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M-Class printers are offered with a wide variety of options and accessories to meet the needs of many industrial applications. A complete list of options and accessories are available on the partner center. The most commonly used options are listed below:
A printing method that uses ribbon to produce exceptional image clarity, as compared to most direct thermal media types. The 4-section split-hub design allows for lower torque on narrow ribbons. This option can be used with either coated-side-in or coated-side-out ribbons.
An output control device that allows subsequent printing to occur only after the removal of a previously printed label.
|Peel & Present|
An internally "overdriven" design for heavy duty requirements using aggressive adhesive or polyester type media. Minimum label length is 1.5 inches (38 mm).
Plug-and-play: attach the cutter and it is auto detected during power up. The rotary-style mechanism is capable of cutting media from 0.0025” to 0.0100” (0.0635mm - 0.254mm) thick, and has a minimum lifespan of 500,000 cuts.
A heavy-duty label rewind option to tightly rewind a partial 5.5" roll of labels and backing onto a 3" diameter core.
Other options offered:
The M-Class is a compact, industrial-strength printer that offers outstanding value with a broad range of features. The smaller footprint is ideal when users need the power of industrial printers but must consider space limitations. The M-Class has proven to be the perfect solution for warehouse, healthcare, logistics and retail applications. The modular design of the M-Class makes maintenance and part replacement easy, and the flexible design allows for a variety of options to be upgraded in the field.
I-Class Mark II
E-Class Mark III
H-Class Mark II
The M-Class is a perfect solution for warehouse, healthcare, logistics or retail applications. The modular design of the M-Class makes maintenance and part replacement easy, and the flexible design allow a variety of options to be upgraded in the field.
Manufacturers use M-Class printers for applications throughout their product lines with typical applications requiring as much as 4000 labels per shift. M-class is used for many applications including Asset tracking, work-in-progress labels, agency labels, and instruction labels to name a few.
|Transportation and Logistics|
The transportation and logistics industries use barcode labels in their distribution and warehousing facilities primarily for labeling shipments with critical shipping information. Because every shipment is different, the label printer must be able to handle the high demand with continually changing data. The M-Class is the ideal printer for the requirements in applications such as cross docking, shipping labels, pallet tracking, and in sorting centers.
The healthcare industry is under public scrutiny for preventing avoidable errors that can have dire consequences. Hospitals recognize the usefulness of barcodes in reducing these errors and use barcode printers throughout their facilities to print a variety of labels and wristbands. The M-Class printer is used to generate the high quality barcode labels that play such a critical role in the reduction of medical errors. M-class is Meditech and Cerner Certified for use in hospitals. Most widely used applications in hospitals include specimen tracking and records labeling.
Pharmacies use M-Class printers to print prescription labels. The labels containing critical information for the patient are adhered to the outside of the pill bottle or box of medication. Printing this information rather than hand writing avoids errors and misinterpretation which can lead to serious consequences. Most widely used applications include compliance labels, track & trace, and pick lists.