Home Internet of Things Aerospace Apparel Energy Defense Health Care Logistics Manufacturing Retail

RFID News Roundup

New Avery Dennison RBIS printer supports faster label printing, RFID encoding, data verification ••• IDTronic unveils two new UHF RFID antennas ••• SecureRF announces Secure NFC tag featuring PKI authentication ••• DecaWave launches partnership program for UWB micro-location technology ••• Checkpoint Systems debuts new ARC-certified RFID labels, updates POS solutions ••• Nedap opens U.S. office to accelerate growth in the retail sector ••• Janam intros rugged RFID-enabled mobile computer with multi-OS support.
By Beth Bacheldor
Jan 22, 2015

The following are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Avery Dennison RBIS; IDTronic; SecureRF; DecaWave; Checkpoint Systems; Nedap; and Janam Technologies.

New Avery Dennison RBIS Printer Supports Faster Label Printing, RFID Encoding, Data Verification

Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS) has announced its new Monarch tabletop ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID encoder and bar-code printer (thermal direct or thermal transfer). The new Avery Dennison Tabletop Printer 1 (ADTP1) is designed to serve a range of marking applications. It was built to accelerate bar-code and RFID label and tag printing, encoding, verifying, cutting and stacking, RBIS reports, so companies can better move merchandise quickly and accurately through the supply chain. The printer's optional RFID encoder and verifier modules are compatible with the EPC Gen 2 and ISO 18000-63 standards.

The ADTP1 features a fast processor that offers print speeds of up to 12 inches per second (ips), a large internal supply capacity that can reduce the need for roll changes by as much as 50 percent, non-stop RFID encoding and verification at 8 ips, a three-color backlit display for instant visual identification of printer status, and support for dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n. The printer's optional RFID data verifier is designed to overstrike bad RFID labels and tags, and to immediately alert the operator. Other features include auto-correct capabilities, dual motor ribbon control and an enhanced media-sensing system.

The tabletop device measures 13.8 inches (351 millimeters) in height, 11.5 inches (292 millimeters) in width and 21.5 inches (546 millimeters) in depth, and weighs 32 pounds.

Login and post your comment!

Not a member?

Signup for an account now to access all of the features of RFIDJournal.com!

Case Studies Features Best Practices How-Tos
Live Events Virtual Events Webinars
Simply enter a question for our experts.
RFID Journal LIVE! RFID in Health Care LIVE! LatAm LIVE! Brasil LIVE! Europe RFID Connect Virtual Events RFID Journal Awards Webinars Presentations