Serial Impact Dot Matrix printer from OKI Data

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The new Microline (ML)1120 Serial Impact Dot Matrix (SIDM) printer designed for general business and point-of-sale applications was made available today by OKI Data Americas, which markets its products under the OKI Printing Solutions brand.

Joining the manufacturer’s existing line of 9-pin impact printers, the ML1120 handles a wide range of applications from invoices, receipts, inventory reports and spreadsheets to packing slips.

“Increasing end-user productivity, the ML1120 is ideal for today’s fast-moving business environments with its reliability, fast print speeds, paper handling and ease of use,” said Howard Foster, SIDM Marketing Manager, OKI Data Americas.

According to OKI Data, the ML1120, whether in super-speed draft, high-speed draft, utility or near-letter quality modes, offers the fastest print speeds in its class up to 275 characters per second (cps). The device has a reliability rating of 10,000 hours Mean Time Before Failure3 (MFbF) which is 67% longer than its closer competitor, offering maximum end-user productivity. Performance is rated at 18,000 pages per month with a memory buffer size of 64K.

Considered versatile and easy-to-use, the ML1120 prints on cut sheet paper and continuous forms up to five parts. The device features zero-tear and autopark positions, a rear push tractor and bottom pull tractor as well as a cut sheet feeder option.

Additional product features include: standard parallel, serial and USB 2.0 connectivity; Epson FX, I BM ProPrinter and OKI Microline emulations; UPC A, UPC E, EAN 8, EAN 13, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5, Code 128 (A, B, C), and PostNet Bar Codes;  and Energy Star compliance 4-million character ribbon life. Optional on the ML1120 is an external network print server.

The ML1120 pricing starts at $220 in the U.S. and Canada.



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