Posted on 7 March 2011 | 10 responses
Built to last, extremely reliable and optimised for high volume RFID operations, the R110Xi4 printer/encoder delivers superior performance and unique features:
- Zebra’s patent-pending Adaptive Encoding Technology simplifies setup and adds media flexibility allowing the use of a large variety of RFID media from many sources, including that produced for competitors’ printers
- Support for narrow distance (pitch) between RFID labels; as narrow as 16 mm on most inlays. By spacing inlays closer, the label conversion process is simpler, translating to lower cost per label, fewer media roll changes and faster printer/encoder throughput for end-users. This feature can be combined with a 600dpi printer for enhanced print quality on small labels
- Direct-to-inlay printing and encoding, reducing the need for label face stock or the label conversion process thus reducing tag cost.
Designed with the next generation of RFID tags in mind, these new features meet the needs of emerging applications such as apparel source tagging, industrial asset tagging, and healthcare tagging, whilst continuing to address the case and pallet labelling markets.
Posted on 22 September 2010 | 5 responses
As the market experiences a renewed interest in radio frequency identification, Zebra is seeing revived growth in the RFID product category. Driving this renewed interest is the evolution of item-level tracking for emerging business-improvement applications such as apparel source tagging (tagging at the point of manufacture), and closed-loop applications such as industrial asset management and package validation
Posted on 20 May 2010 | 15 responses
|IQ Color is a patented thermal ink technology that allows direct-thermal labels to have colour zones invisibly preprinted ready to be activated
|IQ Color allows you to add colour to your labels. Special instructions, critical information on patient records or priority designation for sample testing can be easily and quickly added in colour to labels.|
|There’s no need to switch printers or change ink cartridges or paper, so labour input is minimal while potential for error can be reduced and patient safety may be improved.|
|Exclusively through Zebra, three colours (from a palette of eight) plus black are available for up to three areas for attention. Text, shapes, graphics and reverse images can all be accommodated.|
|IQ Color is yet another technological innovation from Zebra, which means you can now print labels, in colour, without changing stock. It’s a revelation in colour.|
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Posted on 5 May 2010 | 13 responses
Zebra Technologies will introduce a new 802.11g radio on its QL Plus range of mobile printers. This new Zebra 802.11g radio is backward compatible with the existing radio option, and printers with both versions of radios can be supported on the same network.
No changes have occurred with printer/radio setup commands and all wireless security features remain the same. The option will be included in the next Price List update due in April, while the current version of the radio (option ‘K’) will be removed from the price list.
Posted on 23 April 2010 | 7 responses
The G Series of label printers have successfully taken the place of the traditional tried and tested TLP and LP range which have been the leading desktop thermal printers in the market for many years now. However to ensure a complete product coverage Zebra have announced a continuation of the TLP2844 and LP2844 standard and with dispenser until march 2011. As ever service and support will continue to be available for a minimum of 3 years after this date.
Posted on 20 April 2010 | 13 responses
The new Zebra KR403 kiosk printer is the first printer in the new KR400 Series.
Building on Zebra’s range of robust kiosk printers for demanding applications, the KR403 receipt printer offers a number of enhancements ranging from excellent print quality across a wide range of papers to expanded memory and a wide selection of fonts including Unicode; and many barcodes including the retail-industry-required GS1 DataBar™ barcode.
Posted on 15 March 2010 | 6 responses
Did you know you can now create new applications and print from multiple BlackBerry® smartphone models to Zebra Mobile or Stationary thermal printers by creating new, Java-based apps using the ZebraLink™ Multiplatform Software Development Kit (SDK). The SDK includes source code samples, documentation and on-phone demonstration modules that make creating custom applications-with embedded support for Zebra printers clear-cut and straightforward.
Posted on 9 March 2010 | 1 response
Zebra Technologies introduce new Eco Friendly material to their range of Zebra Labels.Reducing our impact on the environment is important to us all. Many organisations have developed environmental sustainability plans that include purchasing more environmentally friendly products. In support of these initiatives, Zebra has added eco-friendly thermal transfer labels to its line of materials.
Posted on 4 March 2010 | No responses
Hi All. It is now my turn to update you on the latest developments in the barcode label world. I am sure many people will relate to this story as this situation has become a regular occurrence in my life and I’m sure it will have happened to you at some stage
I am often asked by friends, colleagues and even family – ‘Rich…. What do you actually do for a living’???
Posted on 4 February 2010 | 1 response
Hello and welcome to my inaugural blog, and whilst I cannot claim to be a blogging expert, I am an expert in the field of Barcode labels, barcode printers, barcode scanners and barcode software! Over the coming weeks/months we at the Barcode Business will be updating you on everything that is new in the world of barcodes and perhaps some that isn’t so new!!