Label dispenser helps peel the label away from its liner manually.
The space between adjacent labels on continuous form, die cut supply.
A bar code field printed in a rotation perpendicular to the horizon so that the individual bars appear as rungs on a ladder. Also referred to as a vertical bar code.
Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A focused light source (as opposed to LEDs used in wands and CCD readers) used in fixed, moving beam, and handheld scanners.
Light-emitting diode. The light source often used in light pens.
Low frequency. RFID tags designed for the LF range generally operate at 125 kHz or 134 kHz.
Also known as a wand. A scanning device which is used as a hand held bar code reader. Requires direct contact with the printed bar code field.
A compliance marking term. Logistics of Marking and Reading symbols. A Department of Defense marking specification.
RFID over the 125Kz band. Usually used by small, inexpensive products with short read ranges (12 inches or less). Typical uses are security access cards quick payment applications.