Compact and Innovative, the Axiohm Asteron from DED Limited

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With built in mechanism, interface board and paper holder all in one compact unit, the Axiohm Asteron panel mount printer has been designed with instant integration in mind.

Developed for control, test and measurement as well as analysis and diagnosis applications, the Asteron delivers a print speed of 50 mm per second onto a 58mm wide paper roll.

Performance has not been compromised with size; the Asteron offers robustness, large paper roll capacity and a clamshell design, whilst also benefiting from the latest in enhanced integration techniques. Thanks to multiple mounting points and a fast and innovative attachment system, the Asteron is simple to integrate onto any panel, regardless of thickness.

The Asteron features an ergonomic door opening system with improved protection against spills and an advanced locking mechanism to prevent the door from opening unexpectedly. Two choice of case colour are available; white or charcoal grey, making it easier to match the Asteron with most equipment.

Supporting dual RS232 and TTL connections, the Asteron is a 5V device, with dimensions of just 78mm wide x 85.7mm high x just 57mm deep. The Asteron is available with or without the interface board should the user wish to integrate the controller into their own equipment.
 

About DED Limited

Formed in 1983, DED Limited based in Lydd, Kent. The ensuing years have seen the company grow to become a leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of: SpecialistKiosk/Receipt/Label/TicketPrinters, PoS Equipment, CCD and Barcode Scanners, Magnetic and Smart Card Readers & Writers, Cash Drawers, Pole Displays, Plastic Card Printers and Touchscreen Terminals.

Accredited by NQA to the BS EN ISO 9001:2000 Quality Standard, DED is a major distributor for a number of world-class companies such as: Star Micronics, Zebra, Magicard, Fargo, Metrologic, Axiohm, Posiflex, Vibrant, Nippon Primex, Data Modul, Neuron and N5 Software.

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