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Honeywell Introduces the MP Series Industrial Label Printers

Posted October 18, 2017

mp-seriesHoneywell’s MP Series Industrial Label Printers are a set of rugged and easy-to-use industrial printers. The MP Series can do as much as the large industrial printers but only need a fraction of the space. With an all-metal casing that makes them ideal for harsh industrial environments, these Honeywell printers are quiet and small enough to operate in low noise environments, including offices or hospitals. The MP Series comes in two models, the MP Nova and the MP Compact.

The MP Nova printers occupy less than half the space of traditional industrial label printers allowing users to retain valuable work space. The MP Nova printers can be used in almost any orientation, including the ability to be mounted upside down. With Large, easy-to-manage levers, single-handed media removal, and open covers make the MP Nova the next generation in ergonomic printer engineering that saves money, time, and space.

The MP Compact has a small footprint and takes up little room in smaller crowded areas with ability to be mounted on walls, manufacturing lines, and mobile trolleys. An option for the MP Compact comes with 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless LAN making it easy to connect to networks and to use mobile printing operations such as a forklift.

MP Nova Features and Benefits:

  • Increased operational uptime with easy media loading.
  • Large media capacity allows for maximum productivity.
  • Available in 102 mm (4 in) and 152 mm (6 in) sizes as well as Direct Thermal (DT) and Thermal Transfer (TT) models.
  • The printers support IPL, DPL, Labelpoint and PL-Z languages, allowing them to easily replace competitive printers.

MP Compact Features and Benefits:

  • Label retrieval time is reduced when the MP Compact printers are mounted on a forklift.
  • Large media capacity allows for maximum productivity.
  • The printers are easily mounted on mobile assets such as manufacturing lines, mobile trolleys or forklifts.
  • The printers support DPL, Labelpoint and PL-Z languages, allowing them to easily replace competitive printers.
  • The printers offer a wireless connection option in addition to standard Ethernet.

For any questions or a quote on any of your printing needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.


Zebra’s ZD620: State of the Art Desktop Printer

Posted October 13, 2017

zd620-1The ZD620 delivers in print quality, productivity, application flexibility, and management simplicity. This is Zebra’s next generation of thermal transfer desktop printers. The ZD620 replaces the GX Series and the ZD500 printers rising above other conventional desktop printers with premium print quality and state of the art of features. With field-installable connectivity and media handling options allow you to purchase what you need today, while giving you the flexibility to add new features on site to meet tomorrow’s needs.

Zebra’s ZD620 allows you monitor and manage your printer from the cloud giving you unsurpassed management simplicity. The desktop printer delivers best-in-class print speeds 8 inches per second at 203 dpi output and 6 inches per second at a 300 dpi output. The ZD620 can lower your costs with a high capacity ribbon by having an intelligent dual-ribbon handling that allows the printer to accept either 74m (244 ft.) or high capacity 300m (984 ft) ribbons. The 300m ribbon can reduce ribbon changes by 75% for fewer workflow interruptions.

ZD620 Features and Benefits:

  • Print Width: 4.09 in./104 mm for 203 dpi, 4.27 in./108 mm for 300 dpi
  • Maximum Print Speed: 8 in./203 mm per second (203 dpi), 6 in./152 mm per second (300 dpi)
  • Communication Methods: USB v2.0 (Standard), Bluetooth Low Energy (Standard), RS-232 Serial (Standard), 10/100 Ethernet (Standard), Wireless: 802.11ac with Bluetooth 4.1 (Factory installed option).
  • Print Resolution:  203 dpi/8 dots per mm, Optional 300 dpi/12 dots per mm.
  • Media Sensors: Full width, moveable reflective/black mark sensor; Multi-position transmissive/gap sensor.

 

For any questions or a quote on any of your printing needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.


Zebra Printing Supplies

Posted September 13, 2017

lbelsWhen it comes to consumables there are no shortage of options, but each and everyone has their benefits when it comes to maintaining your printer. Printing supplies can impact everything from the printhead lifespan to the printer’s operational efficiency. So when it comes to selecting labels, ribbons, or wristbands it is an important decision. Zebra Technologies can help, being one of the largest thermal label convertors in North America, with the expertise in converting thermal media. With four U.S. converting locations Zebra offers manufacturing redundancies resulting in quick delivery and minimal interruptions. Zebra will only use inks, varnishes, tools and equipment that meet the requirements of thermal materials.

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Honeywell XL Thermal Transfer Labels

Posted August 2, 2017

labelsIf you don’t know what’s cool about the Honeywell XL Thermal Transfer Labels, please read below.

What is it?

  • 4” x 6” Thermal Transfer Label with a thinner liner.
  • 1,500 labels per roll vs standard 1,000
  • 3” core and 8” outer diameter.

Benefits:

  • Thinner liner = more labels & less weight per roll.
  • Less time changing rolls.
  • Less to order.
  • Saves on freight costs and storage space (6,000 rolls/case versus standard 4,000/case).
  • Environmentally friendly without a price premium.
  • Can be used with Zebra Thermal Transfer printers.

For a quote on the Honeywell XL Thermal Transfer Labels, contact one of our Barcodes, Inc. representatives.


What Are the Advantages of Thermal Transfer Printing?

Posted June 13, 2017

Choosing the right printing method for labels can always be confusing at first. With options for direct thermal and thermal transfer it really comes down to how long you want the label to last and in what kind of environment. Thermal transfer provides more options for longevity and durability but not without a cost.

Thermal Transfer – Advantages

  • Image durability. It’s the label type needed for harsh environments.
  • Superb resolution of bar codes, text and graphics.
  • Longer printhead life compared to direct thermal printers.
  • Can be color depending on color of label – black, blue, red, green, white.

Thermal Transfer – Disadvantages

  • Dual media needed – labels and ribbons. More to purchase and store.
  • Ribbons can be tricky to load.
  • Must match ribbon to facestock.
  • Single pass ribbon can be wasteful if little is printed on long labels.

High Quality Label Supplies From Zebra

Posted March 28, 2017

lbelsLabels are a crucial element in any application barcodes are used that can easily be overlooked.  Thermal printing isn’t rocket science but having the right high quality label for your specific needs can be the key to success and profitability.

Not all thermal labels are created equal. Zebra has been a label printing leader for decades now. Using their supplies means you have access to a large selection of quality, pre-tested, supplies manufactured by a thermal industry expert, reducing your risks.

Zebra has intimate knowledge of thermal printers and understands the importance of using quality materials and processes. With one of the largest selections of thoroughly tested label materials to choose from you cab rest assured with any Zebra label you may need. Continue reading »


Desktop Printing Made Easy with the Honeywell PC42t

Posted February 17, 2017

Based on more than 40 years of bar code printing innovations, the PC42t desktop printer sets new standards for user-friendliness and affordability. Easy to install and ready to print quickly, the streamlined PC42t is an economical choice for media up too 4.3” wide.

The Honeywell PC42t supports a wide range of media and features a quick-opening design for easy media replenishment. Designed to print up to 1000 label a day, the PC42t’s quiet, reliable operation and intuitive design make it the perfect fir for light-duty labeling applications in a variety of industries.


Infographic: Introducing Honeywell’s Duratran XL Labels

Posted November 27, 2016

Honeywell’s new Duratran XL 4×6 labels offer you the opportunity to lower costs while increasing printing. Lower price per label. Less change over time. Less warehouse space. Lower shipping costs. More printing per roll. With 1500 labels/roll, there are 50% more labels/roll than a standard roll.

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Zebra Labels for Any Application

Posted December 3, 2015

Label printing isn’t rocket science by any means but knowing what label to use for your specific application can be challenge at first. Zebra has been the leading manufacturer of printers and labels with a wide range of offerings to meet the needs of any environment from very short term temporary shipping labels to rugged, outdoor asset labeling.

Following these simple guidelines it’ll be easy to determine which type of label you need and the most suitable Zebra options.

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Honeywell’s New PC42t Economical 4″ Thermal Printer

Posted October 9, 2015

Honeywell extends its 40-year experience in designing barcode label printers with the introduction of the PC42t, a  thermal transfer desktop printer that meets the needs of a wide range of markets globally. Designed for use in environments where affordability is key, the PC42t is a light-duty printer ready for retail shelf price labeling, general office packing and shipping labeling, and distribution center barcode labeling applications. Well-suited for small-business owners looking to upgrade to thermal printing from inkjet or laser printers for the first time, the PC42t is easy to setup and inexpensive to own.

Key Features

  • The reliable PC42t label printer includes broad, industry-standard connectivity including USB device and USB host, plus optional serial or serial plus Ethernet.
  • The PC42t thermal transfer desktop printer is an economical choice for media up to 110 millimeters (4.3 inches) wide. With an ability to accommodate large ribbon sizes, the PC42t can print longer before needing media replenishment, increasing productivity in label-making operations.
  • The PC42t’s compact size, common media specifications, support for Direct Protocol, and ZPLII and EPL command emulation make it an easy upgrade from legacy Intermec or competing thermal printers.
  • The PC42t printer is backed by a three-year manufacturer’s warranty exclusively for customers in the Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

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