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Thermal Printer POS Fujitsu FP-1000

Fujitsu thermal printers are well known for 20 years with their quality, which in turn has helped many people since its inception, and became one of the largest manufacturers of thermal printer manufactures.
Fujitsu thermal printers are found in many daily use applications, retail and manufacturing uses such as cash registers, offices, car parking areas, can be use to POS printers system, printing excellence cashier paper , paper receipt, barcode printer quickly, and able to print barcode QR Code.

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Thermal Printer Kasir Fujitsu 639USL

Fujitsu kiosk thermal printer , FTP-639 USL, has high reliability and significant cost efficiency, making FTP-639 USL a cheap and reliable cash register printer, in its class. Thermal printer FTP-639 USL is also widely used in parkers printers with die-cut printing technology and self service system (giving instructions or indicators on the system if damaged).

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2D Barcode Scanner CR-900FD

CR900FD   is a 2D barcode, barcode scanner with very aggressive barcode reading capability, is able to read 1D barcodes very well, in addition to reading 2D barcode such as QR Code, Data Matrix. In addition to CODE CR 900, the 2D CODE barcode scanner also has a barcode scanner with the ability to read barcodes printed on metal or other print media called DPM barcode scanners.

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