Zebra M2I-0UB00010-00 IMZ220 Direct Thermal Mobile Printer, Monochrome, 203 DPI, With Bluetooth
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|Printer Technology||Direct Thermal|
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|Item Dimensions||—||3.75 x 6.7 x 4.3 in||4.49 x 3.15 x 1.73 in||—|
|Printer Technology||Direct Thermal||Direct Thermal||—||Direct Thermal|
The Zebra IMZ 220 Direct Thermal Mobile Receipt Printer with Bluetooth connection prints monochrome receipts up to 1.9" wide at 203 dpi (8 dots/mm). It is Link-OS environment-enabled for integration, management, and maintenance from a PC, smartphone, or tablet with Apple iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile systems. It has a 400 MHz 32-bit ARM processor with 128MB RAM memory and 128 MB flash memory that supports downloadable programs, receipt formats, fonts, and graphics. A compact design tolerates multiple drops from 4'/1.2 m to concrete and offers an IP42 dust- and water-resistance rating. It has a USB port as an additional connectivity option. It accommodates media types including direct-thermal receipt paper and UV-coated media. The core programming languages are CPCL and ZPL.
|Dimensions*||5.34 x 3.18 x 2.26 inches/135.6 x 80.8 x 57.4 mm (H x W x D)|
|Maximum print width||1.9"/48.3 mm|
|Maximum print length||Continuous|
|Print speed||Up to 4"/sec, 102 mm/sec|
|Maximum media width||2.0" (+/- 0.03"), 50.8 mm (+/- 0.76 mm)|
|Maximum media thickness||4 mil/0.1016 mm|
|Media roll I.D.||0.4"/10.2 mm to 0.75"/19 mm|
|Agency approvals||FCC Part 15 and EN55022 Class B limits; FCC, ICS, and European Standards for Bluetooth and 802.11a/b/g/n; TUV and IEC 60950 standard for Safety; NOM; C-Tick; VCCI; S-Mark; PSE; CCC; MII Bluetooth SIG-registered; Made for iPod, iPhone, iPad certified; Wi-Fi certified|
*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.
Thermal printers can be used to print receipts, labels, tags, and other similarly sized media at point of sale (POS) locations. Direct thermal printers and thermal transfer printers use heat instead of ink to print on coated thermal media. A parallel, serial, or USB port allows a receipt printer to be connected to a computer. An Ethernet port or wireless capabilities may enable it to be connected to a computer network. Thermal printers can be used at retail checkout counters and other points of sale.
Zebra Technologies manufactures barcode, receipt, kiosk, and radio-frequency identification (RFID) printers and accessories. The company, founded in 1969, is headquartered in Lincolnshire, IL.
What's in the Box?
- (1) thermal receipt printer
- (1) US/Japan power cord
- (1) 1.6 AH Li-Ion battery
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Contacted their service, they told me to download their own app and update firmware. They really don't know what they are talking about. No luck after updating the firmware (oh, by the way they did not even have a read me file to tell you how to update the firmware. I have to search youtube for it!).
Then I tried my iPhone 5s. Ok it connected but Safari does not see it. Nor does any other app. Then here is the trick you need to use their own app and have to copy the files to their own app in order to print! Oh back to my Nexus 4, even with their own app from Google play does not communicate with the printer. What a mess!
Return? 20% restocking charge. This is completely scam. Absolutely no recommendation. Got to dispute with credit card company to get the money back!
More: I have just tried the Blue tooth with Dell Slate running Windows 8. Not work either. Windows tells me no driver available. This is after I installed drivers from the CD that comes with it.
Conclusion: If you can print out of the USB cable which is not really pretty and requires a full size Type A USB port, you can print from this printer (I think this is what they mean work). Or if you can print out of their own app which allow you to type and then print. If you want to print from any other applications from your iPhone, Android and iOS devices you are out of luck. Yes it does connect to all these devices and no it does not print over Bluetooth.