SATO America, Inc: RFID Gen 2 operability

Sato America has demonstrated RFID Gen 2 interoperability with its CL408e and CL412e RFID-enabled thermal bar-code printers. Printers offer the latest in UHF RFID multi-protocol technology by supporting Class 1 and Class 0+, as well as ISO standards.

Also capable of supporting worldwide frequency bands. These industrial tabletop printers are said to deliver high-speed, high-performance label throughput from their rugged designs.

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