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Printing Bar Code Labels from Intermec 3400

We have a requirement to print asset barcode labels from SAP to intermec 3400 printers. We have been trying to use Smartforms but they only work with the zebra printers.

When using a sample SAPscript which has the barcode embedded in it, the printer is not producing the barcodes. It seems like the barcode commands for the intermec printer need to be very specific.


Do you happen to have any suggestions to go about this. We are trying to print the labels from SAP directly and not use any 3rd party label software like bartender / Label Shop etc.

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    im traing to print a text file with IPL lenguage to a Intermec 4440 but doesn't print have any ideas ?

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Here is the specific intermec syntax (stx(esc)E1(can)(data)(cr)(data)(cr)(etb)(etx)PRINT

You have to send this sequence with no spaces (use hex equivalent or control c etc)

You can call intermec product support or call Scan Source tech support and they will hep you

Best of Luck

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I am using Smartforms with Intermec printer 3400-e and it works in the correct way.
What is the software that you use to build the layout of the label? In my case Loftware.
What is the code to print the Barcodes.
In my case Code 39

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My printer is intermec PF8T i have i SAP program to print patient information but it cannot print the error is orange ligths was the error.


There are a few things to figure out here from a SAP basis administrator perspective these steps are common. Also I am just trying to help and with SAP there could be multiple solutions. Good luck.

Check SAP MarketPlace for SAP note: 1557674

Here are the steps taken from the SAP Community Network which might help. I would suggest reading the entire link as its informative. http://scn.sap.com/thread/1975158
Step:
run SPAD
to create an output device, choose Output Devices on the Devices/Server Tab
click on Display now you will be in Spool Administration window
click on Change button then Create tab will be appear, now you have to put the following information.
Under DeviceAttributees
put the Output Device name with shortname
Device Type: SAPWIN
Device class: Standards printer
you can put Model/Location/Message as per concern.
Under Access Method
Access Method: G
Host Printer: __default
save
for more information about
Device Type
http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nwmobile711/helpdata/en/d9/4a910f51ea11d189570000e829fbbd/content.htm
Access Method
http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/en/4f/9c033cff903105e10000000a114084/content.htm
(1) Choose "S: Print Using SAP Protocol" if a print server with SAPlpd or SAPsprint is used to print barcodes.
(2) Choose "F: Printing on Frontend Computer" if SAPlpd and SAP GUI are used together to print barcodes, SAP GUI sends print job to SAPlpd, SAPlpd is started automatically and forwards the print data stream to the Windows print manager.
(3) Choose "G: Frontend Printing with Control Tech", only SAP GUI is involved in printing barcodes, SAPlpd is not used.

Here are the Intermec drivers:
http://www.intermec.com/support/downloads/index.aspx

Understanding the LED Indicators
LED Meaning
Green (blinking) Auto-Sensing mode
Green (blinking) Downloading font, form, or graphic
Green (solid) Dump mode
Green (solid) Ready mode
Green (solid) Print mode
Orange (solid) Boot mode
Red (blinking) Media jam, overheated print head or stepper
motor
Red (blinking) Downloading firmware
Red (solid) Error mode

Good luck


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The Thermal transfer labels are not readable when I print to the Intermec easy coder PM4I. They print too light. I can use the same ribbon and label stock on an Intermec 3400 printer and they print...


You can adjust the darkness level +/- 10. If you adjust it all the way to 10 and it is still too light, there is a print head pressure adjustment screw to the left of the ribbon feed roller.

Aug 19, 2010 | Intermec EasyCoder PM4i Printer

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I get 2 labels(1 with data and 1 blank)for every label printed


THE LABEL SENSOR IS NOT SENSING THE BEGINNING OF THE NEXT LABEL

Clean the photo eye that senses the label gap with a q tip and alchol

Open side door release print head and remove label stock you will see small photo eye clean

put printer in manual mode( switch 1 on to and 1 on botom on

turn printer on it should advance one label and hit skip it should advance another

put back in computer mode

should work now if it still skips check yur label desigh=n software and label mode (continuous or sense label)


Best of luck to you



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Intermec 3400 label printer - Connected but no printing...


your com setting must be 9600baud 7 data bits even parity

you may need to drop back to win 98

here is the syntax you need to send to the printer STX ESC E5 CAN DATA CR DATA CR ETB ETX PRINT

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Will not print labels


you have connected two printers on a data switch.right.
1. Print test page through Printer driver.
2. If you are using command for printing on Intermec printer, you should not use generic printer.
3. Interchange the cable connected to printers

May 01, 2008 | Intermec EasyCoder PC4 Label Printer

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MAIL MERGER


you have to send the output as such (STX) ESCe5(CAN)(DATA)(CR)(DATA)(CR)(DATA)(ETB)(ETX)PRINT

DO NOT PUT ANY SPACES BETWEEN DATA

LOOK UP SYNTAX AND PRINTING ASAMPLE LABEL IN MANUAL



HOPE THIS HELPS

Dec 04, 2007 | Intermec EasyCoder 3400 Thermal Label...

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Empty light


The label sensor on the 3400 is in the hinged area where a metal plate swings down to make loading labels easier. The sensor can't be adjusted left or right like some other Intermec models, so it's critical that the labels be snug to the left side (as viewed from the front) so the sensor can read the leading and trailing edges of the labels.

There is a small "Guide" in the slot of the plate that should keep the labels in position. Use the thumbscrew beneath the plate to adjust the guide so that the labels are snug but you can still pull the labels without much effort (with the head open). This almost always fixes the problem. If the guide and tumbscrew are missing, look in the bottom of the printer for the pieces, including the washer.

Close the head, hit the Feed button a few times, and labels should feed consistantly (the feeds should probably move the label to the start of the printhead and then to the tear bar).
If the labels still don't feed, be aware that the same light is used to show that the ribbon is out. If you use direct thermal printing (without a ribbon), check the bottom switch on the back is set toward "DT" and then turn the printer off and on to read the switches.

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Intermec 3400 label printer


try here they oft times has a few good referance materials http://epsfiles.intermec.com/eps_files/eps_man/064678.pdf

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