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PT-1500PC

Computer Label Printer

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Brother PT-1500PC
Discontinued Model
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Overview
Overview

PT-1500PC computer label printer allows you to turn anything you create on your computer into a P-Touch label. No line limitations, no style limitations, uses any TrueType® fonts. Simply type, insert, drag or drop items into place on your computer screen then print them out onto professional-looking laminated labels. It is easy to include logos, pictures, custom graphics or just plain text. Print up to 13 different bar code protocols.

PT-1500PC uses TZ tapes, available in 5 sizes from 6mm to 24mm, in a wide range of color combinations. Select from a variety of laminated or specialty tapes including our industrial adhesive tape for harsh environments. Perfect for business applications, industrial projects or most cpmmercial labeling needs. It is both Windows® and Mac® compatible, using a USB connection. Comes with a "snap on" picture frame front for keeping it prominently displayed on your desk.

Main Features
  • Includes P-Touch software for Windows® and Mac®
  • Uses laminated "TZ" tapes available from 6mm to 24mm wide and in different color combinations
  • Combines text, symbols, bar codes, photos and graphics to create custom labels
  • Uses any TrueType® fonts
  • Prints 14 bar code symbologies
  • Various underlining, italic, bold printing, and framing options
  • 180 dpi printing
Conditions
Conditions for the PT-1500PC
Images‡
Images are for illustrative purposes only
Tape Length‡
Unless otherwise noted.
Tape Sizes‡
Tape widths listed in inches are approximate. Actual tape widths are listed in millimeters (mm).
Tape Types‡
‡ Claims that adhesive is "acid-free", "photo safe" and/or "safe for use" are based upon (i) Satisfactory test results obtained from Photographic Activity Tests per ISO 14523 and non-acidic pH Tests per TAPPI 509; (ii) Certifications from material manufacturers; and (iii) Atomic scans of adhesive following removal of backing paper. Data from independent tests performed at the Image Permanence Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology.
*Street pricing may vary