RFID Transponders Under Pre-printed Labels

This technology works with transponders in accordance with ISO specifications. This machine places RFID transponders under pre-printed labels, for a cost-effective RFID solution.

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Introducing “Entry-Level” RFID From Schober USA

Cincinnati, OH – Schober USA introduces a new machine which places RFID transponders under pre-printed labels, for a cost-effective RFID solution. This proven technology works with transponders in accordance with ISO specifications, in widths from 10 mm to 160 mm. Pre-printed labels with widths from 20 mm to 200 mm can be applied at rates from 5,000 to 20,000 labels per hour. On board RFID readers ensure the readability of each RFID tag before and after integration. An automatic control system keeps transponders and printed labels in register.

Other standard features built into each Schober RFID applicator make it easy to operate and maintain, including: an automatic web guide system for base material, mechanical cross-register for transponders, auto-advance for missing transponders, servo-driven labeling head for opaque and transparent label reels, and electronic rewinder with tension control for assembled labels.

Schober USA is the North American subsidiary of Schober GmBH – a worldwide leader in rotary web converting technologies for the Label-, Packaging-, Personal Care, and general Paper, Film and Foil converting industries. They customize technologies to suit particular customer requirements, often combining rotary technologies and developing customer processes to do so. For more information, contact David Grove at Schober USA, 11237 Grooms Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242, (513) 489 – 7393, or via e-mail at [email protected]. Their extensive product line and capabilities can be viewed online at www.schoberusa.com

For More Information Contact:
Schober USA
David Grove
(513) 489 – 7393
[email protected]

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