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New PA2000t label printer/applicator from Tharo Systems
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Feb '08
The new Tharo PA2000t Label Printer/Applicator is a cost-effective accessory for the Tharo H-400/H-600 Series of thermal/thermal transfer bar code label printers.

The Tharo PA2000t Label Printer/Applicator is easy to use, with minimal adjustments necessary, quick setup and changeover for applying labels to the top or side of varying height or width products.

The PA2000t features a smaller footprint, 15” wide x 32” tall x 30” long, than other Printer/Applicators, with a remote front panel for easy access, regardless of the orientation of the applicator.

It has an all-metal cabinet and is made to last with time-tested components. The heavy-duty cylinder will withstand high stress in side labeling, with minimal deflection, when using a conveyor.

With or without a computer attached, the PA2000t is automatic or semi-automatic; has the ability to apply labels from 2” x 1” to 4.5” x 8” in size, using the 6” wide printer, labels as large as 6” x 8” can be accommodated. The PA2000t can apply up to 58 labels per minute depending on printer used, label size and height of product.

Tharo Systems Inc has been a world leader in the Automatic Identification Industry since 1982. Tharo is the author of EASYLABEL software, the best selling, most powerful label design software on the planet.

There are over 89,000 copies running in almost every country in the world. Tharo has extended its expertise into the development of the Heavy DutyH-Series and Value Priced V-Series thermal transfer label printers. These printers are simply the best price versus performance printers available.

Tharo Systems Inc


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