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Zebra's ZM600 barcode printers, the latest in the best-in-class Z-series printer line bring new levels of productivity and efficiency to inventory and asset management.
When the Going Gets Tough
The rugged, smudge-resistant housing gives the ZM600 barcode printers durability that protects printing jobs against skips and failures, and makes this warehouse or industrial model a real workhorse of reliability.
Even the die-cast print head keeps on printing those heavy-duty jobs in tough environments.
The large metal media cover combines protection with convenience. Thermal transfer operating temperatures from 40 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5 to 40 degrees Celsius) and direct thermal operating temperatures of 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 to 40 degrees Celsius) permit high-speed printing in hot, humid environments.
The Tough Get Going
A printing speed of ten inches per second and a maximum label width of 6.6 inches allow quick finishes to even the largest print order.
The ZM600 barcode printers offer fast connectivity and processing speeds via a 32-bit processor with an IEEE 1284, bi-directional parallel interface as well, making order-to-print-start delays virtually obsolete.
Choices include USB, 802.11 b/g, Ethernet, wireless, serial or parallel configuration.
The ZM600's large LCD allows quick printer configuration and reduces eyestrain. Colour-coded user messages enable quick alert recognition and diminish annoying lag times to find and read status indicators.
The ZM600 barcode printer advances current printing capability, but is upgrade-ready to boost future productivity as well.
RFID-ready, the ZM600 comes already equipped for expanded capability when RFID kits are fully available. A varied array of current or forthcoming options make the ZM600 barcode printers poised to expand to match a business' growth requirements.
The new ZM600 barcode printers fast-track productivity potential and help minimise ineffective use of available man-hours for businesses with growth in mind.