News | June 14, 2011

Bixolon Releases The SLP-D220, Its Smallest Auto-ID Bar Code Label Printer

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With its Slim Compact Design, the Versatile Two Inch SLP-D220 Thermal Direct Label Printer Fits Just About Anywhere

Recently Bixolon, a leading manufacturer of POS receipt, Auto-ID, and mobile printers, announced the release of its new SLP-D220. With its print speed of 6IPS (152mm/sec), movable sensors and its slim, compact design, the SLP-D220 provides a versatile solution for a wide array of bar code label printing applications, especially within small, constrained environments.

Adding to its versatility, the SLP-D220's adjustable sensors support a large variety of paper types, including ReStick paper and particular marked media rolls (gap, notch, black mark, continuous, fanfold). The resolution of 203dpi (8dot/mm) is standard and a resolution of 300dpi (11.81dot/mm) is available on SLP-D223 model.

Additional features include a Serial and USB standard interface - with optional Serial and Ethernet, 4MB flash memory, 8MB SDRAM, easy to use paper loading and peeling, automatic recognition of multiple programming languages such as SLCS, EPL II and ZPL II and Vector font support (scalable font).

"The SLP-D220 is the perfect addition to our label printer product line. Its compactness and versatility allows us to provide an even wider array of solutions to the Auto-ID market" said David Roberts, Sr. Vice President, Bixolon America, Inc. "With its Energy Star Certification, the SLP-D220 also provides increased benefits and savings" added Roberts.

About Bixolon
BIXOLON's point-of-sale receipt, label, and mobile printers' advanced technologies provide a wide array of innovative solutions for such industries as retail, hospitality, healthcare, banking, ticketing, post/parcel, and warehousing. BIXOLON's thermal, impact and inkjet printers' intuitive POS software offers extensive customization capabilities. A leader in the global mini printer market, BIXOLON was a specialty printing division of SAMSUNG in the 1990s, and was spun off in 2002.

SOURCE: Bixolon

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