Microcom releases Ethernet for thermal kiosk printer for numerous applications

Microcom Corporation has released its model 814M kiosk printer with Ethernet, enabling customers to communicate with the printer at any distance, according to a press release. It also gives the printer the flexibility to be controlled by a locally connected host in the same enclosure or directly by a remote server at a distant location.

Applications include healthcare, wayfinding, boarding passes, weigh scales and more.

"When we first released the 814M, it quickly became clear that customers wanted to interface with this printer using Ethernet," Andrea Flowers, national accounts manager, said in the press release. "There are only a few 8-inch wide kiosk printers on the market that offer Ethernet, and we are excited to be one of them."

Model 814M comes in a standard configuration that meets the needs of clients without overwhelming them with choices. Some of these standard features include: 300 dpi print resolution, heavy-duty cutter, presenter/retractor capabilities, USB, serial and multiple sensor functions. The movable media mount can hold an 8-inch OD thermal paper roll that is equal to roughly 1,100 sheets of paper.

Topics: Hardware, Kiosk Printers, Manufacturers, Networking / Connectivity, Wireless

Companies: Microcom Corporation

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