Printers and bar code scanners
Thermal Receipt Printers (Can also be used as kitchen printers)
SAM4S Ellix 20
Lightning fast performance, up to 220mm per second, drop & load printing and the ability to include barcodes and graphics, its the first choice for your business.
Incredible speed and reliability you can expect from a leading manufacturer. Providing simplicity for the operator with "drop and print" paper loading, and ease of connectivity for the technician with interchangeable interfaces and industry standard drivers.
"Giant" Receipt Printer
Despite it's name this is a truly compact printer. Very fast thermal print for 80mm wide paper. Comes standard with USB, Ethernet or Serial ports. WiFi optional.
The SRP-275 is ideal for both POS receipt printing and remote printing for food and drink preparation orders. Lift the lid, drop in the roll, close the lid and print. Nothing could be easier. No more feeding rolls through slots or rollers. This printer uses dot-matrix printing technology that can be heard in a noisy kitchen environment and draws the attention of kitchen staff.
SRP-275D has a facility for journal printing with paper take-up spool.
Bar Code Scanners
With a futuristic design and advanced scanning system, Voyager is the most advanced single-line, hand-held bar code scanner on the market today. Works either in stand or hand-held.
The patented CodeGate version requires push button operation when removed from stand to avoid unwanted scans, but automatically detects and registers bar codes as they pass, if left in the stand.
The Eclipse® is a single line, hand held budget laser scanner. Equipped with Metrologic's patented CodeGate technology, as described above, Eclipse can be used in wide variety of applications. Ideal for use with a PC when inputting product detail.
Orbit™ is an aggressive, omnidirectional presentation laser bar code scanner. Lightweight and rugged, Orbit is small in size but BIG in performance. This means it can also be used hand-held to scan those larger items. Orbit is Metrologic's first point-of-sale bar code scanner to incorporate holographic technology.