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OEM#: LP-1000N

Fits: CAS

Model(s): LP-1000N

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CAS LP-1000 thermal label printing scale, CAS LP1000, is ideal label printer / scale for grocery, deli, meat counter, bakery and other applications. The programmable scale / printer features auto span adjustment and auto zero tracking. LP-1000 printing scale has 5 printing formats and auto printing and save keys for convenient pre-packing.

  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Auto Printing and Save Keys for convenient Pre-Packing
  • Detailed Totals Available for Each Item Printed
  • RS 232 C Output Standard
  • High Speed, Smudge-Proof Thermal Printing
  • Vacuum Fluorescent Displays
  • 5 Digit Weight, 6 Digit Unit Price, and 7 Digit Total Price Displays
  • Stainless Steel Platter
  • 1/2 lb. and 1/4 lb. Keys where allowed
  • Auto Span Adjustment
  • Auto Zero Tracking
  • Memory:
    56 Char / 1000 PLU (Price Look Up)
    456 Char / 200 PLU (Price Look Up)
    300 Char / 600 PLU (Price Look Up)


Capacity 30 lbs
Readability 0.01 lb
Pan Size 10" x 15"
Display Digit 5/6/7(Weight/Unit/Total)
Data Transfer Scale to Scale PLU Data Transfer, Scale to PC &PC to Scale Data Transfer
Preset Data 1000 PLU, 56 Char/PLU
200 PLU, 456 Char/PLU
600 PLU, 300 Char/PLU
Label Size 58 X 30mm(8000)
58 X 40mm(8010)
58 X 50mm(8030)
58 X 60mm(8040)
8000 - Non UPC Label
8010 - UPC Label
8030 - Non UPC with Safe Handling
8040 - UPC Label with Safe Handling
Power Source AC 120V, 60Hz
Power Consumption Approx 0.140W
Operating Temperature -10°C to +40°C (14° to 104°F)
Dimensions (L x W x H) 16.1 x 16.9 x 7.8" / 410 x 430 x 197mm
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Formaldehyde CAS #50-00-0 Trace Level Contaminant, or other Prop 65 listed chemicals, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information click here: