CRS, Inc. announced the release of the SNBC BTP-M300D impact printer. The BTP-M300D, featuring manual-tear, joins the BTP-M300 (auto-cutter) impact printer released in 2013, as SNBC further expands its mini-printer line card.
[Text Box: SNBC M300D POS Impact Printer] “Plain paper impact printers are preferred for kitchen printing in hospitality POS and in many data-logging applications” said Bruce Mann, VP of Marketing at CRS. “In addition to extraordinary reliability, resellers appreciate the built-in power brick that contributes to clean, reliable installations.”
Over the last five years, SNBC has achieved many design improvements in its core impact print mechanism. The BTP-M300 Series incorporates all of these improvements in addition to a new paper “pull” methodology proven to reduce paper jams. CRS provides models with either USB and Serial or Ethernet on-board for popular network printing applications. Additional interface options include, parallel, serial, WiFi, plus short and long range Bluetooth. Like all SNBC printers, everything—including cables, ribbon, power supply and documentation—is included in the box without additional charges. The BTP-M300 Series has been certified by many popular POS software applications.
The BTP-M300D is available directly from CRS, or from authorized SNBC regional distributors. Private label and OEM programs are available. All SNBC POS printers are backed by award-winning CRS support and a 3-year bumper-to-bumper dealer warranty.
About CRS, Inc.
CRS is the importing distributor for SNBC in the Americas and is one of the nation’s leading importing distributor of POS terminals, POS printers, ECRs, POS peripherals, parts and supplies. For more information, visit www.crs-usa.com.
SNBC, Shandong New Beiyang Information Technology Co., is a subsidiary of Beiyang Electric Group Co. Ltd, since 1994, one of China’s leading electronic enterprises. SNBC is a leading manufacturer of thermal print heads, CIS heads, printer mechanisms and printers for POS, data-logging, kiosk and label printing applications.
SOURCE: CRS, Inc.