Do you have to comply with the MIL-STD-129 labeling rules? Looking for a way to get into compliance quickly and easily?
Quite often we are asked to put together a proposal for an RFID labeling solution for our DoD contractor customers. One that’s easy to get started (as often there is a deadline involved) and one that will work without disruption to the current work flow.
We have installed a lot of these over the years and have a really good feel for what combination of components make up a solution that is reliable to use at a competitive price point.
As a result, we are pleased to offer the Winco ID RFID Compliance Kit bundled at a special price.
Here’s what is included:
- Datamax M-4308 RFID label printer/encoder
- On-site service plan to keep everything running nicely
- Bartender RFID Enterprise label software
- Winco’s DoD label templates
- Tharo PR100 RFID Reader
- RFID thermal transfer labels
- Thermal transfer ribbons
- On-site training to get you up and labeling fast (training on-line outside of our service area)
What I really like about this bundled kit is that I’d buy exactly the same if I was installing a new system for my own use. I know everything works well and it is easy for us to support. Our label formats enable the printing of all the labels from Unit to MSL.
Struggling with MIL-STD-129? Here’s the solution!
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