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Chainway Introduces an All-New RFID Printer for Next-Generation Enterprise

(Sponsored news) The all new CP30 radio frequency identification (RFID) printer from Chainway delivers stunning printing speed and precision through both direct thermal and thermal transfer printing. It accurately and speedily prints barcodes, RFID tags, invoices, wristbands, etc., at speeds up to 8ips (203dpi)/6ips (300dpi), and manoeuvers exact positionings and prints of small 10mm-wide tags and batches of RFID tags placed only 20mm apart. The printer even automatically identifies print heads of different resolutions and prints swiftly in any scenario. The outstanding capability easily meets the printing requirements of a wide range of industries.

CP30 supports touch and visual operation via a 3.5-inch LCD touch screen, and achieves offline operation with its USB HOST functionality.  The premium security and compatibility copes easily with various consumables and printing specifications. Moreover, the multiple communication interfaces including USB-B, Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.0/BLE, and wireless network card means the printer can stay connected any time anywhere.

Developed by a leading global supplier of data capture devices in the AIDC industry, Chainway, the new RFID printer brings faster and more efficient printing experience to users with unmatching printing performance thanks to the impeccable alliance of powerful RFID module, advanced built-in chips, massive internal memory, and high-speed data processing.

The all-new CP30 RFID printer is compact, efficient, simple to operate, stable and durable. It is your best companion in asset management, medical, warehousing, logistics, anti-counterfeiting and other fields.

About Chainway

Shenzhen Chainway Information Technology Co., Ltd. is a professional data capture device supplier in the AIDC industry.

Chainway designs, develops and manufactures a wide range of AIDC products, including mobile computers, barcode scanners, handheld and fixed RFID readers, rugged tablets, RFID modules, handheld fingerprint scanners and accessories.

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