Gamber-Johnson Introduces a Thermal Protective Cover for Honeywell Compact 4 Mark III Label Printer

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - STEVENS POINT, Wis. - Jan 04, 2018 - ​​Gamber-Johnson today announced the first ever thermal protective cover to keep the Honeywell Compact 4 Mark III label printer dry and warm in wet and freezing conditions. For warehouses and distribution centers that store and move frozen foods or work in cross-docking environments, the cover provides a revolutionary new way to use the printer. The Mark III printer is designed to work off the power of the work truck.

The Honeywell Compact 4 Mark III label printer is a rugged compact and wireless thermal printer designed to work best in temperatures between 41°F and 104°F (5°C to 40°C). When used in an environment that’s too cold, it can get sluggish, lose capabilities, or shut off completely. The Gamber-Johnson thermal cover encases the printer and has a thermal pad heater connected to a thermostat that begins regulating heat around the printer if the outside ambient temperature is below 40°F (4.4°C). The cover ensures the printer will always stay warm and at its optimum operating temperature, even in a freezing environment.

In addition to keeping the printer warm, the cover is water, dust, and UV resistant so the printer will be protected as it goes from a freezer into a wet or dry, dusty environment. A small opening gives access to the printer’s buttons and labels once they’re printed. Velcro closures on the cover mean it’s easy to open, access, and remove the printer if it needs maintenance.

The MP Compact Mark III mobile printer is a metal heavy duty printer designed to last years on a fork truck. It can save you over a nickle a label compared to plastic mobile printers. If you print just 50 labels a day, that is $2.50 every day you use the printer. That is $50 a month in savings per printer.

Thomas Braham, Honeywell’s new printer introduction product marketing manager for the US and Canada

“The MP Compact Mobile printer provides significant label cost savings over normal mobile printers because the MP Compact Mobile Mark III is specifically designed to be used on a fork truck,” says Thomas Braham, Honeywell’s new printer introduction product marketing manager for the US and Canada. “The MP Compact Mark III mobile printer is a metal heavy duty printer designed to last years on a fork truck. It can save you over a nickle a label compared to plastic mobile printers. If you print just 50 labels a day, that is $2.50 every day you use the printer. That is $50 a month in savings per printer.”

The thermal cover fits Honeywell Compact Mark III printers with both 4″ and 6″ OD paper rolls. A mounting bracket is included with the cover so the printer can be placed securely on any forklift using Gamber-Johnson mounting hardware.

For more information and product specifications, visit Gamber-Johnson’s website.

About Gamber-Johnson
Gamber-Johnson, along with their Canadian subsidiary PMT, is considered one of the leading manufacturers of rugged mounting systems that safely secure computers, radios, printers, and other electronics in professional vehicles. Their systems are used by law enforcement, public safety, military, and warehouse fleets around the globe.

About Honeywell
Honeywell is the leading manufacturer of high-performance thermal printers,  image-and laser-based data collection hardware, including rugged mobile computers and bar code scanners. Our product portfolio is one of the broadest in the AIDC industry, providing solutions for vertical markets such as retail, health care, and transportation and logistics.

Source : Gamber-Johnson
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