The Datamax-O'Neil H-Class H-4212 thermal barcode printer family is the most advanced and feature-rich printer solution designed for today's dynamic enterprise applications. H-4212 printers provide throughput that is up to twice as fast as other printers in its class, and its gear-driven design provides rugged and reliable performance for 24x7 mission-critical service.
Modular construction increases up-time for the highest levels of user productivity, and helps provide the lowest cost of ownership. The Datamax-O'Neil O'Neil H-4212 H-Class printers offer the industry's largest graphical display that provides an easy-to-read view for quick navigation and printer notifications.
Additional Datamax-O'Neil H-4212 benifits and features:
Reduced total cost of ownership with an easy to maintain modular design.
Heavy duty components to support 24 x 7 mission critical applications.
High-performance 32 bit/ 200MHz multi-tasking processor for maximum print throughput for the most demanding applications.
Rugged and reliable solid cast metal chassis for challenging environments.
Flexible connectivity with largest range of interfaces.
Designed for any level user to navigate the large graphic display for optimum viewing and control of all printer functions.
Superior Batch Printing using a direct powered internal rewinder for complete eight-inch label rolls with backing.Powered with one of the industries fastest processors, the H-4212 printer's high-speed 32 bit/200 MHz multi-tasking processor increases data through put and processing at amazing speeds making label printing one of the fastest in the industries.
The new 240 x 320 graphical LCD display is the largest display available, giving users optimum viewing of both the standard and advanced menu selections. While new heavy-duty 8 inch internal rewind (X models only) is a direct powered rewinder offering one of the most powerful methods of rewinding a complete 8 inch roll of backing and labels.
In addition, the Datamax-O'Neil H-4212 barcode printers are designed with options to address evolving RFID applications. The Datamax-O'Neil H-Class: why consider anything else?