Instructions for Honeywell models including: H-4310, H-Class, HD Peel and Present Option, H-4310 H-Class HD Peel and Present Option

H-Class HD Peel & Present

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3 B) Carefully press the Peel and Present Assembly into the Front Plate Connector. Mounting C) Tighten the Mounting Screw to secure the Peel and Present Assembly to the printer. Front Plate Connector Screw Peel and Present Assembly Step 3: Using the Option During operation, labels will be peeled from the backing material and dispensed “on-demand” – that is,

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HD Peel & Present Option

Overview
This document describes the contents, installation, and use of the Heavy Duty Peel and Present option for the H-Class printer. After verifying the contents of the kit and the tools needed, follow the steps below to install and begin using the option. A maintenance procedure is also included, so keep this documentation for future reference.
For your safety and to avoid equipment damage, always turn `Off' power and unplug the printer's power cord before beginning this installation and when performing service. CAUTION
Contents of the Heavy Duty Peel and Present Option
This kit contains the following item:  Heavy Duty Peel and Present Assembly

Tools Required
To install this option, you will need a standard screwdriver.
Step 1: Preparing the Printer
A) Turn `Off' the Power Switch and unplug the power cord from the AC Receptacle.

Power Switch AC Receptacle

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B) Press down on the Catch, then pull forward to remove the Door.

Catch

Door

C) Raise the Access Cover and remove your media from the printer.

Tear Plate

D) Remove the Thumbscrew and Tear Plate. (Alternately, if equipped with an Arc Plate, Present Sensor, or Cutter, remove that device.)

Thumbscrew

Access Cover

Step 2: Installing the Heavy Duty Peel and Present Assembly

A) Press the Latch and open the Peel and Present Assembly.

Peel and Present Assembly

Latch

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B) Carefully press the Peel and Present Assembly into the Front Plate Connector.

Mounting Screw

C) Tighten the Mounting Screw to secure the Peel and Present Assembly to the printer.

Peel and Present Assembly

Front Plate Connector

Step 3: Using the Option
During operation, labels will be peeled from the backing material and dispensed "on-demand"  that is, subsequent printing will occur only after a previously printed label has been removed from the printer. As a reminder, "REMOVE LABEL" will be displayed to prompt you when a label awaits removal.
Begin using the option as follows:

A) Load Media (see the Operator's Manual for details). Extend 20 inches (50 cm) of Media from the printer.

Media
Supply Hub

B) Remove the labels from this extended portion of media, leaving only the Backing Material. Crease the leading edge of this Backing Material.

Backing Material

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C) Route the Backing Material under the Assist Roller and the Internal Rewinder.
Backing Material

Internal Rewinder
Assist Roller

D) Wrap the Backing Material in a counterclockwise direction around the Rewinder Hub and insert the creased leading edge into one of its Slots. Insert the Media Clasp (Item ) into the Slot over the creased leading edge of the Backing Material and around the Rewinder Hub.

creased leading edge
Backing Material

Rewinder Hub

Slots

Media Clasp

E) Close the Peel and Present Assembly. Close the Access Cover, plug the power cord into the AC Receptacle, and turn `On' the Power Switch.

Peel and Present Assembly

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F) Ensure that READY is displayed on the Front Panel then press the FEED Key and proceed according to your observations:
 If REMOVE LABEL is displayed on the Front Panel, this completes the installation; or,
 If REMOVE LABEL is not displayed on the Front Panel, proceed to Step 4: "Configuring the Printer."

Front Panel
FEED Key

 Notes: (1) The operation of the Present Sensor on this option can also be controlled by host software commands, so ensure that your labeling program is properly configured for use when sending label formats to the printer. (2) If this option is removed with power applied, the printer will behave as if a label awaits removal; to restore normal operation, cycle power to the printer.

Step 4: Configuring the Printer
While the Heavy Duty Peel and Present option is a plug and play device, this step may be necessary if the printer's default configuration has been changed. Follow the steps below to configure the printer:  Note: In the following procedure, consult the Operator's Manual for detailed front panel instructions.
A) Press the MENU Button on the printer's front panel. B) Using the DOWN Button, scroll to PRINTER OPTIONS then press the RIGHT Button. C) Using the DOWN Button, scroll to PRESENT SENSOR then press the ENTER Key. D) Using the DOWN Button, scroll to MODE then press the ENTER Key. E) Using the DOWN Button, scroll to AUTO then press the ENTER Key. F) Press the EXIT Key then, at the SAVE CHANGES? prompt, select YES to complete the installation. G) Turn the Power Switch `Off' and `On' to reset the printer and complete the configuration.  Note: If the printer fails to separate the labels from the backing material, and the Internal Rewinder
is not turning, it may need to be enabled. Using the procedure above as a guide, press the MENU Button, scroll to PRINTER OPTIONS, then to REWINDER, and select AUTO. Afterward, press the EXIT Key and save your changes when prompted.
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Maintaining the Heavy Duty Peel & Present Assembly
To ensure trouble free operation, the Heavy Duty Peel and Present Assembly should be cleaned after every 100,000 inches (254,000 cm) of media use. This interval depends on the label adhesive, where "gummy" adhesives may require more frequent cleaning. (To easily track label usage, go to SYSTEM SETTINGS  MEDIA COUNTERS in the printer's menu system.)
Clean the assembly as follows:
1. Turn `Off' the Power Switch and unplug the power cord from the AC Receptacle. Raise the Access Cover and remove the media from the printer.
2. Remove the Peel & Present Assembly from the printer.
3. Using compressed air or a soft brush, clean the Sensors on the assembly.
Sensors

 Note:

For cleaning heavy deposits, isopropyl alcohol can be used  provided it is carefully applied using a cotton swab, and then allowed to dry before reconnecting the option to the printer.

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4. Press the Latch to open the Peel and Present Assembly. Then remove the C-Clip that secures the Upper Roller Shaft to the Front Cover.

Latch

C-Clip

Upper Roller Shaft

Front Cover

5. Remove the Upper Roller Shaft and the associated Rollers.

Upper Roller Shaft

Rollers

6. Using a Cotton Swab dampened with alcohol, wipe all Roller and Upper Roller Shaft surfaces clean. Pay special attention to the ridges on the Rollers to ensure that they are clean.  Note: For cleaning heavy deposits from the Rollers and Shafts in the following steps, WD-40 or another non-damaging adhesive remover can be substituted for isopropyl alcohol  provided this adhesive remover is carefully applied using a cotton swab.
7. Slide the Rollers back onto the Upper Roller Shaft, place the components into the Front Cover, and reinstall the C-Clip.
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8. Push and Lift both Tabs that secure the Lower Roller Assembly to the Front Cover (as shown) and then, while keeping it intact, carefully remove the entire Lower Roller Assembly.
Lift

Tab Front Cover

Push
Lower Roller Assembly

Tabs
9. Take note of the individual Roller positions  they must be reinstalled in the same order  then, carefully remove the Rollers from the Lower Roller Shaft. Lower Roller Shaft

10. Using a Cotton Swab dampened with alcohol, wipe all Roller and Lower Roller Shaft surfaces clean. Pay special attention to the ridges on the Rollers to ensure that they are clean.
11. Slide the Rollers, in their original order, onto the Lower Roller Shaft and reinstall it in the Front Cover, ensuring that the Tabs are properly seated. Reinstall the Peel and Present Assembly onto the printer to complete the cleaning procedure.
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