Three-inch barcode labels from a very small printer

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Portable mini-printer with LCD display and USB

The new portable Paxar 9433 barcode label printer delivers labels at a print width of only 76 mm while featuring very compact dimensions. The standard unit of the intuitive mini-printer includes an LCD display as well as RS-232 and USB interfaces.

The Paxar 9433 is a portable barcode label printer of completely new design. This thermal-direct system delivers 76 mm wide labels and receipts, while featuring the smallest dimensions. The unit prints adhesive, carton and endless labels in retail and industry. Ideal retail applications include pricing, relabelling, shelf labelling, and stock taking. An attractive design permits its use on the sales floor. In production and the supply chain, the printer allows for easy carton and pallet labelling, as well as for many other applications.

The four-line LCD display and intuitive menu controls make the Paxar 9433 easy to use. Label rolls are fast and easy to change. The case is made of an extremely rugged plastic and is additionally protected by rubber edges and corners.

The standard version comes both with RS232 as well as USB interfaces. A W-LAN version compliant to the IEEE 802.11b standard for connection to the EDP system is available as an accessory. Bluetooth connectivity can be supplied as well, and can also be added at any time by the user.

The printer weighs less than 900 grams and can be comfortably carried on a hand or shoulder strap. Labels are printed at a rate up of to 91 mm/sec. The 76mm thermal-direct print head with a 203 dpi resolution produces an extremely crisp and clean print image.

The Paxar Corporation from the USA, is one of the global market leaders in product labelling and distribution logistics. The companys complete solutions include everything from the printer to consumables to the finished label.

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