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Dymo S0955950 Rhino 4200 Labelling Machine with Qwerty Keyboard
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- Easily enter text with a familiar computer-style (QWERTY) keyboard
- Use convenient one-touch hot keys to access shortcuts for creating and formatting wire/cable wraps, flags, Code 39 and Code 128 bar codes, fixed-length, general and breaker labels
- Print 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 1/2 inch and 3/4 inch wide industrial-strength labels in a variety of materials and colours - plus print directly onto heat-shrink tubes
- Quickly access your most commonly used labels, symbols and terms with the favourites key
- Avoid repeated steps with the custom key – customise and save settings for individual label formats
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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 Rhino 4200 gets industrial labelling 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 Favourites key provides single-key access to your most commonly used labels, symbols and terms. With the Rhino 4200, you can print labels up to 19.05 mm 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
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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 ›
Once loaded up with batteries, which was quite easy, this is very straight forward to use. Turn it on, type your text using the QWERTY keyboard and it is shown on the display. If all is well, then press the print button for it to be committed to the tape or alternatively edit until you have it right. Once printing is completed, there is a scissors protrusion on the right hand size and pressing that cuts off the tape for you to use.
The short instruction booklet is in the style favoured by manufacturers these days ie no written instructions, just diagrams to avoid a multi language presentation. However, unlike many booklets in this format, this unit is so easy to use that it is very easy to follow the instructions. There are a number of different tape types and sizes which you can use according to your specific requirements. These include permanent polyester, flexible nylon, heat shrink tube, vinyl or non adhesive tags. A single 12mm adhesive permanent polyester tape is provided with the machine.
This an effective and very competitively priced labelling machine which gives a professional looking finish and has a good variety of media which can be used for printing.
The Rhino 4200 sits in the middle of the Dymo labeller range and is a very robust machine with rubberised body which will cope with some day to day rough treatment.
The keyboard is the familiar QWERTY layout so is quick and easy to navigate, the display is clear and the one touch shortcut keys (hot keys) enable the printer to produce labels intended for wire/cable wraps, code 39 and code 128 barcodes, instant rotation, and more. A range of label sizes can be used - 6, 9, 12 19mm widths - in a variety of colours. They are a little pricey though, so a bit of care should be taken to avoid unnecessary mistakes. Loading new labels is quick and simple.
The instructions are clear and easy to understand, and operating the machine is fairly straightforward and intuitive.
Power is by 6AA batteries or by lithium ion battery, neither of which is supplied, or by mains adapter which is also not supplied.
Aside from the slight disappointment over the lack of power supply I found this a great all round general labeller for the works office.
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 15 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 16 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 on 16 Feb. 2014 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
I'm definitely a Dymo loyalist, so this is a review by someone who is partially converted already. I have an office style label machine that sits neatly in my drawer at work, and... Read morePublished on 5 Dec. 2013 by Withnail67
- 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