Braille Place, our new inter-point embosser with speeds of nearly 300 characters per second and a 45-character line, is serious productivity for serious Braille publishing.

Description

Braille Place, our new inter-point embosser with speeds of nearly 300 characters per second and a 45-character line, is serious productivity for serious Braille publishing. Braille Place connects to any computer through its parallel or serial ports, uses the same keypad controls as all our other embossers, and includes ET Speaks to vocalize controls and do other audio tasks. Braille Place is large–58 inches high (147.3 cm)–and it requires a 220 volt electric line. We also ask that Braille Place customers send a mechanically inclined trusted staff member to our plant for some brief training on how to keep Braille Place at peak productivity. If you’re a Braille publisher growing too fast for your present equipment, our new Braille Place might just be a perfect fit for you in the 21st century.

Printing

Maximum Rated Speed: 300 characters per second. Line Width: 45 characters with Library of Congress spacing. Lines Per Page: 27 maximum. Braille Sizes: Dynamic Braille Scaling (includes Library of Congress standard Braille, Jumbo Braille, California Sign Braille, Petite Braille and Petite Braille with interlining) as well as Moon Type for the United Kingdom. Paper: Continuous tractor feed paper.

Physical Description

Width: 39 inches (99.06 cm). Depth: 30 inches (72.6 cm). Height: 58 inches (147.32 cm).

Environmental

Temperature: Operating or Storage: 35 F to 100 F (2 C to 37.8 C). Humidity: Operating or Storage: 10% to 95% non condensing.

Electrical

Line Voltage: 220-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, single-phase, 20A. Fuse Rating: 10A slow blow (2). Interface: (Port 1) Centronics Compatible Parallel. (Port 2) Asynchronous Serial EIA RS-232D, DTE. (Port 3) ET Speaks, Serial