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Braille Express (Models 100 & 150)

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The Braille Express, models 100 and 150, is a Braille printer designed to print in book format with two pages on each sheet for individuals who are visually disabled. The printers offer interpoint Braille at a rate of 100 or 150 characters per second. They both print up to 44 characters per line macimum, combine text and graphics on a single sheet, save up to 16 full groups of settings, and emboss raised print characters for tactual or visual reading. A rear panel impact control selector allows users to adjust for different weights of paper from 20-pound computer paper to 100-pound tag. Both printers also provide single sided printing. DIMENSIONS: Printer measures 21.25 x 18 x 8.75 inches. Paper width is adjustable from 1.5 to 13.25 inches. Pafe length is selectable from 3 to 14 inches. WEIGHT: Weighs 52 pounds.

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04/23/2003
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Enabling Technologies
Enabling Technologies Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
1601 Northeast Braille Place
34957 Jensen Beach , FL United States
Email address: sales-usa@brailler.com
Phone: 800-777-DOTS (3687)
Fax: 772-225-FAXX (3299)
Florida US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
772-225-3687
Web Address: 
http://www.brailler.com
Tags: 
Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Blind & Low Vision, Computers, Communication

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Nanopac, Inc.
Nanopac, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
4823 S. Sheridan Road, Suite 302
74145-5717 Tulsa , OK United States
Email address: info@nanopac.com
Phone: 800-580-6086
Fax: 918-665-0361
Oklahoma US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
918-665-0329
Web Address: 
http://www.nanopac.com
Tags: 
Blind & Low Vision, Controls, Computers
 
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