MCL, or Macro Command Language, is a completely integrated application development suite tuned for the demands of data collection applications. After developing an application on an MCL development computer the application project is uploaded to the I where it is hosted as a self-sufficient application. The development computer is no longer necessary for the application to run and the MCL-enabled I can interact with printer-resident look-up tables as well as wired and wirelessly connected remote ERP systems or other host databases. The I retains the standardized I-Class engineering and features such as a precision-crafted die-cast aluminum frame, a bit processor with 8 or 16 MB of standard memory, a front panel user interface with color-coded cues for operator control, an embossed loading diagram for media and ribbon, a unique collapsible ribbon hub and wide-access print mechanism for effortless loading, and a user accessible card cage for the addition of various connectivity option cards.
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Page 3: Tools Required 2. Open the cover. Remove the single Screw on the rear of the printer and remove the two Screws securing the side cover. Open the cover, remove the two Screws from the inside of the printer as shown. Page 4 5. Lift the cover up and off the printer. Remove the two Screws and the Cover Plate from the rear of the printer. Plastic Cover Removal: 1. On the rear of the printer, remove the two Screws securing the cover. Screws Screws Page 5 2. Open the cover, slide the cover to the rear of the printer as shown.
Be sure the Slide on the cover is clear of the Catch on the frame of the printer. If using this method of discovery, after the connection is established print a Configuration Label see below from the printer to obtain the IP Address and then use it to install your printer port and driver to complete your setup.
See section, Installing the Printer Driver and Port in this document. For more information on the function of Page 12 Printer Options, Communications, and Diagnostics In the top field enter the IP address of your printer. Select whether or not to share this printer on your network. The driver and port installation is now complete. This manual is also suitable for:.
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