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Epson FX-80+/100+

The Epson FX-80+/100+ 9 pin dot matrix printers were launched in October 1985 to replace the FX-80/100 and discontinued in February 1986 when they were superseded by the FX-85/105 respectively. They can print at up to 160 characters per second and include near letter quality printing with fitted with an optional word-processing ROM. Each printer has two sets of DIP (Dual In-line Package) switches located under a corrugated plastic cover on the top right of the printer. These switches control certain printer functions and default settings, the details of which are listed below.

Switch No.FunctionOnOff
SW1-1TypefaceCondensedNormal
SW1-2Slashed ZeroValidInvalid
SW1-3Paper End DetectorInvalidValid
SW1-4Input BufferValidInvalid
SW1-5TypestyleEmphasizedNormal
SW1-6Character SetSee Character Table
SW1-7Character SetSee Character Table
SW1-8Character SetSee Character Table
SW2-1Computer may put the printer on-line or off-lineInvalidValid
SW2-2Cut Sheet FeederValidInvalid
SW2-31" Skip-over perforationValidInvalid
SW2-4Auto-line feedAuto LFNo LF

Character Table

Character SetSW1-6SW1-7SW1-8
USAONONON
FranceONONOFF
GermanyONOFFON
UKONOFFOFF
DenmarkOFFONON
SwedenOFFONOFF
ItalyOFFOFFON
SpainOFFOFFOFF