New Desktop Printer Will Streamline Retail, General Office and Warehouse Printing
FORT MILL, S.C., – Sept. 8, 2015 – Honeywell (NYSE: HON) extends its 40-year experience in designing barcode label printers with the introduction of the PC42t (buy here from Legacy Technology Services), a thermal transfer desktop printer that meets the needs of a wide range of markets globally. 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 center barcode labeling applications. Well-suited for small-business owners looking to upgrade to thermal printing from inkjet or laser printers for the first time, the PC42t is easy to setup and inexpensive to own.
- Joining Honeywell’s extensive offerings of barcode printers, the reliable PC42t label printer includes broad, industry-standard connectivity including USB device and USB host, plus optional serial or serial plus Ethernet.
- The PC42t thermal transfer desktop printer is an economical choice for media up to 110 millimeters (4.3 inches) wide. With an ability to accommodate large ribbon sizes, the PC42t can 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 make it an easy upgrade from legacy Intermec or competing thermal printers.
- The PC42t printer is backed by a three-year manufacturer’s warranty exclusively for customers in the Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
Alex Babic, senior product marketing manager, Honeywell Sensing & Productivity Solutions: "From large corporations to small businesses, business owners are looking to identify ways to streamline operations while saving time and resources. By providing this high-quality, reliable and accessible printing solution, Honeywell is helping more customers solve their business problems one barcode and label at a time."
Richa Gupta, senior analyst, AutoID & Data Capture, VDC Research: "In the past 18 months, Honeywell has been highly successful with its strategy of creating products for and marketing to high growth regions. Its latest entry-level desktop printer, the new PC42t, shows the company’s continued commitment to developing affordable barcode labeling solutions that are ideal for bringing about operational efficiencies and productivity improvements in small- and medium-sized business environments."