strip printer

strip printer

[′strip ‚print·ər]
(engineering)
A device that prints computer, telegraph, or industrial output information along a narrow paper tape which resembles a ticker tape.
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Reports are generated in A4 or strip printer format as well as PDF or CSV files.
A strip printer provides documentation on the count results, including time, date, part number, gross weight, net weight, number of pieces and average weight per piece.
The robust and waterproof design of all the components, the IND469SQC terminal, the scale and the strip printer, enable this system to be used even in exposed locations.
It also sends the price and the name of the item to the strip printer at the cash register.