Source Technologies Announces New MICR Laser Printer8 Nov, 2001
Source Technologies Announces New MICR Laser Printer
Source Technologies, Inc., a provider of secure MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition) printing solutions, announces the ST9116 Model Secure MICR laser printer. Based upon Lexmark's E322 laser printer, Source Technologies' ST9116 Secure MICR printer offers essential security features available in their higher-speed models, including password protection, bi-directional communication, and special security fonts to deter check fraud. More specifically, the resident fonts include E13B and CMC7 MICR Fonts, as well as Micro Print Secure and Secure Numeric Fonts. In addition, this printer comes standard with quality control features such as a toner low alarm and MICR toner sensing to ensure checks are being printed with MICR toner. The 16ppm printer was developed for low volume MICR laser check printing in individual and small workgroup applications. The ST9116 is also available as an ethernet-ready model. Paper-handling options can be expanded and the printer comes standard with ample flash memory to store customer logos, signatures and forms for printing checks. ``Source Technologies is demonstrating our continued commitment to offer our customers the widest range of MICR laser printer solutions combining quality, value and performance at competitive prices,'' said Miles Busby, Source Technologies' President. To guarantee the best MICR print quality, the ST9116 comes with Source Technologies' originally manufactured MICR toner cartridges. In keeping with Source Technologies' standard practice, this cartridge is engineered to meet or exceed ANSI and ABA standards for MICR print quality and carries the Source Technologies MICR Quality Guarantee.