Sato GT412E Repair Spares and Service

Repair, service and supplies for the Sato GT412E printer

Sato GT412E

Fast printing speed of 12 inch/sec and high-speed data transmission make the GT412E the fastest thermal barcode printer in its class. The GT41E label printer has an easy to use LCD display and intuitive keypad to simplify training and increase productivity.




Printing Method: Thermal and Direct Thermal or Direct Thermal Model Only
Print Resolution: 12 dots / mm (300 dpi)
Max Print Area: W to 104mm mm L to 1500mm
Print Speed: 12 ips (300 mm/sec)
CPU: 32 bit RISC
Printer Memory: 6MB Memory Cartridge, 2MB free available
Sensor Type: I Mark Sensor (Reflective), Label Gap Sensor (Transmissive)
Media Type: Roll or fan tofold die cut labels, Plain paper face s tock, Synthetics and Continous S tock
Media Thickness: 0.06 to 0.26 mm
Label Size Continous: 22 to 128mm Width 6 to 1500mm Length
Label Size Tear Off: 22 to 128mm Width 22 to1500mm Length
Label Size Cutter: 22 to 128mm 17 to 1500mm Length
Label Size Dispenser: 22 to 128mm to 17 to 1500mm Length
Ribbon Size: 39.5mm to 128mm
Ribbon Max Length: 450m
Core Diameter: 25.4mm
Wind Direction: Face in/Out no setting required
Standard Interface: Optional Interface
Dimensions: 271 * 455 * 305mm
Weight: Approx 15kg
Accessories: RFID Kit (HF & UHF), Cutter Unit (Guillotine Cutter), Simplified Dispenser Unit, Linerless Unit, Verifier Mounting Bracket, SA to Label Gallery, Real toTime Clock

One off Repairs

If your Sato GT412E has broken or isn’t working properly then one of our engineers will soon be able to get it operational.

We can either fix it at your site using one of our dedicated printer technicians or you can send it to our repair centre in Swansea. To speak to one of our trained Sato printer sales team then call us on 01635 206700 or click the button below.

New Printers

As an authorised Sato partner we have access to various trade in promotions, discounts and dealer support which will enable us to provide you with a price that is better than what you will find on the internet.

If you are looking to purchase a new Sato GT412E or any other industrial label printer then please click the link below.

Sato Maintenance Contracts

If you are using your Sato GT412E for a mission critical business process or want the peace of mind of knowing that an engineer is always on hand then we offer a wide range of maintenance contracts.

These contracts are ideal for customers irrespective of whether they have individual printers or have a multi-site installation. Our engineers will work with you to ensure that your printers are back up and running quickly causing the minimum disruption to your

Contracts which include the provision of printheads and fitting can be provided on request. For all contract
enquiries please contact us by clicking below or calling 01635 206700.


Precision Peripherals Ltd provides both adhoc repair and maintenance contracts as white box services that resellers can sell onto their customers.   All partners are assigned an account manager as a primary point of contact who will ensure that all repairs run smoothly and any issues are quickly dealt with.  

We also understand how important your customers are to your business and so they will never be approached by our sales team.   Our technicians will introduce themselves as the “printer engineer”  and drive unbranded vehicles and don’t wear clothese advertising our business.  If you choose for your customers to log calls directly with us then we answer our phones as the discrete “printer services”. 

First Class Engineering Support 

Precision Peripherals Ltd has been operating since 1982 and specialises in providing quality bespoke printer repair solutions.  Our engineers are no more than an hour away from any of the major cities in the UK and they are all directly employed and unlike some competitors we do not use sub-contractors.  

Areas where we have qualified engineers who can repair the Sato GT412E include London, Greater Manchester, Leeds, Oxford, Bristol, South Wales, Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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