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Mitsubishi Digital A6 Thermal Printer P95


The Mitsubishi P95DE is a high speed, high resolution thermal printer that is perfectly suited to printing images directly from devices with a USB connection.

Features :

  • High-speed printing 1.9 sec
  • Digital - 325 dpi
  • USB 2.0 interface

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The Mitsubishi P95DW is a high speed, high-resolution digital monochrome thermal printer with worldwide compatibility for medical applications. User-friendly controls are conveniently located on the front panel making it exceptionally simple and easy to operate.

The compact and lightweight Mitsubishi P95DW is designed with a uniquely thin printing mechanism that sharply reduces the required amount of installation space, providing added convenience for use and installation. A high density 325 dpi thermal head and resolution of 1280 x 1280 pixels results in exceptionally sharp reproduction of even the most intricate details.


  • Resolution : 325 dpi, with 16-bit data processing
  • Print time per image: 1.9 sec. (100 x 75 mm)
  • Optimised heating process thanks to Print Control Engine
  • Exceptional long print format possible (100 x 450 mm)
  • Compact design and dimensions
  • New high-gloss thermal paper


Print methodThermal-sensitive
ResolutionThermal head 325 dpi (12.8 dots/mm)
Color depth256 greyscales
Print speed/picture (without data transfer)1.9 sec (100 x 75 mm)
Print sizeThermal paper roll, 110 mm wide, approx. 18–20m long
Print area100 x 75 mm (standard) / 100 x 450 mm (max.)
Picture memory1 Frame (8 MB), repeat print with the COPY button
InterfaceUSB 2.0 (High Speed)
Printer driverWindows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
PowerAC 100 - 240V 50/60 Hz
Dimensions (W x D x H)15.4 x 23.9 x 8.45 cm
Weight2.6 kg
Operating temperature5 – 40°C
Humidity20 – 80 % RH (no condensation)
Special features16-bit internal data processing
Adjustments via printer : 39 steps for contrast and brightness, 16 steps for sharpeness
5 different gamma curves, block printer settings, extensive adjustments via printer driver