New 4- and 6-inch wide label printers

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Brunswick, Ohio—The Tharo Systems H-400/H-600 Series thermal transfer product identification and bar code label printers, available in 203 or 300 DPI, feature a durable all metal construction with a cast aluminum center wall for added strength.  The large media window allows for easy viewing and monitoring of supplies.  Standard features include a high-speed USB 2.0 interface for super-fast data transfer and a Real-Time Clock for time and date stamping of labels.  

The standard Stripper Sensor on the H-400 Series can be used for either strip-and-peel or tear-off applications.  The H-600 Series come standard with Internal Ethernet. Along with all of these standard features, the Tharo H-Series printers also ship with a free version of Tharo Systems' EASYLABEL Start software for custom designing and printing labels.  Options include:  Cutter, Internal Rewind, Ethernet Adapter (H-400 Series), and Applicator Interface.

Best of all, no PC is necessary — download your label formats to the Printer's 4MB Flash Memory, unplug the printer from the PC, plug in a standard PC keyboard, take the printer to another location and start printing.

For more information about Tharo Systems or other label printers, click here to go to Utility Products' Buyers Guide.



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