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RFID – Non-Cont­act Informationen

RFID — Cont­act Free Information

RFID stands for “Radio Fre­quen­cy Iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on”. This tech­ni­cal sys­tem offers the pos­si­bi­li­ty to read and store data wit­hout actual­ly hand­ling the goods or having visi­ble cont­act. RFID is incre­asing­ly being used in a varie­ty of sys­tems and appli­ca­ti­ons and has beco­me a wide­ly known indus­try term. Howe­ver, only few peo­p­le real­ly under­stand the tech­no­lo­gy and are ful­ly acquain­ted with the ques­ti­ons, cri­ti­cisms and other points con­nec­ted with RFID. As this tech­no­lo­gy is defi­ni­te­ly beco­ming an indus­tri­al stan­dard, it is very important to be infor­med about its use and applications

Pal­let Label­ling accor­ding EAN128 and RFID on demand

An incre­asing num­ber of com­pa­nies and retail chains now requi­re pal­let label­ling with EAN128 and or RFID. RFID labels cost seve­ral times the pri­ce of a paper label, but as the requi­re­ments of the retail chains have to be satis­fied, we have deve­lo­ped this machine.

The label­ling machi­ne prints and dis­pen­ses the paper labels, accor­ding to the GSI Norm.The soft­ware allows a RFID label to be dis­pen­sed addi­tio­nal­ly on demand. This machi­ne gives you a 100 % con­trol over the prin­ted barcode(SSCI). You can use inex­pen­si­ve paper labels and then just dis­pen­se a RFID label, as requi­red on demand.