Scales4u launches new label printing scale in Portugal

Scales4u launches new label printing scale in Portugal

Scales4U (Portugal) - Press Release: The Micro IP20 label printing scale has now launched on Scales4u. This highly customizable label printing scale is a innovating and unique option for the retail market in Portugal. 

The Micro IP20 comes with a customizable and user friendly back office software that allows the updates and customization of labels, products & picture updates and data import & export management. 

Micro IP20 techincal data:

  • Verification certificate included
  • Capacity: 30kg
  • Dual Division: (0-15kg)=5g (15kg-30kg)=10g
  • ABS housing with 304 grade stainless steel top plate
  • 385mm x 277mm top plate size
  • HD color display
  • Up to 9999 products can be added – 80 direct PLUs
  • Power: main power cord
  • Back office software: PLU updates, custom print and label formats, preset button configurations, PLU backups and uploads
  • Ethernet connection
  • Label types: liner, liner less and receipt
  • RS232, USB

For more information on this scale please visit our website on the link below.

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