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Thermal Printers

5V, 12V & 24V print mechanisms and interface boards; kiosk printer, panel mount printers, mobile and POS standalone printers.

Fujitsu Panel Mount Thermal Printers

Product Highlights

FTP-62GMCL163#10 & FTP-63GMCL163#10 thermal printer mechanismsFTP-62GMCL163#10 & FTP-63GMCL163#10

New 2- and 3-inch printer mechanisms for OEM receipt applications 

The FTP-6XGMCL163#10 series quickly generates paper receipts at speeds up to 250mm/sec (2,000 dot lines/sec) .

Datasheet | Press Release



New low voltage,
4-inch thermal printer mechanism for OEMs

Fast, 100mm/sec. output on 60µm to 150µm-thick paper provides label or receipt printing versatility.

Datasheet |  Press Release

Recent Thermal Printers Press Releases

  • United States, San Jose, CA, April 03, 2019
    Fujitsu high-speed receipt printer mechanisms are 20 percent faster
    Adding to its highly successful FTP-6xGMCL series, Fujitsu Components America today released new 2- and 3-inch thermal printer mechanisms with 20 percent faster print speeds than the preceding models. The FTP- 6xGMCL 163#10 series expands Fujitsu's mechanism offering for receipt-generating OEM applications, such as POS/self-service printers, ECRs, kiosk terminals, ticket dispensers, ATM machines, voting equipment, medical devices, and more.
  • United States, San Jose, CA, October 24, 2018
    Fujitsu next-generation FP-2000 thermal printers combine high performance and cost efficiency
    Fujitsu Components America has expanded its standalone thermal printer offering with the new FP-2000 series. Ten percent smaller than the FP-1000 series, the FP-2000 series provides enhanced data throughput, ultra-fast printing and features that reduce operating costs, making it a high-performance, cost-efficient printer for a variety of Point-of-Sale applications.
  • United States, San Jose, CA, October 25, 2017
    Fujitsu Expands Thermal Printer Mechanism Offering
    Fujitsu Components America, Inc. today expanded its current offering of 2- and 3-inch, low-voltage thermal printer mechanisms with the addition of a high-speed, 4-inch, 5-volt solution.