Zebra Printer Heightens Efficiency for Demanding Business

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Monday, April 19, 2010

Zebra’s 105SL Barcode Printer joyfully combines performance, reliability, and productivity in an efficient, durable package for multiple-needs businesses.

Reliable Flexibility
The 105SL Barcode Printer enjoins expanded memory and processing capacity with fast printing options and flexible interface capabilities to bring efficiency and optimized throughput to fast-paced businesses.

This direct thermal/thermal transfer printer produces high-quality labels with 203 dpi or 300 dpi, at speeds programmable up to eight inches (203 mm) per second, allowing businesses a choice of resolution without loss of printing speed.

The 105SL offers multiple connectivity options to best suit businesses’ configuration needs and imparts a 32-bit processing and 6 MB SDRAM with 4 MB Flash for lightening processing speeds. The optional factory-installed 64 MB Flash Memory interjects ultra-high capacity into productivity standards, enabling efficiency ratings to skyrocket.

Font options expand adaptability with seven inherent bitmapped fonts and one smooth scalable option of CG Triumvirate Bold Condensed for user preference and convenience. The model also supports user-defined fonts and graphics, including custom-designed logos for business branding if desired, elevating business profiles in target markets.

Durability Embraced
The 105SL Barcode Printer protects operations with an all-metal exterior as well as metal drives, gears, and spindles, safeguarding these crucial elements against untimely breakdowns in rugged industrial environments.

The 105SL operating temperatures range from 40 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (5 to 40 degrees Celsius) in thermal transfer mode; in direct thermal mode, the model safely operates in temperatures from 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit (0 to 40 degrees Celsius). The model comfortably stores at –40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 to 60 degrees Celsius), defeating almost any harsh working environment.

The printer model permits energy monitoring with Zebra’s E3 Printhead Energy Control, maximizing the printhead durability and extending its life expectancy by reducing energy-related wear and tear.

The 105SL Barcode Printer boosts efficiency and productivity without compromising enhancement standards or damaging businesses’ budgets.

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