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Datamax-O'Neil E-Class Mark III Label Printer EP3-00-0J000V00 E-4305P

Datamax-O'Neil E-Class Mark III Label Printer EP3-00-0J000V00 E-4305P
Manufacturer: Datamax-O'Neil
Mfg Number: EP3-00-0J000V00
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Model: E-4305P
Condition: New
Specifications
Product TypeDirect Thermal Printer
Brand NameDatamax-O'Neil
ManufacturerDatamax-O'Neil
Product ModelE-4305P
Product NameE-Class Mark III E-4305P Label Printer
Product LineE-Class
Manufacturer Part NumberEP3-00-0J000V00
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.datamax-oneil.com
Maximum Mono Print Speed6 in/s
Print Color CapabilityMonochrome
Maximum Print Resolution300 dpi
Maximum Print Width4.16"
Recommended UseLabel Print
BluetoothYes
EthernetYes
USBYes
Serial PortYes
Parallel PortYes
Maximum Label Width4.40"
Maximum Label Length99"
Media TypeContinuous LabelFanfoldTagPerforated LabelGapBlack BarNotchLabel
Height7.4"
Width8"
Depth11.1"
Form FactorDesktop
Weight (Approximate)5.25 lb
Platform SupportedPC
Limited Warranty1 Year
Standard Memory32 MB
Accessories
Description
3 Dimensions of ValueThe E-Class Mark III is a family of compact desktop thermal printers that are designed for a wide variety of industries and applications that require a reliable and cost effective barcode printer. Datamax-O'Neil applied its industrial printer expertise to provide customers with an entry level printer that has the features and reliability normally found in more expensive printers. The E-Class Mark III is affordable to own, easy to use and economical to operate.We've made the E-Class Mark III thermal barcode printer easy to use with quick loading media and an interactive LCD screen. Users will also notice a substantial reduction in their daily operational costs thanks to the E-Class Mark III's larger media and ribbon roll capacity. The E-Class Mark III is one of the best values on the market. It is competitively priced with a proven design and reliable performance that will continue to operate long after other barcode printers have failed.
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