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Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer

  • Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer
  • Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer
  • Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer
  • Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer
  • Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer

Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer

Datamax Honeywell I-Class Label Printer
Mid-range label printers for direct thermal and thermal transfer printing (optional)Simple handling thanks to LCD and function keysModular construction for simple retrofitting and tailored performanceCommand language: DPL, PL-Z and PL-ILarge memory: 32 MB SDRAM / 64 MB Flash

Label Printers > Midrange Printers > Datamax I CLASS

  • Part number: I-CLASSManufacturer: Datamax
  • From: £719.76

  • Datamax I12-00-46000L07

    Honeywell I-4212e, 8 dots/mm (203 dpi), display, DPL, PL-Z, PL-I, USB, RS232, LPT, Ethernet
    Label printer, midrange printer, thermal transfer...

    MSRP: £1,396.30

    £960.85

    £1,153.02 VAT incl.

    In Stock
  • Datamax I12-00-46000007

    Honeywell I-4212e, 8 dots/mm (203 dpi), display, DPL, PL-Z, PL-I, USB, RS232, LPT
    Label printer, midrange printer, thermal transfer, 8 dots/m...

    MSRP: £1,415.54

    £759.53

    £911.44 VAT incl.

    In Stock
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