The SATO industry strives to become the most dependable Auto-ID solution contributor worldwide, bridging the final inch of the final mile for the customers in the manufacturing, logistics, food & beverage, retail, and healthcare throughout cutting edge tagging answer. With the strong global workforce from its decades of expertise, the SATO engineer value-added solution that will boost accuracy, sustainability, resource savings, and labor and will provide reassurance and will allow the emotional connections.
Value Line Thermal Printer – the Printing superior thermal receipt and the barcode labels are just simple with any of those three different sequences of printers that will make up a Value Line from the SATO. Backed through the award winning services group at SATO America, their Value Line gives the importance of printing top quality receipts, labels and tags without a cost of the unnecessary functions and features. These are in great quality with a simple use, these reliable thermal barcode printers are the Value Lines from SATO.
1. Thermal Desktop Printer – this thermal transfer printer became the best for customers that are printing a lot of Sato name tags, but do not have that budget and space for the industrial printer. This printer can print until 4 IPS, and has the ability to apply 300M ribbons which mean fewer roll alterations.
2. X Series of Value, Industrial Thermal Printers – this is the outstanding value with competitive emulations. It has 4” print width and can print of until 6 IPS. All of the metal housing for the heavy-duty printing can also accommodate varieties of media.
3. Value Desktop Thermal Printers - Outstanding value and trusted dependability with 4” thermal transfer printers. It has small footprints of until 4 IPS and with large ribbon roll capacity for the fewer roll changes.
4. OS Value Series Desktop Thermal Printers – it is a trusted dependability with outstanding value, Thermal Transfer Direct and Direct Thermal only. It is until 4” wide printing, which are competitively pricy, but are easy to use and with competitive Emulations.
These Portable thermal printers give the flexibility it needs for many label applications and receipts. For a mobile workforce, the point-of-activity printed is an important means of boosting worker productivity, accuracy and efficiency in the retail, healthcare, warehouse management and hospitality. This SATO direct thermal printer gives a mobile alternative without the need to sacrifice the quality or dependability. It is valuable in abundance of purpose, including the price marking, shelf labeling, specimen labeling, inspection labels and route accounting, direct thermal printer of the mobile variety is always ready whenever you need them.
1. All In One Label Printers – these are independent, smart, programmable, versatile, can be applied as a mounted smart printer or desktop-resident, or anywhere throughout the operation of the standalone label printing application.
2. One for all Label Printers – this is a 7-Inch full colored, smart touch screen printers with wireless connectivity, and works where it is in need. It has long life battery applications and with optional mounting abilities and the center-positioned handles. The SATO (Application Enabled Printing) or SATO AEP saves your resources and time when making the Sato name tags. It can be easily connected to keyboards, scanners, scales, and some other kinds of devices for the data entry accuracy.
3. 2-Inch Portable Thermal Printers – this is an Optimized Smart Battery kind of Technology that is until 2.16 inches wide prints. This is an exceptionally Light Weight with fast print speeds of 6 IPS and the Large Label Capacity has 22 percent more labels in every Roll. This is Liner less Standard and is a Polycarbonate Construction with drop specifications.
4. Standalone Desktop Thermal Printers – this is a Standalone printer with a built in keyboard and is so easy to operate. It has anti-microbial casing and long life battery that can support barcode printings.
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