Are you using barcode technology now but considering using RFID in the future?

November 29, 2011

Are you using barcode technology now but considering using RFID in the future? The 110Xi4 was built on the legacy of the Xi series of products and was developed to improve overall operational productivity and efficiency in a variety of environments. It is built RFID Ready and allows you to upgrade to RFID technology in the future, providing solid investment protection.

Zebra made the 110Xi4 printer ideal for a variety of applications, including top-side and bottom-side circuit board labeling, product identification labels, serial plate labels, product labels, surgical tools and equipment, diagnostic kits, vials and slides, and others. If your company is looking for a printer to withstand harsh environments and handle a variety of applications, Zebra’s 110Xi4 printer will fit in perfectly.

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Did you know that Miles Technologies offers the full line of barcode, mobile and RFID printers from Zebra Technologies?

November 21, 2011

Did you know that Miles Technologies offers the full line of barcode, mobile and RFID printers from Zebra Technologies? This includes the best in class, ZM400. The ZM400 printer includes additional productivity-enhancing features and modern, flexible network connectivity for easy system integration in most manufacturing, warehousing and business applications. The ZM400 also offers a multitude of options including 600-dpi (24 dots/mm) resolution and design enhancements, making this new-generation Z Series printer even easier to operate, load, and maintain.

On top of the hard-working durability and easy use of the die-cast metal frame, the ZM400 is designed to enhance productivity in tough environments and demanding applications. This best-selling printer is better connected to your network – through USB 2.0, 802.11 b/g secure wireless, or the new ZebraNet 10/100 Printer Server that allows simultaneous parallel and Ethernet connectivity.

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