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HC100 - Direct thermal, ZPL, 300 dpi (12 dots/mm), 10.16 cm (4 ") (102 mm)/sec, 32-bit RISC, Serial, USB, 1.4kg, White/Black

Manufacturer : Zebra


Availability: In stock


- Print method: Direct thermal;
- Programming language: ZPL®;
- Construction: Dual-wall frame, impact resistant plastic.

Nebraska Medical Center
The Nebraska Medical Center implemented patient wristbands with 2-D bar codes, and two unique bar codes on each, while reducing the hassle of band creation for nurses.

Great Ormond Street Hospital
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust has implemented their printed wristband solution to comply with the National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA) Positive Patient Identification directive in the UK. After exhaustive trials and evaluation, the hospital finally chose the Zebra® HC100™ wristband printer with its unique cartridge loading features along with 3rd party 2D bar-code images with special healthcare plastics.

Prague General University Hospital
Zebra wristband solution increases patient safety and medicine administration at Prague General University Hospital.

Thibodaux Regional Medical Center
A closer look at how Thibodaux Regional Medical Center, a 185-bed acute care facility in Thibodaux, La was able to better support bedside medication verification by replacing paper bar code labels with a more durable, easy-to-scan solution in the Zebra HC100™ Patient I.D. Solution.

Valencia Hospital
As science and technology progresses, one of the biggest challenges is to reduce hospital errors as much as possible. As soon as the patient is admitted to hospital, the various processes and the intervention at different levels by medical professionals (from paramedics, nurses and doctors, to administration and laboratory staff), all increase the risk of mistakes being made. For this reason, automatic patient identification (patient ID) has become significantly important in hospitals, where it succeeds in reducing errors virtually to zero.

Kalispell Regional Medical Center
Montana hospital improves workflows and patient safety with Zebra's wristband solution.

Additional Information

SKU HC100-300E-1000
EAN 5711045739644
Print quality
Maximum resolution300 x 300 DPI
Standard printer languagesXML, ZPL, ZPL II
Print speed102 mm/sec
Maximum resolution300 x 300 DPI
Print technologyDirect thermal
Ethernet LANNo
Ports & interfaces
USB 1.1 ports quantity1
RS-232 ports1
RS-232 interfaceYes
Connectivity technologyWired
Ethernet LANNo
Internal memory16 MB
Flash memory8 MB
Paper handling
Supported paper width1.1875
Supported paper width30.16
Maximum media length (imperial)22
Maximum media length55.8 cm
Maximum label width3.02 cm
Maximum label length0.558 m
Built-in barcodesCODABAR (NW-7), Code 128 (A/B/C), Code 39, Code 49, Code 93, EAN13, Industrial 2/5, Interleaved 2/5, MaxiCode, PDF417, POSTNET, QR Code, UPC-A, UPC-E
Built-in processor32-bit RISC
Colour of productBlack, White
CertificationFCC, VCCI, C-Tick
Power requirements100-240V, 50-60Hz
Energy Star certifiedYes
Technical details
Colour of productBlack, White
Built-in barcodesCODABAR (NW-7), Code 128 (A/B/C), Code 39, Code 49, Code 93, EAN13, Industrial 2/5, Interleaved 2/5, MaxiCode, PDF417, POSTNET, QR Code, UPC-A, UPC-E
Maximum label width3.02 cm
Maximum label length0.558 m
Built-in processor32-bit RISC
Energy Star certifiedYes
CertificationFCC, VCCI, C-Tick
Weight & dimensions
Width12.7 cm
Depth24.2 cm
Height17.8 cm
Weight1.4 kg
Operational conditions
Storage temperature (T-T)-40 - 140 °F
Storage temperature (T-T)-40 - 60 °C
Storage relative humidity (H-H)5 - 85%
Operating temperature (T-T)40 - 104 °F
Operating temperature (T-T)4.4 - 40 °C
Operating relative humidity (H-H)20 - 85%
Manufacturer Zebra
Reviews No
PDF Url No

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