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Epson TM-T20X Series

The combination of its fast print speeds, high reliability and economical operation, make this printer a must-have for small retail and speciality stores, hospitality venues and grocery stores.

Affordable

This easy-to-use, entry-level receipt printer has an 80mm printing width. Automatic Paper Reduction feature reduces top and bottom margins, line feed width and barcode height, allowing for flexible receipt printing. This monitors and controls the amount of paper used. Paper costs are minimised by printing the top logo of the next receipt before cutting, so the top margin is further reduced by 12mm.

Reliable

Reliable With the mean time between failures (MTBF) of 360,000 hours and a mechanism life of 15 million lines, you can rely on the TM-T20X in high-volume printing environments.

Flexible

The TM-T20X comes with built-in USB + serial and ethernet interfaces. USB + Serial and ethernet make the model a long-term investment.

Fast

Fast Its print speed of 200mm/sec can save you time; ideal for when you need to beat queues quickly. Competitive price and low running costs can save you money;

Key Features

  • Economical: Automatic paper reduction function
  • Reliable: Mechanism life of 15 million lines
  • Fast print speed: Print speed of 200mm/sec
  • Flexible connectivity: USB + Serial and ethernet
  • Peace of mind: Epson is Europe's number one POS printer manufacturer1

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1 IDC, POS Printer Market Appraisal Western Europe CY 2020, 2020 shipments, published April 2021