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New 80mm roll ticket printer, RP-80

ITL have launched their new high performance 80mm roll ticket printer, RP-80. This standalone, compact roll printer is ideal for the gaming and sports betting market as it reduces ticket wastage and ensures efficient printing performance.  

The compact RP-80 offers outstanding features and benefits and provides excellent value for money. One of the main benefits it that this standalone ticket printer can be fitted into existing applications due to its flexible mounting options, making the RP-80 a valuable investment. In addition, it’s fast print to present speed, large roll ticket capacity and customised ticket design makes it a versatile and user-friendly ticketing product.

The new roll ticket printer is ITL’s latest product designed and manufactured to meet the changing demands of the market. With the significant rise in TITO (Ticket-In Ticket-Out) technology in the gaming and amusement industry over the past few years, ITL have responded by developing TITO-enabled products and now have a choice of stand-alone coupon printers and combined note validator & ticketing solutions available.

Chris Robinson, ITL Director said, “The RP-80 was designed in conjunction with the industry and customer feedback so we are delighted to bring this product to market.  It’s unique print mechanism ensures tickets are fully printed inside the machine before they are released, eliminating ticket jams.  It comes with flexible mounting options making it easy to retrofit into host machines and offers downloadable updates over USB making remote updates quick and easy. The unit's high-quality Seiko print mechanism is field proven and gives the product outstanding print speed whilst maximising machine up-time. A 2MB flash memory and SD card expansion offers customers unlimited fonts and our free, user-friendly ticket template manager allows customers to customise their own tickets with any bespoke design.”

ITL will be showcasing the RP-80 at EAG & ICE at the start of 2018.