Free UPS thermal shipping labels with the Zebra ZP 450 while still using USPS, eBay, PayPal, stamps.com, endicia, and more! Use thte ZP-450 with eBay, PayPal, Amazon and more. Billionton Bluetooth Class 1 Driver Windows 10 on this page. The ZP 450 Thermal Printer by Zebra stopped production in around 2012. Because of this, driver support is limited and installation on modern systems can be tricky.
However the ZP 450 is a very solid thermal printer and is also designed to work well with the free 4×6″ UPS thermal labels as well as many other generic thermal label suppliers. Without a bit of help and reading, you’ll likely have a ton of trouble getting your ZP 450 to work to print out labels unless you’re using it only with UPS’s software. Thankfully it only takes a few minutes to also get it to work with other shipping services and sales platforms.
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Here are the instructions for getting the Zebra ZP 450 working in Windows 7 / 8 / 10 etc. I have just done this setup in 2015 and it is working great. Load a roll of thermal labels following the visual instructions you see inside the printer. Plug in your ZP 450 power and USB cable into your Windows PC. Turn on the printer using the switch at its back. Windows will most likely pop up an error message saying driver not found 3.
Download the driver for the LP 2844 printer from the Zebra website. Here is the link: (yes that’s right, you have to use the driver for the LP 2844 even if it makes no sense). Install the printer driver. You will likely also want to install the Zebra Font program and the Zebra status monitor programs that are options during the installation. During installation, you will likely be asked to pick the port your ZP 450 is plugged into. You will probably have it plugged in via USB, so it will be one of the ports listed as USB, however you will have to test via trial and error to figure out which port it is currently plugged into.