The following printers are recommended for printing barcode price labels using MicroBiz Cloud:

Zebra ZD411  – Direct Thermal Printer – for standard price labels . (Important: MicroBiz standard label formats only work with the 203 dpi version of this printer)

Zebra ZD421  – Thermal Transfer Printer -for weather resistant price labels. (Important: MicroBiz standard label formats only work with the 203 dpi version of this printer)

The discontinued ZD410 and ZD420 Zebra printer model are supported by MicroBiz for use with MicroBiz Cloud.  Additional Zebra printers may also be compatible.  MicroBiz Cloud v2.0 integrates with Zebra printers using Zebra’s BrowserPrint integration technology.  As a result, the following Zebra printers with 203 dpi print heads and the BrowserPrint technology should work with MicroBiz Cloud.

QLn series

ZT200™ series

ZT400™ series

ZD500™ series

ZD400™ series




Only certain models of the Zebra TLP 2024 may work, depending on whether the model supports the Zebra BrowserPrint technology.  Please check with Zebra to see the your Zebra LP2824 model supports BrowserPrint. 

No other receipt printers are compatible with MicroBiz Cloud for printing barcode price labels.   

Note: Tag printing is only supported for use with a Windows or Mac desktop computer as the Zebra software must be installed on a computer.

On this article we will use the ZD410 as an example but the steps are similar for every Zebra Printer

1. Connect your Zebra ZD410 printer

Follow the steps below to connect the printer into an AC electrical outlet. The light on the power cycle rectangle turns green once power is connected.

NOTE: It's best to use direct connections instead of USB hubs and power cords.

2. Insert your Zebra ZD410 label roll

  1. To open the printer's lid, pull the yellow latches towards you and lift the lid upwards.
  2. Pull the yellow roll guides apart and insert the roll with the labels face up.
  3. Release the the roll guides and push them together to make sure the roll is secure and turning freely.
  4. Pull the labels out past the cutter at the front of the printer.
  5. Push the labels under the roll guides.
  6. Flip the labels up and align the media sensor to the center position.


  7. Push the lid down to snap both yellow latches shut.

3. Calibrate your Zebra ZD410 printer

For the printer to recognize the size of your labels, perform an initial calibration:

  1. Follow the steps above to insert your label roll.
  2. Press the power button and wait for the solid green status indicator light.
  3. Hold the pause and cancel buttons down for 2 seconds and let go. The printer will measure and feed a few blank labels.
  4. Once the printer stops and the status indicator light is solid green, the calibration is complete.

NOTE: An initial calibration is necessary when the new roll is a different label size. You do not need to calibrate after inserting a new roll of the same label size. The printer will automatically adjust or you can press the feed button twice before printing.

4. Print your Configuration reports

To verify your printer is operating, print your Configuration reports:

  1. Follow the steps above to insert your label roll.
  2. Press the power button and wait for the solid green status indicator light.
  3. Hold the feed and cancel buttons down for 2 seconds and let go. Your Configuration reports will print.

  4.  Press the power button to turn off your printer.

    **Printing the Configuration Reports can be bypassed if you are sure labels are aligned properly and the printer is working**

5. Add the Zebra ZD410 to your computer

Pair your printer with your MacOS computer

  1. On your computer, go to System Settings > Printers & Scanners.
  2. Click Add Printer, Scanner, Or Fax… This will open a new window.
  3. Select the Zebra Technologies ZTC ZD41X-XXXdpi ZPL - USB.

    The numbers next to the ZD41X- may change due to the model and resolution of the printer you purchased.Search ZD4XX.png

  4. Go to Use: and select Choose a Driver > Select Software.
  5. Search Zebra, select Zebra ZPL Label Printer, and click OK.Zebra ZPL
  6. Click Add.Add printer

Your Zebra printer is now paired with your computer and ready to print labels for your products.

ZD4XX paired


Install the Zebra Browser Print on MAC

please follow the steps in this article

Once it is installed please open the Zebra Browser Print and follow these steps:

  1. Click on Change to the right of the Default Devices heading

  2. Your printer should be located after the application has searched your system

  3. The valid printer should automatically be selected if you only have one Zebra printer installed into Windows

  4. Select Set to set this as your Zebra Label Printer for printing in your Browser
  5. You will now see your printer listed in the Zebra Browser Print application

  6. Select the Red X in the upper right of the application to close the Settings form

6. Adding MicroBiz to the Zebra Browser Print Settings 
     - Initial Setup

  1. From the Back Office menu of your MicroBiz account, click Catalog
  2. Then select Price Labels
  3. Set your format to the size of label in your Zebra Printer
    I.E.:  2.25" x 1.25" Name, Price, Barcode
  4. Select Test
  5. You should receive a prompt to add your URL to the Zebra Browser Print Settings, select YES to this, then cancel the test printing in MicroBiz.  The next time you attempt to print you will be able to see your printer in the drop down list.

  6. Your Zebra Printer should now be setup to print labels from MicroBiz.  You can select the Test button again to print a test label.  Be sure to use the drop down option to choose your printer.
  7. If you wish to print a real label instead of a test, you can do this from the product itself, or you can print labels after creating and/or receiving a vendor shipment or purchase order.  Alternatively if you send your labels to print from the Price Labels Queue, you can print your labels from this section as well.

If you check your Zebra Browser Print Settings, you will now see your URL listed in this application as an Accepted Hosts