Seiko Instruments GmbH introduces the new receipt thermal printer “RP-E series”

The highest printing speed and the most compact in the market

RP-E Series - Front und Top Exit (black and white)
(PresseBox) ( Neu-Isenburg, )
Seiko Instruments is launching the new POS series RP-E. The cubic, stylish shape and small footprint of 129mm x 129mm x 129mm make it the most compact in the market. The optional top or front paper exit is located on the same surface as the paper cover and the switches, ensuring an effective use of the space around the printer.

- High Printing Speed
The RP-E series achieves the markets highest printing speed of 350mm/s. Together with a cutter life of 2m cuts and 150km thermal head abrasion resistance, the RP-E is also the global leader in its class in terms of reliability.

- LED Bar and Buzzer
A large LED bar which is easily visible from a distance and also from different angles, signals the printer status by multiple colors. In addition, a buzzer sound informs the user about the status of the printer. The anti-paper-jam function allows the cutter blade to automatically return to the home position when the paper cover is opened, due to a cutter error. Apart from the standard interfaces (USB and serial) there will be a powered USB as well as an Ethernet version available. The printer comes in black or white.

Coming from our years of experience as the market's No. 1 compact thermal printer supplier, Seiko Instruments will promote this new POS printer series to various users for numerous applications such as restaurants, retail stores, ticketing devices at hospitals and/or libraries.
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