Using 360° Viewing:
- Rotate: Use top-to-bottom, side-to-side by use of mouse arrow.
- Zoom In: Double click on image.
- Zoom Out/Reset: Put photo at full zoom & then double click.
- Item Portable Label Printer
- Printer Series BMP71
- Max. Tape Width 2"
- Label Formats Supported Continuous and Die-Cut Labels
- Stand Alone Printing / PC Required Stand Alone or PC Printing
- Maximum Print Speed 1.5 in./sec.
- Printer Display Color LCD
- Font Range 4 to 170
- Color Printing Capability Single Color
- Printhead Resolution 300 dpi
- Printer Power Options AC Adapter, Rechargeable Battery
- Printer Connectivity USB
- Application Cable Marking, Circuit Board ID, Facility ID, General ID, Healthcare Labeling, Industrial Barcode Labeling, Industrial ID, Laboratory ID, Lockout Tagout Labeling, Plant Maintenance, Wire Marking
- Printing Software Compatibility LabelMark(TM) Labeling Software, MARKWARE(TM) Tape and Label Software
- Printer Weight 5.42 lb.
- Warranty 2 yr.
- Features Automatic Label Formatting, QWERTY Style Keypad Full Color Display Screen, Built-In Wizards for Electrical, DataComm and General ID Labels, Batch Labels
- Includes Hard Case
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