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PT-1600

Industrial, Handheld Labeling Solution

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Brother PT-1600
Discontinued Model
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Overview
Overview

With an easy grip, rubber impact guards and rugged carrying case, the new PT-1600 is designed for everyday use in the field and on the go. Whether you are looking to label telecom, datacom or electrical equipment or provide on-the-spot asset management labeling, the PT-1600 has outstanding features - rotated text, easy-swap tape cassettes, bar code symbologies, easy to use telecom/datacom templates, and built-in telecom and data symbols - provide a unique solution to your labeling needs.

This machine also has the ability to print laminated labels with standard adhesive, extra strength or new flexible ID adhesive (for wrapping and flagging). The PT-1600 meets your labeling needs for tough and durable labels wherever you are - even in the harshest and toughest of conditions.

Perfect for:

Asset Management
Telecom/Cabling
Manufacturing
General Office

Main Features
  • Includes protective carry case and rubber impact guards
  • Intuitive ABCD keyboard and calculator-style numeric keypad
  • 15 x 2 easy-view LCD
  • 6 built-in telecom/datacom specific templates and 10 pre-formattedgeneral-use label designs
  • Design and print custom labels up to 7 lines
  • Print options: printing multiple copies, serialized labels, vertical,horizontal, rotated and "mirror" text
  • 9 industry-standard bar codes
  • Memory functions and built-in library of symbols
  • Alignment and framing options for advanced label formatting and printing
  • 8 point sizes and 4 type widths
  • Uses 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 18mm and 24mm tape widths
  • Uses all TZ tapes including new Extra Strength Adhesive and newFlexible ID tape
‡Conditions
*Street pricing may vary
Conditions for the PT-1600
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.
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