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Steps on how to change a IP Address on a Datamax I-4208

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You need to go to menu mode configuration. 1 will go up 2 will go down the menu items ent is the select.
go to nic adapter and go to wired dhcp you can disable dhcp there and configure the IP address

Posted on Feb 22, 2012

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press MENU then enter(cancel) then FWD(feed) appear sensor type then press ENTER(cancel)
then choose continuous >>>

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SOURCE: datamax dmx-i-4208 (ribbon fault)

Re-calibrate the printer. If still not working, take out the ribbon assembly by removing 3 screws and check the sensor ( "L" shaped plastic glass). If still not working, buy a new ribbon assembly.

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After changing the size of your labels the printer needs to measure the new label length. Press the feed button for four seconds (wiht new labels loaded & printhead locked down). If this doesn't fix your problem you need to correctly position the media sensor.Make sure the short white line on the media sensor is above the label gap.

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Try moving the sliding green media guide out from the wall about 1/4 to 1/2 inch, until the white line is under the label path. This green piece holds the label sensor, which needs to be under the labels so it can sense the gap between labels (or the black mark on the bottom side of the backing, if there is no gap). Also, on the printer menu you must choose whether your stock has a gap (aka web) or black mark (aka reflective).

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How do i find my ip address


Please tell your printer model. If the printer has a touch screen support you can view the ip from network settings option on the printer. You can also see the ip of the printer by connecting it to your computer through a normal cable and going to its properties.

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HOW TO FIND THE ip ADDRESS ON A DATAMAX i-4208


To view or set the IP Address on a Datamax I-4208, use the Front Control Panel on the printer and follow these steps:
Press Menu, go to Communications, then NIC Adapter, then IP Address.

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How do i find IP address DATAMAX


Just print out the configuration through test button

May 16, 2014 | Datamax I-4208 Thermal Label Printer

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Change ip address


On printer front panel, press Menu, go to System Settings, Communications, NIC Adapter.

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Zpl emulation with datamax i-4208


You can't, on this obsolete model. zpl is "Zebra Printer Language." This model of Datamax is dpl only ("Datamax Printer Language"). Most current models of Datamax printers are dpl and zpl compatible.
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Datamax I-4208 has different position than i-4308 or prodigy max


On the I-4208s, press Menu button on front of printer. Go to Print Control. Go to Custom Adjustments. Go to Row Adjust. Change Row setting as needed. Ok to go negative.

Feb 17, 2012 | Datamax I-4208 Thermal Label Printer

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Can I print labels using DPL to a networked Datamax I-4208 using C#.NET?


greg babcok: You can do printing via tcp/ip packets or using Windows spooler. I have some example in vb.net

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Any Thermal Transfer or Direct Thermal label on a 3" i.d. roll with maximum o.d. of 8" and label width between 1" - 4". Thermal transfer labels require appropriate ribbon.

Nov 24, 2009 | Datamax I-4208 Thermal Label Printer

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Datamax I-4208 Thermal Printer.


I have seen quite a few bad nic cards from Datamax, and that may be the problem.
If you can set the card from the printer, then it is seeing the card as it reads directly to the processor when inserted. But the card can still be bad if you cannot ping from the outside.

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You probably need to adjust the leveling cam if you have not done so already. This is the green thumbscrew near the print mechanism.

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