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Zebra RZ series printers to print RFID tags on demand
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Dec '08
Zebra RZ Series Printer
Zebra RZ Series Printer
The RZ400 and RZ600 printer/encoders bring UHF RFID capabilities to Zebra's popular Z Series platform and set the new standard as the price-performance leaders in meeting the needs of today's global RFID tagging compliance initiatives.

These metal printer/encoders offer EPC Gen 2 support, high-speed print throughput, and rugged reliability to enhance productivity in tough environments and lower duty cycle applications.

The RZ series RFID printer/encoders connect easily with most warehouse/manufacturing and business applications. The RZ400 and RZ600 are better connected to your network—through USB 2.0, 802.11b/g secure wireless, or Ethernet.

They're better connected to your applications with multiple RFID power settings to adjust to current and future RFID protocols, transponder designs and sizes; choice of print resolution including 300 dpi; and XML-Enabled printing as a standard feature.

And they're better connected to your needs—with easy setup via a large, easy-to-read front panel that includes Asian-language support; easy loading of supplies; and easy maintenance with quick-changing print heads and platens.

The industrial/commercial RZ400 (for 4-inch smart labels) and the RZ600 (for 6-inch smart labels) have been designed for case and pallet-level identification for companies needing to streamline logistics, supply chain management and business improvement applications including:

• Asset Tracking
• Inventory Management
• Work in Process
• Shipping/Receiving
• Distribution

Zebra Technologies Corporation


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