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  • Brand: Casio
  • Product: Printer
  • Model/name: UP-400
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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UP-400
Thermal Printer
User’s Manual
Version 1.0
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Contents
Introduction................................................................................3
Chapter 1 Set up.......................................................................5
1.1 Unpacking............................................................................................................ 5
1.2 Printer Components ........................................................................................... 5
1.3 Attaching Interface Cable to the Printer ........................................................... 6
1.3.1 Via RS-232C cable.....................................................................................................6
1.3.2 Via LAN cable.............................................................................................................6
1.4 Attaching the Drawer, Ground Wire and Power Supply................................... 6
1.4.1 the Drawer .................................................................................................................6
1.4.2 Ground Wire...............................................................................................................7
1.4.3 Power Supply .............................................................................................................7
1.5 Self Test................................................................................................................ 7
1.6 DHCP server recognition ................................................................................... 7
Chapter 2 Operation.................................................................8
2.1 Power Switch....................................................................................................... 8
2.2 Control Panel....................................................................................................... 8
2.2.1 FEED..........................................................................................................................8
2.2.2 ONLINE......................................................................................................................8
2.3 Panel Lights......................................................................................................... 8
2.3.1 POWER LED..............................................................................................................8
2.3.2 ONLINE LED..............................................................................................................8
2.3.3 ERROR LED ..............................................................................................................8
Chapter 3 Maintenance & Troubleshooting............................9
3.1 Installing or Replacing Paper Roll..................................................................... 9
3.2 Adjusting the Paper Near End Sensor .............................................................. 9
3.3 Paper Jam.......................................................................................................... 10
3.4 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................ 11
Chapter 4 Important Safety Information...............................12
Chapter 5 Specification..........................................................13
5.1 Printing Specification....................................................................................... 13
5.2 Paper Specification........................................................................................... 14
5.3 Interface Specification...................................................................................... 14
5.3.1 RS-232C Interface Specification ..............................................................................14
5.3.2 RS-232C Interface Connection Example .................................................................14
5.3.3 LAN Connector.........................................................................................................15
5.3.4 Power Supply Connector..........................................................................................15
5.3.5 Drawer Kick-out Connector ......................................................................................16
APPENDIX Dip Switch/ ID setting ..........................................17
A.1 Setting & Checking the Dip Switchs............................................................... 17
A.1.1 Dip switch 1 setting..................................................................................................17
A.1.2 Dip switch 2 setting..................................................................................................17
A.2 Setting ID or IP number ................................................................................... 19
A.2.1 ID number setting.....................................................................................................19
A.2.2 IP number setting.....................................................................................................19
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Introduction
GUIDELINES LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OFTHE UNIT INTHE U.S.A.
(Not applicable to other areas)
FCC WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which
case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expence.
WARNING: Charges or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The main plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect main power.
Please ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
Manufacturer:
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
Representative within the European Union:
CASIO EUROPE GmbH
Bornbarch 10, 22848 Norderstedt Germany
LAN Port: Only for CASIO Register
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About this Manual
Getting Started
Chapter 1 contains information on unpacking the printer and setting it up.
Chapter 2 contains information on using the printer.
Chapter 3 contains information of maintenance and troubleshooting.
Chapter 4 contains security information.
Specification
Chapter 5 contains printers’ specification.
Appendix contains information on setting and changing the DIP switches.
Safety Definitions
In order to avoid hazards to a user or other persons and damage to the product, be sure to
observe the following instructions
For the safety of the personnel and the product, operate the equipment according to the
instructions in this user’s guide. The manufacturer will not be responsible for any problems or
damage that arises from improper use.
WARNING : Warning may result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION : Caution may result in injury or damage to property.
At least once a year, unplug the power plug and use a dry cloth or vacuum
cleaner to clear dust from the area around the prongs of the power plug.
Never use detergent to clean the power cord, especially the power plug and
jack.
Keep small parts out of the reach of small children to make sure it is not swal-
lowed accidentally.
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Chapter 1 Set up
1.1 Unpacking
Check for the following items in your box.
50mm
Hook (male)
Hook (female)
Cable tie
To
UP-400
To
UP-400
To
UP-400
To
UP-400
50mm
Caution
Before use, please be sure to set the attached Ferrite core to the I/F cable as illustrated.
For RS-232C cable For LAN cable
1. Put the attached Ferrite core to I/F cable as illustrated, and
then close the core. Be sure two hooks of the core are
locked tight. And insert a Cable tie into the hole outside core.
2. To fix the Ferrite core, bind up the I/F cable
with the Cable tie.
Cable tie
Hook
Hook (male)
Hook (female)
Cable tie
Cable tie
Hook
1.2 Printer Components
Before connecting any of the cables, please turn off the HOST device.
Thermal printer Roll paper AC adapter
Printer cover
Control panel
Automatic Paper Cutter Cover
Cover open knob
Power switch
Ferrite core Cable tie
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1.3 Attaching Interface Cable to the Printer
1.3.1 Via RS-232C cable
You need an appropriate interface cable. Refer to section 5.3.2 on page 14 for cable details.
1. Plug the cable into the interface connector
located on the back of the printer, as indicated
nearby.
2. Firmly tighten the screws on both sides of the
connector.
3. Attach the other end of the cable to the HOST.
1.3.2 Via LAN cable
You need an appropriate interface cable. Refer to section 5.3.3 on page 15 for cable details.
1. Plug and snap the cable into the interface
connector located on the back of the printer,
as indicated nearby.
2. Attach the other end of the cable to the Hub.
1.4 Attaching the Drawer, Ground Wire and Power Supply
1.4.1 the Drawer
CAUTION : You need a drawer that meets the printer’s specification.
Do not connect a telephone line to the drawer kick-out connector.
Plug the drawer kick cable into the kick-out connector. If two drawers are used, use a Y-cable
that meets the specifications on page 16 to ensure that both drawers receive signals correctly.
Ground wire
DC Cable
Drawer kick cable
RS-232C LAN
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1.4.2 Ground Wire
Use a ground wire that matches your printer. It is recommended to use a ground wire that is
at least the same length as the power cable. Connect the ground wire to the back of the printer
with the supplied screw as shown above.
1.4.3 Power Supply
CAUTION : Before connecting or disconnecting the power supply to the printer, make sure
that the power supply is unplugged from the power outlet and connect the
power cord into the adapter.
1. Make sure that the adapter plug is unplugged from the power outlet.
2. Plug the DC cable into power connector with the flat side of the plug turned up.
CAUTION : When disconnecting the adapter, turn the printer off and the DC cable out
by gripping the plug. Do not pull it out by the cord.
1.5 Self Test
Use the self test to check that your printer is operating properly. It checks the control circuits,
printer mechanisms, print quality, and displays the firmware version and DIP switch settings.
1. Make sure that the printer cover is closed properly and turn the power off.
2. While holding down the FEED button, turn the printer on and continue holding down the
FEED button until the self test starts.
3. The self test will end automatically and detach the self test print out.
NOTE : Refer to Chapter 3, Maintenance & Troubleshooting about how to install and
replace the paper roll.
1.6 DHCP server recognition
If the printer is connected via Ether-net cable, the system requires ID number and IP number of
the printer. Activate DHCP server recognition, if your system has a DHCP server. (By DHCP
server, IP numbers are set automatically.)
1. Make sure that the DIP SW 2-5 is set to on.
2. While holding down the ONLINE button, turn the printer on.
3. Check the printout result.
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Chapter 2 Operation
Check the indicator lights to monitor the printing status.
2.1 Power Switch
Turn the printer ON or OFF.
2.2 Control Panel
2.2.1 FEED
Press the FEED button to advance the paper
by one line. Hold down the FEED button to
advance paper continuously.
2.2.2 ONLINE
Press the ONLINE button to put the printer
online or offline. The green light indicates the
printer is online. Pressing the online button
during printing will pause printing until the
online button is pressed again.
2.3 Panel Lights
2.3.1 POWER LED
This lights up whenever the printer is on.
2.3.2 ONLINE LED
This lights up when the printer is in online.
2.3.3 ERROR LED
This indicates an error. Refer to page 11,
Troubleshooting about any action for
ERROR LED.
ONLINE
ONLINE
ERROR
FEED
POWER
ONLINE Button
Panel Lights
FEED Button
Control Panel
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Chapter 3 Maintenance & Troubleshooting
3.1 Installing or Replacing Paper Roll
CAUTION : Make sure that paper rolls meets printer’s specification. Do not use paper
rolls that have one end glued to the core. This causes excessive load on the
paper feed.
1. Make sure that the printer is not printing or
receiving data, and open the printer cover by
sliding the cover open knob. Unroll 10 to 15 cm
of the paper as shown.
2. Insert the paper roll as shown.
3. Pull out 10 to 15 cm of paper and close the
printer cover as shown.
Tear off the excess paper on the cutter edge.
3.2 Adjusting the Paper Near End Sensor
A sensor detects when the paper roll is running out. Due to variation in the width of paper roll
cores, it is difficult to measure the exact length of the paper left on the roll when the detector is
triggered. The factory setting is based on a paper roll core with an outside diameter of 18 mm
and an inside diameter of 12 mm. If you use a paper roll with different widths, adjust the setting
as described below.
1. Open the printer cover and remove the paper roll.
2. Loosen the adjusting screw and move the tab to
fit the core of the paper roll.
3. Tighten the adjusting screw.
4. Replace the paper roll and close the printer cover.
Tab
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3.3 Paper Jam
CAUTION : Do not touch the printer head because they are very hot after continuous
printing. Do not attempt to clear a paper jam until the printer cools down.
1. Turn the printer off and slide the cover open knob.
2. Remove the jammed paper and replace the paper roll.
If the printer cover can’t be opened after a paper jam, follow the procedure below.
1. Push down and slide to remove the Automatic
Paper Cutter Cover.
2. Pull up the clear film, and slowly turn the screw
inside counter-clockwise until the cutter edge
reaches home position.
3. Push down and slide to close the Automatic
Paper Cutter Cover.
4. Now, the printer cover should open easily.
Remove the paper jam and replace the paper roll.
Screw
Clear film
Screw
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3.4 Troubleshooting
* “SERVICE” or “SERVICE CALL” : Do not attempt to repair problems without requiring
SERVICE CALL. It can be dangerous to your health and or cause additional damage to the
product. Entries requiring SERVICE CALL are hardware failures and require repair by qualified
service personnel.
Error Contents Causes/Points to check Solutions
Can’t turn the printer ON Is the power switch turned ON? Turn the power switch ON
Is the connector on the power
adapter properly connected?
Connect the connector firmly
Does the printer reset when you
turn the power switch ON?
If it does, something is wrong with the
operation panel. Call for SERVICE*
Does the LED on the adapter light
up when connected to the wall?
If it doesn’t, check the connection of the
power supply cord. If the connection
is OK, something is wrong with the
adapter. Call for SERVICE*
Other Something may be wrong with the power
switch parts or with the main board. Call
for SERVICE*
The ON LINE indicator
doesn’t light up
Is the ERROR indicator ON? If it is, see “the ERROR indicator is ON”
Press the ON LINE button If the ON LINE indicator turns on, it’s normal
The ERROR indicator is
ON
Check if the printer is out of paper If paper is out, replace with a new roll
The cover doesn’t open even if
you slide the cover open knob
The Automatic Paper Cutter may be
locked. 3.3, “Printer Jam”
The printer cover doesn’t close
completely
Open the cover by sliding the cover open
knob, and close it again by pushing at
center of the cover.
The ERROR indicator
doesn’t light up while
paper is exhausted (The
printer cover is close)
The ON LINE indicator lights up
by using the ON LINE button
Something is wrong with the paper sensor
of the main board inside the printer
Other Something is wrong with the operating
panel
Can’t print the self test The ONLINE indicator is not ON See “the ON LINE indicator doesn’t light up”
Printing causes the paper to feed Something is wrong internally or with
the printer head. Call for SERVICE*
Printing cannot be done
by the commands from the
HOST or printing garbled
Check print capability by running
the self-test
If printing fails, call for SERVICE*
Is the connector of interface firmly
connected with screws?
Set the connector firmly and tighten the
screws
Check the setting of DIP switch Refer Appendix and set the switches
correctly, then power cycle the printer
The drawer kick doesn’t
work
Is the drawer kick connected
properly?
Re-plug in the cable. You should hear or
feel a click if the proper connection is made.
Is Y-cable connected in reverse
order?
Check the Y-cable and verify it is
connected in the correct order
Other Something may be wrong with the
main board inside the printer, and needs
SERVICE CALL*
The ERROR indicator and
ON LINE indicator flash
on and off alternately
Check the setting of DIP switch Refer to Appendix. Turn the printer off,
make any necessary changes, then turn
the printer on
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Chapter 4 Important Safety Information
♦ Read all the direction and keep this manual for future use.
♦ Follow all of the warnings and instructions marked on the product and in this manual.
♦ Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners.
♦ Do not use this product near water.
♦ Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand or table. The product could fall, causing
serious damage to the product and bystanders.
♦ Slots and openings on the back or bottom of the case are provided for ventilation. To ensure
reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, do not block or cover
these openings. The openings should not be placed near or over a radiator or heater. This
product should not be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
♦ This product should be operated from the type of power source indicated on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of power available, consult your dealer or local power
company.
♦ Do not place this product where the cord will be walked on.
♦ If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the total of the ampere rating
of the products plugged into the extension cord does not exceed the extension cord ampere
rating. Also, make sure that the total of all products plugged into the wall outlet does not
exceed 15 amperes.
♦ Do not push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on the product.
♦ Except as specifically explained in this manual, do not attempt to service this product by
yourself. Opening and removing the covers that are marked “Do Not Remove” may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other risks. Refer all servicing in these compartments to
qualified service personnel.
♦ Unplug this product from the wall outlet and contact qualified service personnel after any of
the following events:
• The power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
• Liquid has been spilled into the product.
• The product has been exposed to rain or water.
• The product does not operate normally when the operating instructions are followed.
Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions since improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require service by a
qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation.
• The product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
• The product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
♦ Keep the poly bag which this equipment came packed in away from children, and or dispose
of it safely to prevent children from putting it on. Putting it on can cause suffocation.
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Chapter 5 Specification
5.1 Printing Specification
Type UP-400
Printing method Direct Line Thermal
Dot pitch 8 dot/mm
Printing speed 210 mm per second (Max.)
Printing width 72 mm / 576 dots
Character structure 8 × 16 (font B) 12 × 24 (font A)
Printing columns 64 columns/line 44 columns/line
Character size 1.00 × 2.00 1.50 × 3.00
Fonts US-ASCII, Katakana, international characters
Feed speed 220 mm per second
Interface RS232C (serial), 10/100 Base - T/ TX
Command ESC/POS compliant
Paper width & diameter 80 mm(W) × 80 mm Dia. Max.
Thermal head life 100 km or more
Cutting method *1
Partial cut (one point left uncut) *1
Operating temperature 5 °C ∼ 35 °C
Storage temperature -20 °C ∼ 60 °C
Dimension 145 mm(W) × 193.2 mm(L) × 120.1 mm(H)
Transfer speed 38.4 kBps (Max.) : RS-232C
Supply current in standby 24 V DC / 100 mA
Mean current Approx. 1.3 A *2
Power consumption Approx. 40 W *2
Weight 1.1 kg
Barcode alignment
Near end sensor Near end sensor
*1 CAUTION : Paper must be fed 3 mm after cutting to prevent paper jam.
*2 These values vary according to environmental temperature when printed font A (12 × 24)
with a rolling pattern.
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5.2 Paper Specification
Paper width: 79.5 ±0.5 mm(3.13 ±0.02")
Paper roll size: Roll diameter: Maximum 80 mm (3.15")
Take-up paper roll width: 80 +0.5/ -1.0 mm (3.15 +0.02/ -0.04")
Specified paper: Specified thermal roll paper: NTP080-80
[Paper: TF50KS-E2D Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd.]
Packaged roll paper:
[Paper: PD160R-N (Oji Paper Mfg. Co., Ltd.)]
The following paper can be used instead of the paper above:
Paper: HP220AB1 (Mitsubishi Paper Mills Ltd.)
Paper roll spool diameter: Inside 12 mm (0.47")
Outside 18 mm (0.71")
NOTE : The end of the paper roll must be free to come off the spool when finished. It must not
be adhesively attached or attached in another semi-permanent manner.
5.3 Interface Specification
5.3.1 RS-232C Specification
Data transmission: Serial. EIA RS232C compliant
Synchronization: Asynchronous
Handshaking: DTR/DSR or XON/XOFF control (*)
Signal levels: MARK = -3 to -15 V: Logic “1”/OFF
SPACE = +3 to +15 V: Logic “0”/ON
Baud rate: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400 bps (*)
Data word length: 8 bits, 7 bits (*)
Parity Settings: None, even, odd (*)
Stop bits: 1 or more
Connector (printer side): Male DSUB-9 pin connector
*The data word length, baud rate, and parity depend on the DIP switch settings. (Refer to
Appendix DIP Switch.)
5.3.2 RS-232C Interface Connection Example
Host Side Printer Side
(DTE ex.8251) (Pin No.)
TxD RxD (2)
RxD TxD (3)
DTR DSR (6)
DSR DTR (4)
RTS
CTS
GND GND (5)
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5.3.3 LAN Connector
Pin Description
1 TX+
2 TX-
3 RX+
4 Isolated GND
5 Isolated GND
6 RX-
7 Isolated GND
8 Isolated GND
5.3.4 Power Supply Connector
The connector is connected the printer to an external power source.
Pin Description
1 +24 V
2 GND
3 NC
Shell FG
Shell
1
2
3
1
8
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5.3.5 Drawer Kick-out Connector
The pulse specified by ESC p or DLE DC4 is output to this connector. The HOST can confirm
the status of the input signal by using the DLE EOT, GS a, or GS r commands.
Pin I/O Description
1 - Frame ground
2 Output Drawer kick-out drive signal 1
3 Input Drawer open/ close signal
4 Output +24 V
5 Output Drawer kick signal 2 *
6 - Signal ground
*Two drawers can be used with a Y-cable that meets the following specifications.
Pin 1: Frame ground Pin1
Pin 2: Drawer kick-out drive signal 1 Pin2
Pin 3: Drawer open/close signal Pin3
Pin 4: +24 V Pin4
Pin 5: Drawer kick-out signal 2 Pin6
Pin 6: Signal ground Pin 6 Pin1
Pin2
Pin3
Pin4
Pin6
Connector Model:
Printer side: MOLEX52065-6615 or equivalent
Used side: 6-position 6-contact (RJ12 telephone jack)
Connector of
Drawer No.1
Connector of
Drawer No.2
1 6
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APPENDIX Dip Switch/ ID setting
A.1 Setting & Checking the Dip Switchs
A.1.1 Dip switch 1 setting
No. Contentes Status Status
1 Reset By Dtr Signals Off Invalid On Valid
2 Reserved Off Fixed to Off
3 Protocol *2 Off XON/XOFF On DTR/DSR
4
Baid rate Refer to the table “a” below.
5
6
Parity Refer to the table “b” below.
7
8 Busy status Off Buffer full On Buffer full + OFFLINE
9 Low power consumption mode *1 Off Off On On
10 3 mm feed after auto cut Off Valid On Invalid
*1 Printing speed is fixed to 150 mm/sec. max. and power consumption to approx. 8 A max.
(instantaneous value).
*2 In case of connecting by LAN, select “ON”.
Table “a” Baud rate Table “b” Parity
No. 4800 bps 9600 bps 19200 bps 38400 bps No. NON EVEN ODD NON
4 off off on on 6 off off on on
5 off on off on 7 off on off on
A.1.2 Dip switch 2 setting
No. Contentes Status Status
1 Data reception error Off Print “?” On Ignore
2 Bit length Off 8 bit On 7 bit
3 Reception buffer full Off *1 On *2
4 Set ID/ set IP Off Set ID On Set IP
5 Use DHCP server Off Disable On Enable
6 Set default value Off On Set default value
7 Undefined Off / On /
8 Undefined Off / On /
*1 Until the room of the reception buffer increases from 1k bytes to 2k bytes
*2 Until the non-processing data in the reception buffer decreases from 31 bytes to 21 bytes
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For changing DIP switch setting
1. Make sure that Power of the printer is turned
off.
2. Loose the screw and remove the metal plate
at the bottom of the printer.
3. Change the status of DIP switch by using
something with a point.
4. Replace the metal cover and fasten the screw.

ON
ON
1
1
Remove the screw and metal cover.
DIP Switch Position
CAUTION : The new status becomes effective when the printer power is turned on.
OFF
DIP 1
ON
OFF
DIP 2
ON
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A.2 Setting ID or IP number
A.2.1 ID number setting
1. Loose the screw and remove the metal plate
at the bottom of the printer.
2. Make sure that the Dip switch 2-4 is in “Off”
positon (Set ID).
3. Turn on the printer.
4. Press the “Enter SW” until the display blinking.
(after a while, the printer blinks “0” twice and
displays “0” continuously)
5. Press the “Select SW” until the appropriate
number (upper digit) appearing on the display.
6. Press the “Enter SW”.
(after a while, the printer blinks “0” twice and
displays “0” continuously)
7. Press the “Select SW” until the appropriate
number (lower digit) appearing on the display.
8. Press the “Enter SW”.
(after setting D1, the display is turned off.)
9. Replace the metal cover and fasten the screw.
Note: Perform “1-5 Self test” to confirm the ID number setting.
A.2.2 IP number setting
1. Loose the screw and remove the metal plate
at the bottom of the printer.
2. Make sure that the Dip switch 2-4 is in “On”
positon (Set IP).
3. Turn on the printer.
4. Press the “Enter SW” until the display blinking.
(after a while, the printer blinks “0” twice and
displays “0” continuously)
5. Press the “Select SW” until the appropriate
number (10-th digit) appearing on the display.
6. Press the “Enter SW”.
(after a while, the printer blinks “0” twice and
displays “0” continuously)
7. Repeat step 5. and 6, 11-times to set the lower
digits.
(after setting D1, the display is turned off.)
8. Replace the metal cover and fasten the screw.
Note: Perform “1-5 Self test” to confirm the IP number setting.
ID No.: D2 D1
IP : D12D11D10D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
Select SW
Enter SW
Display

DIP SW 2-4
Select SW
Enter SW
Display

DIP SW 2-4
Example:
In case of setting “192.168.0.15”, enter “1”,
“9”, “2”, “1”, “6”, “8“, “0”, “0”, “0”, “0”, “1”, “5”.
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UP-400*E
CA0810-B Printed in China
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan

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