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ID Technology: ID Technology: Revolutionary, new iCONNET laser coder with Ethernet capability

ID Technology announces the new ID Technology iCONNET Laser by Macsa.  The laser comes complete with integrated touchscreen interface, photocell, nose cone protection and mounting bracket and has Ethernet capability.


Now with the use of MarcaLite software, the iCONNET can print logos and graphics as well as alphanumerics. The iCONNET laser has been specifically designed for small character coding applications in packaged goods and industrial products where it offers users an affordable laser alternative to inkjet. It enjoys all of the advantages of a laser. It is reliable and easy to use and because it uses no consumables it has a very low cost of ownership. It is clean; it leaves no mess and there are no solvent emissions. The iCONNET is small and compact so that it is easy to install in even the most confined production locations. There is an integrated touch screen interface with the option of a remote controller. The iCONNET laser takes full advantage of Macsa’s 25 year plus experience in laser technology and its partnerships with leading component manufacturers. It uses proven, high performance optics, powerful hardware and advanced, low overhead software to enable the iCONNET laser to meet the speeds of most production lines.

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