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OKI MICROLINE 1120
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Applies to:

OKI MICROLINE 1120

Author/Supplier:

OKI

Category:

Printers and Multi-functions

Requirements:

Windows XP 32-bit

File Size:

317.75 KB

File Name:

ML1120UNZEA.exe

Release Date:

04/02/07

Version:

1.0.1

Last Updated:

01.05.12

Download:

OKI MICROLINE 1120

Rating:


3
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Connectivity Interfaces: IEEE 1284 Bi-directional Parallel, USB 2.0, RS-232C Serial
  • Printing Width: 80 characters (10 CPI)
  • Dimensions: 150 x 349 x 232 (MM)
  • Frequency: 50/60 Hz
  • Ribbon Life: 4 Million Characters

Description:

The OKI Microline 1120 dot matrix printer sports a 9-pin printhead, allowing it to churn out large numbers of prints in short intervals of time. The device can print on either single sheets of paper, or up to 5-page forms using continuous sheets. When printing on multi-page forms, the printer utilizes Zero Tear and Auto Park features, ensuring that each page of the form can be torn off easily by hand, without damaging any of the individual sheets in the process. It can print graphics at a maximum of 240 x 216 DPI resolution, and can support four different font styles when printing text, such as, emphasized, double width, italics, and enhanced.

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The device is a printer of type serial impact dot matrix, in which a multi-pin (in this particular case, 9) printhead is used to print text and graphics on a wide variety of paper based media. When a printing job is being carried out, the printhead starts moving on the paper in a horizontal direction. The printhead controller starts sending electrical signals through a series of wires connected to the pins of the printhead. This causes the relevant wires to strike the inked ribbon through the printhead, thereby forming text and graphics on paper in the form of very closely spaced dots. This technology is one of the oldest ones ever developed for digital printing, and is still used to this date, because of its simplicity and reliability.