Labeling system

Finalist in Test Instruments, Meters, and Data-loggers in Consulting-Specifying Engineer's 2011 Product of the Year competition

05/09/2011


K-Sun Corp.’s Green Machine Labeling System is a label, heat-shrink tube, and bar-code thermal-transfer printer system for professional, pressure-sensitive labels. The product runs on standard AA batteries or an international ac adapter; advanced features include a large, high-intensity backlit display. It has hot keys for making patch-panel, wire-wrap, or flag labels for wire and cable identification. Combined with the company’s MaxiLabel Pro Ver. 3.0 software, the product can create hundreds of ANSI safety, industrial, and general symbols, and it has the ability to easily import custom images. Add-on symbols libraries include laboratory/medical, electrical, and homeland security.

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