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Electronics, Incorporated. Copyright ? 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 by FARGO Electronics, Incorporated. All rightsExclusive permission is granted toThe revision number for this document will be updated to reflect changes, corrections,Revision Control. Number. Date. Document Title. Revision 1.0These reference documents were thoroughly reviewed to provide FARGO with professionalAt all times, the Copyright Protection Notice for each documentThis reference to otherSystems - Requirements (published by the American Society of Quality, Quality Press. P.O. Box 3005, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201-3005). The ASQ ISO 9000:2000 Handbook (editors, Charles A. Cianfrani, Joseph J. Tsiakals and. John E. West; Second Edition; published by the American Society of Quality, Quality. Press, 600 N. Plankinton Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203). Juran's Quality Handbook (editors, Joseph M. Juran and A. Blanton Godfrey; Fifth Edition. McGraw-Hill). Any questions regarding changes, corrections, updates or enhancements to this documentFARGO Electronics, Incorporated. Support ServicesEden Prairie, MN 55344 (USA)Table of ContentsBookmark not defined. Bookmark not defined. Bookmark notBookmark not defined. Bookmark not defined.Bookmark not defined. Bookmark not defined.Section 1: Introduction. How to use the manual. Installers and Technicians with quick, efficient lookup of related procedures, components andManual. Description. Sequence of Operations. Glossary of Terms and. Specifications (hyper-linked). You can go directly to the Sequence of Operations. Glossary of Terms, Technical Specifications and. Functional Specifications to learn how to use theTable of Contents (hyperlinked). You can use the automated Table of Contents to quicklyTroubleshooting. Replacement, Removal. Diagnostic and Navigation. Procedures (in hyper-linked. Sections). You can go directly to Specifications, General. Troubleshooting, Printer Adjustments, Parts Replacement. Printer Packing, Board Level Diagnostics, LCD On-Line.http://www.lipakeda.nl/uploaded/erosion-and-sedimentation-control-manual-pennsylvania.xml

Menu Navigation and Firmware Updates to findThe section titles are always labeled according to theirCross-Referencing (hyperlinked). You can use the cross-referencing links to quickly locate,Comprehensive IndexYou can use the Comprehensive Index to quickly locateAppendices. You can use Appendix A and B to locate informationReviewing the DTC550 Block DiagramReviewing DTC550 Sequence of Operations. The following sequence describes a DTC550 doing a dual sided full color print job withStep. Process. The File information is received from the PC. The Flipper Stepper activates and rotates the Flipper Table until the Flipper Home. Sensor is activated. The Flipper Stepper rotates the Flipper Table back a specific number of stepsThe Card Detection Sensor detects the presence of a Card in the exception feed. The Hopper Lift Motor activates and lowers the Card Hopper until the Hopper Lift. Sensor detects a change in state. The Card Detection Sensor detects the presence of a Card. If no card is seen, the following takes place:The Hopper Lift Motor activates and raises the Card Hopper until the Hopper. Lift Sensor detects a change in state.The Hopper Transport Motor activates and moves to the other Hopper untilThe Hopper Lift Motor activates and lowers the card Hopper until the Hopper. Lift Sensor is activated.The Card Detection Sensor detects the presence of a Card. The Card Feed Stepper activates and feeds a card through the Cleaning RollerThe Flipper Stepper rotates the Flipper Table a certain number of steps (based onTOF Sensor.Magnetic Encoding Head transfers data onto the Magnetic Stripe.Continued on the next pageReviewing DTC550 Sequence of Operations (continued). Step. ProcessCard Sensor.Encoder is active during this step.)Sensor is activated. All Stop.Stop.Continued on the next pageReviewing DTC550 Boot up Sequence. The Printer checks the installed memory in the Printer. The Printers Firmware is initialized.http://www.istitutogamma.it/public/erosion-and-sediment-pollution-control-program-manual.xml

The Headlift Motor activates and cycles the Printhead one full rotation. The Encoding Feed Motor activates and the Magnetic TOF Sensor checks forThe Hopper Transport Motor activates until the Hopper Position Sensor detectsThe Hopper Lift Motor activates and raises the Hopper until the Hopper Lift. The Card Feed Motor activates to clear any Cards from the Card path.Reviewing the Lamination Module Sequence of Operations. The LAM sequence of operations begins after printing has occurred with the Card Printer. The card is fed onto the Lamination Module Flipper Table. The card is fed to the Card Position Sensor. The Lamination Ribbon Motor begins cycling until the Upper Lamination SensorThe Card Feed Motor activates to center the card on the Platen Roller. The Lamination Roller Lift Motor cycles until the Lamination Roller Lift SensorContinued on the next page. Lamination Station. Securing. Latches. Lamination. Top Cover. LED Light. Cancel. Button. ResumeCard Output. Hopper. Rejection. Card HopperReviewing the Lamination Module Sequence of Operations (continued). The Card Feed Motor and the Lamination Ribbon Motor activate for the length ofThe Lamination Roller Lift Motor cycles until Lamination Roller Lift Sensor detectsThe card is fed back to the Flipper Table. The Flipper Table Clutch engages.Reviewing the Lamination Module Boot up Sequence. The Lamination Headlift turns until head up position is returned from Headlift. Sensor. The Lamination Ribbon motor activates to determine the presence of a roll ofThe Lamination Flipper table homes itself. The Card sensor checks for the presence of a card and ejects it if found.Section 2: Specifications. The purpose of this section is to provide the User with specific information on the Regulatory. Compliances, Agency Listings, Technical Specifications and Functional Specifications for the. Regulatory Compliances. Term. CSA (cUL). The Printer manufacturer has been authorized by UL to represent the.

Card Printer as CSA Certified under CSA Standard C22.2 (No. 609501). File Number: E145118European Community and has placed the CE mark on the Card. Printer.)Agency Listings. EMC Standards. CE, FCC, CRC c1374, EN 55022 Class A, FCC Class A, EN 55024. EN61000-3-2 and EN61000-3-3. Safety. Standards. UL IEC 60950-1 (2001), CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1 and EN 609501:2001. FCC Rules. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following twoNote (see below):These limits are designed to provideThis equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if notOperation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference inReference Safety Messages in this document.Safety Messages (review carefully). Symbol. Critical Instructions for Safety purposes. Danger. Failure to follow these installation guidelines can result in death orInformation that raises potential safety issues is indicated by a warningTo prevent personal injury, refer to the following safety messagesTo prevent personal injury, always remove the power cord prior toTo prevent personal injury, make sure only qualified personnelThis device is electrostatically sensitive. It may be damaged ifInformation that raises potential electrostatic safety issues is indicatedTo prevent equipment or media damage, observe all established. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) procedures while handling cables inTo prevent equipment or media damage, always wear anTo prevent equipment or media damage, always remove the. Ribbon and Cards from the Printer before making any repairs,To prevent equipment or media damage, take jewelry off ofTechnical Specifications. Accepted. Standard Card. Size. CR-79 Adhesive Back: 3.303 in. x 2.051 in. (83.9mm x 52.1mm)Accepted Card. ThicknessCR-80: 3.375 in. x 2.125 in. (85.6mm x 54mm) (corresponds to ID1). Continued on the next pageTechnical Specifications (continued). Accepted Card. Types.

Prox (125 kHz): HID Proximity Cards (read only). Contactless (13.56 MHz)ContactCompositions. PVC or polyester cards with polished PVC finish; monochrome resinBarcodesWindows Driver). Card Input. Capacity. Dual-stack Hopper, 200 cards (30 mil); auto or manual feed. Card Output. CapacityContinued on the next pageTechnical Specifications (continued). Card Cleaning. Removable card cleaning cartridge with replaceable cleaning roller. Colors. Up to 16.7 million colors and 256 shades per pixel. DimensionsDTC550-LC: 10.75 in. H x 30.5 in. W x 11 in. D (273mm xDisplay. SmartScreen LCD Control Panel; LED display on Card Lamination. Module. Encoding Options. ISO Magnetic Stripe Encoding Module; dual high- and low-coercivity. Tracks 1, 2 and 3; and Super-hi-co (4000 Oe)Gemplus GemEasyLink 332 (soon to be GemProx)Typical card is 26-bit format or 35bit Corporate 1000 format. Fargo Certified. SuppliesCertified Supplies are used. Fonts. TrueType fonts are available via the Windows driver. HumidityInterface. USB only for print. MemoryExternal Print Server (Windows only; required for stand-alone. Card Lamination Module. Operating. TemperatureOverlaminate. Options (for LC). Thermal Transfer Overlaminate,.25 mil thick. PolyGuard Overlaminate, 1.0 mil and.6 mil thick. All overlaminates available in clear, holographic globe design orPrint Area. Printing Method. Printing. Resolution. DescriptionIndicates the Print Ribbon type and the number of Ribbon panelsProcess time is dependent on the size of the file, the CPU,Print speed indicates an approximate batch print speed and isContinued on the next pageTechnical Specifications (continued). Print RibbonDescriptionYMCKOK (400 image, with RFID). YMCKK (500 image, with RFID). YMCFKO and YMCFKOK (SecureMark Ribbons). Resin, Black Premium (3000 image, with RFID). Resin, Black Standard (3000 image, with RFID). Resin, Blue (1000 image, with RFID). Resin, Green (1000 image, with RFID). Resin, Red (1000 image, with RFID).

Resin, White (1000 image, with RFID). Resin, Gold Metallic (500 image, with RFID). Resin, Silver Metallic (500 image, with RFID). Resin, with Overlaminate (KO) (1500 image, with RFID). Security Features. Card Hopper Lock (optional). Software Drivers. Supply VoltageContinued on the next pageTechnical Specifications (continued). Supply. Frequency. System. Requirements. MB of RAM or higher, 200 MB free hard disk space or higher, USBPrinter (One year); optional Extended Warranty Program (U.S. only). Printhead (One year), unlimited pass with UltraCard? Cards. Weight. DTC550: 20 lbs. (9.1 kg.). DTC550-LC: 39 lbs. (14.1 kg.). LC Module: 19 lbs. (8.6 kg.)Functional Specifications. The Card Printer utilizes two different, yet closely related printing technologies to achieve itsThe Card Printer. The following describes how each of these technologies works. Function. DyeSublimation. Dye-Sublimation is the print method the Card Printer uses to produceProcess Colors: The panels are grouped in a repeating Series of threePanels: The Printer always prints the yellow panel first, followed by thePrinthead: As the Print Ribbon passes beneath the Printhead, hundredsColor Shades: By combining the colors of each panel and by varying theDye-Diffusion Thermal Transfer: It is the process of heating a dyeThis produces the imageContinued on the next pageFunctional Specifications (continued). Resin. Thermal. Transfer. Resin Thermal Transfer is the print method the Printer uses to print sharpLike Dye-Sublimation, this process uses the same thermal Printhead toThe difference, however, is that solid dots of resin-based ink areContinued on the next pagePrinter Components - Descriptions. Component. Card Thickness. Adjustment. Lever. Adjusts the Printer to feed varying card thicknesses.Printer Components: Descriptions (continued). Cartridge. Automatically cleans cards for higher print quality. (Note: Replace thisPrinter Components: Descriptions (continued).

Load blank cards into this Dual Input Hopper.Printer Components: Descriptions (continued). Stores printed cards; up to 100, 30 mil cards.Printer Components: Descriptions (continued). Card Supply. Window. Check the current card supply at-a-glance, without having to open the. Card Hopper Door. Hopper Lock. This lock allows you to lock the Card Input Hopper Door to help preventException Card. Slot. Insert a single exception card into this slot if you would like to print ontoLCD display. Displays the current status of the Printer. LED light. Indicates Printer ON, OFF, pause, status conditions and errorContinued on the next pagePrinter Components: Descriptions (continued). Printhead. This Print Station component actually does the printing. (Note: ThisPrinter Components: Descriptions (continued). Power Switch. This switch turns the Printer power ON and OFF. Power Port. This port connects to the (included) power supply. These latches lock the Print Station securely in place when closed. Softkey Buttons. The button function is displayed above the button. The buttons changeScroll Buttons. These buttons are used to scroll through menus and sub-menus and toUSB Interface. Port. This port connects to a Windows PC with a parallel cable. Serial Interface. Ports. For Encoding option: These ports are provided only if your PrinterContinued on the next pagePrinter Components: Descriptions (continued). Refer to the previous table.Printer Components: LCD and Softkey Control Pad. The Printer provides a four line, eighty (80) character LCD display that communicates helpfulThe bottom line of the LCD display will always be used to communicate the currentThis section describes how the LCD display and Softkey Control Pad work together. Softkey. Buttons. The Printer has three softkey buttons that appear below the LCDThis function will change according to the. Printer's current mode of operation.)Press the corresponding softkey button for the correct selection.

Use the scroll buttons to scroll through help text, to navigate throughPrinter has scroll buttons on its control pad located just to the right ofIf scrolling through a list, this symbol will change to if you haveThe Printer's LCD display will change according to the Printer's currentSystem Check When the Printer is first powered ON, the Printer's system check screens. ScreensDisplay the READY screen and current Firmware version. Continued on the next pagePrinter Components: LCD and Softkey Control Pad (continued). Open Screens. Once the Printer has finished its system check and with the Print and. Transfer Stations closed, the Printer will display READY to indicate thatIf the Top cover and Printhead Arm are opened, the Printer Open screenIn any of these screens, the Printer will always display the Menu optionScreen. Press this button to access the Printer's menu options. (Note: The. During operation, the LCD will indicate the current Print Status byIt does this byENCODING indicates the Encode Station is encoding a cardEncoding Module). PRINTING indicates the Print Station is printing onto the card. LAMINATING indicates the Lamination Station is applying anSee Card Lamination Module. Since the Printer is capable of performing several of these functionsThe Print Status screen always displays Cancel in the lower left and. Pause in the lower right. The CancelUse this button to cancel print jobs and reset the Printer for the next printThis Cancel function will ask if you wish to cancel just the individualYou may also resume the current job byUse this button to pause the Printer at any time during operation. (Note. The Printer will always finish its current task before pausing. When the. Printer is paused, the LED light will flash and the Pause softkey buttonPress Resume to continue Printer operation. This light works in conjunction with the Printer's LCD display to helpSee the descriptions for Error Screens and Attention Screens after this.

LED Light display for more detail on the Printer's LCD display. Continued on the next page. LED LightPrinter Components: LCD and Softkey Control Pad (continued). Error ScreensYour Printer is capable of communicating two similar yet different typesThis screen appears if an errorIn this case, the LCD will display ERROR on the first line and a briefIf multiple errors occur at the same time, the first line will display. ERROR 1 of 2 or whatever the total number of errors may be. To see the other error(s), use the scroll keys.Screens (seePress the HELP button to bring up the help screen explaining theIf necessary, use the scrollPress QUIT when you are done reading. Once the error is corrected,The second type of prompt is called an ATTENTION screen.This screen communicates any other Printer conditions of which youIn this case, the LCD will display ATTENTION on the first line and a briefLike error messages, help text explaining the particular condition canPrinter Components: Print RibbonsSince the Dye-Sublimation and the resin thermal transfer. This letter code indicates the type of Ribbon panel used with each Ribbon.Printer Components: Resin-Only Print Ribbons. Resin-only Print Ribbons consist of a continuous roll of a single resin color. No protectiveType. Standard Resin BlackThis Ribbon provides high resin durability ideal for mostResin blackPremium Resin BlackThis Ribbon provides maximum resin durability ideal forResin black bar codesColored ResinMetallic ResinSeveral colored resin Ribbons are available in a variety of colorsMetallic resin Ribbons are available for printing resin imagesPrinter Components: Dye-Sublimation Print Ribbons. Note that the Printer requires both specialized and authorized Print Ribbons in order to printStep. Procedure. Do not run the cards with a contaminated, dull or uneven surface through the. Printer.

Caution: Printing onto such cards will ultimately lead to poor printAlways store the card stock in its original packaging or in a clean, dust-freeDo not print onto cards that have been dropped or soiled. (Note: PrintheadPrinthead's factory warranty.). If printing onto cards with a pre-punched slot, do not print over the area of theType. DescriptionRibbonBy combining both types of Ribbon panels, this Ribbon can be used toA clear overlay panel (O) is also included on most Ribbons to protect theDye-Sublimation images must have an overlayFull-ColorBoth infrared and visible-light bar codeOverlay (O), Black (K) (used for backside, black only printing).Printer Components: Blank Cards. Caution: Never run cards with a contaminated, dull or uneven surface through the. Printer. Printing cards on this surface can lead to poor print quality and can greatly reduceAlways store the card stock in its original packaging or in a clean,Type. Card Size. The Card Printer accepts the following:This does not apply for the LC Printers. Card. Design. The Printer will print onto any card with a clean, level and polished PVCCard. Surface. Suitable cards must have a polished PVC surface free of fingerprints, dust orCards must have a completely smooth, level surface in order for the PrinterSome types of Proximity cards, for example, have an uneven surface whichSome Smart Card chips are raised slightly above the cards surface, whichPrinter Components: Blank Cards (continued). Type. UltraCard. Stock. Due to the importance of using high-quality blank cards, a factory-approved. UltraCard stock has a glossy PVC laminate on top and bottom and isTwo types of these cards are available: UltraCard and UltraCard III. UltraCard stock has a PVC core and offers medium card durability. UltraCard III stock has a 40% polyester core and offers high durability. Both types of UltraCards produce printed images with a glossy, photo-qualityPrinter Components: Upgraded 81754 PVC Cards.

The upgraded 81754 PVC cards are designed for a sharper card image quality and forCarefully read these detailed notes andThe card lot number and date can be readTechnician Note 2: Do not use the new 81754 PVC card stock with Fargo laminatingReviewing the upgraded 81754 PVC Cards (continued). Follow these two (2) instructions below:See the appropriate Fargo service documentsCardNew Card. No Change Necessary. Increase the Dye-Sub Intensity asSee the chartIntensity slide on the Image Color tab of the Printer Driver. Technician Note 2: Moving the Dye-Sub Intensity slide to the left causes less heatCardOld Card. Decrease the Dye-Sub IntensityNo Change NecessaryPrinter Components: Card Input and Output Hoppers. The Card Input Hopper is where cards are initially loaded for printing, asCard Input Hopper, based on a standard 30 mil.Card Output. All standard Card Printers provide a 100 card capacity Card Output. Hopper (based on a standard 30 mil card thickness). (Note: This HopperReviewing the Card Lamination Module. Never touch the Lamination. Roller unless the Printer has been turned off for at least 20 to 30 minutes. Select Printer models support the attachment of an optional Card Lamination Module. ThisReviewing the Card Lamination Module (continued). Here is another display of the Card Lamination Module.Reviewing the Lamination Top Cover and Station. Cross Reference. Opens to allow access to the Lamination. Station, overlaminate and card path. See the Loading the. Overlaminate procedure. Station. Transfers overlaminates onto cards via itsThe Lamination. Station must be closed in order for the. Printer to begin laminating. Overlaminate.