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The PC42t

The PC42t



New printer easy to set up

Honeywell’s PC42t comes with several attractive features and will prove beneficial to companies and small business owners wishing to upgrade to thermal printing

October 2015

Buyers of printers in the Gulf can avail themselves of the PC42t, a thermal transfer desktop printer imported from Honeywell Sensing and Productivity Solutions.

The Honeywell product recently introduced to the region will meet the needs of a wide range of industries across the Middle East.

Designed for use in environments where affordability is key, the PC42t is a light-duty printer ready for retail shelf price labeling, general office packing and shipping labeling, and distribution centre barcode labeling applications, said a statement.

Well-suited for companies and small-business owners, who are seeking to upgrade to thermal printing from inkjet or laser printers for the first time, it is easy to setup and inexpensive to own, it said.

The printer includes broad, industry-standard connectivity including USB device and USB host, plus optional serial or serial plus Ethernet.

Tony Nasr, business leader, Middle East, Africa and India, said: “Companies and small business owners across the Middle East are always looking for ways to streamline their operations in a way which saves time and money, while safeguarding operational efficiency.

“By providing this high-quality, reliable and accessible printing solution, Honeywell enables its customers to become more competitive without compromising on quality.”

The new PC42t thermal transfer desktop printer will be an economical choice for media up to 110 millimeters wide, said the statement.

It can accommodate large ribbon sizes and print longer before needing media replenishment, increasing productivity in label-making operations.

The PC42t’s compact size, common media specifications, support for Direct Protocol, and ZPLII and EPL command emulation also make it an easy upgrade from legacy Intermec or competing thermal printers.

The new printer has also been backed by a three-year manufacturer’s warranty exclusively for customers in the Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.




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