Contemporary elegance and ultra-compact design...
AURES presents the ODP 333, its new POS receipt printer
- The ODP 333 is small and compact in comparison to traditional receipt printers. It has an ergonomic, splash-proof front receipt print-out, providing optimal protection against dust, fibres and liquid ingress in tough settings (kitchens, restaurants, cafés, baker's shops, etc...).
- The printer's low energy consumption motherboard (Energy Star certified) switches to standby mode when not in use. This guarantees reduced electricity consumption - an average of 30% less - in line with new environmental standards for green technology.
The ODP 333 has a contemporary cubic form and black matt finish, broken up by elegant black lacquered sides, for perfect harmony with the style and design of the sango and ninô, the new generation of AURES' EPOS terminals.
- Contemporary thermal receipt printer (very compact ergonomic format)
- Low energy consumption motherboard (uses less electricity)
- Triple interface: RS-232-C, USB and Ethernet
- Front receipt print-out - for a splash-proof, more watertight design
- Print speed: 160 mm/sec
- Configuration utility
- All cables supplied
Founded in 1989 and listed on Euronext since 1999, AURES manufactures electronic points of sale terminals and systems - together with related peripherals. This PC-based, open-system (EPOS hardware) is designed to provide management and till functions in specialist food and non-food stores, retail outlets, superstores or the catering and hospitality industry - and all other points of sale and service.
The AURES Group - which includes AURES Technologies and J2 Retail Systems - has global presence, with its head office in France, subsidiaries in Great Britain, Germany, Australia and the USA - and a network of distributors and resellers located in more than 50 other countries.
In 2012, the AURES Group pro-forma represented over 40,000 deployed systems and sales in excess of €52 million.
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