Fargo 4225 Download Drivers

Available 4 files for 4225
Company
Fargo
Categories
Printers
Model
Fargo 4225
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Macintosh
Version Driver
1.0.3
Size Driver
589Kb
File Name
4250.hqx
Company
Fargo
Categories
Printers
Model
Fargo 4225
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 3.x
Version Driver
4.3.1
Size Driver
173Kb
File Name
422531.exe
Info
Smart Card Commands

Commands to printer (in command mode):

Name Actual Code Description

ESC - S0 $1B $00 $02 $53 $30 Smart Card primer, follow with ESC - i or Printing.
This command causes the card to be put into the smart card slot and to be returned
or ejected based on the input from the two control inputs.

ESC - S1 $1B $00 $02 $53 $31 Smart Card primer, follow with ESC - i or Printing.
This command causes the card to be put into the smart card slot
and return when there is data present in the parallel port.

ESC - i $1B $00 $02 $69 Card Infeed to printing station, encode if primed.
This command feeds a card from the card hopper to the printing station.
If there is already a card at the printing station, no new card is fed.
Use this command after the ESC - S1 command.

ESC - e $1B $00 $02 $65 Card eject from printing station.
This command ejects a card from the printing station.
Use this command to eject a bad card after using the ESC - S1 command.

Print $1B $00 $FF . . . Start-of-Graphics command, enter print mode.
This command causes the printer to leave command mode and enter print mode.
The first thing that the printer will do is feed a card as if it had received
the ESC - i command. Encoding will be done if primed. The printer will print
the card and return to command mode when the card is ejected.
Typical command sequences:

TOP0:
send ESC - S0 // Prime for smart card, using control inputs.
send Print // Feed card and put in smart card slot.
wait for control inputs to be received.
if the smart card is to be ejected
input /pin5 and /pin9 // Card will be ejected with an error.
goto TOP0 // The reprint feature rewinds the buffer to do this for you.

else input /pin9 // Card will be returned to printing station.
continue print
end if
end
TOP1:
send ESC - S1 // Prime for smart card, not using control inputs.
send ESC - i // Feed card and put in smart card slot.
wait for next byte from parallel port.
if the smart card is to be ejected
send ESC - e // Eject bad card.
goto TOP1 // Repeat sequence if you want to try again.

else send Print // Enter print mode if printing is required.
end if
end

New Smart Card Connections

The 9-pin connector at the rear of the printer is now wired directly to the smart card receptacle
without going through the printer's P. C. board first. Only the signals that the printer needs
to monitor are connected to the printer's P. C. board.

The 9-pin Sub-D connector is connected directly to the smart card receptacle board as before:

X. Cut wire (ribbon cable wire #1) connected to GND on the smart card receptacle board.
1. /SW - Switch closure to GND to indicate card-in-place.
2. C5 - GND supply for system, ground reference for /SW.
3. C6 - smart card line.
4. C7 - smart card line.
5. C8 - smart card line, monitored by printer as FNB or /Error signal (mode S0).
6. C1 - smart card line.
7. C2 - smart card line.
8. C3 - smart card line.
9. C4 - smart card line, monitored by printer as FNA or /Done signal (mode S0).
Company
Fargo
Categories
Printers
Model
Fargo 4225
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-Me
Version Driver
4.3.1
Size Driver
160Kb
File Name
422595.exe
Info
Smart Card Commands

Commands to printer (in command mode):

Name Actual Code Description

ESC - S0 $1B $00 $02 $53 $30 Smart Card primer, follow with ESC - i or Printing.
This command causes the card to be put into the smart card slot and to be returned
or ejected based on the input from the two control inputs.

ESC - S1 $1B $00 $02 $53 $31 Smart Card primer, follow with ESC - i or Printing.
This command causes the card to be put into the smart card slot
and return when there is data present in the parallel port.

ESC - i $1B $00 $02 $69 Card Infeed to printing station, encode if primed.
This command feeds a card from the card hopper to the printing station.
If there is already a card at the printing station, no new card is fed.
Use this command after the ESC - S1 command.

ESC - e $1B $00 $02 $65 Card eject from printing station.
This command ejects a card from the printing station.
Use this command to eject a bad card after using the ESC - S1 command.

Print $1B $00 $FF . . . Start-of-Graphics command, enter print mode.
This command causes the printer to leave command mode and enter print mode.
The first thing that the printer will do is feed a card as if it had received
the ESC - i command. Encoding will be done if primed. The printer will print
the card and return to command mode when the card is ejected.
Typical command sequences:

TOP0:
send ESC - S0 // Prime for smart card, using control inputs.
send Print // Feed card and put in smart card slot.
wait for control inputs to be received.
if the smart card is to be ejected
input /pin5 and /pin9 // Card will be ejected with an error.
goto TOP0 // The reprint feature rewinds the buffer to do this for you.

else input /pin9 // Card will be returned to printing station.
continue print
end if
end
TOP1:
send ESC - S1 // Prime for smart card, not using control inputs.
send ESC - i // Feed card and put in smart card slot.
wait for next byte from parallel port.
if the smart card is to be ejected
send ESC - e // Eject bad card.
goto TOP1 // Repeat sequence if you want to try again.

else send Print // Enter print mode if printing is required.
end if
end

New Smart Card Connections

The 9-pin connector at the rear of the printer is now wired directly to the smart card receptacle
without going through the printer's P. C. board first. Only the signals that the printer needs
to monitor are connected to the printer's P. C. board.

The 9-pin Sub-D connector is connected directly to the smart card receptacle board as before:

X. Cut wire (ribbon cable wire #1) connected to GND on the smart card receptacle board.
1. /SW - Switch closure to GND to indicate card-in-place.
2. C5 - GND supply for system, ground reference for /SW.
3. C6 - smart card line.
4. C7 - smart card line.
5. C8 - smart card line, monitored by printer as FNB or /Error signal (mode S0).
6. C1 - smart card line.
7. C2 - smart card line.
8. C3 - smart card line.
9. C4 - smart card line, monitored by printer as FNA or /Done signal (mode S0).
Company
Fargo
Categories
Printers
Model
Fargo 4225
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows NT-2000
Version Driver
1.2.5
Size Driver
136Kb
File Name
4225nt.exe
Info
Smart Card Commands

Commands to printer (in command mode):

Name Actual Code Description

ESC - S0 $1B $00 $02 $53 $30 Smart Card primer, follow with ESC - i or Printing.
This command causes the card to be put into the smart card slot and to be returned
or ejected based on the input from the two control inputs.

ESC - S1 $1B $00 $02 $53 $31 Smart Card primer, follow with ESC - i or Printing.
This command causes the card to be put into the smart card slot
and return when there is data present in the parallel port.

ESC - i $1B $00 $02 $69 Card Infeed to printing station, encode if primed.
This command feeds a card from the card hopper to the printing station.
If there is already a card at the printing station, no new card is fed.
Use this command after the ESC - S1 command.

ESC - e $1B $00 $02 $65 Card eject from printing station.
This command ejects a card from the printing station.
Use this command to eject a bad card after using the ESC - S1 command.

Print $1B $00 $FF . . . Start-of-Graphics command, enter print mode.
This command causes the printer to leave command mode and enter print mode.
The first thing that the printer will do is feed a card as if it had received
the ESC - i command. Encoding will be done if primed. The printer will print
the card and return to command mode when the card is ejected.
Typical command sequences:

TOP0:
send ESC - S0 // Prime for smart card, using control inputs.
send Print // Feed card and put in smart card slot.
wait for control inputs to be received.
if the smart card is to be ejected
input /pin5 and /pin9 // Card will be ejected with an error.
goto TOP0 // The reprint feature rewinds the buffer to do this for you.

else input /pin9 // Card will be returned to printing station.
continue print
end if
end
TOP1:
send ESC - S1 // Prime for smart card, not using control inputs.
send ESC - i // Feed card and put in smart card slot.
wait for next byte from parallel port.
if the smart card is to be ejected
send ESC - e // Eject bad card.
goto TOP1 // Repeat sequence if you want to try again.

else send Print // Enter print mode if printing is required.
end if
end

New Smart Card Connections

The 9-pin connector at the rear of the printer is now wired directly to the smart card receptacle
without going through the printer's P. C. board first. Only the signals that the printer needs
to monitor are connected to the printer's P. C. board.

The 9-pin Sub-D connector is connected directly to the smart card receptacle board as before:

X. Cut wire (ribbon cable wire #1) connected to GND on the smart card receptacle board.
1. /SW - Switch closure to GND to indicate card-in-place.
2. C5 - GND supply for system, ground reference for /SW.
3. C6 - smart card line.
4. C7 - smart card line.
5. C8 - smart card line, monitored by printer as FNB or /Error signal (mode S0).
6. C1 - smart card line.
7. C2 - smart card line.
8. C3 - smart card line.
9. C4 - smart card line, monitored by printer as FNA or /Done signal (mode S0).
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