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Zebra Reaches New Zenith in Barcode Printers

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Zebra's ZM400 barcode printers included in the best-in-class Z-series line offer adaptability and productivity for industrial and commercial businesses with quality barcode printing requirements.

Fast, Easy Operation

The ZM400 barcode printers offer printing speed and resolution options of up to four inches per second at 600 dpi or ten inches per second at 203 dpi, allowing full flexibility in programming label printing parameters.

The ZM400 equips businesses with dual print modes including thermal transfer printing or direct thermal printing.

From the 32-bit processor and the high-speed interface to the 16 MB DRAM and 8 MB RAM, the ZM400 is packed with power for processing print orders fast. The large LCD presents an easy-viewing status window with colour-coded user messages for ease of comprehension and follow-up to any print job report or alert.

The ZM400 barcode printers even offer quick platen and print head exchange as well as Element Energy Equalizer print head energy monitoring for efficient one-glance status and maintenance checks.

Worry-Free Durability

Encased in die-cast housing and frame, the ZM400 barcode printers can smoothly withstand the rigours of rugged industrial or commercial environments.

Thermal transfer operating temperature allowance ranges from 40 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5-40 degrees Celsius) during operation. The direct transfer operating temperature gradient of 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0-40 degrees Celsius) permits printing to continue practically non-stop without undue concerns of overheating.

Enhanced Efficiency

The ZM400 barcode printers present businesses with seven bitmapped and one scaleable font programmed as well as set prior to partial printing errors and restarts, eliminating wasted time, effort and resources.

The auto-detectable energy sensor transmits warning alerts to the master terminal when energy flow is interrupted or degrades, allowing the printing job to be paused and saved, avoiding costly reprints or recovery operations.

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