lines per minute


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lines per minute

[′līnz pər ′min·ət]
(computer science)
A measure of the speed of the printer. Abbreviated LPM.

lines per minute

(unit)
(lpm) A unit used to measure line printer throughput.
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Tenders are invited for 9 X12 X1 Part Pre-Printed Continuous Computer Stationery Bilingual Payslip In 80 Gsm Good Quality Paper With Perforations To Suit Print Speed Of 900 Lines Per Minute With Printed Serial Number As Per Sample With Prior Approval Of Art Work.
P5000s print multi-part forms, fanfold reports, ERP documents, and multiple bar code labels per page at speeds up to 1,500 lines per minute with forms up to 170-inch wide.
At 2000 CPS (characters per second), the equivalent of 600 lines per minute or 16 pages per minute, the Tally T3016 delivers the speed of a line matrix printer for the price of a serial matrix printer.
While this new Tally printer is rated at 1500 lines per minute, it handily outperforms competitive 1800 LPM offerings in many cases.
Derived from the highly successful T6090 and T6091, the T6100's are faster at 1020 lines per minute (LPM), and offer flexibility as open pedestal, enclosed pedestal or quiet cabinet configurations.
The T6050 prints up to 500 lines per minute (LPM) and handles workloads to 80,000 pages per month (PPM).
With a footprint of 65 square inches, the printer operates at speeds of up to 290 lines per minute, processes multi-part forms, prints bar codes, and contains flash memory plus a 4 KByte data buffer.