The printer is a portable device with status LED lights of three different colors such as blue, green, and red. There is also an orange light that shows when the printer is charging. The print method for the Brother MW-145BT printer is the direct thermal printing with a line thermal print head. The ideal print resolution, however, is about 300 x 300 dots per inch (dpi) on the average.
Brother MW-145BT printer driver Supported Windows Operating Systems
|Supported OS: Windows 10 32-bit, Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 8 32-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 7 32-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 32-bit|
|Printer Driver for Windows 7 8 10 vista 32 bit and 64 bit.exe||11.65 MB||Download|
|Printer Driver for Windows xp.exe||1.02 MB||Download|
The printer also has an average speed of 15 seconds per sheet when printing standard text on a thermal paper with about 7% coverage especially at an average ambient temperature of about 250C. Furthermore, the printer can do up to 100 or more continuous printing with a fully charged battery. However, when the printer is running in a Bluetooth sleep mode, the rating can change with relation to the same temperature.
The relevant standard paper is the Brother manufactured A7 thermal paper which users can load into either the Brother paper cassette and the automatic paper feed mechanism. The standard size of the printer paper is the Brother A7 cut paper of 74 mm by 105 mm. The print area that the printer covers are up to 69 mm by 100 mm leaving out the non-printable area.
The connectivity interface options of this device include the standard universal serial bus (USB) version 2.0 full speed port. Alternatively, there is also the compatibility with Bluetooth device component of version 2.1 plus EDR 2 serial port profile. The dimensions of the printer are compatible with the printerâs portability with a height of 100 mm. The depth of the device is 160 mm, the height is about 17.5 mm, and the weight is up to 300 g. the measurements do not include the projections from the printer body when it is in use.