TSC TX200 Series
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HIGH PERFORMANCE FOR A NEW GENERATION
TX200 SeriesThe TX200 Series of thermal transfer desktop barcode printers supports more printing applications than any other printer in its class. With three models available, the four-inch-wide TX200 Series can address everything from higher volume 4×6 shipping labels, higher resolution product marking and graphic solutions, to high-resolution labels used in electronics marking applications.
Models in the TX200 Series include:
TX200 – 203 dpi resolution with print speeds up to 8 inches per second
TX300 – 300 dpi resolution with print speeds up to 6 inches per second
TX600 – 600 dpi printer featuring precise calibration and registration required for printing the smallest labels
The TX200 series is the culmination of 23 years of designing best-selling high-performance and durable desktop printers. The printers use a large 300-meter ribbon supply on a one-inch core that saves both time and money. The TX200 Series features a user-friendly spring-loaded center-biased clamshell design for easy drop-in media loading of 5-inch rolls of media. The printer construction features a rugged double-wall design that is stronger and more durable than other thermal transfer mechanisms on the market. Its strong motor is powerful enough to handle a 300-meter-long ribbon.
Standard interfaces include USB 2.0, USB-A Host, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and Serial connectivity. Optional communications interfaces include Bluetooth, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and Centronics Parallel. Printer options include a bright, color LCD display, label peel and present, and cutter.
As with all TSC printers, the TX200 Series features the TSPL-EZ™ printer control language, which is fully compatible with other TSC printer languages, while supporting TPLE (Translation Printer Language Eltron®) and TPLZ (Translation Printer Language Zebra®). The languages automatically decipher and translate the format of each label as it is sent to the printer. TSPL-EZ™ also features internal scalable True Type fonts (based on the Monotype® font engine), which are typically found only in more expensive printers.