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Oki PT390 D Serial USB POS Receipt Printer

  • Oki
  • 30879538
  • 62310104
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An ultra-fast direct thermal POS printer!
Ordering Information
  • Max Res (color) 203dpi x 203dpi
  • Max Speed (color) 30lines/sec
  • Max Speed (B&W) 114lines/sec
  • Media Capacity is 1 roll(s) (standard)
  • Connector(s): Mini DIN 9-pin, USB Type B
  • Language(s) EPSON ESC/POS
  • 384KB installed RAM
  • 384KB max
This version of the PT390 D POS/Receipt Printer comes with Serial and USB 2.0 connectivity.

With a print speed of 300mm per second and a time-to first-print of a mere 1.9 seconds, the PT390 D POS/Receipt Printer is extremely fast. That’s why it’s ideal for busy, time-critical environments, such as retail and fast food—as well as for those applications requiring quick turnaround and high-resolution printing, like hospital labs and manufacturing plants. The PT390 is also highly adaptable where space is at a premium: not only does it have a small footprint and a unique front-exit paper path, it can be positioned either horizontally or vertically, on a counter or underneath. Its buzzer function sounds a “beep” when a print job is complete—especially useful in places with high noise levels, such as restaurant kitchens or auto repair shops. And it’s splashand dust-proof, so it can stand up to the harshest interior conditions.

The PT390 can handle a variety of media types and sizes, including the industry standard 83mm-OD roll. It’s perfect for receipts, coupons and tickets. It gives you a choice of fonts and a variety of barcodes, including 2-dimensional QR codes. With the appropriate media, this direct thermal printer can even print in two colors to emphasize important information—such as cautionary or marketing messages. In addition, its internal memory can store graphics and logos that you can apply to your output.

The PT390 lets you reduce the amount of paper you use for receipts—and reduce your costs, as well as your carbon footprint. By back-feeding the paper after each receipt
prints—the top section usually left blank—you can save up to 4.7 percent of the paper you use. Also, by using the Windows driver that allows you to shrink the vertical print size, you can slash receipt lengths by up to 50 percent without losing printed data.