Tharo Systems Inc.'sH-600 Series are 6 inch wide, thermal
transfer bar code label printers with an all metal construction and a cast
aluminum center wall for added strength. The large media window allows for easy
viewing and monitoring of supplies. Features
include a high-speed USB 2.0 interface for fast data transfer, a real-time clock
for time and date stamping of labels and Ethernet adapter. The Tharo H-600
Series printers come with a free version of Tharo Systems' EASYLABEL Start
software for custom designing and printing labels. Options include: cutter,
internal rewind with stripper sensor and applicator interface. No PC is necessary because label
formats can be download to the printer's flash memory.
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