The Zebra Print Touch feature allows you to touch an Android-based, Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled device such as a smart phone or tablet to the printer’s Print Touch logo to pair the device to the printer.
Zebra Print Touch is available on Zebra printer models with factory-installed networking (Wi-Fi, wired Ethernet, Bluetooth, and Bluetooth Low Power). The Print Touch feature allows you to use your mobile device to provide information for which you are prompted and then print a label using that information.
This image shows Print Touch (passive NFC) location on your printer.
Some mobile devices may not support NFC communication with the printer until you configure the required NFC settings in your device. If you encounter difficulties, consult your service provider or your smart device manufacturer for more information.
Data encoded into the tag includes:
a URL for a Zebra quick-help style support web page
the printer’s unique Bluetooth Low Energy MAC address
the printer’s Bluetooth Classic MAC address (if present)
the printer’s Wi-Fi (WLAN) MAC address (if present)
the printer’s Ethernet (LAN) MAC address (if present)
the printer SKU (ex., D6A142-301F00EZ)
the printer’s unique serial number
The NFC tag can be used to:
pair with a compatible mobile device using Bluetooth.
launch an application.
launch a mobile browser to a web page.