Your printer uses a ZPL printer configuration status label to report the printer’s configuration status for both EPL and ZPL operations.
The ZPL style label provides a more intuitive and functionally descriptive naming convention than the EPL style printer status label. Operational status (darkness, speed, media type, etc.), installed printer options (network, interface settings, cutter, etc.), and printer description information (serial number, model name, firmware version, etc.) are all included in the status label. See Printing a Test (Printer Configuration) Label to print this label. See ZPL Printer Configuration Format for details on printer configuration and the ZPL commands that control the printer settings listed on the Printer Configuration Status Label.
To print an EPL style printer configuration status label, send the printer the EPL
See the EPL Programming Guide for more information on the various EPL
commands and interpreting the settings displayed on these labels.