This is one of those simple, great ideas. RHINO showed at CEDIA a new professional label printer that lets installers put identifying labels on equipment so that you, your co-worker and even your customer can easily tell what is what, anywhere wires, boxes, sources etc. are installed.
The RHINO 3000 is a portable gadget that uses thermal-transfer printing, so you don’t need to worry about replacing ink or toners. It creates different color labels, so you can create a color code system, and labels are ¼-inch, 3/8-inch, and ½-inch. They use industrial-strength adhesives and, along with color coding, you can choose among different label materials too.
The RHINO 3000 label printer retails for $99 and is available through audio/video components distributors.