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New RFID printer-applicator rejects invalidated tags
14
May '08
Do you need to print, encode and apply RFID tags on the production line to meet the requirements of Wal-Mart, Sam's Club or other companies? Now you can do it in one step, using just one system.

And Weber's making it easy with the new Model 5300rfid SmartTrak label printer-applicator. The system comes with a choice of thermal-transfer print engines that provide high-resolution, 203- or 300-dpi printing, plus RFID encoding and verification at up to 12 ips.

It means that you can print great text, bar codes and graphics, encode RFID inlays with the latest protocols and apply the labels - all at the same time.

And that's not all. If an encoded Weber SmartTrak RFID label cannot be validated, "Void" is imprinted on the label and a unique swing-plate retrieves it before it's applied. That saves time and money.


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