06 Mar 2018

Updated PES400 metal embossing machine now four times faster

Panduit, a specialist in wire harness, heavy duty cable management, identification, plant floor and control panel solutions, has introduced a new version of its Permanent Identification Embossing System.

The competitively priced PES400 machine replaces the previous PES197 model and is four times faster. It features expanded marker plate and cable tie compatibility along with two available font sizes (3mm and 5mm). The PES400 machine exceeds the maximum amount of characters of competitive products and the 3mm font size up to 25 characters fits on one line and up to 75 characters on a plate.

The PES400 machine is compatible with all marker plates and tags of the previous model. It handles smaller and larger plates and tags and offers new 3-up and 4up marker plate configurations. Featuring a sturdy, heavy- duty design for use in harsh environments, the PES400 model also has an improved external hopper design and can effortlessly be integrated with the Easy Mark Plus labelling software. This allows for a quick print legend and exact preview, saving time and reducing print costs.

The machine is dual voltage, so it handles both 110/120 V and 220/240 V. It also comes with both EU and US plugs.

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