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Tally Dascom DL-200 User Guide V1.1
3
Interface
Standard USB2.0
Options: Parallel / Serial / Ethernet / Wi-Fi / Bluetooth
Driver
Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32 bit / 64 bit)
Operation
environment
5~40 20%~95%RH (non-condensing)
Storage
environment
-40~60 ≤%Rр non-condensing)
Power supply
External adapter 100-240VAC50/60Hz
Dimensions
Standard: 241.1(D)×207 (W)×172.5(H) mm
Big Roll Model: 277.7 (D)×207 (W)×208(H) mm
Weight
1.81KG
1.85KG
Tear bar
Yes, tear upward
Print head reliability
150km
(Condition: use specific thermal roll paper and the print rate is 12%)
Safety Standard
UL, CE, FCC, CCC
Warranty
One year (print head is not included)
Options
Peeler, auto cutter
1.3 Print Media Types
Important Dascom strongly recommends the use of Dascom-brand supplies for
continuous high-quality printing.
Your printer can use various types of media:
• “tadad edia—Most standard (non-continuous) media uses an adhesive backing that sticks
individual labels or a continuous length of labels to a liner.
Cotiuous oll mediaMost continuous roll media is direct thermal media (similar to FAX paper)
and is used for receipt or ticket style printing.
• эieless edia—Linerless labels have an adhesive backing, but they are wound onto a core
without a liner. The media typically is perforated and may have black marks on the bottom surface of
the media to indicate label separations. The top surface of linerless media labels have a special
coating that keeps the labels from sticking to each other. The printer must be equipped with a
special Linerless option to be able to use linerless media to keep the media from sticking to the
printer.
• Tag stok—Tags are usually made from a heavy paper (up to 0.0075in./0.19mm thick). Tag stock
does not have adhesive or a liner, and it is typically perforated between tags.
For more information on basic media types, see the following table.
The printer typically uses roll media, but you can use fan-fold or other continuous media too. Use the
correct media for the type of printing you require. You must use direct thermal media.When printing
without a ribbon, you must use direct thermal media. When using ribbon, you must use thermal
transfer media.
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