In 2011, the EOS were the first cab label printers with a touchscreen installed as standard. Eight years later, with about 60,000 units sold, the manufacturer introduces the successor generation, consisting of the types EOS2 and EOS5.
A mainboard with a powerful CPU, as coming with cab’s larger industrial printers, 150 mm/s maximum print speed and numerous possibilities to expand the device and connect it with others strengthen the EOS in the sector of desktop printers rich in additional features as a standard in the market.
With extremely compact dimensions, the new EOS 2 perfectly conforms to the needs of warehouses, logistics or marketing, with a maximum diameter of the labels rolls of 150mm. For processing large label rolls with outside diameters of up to 203 mm, the functionally identical EOS5 printer provides the larger chassis needed.In both printer models the 800 MHz CPU enables 150 mm/s maximum print speed, resulting in up to 20 per cent faster print job execution compared to the predecessors EOS1 and EOS4.
The Mobile editions can be useful whenever it is needed to put labels but there is the lack of electricity. Thanks to the 24 volts input voltage,these printers can be power supplied by every powerful battery.