Zebra ZC300 Dual-Sided Card Printer (Magnetic Stripe Encoder)

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Zebra ZC300 Dual-Sided Card Printer (Magnetic Stripe Encoder)
Key Features
  • Dye Sublimation / Thermal Transfer
  • Resolution: 300 dpi
  • Color YMCKOK Print Speed: 140 Cards/Hour
  • Monochrome Print Speed: 450 Cards/Hour
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The ZC300 Dual-Sided Card Printer from Zebra is a straightforward card printer designed for printing identity, membership, and credit/debit cards. It features integrated USB and Ethernet connectivity to your computer for data access. This version of the ZC300 offers swipe-and-go magnetic stripe encoding. The printer allows you to print up to 140 YMCKOK cards per hour and up to 450 monochrome cards in the same timeframe. The printing standards include a 300 dpi resolution and a 1006 x 640 pixel image size. You can auto-calibrate the ribbons and choose any of the genuine Zebra ribbons, which are authenticated by the printer.
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Zebra ZC300 Overview

The ZC300 Dual-Sided Card Printer from Zebra is a straightforward card printer designed for printing identity, membership, and credit/debit cards. It features integrated USB and Ethernet connectivity to your computer for data access. This version of the ZC300 offers swipe-and-go magnetic stripe encoding. The printer allows you to print up to 140 YMCKOK cards per hour and up to 450 monochrome cards in the same timeframe. The printing standards include a 300 dpi resolution and a 1006 x 640 pixel image size. You can auto-calibrate the ribbons and choose any of the genuine Zebra ribbons, which are authenticated by the printer.

The printer features a 100-card capacity input and output hoppers. Additionally, you can manually feed the cards and view status via an LED bezel. Three tricolor printer status indicator lights allow you to easily determine the status of your cards. The ZC300 includes a Kensington secure lock slot, printer host authentication, and data encryption for increased privacy and security.

The dye-sublimation and thermal transfer direct-to-card printing method, along with the full-color or monochrome options and edge-to-edge printing available on the CR-80 media models, allow you to customize cards easily. The ZC300 printer is compatible with Windows PC, Windows Server, Linux Ubuntu, and Apple iOS 10.2 operating systems.

Direct-to-card, dual-sided printing
Print 140 YMCKO and up to 450 monochrome cards per hour
Up to 200 YMCKO and 2000 monochrome images per ribbon roll
USB and Ethernet connectivity interfaces
The ISO 7811 magnetic stripe encoder supports new and pre-encoded tracks, high and low coercivity, and stripe up and down options

Zebra ZC300 Specs

Compatibility
Supported Ribbon TypesBlack Monochrome, Colored Monochrome, Half-Panel YMCKO, Half-Panel YMCKOKO, KdO, KrO, Metallic Colored Monochrome, YMCKO, YMCKOK
Supported Card SizesCR-79, CR-80
Card Thickness10 to 40 mil / 0.25 to 1.02 mm
Encoding OptionsDual Coercivity Magnetic Stripe (3 Tracks)
Supported Card TypeAdhesive Back, Rewritable
Printer
Print SpeedDouble-Sided, Monochrome: 450 Cards per Hour (0.1 Seconds per Card)
Single-Sided, YMCKO: 140 Cards per Hour (0.4 Seconds per Card)
Maximum Resolution300 dpi
Printing TechnologyDye, Thermal
Printing CapabilityEdge-to-Edge
General
Card Tray CapacityInput: 100
Output: 100
Reject: 10
Duplex PrintingYes
LaminationNone
Host Connection InterfaceEthernet (Unspecified Version), USB 2.0
Memory2000 MB
Operating System SupportLinux, Windows, Windows Server, iOS
Physical
AC Input Power90 to 132 VAC, 50 Hz
Material Construction of CardPVC
CertificationsFCC, as per Manufacturer
Security Lock SupportKensington Lock Slot
Dimensions10.2 x 6.2 x 18.4" / 25.9 x 15.7 x 46.7 cm
Weight9.7 lb / 4.4 kg
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