TracePack introduces new 88S CIJ Security System
Issued by TracePack - Jul 4th 2018, 14:28
Print Invisible, UV Light Readable. Product Security and Counterfeit Avoidance.
TracePack’s Model 88S Security is targeted at product traceability, security, counterfeit avoidance and brand protection applications. Ensure the product in question is truly your product.
Print real-time One-Dimensional (1D) and Two-Dimensional (2D) barcodes— Datamatrix, QR Code and other custom dot codes on demand. Barcodes can be encrypted with company and product specific serialisation information.
Invisible ink prints clear and invisible—can only be seen when fluoresced with UV light. The codes and marks light up a bright blue colour. Printing is permanent to a wide range of substrates—drying immediately on metal, glass, plastic and more.
Invisible codes survive high temperatures and remain invisible when exposed to high temperatures, steam processes such as that used for pasteurisations or sterilisation processes.
Typical applications mark and code one, two or 3 shifts per day or 24/7 operations, five to seven days per week, averaging 4,000 – 8,760-hour annual operation. Utilise integrated RS232 and programmable inputs\outputs for remote control and communications.
Systems are simplified to allow anyone to operate, minimizing operator touches, extending time between human interaction.
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Pharmaceutical counterfeiting is putting millions of lives at risk each year, and governments around the world are taking action to address this growing problem. For many, the principal weapon in that fight is track and trace regulations centered on product serialization – assigning and affixing a unique number to products and tracking them throughout the supply chain.
Pharmacode or pharmaceutical binary code is a barcode standard used in the pharmaceutical industry as a packing control system, it is readable despite printing errors and can be printed in multiple colours, which are used to protect pharmaceutical companies from legal liability and is a must for Pharmaceutical traceability. It would allow you to see the origin and other information about the drugs, as well as tracking forward to see the route of the product up until the sale. This would be the core of any form of Pharma track and trace system.
Traceability has become a ‘buzz word’ with regard to food, particularly following a number of food safety incidents during which traceability systems have been shown to be weak or absent and hence slow or unable to assure consumers of food safety. Food crises in the past, such as the Listeriosis outbreak in 2018 have resulted in the consumer calling for greater visibility and precision in the global food supply chain.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to have a major impact on the food supply chain – all the way from the farm to the individual buying food from a retail outlet.