The ZT400 Series RFID printer/encoders offer advanced features for reliable printing and encoding, even in tough environments. Gain a competitive edge with greater tracking abilities, deeper visibility and enterprise insights
Ideal Price and Performance
The ZT400 Series RFID printer/ encoders pair UHF RFID capabilities with proven durability to help keep your critical operations running efficiently. Optimized to accurately and efficiently print and encode labels for today's item-level tracking applications, the ZT400 Series RFID gives you enhanced tracking capabilities and deeper visibility.
Ideal for Small RFID Labels
The ZT400 Series RFID offers high through put and features an all-metal frame for rugged reliability to enhance productivity in extreme environments. RFID is available on both the 4-inch ZT410™ and 6-inch ZT420™ and can print and encode labels as small as 0.6"/16 mm.
Easy to Use
Adaptive encoding technology allows for excellent media flexibility and simple RFID calibration, eliminating complex placement guidelines. An intuitive menu further reduces set-up time. Zebra has globally certified its RFID technology on six continents to support deployments across complex, multinational supply chains. Plus, an optional color LCD display shows color-coded alters when the printer is paused or in an error state, so users instantly know what the printer needs to stay up and running.
The ZT400 Series RFID printer/encoders pair UHF RFID capabilities with proven durability to help keep your critical operations running efficiently. Known as price-performance leaders in RFID labeling, the ZT400 Series RFID supports a broad range of applications across several industries.
Backward compatible with RZ Series printer/encoders, replacing or adding to an existing portfolio of RFID-enabled printers is easy with multiple standard connectivity options including Serial, USB 2.0, Bluetooth® and 10/100 Ethernet, as well as the optional dual-band wireless card with 802.11ac Wi-Fi and its latest security protocols, plus Bluetooth 4.1. Two open media slots allow users to utilize non-standard connectivity options, design failover connections and provide for future protocols as technology evolves.