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Operations
Control Panel LCD Display
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13291L-001 Rev. A S4M Maintenance Manual 10/27/05
TAKE LABEL Adjust the Peel Sensor
This parameter appears only if the Peel option is installed.
Range: 0 to 100
Default Value: 66
To modify this parameter:
To increase the value, press the up arrow.
To decrease the value, press the down arrow.
MEDI A POWER UP Select Media Power-Up Option
This parameter sets the action of the media when you turn on the printer.
Selections: CALIBRATION, LENGTH, SHORT CAL, NO MOTION,
FEED
Default Value: CALIBRATION
Calibration—determines the length of the label and adjusts the
sensor settings.
Length—In continuous mode, feeds the last stored label length. In
noncontinuous mode, calibrates based on the maximum label length
setting (see Set Maximum Label Length on page 58).
Short Cal—calibrates label length using the current sensor settings.
No Motion—the media does not move. Press FEED to cause the
printer to resynchronize to the start of the next label.
Feed—feeds the labels to the first registration point.
To modify this parameter:
Press the up or down arrow to display other choices.
HEAD CLOSE Select Head Close Option
This parameter sets the action of the media when you close the printhead.
Selections: CALIBRATION, LENGTH, SHORT CAL, NO MOTION,
FEED
Default Value: CALIBRATION
Calibration—determines the length of the label and adjusts the
sensor settings.
Length—In continuous mode, feeds the last stored label length. In
noncontinuous mode, calibrates based on the maximum label length
setting (see Set Maximum Label Length on page 58).
Short Cal—calibrates label length using the current sensor settings.
No Motion—the media does not move. Press FEED to cause the
printer to resynchronize to the start of the next label.
Feed—feeds the labels to the first registration point.
To modify this parameter:
Press the up or down arrow to display other choices.
Table 14 • Printer Parameters, Password Level 4 (Page 2 of 3)
Parameter Explanation
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