The KR403 receipt printer offers improvements in print quality, memory capacity, fonts and barcodes sets- including the retail-industry-required GS1 barcode. This kiosk printer is perfect to integrate into already existing designs due to its small footprint and variety of mounting configurations. The large 9.8 inch by 250 mm media role capacity reduces downtime. No longer will you need to worry about running out of paper with the new paper low remote alerts, so you can have a new roll ready before it runs out.

When it comes to receipt printers speed is very import and with the KR403 you will not have workers and/or customers being frustrated by paper jams that will slow them down. Zebra has a new patented looping protector along with a cutter so nothing gets backed up and the entire receipt is ripped off.  Litter is reduced and kiosk user’s privacy is protected by the retract function that retains left-behind printouts. The KR403 is easy to connect with it USB and Ethernet connectivity options.

To learn more about the KR403 Kiosk Receipt printer from Zebra Technologies or other hardware product contact Datex experts today at 800.933.2839, www.datex.com or at marketing@datexcorp.com.

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