Thermal Label Printer - Mains Operated
The Ap1310 DPLP is our mains-powered thermal dedicated label printer. It offers a larger label roll size whilst retaining all the innovative features of the standard Ap1310 model. Featuring a Serial RS232 port, the DPLP version is ideal for fixed site applications where mains power is at hand and where a label is preferred over a standard paper roll. It is compatible with a range of wall brackets to suit fixed mount positions.
As with all our thermal mini printers, it features our unique Single-handed easy paper-load system. No other printer is easier!
Features at a Glance
Here are just some of the advantages our Ap1310 DPLP printer offers:
AP1310 DCLP Thermal Label Printer 12v
The Ap1310 DCLP is our hard-wired dedicated thermal label printer with a high voltage range. It's ideal for any in-vehicle applications where a label is preferred over a standard paper roll. It offers a larger paper capacity and retains all the innovative features of the standard Ap1310. Featuring a Serial RS232 port, it is compatible with a range of mounting brackets to suit all in-vehicle or fixed mount positions.
Features at a Glance
Here are just some of the advantages our Ap1310 DCLP printer offers:
Panel Mount Printers Ap1200 & Ap1400
The super compact Ap1400 product houses a 12m paper roll and features an advanced easy to use lid opening system. This economical unit features a USB interface, as well as other communication choices, and is available with different power variants and white or black colour options.
The Ap1200 Series represents quality printing from a compact unit with much lower paper management than a conventional 'bucket' printer. Epson ESC/POS compatibility and Seiko DPU-20 emulation further enhance their capabilities.
Ap1200 Compact Panel Printer
Delivering high speed quality printing from a compact panel printerView
Panel Mount Thermal Printer Ap1200-12V
All the features of the Ap1200 but with a higher voltage rangeView
Panel Mount Thermal Printer Ap1200 DPU
A bespoke Ap1200 version with Parallel Seiko DPU20-24CF emulationView
External Panel Mount Thermal Printer AP1400
Our most innovative panel mounting printer with USB connectivityView
External Panel Mount Thermal Printer AP1400V
All the features of the Ap1400 but with a higher voltage rangeView
How do thermal printers work?
Thermal printers differ from inkjet printers in that they use heat, rather than ink, to print onto paper. It works via a fixed thermal print head made up of tiny pins which heats up the thermal paper, causing pigments in the paper to chemically darken in response to the heat. As a result, you get smear-resistant prints which are produced quickly and highly accurately.
What is a thermal printer used for?
Thermal printers are used for producing labels, receipts, tickets, barcodes, name badges, wristbands and vouchers. They are used widely across a range of different industries, such as retail, logistics, medical facilities, transport, hospitality and much more. Thermal prints are used everywhere you look, in our homes, workplaces, leisure facilities, on public transport and at events; the possible uses for thermal printers are endless!
What are the benefits of thermal printers?
The quietness and speed of a thermal printer mechanism means they are ideal for many applications such as measuring and analysis instruments, data terminals, medical equipment as well as EPoS/MPos terminals.
For these reasons thermal printers are increasing in popularity. Accurately relaying information in the form of a printed label or ticket is important in so many industries. Take for example medical settings, where labels need to be printed for vital medicines, patient information and more.
Thermal printers are also extremely cost effective. This is because whilst thermal paper may be slightly more expensive than plain paper, there are no additional consumables required, such as ink cartridges or ribbons.
A further advantage of thermal printing is that the quality of printing remains consistent compared to ink-jet printers. You can achieve a similar quality of print without the extra costs of ink, and with a fast and reliable printing device.
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