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January 29, 2014
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Able to encode and verify RFID labels, the new AP 5.4 RFID printer produces 1D and 2D bar codes, graphics and human-readable copy on label surfaces. The microprocessor-driven unit features detect and reject capability for improperly encoded labels, which are identified via a printed marker. The printer can accommodate 432-, 434- and 436-in. RFID label sizes. Featuring Ethernet, serial and parallel interfaces, the printer can be controlled and operated from a remote PC. An echo-command function displays the same command simultaneously on the printer's display screen and the remote PC's monitor. According to the co., the AP 5.4 RFID can perform most real-world RFID labeling tasks as quickly and efficiently as any RFID printer on the market, but has a lower price than many continuous-duty RFID printers.
Avery Dennison Printer Systems, 215/728-8054. www.ris.averydennison.com
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