SII Mobile Printers - Durable, Rugged, Robust
MP-B30

MP-B30 Series

MP-B20

MP-B20 Series

MP-A40

MP-A40 Series

SEIKO MOBILE PRINTERS ARE BUILT TO MEET ANY AND ALL OF YOUR PRINTING NEEDS!

MP-A40 Mobile Printer
  • Ability to withstand multiple drops from up to 6.6 feet.
  • High-resolution receipts at 4 inch (105mm) per second.
  • IP54 Rating.
  • MIL-STD-810G (Military Standard) Approved.
  • Adjustable to multiple paper widths with fixing plater.
  • Bluetooth or WiFi ready.
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  • Ability to withstand multiple drops from up to 6 feet.
  • High-resolution receipts at 5 inch (127mm) per second.
  • IP54 Rating.
  • NFC ready for easy-pairing with host device.
  • Bluetooth or WiFi ready.
  • Multiple options for battery charging.
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MP-B20
  • Convenient 2-inch paper width.
  • Withstands drops of up to 5 feet.
  • Weighs less than 1 pound.
  • USB style charger.
  • High-resolution receipts at 3 inches per second.
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MP-B30 MP-B30
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MP-A40 MP-A40
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Paper Width
2.28 in / 58 mm
3.15 in / 80 mm
3.15/3.94/4.13/4.41 in
80/100/105/112 mm
Printing Speed
3.15 in/sec
80 mm/sec
5 in/sec
127 mm/sec
4.13 in/sec
105 mm/sec
Paper Type
Standard Paper
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Label Paper
N/A
N/A
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Paper Roll Diameter
1.57 in / 40 mm
2.01 in / 51 mm
2.28 in / 58 mm
Drop
5 ft / 1.5 m
6 ft / 1.8 m
6.6 ft / 2.0 m
IP Rating
IP54
IP54
Communication Interface
USB
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Bluetooth
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WiFi
N/A
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Operating Tempurature
+14 to +122°F
-10 to +50°C
-4 to +122°F
-20 to +50°C
-4 to +122°F
-20 to +50°C
Weight (w/battery, w/o paper roll)
6.40 oz / 180 g
13.93 oz / 395 g
26.81 oz / 760 g
Dimensions (W x D x H)
3.11 x 4.33 x 1.73 in
79 x 110 x 44 mm
4.13 x 4.96 x 2.28 in
105 x 126 x 58 mm
6.14 x 5.98 x 2.80 in
156 x 152 x 71 mm
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Seiko Instruments (SII) , the principle company in the Seiko Holdings Group, was founded in 1937 to manufacture watches, an extension of a family watch assembly and repair operation started in 1881. Over the years, SII has evolved into an engineering and manufacturing giant that has brought precision time-keeping into the electronic age.

The majority of the company's business comes from the commercialization of proprietary technologies the company originally pioneered for watch manufacturing. The diversification plan began in the late 1960's. Core competency in electronics was quickly added to those of miniaturization and precision engineering and manufacturing. And the company began to apply its expertise to the development of products in four core areas: Electronic components, consumer/business products, color graphic computer peripherals and factory automation systems.

Seiko Instruments U.S.A., Inc.