Compact and affordable performance to print narrow 6-part forms (1 original + 5 copies) as fast as 510 cps. Versatile paper-handling options, a deep range of functions, no-worry reliability, and powerful remote management.
Powerful print heads print up to 300 million characters and a robust mean time between failure of 12,500 POH*. 2MB of built-in flash memory for expanded bar code support, non-volatile fonts and remote management. *Power-on hours rated at 25 percent duty cycle.
Loading ribbons and installing media options takes just seconds. The new operator panel gives easy access to all printer functions, with WYSIWYG font indicators. Get remote access to character and page counts to monitor supplies and page usage.
Easily switch between push and pull feeds, plus enjoy an flexible paper-handling options: Automatic Sheet Feeder to load a stack of cut-sheet media, envelopes or mutipartforms. Or the Tractor 2 so two types of continuous forms can be loaded simultaneously.
Connectivity features include standard parallel and USB ports, plus built-in Ethernet and security features such as IPSec, HTTPS, SNMPv3 and 802.1x authentication. Multiple protocols include IPX/SPX and TCP/IP (IPv4 and IPv6). Includes MarkVision™ Enterprise software for a host of efficient remote management tools.
Ethernet, USB or parallel cables are not included. Please purchase separately.
|Media Sizes Supported
|Size (mm - H x W x D)
|Packaged Size (mm - H x W x D)
|Packaged Weight, kg
|Maximum Print Line
|Mean Time Between Failures
|Media Types Supported
|Paper Handling Standard
|Paper Handling Optional
|Network Protocol Support
|Network Printing Methods
|TCP/IP Set of Application Services
|Network Management Protocols
|Optional Network Ports
|Microsoft Windows Operating Systems Supported
|Linux Operating Systems Supported
|Novell Operating Systems Supported
|UNIX Operating Systems Supported
|Average Power in Standby with Power Saver On
|Specified Operating Environment
1This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit.