Zebra PAX 4™ Series Print Engines
Versatile, Four- and Six-Inch-Wide – OEM Print Engines PAX 4™ print engines deliver superior performance and reliability. The 110PAX4 and 170PAX4 print engines are the performance leaders in mission-critical print-and-apply applications. With enhanced connectivity, including wireless and Ethernet, along with all-metal construction
Better than ever for high-volume needs
With improved serviceability, faster first-label-out time, and a fully functional real-time clock, the PAX4 print engines deliver what it takes to make print-and-apply solutions super performers. European voltage requirements are now met with the 28V I/O option.
Real-time connectivity and control
Reduce downtime and increase productivity. Through ZebraLink™, PAX4 print engines can send you instant status alert messages and give you Web-based centralised control, allowing you to troubleshoot quickly and keep production lines moving.
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