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This content was submitted directly to this Web site by the supplier.Article | June 28, 2007
New Version of Weber Label Design Software
Also includes RFID encoding capabilities
Weber Marking Systems has announced the availability of the newest version of its exclusive Legitronic® Labeling Software, which includes label design and printing functions as well as radio frequency identification (RFID) smart label encoding capabilities. Version 3.6.0 of Weber’s labeling software is an intuitive package that combines advanced editing and other key features to maximize the efficiency of label formatting, editing, printing and RFID encoding for virtually any labeling application. To ease compliance with the newest RFID requirements of many retailers and government agencies, the software supports the encoding of EPC-compatible smart labels to meet Class 1 Gen 2 specifications. The new software release also features the flexibility to eliminate the need to maintain a separate database for label information. Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) features ensure compatibility with many popular database, word processing and graphic design programs. Remote input capabilities also permit direct input from other devices, such as scalesand PLCs. Labels can be created from a selection of built-in features, including numerous bar code symbologies. Handy pull-down menus streamline formatting to a single screen. This VBA-enabled (Visual Basic Application) package also helps customize label design and print functions. In addition, a special version of the software package – the Secure Series – is available. It includes a new Security Administrator to help meet the requirements of FDA 21 CFR Part 11, a compliance standard regarding the recording and retention of secure label information and electronic signatures. Legitronic® Labeling Software is compatible with thermal-transfer, direct-thermal and laser label printers and RFID printer-encoders, as well as with standard Windows®-based printers. For use in networks, it handles multiple systems and shared file support, while a built-in security system restricts use and protects information.
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