On the road in matters of self-service ticketing: GeBE printer COMPACT Plus

Germering, (PresseBox) - Steadfast built-in printers are a necessity for on-board self service ticket printers for instance in busses. Tickets need to be printed legibly and without paper jambs even while driving on cobble stone roads.

The print mechanism of the COMPACT Plus by GeBE Elektronik und Feinwerktechnik GmbH features an especially robust construction, so the printer does its job whether on the go or at a stop - and all that at a print speed of up to 200mm/s.

Flexible Installation

The OEM printer COMPACT Plus typically comes without a paper holder. If needed a paper holder can be installed where ever there is room. Even in very small ticket printer units. Also, let's not forget that waiting customers may be less than patient. Pulling a ticket while it is printing can damage the print mechanism. Therefore the finished ticket can be dispensed via an optional drop hatch.

Initial information: http://www.oem-printer.com/compact_plus

GeBE Elektronik und Feinwerktechnik GmbH

GeBE Elektronik und Feinwerktechnik GmbH has been an accepted partner in the industry for decades as a manufacturer of professional output devices. Due to a reliable system for quality assurance (DIN EN 9001:2015 certificated) and many years of experience in manufacturing, GeBE has created a large customer base for small and medium sized order quantities. With cleverly structured modular systems, solutions can be realized fast, easily, and cost-effectively for our customers. GeBE supplies the components as well as complete devices, particularly thermal printers, controllers, and accessories.

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