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ID Technology adds RFID to label printer applicator system

June 23, 2006

ID Technology, a provider of labeling, coding and marking solutions, announced that its Knock-Down Carton Label Printer Applicator system now applies printed and encoded RFID labels.

The IDT Model 250r printer applicator, a heavy-duty, vacuum-free case feeding system, reads, writes, verifies, and applies RFID tags to the top, bottom, sides, or multiple panels of different sized boxes. The 250r’s modular design integrates into any packaging system and allows users to “hot swap” spare assemblies in a few minutes, reducing downtime.

“The 250r provides customers with an extremely flexible, RFID print and apply solution,” says Alan Shipman, ID Technology vice president. “The capability to read, write and verify RFID tags in addition to applying them, combined with the 250r’s modular design, user-configurability, and high speed provides users with a solution for a myriad of applications.”

The Knock-Down system comes standard with a 32" case feeding magazine, “vacuum-free” mechanical case separation, case transfer by powered rollers, and a gravity discharge/re-stacking platform. Users also have easy access to the system’s case and label re-loading areas. The system is rated for heavy-duty use and features a welded frame with 10" aluminum channel and stainless and plated steel construction.
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