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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: £547.08

  • Datamax I13-00-46900L07

    I-4310e 300DPI, TT, EU & UK CORDS, Peel &Present and Internal Rewinder, LAN, 3.0/1.5inch Media Hub
    I4310e TT EU/UK 300DPI 3HUB CAST PEEL INT ...

    MSRP: £2,331.07

    £1,589.77

    £1,907.72 VAT incl.

    In Stock
  • Datamax I16-00-46000L07

    I-4606e 4inch - 600DPI, 6IPS Printer w/graphic display, Bi-Directional TT, 220v: GB and EU Plug, Base Model w/Wired LAN, 3.0/1.5inch Media Hub

    MSRP: £2,695.05

    £1,837.66

    £2,205.19 VAT incl.

    In Stock
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