Paxar Corp.: Compact RFID labels

Paxar now offers short feed-length 915 MHz Class One RFID smart labels in lengths as short as 1”. The Monarch 9855 RFID printer/encoder’s state-of-the-art design and unique antenna system allow it to encode these small labels reliably, without interference from the next label.

Therefore, users don’t have to modify their bar-coding system when faced with printing RFID labels on small packages.

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