Panel printers are integrated into other pieces of equipment and act as mini printing devices for self-service use. They're made up of interface electronics and a convenient unit for panel mounting.
Panel printers are widely used for fire and security panels, parking, ticketing and kiosks. They're also found in timing and telemetry systems, industrial data logging applications and medical systems. Panel printers are equipped with internal memory and can house paper rolls of different widths.
Panel printers come with various features and parameters, depending on their intended purpose. Variables include printing speed, paper width, stock, depth and resolution. Panel printers are designed for specific end uses: receipt printing uses thin paper, while tickets may be printed on sturdier card. Paper and ink cartridges are supplied separately and can be easily fitted through flip-open door flaps. Handy sensors warn you when paper is running low or has run out, and alerts tell you when ink needs to be replaced.