The PT-18RKT blends performance and portability to help save you time printing labels and solving complicated labeling problems. Use it as a compact standalone labeling system or as a portable label printer - either way, it works the way you do. Simply place the PT-18RKT in its cradle to keep the battery fully charged - then grab and go.The PT-18RKT features a large graphic LCD display and a QWERTY keyboard, with an intuitive user interface. Smart tape sensing technology automatically selects the right font size and other settings - while a built-in auto cutter helps make the PT-18RKT as simple to use as to just type and print a label! Use the easy-to-navigate layout tools to quickly design serial number, identification and barcode labels for marking assets, electrical panels, faceplates, cables, wires, bin boxes, shelves and more!Use the label design-and-printing software application, simple drawing tools and import graphics to create custom label designs for most industrial applications. Use the "software express" mode to get started right away, with more advanced features that are ready when you are. Save time entering data linked to a Microsoft® Excel® or Access® file, then print text or convert to a barcode. The rechargeable battery powered design lets you print labels from a cart for a tool crib, in a parts room or any location where power is not available.
One 0.35in (9mm) x 26.2ft (8m) Black on White Extra-Strength Adhesive Laminated TZe Tape, One 0.7in (18mm) x 26.2ft (8m) Flexible ID Laminated TZe Tape, USB cable, CD containing P-touch Editor Software, Printer Drivers, User's Guide, Carrying Case, Rechargeable Battery, Charging Cradle, AC Adapter (AD-18)
Tape widths listed in inches are approximate. Actual tape widths are listed in millimeters (mm).
‡ Claims that adhesive is "acid-free", "photo safe" and/or "safe for use" are based upon (i) Satisfactory test results obtained from Photographic Activity Tests per ISO 14523 and non-acidic pH Tests per TAPPI 509; (ii) Certifications from material manufacturers; and (iii) Atomic scans of adhesive following removal of backing paper. Data from independent tests performed at the Image Permanence Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology.