Avery Dennison launches the first mobile hybrid thermo- printer

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Avery Dennison has introduced a revolutionary new class of printer - the Monarch Sierra Sport4. It is the first truly mobile hybrid thermo-printer and has the capability of being connected to a variety of vehicles.

With a rapid on-demand capability and heavy-duty, impact-resistant housing, the new market entry Monarch Sierra Sport4 puts up with the most demanding industrial requirements. The label printer is particularly suitable for logistical use. It can easily be fixed to forklift trucks or transport equipment, and can be carried to any location using a hand strap or shoulder strap.

Mobile printing increase productivity, as it enables the printer to be located where the print job is required. In addition, the hybrid printer copes with scanning and printing in one operation. Time-consuming allocation of labels to the appropriate product is also now a thing of the past.

The quality of the printed labels remains excellent, regardless of whether printing is thermo-direct or thermo-transfer, even during high operational temperatures and adverse conditions. IThe printer may be powered by either AC, DC or through the vehicle power source and can switch from one to the other depending on the application. 

The connecting facilities make the printer especially flexible and the graphic LCD user interface makes it extremely easy to understand.. It is fitted with an RS 232 interface for backwards compatibility, supports Bluetooth and extends the printer head service life. For increased safety it  has wireless capability and is, of course, ROHS-compatible.

 

About Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison Printer Systems Division offers comprehensive solutions for product labelling: From hardware like printers, print & apply systems, mobile print solutions and labelling machines via software to thermal transfer foils and labels, the company supplies everything that links information to products. Including technical on-site service and consulting as well as application engineering and implementation support for the customer.

After the acquisition of Paxar, Avery Dennison employs more than 30,000 staff in 51 countries all over the world. The range of Paxar is now part of the Avery Dennison offering: the entire labelling technology, from mobile and desktop printers via hand scanners and software to consumables. RFID printers and RFID integration are of high significance here. The product range fits perfectly into Avery Dennison Corporation's portfolio.

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