Epson FX-2190

Epson FX-2190

9-Pin Dot Matrix Printers

Fast, reliable, Dot Matrix Printing

$1,299.00 $NZ inc GST - plus delivery

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The new Epson FX-2190 dot matrix printer is built to offer faster printing, better reliability and flexible paper handling - in a stylish and compact design. It is perfect for production, car dealers, warehouses, labs, wholesalers, freight forwarders, finance departments and trade users who want high performance at low cost.

This 2x9 pin printer makes light work of a wide range of different jobs, including system event log printing, listings, orders, invoices and labels. Simple to use and extremely robust, with a long list of options designed to match your individual requirements, it is the ideal printer for handling medium and large print volumes.

Fast and Reliable

This printer is the fastest in its class, maximising productivity with speeds up to 680cps. This is delivered with amazing reliability, thanks to a Mean Volume Between Failure (MVBF) of 52 million lines and an MTBF figure of 20,000 POH. Additionally, long-lasting ribbons print up to 12 million characters with a print head life of up to 400 million characters.

Versatile Paper Handling

Flexibility is assured by handling up to 1 original and 5 copies (1+6 copies with pull tractor) and paper handling from the front, top, rear and bottom of the printer. The push tractor can be changed to a pull tractor, or combined with the optional pull tractor ensuring the smoothest paper feed. Two optional cut sheet feeders can be used to store different forms. Also, with a second push/pull tractor option, up to 4 different forms can be stored at the same time (2 continuous, 2 single sheet). The optional Front Paper Guide can be used to insert small paper from the front and the optional Front Sheet Guide is for insertion of A4 sheets.

Making Connections and Networking

Simple, fast connection is provided by standard parallel and USB interfaces, while the impressive capabilities of this printer can be shared via optional wireless and wired network interfaces.