- POS thermal printer with an 80 mm media width
- Suitable for tabletops, thanks to under-counter mounting
- Print speed: 350 mm/sec. at 203 dpi
- Drivers or SDKs for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS
- Interfaces: USB 2.0 and cash drawer connection; optional LAN, WLAN, Bluetooth
The Citizen CT-S751 is a POS printer with a print width of 72 mm and a media width of 80 mm. It prints all common 1D/2D barcodes and tickets unbelievably fast at up to 350 mm/sec. and a print resolution of 203 dpi – all without delays. This is extremely convenient and saves time, since business in sales and hospitality continues to run fluidly – even if many print jobs are received simultaneously.
Its compact size and light weight of just 1.3 kilograms make the CT-S751 a comfortable helper. Its design allows the printer to fit into space-constrained areas. It is also prepared for special work environments: among other things, it is possible to install the POS thermal printer underneath a counter with kits.
Due to the usual high quality of Citizen printers, the CT-S751 also offers top performance. It supports drivers or SDKs for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS operating systems. It therefore addresses a wide range of operating requirements and is the ideal partner for virtually every application.
The CT-S751 features a guillotine cutter, which masters both full and partial cuts. This is extremely convenient, since it leaves the decision as to whether the receipt automatically releases itself from the printer after printing, or whether one wants to separate it afterwards. Thanks to the USB 2.0 ports, USB charging port for mobile devices and cash drawer openers, as well as the optionally available LAN, WLAN, Bluetooth and other serial ports, the CT-S751 receipt printer may easily and quickly be integrated and put into operation – which increases its user-friendliness in addition.
It is also robust: The CT-S751 withstands operating temperatures from 5 °C to 45 °C and even in non-condensing humidity of 10% up to 90% it prints its jobs without any problems.