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SATO America, Inc: Label printing solution uses high frequency RFID inlays

SATO’s updated CL4e HF RFID Series thermal transfer and direct thermal industrial tabletop printers enable customers to use HF RFID tags for product authentication and asset tracking by producing high-quality labels with embedded 13.56MHz High Frequency RFID tags.

The CL4e HF RFID Series printers support HF 13.56MHz RFID tag inlays such as I-Code and Tag-IT, the industry standards for high-frequency (HF) smart label solutions. Provides print speeds up to 6 ips (inches/second), a variety of plug-in interface cards including Parallel, RS-232C (Serial), USB, LAN and WLAN, along with optional cutter or dispenser media handling capabilities. The CL4e HF RFID features industrial durability, easy operation, and simple integration for HF RFID applications.

Said to be more secure than currently used AIDC systems, RFID technology’s secure wireless data collection transactions provide high accuracy and impressive ROI in data collection processes.

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