Axiohm

Axiohm KMGA-80mm kiosk printer

This heavy-duty kiosk unit offers high printing speed of up to 180 mm/s, features both RS232 & USB interface, is equipped with paper out & paper low sensors for accurate monitoring of the paper supply roll.

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Featuring an adjustable print-width system, the KMGA kiosk printer can accommodate paper of 58, 60, 66, 80 and 82.5 mm, making it perfectly suited for integration into a wide range of kiosk applications. Thanks to its telescopic paper holder offering up to 4 possible configurations and 6 angular positions, the unit fits in any type of design and can handle paper rolls of up to 250-mm diameter, thereby providing the perfect solution for unattended kiosk equipments.

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Built with an anti-paper-jam system, the KMGA provides trouble-free receipt delivery to the customers. The unit can handle paper thickness up to 120µm and can therefore operate as a ticket or a receipt printer. The KMGA exists in several versions including optional features such as illuminated bezel to suit all needs.

This heavy-duty kiosk unit offers high printing speed of up to 180 mm/s, features both RS232 & USB interface, is bestowed with a novel rear lighting system to facilitate maintenance check out, is equipped with paper out & paper low sensors for accurate monitoring of the paper supply roll, has an extended operating temperature range of -20 to +60 C°, incorporates a highly reliable jam-free guillotine auto cutter guaranteed for up to 4M cuts which is performing full or partial cuts.

Those combined features all contribute to make the KMGA series one of the most reliable and durable kiosk printer on the market, performing extremely well in remote locations and lowering maintenance time and cost.

Main applications:

- ATM (Automatic Teller Machines)
- Gaming/Lottery
- Information kiosks
- Slot machines
- Ticketing
- Transit ticketing
- Transportation
- Vending machines
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