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Epson PP-100II Discproducer

Epson PP-100 II 2nd Gen

 

CD & DVD inkjet robot : Automated CD/DVD recording, printing and reading thanks to the state-of-art Epson production robots. Perfect for patient CD production and DICOM Image Archiving


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Epson PP-100II Discproducer
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Epson Discproducer™ PP-100 II

Building on Epson's success and expertise in BD/DVD/CD publishers for optical media storage, the second-generation Discproducer™ PP-100II combines proven features with important upgrades.

Enabling fast and reliable CD/DVD production, the PP-100II features a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed interface, and publishes 30 CDs/15 DVDs per hour (40/12x speed, 0.6/3.8GB data respectively) including printing on the disc surface. Production runs of 100 DVD-R DL x 8.5GB can be left to complete unattended thanks to the fully automated operation, the CD/DVD drives (Pioneer PR1 series) that provide best-in-class accuracy, and the AcuGripTM robotic arm, which ensures only one disc is grabbed at a time.

The PP-100II represents a cost-effective investment, as its maintenance cartridge and CD/DVD drives can be replaced by the user to extend its working lifespan to far more than 70,000 discs. The six-cartridge individual ink system keeps the cost-per-produced-disc low.

Easy to use and integrate into virtually any environment, the PP-100II is operated from the front, and allows easy monitoring of ink levels for each colour. As it is compact and fully stackable, the Discproducer also has valuable space-saving benefits for organisations with large-scale disc publishing needs.

Total Disc Maker software is included, providing advanced functions such as the 'read back' file location tool, for filename or content backup from a stack of up to 50 discs. The new 'merge print' feature burns and prints automatically individual content onto each disc surface, enabling easier batch production.

  • Fast publishing: USB 3.0 SuperSpeed interface
  • Fully automated: Leave production runs unattended
  • Reliable burning: Best-in-class accuracy
  • Cost-effective: User-replaceable drives
  • Easy to use: Free Total Disc Maker software

 

Publishing speed (Burn and Print)

Burn & Print Speed CD

30 Discs/h (fast mode) using Epson-recommended CD-R

Burn & Print Speed DVD

15 Discs/h (fast mode) using Epson-recommended DVD-R

Publishing modes (number of copies)

External Output

5 Discs

Capacity

50 Discs

Batch Mode

100 Discs

Print specifications

Printing Speed

60 Discs/h (fast mode), 40 Discs/h (quality mode)

Print Head

Micro Piezo

Print Direction

Bidirectional, Unidirectional

Printing Resolution

1.440 dpi x 720 dpi (fast mode), 1.440 dpi (quality mode)

Nozzle Configuration

180 Nozzles black, 180 Nozzles per colour

Ink Cartridge

Ink Type

Dye Ink

Colours

Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Light Cyan, Light Magenta, Black

Number of Colors

6

Print Area

Standard Setting for Outside Diameter

116 mm

Outside Diameter Setting Range

119 mm - 70 mm

Standard Setting for Inside Diameter

45 mm

Inside Diameter Setting Range

50 mm - 18 mm

Guaranteed Print Area

45 mm - 116 mm

CD Drives

Number of Drives

2

Writing Speed

CD-R 40 x, DVD-R 12 x

Media Types

CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL

Supported Media

Size Outside Diameter

120 mm

Size Inside Diameter

15 mm

General

Product dimensions

377‎ x 465 x 348 (Width x Depth x Height)

Product weight

24 kg

Included Software

Epson Total Disc Maker

Sound Pressure

Operation: 45 dB (A)-standby: 38 dB (A)

Energy Use

40 W (economy), 28 W (standby)

What's in the box

Individual Ink Cartridges, Main unit, Power cable, Setup guide, Software (CD), USB cable, User manual (CD), Warranty document

IT Environment

Interfaces

USB 2.0 Type B

Other

Warranty

12 months On site service

 

 
 

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X-RAY DEPARTMENT MODERNISES ITS SERVICES WITH EPSON DISCPRODUCER

Garden City Clinic’s X-ray deparment modernises its services with the Epson PP-100 Discproducer

Dr de Villiers and Partners, a privately owned radiology practice at Johannesburg’s Netcare Garden City Clinic, traditionally produced conventional X-ray films for its patients, accompanied by typewritten reports detailing their analysis.

Processing X-ray films entailed processing plates and producing films, an expensive process that included the use of chemicals, creating chemical waste that needed to be carefully disposed of.

This was also a time-consuming process, which often left patients waiting for their X-ray results. The practice sought a more time-efficient and cost-effective way to present its X-ray findings to patients.


Epson provides the solution
The practice consulted with Stephen Havvas of Africa X-Ray Industrial and Medical (AXIM), who collaborated with Intellistor, an Epson specialist distributor to offer the best solution for the practice’s needs, as it moved from traditional radiography to digital radiography.


Digital radiography uses digital X-ray sensors to produce digital images that are much safer for patients, as less radiation is required to achieve a meaningful image. These images are taken and are processed far more
quickly than by using traditional methods, in a highly cost-effective manner. The radiologist simply writes the images and an electronic X-ray report onto a CD using the Epson PP-100 Discproducer.


“We recommended the Epson PP-100 Discproducer for this niche medical practice because of its cost-effective output and efficiency, and it requires virtually no after-sales support,” says Havvas.


“Typically, the Epson PP-100 Discproducer is used in marketing or reproduction environments where multiple copies of data need to be written onto a disc quickly and cost-effectively. However, this device has demonstrated that it is the perfect solution for radiology practices – and indeed other medical practices that need to produce images and reports – because it is easy to use and maintain, can handle high production
volumes, and stands clearly ahead of any other device in this product sector in terms of running costs and performance."

 

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