Epson Discproducer PP-50II Disc Publisher
CD/DVD Disc Publisher
New from Epson - The Discproducer PP-50II replaces the PP-50
Building on Epson's success and expertise in BD/DVD/CD publishers for optical media storage, the second-generation Epson Discproducer™ PP-50II combines proven features with important upgrades.
Features and Benefits
- USB 2.0 HighSpeed interface
- 50 Disc Capacity
- Single DVD Burner
- Publishes up to 15 CDs or 8 DVDs per hour
- Print Only Speed - up to 60 discs/hour (Speed Mode) / up to 40 discs/hour (Quality Mode)
- Fully automated: Leave production runs unattended
- Reliable burning: Best-in-class accuracy
- Cost-effective: User-replaceable drives
- Easy to use: Free Total Disc Maker software - PC and MAC Compatible
Enabling fast and reliable CD/DVD production, the PP-50II features a USB 2.0 HighSpeed interface, and publishes 15 CDs/8 DVDs per hour (40/12x speed, 0.6/3.8GB data respectively) including printing on the disc surface. Production runs of 50 DVD-R DL x 8.5GB can be left to complete unattended thanks to the fully automated operation, the CD/DVD drives (Pioneer PR1 series) that provide best-in-class accuracy, and the AcuGrip™ robotic arm, which ensures only one disc is grabbed at a time.
The PP-50II represents a cost-effective investment, as its maintenance cartridge and CD/DVD drives can be replaced by the user to extend its working lifespan to far more than 70,000 discs. The six-cartridge individual ink system keeps the cost-per-produced-disc low.
Easy to use and integrate into virtually any environment, the PP-50II is operated from the front, and allows easy monitoring of ink levels for each color. As it is compact and fully stackable, the Discproducer also has valuable space-saving benefits for organizations with large-scale disc publishing needs.
Total Disc Maker software is included, providing advanced functions such as the 'read back' file location tool, for filename or content backup from a stack of up to 50 discs. The new 'merge print' feature burns and prints automatically individual content onto each disc surface, enabling easier batch production.