I need a tamp/blow applicator with the following capabilities: encoding and bad-tag recognition and removal. I am new to the applicator market and need one for a current project. Any assistance you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
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There are a number of companies that offer RFID label printers that reject labels with defective RFID transponders in them (which is less of a problem than it was a few years ago). Kirk-Rudy's KR555RFID label applicator can accurately apply up to 30,000 RFID labels per hour. FOX IV's has a range of fully automated RFID print-encode-apply systems powered by Zebra Technologies, SATO, Honeywell and Printronix print engines. It has models for printing and encoding HF tags, as well as for a range of UHF tags. FOX IV's RFID systems detect "out of spec" tags so bad tags aren't applied. Also, check out Label-Aire's line of RFID labeling applicators and printer applicators.
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Mark, thank you very much for your assistance! The information you provided was very helpful.