Brother HP-5 Thermal Transfer Printer is an accessory for the N/A. It is in Very Good condition.
Please check the pictures for condition and contents. If a manual or other contents are not pictured then it is not supplied.
INTERFACE Centronics or RS232C
MAX. PAPER WIDTH 216mm (8½")
MAX. CHARACTERS PER LINE 132
PRINTING SPEED 30 CPS
GRAPHICS MODE Block graphics Bit image graphics (requires special software to perform copy)
POWER SUPPLY Internal battery or AC adaptor
OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES Accepts A4 cut sheets, self-test mode for printhead, variable line spacing, international fonts including French and German. Can also accept ink ribbons
Complete with 2 ink ribbons, instructions and 1 new, 1 part used roll of paper.
Will work with any computer with and RS232 interface. NOT TESTED.
Condition : Very Good
(See photo for condition)
Quantity Available : 0
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