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DYMO RhinoPRO 5200 Industrial Label Printer (1755749)

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  • The ideal label printer for datacomm, electrical, audio/visual, security, MRO, construction and broadcast professionals.
  • 1-touch hot keys automatically size, space and format face plate tags, wire wraps, terminal/110 block labels, barcodes and more, speeding printing.
  • Meets all ANSI and TIA/EIA-606-B industry labeling standards. Prints Code 39 and Code 128 barcodes for asset management.
  • Last-label memory; storage for up to 100 of the labels you use most. Symbol library includes more than 100 pre-programmed industry symbols.
  • Integrated rubber bumpers for slip-resistant grip, protection against damage from falls.

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Product Description

DYMO RhinoPRO 5200 Industrial Label Printer (1755749). The ideal label printer for datacomm, electrical, audio/visual, security, MRO, construction and broadcast professionals. 1-touch hot keys automatically size, space and format face plate tags, wire wraps, terminal/110 block labels, barcodes and more, speeding printing. Meets all ANSI and TIA/EIA-606-B industry labeling standards. Prints Code 39 and Code 128 barcodes for asset management. Last-label memory; storage for up to 100 of the labels you use most. Symbol library includes more than 100 pre-programmed industry symbols. Integrated rubber bumpers for slip-resistant grip, protection against damage from falls. Prints Code 39 and Code 128 barcodes on 3/4-inch wide labels that are ideal for asset management.

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.

How to Choose the Right DYMO Industrial Label
How to Choose the Right DYMO Industrial Label
DYMO offers the right label for virtually every
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Available DYMO Industrial Labels
Available DYMO Industrial Labels
Job-site tested, DYMO Industrial labels offer
exceptional convenience and reliability. View larger.

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"

Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameRhino
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions2.5 x 4.9 x 9.2 inches
Item model number1755749
Batteries:6 AA batteries required.
ColorYellow/Black
Material TypePlastic
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number1755749D
  
Additional Information
ASINB002M1DEM6
Best Sellers Rank #8,215 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First AvailableJune 21, 2007
  
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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Scott E. Packard on March 1, 2011
I've been using consumer Brother P-Touch labelers for several years with the TZ-S and TZ-FX industrial label tape (never used the industrial P-Touch nor any Brady labeler), and I've been using this Rhino 5200 for several weeks, so have that in mind when reading my review.

Pros:
- The numeric keypad - a) it has one, and b) it's ordered in telephone keypad style (123 on the top, vs a PC keyboard's 789 on top)
I read a review of the Rhino 5000 that said the octothorpe (#) wasn't a character available on that unit. The Rhino 5200 has it available, and it's easy to get to (shift-7). The full list of shift-characters are: [ ] / = + - # % * |
A colon (:) and a period (.) are on accessible non-shifted keys. The unshifted period works well for IP addresses.

- The joypad (up,down,left,right on one fat key) with CLR, ESC, and OK on 3 keys surrounding it, is a pretty good layout to get to all the menus. If you're looking at competing labelers you should pay attention to how easy it is to navigate their menus.

- There's a decent library of symbols available via a shift-library key, and you have to admit somebody's been making full use of the programability of a dot-matrix display and printer in order to get these symbols. I doubt I will use them though. I have too many cables and hosts to label and not enough time.

- The flexible tape also has strong adhesive (with the P-Touch tapes I have to buy "strong adhesive" cartridges or "flexible tape" cartridges, and neither really stays on CAT-5 cable unless you do a "flag" label, in which you print a large label and stick it to itself, with the wire sandwiched in the middle).
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A N 3 on September 10, 2012
I have a Brother 1400 in addition to this labeler.

Here are some observations. When compared to the Brother, this labeler doesn't support 1" labels, which is a shame, only 3/4", 1/2" and 1/4". But the positive is that this labeler has many more choices when it comes to label types. Nylon, Polyester, Vinyl, and shrink tubing. Brother just makes a flexible label used for wires, and it sticks pretty good, but in general, Brother labels are thicker, and don't wrap around cables as well as some of the Dymo tapes do.

I never see this mentioned, but Brother labels have the print and the background color both in the label, and heat makes the letter show up. Dymo has this ribbon that moves along with the label, and the ink is melted on to the label. In theory the Brother labels will stand up better because the letters are under a top coat, but the Dymo labels seem pretty durable as well.

On the positive side, the Dymo has LOTS more options for panels, and wires, and cables than the Brother. For many types, it formats much of the label for you. The Brother is much more basic, and basically it only prints fairly basic industrial type labels. The Dymo has a nice lighted screen, and displays two lines at once.

As for negatives, printing some common symbols, like just a "comma" is a pain. You need to select symbols, then scroll through to find your symbol. The Brother isn't much different, but at least they were smart enough to have commas and parentheses on the main keyboard. The keyboards on both the Dymo and Brother are not the best, and you have to press pretty hard. Also, why can't these devices come with a QWERTY keyboard? Also very annoying is that you have to tell the Dymo labeler the width of the tape you install.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Billy Zoom on October 10, 2010
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The Dymo labeler is a very good product from the company that invented labelers back in the Fifties. Unfortunately, while the labelers are easy to find, most of the label tapes have to be ordered directly from Dymo. This is complicated by the fact that the company is so secretive about their products. Trying to get them to tell you what options and products are available for the labeler is next to impossible. They will not volunteer information such as what widths the tapes come in or what colors or materials are available, or that there is an optional battery pack and charger. I got the impression that none of the Dymo customer service people had ever seen or used a Dymo labeler, so I had to ask very specific questions that they could then look them up in their computers and read the answers to me. For instance, if I asked what widths were available, they couldn't tell me, but if I asked if they had 3/8" clear polyester tape, they could look that up and tell me yes. Of course, that limited me to the products I could imagine might exist. They are also slow to ship, so I had the labeler for about two weeks before I got tape so I could use it. The labeler itself is well made, but very non-intuitive. It takes a lot of time, effort, and wasted tape to figure it out. When printing two lines, I have to use 1/2" tape, but set the labeler for 3/4" tape and then select medium print. Otherwise, it prints way too small for the label width. On the plus side, it does things that other labelers won't do, such as printing clear or metallic labels or printing directly on over-priced heat shrink.
I bought the 5200 to replace my old Dymo embossing labeler that I can no longer get tape for. I think I'll like it once I get it figured out, but it's a lot of work.
Blly Zoom
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