Zebra 105SL Description

The 105SL Has been discontinued and Zebra has declared End of Life on this model. It's replacement is the Zebra Z-105SL Plus. If you are looking for a replacement. Use the common configurations below to compare with the common configuration for the Z-105SL Plus


Available upgrades:

  • Resolution - 300 dpi printhead
  • Communication - Wireless, Wireless Plus, IPV6 Print Server
  • Media Handling - Cutter, Rewind and Peel
  • Memory - 64MB Linear Flash w/ZPL and XML, 16MB SDRAM w/Print Element Out Detection, 64MB Linear Flash w/ZPL and XML w/Print Element Out Detection
  • Reflective Media Sensor

Zebra 105SL Common Configurations

10500-2001-0000 -105SL - 203 dpi, RS-232 Serial and Parallel ports, Transmissive media sensor, North American Edition 120 VAC cord, 6MB DRAM w/4MB Flash and ZPL & XML, Media Hanger.

10500-2001-0070 - 105SL - 203 dpi, Internal ZebraNet 10/100 PrintServer, Transmissive media sensor, North American Edition 120 VAC cord, 6MB DRAM w/4MB Flash and ZPL & XML, Media Hanger.

10500-2001-2070 - 105SL - 203 dpi, Internal ZebraNet 10/100 PrintServer, Rewind with peel, Transmissive media sensor, North American Edition 120 VAC cord, 6MB DRAM w/ 4MB Flash and ZPL & XML, Media Hanger.

10500-3001-0000 - 105SL - 300 dpi, RS-232 Serial and Parallel ports, Transmissive media sensor, North American Edition 120 VAC cord, 6MB DRAM w/4MB Flash and ZPL & XML, Media Hanger.

10500-3001-0070 - 105SL - 300 dpi, Internal ZebraNet 10/100 PrintServer, Transmissive media sensor, North American Edition 120 VAC cord, 6MB DRAM w/4MB Flash and ZPL & XML, Media Hanger.

10500-3001-2070 - 105SL - 203 dpi, Internal ZebraNet 10/100 PrintServer, Rewind with peel, Transmissive media sensor, North American Edition 120 VAC cord, 6MB DRAM w/4MB Flash and ZPL & XML, Media Hanger.



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