Seiko Printer configuration

            Once VisitorRego is set to use the label printer it’s important to configure the new printer to the correct label size that it's using. This guide refers to a Seiko Smart Label printer 450 & 650 model.
             

            See here for a guide to configuring the Brother self-cutting printer if using a VisitorRego kiosk.


             

            To configure the printer open the ‘Printers Properties'  Window in the control panel by:

             


            Windows 10:
             

            Step 1. Search for 'Devices and Printers' in the start menu (found under Control Panel> Hardware and Sound> Devices and Printers)

            Step 2. Once in ‘Devices and Printers’ window right click desired printer and select Printing Preferences.

            Step 3. Follow Steps 4-7 below (in the Windows 7 section) to assign print settings.




            Windows 7:

            Step 1. Click  ‘Windows Start Button’  then ‘Control Panel’ button to open Control Panel.

            Step 2. In Control Panel under 'Hardware and Sound' click on ‘View Devices and Printers’ link.

            Step 3. Once in ‘Devices and Printers’ window right click desired printer and select Printing Preferences.


             

             
             


            Step 4. Once in the Printing Preferences window click the 'Advanced' button to bring up printing default options.





            Step 5. Under 'Advanced options' and the Paper/Output section change Paper Size to size appropriate for the labels being used (standard VisitorRego labels are ordered as VRLs but are listed as SLP-SRL Shipping (54x101mm). 

            Step 6. Under the Document Options section change Halftoning to 'Super Cell’.

             

            Step 7. Under the Printer Features section change the Print Density to 4(95%) using the drop-down box then click'OK' then 'Apply'  to hold any changes. 


            Note: If disconnected from its original USB socket and reconnected to a different one, Windows will view it as a different printer. If this occurs then the default label printer in VisitorRego will remain as the old printer and the printer settings will revert back to their default values.


            Updated: 13 Nov 2018 06:36 AM
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