Panasonic KX-P3626 Impact Printer

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Panasonic KX-P3626 (Refurbished)

Panasonic KX-P3626

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Product Description

The Panasonic KX-P3626 impact dot matrix printer features a 24 pin print head and a wide carriage that can handle paper widths up to 16.5". User-selectable pull or push tractor with front, rear, top and bottom paper feeds provide a wide variety of paper paths. The KXP3626 had 9 scalable fonts, prints bit image graphics at 360 x 360 DPI and can print at up to 300 CPS in draft mode.Front Friction Tractor (adjustable), Rear Push Tractor (adjustable), Bottom Pull Tractor (adjustable), Top Cut Sheet Feeder (optional), Dimensions: 6.8" x 23.2" x 16"

This Panasonic KX-P3626 dot matrix printer has been professionally cleaned, lubricated and thoroughly tested. The printer is guaranteed to operate like new with flawless print quality and reliable paper handling.

Drivers are available for all operating systems including Windows Vista, 7,8, and 10.


  • 12 months warranty covers parts and labor only.

Package Contents

  • Panasonic KX-P3626 printer
  • USB to Parallel Adapter Cable
  • Power cable
  • Includes ribbon CP-KXP170)

Additional Information

Manufacturer Panasonic
Model KX-P3626
Part Number KX-P3626
Condition Refurbished
Warranty (Months) 12
Printer Type Dot Matrix
Dual Voltage (110/220 VAC) No
Head Configuration 24-Pin
Maximum Paper Width Up to 16.5"
Resident Character Fonts Scalable Fonts: Courier, Prestige, Bold PS, Script, Sans Serif, Roman; From 8 to 96 point size. Bitmapped Fonts: Courier, Prestige, Bold PS, Script, Sans Serif, Orator, Roman, OCR-B, Super LQ
Resident Barcode Fonts none
Configuration Recall Macros 3
Ribbon Part Number KX-P170
Manual Friction Feedable Yes
Tractor Configuration Rear, Push, Pull,
Connections (Std) Parallel,
Connections (optional) Serial (RS-232),
Max Print Speed (cps-draft)) up to 300 cps (draft)

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