Full-Page 300dpi Mobile Printer with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology, USB and IrDA

SKU: PJ-663

The Brother PocketJet 663 mobile printer features high-quality, 300dpi printing on full-page 8.5 inch x 11 inch receipt and label applications that require the best output for fine text and graphics. Comes with integrated Bluetooth® wireless technology, USB 2.0 and IrDA interfaces.

Battery not included.

Service Engineer Printing Invoice from PocketJet 7

Real features

  • Fast, full-page mobile printing - up to 6 pages per minute.
  • Prints on a variety of 8.5in wide thermal media.
  • High print quality – prints crisp text and images.
  • Low maintenance costs - no ink or ribbons to replace.
  • Compact size – fits in places where space is limited.
  • Ultra-lightweight… only 1.3lbs including the optional battery.

In the box Printer
Dimensions 10.04in x 2.17in x 1.18in (255mm x 55mm x 30mm)
Weight Without battery: 1.06lbs (480g)
With battery: 1.34lbs (610g)
Control panel 3 LEDs with 2 buttons
Operating temperature / humidity 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C), 30% to 80% non-condensing
Storage temperature / humidity 5° F to 122° F (-15° C to 50° C), 30% to 85% non-condensing

Power Built-in power supply (Input: 15V DC 4.0A)
Battery Optional rechargeable Ni-MH battery (14.4V), optional rechargeable Li-ion battery (11.1V)
Battery yield Ni-MH battery: approximately 70 sheets via USB
Li-ion battery: approximately 300 sheets via USB
Battery charging options AC adapter, DC car adapter
Print technology Direct thermal
Resolution 300dpi
Max print speed Up to 9.4 seconds per page
Max print width 8.16in (207.2mm) max

Communications interfaces USB Ver 2.0 (full speed), IrDA, Bluetooth®,
OS compatibility Windows®, Mac®
Print driver compatibility Windows®, Mac®

Printer languages ESC/P, Raster, P-touch Template

Media loading Pulse feeding control by stepping motor
Media sizes A4, letter, legal
Media width 8.5in max
Software & Drivers
Manuals & Guides
Support & FAQs
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