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Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer 112-8KE-00003

112-8KE-00003
Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer for 203 DPI with USB, Serial, Parallel Port and INT 10/100 (Ethernet) connectivity. Includes ZebraNet b/g Print Server.
Excl. Tax: £1,919.72 Incl. Tax: £2,303.66

Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer 116-80E-00004

116-80E-00004
Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer for 600 DPI with USB, Serial, Parallel Port and INT 10/100 (Ethernet) connectivity. Includes 3IN Media Spindle.
Excl. Tax: £2,835.21 Incl. Tax: £3,402.25

Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer 112-80E-00003

112-80E-00003
Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer for 203 DPI with USB, Serial, Parallel Port and INT 10/100 (Ethernet) connectivity.
Excl. Tax: £1,657.62 Incl. Tax: £1,989.14

Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer 113-8KE-00003

113-8KE-00003
Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer for 300 DPI with USB, Serial, Parallel Port and INT 10/100 (Ethernet) connectivity. Includes ZebraNet b/g Print Server.
Excl. Tax: £2,045.21 Incl. Tax: £2,454.25

Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer 116-8KE-00004

116-8KE-00004
Zebra 110Xi4 High Performance Direct Thermal & Thermal Transfer Printer for 600 DPI with USB, Serial, Parallel Port and INT 10/100 (Ethernet) connectivity. Includes ZebraNet b/g Print Server and 3IN Media Spindle.
Excl. Tax: £3,111.79 Incl. Tax: £3,734.15

Built for high-volume applications and harsh environments, Zebra's Xi Series label printers deliver superior print quality and reliability. Boost productivity with faster print and connection speeds, and reduce downtime with early warning. Zebra's Xi printers allow you to get more done in less time, being both durable and reliable, and featuring fast print speeds for high-volume applications.

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Connectivity

Ethernet

Ethernet stations communicate by sending each other data packets: blocks of data individually sent and delivered. As with other IEEE 802 LANs, each Ethernet station is given a 48-bit MAC address. The MAC addresses are used to specify both the destination and the source of each data packet. Ethernet establishes link level connections, which can be defined using both the destination and source addresses. On reception of a transmission, the receiver uses the destination address to determine whether the transmission is relevant to the station or should be ignored. Network interfaces normally do not accept packets addressed to other Ethernet stations.

USB

USB, short for Universal Serial Bus, is an industry standard developed in the mid-1990s that defines the cables, connectors and communications protocols used in a bus for connection, communication, and power supply between computers and electronic devices.USB was designed to standardise the connection of computer peripherals (including keyboards, pointing devices, digital cameras, printers, portable media players, disk drives and network adapters) to personal computers, both to communicate and to supply electric power. It has become commonplace on other devices, such as smartphones, PDAs and video game consoles. USB has effectively replaced a variety of earlier interfaces, such as serial and parallel ports, as well as separate power chargers for portable devices.

Serial

In computing, a serial port is a serial communication interface through which information transfers in or out one bit at a time (in contrast to a parallel port)

Parallel Port

A parallel port is a type of interface found on computers (personal and otherwise) for connecting peripherals. In computing, a parallel port is a parallel communication physical interface. It is also known as a printer port or Centronics port. It was an industry de facto standard for many years, and was finally standardized as IEEE 1284 in the late 1990s, which defined the Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) and Extended Capability Port (ECP) bi-directional versions. Today, the parallel port interface is seeing decreasing use because of the rise of Universal Serial Bus (USB) devices, along with network printing using Ethernet. The parallel port interface was originally known as the Parallel Printer Adapter on IBM PC-compatible computers. It was primarily designed to operate a line printer that used IBM's 8-bit extended ASCII character set to print text, but could also be used to adapt other peripherals. Graphical printers, along with a host of other devices, have been designed to communicate with the system.

dpi

600 DPI

A high resolution barcode label printer is capable of accurately reproducing printed images, barcodes, and text in a very small area. Using a 600 dpi barcode printer is best if you wish to minimise the size of the barcode you print on your label, or when you need to print a lot of text and want to minimise the space it occupies on your label. A high resolution label printer is also useful when you have a small size label, a small size product, or when you are labelling a small area on your container or package. It's also the best way to reproduce a 2D barcode.

Printing Method

Direct Thermal

Direct thermal printing requires a heat sensitive label material. The print head elements come into direct contact with the heat sensitive material where the heat from the elements causes a color change in the material to create the printed image. If an organisation is only going to print direct thermal, there are printers available that only have direct thermal capability. These printers are generally less costly to purchase because they do not contain any of the hardware necessary for driving and controlling ribbon. Eliminating the ribbon and ribbon hardware components also results in a less complex printer with fewer parts to wear and/or break, resulting in lower service costs and less downtime over the life of the printer. 

Thermal Transfer

Thermal transfer involves the thermal print head elements (dots) heating the backside of a thermal transfer ribbon to melt and transfer the compounds on the front side of the ribbon to the label. Print head life in direct thermal printing applications is significantly reduced when compared to thermal transfer printing applications. Generally speaking, a company should anticipate direct thermal print heads providing an expected lifetime of 25% - 50% of a thermal transfer print head. As an example, if a company is printing 10 million, six inch long labels per period with an expected thermal transfer print head life of 4 million inches, they would expect to replace the print head 15 times. If the same application were direct thermal, they would expect to replace the print head 30 – 60 times. Depending upon throughput volumes, the cost differential may be significant and has to be considered in any evaluation.