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Tharo Systems, Inc: Tharo Systems, Inc: Label printer/applicator

Tharo’s PA2000t Label Printer/Applicator is a cost-effective accessory for the Tharo H-400/H-600 Series of thermal/thermal transfer bar code label printers.
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The Tharo PA2000t Label Printer/Applicator is easy to use, with minimal adjustments necessary, quick setup and changeover for applying labels to the top or side of varying height or width products. The PA2000t features a small footprint, 15” wide x 32” tall x 30” long, and a remote front panel for easy access, regardless of the orientation of the applicator. It has an all-metal cabinet, and a heavy-duty cylinder that will withstand high stress in side labeling, with minimal deflection, when using a conveyor. With or without a computer attached, the PA2000t is automatic or semi-automatic; has the ability to apply labels from 2” x 1” to 4.5” x 8” in size, using the 6” wide printer, labels as large as 6” x 8” can be accommodated. The PA2000t can apply up to 58 labels per minute depending on printer used, label size and height of product.

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