FTP-648MCL103 THERMAL PRINTER IS DESIGNED TO IMPRESS

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Fujitsu Components Europe B.V. recently released a high speed, battery powered  4-inch thermal printer mechanism that is designed to impress.

It handles the conflicting demands of high performance and low cost solutions in one perfect compact design.  The FTP-648MCL103/104 is suitable for applications such as warehousing, POS, industrial, medical, scientific instrumentation and portable label printing.

Overview
The FTP-648MCL103/104 series thermal printers effortlessly combine 50mm/sec print speed and 8 dot/mm 210 dpi resolution, with significantly improved high quality output for crystal clear barcodes, graphics and text and yet remains barely audible. With its diminutive size of 20.5mm (H) x 139.5mm (W) x 40.5mm (D) and weighing in at 160g the printer is suitable for any OEM design.

FTP-648MCL103/104
The printer handles paper stock 80-115 microns thick in the curved paper path and 80-150 microns in the straight paper path - up to 114mm maximum width. Fujitsu has rated the print head life at 100 million pulses or 50km of paper.  The printer has an operating temperature range of  -25C to +70C and a platen life of 5,000 cycles.

Design Concept
The printer features a lock lever-releasable, detachable platen that simplifies paper loading and reduces those periodic downtimes for necessary maintenance.

Product Features
Designed for flexibility and reliability, both front and bottom paper insertion paths are offered as standard.


About Fujitsu

Fujitsu Components Europe B.V. is responsible for managing the sales, marketing and distribution of its connectors, relays, KVM switches, touch panels, thermal printer mechanisms and input devices in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Primary customers include large original equipment manufacturers and resellers of a broad range of electronic equipment for various industries. The company is headquartered in Hoofddorp, The Netherlands and has representatives all over Europe.

 

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