Product • 24.08.2007

New SATO LM4e: Practical and Affordable Printer

Suitable for: Manufacturing, Work-In-Process and Materials Tracking, Shipping and Inventory Management

SATO, the world’s leading manufacturer of label and barcode printers and specialist in Data Collection Systems (DCS) and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), introduces the new LM4e.

SATO LM4e is available in two versions - LM408e (203 dpi) and LM412e (305 dpi), especially designed to implement medium-duty labelling tasks in the Logistics and Manufacturing industry.

The latest addition to SATO’s e-series range of printers, the LM4e is a combination of user-friendliness and good quality at an affordable price. Its sturdy metal chassis makes LM4e easily usable in a warehouse or on the factory floor. All this makes LM4e undoubtedly the best choice for the budget conscious buyers in need of a reliable desktop barcode printer.

Consequently, the LM4e opens up new avenues for small to medium-sized logistics and manufacturing companies to efficiently manage the flow of materials and goods through the supply chain in a very cost-effective way.

This new LM4e printer features thermal transfer as standard (DT and TT are available), prints barcode labels up to 104 mm wide with a minimum print resolution of 203dpi and a maximum print speed of 150mm/sec. or 6ips. It integrates 2MB memory and can handle up to 450 m ribbon roll capacity. Furthermore, the huge media roll capacity - up to 218mm entails that the operator has to change the media less frequently. Fanfold media can be easily fed through the back of the printer making it extremely user-friendly. Connectivity options enable the user to select from USB, LAN and Wireless LAN and high-speed parallel or RS-232 interfaces.

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SATO Germany GmbH

Frankfurter Straße 95
65479 Raunheim
Germany

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