5 SAMSUNG SRP 350

Pros
User friendly design by accommodating a small footprint, drop-and-load paper insertion and standard cable cover. Reduced installation space due to compact size and wall mount option.

Cons
Offers reduced MCBF life and doesn’t suit for printing barcodes for long time usage e.g. in warehouse.



SamsungSRP350 plus is a thermal receipt printer built by Samsung electro-mechanics. It is designed in such a way to easily withstand the rigors of tough environments, printing receipts, coupons, logos or bar codes at 150mm (about6 inches) per second. The interfaces that are supported bySRP350 are RS-232C, Parallel, RS-485,USB, and Ethernet. The modular interfaces can be easily changed by only having to replace the interface board without opening the cabinet. It is completely compatible with other competitor’s emulations including Epson, Star, Citizen and others. It provides you the advantage of drop and print paper insertion facility and simple elimination of Paper Jam. It requires power supply of about AC 120 ~ 230 V ± 10% with adapter included, and offers mean cycle before failure (MCBF) of about 37,000,000 Lines.  It has three indicators for power, error and paper, and one button for feed option. The maximum number of alphanumeric characters is 95 and international character is 32.

SRP 350 is an affordable, heavy-duty industry standard thermal printer compatible with PC or POS systems and cash drawers. It has near-end sensor and paper-end sensor. The dimensions of the SRP 350 are 145mm (W) x 192mm (L) x 150mm (H) and its weight is about 1.8kg. The print method used is direct thermal line and the print direction supported is bi-directional logic seeking. The data buffer is included to receive print data even during printing. It can print 47.2lines/second, i.e. 150mm/sec and the drivers that can be used are Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, NT, OPOS, and USB. It supports barcode symbologies like EAN-13, EAN-8, Code 39, 93, 128, ITF, Code Bar, UPC-A, UPC-E. The reliable printer head life span is about 1 x 10^8 Pulses, 100Km, and autocutter life of over 1 million cuts. The maximum print width can be 72mm, paper roll width can be 80mm, and paper thickness can be 0.062 – 0.075mm.

Merits

  • User friendly design by accommodating a small footprint, drop-and-load paper insertion and standard cable cover.
  • Reduced installation space due to compact size and wall mount option.
  • Easy to use and easy to change interface models.
  • Characters can be scaled up to 64 times compared to its original size.
  • Can select different print densities by DIP switches.
  • High speed and low noise thermal printing.
  • Enables bar code printing by using bar code command.

Applications

  • Retail, POS, banks, and other receipt printing application.
  • Characters/line: Font A: 42 Font B: 56
  • Character size: Font A: 40/42 Font B: 33/35
  • Operating temperature: 40º ~ 114ºF (4º ~ 42ºC)
  • Operating humidity: 10% ~ 90%
  • Power consumption: standby: 28.8W, and operating: 55.2W
  • Data Buffer: 4K Bytes
  • Extended Graphic: 128 x 7 Page (1 Space Page)
  • Dot density: 7dots/mm (180dpi)
  • Frequency: 50/60 Hz
  • SMPS Output Voltage: 24 VDC
  • Samsung SRP 350, receipt printer review 2016
  • Samsung SRP 350, receipt printer review 2016
  • Samsung SRP 350, receipt printer review 2016


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