Godex KP-200 Download Manual

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Company
Godex
Categories
Printers
Model
Godex KP-200
Description
Document PDF
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
48Kb
File Name
m_kp-200_e.pdf
Info
1. DIAGRAM FOR SET UP ..................................................................1
2. INTRODUCTION..............................................................................1
3. POWER ON SEQUENCE.................................................................1
4. EDIT MODE OPERATION..............................................................2
5. PRINT MODE OPERATION. ........................................................10
6. ERASE FORMAT............................................................................11
7. ERASE ALL FORMAT ...................................................................11
8. SPECIAL FEATURES OPERATION ............................................12
Appendix A. Pin Assignment ................................................................12
Appendix B. Font Expansions ..............................................................14
2. INTRODUCTION
The KP-200 Stand-alone keyboard control Terminal supports four types of operation.
a. EDIT MODE OPERATION.
The operator can design or edit label formats by themselves. The label formats can be
stored in an interchangeable memory module. A maximum of eight formats may be
stored in each nterchangeable memory module.
b. PRINT MODE OPERATION.
Print the restored label format on the EZ-2 or EZ-4 Thermal Printer.
c. ERASE MODE OPERATION.
Delete an individual label format.
d. ERASE ALL MODE OPERATION.
Erase entire contents of interchangeable memory module.
3. POWER ON SEQUENCE
Connect the KP-200 keyboard to the EZ-2 or EZ-4 9 pin RS232 port with the interface
cable provided.
Power on the printer display show Product name and Version number.

There are four operation modes (as described in the introduction) that may be selected.
The keyboard operator can select the desired mode of operation by highlighting it with
the cursor keys and then pressing
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