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Modern thermal printer to emulate 82240B
07-07-2018, 02:11 PM (This post was last modified: 07-07-2018 02:15 PM by tcab.)
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RE: Modern thermal printer to emulate 82240B
(07-07-2018 12:57 PM)rprosperi Wrote:  Do you mean Epson TM-T20 ?

There seem to be lots of TM-T20 models around, but virtually no TM-TS20 models. Is the S20 model something special?

You are right it’s actually the TM-T20. Sorry for the typo (now corrected).

TM-T20 $160 USD

TM-T20II $127 USD

The faster TM-88V $270 USD should also be compatible, but I’m already blown away at the TM-T20 series speeds so can’t see the need for the more expensive models - unless you print hundreds of supermarket receipts per hour. The speed of these modern thermal printers is actually astonishing, and they are completely silent when idle - so I keep one next to me on my desk for small print tasks like screen captures, notes, chunks of code that I want to analyse with a pen etc. They use no ink and thermal paper refills are cheap. All these Epson printers take 80mm wide thermal paper which is significantly wider and more useful than the HP 82240B paper width, though they can accommodate the narrower width paper too.
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