Sartorius YDP 30 Printer

Your Choice of Fade-Resistant or Standard Printouts

Sartorius
Jun 28, 2015

Weigh More Reliably & Efficiently with Sartorius Lab Accessories

NEW! YDP30 Printer
Document Your Results Quickly with Reliable, Fade-Resistant Printouts

  • Thermal transfer printing process
  • High-contrast printed image
  • Fast printing speed
  • Compact & robust design
  • Label and QR | barcode printing
  • Choose from standard or self-adhesive paper with ink ribbon set

YDP30, the premium printer f rom Sartorius, is a space-saving, user-friendly label printer that allows you to document the results of your work quickly, clearly and effortlessly. Whether using regular paper, continuous label rolls or formatted labels (optional), you can archive your data in the format that works best for you, regardless of whether it is calibration results for your balance as part of inspection and testing equipment monitoring or detailed application results.

The YDP30 printer will automatically perform thermal transfer or direct thermal printing, depending on the particular paper you choose. You will not need to change any settings....

The lift-up cover and reliable paper guide make the YDP 30 label printer particularly user- friendly and robust. The printer is straight forward to operate with just one button and one status LED. Smooth surfaces and contoured edges make cleaning fast and effective .  

When used in a GLP environment or as part of inspection and testing equipment monitoring , the printer can be seamlessly combined with a Sartorius Cubis ® premium laboratory balance or even with a Sartorius Secura ® or Quintix ® standard laboratory  

The optional Q-App “QR/Barcode and Label Print,” which is available for Cubis ® balances with an MSA display and control unit, also gives you the option of printing barcodes, 2D codes or prepared labels that are available in a choice of three formats:
58 x 30 mm
58 x 76 mm
58 x 100 mm

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