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Dymo Rhino 5200 Monochrome Thermal Label Maker

Mfg. Part: 1756589 | CDW Part: 1946401 | UNSPSC: 43212108
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  • Labelmaker
  • monochrome
  • thermal transfer
  • Roll (0.75 in)
  • yellow
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Labelmaker
  • monochrome
  • thermal transfer
  • Roll (0.75 in)
  • yellow
For the fastest, easiest way to use our RHINO 5200 professional portable labeler, get hold of this complete kit, including rugged carry case. With all you need to hit the ground running, this handy kit gives you the versatility and convenience of RHINO 5200 labeling tool, two types of label cassettes, lithium-ion reachargeble battery and AC adapter. Fast, rugged and packed with time-saving features, the RHINO 5200 helps comply with ANSI/TIA/EIA-606-A standards, and is designed for professional installers in real-world jobsite conditions. Hot-keys make it easy to print pre-formatted labels for wire and cable, terminal blocks, electrical and patch panels, vertical and fixed lengths. RHINO 5200 uses easy-peel labels with industrial strength adhesives, available in five materials - so you can be confident your labels will stay stuck, and stay legible, even in tough conditions.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
Label Printer
Character Sizes: 7 sizes
Styles & Effects: Bold , Boxes around text , Italic , Narrow , Underline

Form Factor: Portable
Interface: N/A
Max H-Document Size: 0.75 in
Max Media Size (Standard): Roll (0.75 in)
Media Sizes: Roll (0.23 in) , Roll (0.35 in) , Roll (0.47 in) , Roll (0.75 in)
Media Type: Flexible nylon tape , Permanent adhesive polyester tape , Permanent adhesive vinyl tape , Polypropylene inserts , Sleeves
Min H-Document Size: 2.5 in
Output Type: Monochrome
Portable: Portable
Technology: Thermal transfer
Type: Labelmaker

Printer Media
Media Feeder Capacity: 1
Media Feeder Max Format: Roll (0.75 in)
Media Feeder Qty: 1
Media Load Type: Manual

Support Details Full Contract Period: 1 year
Support Details Type: Limited warranty

Color: Yellow
Color Category: Yellow
Compliant Standards: AS/NZS 60950-1 , CISPR 13 , CISPR 20 , CISPR 22 Class B , CISPR 24 , EMC , EN 55020 , EN 60950-1 , EN 61000-3-2 , EN 61000-3-3 , EN 61000-4-11 , EN 61000-4-2 , EN 61000-4-3 , EN 61000-4-4 , EN 61000-4-5 , EN 61000-4-6 , EN 61000-4-8 , EN 61000-6-1 , EN 61000-6-3 , EN50204 , EN55013 , EN55022 Class B , EN55024 , FCC Part 15 B , IEC950 , UL 1950 , UL 2054 , UL 60950-1 , WEEE
Features: Rugged
Included Printer Accessories: Carrying case
Media Included: 1 19mm white flexible nylon tape , 1 9mm white vinyl tape

Technology: Lithium ion

Consumables Included
Included Qty: 1
Type: Tape cassette

Brand: DYMO
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: DYMO
Model: 5200 Hard Case Kit
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: DYMO Rhino

Type: None

Type: None

Power Device
Form Factor: External
Nominal Voltage: AC 120/230 V
Type: Power adapter

Type: None

Slot Provided
Type: None

Slot Required
Type: None

Bay Provided
Type: None

Type: None

Dimensions & Weight
Weight: 1.98 lbs

Barcodes: Code 128 , Code 39

Built-In Devices: Character keyboard , Cutter , Preview screen

Document & Media Handling
Max Media Size: Roll (0.75 in)
Media Size Class: Other
Media Type Class: Other

Office Machine
Functions: Printer
Printing Output Type: Monochrome
Printing Technology: Thermal transfer
Type: Printer

Service & Support
Type: 1 year warranty

Product Reviews
Dymo Rhino 5200 Monochrome Thermal Label Maker is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product the kit is really good. what more can I say................................
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good basic labeler for the network engineer This label will get the basics done: cable wrapped labels, flags, patch panels, even shrink wraps, etc. The hard case kit with rechargeable battery is a pretty excellent value for your money. The vinyl labels stay put and when you do things correctly they are easy to read. I'd say this product is good for light / occasional use. If this is an every day tool you'd be much better serviced by a higher end product.
Date published: 2014-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best label maker I have ever used in Networking buildouts I have use many types and brands of label makers for cabling, rack labeling, switch and VLAN lableing, and I can tell you this is the best label maker I have ever used. I used one for the first time at a School district I worked for, and became quickly dependent on this device. I have since moved on and am employed in the business environment and have ordered one for use where I am currently employed. This label maker does it all, and with an easy design to handle, it is easy to use and prints great labels for a wide variety of uses. I for one will buy one every where I will go.
Date published: 2014-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Labeler This is the second Dymo labeler I have owned and used. The first was the Rhino Pro 5000. As much as I liked the first one, this one is even better. The few major improvements I noticed were an easier and more intuitive key and function layout, that makes it easier to navigate the labeler, and the ability to change the tape out without removing the protective rubber casing. I continue to be impressed by Dymo's line of products.
Date published: 2014-06-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Almost good enough. If this unit had heat shrink lables in 3/16 and 1/8 it would be perfect, all other features were excellent. Will have to go with another unit. 
Date published: 2014-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product, Great Price Printer seems to work great so far. Prints labels with the supplied 3/8" cartridge with no problems but is giving me a bit of trouble with the 3/4" cartridge. Labels print but the ribbon isn't feeding back into the cartridge, instead its being fed out with the label. I believe this is just a defective cartridge and I am in the process of trying to get a replacement cartridge to make sure.
Date published: 2011-10-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great labeler - lousy label tape We purchased the 5200 labeler hard case kit a couple weeks ago. I spent most of last week labeling cables in our datacenter. I'm an IT professional and work for an ISP level network service provider. So our datacenter is big and there are a million cables. Without labels it is next to impossible to figure out what is what. This is where the 5200 series labeler really shines. It has preconfigured label layouts for dozens of things. I almost always used the Cat X format, which is a simple label that wraps around a cable with your text repeated several times, so it is viewable from all angles. For labeling cables, I recommend the 3/4" label tape. Anything smaller, and you won't be able to read the labels nor fit on the label what it needs to say. In fact, if they made a 1" or larger label tape, I would use that instead. The wider the better. For the front panels of equipment (servers and routers and such) I recommend the 3/8" label tape. It is large enough to read (when you only use single lines of text) yet narrow enough to find places on the fronts of servers that are covered in ventilation holes and grilles. There are a couple different kinds of label tape. The first cartridge that I used was a laminated plastic, black print on white shiny tape. This make really great labels, which were easy to read, and the print did not rub off on my fingers while applying the label. However, I noticed that after a day or two of being stuck to a cable hanging behind a server blowing hot air on it 24/7, the labels would start to unwrap and peel off. That's no good! The second label tape type that I tried was more like a fabric material. I was a little bit stretchy and seems to stick to the cables better. BUT the printing on the fabric is much lighter and harder to read, and the print would rub off on my fingers while I applied the label, further reducing the readability. That's no good either! One good thing about the label tape is that the backing is split in two down the center. This makes getting the backing off the label quick and easy - even if it is a two-handed job. Other labelers that I've used had one piece backing and it was a nightmare to get it off. All in all, I have to give the labeler 4.5 stars and the label tape 2 stars. The label tape is really the weak point here. I don't know what case the other reviewer got, but the case that I got as part of the kit can hold about 8 label tape cartridges, and has a special spot for the charger and the quick reference guide. I didn't see a spot for a full blown 8.5" by 11" printed manual, but then again, I didn't need one. Suggestions for DYMO to improve: Include in the quick reference guide a picture of a sample of each of the various label formats. I wasted a lot of label tape trying different formats to find what I wanted. Include a lanyard or belt hook. It is very hard to use a labeler and apply the labels when you have nowhere to sit the labeler (like behind a rack of equipment that is in use).
Date published: 2011-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What a time saver! Just getting started, found switching between general /wire/cable without re-typing the label such a time saver and then the sequential labels a big help too. As a matter of fact I may sell it to a friend so I can get the 6200.
Date published: 2011-01-05
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