• Compact 9-pin narrow carriage printer
• Up to 400 characters per second
• Ideal for front and back office applications
• Wide variety of interfaces
• Long Ribbon Life
The Tally Dascom 1140, is a 9 pin, 80 column serial dot matrix printer with USB interfaces as standard. Compact in size, the 1140 is perfect for industrial environments and front and back office applications where space is limited.
With low running costs, high quality output and an easy to use control panel it‘s ideal for small business, low volume listings and reports, as well as dispatch notes and labels.
In addition to these applications, the 1140 is also well suited to measurement and control systems. Amongst the lowest priced matrix printers available today the 1140 also offers a long life ribbon giving this printer very low running costs.
For draft printing it’s considerably less expensive running costs make it a viable alternative to low cost inkjet printers.
400 cps (HS Draft); 300 cps (Draft), 75 cps (NLQ) at 10 cpi
Serial Impact Dot Matrix
Up to 144 x 240 dpi
Throughput (ECMA 132)
290 pages per hour
10, 12, 15, 17.1, 20 cpi, Proportional Spacing
1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 lpi
400 Million Strokes per pin
up to 256 KB
Parallel IEEE 1284, Serial RS-232C, Ethernet 10/100, WIFI, Bluetooth
Epson ESC P/2, IBM ProPrinter (2380 Plus)
Draft, Quadrato, Courier, HS Draft, OCR-A/B, 8 Barcodes
Black Ribbon: 9 million characters
Standard Paper Handling
Push tractor and single sheet tray
Continuous forms, cut sheet
Number of Copies
Original + 4 (5-part forms)
Width: 95 to 267 mm
Length: 114 to 362 mm (Cut sheet); 114 to 559 mm (Fanfold)
369 x 283 x 130 mm (WxDxH)
100 – 230 V
50Hz to 60Hz
less than 1.2 W in Sleep-Mode
Windows 2003/2008/2012 Server, XP, Vista, Windows 7/8.1/10
+5°C to +35°C
10% to 80% (not condensing)
1 year warranty inclusive of printhead
For OCR applications it is recommended that your readers are tested with print samples supplied by DASCOM prior to purchase. Paper is a highly variable medium and should be tested prior to purchase. The quoted consumable life is the average for the printer when used under normal operation conditions.