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      Can alkaline batteries be used with the Rhino 6000?

      The Rhino 6000 uses a motorized cutter which requires a reliable power source. DYMO recommends the use of alkaline batteries only as a backup option. Not all alkaline batteries are created equal - therefore they may not be a reliable source of power.

      What barcodes are available in the Rhino 6000? Where are they most commonly used?

      The following barcodes are available in the Rhino 6000: Code 39 Mod 43 - Various uses (a check digit is printed in the barcode, but not on the human readable portion). Code 128 - Various uses; industrial applications like warehousing. EAN 13 - Worldwide retail (particularly in Europe). EAN 8 - Worldwide retail (particularly in Europe). UPC A - Worldwide retail (mostly in North America). UPC E - Worldwide retail (mostly in North America).

      How long does it take to charge the Li-Ion battery pack in the Rhino 6000?

      It will take eight hours for the initial charge and approximately 2 hours for subsequent charges.

      How long will the Rhino 6000 Li-Ion battery pack last between charges?

      The battery pack will last approximately five to seven cassettes between charges, depending on use. Increased use of the back-light, feed, and cut functions will use more power.

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