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DYMO Rhino 4200 Industrial Labeling Tool QWERTY Keyboard (1801611)

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  • The Rhino Industrial 4200 Gets Labeling Jobs Done Fast - and Done Right. Easily Navigate the Familiar Qwerty Keyboard. Use One-Touch "Hot Key" Shortcuts to Quickly Create and Format Wire/cable Wraps, Flags, Fixed-length Labels and More
  • Print Labels Up to 3/4" Wide in a Variety of Materials and Colors - Plus Print Directly on Heat-Shrink Tubes
  • One-Touch "Hot Keys" Provide Shortcuts for Creating and Formatting Wire/Cable Wraps, Flags, Code 39 and Code 128 Bar Codes, Fixed-length, General and Breaker Labels
  • Favorites" Key Provides Single-Key Access to Your Most Commonly Used Labels, Symbols and Terms, Avoid Repeated Steps With the "Custom" Key - Customize and Save Settings for Individual Label Formats, Pre-Programmed Library with 150 Symbols and Terms for Security, Electrical, Pro A/v, and Facilities Management
  • Integrated Rubber Bumpers Help Prevent Damage from Accidental Drops and Falls,Large Back-lit Display is Easy to Read, Even in Dimly-lit Work Areas, Prints 57% Faster than the Competition
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Dimensions 2.28 inches x 6.88 inches x 5.1 inches 1.25 inches x 4.25 inches x 3.3 inches 9.84 inches x 7.36 inches x 3.94 inches 1.3 inches x 3.4 inches x 3.1 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 5.1 x 2.3 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005MR516Y
  • Item model number: D1801611
  • Batteries 6 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 13, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

The Dymo Rhino 4200 LabelWriter label maker prints labels up to 3/4" wide on nylon, polyester and vinyl labels plus heat shrink tubing. It's equipped with a one touch "Hot Key" that formats & creates a variety of labels and cable wraps, as well as a "Favorites" key for commonly used labels, symbols and terms. "Custom" key allows for customized label settings to be saved. It features a library of over 150 symbols & terms. Dymo 4200 label maker includes 3/4" white flex nylon tape. Runs on 6AA standard or Li-Ion batteries, not included.

From the Manufacturer

DYMO Industrial Solutions

Leave any job site looking better than you found it. Designed based on inputs from professional installers, DYMO Industrial products are tough, affordable, long lasting--and loaded with convenient features that help you save time and money every day.

DYMO Industrial Labels

Choose job-site tested, extreme temperature and moisture resistant labels that stick and stay stuck. DYMO offers a wide variety of sizes and colors.

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DYMO Rhino Label Printers

Get your hands on a handheld labeling system engineered for your world. Not only does it meet ANSI/TIA/EIA-606-A labeling standards, it will meet yours.

Printer Selection Guide
Rhino 6000

Rhino 6000

Rhino 5200

Rhino 5200

Rhino 4200

Rhino 4200

Barcodes
6
Code 39 + Code 128
Code 39 + Code 128
Patch Panels
Yes
Yes
No
110 Blocks
Yes
Yes
No
Terminal Blocks
Yes
Yes
No
Flags & Cable Wraps
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fixed & General
Yes
Yes
Yes
Breakers & Modules
Yes
Yes
Yes
Self Laminating
Yes
No
No
Serialization
Advanced
Advanced
Simple
Pre-Programmed Symbol Library
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pre-Programmed Term Library
Yes
No
Yes
Customizable Library
Yes
Yes
Yes
Memory
1000 Labels
100 Labels
25 Labels
PC Connectivity (USB)
Yes
No
No
Rhino Connect Software Compatible
Yes
No
No
Import Graphics
Yes
No
No
Import Data from Excel
Yes
No
No
Import DataCom Templates
Yes
No
No
Li-ion Rechargeable Battery
Included
Capable
Capable
Cutter Type
Electronic
Manual
Manual
Keyboard Type
ABC
ABC
QWERTY
Backlit Display
Yes
Yes
Yes
Integrated Rubber Bumper
Yes
Yes
Partial
Multi-Label View
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lanyard Loop
Yes
Yes
No
Number of Styles
5
5
5
Maximum Lines of Print
5
5
5
Number of Character Sizes
7
7
7
Printing Process
Thermal Transfer
Thermal Transfer
Thermal Transfer
Print Resolution
180 dpi
180 dpi
180 dpi
Languages
11
17
20
Dimensions
9.7"H x 5.4"W x 2.5" D
9.2"H x 4.9"W x 2.5" D
7"H x 4.6"W x 2.25" D
Weight
4 pounds
2 pounds
2 pounds
Tape System
Rhino Industrial Labels
Rhino Industrial Labels
Rhino Industrial Labels
Tape Width in Inches
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 1"
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4"
1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4"

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It works great for labeling network cables and coax cables.
SD
I would greatly recommend this product, makes labeling wires very easy .
Eric Clark
It seems less wasteful of label tape than my brother labeler was.
S. M. Baker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Metal Tech on January 26, 2012
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I bought the Rhino 4200 as an addition/replacement for my Labelpoint 200. I had seen an ad for the Rhino 4200 online and the price caught my eye. This is almost as functional as the more expensive Rhino 5200 and above. Its ability to print on the more durable Rhino series labels and ability to print flag style labels is what I wanted most. I really like the QWERTY keyboard layout, it's much easier to use than my 200 which I have to "hunt & peck" to type a label. If you want a label maker for the garage this is great, the rubber bumpers on the corner protect the unit from falls. The instructions don't specify but my D1 labels fit and work, so your not stuck with just the Rhino series of labels.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By E. Kern on July 12, 2013
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The Rhino 4200 is great. I reload rifle rounds and wanted a 1/2" label with at least 3 lines. I bought the 1/2" D1 label cartridge and it prints perfectly. The user interface is very simple and easy to navigate. Saving labels in memory is easy and it remembers the size, justification, and rotation. There is a user manual online that is pretty good, just Google "Rhino 4200 Manual". If you want to change the text size, rotation, or justification it can be done with the touch of a button. It also indicates on the display the current text size, rotation, justification, total number of lines, current line number, and battery level. You add lines by simply pressing enter on the keypad. Then there is a scroll bar to the right of the text line. Based on the size and position of this scroll bar you can easily tell the number of lines and the position of the line displayed on the screen. It only shows one line at a time, but the user interface is so slick that it doesn't matter.

Here are some tips for this label maker:

1) When printing 1/2" labels it will allow you to print in 32pt point, but there is not enough room to allow lowercase letters to print properly (the tails of j, p , q, and y get cut off) so it prints in uppercase only, even if you have typed lowercase letters. If you print in 22pt it does lowercase and is plenty large for a 1/2" label. I think 18pt is the sweet spot for short readable labels. The sizes it lets you choose are 50 (19mm/0.75" width only), 32, 22, 18, 12, 8 and 6 pt letters. You can choose a "narrow type", but it is much harder to read and is not significantly shorter. I think a smaller font is easier to read.

2) When the label cartridge is inserted it asks what size it is. I am using metric units so I put 12mm (1/2").
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Oliver Kozak on February 26, 2014
I have been using several Dymo Labelmakers in the past 15 years. Recently, I have been using a Dymo 420P, which had an ABC keyboard, and it was such a bad experience to type labels with the continous pick-and-hunt for letters, and un-intuitive interface, I decided to change, and look specifically a QWERTY printer. I had a on stock a couple of rolls of flexible nylon, and permanent polyester tapes, which I wanted to use, so I decided to stay with Dymo at least until these tapes are used up.
I discovered that I haven't used USB printing that much at all, when I need a label, I want it immediately, and don't have the patience to turn on the PC, wait for the printer to turn on, start the Dymo label softwer, type in my label, and print it. USB printing is useful for mass printing (databases, bar codes etc.), or for printing in advance for projects (experiments, toolboxes, racks, etc).
All Dymo printers print on D1 casettes, independently if they are normal or industrial (Rhino line).

This is how I settled on the Dymo Rhino 4200, which has a QWERTY keyboard, prints on D1 casettes. It has no USB, but then it wasn't a requirement anymore.

KEYBOARD
* The QWERTY layout is such a revelation to use after the ABC. I can type in text with two thumbs quite fast, similar to using a Blackberry.
* I need many non-English chars (ä ö ü ß for German, ç ï î ë ê è à æ ô û for French, á é í ö ő ú ü ű for Hungarian, ) in my labels, these are accessible after a long press and scrolling to the right char. This works, but makes entering very slow. So I often just type in English chars (like "francais" instead of "français", or "strasse" instead of "straße"), which makes labels less nice/correct.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Cwald on December 6, 2011
I went to an ADI convention a few months ago and Rhino had a booth there. I was trying to talk my boss into buying the 5200 or the 6000 with no luck. When I saw the 4200 at the Rhino booth of coarse I started to ask questions about the comparability of the 4200 with the other more expensive models. When I found out that it will do almost as much as the 5200 and the 6000 I had to buy one. For a MSRP of about $80, it is a great deal, plus being able to use up to a 3/4 inch ribbon and it is the only Rhino that has a QWERTY keyboard makes it even better. If you are just starting out and in need of a label maker, this is the guy to get you going. Between the price and functionality, you can't go wrong.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ScottoR on July 15, 2014
I really like this label maker. It's a good size, the interface is easy to use, and it prints nice quality labels in a number of layouts and for all sorts of purposes. I primarily use it for labeling computers, computer components, and cables.

They keyboard/button layout is pretty good, and fairly intuitive. My only complaints would be:

- The orange printing on the grey numeric buttons is hard to read in dim light, especially CFL. I have it in front of me right now, and if my arm is casting a shadow on the buttons I can barely make out the symbols. (The orange text indicates the function of the button when the ALT key is pressed.)

- There is no comma button. To "press comma" you need to do the following: LIBRARY -> Symbols -> Numbers -> Scroll down to comma -> OK. With scrolling and moving the cursor it works out to 15 button presses. I don't mean to harp on this, but it's a pretty common punctuation mark. Especially when creating lists of things, such as one might want to print onto a label. It bothers me. I didn't take any stars off for it however, because it's a minor niggle.

For me the ergonomics are very good. I can either palm the bottom of the unit and type with the fingers on my other hand, or hold it on both sides and push buttons with my thumbs. For my wife the ergonomics are poor; She has small hands.

There are smaller label makers, but this one does feel pretty rugged. I have yet to drop it, but it seems like it would withstand a decent drop onto a hard floor. The corners are rubberized, but the "rubber" (not sure of the material) is not very thick, so it's probably more to aid in grip and for aesthetics than for protection. (Just my guess.)

Battery life is good!
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