The ticket printer has an Ethernet interface and connects to the gateway's LAN network.
A tablet computer or computer can be used to control the printer. Buttons are displayed on the tablet screen or monitor for up to 10 different access code durations. Touching any button causes the ticket to be generated and printed.
The ticket printer is plug and play, simply enter the business information that should be printed on the ticket and the printer is ready to use.
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|Download specification datasheet|
|Gateway Interface||Ticket configuration
Tablet print page
|Ethernet||LAN RJ-45 10/100|
|Compatible||R2, R4, R6, R10 and R20|
|Operation||58mm (2 ¼") thermal paper|
|Dimensions and Power||W 5" x D 8.5" x H 4.5"
12volt 110v/220v supply, 36W
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