Zebra ZD500R: Small, Easy-To-Use Printer

Advanced features in a compact, easy-to-use device

The Zebra ZD500R extends Zebra’s broad range of RFID printers by adding UHF RFID printing and encoding to Zebra’s line of industry-leading thermal desktop printers. Designed for applications where space is at a premium, the compact Zebra ZD500R offers simple, one-touch printing and encoding, straightforward loading, and automatic RFID calibration, making it ideal for applications where technical support staff is not available, such as retail instore exception tagging.

Versatile Solution That Reduces Media Costs

The printer supports both direct thermal and thermal transfer printing and is compatible with inlays from all leading suppliers. The Zebra ZD500R can be used with a variety of RFID labels and tags from small, item-level hang tags to large case and pallet labels. By encoding RFID inlays that are spaced closer together, the ZD500R enables lower media costs, less media waste and fewer roll changes.

Zebra ZD500R Product Features

  • Space saving, small footprint, simplicity
  • Powerful RFID features
  • Future proofed for tomorrow’s applications
  • 203 and 300 DPI print resolution options available
  • Standard connectivity options: Serial, USB 2.0, Parallel, 10/100 Ethernet and optional 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0

Zebra ZD500R


The Benefits of RFID Printers

RFID printers enable your business to create a range of RFID labels and tags, whether your require small RFID tags for individual items or large RFID labels for crates in support of shipping and receiving, track and trace, or asset tracking. RFID printers that we provide are similar to barcode label printers that you may already be familiar with. This can shorten deployment and training time.

Speak with a Miles Data representative to learn the potential benefits of the Zebra ZD500R RFID printer to your organization, as well as the media and supplies that will give you top-quality RFID labels and tags.

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