Singapore – September 3, 2008 – Worldlabel Holding PTE LTD will conduct product demonstrations of XTRACK V5, the premier RFID smart label converting machine at Booth #6518, Labelexpo Americas, September 9 – 11, Chicago.
XTRACK V5 provides a low cost method of converting RFID tags or inlays to be embedded accurately onto paper or polyester labels. It also boasts the highest read rates in the industry and its novel online bad tag detection and removal system assures maximum quality, reliability and readability of finished Smart labels.
"We're confident this machine will meet the most demanding RFID label converting needs in the industry. Its versatility, compactness and accuracy in embedding inlays as well as bad tag rejection is a major advancement in Smart Label converting technology and makes this machine one of a kind," said Alex Choong, vice president, Worldlabel Holdings.
XTRACK V5 is able to inspect and embed only Readable & Writable RFID tags during the RFID conversion process. All rejected RFID tags are reeled back and will not be dispensed. The machine is flexible enough to accommodate a variety of label sizes and types or brands of RFID inlays to be accurately embedded in the label.
It can be integrated into existing label converting lines or used as a stand-alone unit. Set-up is simple and turn-around time for creating different batches of RFID Labels is very fast.
Worldlabel Holdings PTE LTD is a manufacturing company involved in RFID tag embedding and smart label converting technologies.
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