The core is a multifunctional office equipment that integrates printing and copying.
Also known as a parallel interface. The so-called "parallel" refers to the simultaneous transmission of 8-bit data through a parallel line, so that the data transmission speed is increased, but the length of the parallel transmission line is limited, because the length increases, the interference will increase, and the data is prone to errors.
The serial port is called a serial interface. The serial port is different from the parallel port in that its data and control information are transmitted one by one.
Called Universal Serial Bus. This is a new interface technology that has been widely used in the PC field in recent years. The USB interface has faster transfer speeds, supports hot plugging, and connects multiple devices.
A laser beam is used to quickly "project" a digitized graphic or document onto a photosensitive surface. Electronic discharge occurs at the location hit by the laser beam. Then, due to the electrostatic effect, some fine "toner" is attracted, and the printing effect appears.
The nozzle sucks the probe reagent from the micro-well plate and moves it to the treated support. The liquid droplet is sprayed onto the surface of the support by the power of the ejector in the form of thermal or sound control.