|Price incl. VAT||£459.41 £386.77|
|Price excl. VAT||£322.31|
Extremely powerful dot matrix printer with a top speed of printing is particularly well suited for the printing medium to large quantities podpouje print width of 80 columns and its speed is up to 680 characters/s It has USB and parallel interfaces for maximum compatibility with older computers, long lifespan and versatile paper handling (front, top, rear and bottom). It supports bidirectional printing course with resolution up to 240 x 144 dpi and 42 tables of characters when printing, you can use the well-prepared carbon copy system where you can create up to 1 original and 5 copies.
Impact Dot Matrix Printer
2x 9 needles
Optimized route print
The possibility also print one original and up to 5 carbon copy (with optional pull tractor unit)
80 columns (at 10 cpi), max 203 mm
Up to 240 x 144 dpi
Up to 680 characters/s
Front/rear/top/bottom paper loading
Single sheets: Up to 257 x 364 mm
Roll paper: up to 254 x 558 mm
IBM PPDS (Emulation)
Fonts and character table:
Bitmap fonts: EPSON Draft (10, 12, 15 cpi) and another 3 fonts (1 and 2 Draft LQ)
Scalable fonts: EPSON Roman, EPSON Sans Serif (10, 12, 15 cpi, Prop).
Character tables: ISO 8859-7, ISO Latin 1T, Italic, PC437, PC850, PC437 Greek, PC852, PC853, PC 855, PC857, PC866, PC869, Mazowia, Code MJK
Barcodes: EAN-13, EAN-8, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC-A, UPC-E, Code 39, Code 128, POSTNET
414 x 350 x 167.5 mm
55 dB (A)
When printing 53 W
When idle 4.5 W
Windows 95/98, Windows 4.0, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Epson is a technology company based in Japan. It is a subsidiary of the Seiko Group, and on of the most important manufacturers of printers, scanners and multimedia projectors. The company's offerings are much broader though, encompassing industrial robots, cash registers, and more.
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