Insignia is now able to offer clients this high performance, industrial strength printer series: A new generation of 4” printers that offer modern design, rugged functionality and good value for thermal and RFID printers.
With a compact modular design that takes thermal and RFID printers to a new level, the M-Class Mark II family of Compact Industrial Printers has a broad range of value-packed features and is up to 24% faster than any other competing printer.
Small size, powerful standard features and a variety of flexible options all combine to make the M-Class Mark II family of Compact Industrial Printers unique. Based on a unique modular platform design, the M-Class Mark II family of Compact Industrial Printers are easy to use as well as offer a lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
Datamax’s exclusive InteliiSEAQ technology contributes to the low TCO. This helps optimise print quality, increase uptime, and extend the life of the printhead.
In addition, the unique DMXNet Manager offers the ability to status, configure and support the M-Class Mark II family of Compact Industrial Printers remotely across a network, which is yet another significant time and money saver.
“The M-Class Mark II printers offer the highspeed performance and sleek yet rugged design required in modern industrial environments, the reliability and flexibility. The new Datamax Mark II demanded in commercial applications, and a small footprint when space is a consideration,” said Cindy Guiles, Product Manager for Datamax.
The simple-to-operate M-Class Mark II family of Compact Industrial Printers offers a variety of connectivity options, including wireless, Ethernet and USB Host, as well as upgrades such as internal rewind, peel and present, cutter, MCL smart solutions, and increased Flash capabilities.
The M-Class Mark II family of Compact Industrial Printers are equipped with an integrated RFID option that supports either UHF or HF requirements, and are designed to meet current or future RFID requirements.
Insignia provides smart solutions to meet data requirements for a diverse range of business environments and applications backed up by a national network of service technicians.