Printronix Line Matrix Impact Printer OpenPrint Cabinet, Fixed Fence Front Paper Tray, Standard Emulations (P8CPH-0213-0)
Emulations: Ghostscript Postscript (Level 3 Compatible), PDF (Level 1.7 Compatible), Printronix PJL is also included for job control and configuration
Communication Interface: RS 232 Serial I/Os, USB, PrintNet Ethernet 10/100 Base T Print Server
Graphics Speed: (Inches Per Minute)
- 180 x 180 dpi - 79 IPM
- 120 x 120 dpi - 165 IPM
- 90 x 180 dpi - 147 IPM
- 180 x 90 dpi - 147 IPM
- 90 x 90 dpi - 236 IPM
Form Factor: Quiet Cabinet
The Printronix P8000 High Density OpenPrint Quiet Cabinet Line Matrix Printer, P8CPH, is one of the worlds first line matrix printers that prints PostScript® and PDF®. All of your industrial strength ERP and business critical software applications deserve an industrial strength solution. Whether your company network runs Oracle®, SAP®, Linux® or Windows®, you need a printing system that can stand up to the toughest workplace conditions and deliver the connectivity and flexibility offered by OpenPrint™ from Printronix.
The OpenPrint Quiet Cabinet Cartridge Printer is configured in a sturdy, fully enclosed sound reduction cabinet making it usable in any office or warehouse where large unattended printing applications are needed. Options include a Rear Slide Out Paper Drawer that has ergonomic features, like lifting handles, that allow for easier handling of full box loads. There is also a Front Paper Access helpful in confined spaces.
Normal print density for the OpenPrint is 180x180 dots per inch. Users can trade image detail for increased speed in 120x120, 180x90, 90x180 or 90x90 DPI modes. The P8000HD OpenPrint Quiet Cabinet Cartridge Line Matrix Printer easily prints graphics with clarity, forms can be designed and printed with enhancements such as non-gray scale logos, illustrations and graphics. It prints the full range of fonts with sizes from 6 point to poster size. Barcodes are scanable and accurate. Designing and modifying business forms is quick and easy. There is no coding required. Use any GUI design program or even Microsoft Word.