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TallyGenicom 6218
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Applies to:

TallyGenicom T6218

Author/Supplier:

TallyGenicom

Category:

Printers and Multi-functions

Requirements:

Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit

File Size:

28.19 KB

File Name:

T6xxx_xp_010505.zip

Release Date:

N/A

Version:

N/A

Last Updated:

01.05.12

Download:

TallyGenicom 6218

Rating:


4
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Maximum Print Speed (Text): 1800 line/min
  • Maximum Print Resolution (Graphics): 240 x 288 (dpi)
  • Maximum Print Speed (Graphics): 225"/min
  • Monthly Duty Cycle: 512000 pages
  • Connectivity (Parallel): IEEE 1284 Compliant

Description:

TallyGenicom T6218 is a line matrix printer built for users requiring heavy duty printing done on a regular basis. Capable of printing as many as 1800 lines every minute, the device can print a maximum of 512000 pages of text every month. It can also print graphics, albeit at a much lower resolution of 240 x 288 (dpi), and at a speed of 225? per minute. It can print on a wide variety of media, including 6-part forms. It utilizes technologies like Page Segmentation Architecture (for handling complex print jobs efficiently) and Read Right algorithm (for reproducing barcodes with highest possible accuracy), in order to ensure users always get satisfactory outputs.

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The device utilizes Read Right algorithm (also referred to as Read/Right algorithm), for ensuring perfect reproduction of barcodes. This technique was developed for line matrix printers used for printing highly complex barcodes. Devices using this technology scan the barcode (or pick up the template from a computer) and store it in a buffer, before the printing even starts. When the print command is given, the device automatically calibrates the tiny hammers placed on the printer ribbon, ensuring that each strike on the ribbon is done according to the thickness of the bars, ensuring highly accurate reproduction of the barcode on paper. The technique also speeds up the printing process to a great extent.