Cable identification printer features wireless connectivity

26th September 2016
Anna Flockett

Being portable, fast and able to handle a lot of identification challenges, all thanks to its wireless connectivity and wide range of durable labels to print on, are just a few features on the new BMP 61 Label Printer. Offering a ‘great performance that matches your own’ Brady’s new thermal transfer BMP 61 Label Printer is designed for quick and efficient identification of wires, cables and components.

With high performance materials that can handle the toughest industrial identification applications, the BMP61 Label Printer is a durable partner in the field and a dependable workhorse in the shop.

Main printer features

The rugged, portable BMP61 is available in a WiFi-enabled version compatible with the LabelMark label creation software and Brady mobile apps. Allowing you to create or send label designs with a smartphone to the BMP61 Label Printer for extremely fast and easy label creation on the job.

Alternatively, use the printer´s USB-ports to quickly copy large lists of label designs from a computer. Review your label before printing on the large colour touchscreen to avoid wrong prints and material loss. Check the on-screen indicators to verify whether you have enough ink and labels left to complete the job.

A label for your needs

The thermal transfer BMP61 Label Printer is compatible with 600 labels and ribbons. Each combination represents a durable identification solution designed to endure extreme contexts and to keep cables and components identified in the most demanding industries. BMP61 can print sleeves, self-laminating labels, raised profile labels, tags and other identification solutions in a vast range of materials, sizes and colours up to 50.80mm wide.

To answer customer-specific identification needs, Brady can create customised labels in personalised shapes or dimensions, in specific colours or layouts or with your logo already present on the label.

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