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Datamax M-Class Label Printer KD2-00-46000007 M-4206 Mark II

Datamax M-Class Label Printer KD2-00-46000007 M-4206 Mark II
$792.64
Manufacturer: Datamax-O'Neil
Mfg Number: KD2-00-46000007
SKU:
Model: M-4206 Mark II
Condition: New
UPC: 3609740035807
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Specifications
Product TypeDirect Thermal/Thermal Transfer Printer
Brand NameDatamax
ManufacturerDatamax-O'Neil
Product ModelM-4206 Mark II
Product NameM-Class M-4206 Mark II Label Printer
Product LineM-Class
Manufacturer Part NumberKD2-00-46000007
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.datamax-oneil.com
Maximum Mono Print Speed6 in/s
Maximum Print Resolution203 dpi
Print ColorMonochrome
Maximum Print Width4.25"
Recommended UseLabel Print
Display Screen TypeLCD
USBYes
Serial PortYes
Parallel PortYes
Maximum Label Width4.65"
Media TypeRoll FedFanfoldDie-cut LabelContinuous LabelPerforated LabelContinuous TagTicket StockBlack Mark
Media Thickness10 mil
Height10.2"
Width10.1"
Depth18.2"
Form FactorDesktop
Weight (Approximate)27 lb
Platform SupportedPC
Standard Memory16 MB
Description
The M-Class is a compact, industrial-strength printer that offers outstanding value with a broad range of features. The smaller footprint is ideal when users need the power of industrial printers but must consider space limitations. The M-Class has proven to be the perfect solution for warehouse, healthcare, logistics and retail applications. The modular design of the M-Class makes maintenance and part replacement easy, and the flexible design allows for a variety of options to be upgraded in the field.
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