Rhino

Rhino

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

The Rhino 6000 uses a motorized cutter which requires a reliable power source. The Rhino 4200 and 5200 have a manual cutter but 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.

The following barcodes are available in the Rhino 4200 and RHINO 5200:
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.
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).

The Rhino 4200 prints at 15 mm (0.6”) per second at 180 DPI.
The Rhino 5200 prints at 10 mm (0.4”) per second at 180 DPI.