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. The TX200 Series will be available worldwide starting in Q1 2015.
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 Centronic 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.