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The standard keypad has three control buttons and two multipurpose indicators.
Power button turns the QL 320 on and off.
The Feed button advances a length of media, which is determined by the type of media being used. Label media will be advanced to the next gap or bar sense marker. Journal (plain) media will be advanced a length determined by the printer’s software.
The Function button is controlled by a printer’s specific application to support such functions as:
Print a battery Level reporting
Print the Local Area Network (LAN) status
Print a Short Range Radio Frequency (SRRF) status
Print a Media supply report
The green LED on the left side of the control panel indicates the status of several printer features:
A slowly blinking sequence indicates the printer’s battery needs charging.
Printers with a wireless QuickLink module installed: a quickly blinking sequence indicates the printer has not established a link to either a Local Area Network or a compatible wireless equipped terminal.
Printers with a wireless QuickLink module installed:
A steadily lit indicator shows that the printer has established a wireless link, either to the LAN or to a compatible terminal.
A steadily lit green indicator on a non-wireless printer is a power-on indicator.
The yellow LED on the right side of the control panel has two indication conditions.
A rapidly blinking yellow LED and a chime indicate that no application has been loaded into the printer.
Printers with a wireless QuickLink module installed: a rapidly blinking LED indicates normal data transmission.
A steadily lit yellow LED indicates an error condition. This can be caused by one of the following:
The media cover is not completely closed and latched.
The printer is out of media.