Getting Started: Printer setup & connecting to the Zenput Labels app

Video: Setup instructions   See below for screenshots for Windows devices. 

Video: How to use the Zenput Labels app

Label Printer Setup

  1. Remove Printer from box.
  2. Attach power cord into the back of the printer and plug into an outlet (note the serial number on the bottom).
  3. Open the printer top by moving the yellow holders towards you.
  4. Add the label roll into the yellow holder, pull the labels toward you just past the front of the printer, and put the labels under the yellow guides.
  5. Press the power button on the top left to turn on the printer. Wait until the far left light is green.
  6. Perform Smart Calibration by holding the PAUSE and CANCEL buttons for two seconds. The labels should go in and out for a few seconds.

iPad setup instructions:

  1. On your iPad, go to your device Settings > Bluetooth and turn Bluetooth on.
    • In the list of devices, find the number that corresponds to the serial number on the bottom of your printer and connect to it.
  2. Then, download Zenput Labels from the app store and open it.
  3. Log in with your Zenput login credentials
  4. From the main menu, go to Settings
  5. Select “Serial Printer” from the list of printers.
  6. To ensure your printer is aligned, press Calibrate on the top left of the Settings page.
    1. Press ‘Test Print” to see how the labels are aligned
    2. Adjust the alignment accordingly by following the calibration instructions on the screen.
  7. Once your test print is aligned, you’re ready to go!

Windows setup instructions:

Connecting your Windows device to the printer

  1. Follow the paper instructions from inside the box to turn the printer on, correctly insert the label roll, calibrate the printer, and print a test configuration report (ignore the websites on the front side of the instructions).
  2. On the bottom right of the home screen, open the menu and click 'All Settings".
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  3. In the Windows Settings page, select 'Devices'.
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  4. Then, click 'Add Bluetooth or other device'.
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  5. Choose 'Bluetooth' from the list of types of devices.
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  6. On the bottom side of the printer, locate the Serial Number, which is near the middle of the large Zebra sticker.
  7. In your Bluetooth settings, you should see your printer's Serial Number. Select the serial number to connect to the printer.

Download the Zenput Labels App

  1. Go to the Microsoft Store.
  2. In the search tab, type in Zenput Labels
  3. Download the Zenput Labels app.

Android setup instructions:

Connecting your Android tablet to the printer

  1. Follow the paper instructions on the inside of the box to turn the printer on, correctly insert the label roll, calibrate the printer, and print a test configuration report (ignore the websites on the front side).
  2. Navigate to your Android tablets settings and go to the Bluetooth settings. 
  3. On the bottom side of the printer, locate the Serial Number, which is near the middle of the large Zebra sticker.
  4. In your Bluetooth settings, you should see the Serial Number under the ‘Other Devices’ section. Connect to that printer.

Download the Zenput Labels App

  1. Go to the Google Playstore 
  2. In the search tab, type in Zenput Labels
  3. Download the Zenput Labels app.

For all tablets:

Connecting the Zenput Labels App to the printer

  1. Open the Zenput Labels app and log in with the email and password you usually use to log into Zenput.
  2. Once logged in, tap on the top right of the screen.
  3. From that settings screen, select the printer that matches your printer’s serial number, or select the button that says "Serial Printer"
  4. Your printer is ready!

Testing the printer

  1. Select one of the ingredients and print out a couple of labels.
  2. Check to make sure that everything is legible and that no words or numbers are cut off.
  3. If the printing seems misaligned, go to the Settings page of the Zenput Labels app. From there, go to the Calibration screen.
  4. Follow the instructions on the screen to manually align the labels.
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