The Brother TD-2020 printing device is a machine that uses the direct thermal printer technology to produce a fantastic quality of print at impressive speed. The print resolution is about 203 dots per inch (dpi) on the average while the maximum print speed is up to 152.4 mm per second with the Brother standard environmental factors.
Brother TD-2020 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, Windows XP 64-bit|
|Printer Driver for Windows 7 8 10 xp vista 32 bit and 64 bit.exe||26.10 MB||Download|
The print dimensions at maximum include a print width of 56 mm, a maximum print length of 1 m and a minimum print length of 6 mm. the buttons that are available on the printer for easy access and user-friendliness include the power, print, and feed buttons. The printer has an inbuilt internal memory of 6 MB or capacity for 99 templates in storage. The printer control commands include ESC/P, Raster, and P-Touch Template 2.0.
In terms of the power input for this machine, the main route is through an AC adapter that supplies between 100 to 240 Volts at a frequency of 50/60 Hz. The dimensions of the printer include a height of 172 mm, a depth of about 215 mm and an approximate width of 110 mm. The weight of the printer is also about 1.32 Kg which s very light compared to many other printers of the Brother brand.
Connectivity to this printer with a PC requires either of the following options; USB, Wireless LAN, LAN, Bluetooth, and Serial connector. The primary means of connectivity is the hi-speed USB version 2.0 port with a mini-B peripheral component. Alternatively, the user may use the serial cable connector of model number RS232C to a wired LAN connecting the port with a 10/100Base-TX element.
Other options of connectivity include the Bluetooth interface of version 2,0 with EDR component of class 2. This Bluetooth feature supports the use of SPP, OPP, and BIP compatible profiles for establishing a connection.