Pitney Bowes DM900 Printer Review
Mail processing doesn't have to be a slow, labor-intensive task for office users. The Pitney Bowes DM900 can automatically process from 140 to 240 letters per minute, working much faster than any person could achieve manually. It is also easy to use, with a control panel that makes each operation intuitive. Costs are minimal as well, with inexpensive Pitney Bowes DM900 printer ink as one of the few consumables that needs to be replaced.
Less sophisticated postage systems often require a user to weigh envelopes individually and group items together, then manually enter the proper postage. The DM900 can weigh parcels as they are being processed, and calculate the correct postage automatically. It is then printed with the inkjet system using printer ink. This lets users put a mixed stack into the feeder, in sizes up to 10x13, and up to 3/4 inches thick. The range of speed depends on whether the automatic weighing is enabled.
Multiple sensors are in place to align the mail and make sure the postage is placed in the right spot. The sensors are sensitive enough for postcards and thin materials as well. The unit is quite large, with a weight of 137 pounds, and measures 45 inches long by 22.5 inches wide by 17 inches high.
The Pitney Bowes DM900 ink cartridges are similar to those of an inkjet model, and are quite simple to replace. They are also affordable, with compatible Pitney Bowes DM900 ink cartridges at even lower prices than OEM versions. The device can perform maintenance such as cleaning the nozzles to keep the Pitney Bowes DM900 ink operating properly.
With the ability to handle almost any mail processing need a user could want, the Pitney Bowes DM900 is a very comprehensive system. Running costs are low, reloading postage is only a few taps away, and the amount of time it will save will probably pay for itself many times over.