These massive stainless steel workhorses are intended to be an invisible piece of a bigger part of production equipment, facilitating the process of finalizing production through package identification. The A-Class consists of both 4-inch and 6-inch wide print engines with , , or dpi resolution available in both right- and left-hand models. The Datamax A-Class, as a stainless steel product, is designed to address the specialized corrosion resistant needs found in applications such as the food processing industry. The A-Class was developed for demanding multi-shift, mission critical applications that require optimal throughput from an easy to operate, highly durable print engine. The A-Class utilizes the same electronics card cage design as is found in the popular Datamax I-Class. This allows integrators to choose from a selection of connectivity options to be easily inserted into the card cage.
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Clean the print head to remove any salt or oil left from handling prior to operation. Turn power switch off, unplug the power cord. Open the print head assembly by using the right side plastic lever.
Loosen the print head mounting screw, which is located on the top of the print head assembly. Loosen the screw only until it is free from the threads of the print head releases. Remove the media and ribbon. Carefully unplug the print head cables from the print head. Attach the print head cable to the new print head. Slide a new print head into the print head assembly. Print head will be aligned to the two mounting pins on the print head matching mounting holes. Tighten the print head mounting screw.
Reinstall the media and ribbon. Firmly push print head to close and lock the print head assembly. Plug in the power cord and turn the power switch on. NOTE: Normally, mechanical adjustment is not necessary when replacing the print head. Mounting screws on the mount assembly automatically locate the print head. However, if the new print head performs poorly, some adjustment may be necessary.
DATAMAX DMX-M-4208 Industrial / Commercial Label Printer
Precision die-cast aluminum frame designed for manufacturability. Supplies loading diagram embossed into the frame Makes loading intuitive. No diagram of the paper path to lose. Color coded component cues Components that can be touched, moved or adjusted are green and easily recognizable. Reduces training time. More intuitive.
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