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Datamax M-4206 Bar Code Printers - Part# KD2-00-08000000

KD2-00-08000000 - Datamax M-4206

    Direct Thermal Only. M-4206 Mark II Printer with USB, Serial & Parallel Interfaces, 203 dpi, 4 Inch Print Width, 6 ips Print Speed, 8MB Flash, Fixed Media Hanger and Power Supply included.

  • The Datamax M-4206 has been Discontinued and Upgraded to the Datamax M-4206 Mark II.
  • 203 DPI M-Class Mark II: Industrial Strength, Compact & Versitile bar code printer.
  • Print Method - Thermal Transfer and/or Direct Thermal options.
  • Print Resolution - 203 dots per inch(dpi).
  • Print Speed - up to 6 inches per second(ips).
  • Print Width - up to 4.25 in. wide.
  • Memory - 8MB SDRAM & 4MB Flash.
  • Warranty - 12-month warranty with extended-warranty options.

The KD2-00-08000000 is the printer of choice for desktop and light industrial applications limited to small work space. When your printing application requires a flexible solution and your budget requires a low total cost of ownership, the KD2-00-08000000 is your hero.

The beauty of the KD2-00-08000000 lies in its design, combining sophisticated engineering characteristics, rugged materials, and modularity. The capabilities of the KD2-00-08000000 are diverse, from your office desk, to a busy hospital pharmacy, or a manufacturing environment. The KD2-00-08000000 printer accommodates many variables in your printing application or labeling requirement, lending itself to be the best value in a mid-range printer in todays marketplace.

The KD2-00-08000000 is easily accessible for quick ribbon and media changes. The KD2-00-08000000 offers numerous field installable options, for fast enhancements to your already diverse printer. The printers modular construction stems from the die-cast aluminum chassis, a rugged component allowing multiple configurations in a user-friendly manner with a patent pending options installation design. The durable Datamax KD2-00-08000000 is a lightweight printer designed to address existing and emerging markets of thermal printing.