O'Neil LP3 Wireless Portable Label Printer - label printer - monochrome - d

Mfg. Part: 200271-100 | CDW Part: 2637304 | UNSPSC: 43212108
  • Label printer
  • thermal paper
  • Roll (3 in)
  • 203.2 dpi
  • up to 120 inch/min
  • capacity: 1 roll
  • Wi-Fi
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Main Features
  • Label printer
  • thermal paper
  • Roll (3 in)
  • 203.2 dpi
  • up to 120 inch/min
  • capacity: 1 roll
  • Wi-Fi
The retail floor is no place for downtime. Constantly reloading labels or paper, or getting a flashing low battery light in the middle of a markdown is simply unacceptable. The LP3 3" wireless portable label printer from O'Neil delivers greater paper capacity, longer battery life and a range of wireless connectivity options for the retail and manufacturing marketplace. And of course, the reliability O'Neil is known for around the globe.

The LP3 offers almost twice the paper capacity of any printer in its class. It prints from 1" to 3" label stock and can accommodate a wide variety of labels and paper, including the heavy stock necessary for hangtags and other specialty label needs. The LP3's side-load design allows for the fastest and easiest paper loading of any printer on the market. Users simply slide the roll into the printer, pop on the end-cap, and the paper is loaded quickly and trouble-free.

The LP3 uses two standard 7.2V Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 2200 mAH rechargeable batteries, providing twice the power capacity available from competitive printers. This eliminates the need for constant recharging between applications and in the middle of shifts. This is important for all applications and especially critical for battery-intensive wireless environments.

When it comes to batteries and battery charging, the LP3 offers yet another significant benefit. Competitive printers use expensive proprietary batteries, incorporating the electronics or "intelligence" necessary for quick-charging into the battery itself. The electronics for quick charging in the LP3 are built-in to the printer, not the battery, thus eliminating the need to purchase a substantially higher-priced battery. Since all rechargeable batteries have a limited life and must be replaced, this becomes a considerable recurring costly and unnecessary expense to the user. The only accessory required for charging the LP3 is a low cost AC adapter.

With uncompromising standards, the LP3 is engineered throughout to endure even the most punishing portable applications. It can take all the bumps and knocks inherent in the mobile workplace by withstanding multiple 4' drops to concrete. Its rock solid print mechanism is proven to provide years of service where other printers fail.

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