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Print shipping labels with the UPS thermal printer

The UPS applet for thermal printers supports printing to a thermal printer from your Mac, provided the following requirements are met:

Installation of a MAC thermal printer

  • Connect your thermal printer to your MAC using the USB cable.
    • Turn on the thermal printer so that the lamp above glows green continuously.
  • Download the installation package for the UPS thermal printer from this link.
  • Double-click the UPS Thermal Printing-3.0.0.dmg package.
    • Drag UPS Thermal into the Applications folder.
  • Open the Launch Pad and click UPS Thermal to run the application.

There is a possibility that the security settings of the MAC need to be updated if the application is rejected. To solve this problem:

  • Open the "System Preferences".
  • Open "Security and Privacy"
    • Select the “General” tab.
    • The blocked application can be found below.
    • Select “Somewhere”.
  • When prompted, click Approve, Allow, or Run.

It is possible that the user interface of the CUPS MAC printer setup will not load. To load the user interface manually, open the browser and enter "localhost: 631" in the address bar:

  • The MAC CUPS printer installation user interface opens in the standard browser.
    • Check the installed Printer.
    • click on the Tab "Administration".
    • click on the button "Add Printer".
    • Choose yours Thermal printer under the section "Local Printers".
    • click on the button "Further".
    • Remove preconfigured content (if any) and complete the fields.
    • Enter a printer name.
    • Enter a description.
    • Enter the city.
      • Example: Office, Mac1
      • Document the location for future reference.
    • On the next screen, click again Further.
    • Click the button Select another manufacturer / make.
    • Proceed to the next step.
    • Select the option as "Make" Raw.
    • click on Further.
    • Select the option as "Model" Raw queue(en).
    • click on Add Printer.
    • Choose Set default options.
    • The system should display "The printer default options have been set successfully."
    • Next, follow the instructions below to add a class.

Instructions for adding a class

  • Click the Administration tab.
  • Click the Add Class button.
  • Remove preconfigured content (if any) and complete the fields.
  • Enter a name for the class. (Do not enter the name of the PRINTER. The names of PRINTER and CLASS are case-sensitive.)
  • Enter a description for the CLASS.
    • Example: Zebra printer class

Note: DO NOT use the words Eltron or UPS in the Class Name or Description fields.

  • Enter a location for the CLASS.

We recommend the same name for the location of the CLASS as for the location of the PRINTER.

  • Select the printer from the member list.
  • Click the button Add class.
  • A confirmation window appears briefly, followed by the “Administration” window.

Set the UPS Thermal Printing application to start at login.

  • Choose System Preferences from the Apple menu.
  • Select Users And Groups, then select the Login Items tab.
  • Click the “+” icon to add an application.
  • Select UPS Thermal and click "Add".

NOTE: Once the application has been added, you can close this window.

Use the UPS Thermal Printing application in Chrome, Firefox and Opera

  • Log in to
  • Print a thermal sticker.

Use the UPS Thermal Printing application in Safari

  • Log in to
  • Try printing a thermal sticker.
    • Should the message "Missing plugin" appear
      • Click on "Missing plug-in".
      • Click on “More Information” to display the “Java Download for OS X”.
      • Click on "Agree and start free download".
      • Select the jre.dmg file and install Java.

Set preferences in Safari

  • Select Preferences from the Safari menu.
  • Select "Websites" in the menu bar.
  • Select “Java” under the “Plugin” section in the left navigation bar.
  • In the Configured Websites window, select on the right.
  • Hold the Options button and click the drop-down arrow next to
  • Uncheck the box next to Run in Safe Mode.
    • When the message “Trust when running Java” appears, select “Trust”.
    • If a security risk pop-up message appears after printing a sticker, click the check box to accept the terms and conditions and select "Apply".