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Monday, February 18, 2002
Primera Inscripta Thermal CD Printer

2. Package/First Impressions

Primera Inscripta Thermal Printer - Page 2

Package/First Impressions

- Unpacking:

Among with the main unit, our special package included:
- Power Adapter and Power Cord
- Printer driver and software
- Black monochrome and blue/black ink ribbons
- Warranty statement and registration card
- Quick start guide

Let's take a look at the main printer

On the front you can see the CD tray button which opens or closes the CD tray for loading and ejecting CDs. The button also is pressed and held while power is applied in order to perform a self-test. Also, the printer can be reset while unit's power is on by pressing and holding this button.

The Ribbon Catridge eject button is pressed to remove the ribbon catridge for ribbon replacement.

The LED status light indicates that power is ON. It is solid when the printer is busy processing data, blinks slowly when it is requesting a new CD, and blinks fast to indicate an error, such as the ribbon is out, wrong ribbon installed, tray movement error, tray lift error or memory error.

On the back there is the parallel interface port for Windows-based PC connection. The printer's auxiliary control is for OEM connection to an autoloader or robotic duplication system to control tray in / out and other printer functions.

Above the auxiliary control there is the Image Placement values label. These values must be entered into the vertical and horizontal boxes during the Tab calibration option. These values have been optimized specifically for each printer during final assembly and allow images to be centered on a CD when printed.

The printer provided worked best with the adjusting values shown on the left. The vertical value was "0" and the horizontal "-7"

 




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