"Epson LQ, pin needle receipt printer, is the most requested invoice printer due to its compact size, easy mobility, space-saving installation, and versatility in various work areas. It's user-friendly with the presence of Thai language support.
The Epson LQ dot matrix printer is used primarily in offices to print multi-layered tax invoices. It's a dot matrix printer with a print width ranging from 300 millimeters to 600 millimeters, depending on the model. Each model has a different capability to press paper, ranging from 2 layers to 7 layers. Print resolution varies based on the number of needles in the print head, usually around 24 needles.
The bill printer operates by impacting an ink cloth onto paper, creating images through the ink seeping into the cloth. It produces significantly loud noise and is commonly used for jobs requiring multiple copies, standing out for this feature. However, it might not be suitable for highly detailed printing or image-dependent tasks. Nonetheless, due to its durability and cost-effective ink cloth, the pin needle printer remains somewhat popular today.
Epson LQ tax invoice printers come in three main types based on print page sizes:
Short size type with a print width of 300 millimeters, suitable for general receipt printing in places like restaurants, coffee shops, or grocery stores. Medium size type with a print width of 480 millimeters, suitable for larger-sized tax invoices for wholesale businesses, among others. Long size type with a print width of 600 millimeters, ideal for special larger-sized tax invoices for retail businesses, among others. Additionally, there are numerous other subtypes of Epson LQ tax invoice printers available:
High-speed type suitable for high-volume printing like large restaurants or retail stores. Continuous paper support type suitable for duplicate tax invoice printing. Single-sheet paper support type suitable for single-copy tax invoice printing. Special paper support type, for example, heat-sensitive or carbon paper. When selecting an Epson LQ tax invoice printer, considerations should include:
Print page size: Choosing a printer that suits the required print page size. Printing speed: Selecting a printer with an adequate printing speed for the printing workload. Printer features and capabilities: Choosing a printer that aligns with specific usage requirements. Price: Opting for a printer within the budget range. Here are 9 reasons why using an Epson LQ pin needle tax invoice printer is recommended:
Engineered for durability, sturdiness, and reliability. Compact size with a SIDM 24-pin system, offering multiple paper insertion slots on the front, back, and bottom, optimizing workspace. High-speed processing for rapid, accurate printing at an affordable price. High-pressure printing, supporting multiple layers of carbon paper, capable of printing up to 4 layers (1 original + 3 copies). Multiple connectivity options such as USB, Serial, Parallel, or network server, enabling diverse connections. Ink-saving capability with a ribbon lifespan of approximately 15 million characters, ensuring prolonged use. Cost-effective by saving power without compromising print quality. Durable and easy to maintain, suitable for mid to high printing volumes, with an average Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) of 10,000 POH (Power-On Hours). Extended warranty up to 12 months (or 1 year), ensuring top-notch product care and reliability throughout its usage lifespan. Epson, a leading brand in printers and projectors with cutting-edge technology from Japan, assures the best print quality through EPSON printers and other products like projectors, ink refills, inkjet printers, etc."
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