DATACARD CP80 PRINTER DRIVER DOWNLOAD

Full-color print speed of up to cards per hour one-sided , up to cards per hour two-sided and up to cards per hour two-sided, print and laminate. The clutch is engaged and the motor rotates the flipper to the vertical position. Testing the Ribbon and Pick Motors Because the ribbon and pick motors are identical, swapping the two motors can isolate whether the motor is faulty or the control board is faulty. Page Click on the Run All button. Communication Communication Communication with non-contact smart cards is slightly more complicated because there is no physical connection between the interface and the card.

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Laminator Components The duplex motor drives a gear on the duplex clutch. DougDeals accepts international cards via PayPal. Lower Laminator Transport Rollers as viewed in the photograph. See all condition definitions – opens in a new window or tab Will usually ship within 3 business days of receiving cleared payment – opens in a new window or tab.

Unplug the magnetic head from the magnetic stripe board. Insert the cam into its retaining points. Use the Up or Down arrow to change the value in each field, and press the Enter key to move the cursor to the next field.

Pick Roller Press in on the transport chassis locking tabs, and lift up on the back of the transport assembly. Gently lift the cam out of the chassis, taking care not to bind the gears.

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Miscellaneous Most of the communication aspects and the data transfer are controlled by an external software application that is transparent to the printer. Remove the heater wires.

Datacard ID Printers: Datacard CP80 Plus

For parts or not working Sale ends in: Enclosure Components If the printer is equipped with locking covers, you will need to remove the two security screws from the inside of the swingarm just below the printhead fan. Page Cable Replacement Procedure Some of the cables described below are optional and may not be present on all printers. Load the sticky cleaning card in the output hopper just below the static brush.

Page Remove the two screws that secure the pick motor to the transport chassis, and remove the motor and roller. The cards are not being handed assemblies.

By purchasing this item, the buyer is agreeing that they will not seek reimbursement should the item not function to manufacturer’s specifications.

Cards are consistently scratched. It is not necessary to fully remove the carrier. Only a dual laminator printer will have a hand guard. Laminator Routine Maintenance Procedures The entire routine maintenance procedure should be completed each time the laminator is serviced. Repeat the previous two steps datscard the other wire.

A logo loaded into flash memory is too large. Safety Issues All Datacard products are built to strict datafard and reliability specifications in accordance with UL and CUL requirements; therefore, safety issues pertaining to operation and repair of Datacard equipment are primarily environmental and human interface.

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Page Remove the drive roller: Page 29 The strobe setting value is a baseline number for a look-up table that the printer calculates for each printed column. Press in on the transport chassis locking tabs, and lift up on the back of the transport assembly.

Datacard CP80 Plus

Output Hopper Removal Procedure Turn off the printer and unplug the power cord. Temperature The Temperature setting controls the operating temperature of the heated roller while it is applying the laminate material to the card. Tilt the flipper assembly up and remove the whole assembly. Click Reset Printer as it is a good practice to reset the printer before returning to card production. Page Press the Up or Down primter until the Configuration menu is displayed, and press the Enter key to access the menu.

Page 58 Inspect the ribbon cartridge. Although the name is complex, the concept is simple: