In-Process Encoding: Ten Key Differentiators
1) Direct Inlay Encoding:
The PAD3500 can directly encode thin clear RFID inlays without
the need for paper facestock (an additional expense that is required
for competing printer/encoders). This saves you money. You avoid
the 'tag converting' cost of having paper facestock applied to
bare inlays which are afterall, the functional part of an RFID
is driving down the cost of transponders by directly encoding and
applying RFID inlays.
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2) Easy Setup and
Installation: You can start encoding RFID tags within 10
minutes from the time that you receive a shipment of ADASA RFID
encoders. The setup steps are extremely simple and do not require
3) Internal Control: ADASA RFID tag
encoders do not require any external computer to operate. Everything
that is needed to assure 100% unique EPC SGTIN tags is already built
into the unit. This saves you time, money, and the need for support
4) Fast Encoding:
ADASA tag encoders are fast, challenging operators to keep up with the
pace, running at up to 30 tags per minute. Your workers can tag over
10,000 items during a typical 8-hour work shift.
ADASA encoders are at least 3 times faster than desk top printers.
5) Variable Web Width: ADASA encoders
can support a wide range of web widths from 1.0" to 6.0". This means
that your investment will easily adapt to changes in RFID tag technical
6) Leading Tag Types: ADASA PAD3500
models are capable of encoding a wide range of tags and inlays from
leading RFID suppliers including: Avery Dennison. UPM Raflatac, Alien
Technology, Sirit, Invengo, Metalcraft, and OmniID.
7) Tag Pitch: The tag pitch ranges
from 0.612" (15.55 mm) to 6". Unlike competing desk top printer
products, the ADASA encoder does not need to jog tags back and forth to
encode and dispense tags. This saves significant amounts of time and
8) No Adjustments Needed: Switching
between tag sizes and types is easy, just snap on the new cartridge and
begin tagging with no user adjustments to the encoder.
9) Standoff: For tags that need a
foam standoff (i.e. FAT tags) there is no problem accommodating the
extra tag thickness through the encoder. Unlike desk top printers,
ADASA encoders can easily encode and dispense tags that are 0.125"
thick, more than enough to enable high-efficiency encoding of tags that
work on metals and liquids.
10) GS1-compliant Serialization: GS1 Serialization Guidelines use a minimum number of most significant bits in the
38-bit serial number field to pre-allocate blocks of numbers to encoders and encoding facilities. This is all covered by
ADASA's U.S. Patent 8,228,198 which is now available for licensing separate from ADASA encoding products.