Argox Os 214 Barcode Printer Driver Download Install Update
All specifications and signs are subject to change without notice. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Table of Contents Safety This manual will help you get to know your new printer. There are two parts to this manual, an operation guide and related information. The operation guide is illustrated to help you quickly become familiar with the printer.
Connecting the Power Supply Connect the power supply as below. Do not operate the printer and power supply in an area where they can get wet. Make sure the power switch is in the "O" position. Insert the barrel connector of the power supply into the power jack on the back of the printer. The following table explains control and indicator functions. This section does not apply to direct thermal printing. Lift the top cover to expose the media compartment. Unwrap the ribbon roll pack and separate the ribbon roll and the bare core.
Attach the edge of the ribbon on the bare core and wind it a little bit onto the core. Insert the ribbon roll into the supply holder.
First snap in the left side and then the right side. Ribbon Supply Holder Ribbon Roll Turn back the print head module and then insert the bare core into the pick-up holder. First snap in the left side, and then the right side. Ribbon Pick-up Holder Bare Core Turn the wheel of the print head module to ensure the ribbon is tightly wound.
Press down the print head module firmly until you hear a snap. Wheel Print Head Module Standard mode allows you to collect each label freely. Remove the media hanger. Media Compartment Media Hanger 3.
Load the media roll onto the hanger from left to right. Media Roll Media Hanger Click the media hanger back into the media compartment. Align the media roll to the left end.
Move the shield from right to left until it leans against the media. Media Compartment Media Roll Shield Unlatch the print head module. Hold the print head module upright with one hand to allow the media to pass under it. Lead the media through the media guides with the other hand. Lead the media over the platen roller.
Print Head Module Media Guides Put the print head module down and press down firmly until you hear a snap. Close the top cover and turn on the printer or press the "FEED" button if the printer is already on. Print Head Module Feed Button For Cutter mode you must first install the cutter and add the cutter baby board to J16 on the main board. Please refer to Appendix I. Follow Steps 1 to 8 listed in Standard Mode above.
Thread the media over the platen roller, then route the media through the slot of the cutter module. The "FEED" button does not make the printer cut. Cutting occurs only when the software is properly set. Calibration and Configuration This section discusses calibration, printing configuration and resetting the printer to factory defaults.
Performing Calibration and Configuration Make sure the media is properly loaded and the top cover of the printer is closed. Turn off the printer power. Press and hold the feed button while turning on the power, until the printing motor is activated. The black mark minimum width horizontal should be 14mm on the left edge of media. The detection area, as illustrated below. Resetting Printer to Factory Defaults 1.
Turn on the printer and wait till both "Ready" indicator and "Power" indicator stay solid green. Press the "Feed" button for 5 seconds, and the "Ready" indicator and "Power" indicator will go off in order.
At this moment, the printer has resumed its factory default settings Note: Revise the factory default settings that stored in flash, even if turn off the power source cannot be eliminated.
Serial RS Interface Requirements The required cable must have a nine-pin "D" type male connector on one end, which is plugged into the mating serial port located on the back of the printer. The other end of the signal interface cable connects to a serial port on the host computer.
Serial Cabling Requirements Data cables must be of fully shielded construction and fitted with metal or metalized connector shells. Shielded cables and connectors are required to prevent radiation and reception of electrical noise. To minimize electrical noise pickup in the cable: Keep data cables short 6 ft or 1. Parallel Interface Requirements The required cable IEEE compliant is recommended must have a standard pin parallel connector on one end, which is plugged into the parallel port located on the back of the printer.
The other end of the parallel interface cable connects to the printer connector at the host computer. Even though the "Add Printer Wizard" is from Microsoft, it too easily performs a number of tasks incorrectly when updating existing drivers.
Run the driver from Argox website. Assign the directory to keep Seagull driver, for example: Enter Printer name i. Check all the data on the showing screen, if it is correct, click "Finish".
After the related files have been copied to your system, click "Finish". After driver installation is complete, click "Close". The driver should now be installed. Connect the USB cable, Serial cable to the proper port on the printer and on your computer. Select Install printer drivers and Click "Next" 6.
Select the port of the printer and click "Next". Troubleshooting Normally, when the printer is in not working properly, the "Power" LED blinks continuously; while printing and communication between the host and printer stops.
To understand the problem, please observe the Power and Ready LEDs and refer to the following solutions: When it does, the printer will automatically resume operation. Miscellaneous If the host shows "Printer Time out" 1. Check if the communication cable parallel or serial is connected securely to your parallel or serial port on the PC and to the connector on the printer at the other end. The ribbon may not be qualified. Caring for Your Printer Adhesives and coatings of media can over time transfer onto the printer components along the media path including the thermal print head and media sensor.
This build-up can accumulate dust and debris. Failure to clean the print head, media path, and media sensor could result in inadvertent loss off labels, label jams and possible damage to the printer. Warranty of print heads will be void if print head serial number is removed, altered, defected, or made illegible, under every circumstance. Replacing the Thermal Print Head 1. Switch off the power and wait for both LEDs to go off. Push the print head firmly into the casing and shift it to the left.
Disassemble the print head and the mounting bracket by releasing screws. Replace with a new print head. Reassemble the print head module in reverse order. Be careful not to touch the print head elements. Important notice during TPH Surface of heaters should NOT be hit or scratched by sharp or hard things to prevent any damage by scratch.
Fonts, Bar Codes and Graphics Specification The specifications of fonts, bar codes and graphics depends on the printer emulation. The bare core for the ribbon must be 11 cm in length. It should have two opposite slits at two ends.
All specifications and signs are subject to change without notice. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Table of Contents Safety This manual will help you get to know your new printer.
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