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Analog thermal printer, Mitsubishi (115/230V) for BioDoc-It and VisiDoc-It Imaging Systems from UVP

ProductsAnalog thermal printer, Mitsubishi (115/230V) for BioDoc-It and VisiDoc-It Imaging Systems from UVP
Company UVP
Item Analog thermal printer, Mitsubishi (115/230V) for BioDoc-It and VisiDoc-It Imaging Systems
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Description Conveniently document gels, films and membranes with a high quality thermal printer.
  • Compact, footprint printer
  • Supplies 256 gray scale for high resolution, archive-quality thermal film prints
  • Process low-cost prints in seconds
Info UVPUVP
UVP, Inc.
2066 W. 11th Street
Upland, CA 91786
USA

Call UVP to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use numbers below)
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Customer Service:
US: (800)452-6788
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Fax Number: (909)946-3597
Web Site: http://www.uvp.com
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