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Spectra Series Label Printers










Key Features

  • 300 dpi rpint resolution
  • Ribbon saving option (4" & 6" models)
  • 300mm/sec print speed - 4" models
  • 450m ribbon length
  • Free software
  • USB, serial & parallel interfaces
  • Optional Ethernet interface






Heavy Duty Industrial Label Printers with Ribbon Saving Option

  Valentin Spectra label printer


The Spectra printer range includes 300 dpi resolution 4", 6" and 8" wide heavy industrial printers. built for the harshest industrial environments. Labels can be printed in thermal transfer or direct thermal print modes.

4" and 6" wide printers are available with optional ribbon saving to keep ribbon costs to a minimum especially where only a small proportion of the label is printed.

Other options include cutter, label dispenser, internal rewinder and external rewinder purpose designed to integrate with Spectra printers. For maximum flexibility ribbons can be either outside or inside wound.

USB, serial and parallel interfaces are included as standard. An Ethernet interface is also available as an option.

Spectra printers can be used in stand-alone mode (with no PC connected) by adding the optional memory card holder. Label designs may then be downloaded to a memory card and selected for printing using the built in keyboard and LCD display on the front of the printer (or plug-in keyboard). Any variable data such as batch code or operator ID can be entered using the keyboard and display. Real time data such as time, date and expiry dates can be printed in stand-alone mode.

NiceLabel SE label design software is included free with all Martek printers for basic label printing requirements. For more advanced requirements, NiceLabel Express, Pro and Suite are also available. Click here for more details of the NiceLabel range.


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