Label-Aire (Fullerton, CA) has released the 2111/14 electronic article surveillance labeler that applies security tags to any package. Microprocessor-controlled labeler has an advanced stepper drive, and options such as a 10” drop-down snorkel, and a 14” or 20” nonpowered unwind for reaching tight spaces.
Graphic Resources (Cedar Rapids, IA) offers source tagging for products and packages to manufacturers and retailers. The company has experience apply-ing various types of source tags, including Sensormatic and Checkpoint Systems.
The Avery Dennison Printer Systems' (Philadelphia, PA) Datapply EAS Dual Labeler automatically applies roll-fed Electronic Article Surveillance tags to packages during the converting stage at speeds to 300 labels/min.
In a collaboration with Sensormatic Electronics (Deerfield Beach, FL), George Gordon Associates (Nashua, NH) has developed a new machine that places elect-ronic ar-ticle surveilance (EAS) labels or "packets" inside rigid containers.