The Zebra ZT410 Industrial Thermal Transfer Tabletop Label Printer with 10/100 Ethernet connection, Bluetooth 2.1, and USB host prints 4" wide labels at 14" per second and 203 dpi (8 dots/mm). An element energy equalizer (E3) provides quality printing, and a metal frame and media cover offer durability. It has an LCD graphical user interface for reading and navigation and 256 MB RAM memory with 4 MB that is user available. Media sensors are transmissive and reflective to accommodate different label types including continuous, die-cut, notch, and black mark. Additional connection options include serial and USB 2.0.
|Dimensions*||12.75 x 10.6 x 19.5 inches/324 x 269 x 495 mm (H x W x D)|
|Media web width (label and liner)||1.00"/25.4 mm to 4.50"/114 mm|
|Minimum Label Length||0.5"/12.7 mm|
|Maximum media roll size||8.0"/203 mm OD on a 3"/76 mm ID core
|Media thickness||0.0023"/0.058 mm to f0.010"/0.25 mm|
|Ribbon outside diameter||450 m: 3.2"/81.3 mm OD on a 1.0"/25.4 mm ID core
|Standard ribbon length||1476'/450 m|
|Ribbon width||2.00"/51 mm to 4.33"/110 mm
*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Thermal printers can be used to print receipts, labels, tags, and other similarly sized media at point of sale (POS) locations. Direct thermal printers and thermal transfer printers use heat instead of ink to print on coated thermal media. A parallel, serial, or USB port allows a receipt printer to be connected to a computer. An Ethernet port or wireless capabilities may enable it to be connected to a computer network. Thermal printers can be used at retail checkout counters and other points of sale.
Zebra Technologies manufactures barcode, receipt, kiosk, and radio-frequency identification (RFID) printers and accessories. The company, founded in 1969, is headquartered in Lincolnshire, IL.
What's in the Box?
- (1) thermal printer
- (1) North American power cord