The R110Xi4 RFID printer is ideal for those in manufacturing, transportation or logistics, this high performance printer is able to print and encode a variety of UHF RFID smart labels. It is designed to grow with your growing business and is designed for high volume, harsh environments and built to last. The R110Xi4 is very flexible and supports a wide range of applications ideal for high volume smart labeling with a print width of up to 4 inches/103 mm it is able to support most size print labels.

With Zebra’s exclusive variable inlay configuration feature it automatically detects the inlay position within the tag. This gives you the option to choose media from many sources, including other brand products.  The R110Xi4 offers multiple RFID power settings to support the broadest range of transporter sizes and designs available in the market. Designed with the highest encoding accuracy in the industry there is no need to waste money on lost assets.

 

To learn more about the R110Xi4 RFID printer from Zebra Technologies or other hardware products contact Datex experts today at 800.933.2839, www.datex.com or at marketing@datexcorp.com.

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