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Datamax Prodigy Plus - P12-00-18000000 - PRT-02115-001 - List Price: $2195.00 - Web Price: $1553.00 Visa, Master Card Only - Sales contact

Datamax Prodigy Plus® Printer

Datamax Prodigy Plus® Label Printers

The Prodigy Plus® thermal transfer label printer is currently the best selling bar code printer in the world. Both fast and powerful, the Prodigy Plus® delivers print speeds up to 8 inches per second. And for quality second to none, Prodigy Plus' proprietary SEAQ (Sequential Energy Adjustment for Quality) circuit makes sure you can print in-spec bar codes in ladder orientation at 6 inches per second. Prodigy Plus® is a tough, industrial design printer ideal for most manufacturing, retail and commercial applications.

Prodigy Plus Printer

  • Printer Type: Thermal Transfer/Direct Thermal
  • Printing Speed: 6" (152mm) per second, After Burner print mode up to 8" (203mm) per second
  • Resolution: 203 dpi (8 dots/mm); optional 152 dpi (6 dots/mm)
  • Bar Code Modulus: 5 mil. to 110 mil "X" dimension in picket or ladder orientations
  • Maximum Print Width: 4.1" (104mm)
  • Maximum Media Width: 4.65" (118mm)
  • Minimum Print Width: .75" (19mm)
  • Maximum Print Length: 10" (254mm) with standard RAM; up to 20.5" (524mm) with optional 512K memory module
  • Minimum Print Length: .5" (13mm)
  • Media Window: Clear side door panel to easily monitor media supply levels
  • Media Type: Roll-fed, die-cut, continuous or fan-fold labels, tags or tickets; most direct thermal or thermal transfer materials
  • Media Thickness: .0025" to .0100" (.0635mm to .254mm)
  • Media Sensing: Moveable "see-through" for die-cut labels and tags; reflective for labels and tags with black stripe sensing
  • Supply Roll: 8" (203mm) maximum diameter on 1.5" to 3" cores (38mm to 76mm)
  • Internal Rewind: Capacity of 5" (127mm)
  • Label Backfeed: For use with optional cutter
  • Ribbons: Industry-standard ribbon cores: 25mm, 38mm, 51mm, 64mm, 76mm, 89mm, 102mm, 110mm, 114 mm; 1182' (360m) length
  • Print Modes: Batch - printing one or more labels with the backing paper on, Rewind- printing a batch of labels and rewinding them inside the printer, Peel-off--one-up "demand" labeling with labels peeled and backing paper rewound inside the printer
  • Bar Codes: Code 39 (used to produce industry standards such as AIAG, HIBC, LOGMARS, etc.), Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 128 (subsets A, B, and C), Codabar, UPC-A, UPC-E, UPC 2 and 5 digit addendums, EAN-8, EAN-13, EAN 2 and 5 digit addendums, UPC random weight, Code 93, Plessey, Universal Shipping Container Symbology, Postnet, UCC/EAN 128 and PDF417
  • Resident Fonts: Nine alpha-numeric fonts from .035"H (.89mm) to .64" H (16mm) and OCR-A, OCR-B; CG
  • Triumvirate from Agfa in both Portrait and Landscape orientations (from 6 to 48 points)
  • Character Set: Modified IBM Code Page 850; Includes International characters for English and most European, Scandinavian, and Spanish speaking countries
  • Font Expansion, Rotation: All fonts expandable vertically and horizontally up to 24x; fonts can be printed in four directions, 0°, 90°, 180°, 270°
  • Graphics Support: .PCX, .BMP, .IMG files
  • Cartridge Slot: Two slots behind front door
  • Built-In ROM: 512K; optional 256K flash EEPROM
  • Built-In RAM: 256K
  • Interfaces: RS-232, RS-422, at 300 to 19,200 bauds; XON/XOFF, CTS/DTR handshaking; programmable 7 or 8 bit word length
  • Power Source: 115, 230/240 VAC, 50/60 Hz available; specify when ordering
  • Operating Temperature: 40° F to 100° F (4 °to 38° C)
  • Dimensions: 10"H x 10"W x 18"D (254mmH x 254mmW x 457mmD)
  • Weight: 39 lbs. (17.69kg)
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