Intermec releases PM23c mid-range label printer

Mobility solutions provider Intermec has launched an all-metal barcode label printer primed for mission critical markets

Intermec releases PM23c mid-range label printer
Intermec releases PM23c mid-range label printer

September 6, 2013

Mobility solutions provider Intermec, has launched
an all-metal barcode label printer primed for mission critical markets.

Applications include airline passenger services, manufacturing, and retail, as well as product labeling and food traceability, where maximizing productivity drives results.

"The rugged nature of the PM23c makes it perfect for environments, like airports, that require small durable printing solutions," says Intermec ANZ Printer and Scanner Channel Business Manager Rick Newman.

The PM23c also offers customers a lower total cost of ownership and maximised uptime because of its user replaceable parts, such as print heads and platen roller, the two most common failure parts on any barcode printer.

Offerring the same advanced capability of
other Intemec printers such as the PM43 and PM43c, the PM23c
delivers reliable and intuitive communication options with a full color touch-screen featuring 10 languages or an easy-to-use universal icon User Interface.

This family of printers also offers RFID and a multi-lingual intuitive web-based device management interface, and WiFi- and CCX-Certifications.

With optional Bluetooth connectivity, the printer offers a leading range of industry standard and supported wireless connectivity choices.

Additionally, the PM23c maximizes uptime and reduces frequent media handling via Precision Print, easily printing small barcodes, text and images with pinpoint accuracy to save customers time and money.

"The PM23c helps to reduce labeling errors and increase process efficiencies with Intermec’s industry leading Smart Printing capabilities, including the recently announced Intermec C# Smart Printing language," Newman says.

"Smart Printing with C# enables users to easily create stand-alone applications developed through the embedded modern programming language to allow users to directly control other devices such as scanners, scales, keyboards and other peripherals through the printer."

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