Linux Driver Now Available for Seiko Instruments Smart Label Printers
TORRANCE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Seiko Instruments USA, the pioneer of the one-label-at-a-time “smart” printer, is now offering a printer driver compatible with the Linux Operating System for its Smart Label Printers (SLPs). The new driver works with any Linux OS that uses the Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS) – allowing the Linux community to have an easy-to-use, convenient printer on their desktop, for jobs where they need single labels.
Seiko Instruments Smart Label Printers allow users to create one label at a time for envelopes, files, storage boxes, bar codes and a variety of other office and industrial applications. The small footprint, desktop printers can also make great name tags, ID badges, business and appointment cards for formal parties, trade shows, conferences and other business or social events.
Seiko’s flagship SLP 450 is handy for administrative staff use in any small business, corporate or industrial setting, providing high quality labels featuring 300 dpi output, 2D barcode printing and graphics. The printers can also be connected on a network, allowing everyone in the office to print from their desktop.
Seiko also offers a high capacity label tray, with larger label rolls, that allows suppliers, distributors and other industrial and business users to quickly print labels for shipping, inventory tags, business cards and other high volume printing jobs.
Compatibility & Availability
The new Linux printer driver is compatible with Seiko’s 100, 200, 240, 410, 420, 430, 440 and 450 models of Smart Label Printers and is available for download at: http://siibusinessproducts.com/support/linuxdriver_sla.html. For more information, visit the company’s web site at www.siibusinessproducts.com.