RFID Printers

With RFID printers, you can print and encode your RFID tags as easily as you would a conventional label. These printers give us the ability to encode RFID tags which can then be identified during the supply chain to optimize processes. You will obtain more security knowing the correct code and printing specs are always right. Dipole RFID offers a wide range different RFID Printer models and brands, Zebra, Toshiba, Sato, Printonix printers.


RFID Printer B-EX6T1 Toshiba Tec

The B-EX6T1 RFID label printer has been designed with straightforward yet high-performance functionality and is adaptable to a wide range of applications in various industries, including automotive, chemical, pharmaceutical, textile, healthcare, transportation, logistics, telecommunications, electronics, among others.

The impressive performance of this printer, its high printing speed, reliability, and durability, along with its user-friendliness, set it apart from the competition, allowing for a higher number of prints and superior performance compared to other printers.

It comes equipped with a long-lasting printhead, Toshiba's exclusive ribbon-saving feature, and 800-meter ribbons, all aimed at eliminating downtime during consumable replacement and reducing costs throughout its lifecycle.



Product Description B-EX6T1 Toshiba Tec

The dimensions of the B-EX6T1 are 331 x 460 x 310 mm, and it weighs 20 kg. It provides ZPL II emulation and supports TPCL and BCI (basic programming) language modes. Additionally, for power supply, it includes a built-in AC adapter with a range of 100 to 240 V, and its maximum print speeds are 76/127/203/254/305 mm per second (3/5/8/10/12 ips).

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  • Print Resolution: 203 dpi, 300 dpi
  • Maximum Print Width: 6,29 in / 160 mm
  • Ribbon Mandrel Inner Diameter: 76 mm/3,0 in
  • Size: 331mm x 460mm x310mm - 13.03in x 18.11inx12.2in

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