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Datamax Offers Up To $150 Trade-In Value Towards A New I-Class Mark II

Posted February 11, 2013

Datamax-O'Neil I-4310 Barcode PrinterIt’s time to make your older label printer make money for you!  Trade in your older printer and replace it with a new I-Class Mark II printer for up to a $150 savings.

A brand new I-Class Mark II printer will save you a ton of money! Not only will you earn up to $150 per printer when you trade-in yours old qualifying printer, but your printing operations will quickly become more productive and efficient.  This will translate into huge savings of time and money.

Just follow these 3 simple steps:

  1. Confirm you have a qualifying printer and fill out this form – Trade-In Details
  2. Purchase a new I-4212E, I-4310E, or I-4606e from January to the end of March 2013 from an authorized Datamax dealer like BarcodesInc.
  3. Submit a photo of the serial number tag removed from the trade-in printer.
Your rebate will be mailed to you from there!

For more details or help finding the right Datamax printer, contact us at BarcodesInc.


Sato’s 802.11g Wireless Interface Update

Posted February 7, 2013

SATO CL408e Barcode PrinterSATO continues to update the 802.11g wireless interface to support the latest WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) standards. This enhancement is available for both existing and new 802.11g WLAN plug-in interface option for SATO “e” series tabletop and print engine models, as well as the SATO CT4i and MBi series WLAN printer models.

SATO’s 802.11g WLAN interface provides enhanced security for those who need to ensure their wireless infrastructure and security protocols are able to integrate seamlessly with SATO printers. The SATO 802.11g WLAN option enables SATO printers to support the same speed and security that companies invested in when selecting 802.11g equipment for their networks. The SATO 802.11g interface supports WEP, and WPA/WPA2-Enterprise standards to ensure maximum data security.  Such enterprise-level security platforms enable SATO 802.11g wireless radio to support a variety of mobile applications, including point of sale, price markdowns, warehouse/logistics labeling, and more.

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Don’t Miss The Intermec Trade In and Trade Up This Month

Posted December 18, 2012

Intermec PM43c Barcode PrinterTrade In and Trade Up

Take advantage of the Intermec Trade In Program by trading in a competitive or Intermec pre-owned thermal printer and purchasing a qualifying new Intermec printer to earn up to $525 back.

Now’s the time to upgrade your legacy industrial, mobile or desktop printers to one of the industry’s most complete lineup of rugged, reliable and versatile printing solutions.

The Intermec Trade In Program offers compelling rebates on Intermec’s most popular printing products and is available until 12/31/2013.

Visit Intermec.tradeups.com for complete details


Eurotuin Chooses Sato’s GL4e Printers For Shop Automation

Posted December 3, 2012

SATO GL4e Series Barcode PrinterEurotuin, a company comprising of several garden centers in Belgium is a member of Garden Retail Services, the largest full service organisation for garden centers in the Benelux region, with nearly 300 garden centers in the Netherlands and Belgium. Eurotuin recently changed its labeling system and chose NedFox’s RetailVista software to update its shop automation.

Nedfox, a leading retail software vendor specializing in providing cost-effective, scalable software, has chosen to apply SATO’s GL4e printer to its RetailVista ERP software as it has the flexibility and scalability to meet the needs and growth of garden center businesses. NedFox’s software is able to process large amounts of data using barcodes which include information such as prices, available stock in-store, customer database or products’ descriptions. NedFox’s RetailVista ERP is compatible with SATO’s GL4e series printers which are particularly suited to the retail environment thanks to its versatility and online barcode verification and are RFID Ready, therefore fitting perfectly into the Garden Retail Services shop automation.

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Get To Know The New Zebra GC420

Posted November 27, 2012

Zebra GC420 Series Barcode PrinterZebra has been a leader in small desktop label printers with its long standing LP and TLP series printers. While this series has been the go to printer for many businesses, all good things come to an end as these models were discontinued this year. However, Zebra has followed-up with a new line to fit the same needs with the GC420.

With any update in a product line though, there are always some questions as to the compatibility of using the newer model in place of the older series.  The following FAQ is a great guide into how the GC420 can be the right fit for an aging LP or TLP series printer.

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Citizen Introduces the CL-S6621 – The World’s Smallest 6-inch Label Printer

Posted November 6, 2012

Citizen has launched the CL-S6621, the smallest 6-inch label printer on the market, saving valuable desk space for customers as well as offering a range of powerful features. The CL-S6621 is a remarkable 60% smaller than the next largest 6-inch printer, and half the price, making it not only the smallest but also the best priced 6-inch printer on the market.

The CL-S6621 is a 6-inch version of the successful CL-S621, bridging the gap between 4 and 8-inch printers and enhancing the highly successful range of Citizen industrial desktops that combine robustness with high performance. The printer is packed with technology that boosts print quality and reliability, including the ARCP automatic tension system that enables clearer prints. The CL-S6621 also incorporates Citizen’s Hi-Lift Mechanism, which enables precision printing and, along with an ergonomic paper lifter, easier media loading.

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Datamax Apex 3 Now Available with USB

Posted October 23, 2012

The Apex 3 line of printers is one of the most popular mobile printers on the market today due to its fast, reliable printing at a great price. Designed specifically for your mobile workforce, it  can meet your mobile printing  needs without sacrificing on quality and performance. The Apex 3 is an affordable way to meet the constantly changing requirements connected to field service, transportation, retail and law enforcement applications.

Historically this printer has been only available with an RS232 connection, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth.  With the added USB support to the line you can be sure that this printer will be a great fit for any application.

For more details and pricing on the new USB models, contact us at BarcodesInc.


Epson C3400 and Bartender Make the Perfect Match for Color Label Printing

Posted October 18, 2012

Most label printing is with just a single color and most of the time  just black. While this is a very cost efficient and easy means to create labels, some applications really need full color options.

One option is to go with pre-printed labels that have the color elements completed already so you then could just print in a single color.  This is not the easiest option to manage and all the color printed areas are static with each label.

Luckily there is the Epson C3400 printer and Seagull Scientific Bartender software.  This combo allows you to create fully customizable full color labels on-demand.  Print color labels quickly and easily, without sacrificing the power and flexibility you expect from a high-end solution. Print labels with full color photos, logos, almost any font and just about any barcode.

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Buying a Barcode Printer : 4 Questions Before You Buy

Posted October 12, 2012

Compared to a laser or inkjet printer, thermal based barcode label printers are a much more economical option to create high quality labels and tags. These printers can create single labels instead of on whole sheets that are not really suitable for on-demand printing . In the long run, thermal barcode printers require less maintenance, have less expensive media, and print faster while maintaining excellent print quality.

Finding the right printer for your needs, however, can be challenge with all the available models and options.

The next 4 questions will help make the decision process easier and get you closer to best printer for your needs.

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Teklynx and Epson Offer A GHS Compliant Chemical Labeling Solution

Posted October 11, 2012

Teklynx announced that it has teamed up with Epson to offer a turnkey solution for Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) compliant chemical labeling.

Together, Epson’s TM-C3400 inkjet printer (which prints color, on-demand labels) and Teklynx software (which allows for the identification, design and tracking of hazardous labels), offer a completely GHS compliant turnkey solution. This solution ensures compliance for chemical manufacturers, while eliminating the time consuming task of identifying multi-vendor, compatible GHS-compliant components.

On March 26, 2012 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced its plans to adopt the GHS labeling standard for the American market with the first steps of implementation beginning in 2013. For chemical manufacturers, an automated way to print color, on-demand labels onto extremely durable media, as well as a software solution that allows for the design and management of the labels, will significantly assist in complying with GHS requirements. The Epson printer paired with Teklynx Central  GHS software, allows customers to benefit from a complete labeling solution for identifying hazardous materials.

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