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TTP Meteor first to offer electronics to drive Konica Minolta MEMS printheads

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

TTP Meteor further expands its product portfolio with the addition of the HDC-2KM24M Head Driver Card for use with Konica Minolta MEMS printheads.  See the new TTP Meteor electronics on the Konica Minolta stand at drupa in Dusseldorf from 31 May to 10 June, 2016. Hall 8B, A65.

OEMs and print system integrators choosing Konica Minolta MC160H, ML160H or ME130H printheads can now benefit from the unrivalled ease of integration, scalable configuration and powerful feature set offered by Meteor drive electronics and software.

Konica Minolta's new MEMS printheads deliver high resolution and enhanced jetting characteristics for applications such as commercial print, textiles, packaging and printed electronics.  Using Meteor's HDC-2KM24M Head Driver Card together with a PCC-E Print Controller and robust software, any printhead configuration can be driven, large or small.

Clive Ayling, TTP Meteor's General Manager said, "We are proud to be the first supplier to offer production-ready electronics to drive Konica Minolta's new range of MEMS printheads.  Consistent with the rest of our portfolio, this product provides an easy to integrate, scalable solution with the assurance of long-term, reliable supply for high volume production requirements."

The HDC-2KM24M Head Driver Card together with the PCC-E GbitE Print Controller and software is now available from TTP Meteor for selected OEMs.

http://www.ttpmeteor.com/konicaminolta

 

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