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  • Sato CT4-LX-HC etikettskrivare för sjukvården
  • Sato CT4-LX etikettskrivare printers
  • Sato WS2 etikettskrivare för sjukvården
  • Sato WS4 etikettskrivare printers
  • Sato CG4 etikettskrivare desktop
  • Sato CT4-LX-HC etikettskrivare för sjukvården
  • Sato CT4-LX etikettskrivare printers
  • Sato WS2 etikettskrivare för sjukvården
  • Sato WS4 etikettskrivare printers
  • Sato CG4 etikettskrivare desktop

Desktop printer Sato

Sato's desktop printers are compact and user-friendly, ideal for smaller printing needs on work desks. Perfect for office environments, retail, healthcare, and small manufacturing facilities, they offer reliable performance for labels - RFID, ID bracelets, inventory management, shipping labels, and other labeling needs.
  • 8 different models
  • Small, yet compact and powerful
  • Up to 305 dpi
  • Print width 22-104 mm
  • Print speed up to 202 mm/s
  • Print method Direct thermal/thermal transfer
  • The CT4-LX-HC and WS2 models are specially designed for healthcare

Product Information

Sato’s desktop printers provide an optimal solution for smaller printing needs on work desks, combining compact design with reliable performance. These printers are particularly tailored for office environments and smaller production facilities where the regular production of labels, RFID, barcodes, shipping labels, ID wristbands, and other labeling requirements is common.

There are 8 different models in 6 product series:

  • CT4-LX Series
  • CT4-LX-HC (Healthcare)
  • WS2 Series (Healthcare)
  • WS4 Series
  • CG2 Series
  • CG4 Series

With user-friendly interfaces and reliability at the forefront, Sato’s desktop printers offer an efficient and convenient solution for various applications. Their ability to print clear labels makes them indispensable for organizations aiming for traceability, accurate labeling, and smooth handling of lower printing volumes. Sato continues to deliver high-quality printer solutions that meet the diverse needs in different work environments and industries.

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