RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT /                                                                                Zebra RP4T –R0...
RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT /                                                                              Zebra RP4T –R0
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RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT /                                                                            Zebra RP4T –R0
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RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT /                                                                           Zebra RP4T –R0
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RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT /                                                                           Zebra RP4T –R0
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RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT /                                                                            Zebra RP4T –R0
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Zebra RP4T –R0

  1. 1. RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT / Zebra RP4T –R0 POWER GUIDELINES Model P4D-UXXX0000-00 The purpose of this guideline is to define the optimal transponder placement within the media such that the VIEWED FROM FACESTOCK SIDE media can be completely printed without use of the programmable encode position command. Printer/ Encoder and Firmware Mainframe/ Firewall • Note that inlay placement within media may differ for each printer/ encoder model. The guidelines Side contained within this document are relevant only for the listed printer/ encoder(s). • Guidelines are established using the latest firmware available for the printer/ encoder. Please ensure that the latest firmware is being utilized to get the optimum encoding performance. Firmware downloads a Transponder may be found at www.zebra.com. Antenna Center Transponder Orientation • Inlay orientation is critical to ensure proper encoding. • Transponder picture shown in guideline is how it must be inserted in into the media. • Picture shows the transponder orientation as seen through the facestock and media feed direction down. Transponder Carrier Label Construction Transponder Antenna • Zebra printer encoders are generally ran with a standard 1/8" gap between labels without a black mark Transponder • If transponder placement guidelines to not allow for transponder to properly fit within the wanted label size, Antenna then a black mark may need to be introduced to create a "virtual" label to ensure proper encoding. This Leading will usually also shift the label home position and therefore print formats may have to also be adjusted. Edge • The "Label Start" is defined by one of three different methods: 1) The physical leading edge of a label, 2) The leading edge of a black mark, or 3) The leading edge of a notch (Black mark and notch dimension requirements are outlined printer specifications). Transponder Antenna Placement Dimensions y Media • There are three dimensions that are critical in determining transponder placement as shown in the Feed schematic to the right and as explained below Direction Dimension Definition Explanation Printer Mainframe/ Coupling with the transponder changes across the width of the printer Firewall (or Liner and can cause x and y dimensions to vary. Please note that a Edge) to Transponder dimension is always to the antenna center, not the chip or transponder Transponder Carrier Antenna Center carrier. Dimension generally given with a +/- 3mm tolerance. Transponder Antenna Transponder Label Start to This dimension ensures coupling with the transponder in the current Transponder Antenna label to be printed without use of programmable encode position Antenna x Leading Edge command. Please note that dimension is always to the antenna x Leading leading edge, not the chip or transponder carrier. Dimension generally Edge given with a +/- 3mm tolerance. Transponder Antenna This dimension ensures coupling with only the transponder in the Label Start Leading Edge to current label. Please note that dimension is always to the antenna (Actual or y Transponder Antenna leading edge, not the chip or transponder carrier. Dimension Virtual) Leading Edge Pitch generally given as a ≥ 3 mm minimum distance. Label DISCLAIMER THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATIONS TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT/ POWER GUIDELINES OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION INLAY GUIDELINES TERMS OF USE. SUCH TERMS OF USE MAY BE FOUND AT WWW.RFID.ZEBRA.COM/ TRANSPONDERSPECS. USERS SHOULD ALWAYS TEST THE RFID TRANSPONDER AND LABELS FOR SUITABILITY Printer/ Encoder Page IN THE INTENDED APPLICATION PRIOR TO MAKING ANY MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT PURCHASES. THE GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ©2005 ZIH Corp. All Rights reserved. www.zebra.com Zebra RP4T –R0 1 of 6
  2. 2. RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT / Zebra RP4T –R0 POWER GUIDELINES Model P4D-UXXX0000-00 Transponder Transponder Placement (mm) Printer/ Encoder Settings Guideline Revision Protocol Orientation a x y # Date Manufacturer Tag Read Write Manufacturer Part Number Viewed through facestock/ Type Power Power Option Option (± 3mm) (± 2mm) (≥) ≥ Machine direction down Label A A 9 45 Gen2 17 23 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 00001 04/28/2008 Alien ALN-9540 ISO 18000-6C Label B A 18 38 Gen2 17 23 Width/2 Label A A 17 38 Gen2 14 21 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 00002 04/28/2008 Avery Dennison AD-222 ISO 18000-6C Label B A 10 45 Gen2 17 21 Width/2 Label A A 6 38 Gen2 18 21 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 00003 04/28/2008 Omron World Wave ISO 18000-6C Label B A 10 45 Gen2 16 18 Width/2 Label Gen2 A A 14 54 18 21 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 3000852 00004 05/02/2008 Raflatac ISO 18000-6C (Version 3) Label Gen2 B A 10 54 17 21 Width/2 DISCLAIMER THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATIONS TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT/ POWER GUIDELINES OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION INLAY GUIDELINES TERMS OF USE. SUCH TERMS OF USE MAY BE FOUND AT WWW.RFID.ZEBRA.COM/ TRANSPONDERSPECS. USERS SHOULD ALWAYS TEST THE RFID TRANSPONDER AND LABELS FOR SUITABILITY Printer/ Encoder Page IN THE INTENDED APPLICATION PRIOR TO MAKING ANY MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT PURCHASES. THE GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ©2005 ZIH Corp. All Rights reserved. www.zebra.com Zebra RP4T –R0 2 of 6
  3. 3. RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT / Zebra RP4T –R0 POWER GUIDELINES Model P4D-UXXX0000-00 Transponder Transponder Placement (mm) Printer/ Encoder Settings Guideline Revision Protocol Orientation a x y # Date Manufacturer Tag Read Write Manufacturer Part Number Viewed through facestock/ Type Power Power Option Option (± 3mm) (± 2mm) (≥) ≥ Machine direction down Label A A 6 54 Gen2 18 21 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 3000820 00005 05/02/2008 Raflatac ISO 18000-6C (Dogbone) Label B A 6 54 Gen2 16 21 Width/2 Label A A Width/2 10 28 Gen2 12 18 EPC C1G2/ 00006 03/31/2009 Alien ALN-9640 ISO 18000-6C Label B A 17 28 Gen2 12 18 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ Label 00007 03/31/2009 ISO 18000-6C Avery AD-824 A A 3 52 Gen2 24 24 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ Label 00008 03/31/2009 ISO 18000-6C Avery AD-814 A A Width/2 6 38 Gen2 21 21 Label A 3 30 Gen2 12 15 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 3001557 00009 03/31/2009 Raflatac A ISO 18000-6C Satellite M3 Label B Width/2 14 30 Gen2 10 10 DISCLAIMER THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATIONS TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT/ POWER GUIDELINES OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION INLAY GUIDELINES TERMS OF USE. SUCH TERMS OF USE MAY BE FOUND AT WWW.RFID.ZEBRA.COM/ TRANSPONDERSPECS. USERS SHOULD ALWAYS TEST THE RFID TRANSPONDER AND LABELS FOR SUITABILITY Printer/ Encoder Page IN THE INTENDED APPLICATION PRIOR TO MAKING ANY MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT PURCHASES. THE GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ©2005 ZIH Corp. All Rights reserved. www.zebra.com Zebra RP4T –R0 3 of 6
  4. 4. RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT / Zebra RP4T –R0 POWER GUIDELINES Model P4D-UXXX0000-00 Transponder Transponder Placement (mm) Printer/ Encoder Settings Guideline Revision Protocol Orientation a x y # Date Manufacturer Tag Read Write Manufacturer Part Number Viewed through facestock/ Type Power Power Option Option (± 3mm) (± 2mm) (≥) ≥ Machine direction down Label A A 16 25 Gen2 12 12 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 3001490 or 00010 04/06/2009 Raflatac ISO 18000-6C 3001488 Label B A 9 25 Gen2 12 12 Width/2 Label A A 18 25 Gen2 12 12 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 00011 04/06/2009 Avery AD-223 ISO 18000-6C Label B A 8 25 Gen2 12 15 Width/2 Label A A 18 25 Gen2 12 15 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 00012 04/06/2009 Avery AD-224 ISO 18000-6C Label B A 8 25 Gen2 15 15 Width/2 Label A A 4 25 Gen2 12 20 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 00013 08/25/2009 ISO 18000-6C Alien ALN-9662 Label B A 13 25 Gen2 12 22 Width/2 DISCLAIMER THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATIONS TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT/ POWER GUIDELINES OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION INLAY GUIDELINES TERMS OF USE. SUCH TERMS OF USE MAY BE FOUND AT WWW.RFID.ZEBRA.COM/ TRANSPONDERSPECS. USERS SHOULD ALWAYS TEST THE RFID TRANSPONDER AND LABELS FOR SUITABILITY Printer/ Encoder Page IN THE INTENDED APPLICATION PRIOR TO MAKING ANY MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT PURCHASES. THE GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ©2005 ZIH Corp. All Rights reserved. www.zebra.com Zebra RP4T –R0 4 of 6
  5. 5. RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT / Zebra RP4T –R0 POWER GUIDELINES Model P4D-UXXX0000-00 Transponder Transponder Placement (mm) Printer/ Encoder Settings Guideline Revision Protocol Orientation a x y # Date Manufacturer Tag Read Write Manufacturer Part Number Type Power Power Viewed through facestock/ Option Option (± 3mm) (± 2mm) (≥) ≥ Machine direction down EPC C1G2/ Label 00014 08/25/2009 Avery AD-826 A A 3 63 Gen2 21 21 ISO 18000-6C Width/2 EPC C1G2/ Label 08/25/2009 00015 ISO 18000-6C Alien ALN-9654 A A Width/2 15 25 Gen2 12 12 Label EPC C1G2/ 3001274 00016 08/25/2009 Raflatac A A Width/2 0 50 Gen2 15 15 ISO 18000-6C WEB NXP-G2 EPC C1G2/ 3001674 Raflatac Label Gen2 00017 10/01/2009 ISO 18000-6C M3 Paperclip A A 10 20 18 20 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ 3001690 Label 00018 10/01/2009 ISO 18000-6C Raflatac M3 Button A A 6 20 Gen2 15 15 Width/2 DISCLAIMER THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATIONS TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT/ POWER GUIDELINES OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION INLAY GUIDELINES TERMS OF USE. SUCH TERMS OF USE MAY BE FOUND AT WWW.RFID.ZEBRA.COM/ TRANSPONDERSPECS. USERS SHOULD ALWAYS TEST THE RFID TRANSPONDER AND LABELS FOR SUITABILITY Printer/ Encoder Page IN THE INTENDED APPLICATION PRIOR TO MAKING ANY MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT PURCHASES. THE GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ©2005 ZIH Corp. All Rights reserved. www.zebra.com Zebra RP4T –R0 5 of 6
  6. 6. RFID TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT / Zebra RP4T –R0 POWER GUIDELINES Model P4D-UXXX0000-00 Transponder Transponder Placement (mm) Printer/ Encoder Settings Guideline Revision Protocol Orientation a x y # Date Manufacturer Tag Read Write Manufacturer Part Number Viewed through facestock/ Type Power Power Option Option (± 3mm) (± 2mm) (≥) ≥ Machine direction down EPC C1G2/ 3001698 Label 00019 10/01/2009 ISO 18000-6C Raflatac M3 Trap A A 7 32 Gen2 18 18 Width/2 EPC C1G2/ Label 00020 11/05/2009 ISO 18000-6C Avery AD-805 A A Width/2 15 25 Gen2 12 15 DISCLAIMER THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATIONS TRANSPONDER PLACEMENT/ POWER GUIDELINES OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN THE ZEBRA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION INLAY GUIDELINES TERMS OF USE. SUCH TERMS OF USE MAY BE FOUND AT WWW.RFID.ZEBRA.COM/ TRANSPONDERSPECS. USERS SHOULD ALWAYS TEST THE RFID TRANSPONDER AND LABELS FOR SUITABILITY Printer/ Encoder Page IN THE INTENDED APPLICATION PRIOR TO MAKING ANY MATERIAL OR EQUIPMENT PURCHASES. THE GUIDELINE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ©2005 ZIH Corp. All Rights reserved. www.zebra.com Zebra RP4T –R0 6 of 6

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