Gone are the days when we used to spend hours on label making. The tape used in the old days by which we used to type letters by letters was way time-consuming. Now with the advancement in technology, battery regulated label makers make your work more efficient in less time. The easy plug and play feature of Dymo Label Manager PnP simply connects to your Mac or PC. The well-paired and robust battery makes your handy gadget to work for a prolonged time.
Let’s quickly look into the complete guide to understand more about DYMO batteries and what measures should be followed at the time of placing it into the label maker.
More About The Battery
Nowadays, the DYMO LabelManager batteries are efficiently designed to replace your old printer batteries in order to expand its durability, life span, and performance. The latest version of the DYMO LabelManager battery employs high-quality battery cells for high reliability and better performance.
Features of DYMO LabelManager Batteries
- The batteries are composed of high-quality ABS and polycarbonate material to provide high strength.
- It uses ‘A’ grade battery cells.
- It has 100% compatibility and meets all the specifications claimed by the manufacturer.
- It claims to perform its desired capacity for one year.
- It is designed to operate and withstand severe conditions like cold, shock, heat, or motion.
Compatible Models & Batteries
The latest new DYMO LabelManager PnP Batteries are completely compatible with the original label printers. It aims to satisfy and enhance the features of your original equipment. Moreover, with these batteries, you will get a one year warranty. The batteries come with a number of models. So you have a broad range of options to choose the desired one that fits best for your printer. The best compatible battery models include W003688, 14430, W003688, 280, PL200, 260P, LabelManager 260P, LabelManager 260, PnP, LabelManager PnP, and much more.
Inserting the Battery
The power in your label maker is supplied through a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Placing the DYMO battery is a key process and it should be performed accurately. Here are the few steps which are required to be followed at the time of inserting the battery in your label maker.
- First things first, open the side covers of your label maker.
- Take out the compartment cover of the battery.
- Place your battery DYMO battery pack into the battery compartment of the label maker.
- Replace the compartment cover of the battery
- At last, close the end covers of your label maker.
Moreover, it is important to note that if you are not using your label maker, then remove the battery from it. In this way, it won't get discharged and will work for a prolonged time.
Removing the Battery Pack
You will have to remove the battery pack once the label maker has stopped working. At the time of removing the battery after every seven days, make sure to disconnect the USB cable. Here are some of the steps mentioned below which will help you to remove the battery pack.
- The first step involves unplugging your label maker's USB cable.
- Open the side covers of the label maker.
- Take out the battery pack from the label maker’s battery compartment.
Recharging the Battery
The label maker comes with a partially charged lithium-ion battery. The battery is thus needed to be recharged via USB connection. Connect your label maker to the USB port. When connected to a non-powered USB port like a USB hub or Mac keyboards, it may not function or charge properly. The battery status of a label maker will be displayed in the left corner of your software window.
Points To Remember During Battery Charging
- The USB cable should be connected to your computer and label maker.
- Turn on the label maker and then charge the battery.
Rechargeable Battery Safety Measures
If lithium-ion polymer rechargeable batteries are treated inaccurately, they may cause heat, leakage, explosion, or may even lead to a fire. It thus causes performance failure and deterioration. In addition, it may damage the protection device that is installed in your battery. To keep yourself and your equipment safe, follow these instructions properly.
- The battery will be only charged when it is properly inserted in the label maker using the USB cable.
- Do not place the battery close to fire or inside the vehicle when the temperature is quite high.
- Do not charge the battery for more than three hours.
- Charge your battery within the temperature range of up to +10 to -35 degrees Celcius.
- Try to go for a branded DYMO battery for your label maker.
- The label maker should be operated only at room temperature.
To maintain your battery for a prolonged time, look out for some signs on LabelManage battery to know about your battery status.
- The battery icon will show discharging battery when your label maker is connected but still, the battery is not charging.
- The battery icon indicates red color when the label maker is connected and there is an issue with the battery.
- The battery icon shows plugs and bars inside the battery shaped icon when the label maker is connected and the battery is charging.
Safety is one of the key concerns especially when it comes to handling a rechargeable battery like DYMO. Therefore is it is very essential to follow some guidelines at the time of charging your battery.
- At the time of charging your battery pack, use charges that are specifically designed for label makers.
- Do not connect your charger directly to a cigarette lighter charger or electric outlet.
- Read the given guide or manual properly before charging your label makers battery pack.
- Never charge the battery in a location that generates static electricity.
Now create your super fast customized labels by placing branded DYMO LabelManger PnP batteries into your label maker. They ensure quick charge with less power consumption. Follow the above-mentioned guide and invest in a battery that best suits according to your printing requirements. Also, make sure to handle the battery accurately at the time of charging or discharging in order to ensure stability and safety throughout the process.