applications where these products are used include ATMs, recycling
machines, multimedia kiosks and public transportation ticketing
systems. We offer innovative solutions and customized products with
high performance and quality to make your company's services faster,
more reliable, more flexible and more cost efficient.
The printers are fast, reliable and
versatile for both Windows and other computer systems. Your receipts
can now use all the grafics and font capabilities available in
Windows. Furthermore, with a print speed of up to 100mm per second
there are no limits to receipt design.
The printers have an integrated control
board. When connected via parallel or USB interface, the printers
are Plug and Play compatible with Windows 95/98/ME and NT/2000. You
can also adress the printers directly from your kiosk software in
We have afull range of kiosk printers :
58, 80, 112, A4 & Letter paper
100 mm/s maximum print speed
Windows Plug and Play
Flip-up print head
Retract and retain
Parallel, USB and Serial interface
thermal ticket printers are available in a wide variety of versions,
either with or without magnetic encoding.Both types of printers are
available in both desktop and OEM models, the OEM models being the
ideal choice for ticketing kiosks.
We can also supply a wide variety of options and accessories as well
as specialist advice regarding installation of ticket printers.
The TTPM2 model issues documents with
magnetically encoded data and direct thermal imprinted information
for use in ticketing and many similar applications. Many versions
including front load and card dispenser models.
The document size ranges from standard
credit card size (54 x 86 mm) to 54 x 110 mm.
One side of the document is available for
thermal imprint of normal characters, graphics, and bar codes. On
the reverse side, information can be magnetically encoded on one or
two magnetic tracks according to ISO or bit-bit standard. High or
low coercivity with 75 or 210 bpi.Read-after-write and automatic
cancellation functions are included.
The print speed is approximately 100 mm/second.
The CPM 2030 ticket printer is a high-speed
device for direct thermal printing of admission and event tickets
printed on paper or cardstock. The printer has a built-in cutting
device for separation of tickets. The CPM uses the same
high-performance thermal print head as model TTPM2 printer/encoder.
Loop presenter :
The printer mechanism prints and feeds the
paper into a presenter module. The feed rollers of the presenter
rotate slowly, catching the receipt as it approaches the output. An
output sensor detects the receipt and immediately stops the outer
feed rollers. The ribs in the presenter have now bent the receipt
slightly upwards. This initiates the loop buildup, and as more of
the receipt is printed, the loop expands. Kiosk designers have
complete flexibility as to receipt length.
When the receipt is printed, the cutter
cuts it off and the presenter outputs the receipt to the customer.
The application software can be set to eject the receipt, or to hold
it in the outer feed roller until the customer picks it up. An
optional shutter prevents vandals from inserting foreign objects
into the receipt outlet from outside of the kiosk.