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Label Printer, 11 In. W, 3-1/2 In. H

  • Item# 1XTH5
  • Mfr. Model# Rhino 6000
  • Catalog Page# 480
  • UNSPSC# 44102405
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  • Shipping Weight 3.75 lbs.
Country of Origin China Country of Origin is subject to change.
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Product Details

Electronic Printers
• 1-touch hot keys save setup time Large backlit display Nonsmearing thermal transfer
Printers feature impact-resistant rubber bumpers for protection.
Rhino™ 6000
PC-compatible handheld printer features 1-touch power cutter and library of over 250 industry terms and symbols. Includes one 3/4" black-on-white vinyl label cartridge, quick-change rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack, and AC adapter. Kit adds RhinoConnect™ labeling software, one 3/8" black-on-white vinyl label tape cartridge, and USB cable.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Label Printer
  • Tape Width 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4, 1"
  • Color Yellow
  • Material Plastic
  • Printhead Thermal Transfer
  • Font Size Extra Small, Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
  • Max. Lines of Print 4
  • Battery Size AA
  • For Use With All Rhino(TM) Tapes and Heat Shrink Tubes
  • Display (4) Line LCD
  • Overall Length 11"
  • Overall Width 11"
  • Overall Height 3-1/2"
  • Standards ANSI/TIA/EIA-606-A
  • Includes Rhino 6000, 1" Black On White Flexible Nylon Tape, A Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery Pack and AC Adapter, User Manual CD-ROM & Quick Reference Guide
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 9reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Lots of great features, mechanical issues I've had two of these units, the first one lasted for about 8 months and then the cutter jammed and would not recover. Sent it in for warranty, got a replacement in about two weeks. Had the replacement for 5 months and the cutter jammed (again), so now I'm out all the money I spent on tape cartridges. Purchased a similar competitors model (manual cutter) and find it works more consistently. I need a unit that I can rely on for my day to day work in complex communications sites.If Dymo would make a Rhino 6000 with a manual cutter (I need the 1" tape size) I would certainly get another one but the motorized cutter cannot be relied on. April 12, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Faulty equipment Bought two. Only lasted one year. Both cutters broke. April 9, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by It works, when it works... I'm a low-voltage custom installer and have gone through two of these 6000's at a rate of about one per year. The cutter screws up, or doesn't feed properly. I wish they would make one at a higher price point that would be more reliable. Also, everyone knows an "asdf" keyboard would be faster. October 9, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Does not perform as advertised We purchased a Rhino 6000 kit in order to label the networking components for a new residential building. The unit was tested prior to use, and once on mains power, was found to compentantly print legible labels on self-laminating tapes. However, once the unit was brought to the site, where mains power was not available, it was found to not perform as advertised - reliably printing labels on-site. The labeller must remain on mains power in order to print clear labels, something which was not possible at the time. We would not recommend this item to others. December 4, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Good and Bad This product is almost there they have a bunch of versitle lables and shrink wrap, this is teriffic. I got this to replace my brother p-touch but it can't quite do that. Dymo has a better varity of lables but not much in clear. Also there lables don't hold up as well meaning that on the shrink wrap the lettering has come off several high ware areas and is sentive to heat it seems to melt the inc. My brother I would print the lable and shrinkwrap clear over it I figured the dymo would save a step. But printing only on one side, no trext wraping and durability issues this is not realy cutting it. Also the printing is not easy, it usally takes me two or three lables to get it right, what I wast. It will not print small, you can't read it basically the letters do not print, this is a real bummer. Also I want to use the entire with of the tape and in most cases can't I have to Fool the machine by telling it you have a wider tape in it and guessing at the font size to fill the tape. I think they do this because if you buy for example 1/2" tapes they are not quite 1/2" all the time. They vary up to about 1/8" +-. Overall the machine is well built but not the product I had hoped for. March 1, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by easy to use The labeler is good, but the software will not run on Vista x64. Also, it is near impossible to contact Technical Support at Dymo, and when you manage to, they are indifferent and arrogant. January 24, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by Great features, but one FATAL FLAW On the surface this seemed like the perfect label maker. For quite a while I was looking for an excuse to buy one. After putting up with the cutter errors on my existing printer, I decided to buy one for a larger job. It lived up to all the hype with quick formatting of labels and general ease of use. Unfortunately it's not possible to print fixed-length labels without doing some manual trimming with scissors. This applies to almost every label format. For example, when printing panel labels, labeling 2 ports per label, if you're labeling 200 ports, that's 100 labels you have to manually trim with scissors. With my old printer, it would pause and cut in the appropriate place between labels. The Rhino printers leave a leader at EVERRY CUT that you must trim manually. This is not user error either, as I confirmed with tech support, as well as their engineering department (via a trade show rep) that this is in fact how the printers work. I would definitely NOT buy another one. December 31, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rhino Is THE Solution For Cable Labeling The nylon tapes are excellent for flexible applications. They stay put very well. I have not really tested how durable the vinyl tapes are for outdoor use. I hope to report by January. P-Touch can't even begin to compare. Not even in the same league. If you need robust labeling specially for cables Rhino is the solution. October 22, 2008
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