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Citronix LLC: CIJ printing system

Citronix‘s ci2000 IP65 Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) Printing System is designed specifically for marking and coding applications that require the system to be used in extreme applications such as high dust or wash down production environments.
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The ci2000 is housed in a rugged, completely stainless steel enclosure and features positive air pressurization eliminating entry points for dust or water. A heating mechanism allows operation in extremely cold environments, 35ºf (5ºc). Channeled air flow technology ensures reliable operation in extremely hot environments, 113ºf (45ºc). The ci2000 prints up to a 31 pixel image providing five lines of text, graphics and bar codes. Up to 1000 messages can be entered via a true WYSIWYG message editor with drag and drop fields allowing unlimited message formats. Integrated hardware is standard, the ci2000 systems have Ethernet, multiple RS232, RS485, PS2, multiple programmable inputs and multiple programmable outputs including a solid-state relay. Information can be delivered to/from the systems simultaneously, allowing communication to remote systems, remote interfaces as well as database connectivity. The ciSeries ciLink™ Embedded Web Browser Interface is also included. ci2000 systems can print at speeds in excess of 1500 ft/minute (470M/minute). The ci2000 range of systems are offered in a variety of configurations with several optional components to meet individual application demands. Specialty Inks and Systems are offered for engineered solutions to unique applications. Inks are available in multiple colors and solvent bases.

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