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The Citizen CBM-1000 II thermal POS printer fits perfectly into a wide variety of POS applications. It combines high-speed, two-color printing with a compact footprint and an interchangeable parallel port for a reliable, versatile printing. This legendary, front-exit printer features a Spill-Shield design to prevent damage from moisture or foreign objects to the internal mechanism as well as drop-in paper loading, a long-life paper cutter, barcode printing and flash memory for storing and printing logos.
- Printing width: 72mm
- NV bit map data area: 256K bytes
- Reliability: Thermal head: 100,000,000 pulses or 100km
Platform Supported: PC
Certifications & Standards:
EMC & Safety Standards:
- FCC Class A
|Manufacturer||Citizen Micro HumanTech|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CBM-1000II-PF120S-CW|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.citizen-america.com|
|Product Model||CBM-1000 II|
|Product Name||CBM-1000 II Receipt Printer|
The Citizen CBM-1000 II Receipt Printer fits perfectly in a wide variety of POS applications. It combines high-speed, two-color printing with a compact footprint. The CBM-1000 II Receipt Printer also features a longer-life paper cutter, barcode printing and flash memory for storing and printing logos. And with a spill-resistant top and a quick-and-easy paper drop-in mechanism, the CBM-1000 II Receipt Printer is the ideal choice for POS printing.
|Product Type||Thermal Transfer Printer|
|Recommended Use||Receipt Print|
|Print Color Capability||Color|
|Maximum Mono Print Speed||5.91 in/s|
|Maximum Print Resolution||203 dpi|
|Number of Columns||64|
|Maximum Print Width||2.83"|
|Barcode Symbology Supported|
|Network & Communication|
|Media Types & Handling|
|Maximum Roll Diameter||3.30"|
|Fonts & Emulation|
|ProductTitle||Citizen CBM-1000 II Receipt Printer - Color - 150 mm/s Mono - 203 dpi - Parallel|
|Limited Warranty||3 Year|
|Beach Audio Warranty|
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday, November 01, 2009.