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January 29, 2014
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Designed specifically for top- and bottom-labeling of media products such as DVDs and CDs, Series 7700 labelers can be supplied with one, two or three labeling heads. The labelers use the air-cylinder-tamp method of label application to provide positive label control, and rigid mounting of the heads facilitate accurate labeling. PLC controls are standard, flexible and upgradable; an I/O expansion kit also is included. Storage for up to 50 product recipes can be accommodated, and an LCD provides easy-to-read, simple menus. Remote mounting of the LCD is available. Other features include an adjustable product sensor delay, resettable product and label counters and fiber optic, tip-of-peeler-bar label sensing for apply-only labeling heads. The units also feature a heavy-duty, aluminum-plate and stainless-steel construction. Options include left- or right-hand configurations, a low-label/web-break alarm package with beacon, an ultrasonic clear-label sensor with auto-teach function and a capacitive clear-label sensor.
Labeling Systems, Inc., 201/405-0767. www.labelingsystems.com
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