Question about Toshiba TEC B-452 Thermal Label Printer
Check that you have chosen the correct detection (Trasmissive)
This looks like you are using continuous paper.
Posted on Dec 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The factory default settings for the S600 is to auto calibrate every time the printhead is closed and every time the power is cycled. If the media sensor is not positioned correctly for the media you are using the label size will not be detected during a calibration. You mentioned the media has no markings, doe sthe media have a space between the labels? If so, the media sensor may not see the gap in the labels adn therefor is not calibrating properly or not calibrating at all. Check the media sensor position. I have found that the media sensor must be at least 1" from the inner wall of the printer so it doesn't see the edge of the backing in oder to read the size of the labels.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
it depends if you are working with driver, label software or escape commands. If you are working with escapes you can try with command AY, refer to the programming manual.
If you are working with Seagull driver you can adjust the print density in OPTIONS
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: NEED TO CALIBRATE MY SX4
Switch the printer on with the buttons feed and pause pressed.Press feed to display Sensor adjust. Press pause until transmissive is displayed. With the liner in the cells press on restart until a star is displayed next to the value (around 4.7V) press Pause the calibration is finished. In my opinion, you should check the size of your label and the distance between the labels (label gap) and also check that you have selected the correct detection (Transmissive for gap or relective for black mark)
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
What is the software used?
Normally the printer will decrement or increment its counters when the correct instructions are sent, If it is the pc that sends the labels then your problem is due to the pc.
Otherwise if the count is internal then external electromagnetic noises may cause this sort of phenomenon.
If it's on a parallel port, then your problem may comme from the vibrations of the printer. The init signal on this port is very near to a gnd pin and with the vibrations this causes a reset of the printer.
Last problem may come from a firmware deterioration. All depends cpu either the firmware is Eprom or Rom.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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