Label Printers

ESYPOS Label Printers

The printers support direct thermal and thermal transfer modes. The label printers come in both desktop and mobile versions. The lightweight nano label printers support both 3 and 2 inches label printing. The label printers support both wired and wireless label printing and are equipped with long battery life. Some of the printers are designed with reflective and transmissive dual sensor for perfect label paper detection. Some are ideal for product label printing and prints at ultra high speed without any waste and supports label gap auto-calibration. The ESY label printers are reliable, durable and cost effective. The label printers are being used extensively in retail, restaurants, warehouses, healthcare industries.

This desktop Label printer provides ultra high speed printing upto 6IPS(inches per second). It supports both direct and thermal printing. It has 4 interfaces


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This single motor driven desktop label printer provides ultra high speed printing upto 6 IPS(inches per second). It supports both direct and thermal


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This portable mobile light weight nano label printer supports 3″ and 2″ label pinting. Equipped with wireless printing and long battery backup (Lithium)


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This sleek and stylish label printer ideal for product label printing, prints at ultra high speed without any waste and supports label gap auto-calibration.

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This desktop label printer is a 4″ thermal printer designed with reflective and transmissive dual sensor for perfect label paper detection.

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If one has to decide between Direct thermal and Thermal transfer printing, then the following paragraph can be a good starting point for making a decision. Direct thermal printing uses chemically treated, heat-sensitive media that blackens when it passes under the thermal printhead. Direct thermal printers have no ink, toner, or ribbon. The simple design makes thermal printers durable and easy to use. Because there is no ribbon, direct thermal printers cost less to operate than inkjet, laser, impact,and thermal transfer printers. Most mobile printers use direct thermal technology.

Thermal media images may fade over time. If the label is overexposed to heat, light, or other catalysts, the material will darken and make the text or barcode unreadable. For these reasons, direct thermal printing is not used for lifetime identification applications. The readability of direct thermal labels, wristbands, and receipt papers varies greatly, depending on the usage conditions, but the technology provides ample lifespan for many common barcode printing applications including Product shipping labels, patient and visitor identification, bank cheque deposit receipts, and parking ticket printing etc.

In thermal transfer printing, a thermal print head applies heat to a ribbon, which melts ink onto the material to form the image. The ink is absorbed so that the image becomes part of the media. This technique provides image quality and durability that is unmatched by other on-demand printing technologies.

Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer are considered the best technologies in today’s world of printing barcodes. Thermal label printers are ideal for barcode printing because they produce accurate, high-quality images with excellent edge definition. Thermal printers are engineered to print within tight tolerances and to produce the exact bar widths that successful barcode printing and scanning require.

The labels generated from ESY label printers are sharper and more pristine than what you get out of a laser printer. A bonus is they appear to be smudge-proof. The Label Printers are easy to assemble and the software that comes with it is user friendly and the label roll is very easy to install. Also, if a label somehow get jammed, trouble shooting is as simple as removing the cover and taking the label out of the dispenser. If the auto cutter locks up, restart the printer by turning the power switch off and then back on. A typical locked cutter will be restored when you restart the printer. If restarting the printer does not release the locked cutter, you can release it manually too