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Datamax-O'Neil 200382-100 Portable Barcode Printer

The Datamax-O'Neil 200382-100 Portable Barcode Printer has been discontinued.
No direct replacement is available.
Please contact us for a suitable substitute.
Datamax-O'Neil microFlash 2te - Thermal printer with Bluetooth interface and Linerless option
Printer Type
Mobile
Printing Technology
Direct Thermal
Interface Options
Bluetooth, Serial (RS-232)
Print Resolution
203 dpi
Max Print Width
2.25 inch
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Datamax-O'Neil microFlash 2te Portable Barcode Printer Model Overview
Eight generations of innovations and a relentless pursuit of reliably have resulted in the Datamax-O-Neil microFlash 2te - the smallest 2" printer with a design proven to thrive in the mobile environment. The microFlash 2te prints outstanding quality 2" direct thermal receipts, proof of deliveries, invoices, barcodes and labels. Whether in serial or wireless mode, the microFlash 2te is the printer of choice around the globe for field mobile service, route accounting, direct store delivery (DSD), logistics, home delivery and pre-sales systems. The Datamax-O-Neil microFlash 2te is amazingly small; in fact, it's up to 33% smaller than competitive rugged printers! The microFlash 2te is the only printer that provides the durability required in the demanding field mobile environment. Rugged enough to withstand multiple 6' drops to concrete, the microFlash 2te direct thermal printer is designed and engineered to withstand even the most punishing portable applications. From its peerless internal printing mechanism to its unbreakable high-density polyethylene case, the microFlash line of printers are lauded worldwide for providing the most reliable printing, shift after shift, month after month, and year after year.
Brand
Datamax-O'Neil
Model
microFlash 2te
Max Print Width
2.25 inch
Printer Type
Mobile
Printing Technology
Direct Thermal
Print Resolution
203 dpi
Interface Options
Bluetooth, Serial (RS-232)
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