Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1848.8 KB
Operating System: Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98 Gold, Windows 95B, Windows 95A, Windows NT 4
Latest Version / Release Date: 188.8.131.52 / 10 Feb 2005
The Dell Receipt Printer T200 L is also known by the name Dell Thermal Receipt Printer T200. This receipt printer delivers stable performance and is particularly developed for quiet and quick receipt printing. It has a 498 KB built in buffer in order that it can print receipts at a speed of 180 mm per second for improved accuracy and clarity. Developed to support exceptional performance of dual color printing and high volume requirements, this thermal printer device is capable of maximizing printer uptime by employing an automatic cutter function. The device’s graphics cache may be used for storing a host of rich graphical images in order that speed will not be compromised. The Dell Receipt Printer T200 L device also features 3 interfaces – powered USB (Universal Serial Bus), serial and USB. It is capable of implementing 2 robust print heads that are 2-color-capable that has the capability of heating up 2 accurate temperatures for dual color printing tasks.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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This thermal printer device’s chassis is developed for channeling unintentional liquid leaks away from the core circuit board improving the device’s durability even in the most demanding retail settings. A thermal printer device generates printed images via selectively heating thermal paper (thermochromic coated paper) once the paper passes over the device’s thermal print head. Once heated, areas will turn black and then generates an image. Specifically, 2 color thermal printers like the Dell Receipt Printer T200 L device can print both monochrome and extra color (usually red) through applying heat at 2 varied temperatures. Another method known as the thermal transfer printing is an associated method that utilizes a ribbon that is heat sensitive rather than a paper that is heat sensitive. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Dell Receipt Printer T200 L errors before installing any driver updates.