Connecting Printer to Computer or POS Terminal


        Connect the interface cable (USB/serial) to the printer.


       Connect the other end of interface cable (USB/serial) to the computer.



        For Ethernet interface, connect the Ethernet cable to Ethernet hub, switch, or router.

Connecting to Cash Drawer


    Connect cash drawer cable to cash drawer port at the back of printer


Connecting to Power

    Make sure the AC power is unplugged and the printer is powered off before connecting the power cord.

    Connect DC power cord to printer and then AC power plug to wall socket.


    Turn on the power switch on the printer side.


       Load and Replace Paper Roll


            Press the Button to Open Paper Roll Cover


            Remove the used paper roll to replace with a new roll



                Load the paper roll as shown below:



                Make sure the paper roll is loaded in the correct direction.


                Pull out the roll paper to the bottom front of the printer and then close the cover as shown below.


                Tear off extra paper roll with auto-cutter or with tear-cutter of the printer.


                Ethernet IP Setup


                   The LR2000 comes with an easy IP setup utility for Windows.  Run the LR2_IP_Setting.exe file in the software package                           and follow steps below.

                    Make sure the LR2000 is connected properly to the network.  Then click on "Discovery" button to search for the                                   connected printer.  Then select the printer to be configured.



                    Edit the IP address value on the edit box above the "Discovery" button and click on "Update IP" button to write IP          address to printer.

Driver Installation


    In the software package, run the BemaSetup_LR_v4.1.5.exe if you are using 32 bit Windows or BemaSetup_LR_x64_v4.1.5 if you are using 64 bit Windows and follow steps below to install the printer driver.

    Then click “Next” on the Welcome screen.


        Click Continue


    Make sure the printer is turned ON. Next choose the printer interface according to the hardware connection.

    USB Interface


               The driver will use a virtual printer port for USB (default USB001) and it should be selected automatically during driver installation. After installation has finished, please click “Yes” to print a test page to make sure the printer is working.If you don’t see test pages printing after installing the driver, please go to “Start -> Devices and printers -> LR2000 -> Printer Properties -> Port”, and select the USB001 port manually. Sometimes it might be named USB002 if there are other devices that use USB001 already).


        Serial Interface

                Select the serial port from the drop down box if you know which port your printer connected to, or you can use “Detect” to automatically detect the port for you. Choose or Enter the Baud rate of the printer(Note: you can check the baud rate from the printer’s testing page, shutdown the printer and hold feed button while you turn the printer On), with flow control set to “None”.  

                After driver installation, you can also change the port at any time from the LR2000 properties port setting tab Please make sure you choose port name start with LR_COM as shown below: 



            Ethernet Interface


            Click “Setup” to find the IP of the printer (if you know the printer’s IP already, you can also type it in manually).


                Then, click “Search” to search all available LR2000 printers over the network, choose the printer from the list on the left by clicking on the MAC column corresponding to the printer that you want to install the driver. Modify the IP address to desired value if necessary and click update to apply the new IP. Then click OK to finish.      

Note: If your printer’s IP address is not valid (no within the valid network IP range), you will be reminded to assign a valid IP to the printer. Assign a new valid address, click Update button and then click OK to finish.  As demonstrated in picture below, the IP address “” is invalid; it will then ask you to assign a new IP address.


        After setting up the interface, click "Install Printer" to install the driver. You can verify if the driver installation is done successful by printing out a test page when prompted as shown below.  

    Click “Finish” to complete the setup.


For more information please visit:

Drivers and Utilities