Comprehensive, low-cost printing system

Phoenix Contact's Marking Box, a bundled marking system, is comprised of two printers and a pre-loaded laptop computer.

08/30/2011


Phoenix Contact introduces Marking Box, a bundled marking system comprising two printers (Thermomark Card and Thermomark Roll) and a pre-loaded laptop computer. The low-cost printing solution is designed for smaller panel shops and system integrators with low volume, but a variety of marking needs.

The Marking Box system allows the user to print a wide range of labels and markers for all products in and around the industrial control cabinet. It handles marking jobs including terminal block marking, shrink sleeves, wire wraps and many sizes and colors of adhesive labels.

Thermomark Card printer produces clear, quality printing on rigid cards or flexible sheets in less than eight seconds.  Thermomark Roll printer can print configured shrink sleeves or save on materials costs by using endless shrink sleeves where the individual wire markers can be set to length.

The included laptop comes pre-loaded with Phoenix Contact’s Clip Project Pro software. The drivers for both printers are also preloaded, making this system ready right out of the box. 

www.phoenixcontact.com 

Phoenix Contact

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com 



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