Thomas & Betts debuts low-light thermal printer

March 26, 2009
March 26, 2009--Thomas & Betts' EZCODE EZL500 thermal label printer features a large LCD screen and backlit display enabling use in low-light environments. A cassette sensor automatically adjusts the unit to the tape's width and media type, eliminating reprogramming with each tape switch.

March 26, 2009--Thomas & Betts' EZCODE EZL500 thermal label printer features a large LCD screen and backlit display enabling use in low-light environments. A cassette sensor automatically adjusts the unit to the tape's width and media type, eliminating reprogramming with each tape switch.

Oversized, wide-spaced keys help reduce typing mistakes. Rubber overmolding enables a firm grip and helps to protect the unit in case of an accidental drop.

The printer package includes PC connection software and a built-in mini USB port, allowing for downloading of upgrades, logos, and additional symbols. It handles a variety of tapes, ranging from a quarter-inch to an inch wide. Tape materials come in nylon, polyester, heat-shrink material, and self-laminating vinyl. Options nclude a rechargeable, 7.4-volt Li-ion battery.

On the Web: www.tnb.com

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