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January 29, 2014
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The enhanced Model 401X print-and-apply pallet labeler can be configured for optional RFID pallet tagging as well as standard corner, side and multi-panel labeling. Suitable for pallets, barrels and other large containers, the 401X offers a standard reach of up to 14-in. with the option of extending the reach to 36-in. Now equipped with an Allen-Bradley PLC and an Allen-Bradley PanelView 550 touchscreen user interface, the labeler offers extreme production flexibility and simple operation, the co. states. The labeler also features a plant-wide network to download labeling data, enable the labeler to communicate with other line equipment and automate changeovers. With full clock and calendar functions as well as serialization, the labeler can print fixed and variable data, including text and graphics and a wide array of bar codes using either a thermal-transfer or direct-thermal printer.
NJM/CLI, 603/448-0300. www.njmcli.com
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