Tharo Systems’ H-Series printers have multiple interfaces for every application.  USB 2.0 is standard on the H-400 and H-600E printers for high-speed data transfer from a system running Windows, Apple OS, Mac, Linux, or Unix. With a high data transfer rate, it’s easier to use graphics or TrueType fonts, or where each label is different. Parallel and RS-232 Serial are also included, as well as a standard Ethernet adaptor.Richard Nass

April 6, 2012

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Tharo Systems’ H-Series printers operate over USB 2.0

Tharo Systems’ H-Series printers have multiple interfaces for every application.  USB 2.0 is standard on the H-400 and H-600E printers for high-speed data transfer from a system running Windows, Apple OS, Mac, Linux, or Unix. With a high data transfer rate, it’s easier to use graphics or TrueType fonts, or where each label is different. Parallel and RS-232 Serial are also included, as well as a standard Ethernet adaptor.Richard Nass

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