Printronix Auto ID, Inc. introduced a new thermal desktop printer today, called the T800. The model shall have a host of versatile features such as RFID, and Wi-Fi with advanced security protocols.
It has an ARM A7 processor which should offer offers faster time-to -first-print. The company claims that it the printer is easily capable of producing over 1,000 labels per day and that its 300-meter ribbon ensures fewer roll changes and therefore less downtime.
In a statement, Printronix said, “One of the key differentiators between traditional desktops and the T800 is its ability to print RFID labels. The T800 with optional UHF RFID was designed to meet the growing demand for encoding and printing RFID labels at an affordable price. Retail, manufacturing, and healthcare are just a few of the industries that use RFID to track products throughout the supply chain, take inventory in real-time, or locate assets within the enterprise. The T800 makes printer setup for encoding and printing of RFID labels fast and easy.”
The printer should support inlays down to 625 inches in length while the antenna can also be adjusted for non-standard inlay positions. Further more, the RFID label calibration function automatically sets the optimal label encoding position within the printer.
The T800 is also the company’s first desktop printer to incorporate the Printronix System Architecture (PSA) and includes a full suite of labor-saving features and printer management tools for easy day-to-day operations. PSA is an exclusive intelligent design platform that combines advanced features with a common set of building blocks to simplify printer installation, operation, and improve productivity.