serial printer


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Noun1.serial printer - a printer that prints a single character at a time
daisywheel printer - a printer that uses a daisy print wheel
printing machine, printer - a machine that prints
teleprinter, teletype machine, teletypewriter, telex, telex machine - a character printer connected to a telegraph that operates like a typewriter
stock ticker, ticker - a character printer that automatically prints stock quotations on ticker tape
typewriter - hand-operated character printer for printing written messages one character at a time
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The device is immediately recognized by the system, and the converter can be connected to a serial device such as a modem, scale, serial printer or other instrument.
Test results are displayed in real-time and can be output to a computer or printed via the standard thermal serial printer. * MOCON, Inc., Minneapolis, MN 55428.
Each unit has two active serial communication ports, one serial printer port with flow control, and includes an Ethernet port, allowing for network connection and remote diagnostics.
Network ready, it is approved for use with any UL-listed serial printer. An updated look, built-in network line card with AES encryption and 3,500-network account capacity combine to make this an economical receiver for monitoring alarms over a network.
At that point, connect the adaptor to your target device (i.e., modem, serial printer, scale, bar code/mag stripe reader, etc.).
The Pocket Printer A6 ships with a serial printer cable, AC power adapter, 4 AA batteries, 1 roll printer A6 paper, travel bag, setup CD-ROM and a printed manual.
IPC-1 microprocessor-based monitor/controller features fuzzy-logic control of peak values, automatic display of end-of-cycle reports via serial printer or PC, four configurable electromechanical relays, seven logic outputs, flexible input (piezoelectric, strain-gauge, and/or voltage), automatic conversions of force to pressure and strain to tonnage.