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  • 22 Sep 2022

TSC Printronix rolls out new mobile printer across EMEA

TSC Printronix Auto ID has begun selling the next generation Alpha-30R mobile barcode printer throughout the EMEA region

TSC Printronix Auto ID has begun selling the next generation Alpha-30R mobile barcode printer throughout the EMEA region. It features a large battery capacity suitable for busy retail stores, manufacturing, healthcare, transport and logistics operations.

According to the company, the Alpha-30R has the most robust specifications in its class, making it ideal for harsh working environments, indoors and out, where it could be exposed to vibrations, drops, dust and liquid. Built for durability, it has an IP54 rating and meets MIL-STD-810 military standards. It can withstand 2.5 m drops or 1,000 tumbles, while in its protective case, or 2.1 m drops and 800 tumbles out of it.

The new printer also delivers reliable wireless connectivity vital for mobile fieldwork. Its Apple-certified MFi Bluetooth 5.0 with NFC tap-to-pair provides simple and easy connectivity, while its 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi module enables fast roaming. Labels, including linerless ones, and receipts can be securely printed wherever needed.

The 3-in-wide Alpha-30R comes in two models, a 5 ips print speed or 6 ips. Both models have easy-to-read LCDs and weigh just 0.65kgs, including the battery.

The Alpha-30R boasts sophisticated features, such as smart battery status and auto-detection of poor printhead dots, which can be remotely managed in SOTI Connect or TSC Console printer management tools. They enable real-time monitoring of battery health, remaining capacity, and printhead status. 

TSC also offers a wide range of accessories, such as protective cases, hands-free attachments, and multiple charging options, all designed to improve user-friendliness and boost productivity. 

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