Checkpoint Systems debuts RFID printer

Checkpoint Systems Inc. has introduced the METO branded mi-4210 RFID, a 13.56 MHz (HF) and EPC-compliant 900 MHz (UHF) thermal RFID printer that supports both basic bar coding and advanced data capture. The printer allows the use of smart labels to combine both product-specific bar code information and radio frequency data in a single thermal label by incorporating a radio frequency circuit into the printed label.

The METO mi-4210 RFID printer comes in two versions: fully enabled to encode all available RFID protocols, and an upgradeable version offering bar code printing only with ability to add RFID encoding at a later date.

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