Datamax E-Class Mark III desktop thermal printer Features
Easy Loading - The horizontal split cabinet with a rear hinge allows for easy ribbon and label loading.
Rugged Construction - Double wall construction and concentric hinges provide rugged structural integrity.
Wrap around media window – Allows operator to visually verify the media level without interrupting the printing operation.
Safe from spills –The sealed user interface panel is sealed to prevent liquids and debris from damaging the sensitive user controls.
Lowered Ribbon Costs – Larger one-inch core standardized ribbons cost less than the The 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 printertypical smaller desktop ribbons.
Large Media Roll - Reduce interruptions and increase up time with larger media capacity on the Professional + model.
Internal Fan Fold Stack - Protects media from the environment and eliminates curl on the Professional + model.
Easy Serviceability – No tools or experience required to replace the most critical parts, the printhead and platen roller.
Large Graphical Display – Allows for quick and easy changes and provides visual status indication (Professional models only).
Optional Wireless – 802.11 a/b/g and Bluetooth communication makes it easy to share, manage, and place printers where you need them (Professional models only).
Datamax 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 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 compact desktop thermal printeris 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 printers have failed.
Why pay for features you don’t need? The E-Class is available in four distinct models that offer the features necessary to meet the broadest range of customer requirements. A breakdown of features for each model is provided in the table on the next page.
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Gamma Solutions is an Intermec Honours partner, a Cisco Select partner, an Oracle One partner, a Sybase mobility partner, Zebra Partnersfirst and an LXE authorised partner.
Gamma Solutions is the largest reseller in Australia of Intermec scanners, Intermec Printers, Intermec readers, Intermec Vehicle mount units, Intermec handhelds and Intermec mobile computers.
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When you call us in Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney or Brisbane you talk to a Gamma Solutions service engineer who is experienced in repairing, configuring and staging your mobile infrastructure.
We are able to offer preventative care and maintenance service plans to ensure that your equipment is performing at its optimum.
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