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 Post subject: Videojet 1620
PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2016 1:29 pm 

Joined: Sun Jan 03, 2016 4:17 pm
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Hi guys,

currently working on the communication with videojet 1620 printer (Continuous Inkjet Marking), in there operators manual (http://www.videojet.com/content/dam/Countries/North%20America/Operator-Manuals/CIJ/1620-Operator-Manual.pdf) the say :

Code:
- How to Configure Ethernet Port
Refer to WSI/ESI Communications Protocol addendum for more
information.


But cant find this addendum anywhere in the web, all i did found is this pdf "Videojet 1510 and 1210 Simple Communications Protocol".
https://fr.scribd.com/doc/180020947/Videojet-WSI-Protocol

I'have try it with th eprinter using the Ethernet port and all i can find open is the FTP(21), 3000, 3001 and VNC(5900). An d i have send same packets from the WSI/ESI to the print via 3000 and 3001 with Packet Sender but the response was empty!!

is there any one that know this protocol ESI/WSI or did work with this printer or simillar ?



i found this info in the FTP folder :

Code:
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<CONTROLLER_INFORMATION>
    <START_DATE date="07/09/2016"/>
    <HARDWARE BoardType="CSB4"/>
    <VERSIONS>
        <WINDOWS_CE Eboot="4.0.3" CE_Image="2.0.9"/>
        <SOFTWARE Type="Excel" Version="1.0.423.0" SVN_Build="28116M"/>
    </VERSIONS>
</CONTROLLER_INFORMATION>


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