How long does it take to charge the Li-Ion battery pack in the Rhino 6000+?


You can find more information about the label maker and its battery in the manual that can be found HERE.

Connecting the Power

The label maker can operate on battery or AC power. A power adapter and a rechargeable battery is included with your printer.
To save power, the label maker will automatically turn off after five minutes of inactivity.

Make sure to read the Safety Precautions for Rechargeable Battery on page 31 of the manual.


Connecting the Power Adapter

The printer uses a 110V-240V power adapter. Connecting the power adapter with the battery inserted recharges the battery.
Use only the power adapter listed in this user guide:

    • Adapter model DSA-18PFM-09 Fc 090200 (note: “c” can be EU, UP, UK, US, UJ, JP, CH, IN, AU, KA, KR, AN, AR, BZ, SA, AF or CA) from Dee Van Enterprise Co., Ltd.

To connect the power adapter

  1. Plug the power adapter into the power connector on the bottom of the label maker.
  2. Plug the other end of the power adapter into a power outlet.


Inserting the Battery

The label printer is powered by a Li-Polymer 7.4V 1400mAh 10.36Wh rechargeable battery. Only use the battery that came with the label printer.

Make sure to read the Safety Precautions for Rechargeable Battery on page 31 of the manual.

To insert the battery

  1. Press the thumb latch on the back of the label maker to remove battery compartment cover.
  2. Insert the battery pack into the battery compartment.
  3. Replace the battery compartment cover.


Recharging the Battery

The battery automatically recharges while the printer is connected to a power source through the power adapter.
Charging the battery for the first time will take approximately 8 hours; recharging the battery subsequently will take approximately 3.5 to 4 hours.

Rhino 6000+ battery life

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.


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