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T800 Series 4-Inch Enterprise Desktop Printers

These desktop printers feature enterprise-level performance in desktop printers with high-end features and multiple connectivity options.

Industries and Applications

Retail
Retail
Warehouse & Fulfillment
Warehouse & Fulfillment
Healthcare
Healthcare
Product and Item Labels
Product and Item Labels
Shipping and Logistics
Shipping and Logistics

The T800 is a high-performance, thermal desktop printer with enterprise-level productivity, dependable performance and high-end features such as Wi-Fi. The T800 was the first Printronix Auto ID desktop printer to incorporate Printronix System Architecture (PSA) and includes a full suite of labor-saving features and printer management tools for easy day-to-day operations.

T800
T800
T800

The T800 is a high-performance, thermal desktop printer with enterprise-level productivity, dependable performance, and high-end features such as Wi-Fi.

The T800 is Printronix Auto ID’s first desktop printer to incorporate its renowned Printronix System Architecture (PSA) and includes a full suite of labor-saving features and printer management tools for easy day-to-day operations.

Enterprise-Level Productivity

  • Fast print speed of 8 ips and a duty cycle of over 1,000 labels per day
  • Easy to operate with 300-meter ribbons for fewer ribbon changes

Versatile Features

  • Enterprise-level communication features including standard USB and optional Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
  • Compatible with PrintNet Enterprise (PNE) printer management tool

Dependable Performance

  • Solid double-wall, clamshell construction to meet the needs of the busiest desktop environment
  • Built on proven Printronix System Architecture (PSA)
    • 203 dpi (8 dots/mm)
      300 dpi (12 dots/mm)
    • Color LCD with buttons
      Color LCD with buttons
    • Ethernet
      Serial RS-232
      USB
      Ethernet
      Serial RS-232
      USB
    • Bluetooth
      Wi-Fi
      Bluetooth
      Wi-Fi
    • PrintNet Enterprise
      SOTI Connect (license required)
      PrintNet Enterprise
      SOTI Connect (license required)
    • Desktop
      Desktop
    • Up to 8 ips (203 mm/s) @ 203 dpi
      Up to 6 ips (152 mm/s) @ 300 dpi
    • 4.1” (104 mm)
      4.1” (104 mm)
    • 128 MB
      128 MB
    • 128 MB
      128 MB
    • SD memory card reader; up to 32 GB
      SD memory card reader; up to 32 GB
    • Cutter
      Cutter
    • 4.4” (112 mm)
      4.4” (112 mm)
    • Continuous Roll, Die-Cut, Fan-Fold
      Continuous Roll, Die-Cut, Fan-Fold
    • 300 Meters
      300 Meters
    • 4.2" (106mm)
      4.2" (106mm)
    • 0.5 (12.7 mm); 1.0″ (25.4 mm)
      0.5 (12.7 mm); 1.0″ (25.4 mm)
    • Continuous 0.25”; Tear-Off / Peel-Off 1.0”
      Continuous 0.25”; Tear-Off / Peel-Off 1.0”
    • Re-enforced plastic
      Re-enforced plastic
    • Support for 9 competitive printer languages
      Support for 9 competitive printer languages

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Can I swap the printhead on the T800 from 203 dpi to 300 dpi?

The printheads are interchangeable.

Can I upgrade my non-RFID T800 printer with RFID in the field?
It is a factory only option.
Do I need a tool to replace the printhead on the T800?

You need a #1 Philips screwdriver to remove the printhead.

Does Printronix offer consumables for the T800?
Printronix Auto ID has a complete printer supplies offering designed to work optimally with the T800.
How do I calibrate the labels on my T800 printer?

The control panel printer setup wizard provides an easy-to-follow calibration process. The Settings menu allows you to select the Gap/Mark sensor to match the type of media installed. In addition, you can set the printer to do an Auto Calibrate at power up or when the pivoting deck has opened and closed. In all cases the printer will advance a few labels and calibrate the sensors so that they will detect top-of-form.

How do I configure the T800?
For loading media, ribbon, and label calibration, “How-to Videos” are available on the support section of our website, along with manuals. If you are familiar with the T6000 and T8000 you will instantly recognize that the control panel keypad layout and menu structure are the same on the T800.
How easy is it setup the T800 for different RFID labels?

The T800 has an RFID label calibration feature in the RFID menu which makes it very easy to setup the printer for different RFID labels. The calibration process feeds three labels to determine the optimal encoding position and power levels.

How is the T800 positioned within the Printronix Auto ID thermal printer portfolio?
The T800 is a ground-up design and positioned as a high-end desktop thermal printer. With the PSA capability, it complements the Printronix industrial-class products but in a compact, affordable model.
How long will the printhead last on the T800?

For Thermal Transfer applications: printheads are warranted 12 months from shipment or 1 million linear inches (whichever comes first). For Direct Thermal applications: printheads are warranted 180 days from shipment or 1 million linear inches (whichever comes first).

I am currently using a printer from one of your competitors. Can the T800 replace my printer and plug-and-play without additional effort and cost?
The T800 supports emulations for most major competitor printers; Zebra, Datamax, Sato, Toshiba Tec, Intermec, and more. These emulations have been used on multiple Printronix products and proven to be very robust.
What are the target applications for the T800?
There are a wide variety of applications and markets for desktop printers. The T800 will focus on end user applications that require the reliability and functionality of a Printronix Auto ID Printer: • Transportation and logistics: Shipping/receiving, cross-docking, pick and pack • Manufacturing: Product / item labels, carton labels • Retail: Apparel, durable goods, shelf labels • Healthcare: Nursing stations, laboratories, pharmacy
What configurations are available on the T800?
There are two configurations – non-RFID and RFID. Both can be ordered with either 203 dpi or 300 dpi printheads. All configurations come standard with Ethernet, USB Device 2.0, USB Host 2.0, and serial.
What options are available with the T800?
There are two host interface options: W-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.2. Both peeler and cutter options are available as both a factory and field kits.
What RFID labels are supported?
The T800 supports a wide range of UHF inlays and labels. Check the support section of our website for a sample listing.
What sets the T800 apart from other desktop thermal barcode printers in the market?
The T800 is targeted for enterprise applications that demand high productivity, flexibility, and dependability • Productivity: High speed, long ribbons, and easy use makes the T800 one of the most productive desktop printers available. • Versatility: Compact design, large emulation suite, extensive interfaces, and flexible RFID enables a diverse set of applications. • Dependability: Rugged double-wall clamshell construction withstands demanding printing environments.