Fox IV Technologies introduces the Model 2010 Basic Mini label printer applicator incorporating the Datamax M-Class Mark II printer. The Model 2010 Basic Mini is designed as a low-cost solution for companies requiring a label printer applicator that is simple to operate and maintain. The Basic Mini has a very small footprint at just 18 inches high, 13.6 inches deep, and 18 inches wide. Users may select either an 8- or 14-inch application cylinder to print and apply labels ranging from 1 by 1 inch to 4.25 by 6 inches in size.
Operators will find changing label and ribbon supplies easy by following the label and ribbon paths screen-printed directly on the center wall, the company says. There is no threading diagram to try to decipher. The easy-access cover and modular components make service and repair a snap, and one rugged, pressurized industrial housing contains the entire package.
The Basic Mini is part of Fox IV's "Intelligence Built-In" series of label printer applicators that do not require a PC for many applications. Databases and application-specific software can reside in the printer applicator. Peripheral devices, such as bar-code scanners, scales, and keyboards, can be connected directly to the unit —all controlled by a 100 MHz, 32-bit multi-tasking processor.
Company: Fox IV Technologies Inc.
Company URL: www.foxiv.com