With integrated label verification technology
and Operational Intelligence software, the
PX940 industrial printer gives customers 100%
readable printed barcodes, predictive analytics,
and a lower overall cost of ownership.
Developed for companies that are subjected to fines levied for non-compliance
to regulatory standards and returned shipments due to unreadable barcodes,
the PX940 series prints barcodes that are 100% readable every time. With
pass/fail and ANSI grades from 0.0 (F) to 4.0 (A), bad labels that do not meet
an established threshold are voided and a new label is reprinted. The PX940
printer has print registration of up to +/- 0.2 mm (0.0079 in). The trend toward
miniaturization requires printing on smaller and smaller labels. The PX940
will print accurately on small labels, edge to edge with high precision.
The PX940 printers are suited for transportation and logistics, pharmaceuticals
and healthcare, shipping and distribution centers, industrial manufacturing,
automotive parts suppliers, and applications that are regulated and require high
precision and error-free printing. The PX940 printer is available in two versions:
one with the integrated verifier, and an option without the integrated verifier.
Both versions are available with standard features such as Bluetooth® LE used
with Print Set MC and smart printing capability. Smart printing allows users to
configure printer settings and print without the need for a host computer.
With a Honeywell firmware platform that supports multiple print languages, the
PX940 printer is an easy replacement for competitive printers. A rugged all-metal
print mechanism, easy printhead and tool-free platen roller replacement, and a
predictive maintenance system all help to minimize downtime and maintenance.
The PX940 printer can support a wide range of media – including ink-in and inkout
ribbons with one-inch core size – enabling maximum time between media
resupply. Fast time-to-label and print speeds of up to 350 mm/s (14 ips) ensure
that the PX940 printer can scale with the changing needs of dynamic operations.