Zebra Barcode Printer FAQs
Performing a printer calibration is recommended whenever you are having issues sensing the labels correctly.
1. Load the labels and ribbon (if used) and close the printer.
2. Turn on the printer power.
3. Allow the printer to feed or error out.
4. Press and hold the feed button until the green status LED flashes 4 times. Release the feed button.
6. The printer will reset and feed several labels to calibrate the media sensor to detect the gap between labels.
If your printer is skipping labels, not stopping on the tear line, data shifting on the label or margin settings and offset not working, then you might have a printer calibration issue. Using the menu to perform a manual calibrate is simple and is the preferred method.
- Enter the menu by pressing the set up/exit button.
- Use the + button to scroll to the entry called “Media power up.” .
- Press PLUS (+) to start the calibration procedure. The LOAD BACKING prompt displays.
- Open the printhead.
- Remove approximately 8inches (203mm) of labels from the backing and pull the media into the printer so that only the backing is between the media sensor.
- Leave the printhead open.
- Press PLUS (+) to continue. The REMOVE RIBBON prompt displays.
- Remove the ribbon (if used).
- Close the printhead.
- Press PLUS (+) to continue. The message CALIBRATING PLEASE WAIT displays.
The printer adjusts the scale (gain) of the signals that it receives from the media and ribbon sensors based on the specific media and ribbon combination being used. On the sensor profile, this essentially corresponds to moving the peak of the graph up or down to optimise the readings for your application.
When calibration is complete, RELOAD ALL displays.
11. Open the printhead and pull the media forward until a label is positioned under the media sensor.
12. Reload the ribbon (if used).
13. Close the printhead.
14. Press PLUS (+) to continue.
15. Press SELECT to accept any changes and deselect the parameter.
Zebra Barcode Scanners FAQs
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Please fill the RMA from for product returns and repairs. Once submitted, a customer service representative will contact you with the status of the request or email you the RMA number.
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