Zebras Compact Barcode Printers Pack Performance Punch

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Zebra’s LP 2824 Plus and TLP 2824 Plus Barcode Printers pack a tremendous one-two punch in meeting businesses’ productivity and efficiency needs in well-considered, space-conscious designs.

Small Packages
Both the LP 2824 Plus Direct Thermal Barcode Printer and the TLP 2824 Plus Direct Thermal or Direct Thermal/Thermal Transfer Barcode Printer minimize space requirements and enlarge placement adaptability while maintaining Zebra’s productivity and reliability standards.

The LP 2824 Plus Barcode Printer stands only 6.8 inches (171 mm) tall, 4.4 inches (111 mm) wide, and 8.5 inches (216 mm) long. The mini-mighty model fits just about anywhere when space is at a premium and adds layers of convenience to physical equipment layout.

The slightly larger TLP 2824 Plus Barcode Printer boasts a height of only 7.0 inches (178 mm), a width of 5.3 inches (135 mm), and a length of 9.5 inches (241 mm), fitting nicely into slim spaces and out of throughway space.

Dynamite Performance
The 2824 Plus models offer odometers for tracking printing length, auto-calibration of print media, and clear viewing windows, stream-lining printing progress checks and monitoring of remaining roll capacity and vastly reducing print-related stresses.

The OpenACCESS design of the LP 2824 Plus and the TPL 2824 Plus printers enable quick, easy, and efficient media replacement or roll changes and even a printer head-up sensor, reducing lag time in fast-paced printing environments.

Each barcode printer brings a printing resolution quality of 203 dpi, prints at 4 inches per second, and the capability to print 39-inch labels, should the business require longer media.

With 8 MB SDRAM with 4 MB Flash as standard processing speed, the additional optional 64 MB Flash with a real-time clock bring job processing speeds into near-warp range.

Whether a Direct Thermal or a Direct Thermal/Thermal Transfer printer meets businesses' barcode printing needs, the LP 2824 Plus and the TLP 2824 Plus offer performance, speed, and Zebra reliability, all wrapped up in compact packages.

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