Tyco Electronics unveils thermal transfer printer

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Feb 25, 2009

Tyco Electronics has introduced the TE3124: a 24-hour duty cycle mid-range thermal transfer printer.

It is designed for printing Tyco Electronics's range of identification marker sleeves, cable markers and thermal transfer labels, including Multimark.

Tyco Electronics has recently introduced a new robust, 24-hour duty cycle mid-range thermal transfer printer.

Tyco Electronics has recently introduced a new robust, 24-hour duty cycle mid-range thermal transfer printer.

The lightweight printer is replacing Tyco Electronics's T300-, T400-, TTD- and TTP-series printers.

It is priced lower than the existing T312M printer and is claimed to be the only printer qualified to print the entire thermal transfer range of Tyco Electronics's identification products.

Benefiting from its low weight and a smaller footprint than the existing printer range, the TE3124 printer provides superior levels of print quality and barcode clarity and comes with a 600dpi print head as standard.

Its superior print position accuracy makes the device suitable for small labels and print 2.4-sized marker sleeves.

Further features include automatic calibration with a ribbon- and media-loading procedure and compatibility with Wintotal version 4.6.05 or later and PEP-5 (Express, Pro or Suite) software packages.

Technical details of the TE3124 printer include an operating temperature range of +10C up to +35C, a maximum print speed of 100mm/s (recommended 30mm/s) and a maximum print width of 105.6mm.

The device supports all current interface standards.

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