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Okidata Microline ML395 Dot Matrix 607CPS
Item No.
8945
Mfg Part No.
62410501
Availability
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Product Information for Okidata Microline ML395 Dot Matrix 607CPS

Highlights for Okidata Microline ML395 Dot Matrix 607CPS

  • Product Type:Dot Matrix
  • Print Resolution:360 x 360 dpi
  • Maximum Print Speed:610 cps
  • Interfaces/Ports:Parallel Standard

Specifications Performance

    Print Speed
  • 165 cps Letter Quality @ 12 cpi
  • 245 cps Near-Letter Quality @ 12 cpi
  • 485 cps Utility @ 12 cpi
  • 610 cps High Speed Draft @ 15 cpi
  • Feed Rate 10 ips
  • Max. Characters per Line
  • 136 @ 10 cpi
  • 163 @ 12 cpi
  • 204 @ 15 cpi
  • 233 @ 17.1 cpi
  • 272 @ 20 cpi
    Emulation, Interface, and Memory
  • Emulation (Co-resident)
  • Epson® LQ 2550
  • IBM® XL24E
    Standard Interface
  • Centronics®-compatible parallel
  • 19.2 Kbps Super Speed RS232-C serial
  • (X-on/X-off, Ready/Busy)
    Memory
  • 64 KB standard
  • Fonts and Print Features
    Resident fonts (Letter Quality/Near Letter Quality)
  • Courier
  • Orator
  • Roman
  • Swiss
    Resident fonts (Utility/High-Speed Draft)
  • Gothic
    Bar Codes
  • Code 39
  • UPC A
  • UPC E
  • EAN 8
  • EAN 13
  • Interleaved 2 of 56
  • Code 128
  • USPS Postnet
    Special Effects for Letter Quality and Near Letter Quality
  • Emphasized
  • Enhanced
  • Italics
  • Double height, double width
  • Triple height, triple width
  • Continuous underlining
  • Super/subscripts
  • Outline
  • Shadow
    Paper Handling
  • Cut Sheets 14 - 24 lb., 7.2" - 16" (18.3 - 40.6 cm) wide
  • Card Stock 120 lb. max., 5" - 16" (12.7 - 40.6 cm) wide separated
  • Continuous Forms 12 - 24 lb., 3.5" - 16" (7.6 - 40.6 cm) wide
    Environmental
  • Size (HxWxD) 7.1" x 22.4" x 16.4" (18 cm x 56.9 cm x 41.7 cm)
  • Weight 27 lb. (12.3 kg)
  • UPS Shippable Yes
    Reliability/Warranty
  • MTBF 8,000 hours @ 25% duty cycle, 35% page density
  • Printhead Life 200 million characters average
  • Limited Warranty One year, parts and labor