Brother P-Touch Labelling Machine (PT-E300VP)Brand : Brother
Category : PR_LABEL
Industrial Labelling Machine
In electrical and datacom installations, clear, robust labelling is crucial – and the Brother PT-E300VP Label Printer with carry case has been designed to make the process easier than ever before.
It’s a durably engineered machine with a rechargeable battery and AC adapter that makes printing labels from 6mm to 18mm wide simple. And it’s also compatible with with high-grade TZe laminated tapes, as well as heat-shrink tubes
The Brother PT-E300VP label printer for electricians enables you to deliver a professional job, and is compliant with the identification requirements of the wiring regulations. This labelling machine is ideal for warning notices and identification labels. Prints durable labels up to 18mm.
The PT-E300VP Label Printer comes pre-loaded with 384 commonly used symbols, along with 9 barcode protocols, all easily accessed via a PC-style keyboard and large backlit LCD screen.
And as the label material is laminated and rigorously tested against all crucial degrading effects, you can be sure your vital information will remain clear and professional-looking for years to come
- Prints on 6mm – 18mm tapes and heat shrink tubes
- 384 Electrical and AV specific symbols
- 15 Character, 3 line graphic display
- Fast print speed of 20mm/sec
- 15.8mm Max print height
- 180dpi Print resolution
- Manual cutter
- QWERTY keyboard
- 25 – 300mm Label length
- Max 5 lines on 18mm label
- 9 Barcodes supported
What’s in the Box?
The PT-E300VP Labelling Machine ships with the following:
- AC Adapter
- Li-ion Battery
- 9mm Black on white Strong Adhesive tape (8m)
- User Guide
- Carry case and Wrist strap
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