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Loftek High Speed 90 mm/Sec USB POS Thermal Printer Compatible ESC/POS Command (Character can enlarge print) Black - UK Version
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- Easy paper loading structure, reasonable structure, easy to use maintenance. Built-in data buffer (when printing can receive print data). Communication interface optional parallel port or serial port
- Character can enlarge print, adjust character the line spacing printed. Support of different densities bitmap and download of graphics printing. Support for raster bitmap print
- Compatible ESC / POS print commands set .In the driver printing (mode), it implement and call the hard word bank to high-speed printing
- Print high-quality, low cost. Low-noise, high-speed printing. Small and lightweight, beautiful shape
- Support cash drawer driving. Low power consumption, Low operating costs (no ribbons, ink cartridges)
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Print method Line thermal
Print speed 70/90 mm / sec
Paper width 58mm
Print Density 384 dot/line
Characters size [ANK Character, Font: A: 12 x 24dots, 1.5(W) x 3.0(H) mm
Simplified/Traditional:24 x 24dots,3.0(W) x 3.0(H)mm]
Print Command Compatible ESC/POS Command
Interface Type USB
Barcode Type JAN13(EAN13)/JAN8(EAN8)/CODE39
Printing paper thick 0.06-0.08MM
AdapterVoltage Input AC 110B/220V,50-60Hz
AdapterVoltage output DC 12V/3A
Printer Input Voltage DC 12V/3A
Cashbox Control DC 12V/3A
WorkingTemperature 0-45°C, Humidity:10-80%
Saving Temperature -10-60°C, Humidity:10-90%
1x Thermal Printer
1x Instruction Manual
1x Printer Driver
1x Power Adapter
1x USB Cable
1x Power Line
1x 58mm Thermal Paper Rolls
Top customer reviews
Print quality of fonts is good because these are resolution independent vector graphics. It can print greyscale graphics if they are saved as 1 or 4 bit bitmaps which is sufficient for a simple logo.
Installed this on a PC running XP Pro. The installation program doesn't install it completely but you have to run it to get the drivers onto the system. Then go to CONTROL PANEL> PRINTERS> POS58> PORTS> and find a Virtual printer port forwarding setting which isn't assigned to any other device and try to print. If not, try another Virtual printer port.
If you leave it switched on as you are shutting the computer down in XP, it can stop that happening so turn the printer off first.
If you have it switched on before you turn on the computer, it may halt the BIOS. If that happens, just switch off the printer and reboot the computer. Then turn on the printer.
I haven't tried to get this working on Windows 8 yet but this video says it's possible:
These are Linux drivers:
Don't take long to wait for something to be printed off
Uses thermal, so no ink ribbons or cartridges required
Nice big bulky paper loading tray for long rolls of thermal paper
Easy to setup - UK Power Supply with USB cable
Built in Microsoft Word - paper options
Needs some reinstalling after setting up drivers on PC
*The printer itself works great and with a till draw too.
* Feels sturdy
* Cables provided
* This will only work on SOME computers.
* The driver provided only has up to windows 8 (you need to email the manufacturer for 81. and 10 drivers).
* This does not work on some 64bit systems.
* The instructions provided to me by the manufacturer basically say because my desktop computer has USB ports that are not designed to their standard this will not work. - FYI you need access to USB port 001 (if your computer is using this port internally then you will not get the printer to work)
They have advised me to buy another computer
Overall, the printer is responsive. I have given it a 4 because so far it works as I expected except for the initial hitch during setup which discouraged me from rating it a 5.
This is my first ever review by the way......