Can your printer keep up
with the speed of business?
For years, Printronix Auto ID has been the printer of choice for the automotive industry. And, just as automotive and production requirements have evolved, our printers have evolved to meet these challenges. The introduction of the ODV-2D printer/validator is especially important for its ability to print, validate and generate reports for 2D barcodes.
Track & Trace
Parts labeling is an important and growing legal requirement for manufacturing, automotive and aeronautical industries. New standards require that each item be labeled and that those labels contain more information than ever before. In some cases such as airbags, they may also require a 2D barcode that can be read even if the label is torn apart. To meet these standards and avoid costly fines, companies are turning to printers like the ODV-2D with the ability to print, validate and generate a report of each barcode printed. In addition to the durable construction and reliable operation you’ve come to expect from Printronix, the T6000 and T8000 offer a mix of RFID capabilities and our exclusive ODV-1D and ODV-2D technologies.
Barcode Data Validation
With compliance fines on the rise, companies are looking to verify their barcodes before shipping. Printronix uses its exclusive Online Data Validation (ODV) technology to validate barcodes. The new ODV-2D is the industry’s first affordable, fully integrated solution for printing and validating 1D and 2D barcodes. Built on the robust T8000 printer platform, ODV-2D includes a built-in printer and data validator that grades barcodes to ISO standards and stores a detailed report of each transaction. Our exclusive technology reads each barcode, overstrikes the entire label of a rejected barcode, and reprints a new label.
ROI of Good Barcodes
With the growing incidence of returned and condemned shipments plus an increase in fines, the cost of a new ODV printer can be recouped by avoiding even one single fine. And unlike other validation solutions, ODV printers operate without supervision, store a record of each label printed and can be used in conjunction with RFID technology.
Mobile Inspection Labels
Quality inspection labels are crucial for ensuring effective track & trace of products throughout the supply chain. Printronix offers enterprise grade mobile and stationary solutions designed to elevate confidence in business operations. The M4L2 is a rugged mobile printer with dual antennas and long battery life that will keep your operation running smoothly. The optional IP54 case allows it to thrive in dusty and dirty environments.
24/7 Industrial Operation
Downtime is not an option on a busy floor. Assembly line manufacturing require the highest quality and dependability in printers. Our enterprise-grade label printers and ODV solutions ensure that even the largest manufactures stay up and running while delivering best in class results. The T6000 is an industrial mid-range printer that is well suited for most applications but if your operation is working 24/7 we recommend the T8000, our most durable and versatile printer.
Manufacturing can occur in some of the harshest environments around the world. Whether its extreme temperatures, dusty, dirty or humid conditions our printers excel where others fail.
The Right Label Material
Choosing the right printer is only part of the success of your application. Are your labels going to be stored outside? Do they need to be water resistant or do you need an RIFD tag? GENUINE PRINTRONIX SUPPLIES will work with you to identify the right labeling materials for your needs and make sure you’re getting it at the most cost effective price available.
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