October 27, 2003

Printers Kiosks - Practical Automation

Practical Automation offers the ITK, cLTx, ATX38 printers for kiosks.


Choose from the printer series below. Click on the "More Information" link for detailed descriptions of printer capabilities, special features, specifications and diagrams. You're sure to find a printer that meets you needs and your budget.

ITK 23/24 series printers

The ITK Series printers are designed to satisfy heavy duty printing applications. These may include the generation of coupons, maps, lists, graphics, etc. The printers operate under the Windows™ operating system utilizing a WYSIWYG driver supplied by Practical Automation. Print speed is fast — 3.1 inches per second.
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cLTx series printers


Designed For Easy Integration
The cLTx series is a modular ticket printing system designed for easy integration into an ATM (automatic ticket machine) kiosk. The cLTx consists of two modules: a printer module and a power supply module. The printer module combines a thermal print mechanism, auto-cutter, and control electronics in a compact, lightweight package suitable for fixed base or slide mounting. Operating power is provided by a universal input power supply module. A four foot power interconnect cable allows the power module to be placed in a remote location for overall simplified packaging.

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ATX 38


ATX 38 Wide Format Kiosk Printer

A Direct Thermal Raster Graphics Printer Designed For Easy Kiosk Integration

The Practical Automation Model ATX 38 is the perfect choice for wide format, 6 1/2 to 8 1/2 inch printing in unattended kiosk systems. Applications include information dispensing, statements, government forms, educational registration, car rental forms, etc.

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ATX 23/24 series printers


A direct thermal, Windows™ compatible printer with options and features to support operation in kiosks or similar environments. Choose model ATX 23 for 3.34 inch (85mm) paper width or ATX 24 for 4.48 inch (114mm) paper width. Print speed under Windows is very quick - 3.1 inches per second.
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Posted by Craig at October 27, 2003 04:29 PM