and cut paper 1D 56 51 GS a Enable/disable Automatic Status Back (ASB) 1D 61 52 GS r Transmit status 1D 72 ▌4.4.2 Command description for EPSON mode (TM-U220) HT [Name] Horizontal tab [Format] ASCII HT Hex 09 Decimal 9 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] Moves the printing position to the next horizontal tab. LF [Name] Print and line feed [Format] ASCII LF Hex 0A Decimal 10 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds one line. CR [Name] Print and carriage return [Format] ASCII CR Hex 0D Decimal 13 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] When auto line feed is enabled(DSW 2-1) (Only available with Parallel Interface) When auto line feed is disabled Executes printing and one line feed as LF Prints data in print buffer and does not feed the paper 4-4 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-5 DLE EOT [Name] Real-time status transmission [Format] ASCII DLE EOT n Hex 10 04 n Decimal 16 4 n [Range] 1 ≤ n ≤ 4 [Description] Transmits 1 byte of status data specified in real time, using n as follows: n Function 1 Transmit printer status 2 Transmit offline status 3 Transmit error status 4 Transmit paper sensor status [Notes] • Printer status (n = 1) is as follows: Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 0 0 00 0. Not used. Fixed to Off 1 1 02 2 Not used. Fixed to On 0 00 0 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is LOW 2 1 04 4 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is HIGH 0 00 0 Online 3 1 08 8 Offline 4 1 10 16 Not used. Fixed to On 5 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off 6 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off 7 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off • Offline status (n = 2) is as follows: Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 0 0 00 0. Not used. Fixed to Off 1 1 02 2 Not used. Fixed to On 0 00 0 Cover is closed 2 1 04 4 Cover is open 0 00 0 Paper is not being fed by the paper feed button 3 1 08 8 Paper is being fed by the paper feed button 4 1 10 16 Not used. Fixed to On 0 00 0 No paper end stop 5 1 20 32 Printing stops due to a paper end 0 00 0 No error 6 1 04 4 Error occurred 7 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off • Error status (n = 3) is as follows: Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 0 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off 1 1 02 2 Not used. Fixed to On 0 00 0 No mechanical error 2 1 04 4 Mechanical error occurred 0 00 0 No auto cutter error 3 1 08 8 Auto cutter error occurred 4 1 10 16 Not used. Fixed to On 0 00 0 No unrecoverable error 5 1 20 32 Unrecoverable error occurred 0 00 0 No auto-recoverable error 6 1 04 4 Auto-recoverable error occurred 7 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off • Paper sensor status (n = 4) is as follows: Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 0 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off 1 1 02 2 Not used. Fixed to On 00 00 0 Paper near end sensor: paper adequate 2,3 11 0C 12 Paper near end sensor: paper near end 4 1 10 16 Not used. Fixed to On 00 00 0 Paper end sensor: paper present 5,6 11 60 96 Paper end sensor: paper not present 7 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off DLE ENQ [Name] Real-time request to printer [Format] ASCII DLE ENQ n Hex 10 05 n Decimal 16 5 n [Range] n = 2 [Default] None [Description] Recovers from an error after clearing the receive and print buffers. DLE DC4 (fn = 1) [Name] Generate pulse at real-time [Format] ASCII DLE DC4 n m t Hex 10 14 n m t Decimal 16 20 n m t [Range] n = 1 m = 0, 1 1 ≤ t ≤ 8 [Description] Outputs the pulse specified by t to connector pin m as follows in real time: m Connector pin 0 Drawer kick-out connector pin 2 1 Drawer kick-out connector pin 5 The pulse ON time is [t x100 ms] and the OFF time is [t x100 ms] ESC SP [Name] Set right-side character spacing [Format] ASCII ESC SP n Hex 1B 20 n Decimal 27 32 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Sets the right-side character spacing to nx(horizontal or vertical motion unit). ESC ! [Name] Select print mode(s) [Format] ASCII ESC ! n Hex 1B 21 n Decimal 27 33 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 1 [Description] Selects or cancels print modes collectively (emphasized, double-height, double-width, underline) using n as follows: Bit On/Off Hex Decimal Function Off 00 Character font A(9x9)selected 0 On 01 Character font B(7x9) selected 1,2 - - - Undefined Off 00 0 Emphasized mode not selected 3 On 08 8 Emphasized mode selected Off 00 0 Double-height mode not selected 4 On 10 16 Double-height mode selected Off 00 0 Double-width mode not selected 5 On 20 32 Double-width mode selected 6 Off - - Undefined Off 00 0 Underline mode not selected 7 On 80 128 Underline mode selected 4-6 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list ESC % [Name] Select/cancel user-defined character set [Format] ASCII ESC % n Hex 1B 25 n Decimal 27 37 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Selects or cancels the user-defined character set. - When the LSB of n is 0, the user-defined character set is canceled. - When the LSB of n is 1, the user-defined character set is selected. ESC & [Name] Define user-defined characters [Format] ASCII ESC & y c1 c2 [x1 d1 ... d(yxx1)]... [xk d1 ... d(yxxk)] Hex 1B 26 y c1 c2 [x1 d1 ... d(yxx1)]... [xk d1 ... d(yxxk)] Decimal 27 38 y c1 c2 [x1 d1 ... d(yxx1)]... [xk d1 ... d(yxxk)] [Range] y = 2 32 ≤ c1 ≤ c2 ≤ 126 0 ≤ x ≤ 12 (Font A (9 x 9)) 0 ≤ x ≤ 10 (Font B (7 x 9)) 0 ≤ d ≤ 255 k = c2 – c1 + 1 [Default] None [Description] Defines user-defined characters from character code check c1 to c2. - y specifies the number of bytes in the vertical direction. - x specifies the number of dots in the horizontal direction. - d is the dot data for the user-defined characters. [Notes] • The relationship between the definition data and printing result is as follows. Example: Downloaded character definition consists of 9x7 dots. d1 d3 d5 d7 d9 d11 d13 4-7 MSB LSB d2 d4 d6 d8 d10 d12 d14 MSB LSB ESC * [Name] Select bit-image mode [Format] ASCII ESC * m nL nH d1 ... dk Hex 1B 2A m nL nH d1 ... dk Decimal 27 42 m nL nH d1 ... dk [Range] m = 0, 1 0 ≤ nL ≤ 255 0 ≤ nH ≤ 3 0 ≤ d ≤ 255 k = nL + nH x 255 [Default] None [Description] Selects a bit-image mode using m for the number of dots specified by (nL + nH x 256) as follows: m Mode Number of bits for vertical data Dot density in horizontal Amount of data (k) 0 8-dot single-density 8 Single-density nL + nH x 256 1 8-dot double-density 8 Double-density nL + nH x 256 [Notes] • The relationship between the bit image data and the print result is as follows. 8 dot mode (m = 0,1) d1 d2 ᆞᆞᆞ dk MSB LSB • The modes selectable by m are as follows: Horizontal Vertical m Mode dot Maximum number of dots DSW1-8: ON DSW 1-8: OFF density Dot density Set adjacent dots Paper Width: 76/ 69.5/ 57.5 (mm) Paper Width: 76/ 69.5/ 57.5 (mm) 0 8-dot single-density 72 dpi 80 dpi Permitted 192/ 180/ 148 200/ 180/ 150 1 8-dot double-density 72 dpi 160 dpi Prohibited 385/ 360/ 297 400/ 360/ 300 ESC - [Name] Turn underline mode on/off [Format] ASCII ESC – n Hex 1B 2D n Decimal 27 45 n [Range] n = 0, 1, 48, 49 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Turns underline mode on or off using n as follows: n Function 0, 48 Turns off underline mode 1, 49 Turns on underline mode (1-dot thick) 2, 50 Turns on underline mode (1-dot thick) 4-8 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-9 ESC 2 [Name] Select default line spacing [Format] ASCII ESC 2 Hex 1B 32 Decimal 27 50 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] Sets the line spacing to the “default line spacing.” ESC 3 [Name] Set line spacing [Format] ASCII ESC 3 n Hex 1B 33 n Decimal 27 51 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] Amount of line spacing which corresponds to “default line spacing.” (See ESC 2 for the default line spacing.) [Description] Sets the line spacing to n x (vertical or horizontal motion unit). ESC < [Name] Return home [Format] ASCII ESC < Hex 1B 3C Decimal 27 60 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] Moves the print head to the standby position. ESC = [Name] Select peripheral device [Format] ASCII ESC = n Hex 1B 3D n Decimal 27 61 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 1 [Description] Selects the device to which the host computer sends data, using n as follows: n Function 1 Enables the printer 2 Disables the printer 3 Enables the printer ESC ? [Name] Cancel user-defined characters [Format] ASCII ESC ? n Hex 1B 3F n Decimal 27 63 n [Range] 32 ≤ n ≤ 126 [Default] None [Description] Cancels the user-defined characters defined for the character code n. ESC @ [Name] Initialize printer [Format] ASCII ESC @ Hex 1B 40 Decimal 27 64 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] The data in the print buffer is cleared, and the printer mode(s) is reset to the mode that was in effect when the power was turned on. - Any macro definitions are not cleared. - Contents of user NV memory are not cleared. - NV bit image is not cleared. ESC D [Name] Set horizontal tab positions [Format] ASCII ESC D n1 ... nk NULS Hex 1B 44 n1 ... nk 00 Decimal 27 68 n1 ... nk 0 [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 0 ≤ k ≤ 32 [Default] n = 8, 16, 24, 32, ... (Every eight characters for the default font set by ESC ! or ESC M) [Description] Sets a horizontal tab to n columns from the beginning of the line. - k indicates the number of horizontal tab positions to be set. ESC E [Name] Turn emphasized mode on/off [Format] ASCII ESC E n Hex 1B 45 n Decimal 27 69 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Turns emphasized mode on or off. - When the LSB of n is 0, emphasized mode is turned off. - When the LSB of n is 1, emphasized mode is turned on. ESC G [Name] Turn double-strike mode on/off [Format] ASCII ESC G n Hex 1B 47 n Decimal 27 71 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Turns double-strike mode on or off. - When the LSB of n is 0, double-strike mode is turned off. - When the LSB of n is 1, double-strike mode is turned on. 4-10 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-11 ESC J [Name] Print and feed paper [Format] ASCII ESC J n Hex 1B 4A n Decimal 27 74 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] None [Description] Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds the paper n x (vertical or horizontal motion unit). ESC K [Name] Print and reverse feed [Format] ASCII ESC K n Hex 1B 4B n Decimal 27 75 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 24 [Default] None [Description] Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds the paper n x (vertical motion unit) in the reverse direction. ESC M [Name] Select character font [Format] ASCII ESC M n Hex 1B 4D n Decimal 27 77 n [Range] n = 0, 1, 48, 49 [Default] n = 1 [Description] Selects a character font, using n as follows: n Font 0, 48 Font A (9x9) 1, 49 Font B (7x9) ESC R [Name] Select an international character set [Format] ASCII ESC R n Hex 1B 52 n Decimal 27 82 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 10 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Selects an international character set n as follows: n Country 0 U.S.A. 1 France 2 Germany 3 U.K. 4 Denmark I 5 Sweden 6 Italy 7 Spain I 8 Japan 9 Norway 10 Denmark II ESC U [Name] Turn unidirectional printing mode on/off [Format] ASCII ESC U n Hex 1B 55 n Decimal 27 85 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Turns unidirectional printing mode on or off. - When the LSB of n is 0, unidirectional printing mode is turned off. - When the LSB of n is 1, unidirectional printing mode is turned on. ESC a [Name] Select justification [Format] ASCII ESC a n Hex 1B 61 n Decimal 27 97 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 2, 48 ≤ n ≤ 50 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Aligns all the data in one line to a specified position, using n as follows: n Justification 0, 48 Left justification 1, 49 Centering 2, 50 Right justification ESC c 3 [Name] Select paper sensor(s) to output paper end signals [Format] ASCII ESC c 3 n Hex 1B 63 33 n Decimal 27 99 51 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 15 [Description] Selects whether to output paper end signals to a parallel interface or not when a paper end is detected by the sensor selected, using n as follows: Bit On/Off Hex Decimal Function Off 00 0 Paper near end sensor disabled. 0 On 01 1 Paper near end sensor enabled. Off 00 0 Paper near end sensor disabled. 1 On 02 2 Paper near end sensor enabled. Off 00 0 Paper end sensor disabled. 2 On 04 4 Paper end sensor enabled. Off 00 0 Paper end sensor disabled. 3 On 08 8 Paper end sensor enabled. 4-7 - - - Undefined 4-12 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-13 ESC c 4 [Name] Select paper sensor(s) to stop printing [Format] ASCII ESC c 4 n Hex 1B 63 34 n Decimal 27 99 52 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Selects whether to stop printing or not when the paper runs out using n as follows: Bit Off/On Hex Decimal Function Off 00 0 Paper near end sensor disabled. 0 On 01 1 Paper near end sensor enabled. Off 00 0 Paper near end sensor disabled. 1 On 02 2 Paper near end sensor enabled. 2-7 - - - Undefined ESC c 5 [Name] Enable/disable panel buttons [Format] ASCII ESC c 5 n Hex 1B 63 35 n Decimal 27 99 53 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Enables or disables the panel buttons. - When the LSB of n is 0, all buttons are enabled. - When the LSB of n is 1, all buttons are disabled. ESC d [Name] Print and feed n lines [Format] ASCII ESC d n Hex 1B 64 n Decimal 27 100 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] None [Description] Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds n lines. ESC e [Name] Print and reverse feed n lines [Format] ASCII ESC e n Hex 1B 65 n Decimal 27 101 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 1 [Default] None [Description] Prints the data in the print buffer and feeds n lines in the reverse direction. ESC g [Name] Start macro record [Format] ASCII ESC g 0 <k> [<nH > <nL> ]k [d1...dm]k Hex 1B 67 00 <k> [<nH > <nL> ]k [d1...dm]k Decimal 27 103 0 <k> [<nH > <nL> ]k [d1...dm]k [Range] k ≤ 10 0 ≤ nL ≤ 255 0 ≤ nH ≤ 255 [(256× nH) + nL ]1 + .....+ [(256× nH) + nL ]k < 2Mbit (256KB) 0 ≤ d ≤ 255 [Description] Start macro definition (Define logo) - k = the number of total macro index - (256× nH) + nL = the Length of each macro - m = (256× nH) + nL [Notes] The SRP-275 Printer maintains a 2M bit (256KB) section of flash memory to save NV bit image. • This command is useful to define NV bit image (Logo). • The NV bit image is printed by ESC g n. ESC g <n> [Name] Execute Macro [Format] ASCII ESC g n Hex 1B 67 n Decimal 27 103 n [Range] 1 ≤ n ≤ 10 [Description] Execute macro using the parameter by n. [Notes] • n = Macro index number. • The NV bit image is defined by ESC g. ESC i [Name] Partial cut (one point left uncut) [Format] ASCII ESC i Hex 1B 69 Decimal 27 105 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] Executes a partial cut of the paper with one point left uncut. ESC m [Name] Partial cut (one point left uncut) [Format] ASCII ESC i Hex 1B 69 Decimal 27 105 [Range] None [Default] None [Description] Executes a partial cut of the paper with one point left uncut. 4-14 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-15 ESC p [Name] Generate pulse [Format] ASCII ESC p m t1 t2 Hex 1B 70 m t1 t2 Decimal 27 112 m t1 t2 [Range] m = 0, 1, 48, 49 1 ≤ t1 ≤ 255 1 ≤ t2 ≤ 255 [Default] None [Description] Outputs the pulse specified by t1 and t2 to the specified connector pin m as follows: m Connector Pin 0 Drawer kick-out connector pin 2 1 Drawer kick-out connector pin 5 - The pulse for ON time is (t1 x 2msec) and for OFF time is (t2 x 2 msec). [Notes] • If t2 < t1, the OFF time is equal to the ON time. • If t2 < 50, t2 is supposed to be 50. ESC r [Name] Select print color [Format] ASCII ESC r n Hex 1B 72 n Decimal 27 114 n [Range] n = 0, 1, 48, 49 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Selects a print color, using n as follows: n Selected color 0, 48 Black 1, 49 Red ESC t [Name] Select character code table [Format] ASCII ESC t n Hex 1B 74 n Decimal 27 116 n [Range] n = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Selects a page n from the character code table. n Page 0 Page 0 (PC437 : U.S.A.) 1 Page 1 (Katakana) 2 Page 2 (PC850 : Multilingual) 3 Page 3 (PC860 : Portuguese) 4 Page 4 (PC863 : Canadian-French) 5 Page 5 (PC865 : Nordic) 16 Page 16 (WPC1252 : Latin1) 17 Page 17 (PC866 : Russian) 18 Page 18 (PC852 : Latin2) 19 Page 19 (PC858 : Euro) 21 Page 21 (PC862 : Israel) 22 Page 22 (PC864 : Arabic) 23 Page 23 (Thai character code 42) 24 Page 24 (WPC1253 : Greek) 25 Page 25 (WPC1254 : Turkish) 26 Page 26 (WPC1257 : Baltic) 27 Page 27 (Farsi) (*1) 28 Page 28 (WPC1251 : Russian) (*1) 29 Page 29 (PC737 : Greek) (*1) 30 Page 30 (PC775 : Baltic) (*1) 31 Page 31 (Thai character code 16) 32 Page 32 (OldCode : Israel) 33 Page 33 (WPC1255 : Israel) 34 Page 34 (Thai character code 11) 35 Page 35 (Thai character code 18) ESC u [Name] Transmit peripheral device status [Format] ASCII ESC u n Hex 1B 75 n Decimal 27 117 n [Range] n = 0, 48 [Description] Transmits the peripheral device status of 1 byte. [Notes] • The peripheral device status to be transmitted is as follows: Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 0 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is LOW. 0 1 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is HIGH. 1-3 - - - Undefined. 4 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 5,6 - - - Undefined. 7 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. ESC v [Name] Transmit paper sensor status [Format] ASCII ESC v Hex 1B 76 Decimal 27 118 [Description] Transmits the status of paper sensor(s) as 1 byte of data. [Notes] • The paper sensor status to be transmitted is as follows: Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 00 00 0 Paper near end sensor: paper adequate. 0,1 11 03 3 Paper near end sensor: paper near end. 00 00 00 Paper end sensor: paper present. 2,3 11 0C 12 Paper end sensor: paper not present. 4 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 5,6 - - - Undefined. 7 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. ESC { [Name] Turn upside-down printing mode on/off [Format] ASCII ESC { n Hex 1B 7B n Decimal 27 123 n [Range] 1 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] n = 0 [Description] Turns upside-down printing mode on or off. - When the LSB of n is 0, upside-down printing mode is turned off. - When the LSB of n is 1, upside-down printing mode is turned on. 4-16 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-17 FS p [Name] Print NV bit image [Format] ASCII FS p n m Hex 1C 70 n m Decimal 28 112 n m [Range] 1 ≤ n ≤ 255 m = 0, 1, 48, 49 [Description] Prints a NV bit image n using the mode specified by m. m Mode Scaling for horizontal Scaling for vertical 0, 48 Normal x 1 x 1 1, 49 Double-width x 2 x 1 FS q [Name] Define NV bit image [Format] ASCII FS q n [xL xH yL yH d1...dk]1...[xL xH yL yH d1...dk]n Hex 1C 71 n [xL xH yL yH d1...dk]1...[xL xH yL yH d1...dk]n Decimal 28 113 n [xL xH yL yH d1...dk]1...[xL xH yL yH d1...dk]n [Range] 1 ≤ n ≤ 255 1 ≤ (xL + xH x256) ≤ 1023( 0 ≤ xL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ xH ≤ 3) 1 ≤ (yL + yH x256) ≤ 288( 0 ≤ yL ≤ 255, yH = 0.1) 1 ≤ d ≤ 255 k = ( xL + xH x 256) x ( yL + yH x 256) x 8 Total defined data area is 256 KB [Description] Defines NV bit image specified. - n specifies the number of defined NV bit images. - xL, xH specifies ( xL + xH x 256) bytes in the horizontal direction for the NV bit image you defined. - yL, yH specifies ( yL + yH x 256) bytes in the vertical direction for the NV bit image you defined. - d specifies the definition data for the NV bit image. - k indicates the number of the definition data. k is a parameter for an explanation; therefore, it does not need to be transmitted. GS ( A [Name] Execute test print [Format] ASCII GS ( A pL pH n m Hex 1D 28 41 02 00 n m Decimal 29 40 65 2 0 n m [Range] 1 ≤ m ≤ 3, 49 ≤ m ≤ 3 [Description] Executes a specified test print. - pL and pH specify the number of parameters following n to (pL + pH x 256) bytes. - n specifies paper used for the test print as follows: n Paper 0, 48 Basic sheet (paper roll) 1, 49 2, 50 Paper roll - m specifies a type of the test print as follows: m Type 1, 49 Hexadecimal dump 2, 50 Printer status printing 3, 51 Rolling pattern GS ( C [Name] Edit NV user memory [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b [c1, c2] [d1...dk] Hex 1D 28 43 pL pH m fn b [c1, c2] [d1...dk] Decimal 29 40 67 pL pH m fn b [c1, c2] [d1...dk] [Description] Deletes, stores, and transmits data in the NV user memory area based on the functions defined in the table below. Also sends status information for the amount of space used in NV RAM and the amount of space still available. - The function code (fn) specifies the function. fn Function Description 0, 48 Function 0 Deletes specified record 1, 49 Function 1 Stores data in specified record 2, 50 Function 2 Sends data stored in specified record 3, 51 Function 3 Sends capacity currently being used 4, 52 Function 4 Sends available capacity 5, 53 Function 5 Transmits the key code of the record stored in the NV user memory 6, 54 Function 6 Cancels all records stored in the NV user memory - pL and pH specify the bytes following parameter pH (m and [a1 b1] ... [ak bk]) as (pL + (pH x 256)). - The other parameters are explained under each of the functions. GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 <Function 0> [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 Hex 1D 28 43 05 00 00 fn 00 c1 c2 Decimal 29 40 67 5 0 0 fn 0 c1 c2 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 5 (pL = 5, pH = 0) m = 0 fn = 0, 48 b = 0 32 ≤ c1 ≤ 126 32 ≤ c2 ≤ 126 [Description] Deletes the specified record stored in the NV user memory. The deleted area becomes an “unused” area available for storage. GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 d1...dk <Function 1> [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 d1...dk Hex 1D 28 43 pL pH 00 fn 00 c1 c2 d1...dk Decimal 29 40 67 pL pH 0 fn 0 c1 c2 d1...dk [Range] 6 ≤(pL + pH x 256) ≤65535 (0≤ pL ≤255, 0≤ pH ≤255) m = 0 fn = 1, 49 b = 0 32 ≤ c1 ≤ 126 32 ≤ c2 ≤ 126 32 ≤ d ≤ 254 k = (pL + pH x 256) -5 [Description] Stores data (d1... dk) in the record specified by parameters c1 and c2 (the key code ID numbers). - When the specified record already exists, the data is overwritten. - A terminator is automatically assigned. 4-18 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-19 GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 <Function 2> [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b c1 c2 Hex 1D 28 43 05 00 00 fn 00 c1 c2 Decimal 29 40 67 5 0 0 fn 0 c1 c2 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 5 (pL = 5, pH = 0) m = 0 fn = 2, 50 b = 0 32 ≤ c1 ≤ 126 32 ≤ c2 ≤ 126 [Description] Transmits the data for the record with the ID code specified by parameters c1, c2 in the NV user memory. - ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol is required for this function. GS ( C pL pH m fn b <Function 3> [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b Hex 1D 28 43 03 00 00 fn 00 Decimal 29 40 67 3 0 0 fn 0 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 3 (pL = 3, pH = 0) m = 0 fn = 3, 51 b = 0 [Description] The printer sends the host the number of data bytes currently used in the NV memory area. - ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol is not required for this function. GS ( C pL pH m fn b <Function 4> [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b Hex 1D 28 43 03 00 00 fn 00 Decimal 29 40 67 3 0 0 fn 0 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 3 (pL = 3, pH = 0) m = 0 fn = 4, 52 b = 0 [Description] The printer sends the available NV user memory. - ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol is not required for this function. GS ( C pL pH m fn b <Function 5> [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b Hex 1D 28 43 03 00 00 fn 00 Decimal 29 40 67 3 0 0 fn 0 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 3 (pL = 3, pH = 0) m = 0 fn = 5, 53 b = 0 [Description] Transmits the key code ID for the record stored in the NV user memory. - ESC/POS Handshaking Protocol is required for this function. GS ( C pL pH m fn b d1 d2 d3 <Function 6> [Format] ASCII GS ( C pL pH m fn b d1 d2 d3 Hex 1D 28 43 06 00 00 fn 00 43 4C 52 Decimal 29 40 67 6 0 0 fn 0 67 76 82 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 6 (pL = 6, pH = 0) m = 0 fn = 6, 54 b = 0 d1 = 67 d2 = 76 d3 = 82 [Description] The printer deletes all records stored in the NV user memory. - All area is changed to unused area. GS ( D [Name] Enable/disable real-time command [Format] ASCII GS ( D pL pH m [a1 b1]...[ak bk] Hex 1D 28 44 pL pH 14 [a1 b1]...[ak bk] Decimal 29 40 68 pL pH 20 [a1 b1]...[ak bk] [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 3, 5 (pL = 3, 5, pH = 0) m = 20 a = 1 b = 0, 1, 48, 49 [Default] a = 1/ b = 1 (DLE DC4 fn m t ( n = 1): enable) [Description] Specifies enable or disable of a real-time command. - pL, pH sets the number of parameters after pH (m and [a1 b1]...[ak bk]) to (pL + pH x 256) bytes. - a specifies the type of real-time command. - b specifies enable/disable of real-time command processing. a b Real-time command type 0, 48 Disable DLE DC4 n m t ( n = 1): output a specified pulse in real-time (It does not process) 1 1, 49 Enable DLE DC4 n m t ( n = 1): output a specified pulse in real-time (It does process) DLE DC4 n m t (n=1): output a specified pulse in real-time. GS ( E [Name] User setup commands [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn [parameters] Hex 1D 28 45 pL pH fn [parameters] Decimal 29 40 69 pL pH fn [parameters] [Description] Controls the user setting modes. The table below explains the functions available in this command. - The value of fn specifies the function. fn Function 1 Function1 Changes into the user setting mode 2 Function2 Ends user setting mode session. (Performs a software reset.) 3 Function3 Changes the Memory Switch 4 Function4 Transmits the host the value for the Memory Switch 5 Function5 Changes the customized setting values 6 Function6 Transmits the customized setting values 11 Function11 Sets communication condition of serial interface 12 Function12 Transmits communication condition of serial interface - pL and pH specify the number of bytes for the parameters following pH (fn and [a1 b1] ... [ak bk]) as(pL + pH x 256). 4-20 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-21 GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 <Function 1> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 Hex 1D 28 45 03 00 01 49 4E Decimal 29 40 69 3 0 1 73 78 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 3 (pL = 3, pH = 0) fn = 1 d1 = 73 d2 = 78 [Description] This command changes the printer into the user setting mode. GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 d3 <Function 2> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn d1 d2 d3 Hex 1D 28 45 04 00 02 4F 55 54 Decimal 29 40 69 4 0 2 79 85 84 [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 4 (pL = 4, pH = 0) fn = 2 d1 = 79 d2 = 85 d3 = 84 [Description] Ends the user setting mode, and the printer performs a software reset. GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 b18...b11]...[ak nk8 nk1] <Function 3> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 b18...b11]...[ak nk8 nk1] Hex 1D 28 45 pL pH 03 [a1 b18...b11]...[ak nk8 nk1] Decimal 29 40 69 pL pH 3 [a1 b18...b11]...[ak nk8 nk1] [Range] a = 2, 8 [Default] All Memory Switches are OFF (b = 48). [Description] Changes the Memory Switch specified by a to the value specified by b. - When b = 48, the Memory Switch is set to OFF. - When b = 49, the Memory Switch is set to ON. - When b = 50, does not change the Memory Switch. • When a = 2, Memory Switch 2 is set as follows: MSW Setting value ( b) Function 2-1 to 2-8 48 Reserved • When a = 8, Memory Switch 8 is set as follows: MSW Setting value ( b) Function 8-1 to 8-4 48 Reserved 48 The printer status is sent back as “the paper end” when the rear cover is opened. 8-5 49 The printer status is sent back “the rear cover open” when the rear cover is opened. 8-6 48 Reserved: Fixed to OFF (Don’t change the setting) 48 Printer BUSY is released when the remaining capacity of the receive buffer goes to 640 bytes. 8-7 49 Printer BUSY is released when the remaining capacity of the receive buffer goes to 522 bytes. 48 Printer rear cover open during operation: Error that automatically recovers. 8-8 49 Printer rear cover open during operation: Error that can possibly recover. - Setting of MSW 8-5 affects the statuses as follows: • Basic ASB status (See “GS a” command) • Real-time status (See “DLE EOT” command) GS ( E pL pH fn a <Function 4> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn a Hex 1D 28 45 02 00 04 a Decimal 29 40 69 2 0 4 a [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 2 (pL = 2, pH = 0) fn = 4 a = 2, 8 [Description] The printer transmits the host the value for the Memory Switch specified by parameter a. GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 n1L n1H]...[ak nkL nkH] <Function 5> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn [a1 n1L n1H] ... [ak nkL nkH] Hex 1D 28 45 pL pH 05 [a1 n1L n1H] ... [ak nkL nkH] Decimal 29 40 69 pL pH 5 [a1 n1L n1H] ... [ak nkL nkH] [Range] 4 ≤ (pL + pH x 256) ≤ 65533 (0 ≤ pL ≤ 255, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255: (pL + pH x 256) = 3 x k + 1) fn = 5 1 ≤ k ≤ 21844 a = 3 nL + nH x 256 = 2, 4, 5 (nL = 2, 4, 5, nH = 0) [Default] (nL + nH x 256) = 5 (nL = 5, nH = 0) [default value when a = 3] [Description] Changes the customized value specified by parameter a to (nL + nH x 256). a Type of customized value 3 Paper width [Notes] • Paper width settings (a = 3) (nL + nH x 256) Paper width 2 57.5mm (2.26 inch) 4 69.5 mm (2.74 inch) 5 76 mm (3.00 inch) GS ( E pL pH fn a <Function 6> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn a Hex 1D 28 45 02 00 06 a Decimal 29 40 69 2 0 6 a [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 2 (pL = 2, pH = 0) fn = 6 a = 3 [Description] The printer transmits to the host the customized value for the NV memory area specified by parameter a. a Type of customized value 3 Paper width 4-22 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-23 GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk <Function 11> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn a d1...dk Hex 1D 28 45 pL pH 0B a d1...dk Decimal 29 40 69 pL pH 11 a d1...dk [Range] 3 ≤ (pL + pH x 256) ≤ 8 (3 ≤ pL ≤ 8, 0 ≤ pH ≤ 255) fn = 11 1 ≤ a ≤ 4 48 ≤ d ≤ 57 [a = 1] 48 ≤ d ≤ 50 [a = 2] d = 48, 49 [a = 3] d = 55, 56 [a = 4] 1 ≤ k ≤ 6 [Default] d1...dk = "9600" [a = 1] d = 48 [a = 2] d = 48 [a = 3] d = 56 [a = 4] [Description] Changes the condition of the serial interface defined by a. a Item 1 Baud rate 2 Parity 3 Flow control 4 Bit length - Baud rate (a = 1) is specified by number. Example: When defining 19200 bps: 5 bytes as “19200” (Hexadecimal = 31H, 39H, 32H, 30H, 30H / Decimal= 49, 57, 50, 48, 48) - Parity (a = 2) is specified by d as follows: d Function 48 Select no parity 49 Select odd parity 50 Select even parity - Flow control (a = 3) is specified by d as follows: d Function 48 Select Flow control of DTR/DSR 49 Select Flow control of XON/XOFF - Bit length (a = 4) is specified by d as follows: d Function 55 Select 7 bits length 56 Select 8 bits length GS ( E pL pH fn a <Function 12> [Format] ASCII GS ( E pL pH fn a Hex 1D 28 45 pL pH 0B a Decimal 29 40 69 pL pH 11 a [Range] (pL + pH x 256) = 2 (pL = 2, pH = 0) fn = 12 1 ≤ a ≤ 4 [Description] Transmits the setting value of the serial interface communication condition specified by a. [Notes] • This function works in user setting mode and during normal operation. • This function transmits “Header to NUL” as follows: a Communication condition 1 Baud rate 2 Parity 3 Flow control 4 Bit length GS I [Name] Transmit printer ID [Format] ASCII GS I n Hex 1D 49 n Decimal 29 73 n [Range] 1 ≤ n ≤ 3, 49 ≤ n ≤ 51, 65 ≤ n ≤ 68, n = 33 [Default] None [Description] Transmits 1 byte of printer ID which is specified by n as follows: n Printer ID Specification 1, 49 Printer model ID Printer model 2, 50 Type ID Printer type 3, 51 Version ID Firmware version Transmits printer information A (common information), using n as follows: n Printer ID Specification 33 Type information Supported functions Transmits printer information B (common information), using n as follows: n Printer ID Specification 65 Firmware version Firmware version 66 Maker name BIXOLON 67 Printer model Printer model 68 Serial No Serial No of the printer GS V [Name] Select cut mode and cut paper [Format] Function A ASCII GS V m Hex 1D 56 m Decimal 29 86 m Function B ASCII GS V m n Hex 1D 56 m n Decimal 29 86 m n [Range] Function A m = 0, 1, 48, 49 Function B m = 65, 66; 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] None [Description] Select a paper cutting mode using m and then cut the paper, as follows: m Function 0,48 Executes a full cut (cuts the paper completely). <A> 1,49 Executes a partial cut (one point left uncut). 65 Feeds paper to (cutting position + n × vertical motion unit) and executes a partial cut(one point left uncut). <B> 66 Feeds paper to (cutting position + n × vertical motion unit) and executes a partial cut(one point left uncut). [Note for <A>] • If an auto cutter is not provided, this command is ignored. [Notes for <B>] • When n = 0, the printer feeds the paper to the cutting position and cuts it. • If an auto cutter is not provided, the printer only feeds the paper for specified amount. • Vertical motion unit is used for calculating a paper feed amount. 4-24 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-25 GS a [Name] Enable/disable Automatic Status Back (ASB) [Format] ASCII GS a n Hex 1D 61 n Decimal 29 97 n [Range] 0 ≤ n ≤ 255 [Default] When DIP Switch or Memory Switch (BUSY condition) is Off: n = 0 When DIP Switch or Memory Switch (BUSY condition) is On: n = 2 [Description] Enables or disables basic ASB (Automatic Status Back) and specifies the status items to include, using n as follows: Bit On/Off Hex Decimal Status for ASB Off 00 0 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 status disabled. 0 On 01 1 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 status enabled. Off 00 0 On-line/off-line disabled. 1 On 02 2 On-line/off-line enabled Off 00 0 Error status disabled. 2 On 04 4 Error status enabled. Off 00 0 Paper sensor status disabled. 3 On 08 8 Paper sensor status enabled. 4 - - - Undefined. 5 - - - Undefined. 6 - - - Undefined. 7 - - - Undefined. [Notes] • Basic ASB status is 4-byte configuration [first byte - fourth byte]. • The status to be transmitted are as follows: • First byte (printer information) Bit On/Off Hex Decimal Function 0 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 1 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. Off 00 0 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is LOW. 2 On 04 4 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is HIGH. Off 00 0 On-line. 3 On 08 8 Off-line. 4 On 10 16 Not used. Fixed to On. Off 00 0 Rear cover is close 5 On 20 32 Rear cover is open Off 00 0 Paper is not being fed by the paper feed button. 6 On 40 64 Paper is being fed by the paper feed button. 7 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. • Second byte (printer information) Bit On/Off Hex Decimal Function 0 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 1 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. Off 00 0 No mechanical error. 2 On 04 4 Mechanical error. Off 00 0 No auto cutter error. 3 On 08 8 Auto cutter error occurred. 4 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. Off 00 0 No unrecoverable error. 5 On 20 32 Unrecoverable error. Off 00 0 No automatically recoverable error. 6 On 40 64 Automatically recoverable error occurred. 7 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. • Third byte (paper sensor information) Bit On/Off Hex Decimal Function Off 00 0 Paper near end sensor: paper adequate. 0,1 On 03 3 Paper near end sensor: paper near end. Off 00 0 Paper end sensor: paper present. 2,3 On 0C 12 Paper end sensor: no paper present. 4 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 5 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 6 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 7 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. • Forth byte Bit On/Off Hex Decimal Function 0 On 01 1 Not used. Fixed to On. 1 On 02 2 Not used. Fixed to On. 2 On 04 4 Not used. Fixed to On. 3 On 08 8 Not used. Fixed to On. 4 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 5 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 6 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 7 Off 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 4-26 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-27 GS r [Name] Transmit status [Format] ASCII GS r n Hex 1D 72 n Decimal 29 114 n [Range] n = 1, 2, 49, 50 [Description] Transmits 1 byte of status data using n as follows: n Function 1, 49 Transmits paper sensor status 2, 50 Transmits drawer kick-out connector status [Notes] • Each status is 1 byte. • The status to be transmitted is as follows: - Paper sensor status (n = 1, 49) Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 00 00 0 Paper near end sensor: paper adequate. 0, 1 11 03 3 Paper near end sensor: paper not present. 00 00 0 Paper end sensor: paper present. 2, 3 11 0C 12 Paper end sensor: paper not present. 4 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 5,6 - - - Undefined. 7 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. • The status to be transmitted is as follows: - Drawer kick-out connector status (n = 2, 50) Bit Binary Hex Decimal Status 0 00 0 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is LOW. 0 1 01 1 Drawer kick-out connector pin 3 is HIGH. 1-3 - - - Undefined. 4 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. 5,6 Undefined 7 0 00 0 Not used. Fixed to Off. ▌4.4.3 Commands list for STAR mode (SP500) n Command Description Hex 1 ESC GS t Specify code page 1B 1D 74 2 ESC R Specify international character set 1B 52 3 ESC / Specify/cancel slash zero 1B 2F 4 ESC M Specify 7×9 font (half dots) 1B 4D 5 ESC P Specify 9×9 font 1B 50 6 ESC : Specify 5×9 font (3P-1) 1B 3A 7 ESC SP Specify character space 1B 20 8 SO Specify double-wide expanded characters 0E 9 DC4 Cancel double wide printing 14 10 ESC W Specify/cancel double-wide printing 1B 57 11 ESC h Specify/cancel double-high printing 1B 68 12 ESC E Select emphasized printing 1B 45 13 ESC F Cancel emphasized printing 1B 46 14 ESC - Select/cancels underline mode 1B 2D 15 ESC _ Select/cancels upperline mode 1B 5F 16 ESC 4 Specify white/black inversion and red color printing 1B 34 17 ESC 5 Cancel white/black inversion and specify black color printing 1B 35 18 SI Select upside-down printing 0F 19 DC2 Cancel upside-down printing 12 20 ESC RS i Specify/cancel rotating print mode 1B 1E 69 21 LF Line feed 0A 22 CR Line feed (according to Memory Switch settings) 0D 23 ESC a Feed paper n lines 1B 61 24 ESC 0 Set line feed to 1/8 inch 1B 30 25 ESC 1 Set line feed to 7/72 inch 1B 31 26 ESC z 0("0") Set line feed to 1/12 inch 1B 7A 00(30) 27 ESC z 1("1") Set line feed to 1/6 inch 1B 7A 01(31) 28 ESC J Execute n/72 inch paper feed one time 1B 4A 29 ESC A Define n/72 inch pitch line feed 1B 41 30 ESC 2 Set ESC A line feed pitch 1B 31 ESC 3 Set line feed to n/216 inch line feed pitch (approximate value) 1B 33 32 ESC y Set line feed to n/144 inch line feed pitch 1B 79 33 ESC I Execute n/144 inch paper feed one time 1B 49 34 FF Form feed 0C 35 ESC C Set page length to n lines 1B 43 36 ESC C 0 Set page length to n inches 1B 43 00 37 VT Feed paper to vertical table position 0B 38 ESC B Set vertical tab position 1B 42 39 ESC N Set bottom margin to n lines 1B 4E 40 ESC O Cancel bottom margin 1B 4F 41 ESC l Set left margin 1B 6C 42 ESC Q Set right margin 1B 51 43 HT Move print position to horizontal tab position 09 44 ESC D Set/cancel horizontal tab position 1B 44 45 ESC GS a Specify position alignment 1B 1D 61 46 ESC GS A Specify absolute position 1B 1D 41 47 ESC GS R Specify relative position 1B 1D 52 48 ESC & Register/delete download characters 1B 26 49 ESC % Set/cancel download characters 1B 25 50 ESC K Standard density bit image 1B 4B 4-28 CHAPTER 4 Control commands list 4-29 n Command Description Hex 51 ESC L Double density bit image 1B 4C 52 ESC d Paper cut instruction 1B 64 53 ESC BEL Set pulse width for external device drive 1B 07 54 BEL External device 1 drive instruction 07 55 FS External device 1 drive instruction (real time) 1C 56 SUB External device 2 drive instruction (real time) 1A 57 EM External device 2 drive instruction (real time) 19 58 ENQ Inquire ENQ status 05 59 EOT Inquire EOT status 04 60 ESC ACK SOH Inquire status 1B 06 01 61 ESC RS a Set status transmission conditions 1B 1E 61 62 ETB Update ETB status (check after printing) 17 63 ESC RS E Clear the ETB counter and ETB status 1B 1E 45 64 DC3 Printer deselect 13 65 DC1 Printer select 11 66 ESC @ Command initialization 1B 40 67 ESC U Select printing direction 1B 55 68 ESC GS # Set Memory Switch 1B 1D 23 69 ESC # Set Memory Switch 1B 23 70 ESC ? LF NUL Reset printer and test print 1B 3F 0A 00 ▌4.4.4 Commands list for CITIZEN mode (iDP3550/3551) n Command Description Hexadecimal 1 FF n n-line paper feed (CBM1 mode) 0C n 2 FF Form feed (CBM2 mode) 0C 3 SO (Note) Specifying the double width character (CBM1 mode) 0E 4 SI (Note) Canceling the double width character 0F 5 LF Print and paper feed 0A 6 CR Printing 0D 7 DC1 (Note) Initializing the printer (CBM1 mode) 11 8 DC2 (Note) Specifying/Canceling the inverted character (CBM1 mode) 12 9 DC3 (Note) Specifying the red print (CBM1 mode) 13 10 CAN Canceling the print data 18 11 ESC * n1 n2 Specifying the bit image mode 1B 2A n1 n2 12 ESC - n Specifying/Canceling the Underline 1B 2D n 13 ESC 1 Specifying 1/9-inch line feed width 1B 31H 14 ESC 2 Specifying 2/9-inch line feed width 1B 32 15 ESC 3 Specifying standard line feed width 1B 33 16 ESC C n Setting the page length 1B 43 n 17 ESC N n Specifying the perforation skip 1B 4E n 18 ESC O Canceling the perforation skip 1B 4F 19 ESC f 1 Form feed (Changing the page) 1B 66 01 20 ESC t n Selecting the character code table 1B 74 n 21 ESC BEL n1 n2 Setting the external device drive pulse width 1B 07 n1 n2 22 BEL Driving command A for Drawer-1 07 23 FS Driving command B for Drawer-1 1C 24 SUB Driving command for Drawer-2 1A 25 RS Buzzer-on 1E 26 ESC P 0 Partial cut 1B 50 00 27 ESC P 1 Partial cut 1B 50 01 28 ESC R n Selecting the international character set 1B 52 n 29 ESC & 0 n1 n2 Defining the download character set 1B 26 00 n1 n2 30 ESC % n Specifying/Canceling the download character 1B 25 n 31 ESC / n Defining the message 1B 2F n 32 ESC DC3 n Printing the message 1B 13 n 33 ESC y n Setting the print lines after paper near end detection 1B 79 n 34 ESC DC2 n1 n2 Deleting the download character, message, bit image 1B 12 n1 n2 35 GS * n1 n2 Defining the download bit image 1D 2A n1 n2 36 GS / m Printing the download bit image 1D 2F m 4-30 CHAPTER 5 Reference information ▌5.1 Printing specification Item Description Remark Printing method Serial impact method Head wire 9 pin serial type Dot pitch 0.352mm (1/72”) Dot wire diameter 0.3mm (0.01”) Printing direction Bidirectional (logic seeking) with friction feed Characters per line Max. 42 (characters) Printing speed 5.1 LPS (Line Per Second) at 40 column Printing width 63.34 mm (2.49”) Line interval 4.233 mm (1/6”) Paper feed method Friction feed Paper feed speed Approximately 158 mm (6.2”) Character font 7 x 9 / 9 x 9 Character sets 5-1 Alphanumeric characters : 95 International characters : 32 Extended graphics : 128 x 25 pages ▌5.2 Paper specifications Item Description Remark Paper type Paper roll Paper roll width 76±0.5 mm, 69.5±0.5 mm, 57.5±0.5mm Paper roll diameter Max. ø83 mm (3.27") Normal paper Thickness : 1 sheet 0.07~0.085 mm (0.0028~0.0034") Weight : 52.3~64g/m2 (0.115~0.1411 lb) Paper core outside diameter Max. ø19mm (0.75") ▌5.3 Ribbon cassette specification Item Description Remark Standard SRP 275 B/R Color Black & Red Size 13 mm (W) Life SRP 275 B/R : 1,500,000 characters (Black) 750,000 characters (Red) Continuous printing 7x9 font ASCII 25°C NOTES Malfunctions and other problems may arise if other than specified ribbon cassettes are used in the printer. The Warranty may be void if other than specified ribbon cassettes are used. Contact your dealer or place of purchase for more information about proper ribbon cassettes. ▌5.4 Electrical characteristics Item Description Remark Supply voltage 24V DC ± 10% Current (at 24V, consumption except for drawer Operating Mean : Approximately 0.5A Peak : Approximately 1.5A kick-out driving) Standby Mean: Approximately 0.3A NOTES Maximum 1A for drawer kick-out driving. ▌5.5 Reliability Item Description Remark Life firing frequency Mechanism : Approx. 10 million lines Auto cutter : Approx. 1 million cuts (End of life is defined as the point at which the printer reaches the beginning of the Wear out Period.) Head Approx. 300 million dots/wire ▌5.6 Environment conditions Item Description Remark Temperature Operating : 0~50°C (32~122°F) Storage : -10~50°C (14~122°F) Relative humidity Operating : 10~90% RH (Non-condensing) Storage : 10~90% RH (Non-condensing) 5-2 CHAPTER 5 Reference information ▌5.7 Dimensions & weight • Dimensions Item W D H • Weight Approx. Wt. : 2.5 kg Shipping Wt. : 4.0 kg ▌5.8 Optional features The optional features either replace a standard feature or enhance the operation of the printer. All optional features are installed at the factory and must be selected when the printer is ordered. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Auto cutter (SRP-275A : Exclude auto cutter, SRP-275C : Including auto cutter) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Interface (Serial / Parallel / USB / Ethernet) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ • Cabinet color (Ivory / Dark gray) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-3 Dimension (mm) 160 239 157 APPENDIX A Code tables The following pages show the character code tables. To fine the character corresponding to a hexadecimal number, count across the top of the table for the left digit and count down the left column of the table right digit. For example, 4A=J. ▌A.1 Page 0 (PC 437 : USA, Standard Europe (International Character Set : USA)) A-1 APPENDIX A Code tables A-2 ▌A.2 Page 1 (Katakana) ▌A.3 Page 2 (PC850 : Multilingual) A-3 APPENDIX A Code tables A-4 ▌A.4 Page 3 (PC860 : Portuguese) ▌A.5 Page 4 (PC863 : Canadian-French) A-5 APPENDIX A Code tables A-6 ▌A.6 Page 5 (PC865 : Nordic) ▌A.7 Page 16 (WPC1252 : Latin1) A-7 APPENDIX A Code tables A-8 ▌A.8 Page 17 (PC866 : Russian) ▌A.9 Page 18 (PC852 : Latin2) A-9 APPENDIX A Code tables ▌A.10 Page 19 (PC858 : Euro) A-10


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