These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Table of Contents Alert Definitions Reset Factory Default Settings
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These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Table of Contents Alert Definitions Reset Factory Default Settings Wall Mounting Replacing the Ribbon Cassette Alerts you to helpful tips information given as a guide to action. Alerts you to supplementary information that is essential to the completion of a task. Alerts you to possible data loss, breaches of security, or other more serious problems.
Improper insertion of the plug may result in fire or electric shock. High voltage is present inside that may lead to an electric shock. This may lead to a fire or electric shock. We are confident this unit will give you full satisfaction.
Items such as the time and date are preset at the factory. After plugging in the power cord to the wall outlet, this unit can be used. However, we recommend reading this manual before you start using this unit.
If equipment has been damaged in transit, report the extent of damage to the transportation company and to Acroprint. Order replacement equipment, if necessary. Turn the key in the clockwise position to unlock the unit.
Remove the cover. Refer to Open Unit below. Plug the AC Adapter into the back of the unit. Ribbon May Dislodge. Insert the key into the lock on the cover of the unit.
Turn the key in the counter-clockwise position to lock the unit. Refer to Close Unit below. Insert a card to get a sample print. Refer to Power the Unit below. Refer to Print Position on Time Card below. After each use, replace the cover and lock it. After performing each procedure on the unit, remember to press SET until the unit returns to normal operation mode. To exit program mode anytime, press SET until the unit returns to normal operation mode.
When you are setting a digit or an option on the display, flashing means that it is ready to be changed. Refer to Atomic Synchronization Time Zones on page 8. Refer to Time Recorder Menu below. Refer to Time Recorder Function Buttons below. The selected program mode is indicated by S on the display. Changing the Time Zone will change the Time. Press SET. The flashing changes from "Hour" to "Minute". AM Change Minute 1. Date Example: Change the date from September 20, to October 21, The flashing changes from "Year" to "Month".
The flashing changes from "Month" to "Date". Change Date 1. The flashing digit indicates "Hour Display Format Options". Change Hour 1. Refer to Hour Display Options below. The flashing digit indicates "Print Order Options". Refer to Print Order Options on page D '08 JAN 31 10 M. Refer to Year Digit Options below. The flashing digit indicates "Type of Hour". The flashing digit indicates from "Hour" to "Minute". Refer to Type of Minute Options below.
The flashing digit indicates "Leading Zero Options". Refer to Leading Zero Options below. Preset Comments Prior to enabling Preset Comments, refer to Print Order Options on page 14 to ensure that you have set up the print order options to allow Preset Comments options 12 through 18 allow Preset Comments. The flashing digit indicates "Comment Options". Change Comment Options 1. Refer to Preset Comment Options below.
Example: Change the print language to French. The flashing digit indicates "Print Language Options". Refer to Language Options table below. Print Length The print length default is 4. You may select from six font sizes refer to Print Length Examples below. Example: Change the print length from the 4 to 2. The flashing digit indicates "Print Length Options". The flashing digit indicates "Print Direction Options". Change Print Direction 1. Refer to Print Direction Options below.
Change Print Activation 1. Refer to Print Activation Options below. Refer to Press Push Bar below. Refer to DST below. Once the unit is set, it automatically updates the settings every year thereafter. No further manual setting is necessary. Refer to DST on page Change the Date 1. The "Starting Date" of the display changes from flashing to steady and the S mark is displayed under "SU". The flashing digit indicates "Year".
In this example, the "Year" is not being changed. Change the Month 1. The "Ending Date" of the display changes from flashing to steady and the S mark is displayed under "SU". The first two digits flash. Change the First Two Digits 1.
The flashing changes to the last two digits. Change the Last Two Digits 1. Enter Password Once the password is set, you must enter the current password before changing any settings. The numbers "" are displayed and the first two digits flash. Set the Last Two Digits 1. Press SET twice. Refer to Press Reset Button below.
Refer to Factory Default Settings on page All custom settings will be deleted and will revert to the factory default settings when the reset switch is pressed. Install the supplied wall-mount screws by using the template.
Refer to Install Wall-Mount Screws below. The recommended height from the floor to the bottom of the unit is 45". Open the unit.
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