Performing a self test can help you determine basic functionality, such as confirming the print head in the LabelWriter is functioning correctly, that the label sensor is working, and that the device is receiving power. During the self test, the LabelWriter will print labels with varying line patterns. Broken lines or gaps on the label during the self test can indicate a problem with the LabelWriter.
This test can be confirmed in conjunction with the label feed button. Pressing this once should feed one label. If no label is fed,… Continue reading
Printing Labels with the Built-In Software
The following diagram shows some of the features available in the software.
To print your first label:
- Click once on the label in the Edit area and type some text.
- Click the print button to print the label.
To capture and insert an image from your desktop:
- Click the capture button on the toolbar.
- Drag the cursor to draw a selection box around the area to capture. The selected area is inserted into your label.
To take advantage of more advanced formatting features, click the… Continue reading
Configuring the Label Maker as a Wireless Printer
You can use your label maker either as a local printer connected to a powered USB port on your computer or as a networked printer on your wireless network.
You must have a network with a wireless router or access point to use your label maker as a wireless network printer.
Before configuring the label maker, you must determine the connection method to use to connect to your wireless network. Refer to the documentation that came with your router or access point to determine the connection… Continue reading
Inserting the Battery Pack
The label maker is powered using a rechargeable lithium-ion polymer (LiPo) battery pack. Make sure the USB cable is disconnected before handling the LiPo battery pack.
Insert the battery pack:
- Press and pull to open the side cover of the label maker.
- Insert the battery pack into the battery compartment as shown
Performing a self test can help you determine if the print head in the LabelWriter is functioning properly. During the self test, the LabelWriter will print labels with varying line patterns. Broken lines or gaps on the label during the self test can indicate a problem with the LabelWriter.
LabelWriter with a Power Switch
- Turn off the LabelWriter using the power switch located on the back. Ensure labels are loaded in the LabelWriter.
- Press and hold down on the form feed button.
- As you’re holding down on the form feed… Continue reading