Zebra’s innovative R-140 can read, write and print labels carrying embedded ultra-thin RFID transponders.
Transponders contain integrated circuits that can be read, programmed and re-programmed using non-contact radio waves. This revolutionary technology enables you to change and update data repeatedly throughout the life of an RFID “smart” label.
Because RFID technology utilizes radio waves, smart labels can be read through dirt, paint, and many nonmetallic objects. RFID smart labels feature anti-collision technology, which allows you to scan and identify several objects simultaneously such as totes of supplies.
This rugged 12-guage, steel-constructed printer is one of the fastest, printing at up to 12 ips. Based on Zebra's award winning XiIII printers, the R-140 also features ZebraLink for active alert messaging. Web-based control and, programming flexibility.
- Prints at 203dpi (8 dots/mm)
- Prints labels up to 5.04" (128mm) wide
- Prints labels up to 39" (991mm) long at 12"/sec (305mm/sec)
- Direct Thermal and Thermal Transfer printing
ZebraLink for Connectivity and Control:
- Supply Chain management
- Inventory control
- Books, videotape, and sensitive document tracking
- Package and Cargo tracking
- Reusable container tracking
- Access control and security systems
- Capital asset labeling/tracking
Now available with the ZebraLink solution, R-140 printers provide real-time, remote error notification and web-based printer management when equipped with a ZebraNet Print Server II. The ZebraLink solution also includes ZBI, a complementary programming language allowing users to easily upgrade to Zebra printers without costly reprogramming language specific data sources or create a stand-alone application which integrates peripheral devices to Zebra printers without a PC.
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