|Printing Speed||250 mm/sec|
|Printing Resolution||203 dpi|
|Interface Type||USB + Serial + Ethernet|
|Paper Width||78 mm|
|Model Name/Number||GP 80250|
|Line Spacing||3.75 mm|
|Paper Diameter||80 mm|
|Storage Temperature||10 to 40 Deg C|
|Working Temperature||5 to 45 Deg C|
|Printing Method||Thermal Line Printing|
|Print Width||64 mm|
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Thermal printing (or direct thermal printing) creates a printed image by selectively heating thermal paper as it passes through the thermal print head. The heat-sensitive paper's coating turns black where it is heated, resulting in the desired image.