The TDP-225 barcode printer features a compact design and high performance engine that make it ideal for retail and other labeling applications.
TDP-244 with a durable and reliable design is an ideal barcode printer for product marking, shipping, retail and other labeling applications at the best price.
TDP-247 series barcode printers offers best-in-class speed and high-resolution capabilities, along with a rugged, reliable design.
TTP-244M Pro series barcode printer features a heavy duty steel enclosure and internal assembly designed for extended high-volume use in industrial environments.
The new high speed TTP-2410M Pro Series barcode printer features many improvements designed to increase the functionality and durability of TSC’s flagship industrial printer line.
The ME240 series of industrial barcode printer with all-metal construction and die-cast aluminum print mechanism engine was designed to offer the right features at the best value in the industry.
The TTP-225 Series Desktop barcode printer more features, more speed, higher reliability.
The TA200 Series Desktop barcode printer superior, affordable performance.
The TTP-247 Series Desktop barcode printer industry-leading performance at a budget price.
A barcode is a body of data encoded by either varying spacing and width of parallel lines (known as 1D barcodes) or by geometric patterns such as dots, hexagons, and rectangles (known as 2D barcodes). The data that can be held range from a few characters for 1D barcodes to several thousand characters to 2D barcodes, making it very effective and powerful for barcode printer applications.
First, the user will need to create the label format and content, using software designed for barcode printer purposes. One would first select the type of barcode format that is most optimal for their needs, then enter the information to be represented by the barcode. Together, this output will then feed into a barcode label printer, which prints the corresponding input. These label printers can typically support multiple types of barcodes, depending on the users’ barcode printer needs.
Setting up barcode printer has gotten more and more user-friendly with the increased interface options between a user’s computer and the barcode printer. Connectivity options now cover both wired selections, including USB, Ethernet, serial, as well as wireless options (including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth). TSC printers cover this wide range of options to make barcode printer both simple and flexible.
Barcode printer can be conducted on either conventional office printers (such as laser or inkjet) or on thermal barcode printers. The latter offers some significant advantages, including: