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Dymo Rhino 4200 Labelling Machine with QWERTY Keyboard
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- Familiar QWERTY keyboard for fast and easy text entry
- Patented hot keys provide shortcuts for creating and formatting wire/ cable wraps, flags, code 39 and 128 barcods, fixed length, general and module labels
- Runs on 6 AA batteries
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With its familiar QWERTY keyboard and library of over 150 symbols and terms for electrical, pro AV/security and facilities management, the DYMO Rhino 4200 gets industrial labeling jobs done fast and done right. “Hot Key” shortcuts enable you to quickly create and format wire/cable wraps, flags, fixed-length labels and more, while a “Favorites” key provides single-key access to your most commonly used labels, symbols and terms. With the DYMO Rhino 4200, you can print labels up to 3/4" wide in flexible nylon, permanent polyester and durable vinyl materials – plus directly onto heat-shrink tubes. Integrated rubber bumpers help prevent damage from on-the-job drops and falls.
Rhino� 4200 printer;Quick reference guide;19 mm white flexible nylon tape
Top Customer Reviews
The colour combinations of Rhino tapes is wider and meets some common industrial standards (but you may have to order some from specialist dealers as they may be less readily available) which means that they are most suited to industrial uses. There are several label widths from 6mm up to 24mm, most of them adhesive, although this model has an upper limit of 19mm which should suffice for many tasks. It should be noted that the full range of sizes is not always applicable for all substrates and the smallest or largest may be omitted in some instances. There are also non-adhesive tab labels that may suit some purposes.Read more ›
The Rhino needs six AA batteries, which are not supplied, although it is also possible to purchase a quick charging lithium-ion battery. The Rhino is supplied with a tape cassette containing 5.5m of 12mm wide white vinyl tape, which prints in black. Other tape colours are also available and print can be in either black or white, dependent on which colour is chosen. Other tape materials are; flexible nylon, permanent polyester, heat-shrink tube, non-adhesive tag and self-laminating. Tapes are available in 6mm, 9mm, 12mm and 19mm widths, not all widths are available in all colours.
With the easy to use, well printed, durable Quick Reference Guide, which is provided, I was producing labels within a few minutes of turning the Rhino on. Label text, upper or lower case, bold and/or italic in a number of sizes, including common symbols, is entered through the well sized QWERTY keyboard and displayed in the clear LCD window, which can be illuminated with the light button by its side. When the text is complete, press the PRINT button, and the tape is scrolled out of the top of the unit ready to be cut with the cutter on the side. Text is printed horizontally by default, but can be printed vertically by using the ROTATE key. Label printing is clear and sharp.
By using the CODE 39 key, text is automatically converted to a code 39 bar code, or to code 128 using the CODE 128 alternative, and can be printed with or without text.
If you need to print a number of sequentially numbered labels starting with a fixed element, this can be easily accomplished with the SERIAL key. Cables can be labelled with stick-on labels using the WIRE/CABLE key or as flags using the FLAG alternative.Read more ›
Try not to wince at the name, which is very cheesy, but instead focus on the really rugged build of this labelling machine, and a number of features which make it especially appealing. The graphically driven and very clear instruction manual allows you to change size of font orientation available to produce wraparound labels that would be suitable for wiring, as well as more conventional linear labels. The QWERTY keyboard is a real advantage, although you might need to persevere and experiment as there is a multiplicity of keys and their function while generally intuitive is not always completely apparent at first glance. The colour, and rubberised protective cover is obviously designed for the DIY market, and if you are organising materials or constructing storage, this will be a real advantage to you. The traditional problems with this kind of labelling machine in terms of battery demand and the extensive replacement tape have not been solved and just something you have to take on the chin if you want access to the study and efficient object. I really rate this item and it's been really useful to us-although be careful changing the tape cartridges as we have had a couple of mistakes which cost us nearly £11 a cartridge. That given, I still give this full marks for what it does.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for one reason, to print bar codes and it does that. Very easy to set up and use. The widest tape is best for bar codes rather than the version that comes with the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Darren D
Superb. I was going to get my usual one from dymo that's twice the price, I'm so glad I didn't the qwerty keyboard makes this so much more practice.Published 9 months ago by andrew sinclair
Dymo Rhino are supposed to be the best labeling machines however I am very disappointed with this as it has basic symbols missing. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Juan Turner
Has worked faultlessly, with a reasonably intuitive keypad that means I am not forever looking for the instruction booklet. Read morePublished on 8 Jan. 2014 by Mike Walker
- Good rugged rubberised case so should take knocks well.
- Easy to use, and the QWERTY keyboard is far better than an ABC keyboard as found on many labellers. Read more
Primarily a label maker for Industrial and Commercial use, this excellent label maker is very impressive. Read morePublished on 30 Nov. 2013 by elsie purdon
A very intuitive, sturdy and well designed labeller, this runs on 6 (count 'em!) batteries that you have to supply. Read morePublished on 25 Nov. 2013 by Supertzar
Now Dymo has always been a godsend when it comes to labeling the things you love, well now it's hit the digital age and it's better than ever. Read morePublished on 19 Nov. 2013 by Great White