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The Linx 6900 provides a flexible coding solution, which is designed to be easy to use in any environment.

LINX 6900 Features & Benefits:
This state-of-the-art printer has a simple to use keyboard and screen which allow for easy code creation and editing, a robust design for trouble free operation and powerful features to help you meet current and future traceability requirements.

  • Linx printheads have no moving parts – no manual adjustments are needed, saving time and maintaining excellent print quality.
  • No factory air is required. This combined with compact design and plug-in connectors allow for easy set-up and movement between production lines.
  • Full color screen with simple menu structure – provide quick and easy code set-up and minimize coding errors.
  • Flexible code options, offering up to five lines of text, barcodes and graphics to meet traceability coding requirements.
  • Automatic printhead cleaning and printer shutdown – minimize the need for manual printhead maintenance and provide error-free power down.
  • Versatile connectivity options, including Ethernet and Parallel Input / Output – provide centralized code management and easy integration with production control equipment.
  • Tough, wash-proof enclosure with dust proof option – designed to minimize dirt traps and give reliable, clean operation in any environment.
  • Wide range of print speeds, to match production line outputs and maximize productivity.
Unit of Measure


Power Supply

N/A 100 - 230 V, 50-60 Hz


N/A 46.3 lbs (21 kg)


N/A Stainless Steel

Environment Protection Rating

N/A IP55, IP65 for HP print option

Environment Operating Temperature

N/A 41 - 113 degrees farhenheit (4-45C),90%, non-condensing maximum

Lines of Print

N/A 1 - 5

Print Speed

N/A Up to 1655 feet per minute

Printed Characters per Second

N/A Up to 2667

Maximum Message Length

N/A 1000 Characters

Auto Codes

N/A Real time, date, shift, sequential numbering and messaging