Modes of Operation
Modes of Operation
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Modes of Operation

The printer has many operating configurations and hardware options. Here is a partial list of some of the operating modes that this versatile printer can do.
  • Direct thermal printing (which uses heat-sensitive media to print).
  • Thermal transfer printing with ribbon rolls (which use heat and pressure to transfer ink from the ribbon to media).
  • Standard Tear-Off mode allows you to tear off each label/receipt or batch print a strip of labels and tear them off after it is printed.
  • Label Dispense Mode: If an optional dispenser is installed, the backing material can be peeled away from the label as it is printed. After this label is removed, the next one is printed.
  • Media Cutting: If an optional media cutter is installed, the printer can cut the label liner between labels, receipt paper, or tag stock.
  • Linerless media printing with Cut or Tear-Off label options for easy pick and place label applications.
  • Internet of Things (IoT) data tools (Savanna)
  • Stand-alone: The printer can print without being directly connected to a computer.
    • A printer with the Color Touch Display option can use menus to access and print a label format/form.
    • A Link-OS App connecting via Bluetooth (Wireless option).
    • An auto-running label format/form (programming based).
    • A data input device connected to the printer's USB Host port or serial port. This accommodates data input devices, such as scanners, weigh scales, keyboards, etc.
    • Use the printer with an Attached Battery option and wireless communication via mobile configuration apps or the desktop computer (apps, drivers, and programs).
  • Shared network printing: Printers configured with Ethernet (LAN) and Wi-Fi interface options include an internal print server.