Datamax-O’Neil I-Class Mark II industrial barcode printers revolve around one word: options.
This family of mid-range industrial printers boasts pricing that is surprisingly competitive and affordable. Yet at the same time, a host of options and features promise to deliver reliability, performance, and easy integration.
Working in your business
The Datamax-O’Neil I-Class Mark II family includes printers ideal for:
- Transportation and logistics businesses, where they can be used for pallet tracking, shipping labels, sorting centers, and cross-docking
- Manufacturing companies, where employees can rely on them for inventory management, agency labels, finished goods marking, asset tracking, and case labels
- Pharmaceuticals concerns, for tasks such as track and trace, compliance labels, product identification, and pick lists
- Food and beverage businesses, which can use the printers for shipping labels, high-resolution labeling, product identification, and expiration dates and time stamps
The Datamax-O’Neil I-Class Mark II series includes three models:
- The I-4212e, which prints at widths of up to 4.10 inches and at speeds of up to 12 inches per second with resolution of 203 dpi
- The 1-4310, which prints at widths of up to 4.16 inches and at speeds of up to 10 inches per second with resolution of 300 dpi
- The I-4606, which prints at widths of up to 4.16 inches and at speeds of up to 6 inches per second with resolution of 600 dpi
Moving fast with Datamax O-Neil
Thanks to a 400 Mhz processor, these printers have a throughput that claims to be the fastest among mid-range industrial printers. Because of this, the Datamax-O’Neil I-Class Mark II series can offer 20 percent faster performance than the nearest competitor – allowing these printers to keep up with the most demanding high-speed label applications.
Want fast set-up time? The Datamax-O’Neil I-Class Mark II series features OPTIMedia, a technology that enables the printers to automatically make adjustments for optimal heat and speed settings. The result is superior print quality, while still consuming 25 less power than the competition.
Also making setup a breeze, the printers offer an unprecedented selection of communication ports:
- 2 USB Host ports
- GPIO interface card
When it comes time to service or upgrade these printers, an open and modular design makes work simple and reliable:
- Rugged construction, a gear-driven design, and a durable die-cast aluminum frame reassure workers that the printer won’t break easily
- ECO IntelliSEAQ print head has durable coating, better abrasion resistance, and longer life
- Seven-button, 128×64 LCD graphical backlit display is easy to read and provides a user-friendly label configuration setup
- Wide access to the printhead means the printer is easy to maintain, and both the printhead and platen roller can be changed in less than five minutes
- Several options can be easily installed in the field, including cutters, peel and present sensors, and thermal transfer technology
- DPL and other popular language emulations allow the printer to integrate easily into new or existing applications
Want to find out how the Datamax-O’Neil I-Class Mark II and how it can give your business options? Learn more at System ID.
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