Zebra’s ZE500R series print engine is constructed to ensure that your print applications run without any interruptions. Ideal for manufacturing, warehousing, automotive, pharmaceutical, food, beverage, health and beauty businesses. These print engines are designed to endure harsh environments.  The ZE500R is easy to integrate thanks to its wide range of connectivity, standard serial, parallel, USB, Ethernet and wireless capabilities. Although it looks intimidating it is easy to set up with its simple five button menu and large graphical display. The ZE500R Series is simple to maintain as the platen, pinch and peel rollers can be easily removed in minutes. The hinged cage system provides quick access to internal component for fast, easy maintenance.

To learn more about the ZE500R series 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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