Manufactured specifically for use in the ticketing industry as a high performance, value-priced product, the ST-3210 redefines on-demand printing price and performance criteria for industry specific applications. The ST-3210 printer features a fast 10"/sec print speed at 203 dpi and is designed with an all-metal enclosure and locking cabinet. It also incorporates a self-alignment, automatic ticket feeding mechanism that supports industry standard fan-fold ticket stock. All units ship with product documentation.
|Print Length||.25" - 99" (6mm - 2475mm)|
|Print Method||Direct thermal|
|Print Speed||10 IPS|
|Print Width||3.15" (80mm)|
|Media Sensor||Adjustable reflective sensor for media withblack stripe sensing (Automatic feed and topof ticket presentation)|
|Media Thickness||0.0025" – 0.010" (.06mm – .254mm)|
|Media Type||ST-Class: Roll or Fan-fold tickets or tags– SV-Class: Fan-fold tickets or tags|
|Media Width||1.9" – 3.25" (48.26mm – 82.55mm)|
|Interface||USB, Centronics® IEEE-1284 Parallel port,RS232 at 1200 to 38,400 BPS|
|Memory||4MB DRAM; 2MB Flash|
|Fonts / Graphics / Symbologies|
|Barcode Symbologies||Code 3 of 9, UPC-A, UPC-E, Interleaved2 of 5, Code 128, EAN-8, EAN-13, HIBC,Codabar, Plessey, UPC 2 and 5 digitaddendums, Code 93, Postnet, UCC/EANCode 128, Telepen, UPS MaxiCode, FIM,PDF417, USD-8, Datamatrix, QR Code,Aztec, TLC 39, Micro PDF417|
|Character Sets||Modified IBM® Code Page 850; includescharacters for English and most European,Scandinavian and Spanish speakingcountries. Scalable fonts can be used withover 50 resident character sets|
|Enlargement & Rotation||All fonts expandable vertically and horizontallyup to 8x; fonts and graphics can be printed infour directions: 0°, 90°, 180° and 270°|
|Graphics||PCX, .BMP, and .IMG files|
|SDK||Used for creating label formats using virtuallyany Windows®-based program.|
|Operation Environment||Operating temperature:40°F to 95°F (4°C to 35°C)|
|User Options||4MB flash memory expansionILPC fonts for international useTop of ticket sensor ST-Class:Cutter and trayMedia roll hangerSV-Class:Cutter with ticket present|
|Dimensions (W x L x H)||10" H x 8" W x 14" D(254mm H x 203mm W x 356mm D)|
|Power Source||Auto-sensing 90 - 132 or 180 - 264 VAC @47-63 Hz; specify appropriate power cord whenordering|
|Weight||19 lbs. (8.6 kg)|
|Warranty||1 year (including platen roller andinstalled options)|
Datamax-O'Neil by Honeywell is the global provider who works passionately with customers to listen, understand and then deliver a value-driven printing solution that minimizes risk and maximizes efficiency, safety, and quality. Our solutions improve our partners’ business through our deep market knowledge and consultative approach.
Datamax-O’Neil designs, manufactures and markets one of the industry’s most complete line of stationary and portable label and receipt printing solution products. These printing solutions enable manufacturing and supply markets to capture the benefits of automated product identification and automated legal and financial transactions.
The company’s products address a wide variety of applications, including those in the industrial, healthcare, retail, automotive and ticketing market sectors. Datamax-O’Neil is headquartered in Orlando, Florida, and maintains key facilities in California, Illinois, and France, as well as sales and technical support offices around the world.
1. Global provider of stationary and portable label and receipt printing solutions
2. Nearly 400 employees worldwide
3. More than 200,000 end-users
4. Well over 1 million printers manufactured
5. 50+ years of experience
6. Headquarters in Orlando, FL
7. Global sales and technical support operations with offices around the world Source: www.datamax-oneil.com
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