Press Release Summary:
Featuring wireless ethernet connectivity, Avery Dennison(TM) print/apply systems and 6405 wireless RFID printers can communicate remotely with routers and other devices using electromagnetic waves. Available with external components and power supply that equip them for wireless operation, they can be transported to various locations within facility and operated remotely. Systems are suited for RFID and bar code labeling applications in apparel, footwear, and industrial packaging operations.
Original Press Release:
Wireless Operation Now Available with Full Line of Avery Dennison RFID and Bar-Code Labeling Systems
Wireless systems benefit users in apparel and industrial labeling operations
PHILADELPHIA -- Wireless ethernet connectivity is now available for all current production Avery Dennison Printer Systems printers and print/apply labeling systems, including the AVERY DENNISON(TM) 6405 Wireless RFID printer. The wireless capability enhances RFID and bar code labeling flexibility in apparel, footwear, retail and industrial packaging and labeling operations, and potentially reduces costs associated with wired networks.
Wireless-enabled systems communicate remotely with routers and other devices using electromagnetic waves. Companies can now order wireless-ready printers and print/apply systems from Avery Dennison, along with the external components and power supply that equip the systems for wireless operation. Once deployed, the systems can be transported as needed to various locations within a facility and operated remotely without wired connections.
According to Avery Dennison Printer Systems Marketing Manager Dan Williams, wireless operation offers valuable business benefits. "For example," Williams says, "it can eliminate the need to install or upgrade wiring in older and multi-story facilities, reducing labeling costs."
Wireless Card for 5.4 RFID Printers
In a related development, Avery Dennison Printer Systems has introduced a wireless flash card for AVERY DENNISON AP5.4 RFID Printers. Users can upgrade an existing AP5.4 RFID printer to wireless capability simply by inserting the card into the printer's card slot. Upgraded AP5.4 printers have a wireless range of up to 200 feet indoors.
Avery Dennison Printer Systems is a business unit of Avery Dennison's Retail Information Services Division.
Avery Dennison's Retail Information Services Division brings to industry a powerful, global offering of information management, brand identification and solution-enabling products. Brand identification products include fashion-inspired woven and printed fabric labels, heat transfers and embellishments for tag-free labeling, graphic tags, integrated bar code tags, leather and leather-like patches, sock bands, size stickers . . . and more. Among the company's Information management products are RFID and bar code price tickets, and carton and pallet labels; web-enabled order entry systems; and the InfoChain Express(TM) supply chain management solution, which tracks purchase orders and assists users in meeting the US Customs' 24-hour Manifest Mandate. Solution enabling products include RFID printers and print/apply systems, bar-code printers, heat-transfer bonders, molded plastic fastening and application devices, anti-counterfeiting and diversion tools. The organization operates product ID ticketing centers and service bureaus in 35 countries and maintains mature, highly reliable global distribution processes throughout Asia, North and South America, Europe and Africa. Major markets include retail, apparel, softlines and hardgoods.
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