Direct thermal printing (which uses heat-sensitive media to print).
Thermal transfer printing (which uses a ribbon to heat transfer print to the media).
Standard Tear-Off mode allows you to tear off each label (or batch print a strip of labels) after it is printed.
Label Dispense Mode: If an optional dispenser is installed, the backing material can be peeled away from the label as it is printed. After this label is removed, the next one is printed.
Stand-alone: The printer can print without being connected to a computer using the printer’s auto-running label form feature (programming based) or by using a data input device connected to the printer’s serial port. This mode accommodates data input devices, such as scanners, weigh scales, Zebra KDU Plus or Zebra KDU (Keyboard Display Unit), etc.
Shared network printing: Printers configured with the Ethernet interface option include an internal print server with a ZebraLink printer configuration web page and ZebraNet Bridge software for managing and monitoring the status of Zebra printers on a network.