SATO has announced an expansion of its CL4e HF RFID Series industrial tabletop printer offering. Designed and built especially for item-level tracking and traceability application, the SATO CL4e HF RFID printer is ideal for labeling in libraries, hospitals, pharmacies and entertainment venues.The CL4e HF RFID Series support HF 13.56MHz RFID tag inlays such as I-Code and Tag-IT. It prints at speeds up to 6" per second and features a variety of plug-in interface cards including Parallel, RS-232C (Serial), USB, LAN and WLAN, along with optional cutter or dispenser media handling capabilities.
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