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Acroprint Time Clock Ribbon, Black (39-0121-000)

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Item #: 901-390121
  Model #: 390121
Brand: Acroprint
Acroprint Time Clock Ribbon, Black (39-0121-000)
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Keep your employee time card system running smoothly with this Acroprint time clock black replacement ribbon. Get crisp, legible time codes on punch cards with this time clock ribbon. It's individually sealed for a long shelf life to maintain quality over time. This Acroprint replacement ribbon works with your 175, 310, ES700, or ES900 machine for reliable compatibility.
  • High-quality replacement ribbon
  • For use with ES700, ES900, 175, or ATT310 time clock machines
  • Comes in black color
Original Equipment:Factory Original replacement ribbon cartridge is identical to the ribbon that is included with the purchase of new clocks, Models ES700 and ES900. It is also compatible with older clock models 175 and ATT310. Easy to Install:To replace an existing ribbon cartridge, just open the outer case of the clock and remove the existing ribbon, and snap the new ribbon in place.Longer Lasting:Designed by the manufacturer to last, with an auto-reverse feature that allows it to continue working for thousands of printings
Specifications
Pack Size : 1 Product Color Family : Black True Color : Black Width in Inches : 2.5
Height in Inches : 2.9 Depth in Inches : 1.1 Time Clock Ribbon & Battery Type : Ribbons Brand : Acroprint
Customizable : No
Weight : 0.07 lbs. per Each

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