The new printer range sets new standards with innovative functions, compact design and great options and media diversity. Thanks to the wide range of innovative features and connectivity options, the new G-series printers are ideally suited for demanding environments and applications in the manufacturing and pharmaceutical industry, logistics and in the medical field. The new printer generation G-series models”are available as direct thermal variation and combination of direct thermal and thermal transfer printing technology. The printers are compatible with the wide ribbon and label media by Zebra. Delivery notes, price tags, documents, labels, transport sticker, boarding passes, tickets, etc.
are versatile printable. Zebra G-series performance features include a wide range of connectivity options, including 802.11 g, Bluetooth and 10/100 Ethernet for easy network integration of the GX printer. An LCD display, wireless versions, standard and displays prompts for input, and print status. The two EPL and ZPL programming languages are included in the standard scope at the same time and can be incorporated into both system environments. The print speed has been increased to 152 mm per second.
Thus, the GX models are the fastest available desktop models on the market. The printer models are also ideal for environments with scarce space me its small footprint. The direct thermal / thermal transfer printer models are equipped with a very simple system to replace consumables and ribbons. Firmware, templates, fonts and graphics are permanently stored in the printer. The Flash memory ensures a faster processing of print jobs and a larger SDRAM allows the expression of larger formats for more demanding applications. The sturdy construction and high-quality processing makes the G-series much more durable and more reliable than the most desktop printers. The applications of this printer is very versatile. The printer can be used E.g. in the industry, post and Package services, in trade, manufacturing, security, transport and logistics, as well as in the Leisure and entertainment industry.