DM125, DM225 Meter Support

PR00, PR05, PRL1, PRL5
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The "Low Battery" or "Battery Urgent" message occurs when the meter's internal battery is near the end of its life.
Resolve poor print quality or no printing issues on the DM100i, DM125, DM200L and DM225, by checking your ink, running a test pattern, and cleaning your print head.
Learn how to resolve the message "Waste Tank Full" or "Waste Tank Near Full" on the DM125 or DM225.
Effective June 30, 2024, the USPS® is decertifying all postage meters that use IBI technology and adopting a new IMI standard for postage evidencing systems. All of Pitney Bowes newer technologies are IMI compliant and we want you to know the facts.
Learn how to install and set up your DM100i® (P700, P705), DM125™ (PR00, PR05), DM200L™ (P7L1, P7L5) and DM225™ (PRL1, PRL5) digital postage meter.
Find the answers to frequently asked questions for the DM100i, DM125, DM200L and DM225.
When you see an "Inspection Due" or "Inspection Required" message, you must clear the message so that you can run mail.
To get the latest USPS rates, perform a rate update on the meter to ensure that you print accurate postage. Use these steps to update and then confirm your USPS rates on the DM100i (P700, P705), DM125 (PR00, PR05), DM200L (P7L1, P7L5), DM225 (PRL1, PRL5).

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