Printronix T5000r Thermal Barcode Printer Earns ENERGY STAR Rating

Posted April 9, 2010

Printronix T5000rPrintronix is pleased to announce that we are the first to earn the ENERGY STAR on our T5000r thermal bar code and SL5000r RFID printers. The T5000r and SL5000r are the only thermal printers in their class to meet the latest 2009 ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements for Imaging Equipment*. These printers will help companies to reach their corporate sustainability initiatives by reducing energy consumption and utility bills.

Plug-and-Play Printers for Every Environment

We now provide T5000r and SL5000r users with the most thermal printer emulations as a standard feature for quick and easy replacement of multiple printer brands. You may need to make rapid printer upgrades or streamline operations following mergers and acquisitions. We’ve added Monarch and IER emulations, giving the T5000r and SL5000r printers support for a total of seven thermal emulations, which includes Zebra, Intermec, TEC, SATO, Datamax, Monarch and IER. This extensive emulation support, combined with micro-stepping technology, means the T5000r and SL5000r ENERGY STAR printers have unparalleled application and output compatibility.

Feature Enhancements Ensure Adaptability to Future Business Applications

The latest features to come standard on every T5000r and SL5000r printer will help you not only to accommodate current applications, but also to plan for the future. Each printer now comes with built-in Ethernet and the highest memory in the industry at 64MB DRAM and 16MB Flash. Enhanced label sensing technology expands the range of media compatible with the printer. In addition, the T5000r thermal bar code printer is field upgradable to RFID to meet the changing demands of business applications. The SL5000r RFID printer includes EPCglobal Class 1 Gen 2 certified hardware. Both the T5000r and SL5000r offer optional functionality for wireless environments when combined with our mobile PrintCart. The lower power consumption enables prolonged use of the printer, resulting in less frequent charging and productivity improvement.

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