To enable businesses to future-proof their increasingly diverse labelling needs, TSC Printronix Auto ID has just launched its new generation of desktop printers; the TH DH Series. Effortless to integrate and use, and with enhanced security, these devices will produce high-quality labels on a wide variety of media.
Suitable for applications in retail, food and drink, clothing, healthcare and logistics, the TH DH Series will precision print anything from card swing tags and fabric care labels to specimen labels and shrink tubes. “This new range easily conquers most label printing challenges, be they thick, tiny, long or application-specific like vehicle registration plates,” says Bob Vines, UK, Ireland & Nordics country manager for TSC Printronix Auto ID. “It can do this with minimal intervention by IT managers, just simple adjustments to the DPI algorithm, heater line and TPH pressure.“
Optional extras like wireless connectivity, cutter and peeler modules enable companies to scale up applications without having to replace the whole printer, thereby prolonging product life-cycles. The TH DH Series is available in 2-inch and 4-inch models, with 203 dpi or 300 dpi print options in each. They can print up to 7,000† labels a day. A healthcare version is also available, featuring an antibacterial exterior to perform in medical environments.
Integration and deployment of the TH DH Series is seamless, label templates stay the same even when switching from other printer brands. Remote real-time monitoring and management, and self-diagnostic TPH Care means fast trouble- shooting and maximum uptime. Enhanced security helps protect networks from cyber attacks and any subsequent downtime.
In line with TSC’s commitment to sustainability, the TH DH Series is its first range to incorporate practices that reduce environmental impact. Both the packaging and printer’s plastic casing are 100% recyclable, and over 90% of the devices‘ components are recyclable too. The printers‘ casing is made from 30% recycled plastic. The TH DH Series supports linerless media, which, apart from benefits like printing labels of any length, helps reduce waste, and reinforces the devices‘ sustainability credentials.