Packaging Equipment & Supplies April 23, 2012
I-Class Mark II industrial printer
Datamax-O'Neil has released a new version of its I-Class series of industrial printers: the I-Class Mark II. Datamax-O'Neil asserts that the I-Class Mark II printer has 20-percent faster print speeds, 44-percent faster processing, and 61-percent lower power consumption than any printer in its class. The I-Class Mark II provides 64 MB Flash and 32 MB DRAM as standard features.
The I-Class Mark II has a die-cast aluminum frame and metal cabinet. It offers options such as internal rewind, thermal transfer, and W-LAN. The printer's IntelliSEAQ printheads have a durable coating and high abrasion resistance and do not consume a lot of power, according to the manufacturer. The I-Class Mark II is the first printer to come equipped with OPTIMedia, a feature that enables the printer to automatically adjust to optimum heat, speed, darkness, and contrast settings to ensure the highest quality printing.