Technology | PACS Accessories | January 18, 2017

Primera Introduces Bravo 4200-Series Disc Publishers

New automated disc duplicators and printers make it fast and easy to make multiple copies of CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs

Primera Technology, Bravo 4200 Series disc publishers, RSNA 2017

January 18, 2017 — Primera Technology Inc. recently announced its new Bravo 4200-Series Disc Printers and Disc Publishers.

Bravo 4200-series printers and disc publishers automate the process of burning and printing quantities of recordable CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs. Using built-in robotics, discs are transported one at a time into either single or dual optical drives. After data is burned, the discs are transported to a high-speed, high-resolution full-color disc printer. The process repeats itself for up to 100 discs per job.

Bravo 4200 features the latest in inkjet printing technology from Funai Electric Company Ltd. Just one ink cartridge needs to be replaced instead of four tanks for CMYK, simplifying operation and on-going maintenance. This is especially important in applications such as picture archiving and communication system (PACS)/DICOM systems in hospitals, police car video archival and other mission-critical applications where running out of even one color of ink shuts down the entire process. It also makes it easier to maintain just a single SKU instead of four as on previous models from Primera and others.

Features of the new Bravo 4200-series (which features eight models) include:

  • USB 3.0 – delivers the fastest possible recording speeds on CD-R, DVD-R and BD-R media;
  • One high-yield, tri-color ink cartridge that delivers low ink cost per disc;
  • 4800 dpi print quality; and
  • Compatible with Windows 7/8/10+ and Mac OS X 10.7 (or higher)

For more information: www.primera.com

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