Varlink has announced the addition of the PC42t desktop label printer to its existing Honeywell portfolio. The PC42t is the very first Honeywell branded printer with a low price point and modern features.
The PC42t represents a smart solution for small to medium size businesses looking to improve productivity in label making operations. Featuring print speeds of up to 100mm/second and USB, Ethernet, serial or parallel connectivity options, the PC42t is ideal for light-duty labelling applications printing less than 1000 labels a day. Supporting Direct Thermal or Thermal Transfer print options, the PC42t is also easy to install and ready to print quickly with ribbon lengths of up to 300m – more than four times the length of competitive offerings. With the ability to accommodate large ribbon sizes, the PC42t can print longer before needing media replenishment, increasing productivity in label-making operations.
The PC42t is also a great choice for those looking to deploy thermal label printing for the first time, or for those transitioning away from more expensive inkjet- or laser based label printing methods.
Available in either 12.7mm or 25.4mm ribbon core configurations, the PC42t supports media as wide as 110mm and fits right into existing printing environments. The PC42t’s compact size, common media specifications, support for Direct Protocol and ZPLII and EPL command emulation make it an easy upgrade path from legacy Intermec or competing thermal printers.
The PC42t is affordable due to its ability to perform the way its users need it to perform, rather than packing in unnecessary features. It is streamlined and economical with one goal in mind – focused, flawless and efficient thermal printing for busy shelf labelling, price audits and item price re-ticketing applications.
Varlink are also currently offering 70% discount on PC42t demo unit orders.
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