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Use the Intermec printer to print bar code labels through a serial, LPT, or network (NIC) connection. You first need to set up the printer and computer to communicate with each other. You then need to set up FleetAnywhere, CommAnywhere, or RailAnywhere to use the correct printer codes.

  • Tip: If you attach an Intermec label printer to a client workstation, it limits printer access from other workstations and is therefore not recommended. If a workstation is shut down, for example, all printers attached to it are disabled. If you attach an Intermec label printer to a print server, it can accommodate multiple jobs and can remain in operation after workstations are shut down.

Enable the printer and computer to communicate

Step 1. Unzip and save the two files in Intermec.zip:

  • DOS command scripts: set1.cmd and set2.cmd (COM2 and COM2, respectively; substitute set1.cmd or set2.cmd [based on your com port] for setmode.cmd in the steps that follow)

  • File with Intermec printer commands: binlab.txt

Step 2. Connect the printer to either the COM1 or COM2 communications port on the computer.

Step 3. Turn off the printer.

Step 4. Reboot the computer.

Step 5. Move or copy the setmode.cmd file (from step 1) to the root of your C: drive.

Step 6. Open the setmode.cmd file in a text editor and edit it to point to the applicable com port (either com1 or com2).

Step 7. Save the file.

Step 8. Run the setmode.cmd file from a DOS prompt:

a. From a command prompt, type c:setmode.cmd

b. Press Enter.

Step 9. Turn on the printer.

Step 10. Move or copy the binlab.txt file (from step 1) to the root of your C: drive.

Step 11. To test print, from a command prompt, type copy binlab.txt com1

  • Note: If you are using COM2, change the command to use COM2.

A successful test prints one label for the part NUTS AND BOLTS. It proves that the printer and computer are set up and communicating correctly.

Set up label printer types, printer devices/queues, and reports to use the correct codes

Part labels and bin labels use different codes, so you must set up two printer devices/queues and make sure that each uses the correct label printer type. Make sure that you have successfully printed a test label before you perform these steps. You can set up multiple label types (e.g., bin label, control label, part receipt label) that use the same printer type.

Step 1. Start FleetAnywhere, CommAnywhere, or RailAnywhere.

Step 2. Go to System Mgmt -> Setup -> Printers ->Label Printer Types.

Step 3. In the Printer Type field, select the applicable printer type and click Prepare For Copy .

Step 4. In the Printer Type field, type the applicable printer type.

Step 5. In the Label Type field, select BIN LABEL.

Step 6. Click Process .

Set up part labels

Step 1. Go to System Mgmt -> Setup -> Printers ->Printer Devices/Queues.

Step 2. Click Prepare for Insert .

Step 3. Select or complete the following:

a. Printer ID: BIN LABEL PRINTER

b. Description: BIN LABEL PRINTER

c. Printer type: select applicable printer type

d. Device/queue name: COM1:9600:E:7:1

  • Note: If you are using COM2, replace COM1 with COM2.

Step 4. Select the Send output to client station checkbox.

Step 5. Click Process .

Add the printer devices/queues for users who print labels

You need to set up the printer ID to be the default label printer for users. Once you set up the printer device/queue to send the output to a TXT file, you need to direct all control label message printouts to correct printer device/queue.

Step 1. Go to System Mgmt -> Setup ->Access Rights->Users.

Step 2. On the Printers tab, filter on and retrieve data for the users who print labels.

Step 3. Click Prepare for Update and add the applicable bin label and receipt label printers for the users.

Step 4. Click Process .

  • Tip: Use the BIN LABEL PRINTER to print bin labels, such as the BIN LABELS report and the BIN LABELS screen. Use the RECEIPT LABEL PRINTER to print parts labels, such as from the Quick Orders and Receipts screens.

Fix the Bin Label report

Step 1. Go to Queries/Reports ->Query/Report Generator.

Step 2. In the grid in the top section of the screen, scroll down to and select PR:BIN LABELS.

Step 3. On the User-defined Items tab, in the box in the bottom left, click partid.

Step 4. Toward the end of the line of text in the top portion of the screen, change F<ETX> to F;<ETX>

Step 5. Go to the Manage tab and click the Save Report button.

Printer Error Codes

+12 vdc error

Power supply output voltage is not within the acceptable operating range. Shut off the printer. Contact your Intermec service representative.

+24 vdc error

Power supply output voltage is not within the acceptable operating range. Shut off the printer. Contact your Intermec service representative.

80186 error

The printer’s microprocessors are not communicating. Printing stops and the control panel locks up. When the printer power is cycled, this message appears. Cycle the power again. If the message reappears, turn off the printer and contact your Intermec service representative.

80186 ram error

The printer’s main microprocessor cannot access RAM. Printing stops and the control panel locks up. When the printer power is cycled, this message appears. Cycle the printer power again. If the message reappears, turn off the printer and contact your Intermec service representative.

80186 rom error

The printer’s main microprocessor cannot access ROM. Printing stops and the control panel locks up. When the printer power is cycled, this message appears. Cycle the power again. If the message reappears, turn off the printer and contact your Intermec service representative.

80960 ram error

One of the printer’s microprocessors cannot access RAM. Printing stops and the control panel locks up. When the printer power is cycled, this message appears. Cycle the printer power again. If the message reappears, turn off the printer and contact your Intermec service representative.

80960 rom error

One of the printer’s microprocessors cannot access ROM. Printing stops and the control panel locks up. When the printer power is cycled, this message appears. Cycle the printer power again. If the message reappears, turn off the printer and contact your Intermec service representative.

ac volts low

There is not enough voltage reaching the printer through the AC power cord. Test the line voltage. If sufficient voltage is reaching the printer, then the problem is internal to the printer and you should contact your Intermec service representative. If the printer is not receiving sufficient voltage, replace the power cord.

ambient temp sensor fault

The Ambient Temperature Sensor is disconnected or not working properly.

The printer will still operate but you cannot clear the alert. Contact your Intermec representative.

calls fault

The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

checksum error

Portions or all of the static memory were found to be corrupted and were reset. Some or all of the fonts,UDCs, formats, configuration settings, etc., may have been lost. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

Communications error

Printer is not communicating with the host computer. Make sure the host is running and all the connections are intact. Press [CONTINUE] to clear the error.

cutter fault

The Cutter is not operating properly. Check to see the cutter is properly maintained and connected. Press [FEED/RELOAD] to clear the error. cutter not connected The Cutter is enabled from the control panel but not connected. If you are not using the cutter, disable the cutter command Otherwise, check the connections between the Cutter and the printer. Press

[CONTINUE] to clear the error.

Float fault

The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

head lift fault

The printhead mechanism has jammed and the printhead cannot lift between labels. Open the printer manually Proceed to close the cover and press [FEED/RELOAD]. If this does not work, contact an Intermec

representative.

image rate error

Image Buffer and/or Print Speed settings are not within the acceptable range for the label. Change the Image Buffer and/or Print Speed settings. Press [CONTINUE] to clear the error. Increase number of image bands You haven’t set enough image bands to process machine fault The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

math fault

The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

media alert

This message appears when the Media Alert feature has been enabled and the media supply needs to be replenished. Replenish the media supply.

memory reset Portions or all of the static memory were found to be corrupted and were reset. Some or all of the fonts,UDCs, formats, configuration settings, etc., may have been lost. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

Operation fault

The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

overflow error

The five overflow error messages are described below. Press [CONTINUE] to clear the alert.

32

Non-immediate command or data received with full buffer. Resend message after buffer has cleared.

37

Not enough room in the printer memory to print the label format. The format fits into memory but there is not enough memory left to print. Reduce the format complexity by deleting fields or decreasing the amount of data.

42

Not enough room in the printer memory to store the format. Delete any formats, fonts, or graphics that you no longer need. If the format still does not fit, delete a few fields or other data from the format. Note: To see how much printer memory is available, enter <ESC>m at the host.

43

Too many fields in the label format. Delete some fields, or reduce the number of characters in the fields.

53

Not enough room for graphic or user-defined font in the label format. Delete any formats, fonts, or graphics that you no longer need. If there is still not enough room, reduce the size of the font or graphic on the label. Press [CONTINUE] to clear the error.

paper fault

You are out of media, there is a jam in the paper path, or the printer cannot find a label or index marker in the expected place. Open the printer and check the paper path. Make sure the Label Stock and Label

Length parameters are correct. Press [FEED/RELOAD] to clear the alert.

paper path open The printer is open or the ribbon access door is not properly closed. Make sure the printer is closed, the ribbon access door is installed correctly, and the knob is in the horizontal position.

Press [FEED/RELOAD] to clear the message.

PARAMETER error

The four parameter errors are listed below. Press [CONTINUE] to clear the alert.

8

Invalid start or stop characters. Verify start and stop characters in the label format.

11

Invalid data characters. Verify data characters in label format.

36

Invalid or undefined format or page number. Verify that the page numbers are between 0 and 9 and the format numbers are between 0 and 19.

38

Invalid or undefined field number. Verify the field number in the label format.

printhead cold

The printhead is too cold to print properly. Wait for the printhead to heat up. At the right temperature printing starts automatically and the alert clears. If the printer takes too long to heat up, contact your Intermec representative.

printhead hot

The printhead is too hot to print. Wait while the printhead cools. At the right temperature, printing starts and the alert clears. If the printer takes too long to cool, or continues to overheat, contact your Intermec representative.

printhead temp sensor fault

The temperature sensor for the printhead is not working or is disconnected. The printer will continue to print, but you cannot clear the alert. Contact your Intermec representative.

printhead TESTED OUT OF RANGE

Some of the elements in the printhead are not within the acceptable temperature range. If printing has stopped but your labels are satisfactory, you can continue printing by setting the Printhead Test

command in the Configuration menu to WARN - CONTINUE. If the label quality becomes too poor, you may need to replace the printhead. To adjust the test.

RANGE error

The six range errors are listed on the next page. Press [CONTINUE] to clear the alert.

12

Data count has been exceeded. Reduce the amount of data entered into this field or increase the field’s maximum data (up to 200).

21

Quantity or batch count is out of range. Quantity of labels should be between 1 and 9999 and there should be 1-9999 batches of labels.

22

Increment or Decrement quantity is out of range. Quantity should be between 1 and 9999.

23

Intercharacter delay or message delay is out of range. Delay should be between 0 and 9999.

52

Invalid font/graphic height, width, or intercharacter gap. Font or graphic height and width should be between 1 and 600. Intercharacter gap should be between 0 and 199 dots.

RECEIVER ERROR

If you are using the Cloning or Selective Transfer commands, the Receiver printer is not receiving the information from the Sender. Make sure the Receiver printer is turned on and set up correctly for receiving information from the Sender. Check all connections between the Receiver and the Sender printers. ribbon fault You are out of thermal transfer ribbon or it is jammed. Clear the jam or replenish the ribbon

stock Press [FEED/RELOAD] to clear the alert.

ROM VERSION MISMATCH

You do not have the same version of software for the two processors. The

printer will not power up. Contact your Intermec Product Support Representative.

self-strip not connected

The self-strip option is not connected. Make sure the self-strip is connected properly, or disable the option Press [FEED/RELOAD] to clear the alert.

sender error

If you are using the cloning or selective transfer commands, the Sender printer is not set up properly to send information to the Receiver. Check all connections between the Sender and the Receiver printers. Make sure the Sender printer is set up correctly for transmitting information to the

Receiver.

state fault

The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

struct fault

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The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

SYNTAX ERROR

The eight Syntax Error messages are listed below. In all

cases, press [CONTINUE] to clear the alert.

24

Missing preamble or postamble data. Delete the setup for preamble or postamble data, or include the data.

33

Invalid field delimiter. Either a start or end character is missing or they are different types. Check for all pairs of field delimiters and make sure both are numeric, or both are alphanumeric.

34

Invalid escape command. Correct the escape command syntax.

35

Invalid shift command. Correct the shift command syntax.

44

Semicolon (;) missing after <ESC>P. If data follows <ESC>P you must insert a semicolon (;) to separate commands.

46

Statement does not make sense. Check the statement syntax.

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Invalid UDC command. Correct the UDC command syntax.

trace fault

The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

type fault

The printer microprocessor has detected an internal fault. Call your Intermec Product Support Representative.

00

No error

01

Invalid bar code check character

02

Invalid number of bar code characters (Code UPC/EAN)

04

Bar code check character within numeric field marks

05

Supplemental delimiter within numeric field marks (Code UPC/EAN)

06

Invalid supplemental character count (Code UPC/EAN)

07

More than one supplemental delimiter (Code UPC/EAN)

08

Invalid start/stop characters (Codabar)

11

Invalid bar code data

12

Data count exceeded

13

Data is being entered into a non-data entry field

21

Quantity or batch count out of range

22

Field increment or decrement out of range

23

Intercharacter/message delay out of range

24

Missing preamble or postamble data

25

Invalid format transmission syntax

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Invalid page transmission syntax

27

Invalid font transmission syntax

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Invalid UDC transmission syntax

32

Non-immediate command or data received after buffer is full

33

Invalid field marks

34

Invalid escape command

35

Invalid data shift command

36

Invalid or undefined format number

37

Insufficient room in RAM to print format

38

Invalid or undefined field number

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Syntax error for Program Commands

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Insufficient room in RAM to store format

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Too many fields

46

Undefined statement

52

Invalid UDC or UDF bitmap cell height/width or intercharacter space

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Insufficient room in RAM to store UDC or UDF

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Invalid UDC command syntax