The Intermec PF8 printers, available in direct thermal (PF8d) or thermal transfer (PF8t) versions, offer compact size, sturdiness, and silent operation, perfect for a variety of applications in retail, office, service industry and healthcare settings. The inexperienced or busy user will appreciate Intermec's Connect to Print concept, a standard feature on both the PF8d and PF8t, which makes setting up and printing a quick and easy task. Connect to Print means that the PF8 is all inclusive of software, drivers, cables, and sample labels, for one low price. In addition, the printers comes complete with LabelShop® START - Intermec's label design software - and InterDriverTM Windows® Driver. This enables the user to easily print bar code labels from Windows applications, including Microsoft Office® and other popular programs.
The unique double clam shell design of both the PF8d and PF8t make it extremely easy to load supplies with the simple drop-in method. Label and ribbon changes can be done in no time. With the smallest footprint of any Intermec fixed position printer, the PF8d is ideal for space restricted applications requiring less than 1000 labels per day. The direct thermal printer delivers clean, crisp barcodes on tags, tickets and labels. A real-time clock, a standard feature on this model, enables time stamping of the media as it prints.
Slightly larger than the PF8d, the PF8t thermal transfer printer is able to accommodate very large ribbon rolls (10,800 inches) for a printer in its class. This eliminates frequent ribbon changes and downtime. The PF8t also accepts a compact flash card to expand its memory by 1GB. Both the PF8d and PF8t support dozens of 1D and many of the popular 2D symbologies, including DataMatrix and QR Code.
- Compact desktop printers for applications where space is limited
- Connect to Print for easy set up
- Unique design for easy loading
- High throughput with print speeds up to 4 inches per second
- Choice of 203 or 300 dpi print resolution
* The Intermec PF8 desktop printer is being discontinued and replaced with the Intermec PC43