ZEBRA INDUSTRIAL PRINTERS
Zebra Industrial Printers
Zebra ZT220, Zebra ZT230, Zebra ZT410, Zebra ZT420, Zebra 105SLPlus and ZT510 printers form part of the Zebra industrial printer range and offer unparalleled barcode, text and graphics print quality on labels, invoices and packing slips.
Zebra understand that any downtime your printer has holds up the entire supply chain. That's why all Zebra printers feature a rugged design to survive in the harshest industrial environments giving you piece of mind that your Zebra printer can handle those mission-critical operations.
Keep your critical operations running efficiently. Constructed with an all-metal frame and bi-fold door, ZT400 Series printers deliver advancements in print speed, registration and connectivity as well as additional advanced features.
ZT400 printers feature USB, Serial, Ethernet and Bluetooth®connectivity along with expanded RFID capabilities. And with Zebra’s Link-OS® environment, an innovative operating system, you can easily integrate, manage and maintain these printers from anywhere in the world.
Engineered to meet your current and future business needs
Building on the ZM Series’ proven reputation for reliability, the ZT400 Series delivers advancements in print speed, connectivity options, and management and support tools. Increased processing power and user memory, along with an open architecture, allow these printers to advance with technology. End-user-installable media handling options empower you to customize your printer to match your needs—both now and in the future.
Designed to deliver ease of integration, operation and management
Dynamic QR codes for “on-demand,” web-based support help users resolve printer errors quickly. The lighted and color-coded, side-loading supplies paths facilitate simple installation of media and ribbon and the tool-less print head and platen roller replacement keeps operations running. Zebra’s Link-OS environment delivers enhanced capabilities for monitoring, managing and maintaining ZT Series printers from any location.
Standard USB, Serial, Ethernet and Bluetooth connectivity options — as well as two open media slots — allow users to utilize non-standard connectivity options (Parallel, Zigbee, etc.), design failover connections and provide for future protocols. End user installable media handling options allow you to customize your printer to match your current and future business needs.