Thermal Transfer Printer 53*40 I

These thermal transfer printers come in two-component models with brackets suitable for both Intermittent and Continuous printing modes. They seamlessly integrate into a wide range of machinery, including vertical and horizontal form-fill-seal systems, primary labelers, thermoformers, and overwrapping equipment.

Designed to meet the needs of intermittent applications in industries like food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and automobile spare parts manufacturing, these units possess the capability to code various 1D/2D barcodes and Datamatrix codes with precision and efficiency.

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Feature Specification
Intermittent Mode Print Area 53mm x 40mm
Air Requirement No / Magnetic
Ribbon Capacity 600 meters
Resolution 300 dpi (12 dots/mm)
Print Speed 50 – 300 mm/sec.
Control Screen 4.3″ touch panel color control screen
Template Rotation 90°, 180°, 270° rotate features of the templates
Memory 5,000 Templates can be stored in the control screen memory
Power Supply 100/240V 50/60 Hz
Programming Real Date/Time, Text, 1D/2D Barcodes, GS-1 Barcodes, Logo, Counter (Serial No), Shift Code, Shape, Currency, Database Support, Table Creation Support
Barcode Types 1D Barcodes (EAN-13, EAN-8, CODE 128, CODE 39, CODABAR, ITF 2of5, ITF 14, UPCA, UPC-E…), 2D Barcodes (Datamatrix, QR Code, PDF417, Aztec code…), GS-1 Barcodes (GS1-128, GS1-Datamatrix, GS1-Databar Barcodes)
Communication RS-232, Ethernet, USB
PC Program Sayasis S20 (All Features Free)
  • The sturdy mechanical design is maintenance-free.
  • In Intermittent Mode, the print area spans from 53mm to 40mm, with no air requirements and a magnetic operation.
  • Enjoy a generous 600-meter ribbon capacity.
  • Achieve high-quality printing at 300 dpi (12 dots/mm).
  • Experience print speeds ranging from 50 to 300mm per second.
  • Access the Template Design PC Program “Sayasis S20” with all features available at no additional cost.
  • Benefit from ample local memory for storing various label formats.
  • Seamlessly transfer messages between printers and computers using the USB interface.