The Brady BMP21 handheld label printer creates multi-line labels for clear identification of wires, panels, circuit boards, and other industrial items. The keyboard contains letters A to Z and numbers 0 to 9, and the text displays on the LCD screen as it is typed. The text prints in 203 dpi resolution in a single black color using thermal transfer technology, and the user can select from six font sizes (6 to 40 point). The printer can create serialized labels, and it uses continuous tape cartridges, which enable labels of varying widths. The printer is powered by six AA alkaline batteries (sold separately) for portability. A power adapter (sold separately) can be used instead of batteries if the printer is not being used in mobile applications. One cartridge of 16 continuous feet of 0.75"-wide nylon cloth tape is included with the printer.
Brady manufactures signs, labels, lockout/tagout, safety devices, and printing systems and software used in the electronics, telecommunications, manufacturing, electrical, construction, education, and medical industries. The company, founded in 1914, is headquartered in Milwaukee, WI.