Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6All prices per 100 labels (£) Minimum Order 300 labels Qty 300(min) 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 38 x 19mm 50.45 32.40 20.25 17.30 14.05 13.00 50 x 19mm 50.45 32.40 20.25 17.30 14.05 13.00 50 x 25mm 51.20 30.95 21.40 18.70 15.10 14.10 65 x 20mm 51.20 33.15 20.35 17.45 16.25 15.10 All prices per 100 labels (£) Size / Qty 100 300 500 1000 2000 3000 5000 88.00 48.10 36.30 32.40 26.90 22.40 18.80 92.00 52.65 42.35 37.80 32.15 28.45 25.10 30 x 10mm 95.00 59.40 45.65 40.75 35.20 32.60 29.80 38 x 19mm 98.00 72.25 54.40 48.55 43.35 40.10 38.20 • 21st Century label technology with text and information engraved into the surface of an Acrylate material giving a permanent high contrast,durableandtamperproof imagesuitableforallenvironments. • Identify and track equipment safely with these labels. High performance industrial adhesive suitable for most surfaces which will give high initial adhesion. • Will withstand temperatures from –60°C up to +200°C – safe in microwave, dishwasher and autoclave. • Highlyresistanttochemicals,abrasionandharsh environments. • Image cannot be‘wiped off’– permanently engraved into the surface. • Tamper evident and non-transferable – labels will fragment if removal is attempted - a theft deterrent that also discourages unauthorised asset transfers. Or use as a security seal. • Laboratory and medical use: Surgical instruments, vials, tubes, slides. Safe in autoclave. • Use for cameras, PDA’s, mobiles, handtools, musical instruments, which are handled continuously – text won’t come off! • Blackmaterialwithwhitetext or silvermaterialwith blacktext. • Available with sequential numbering/barcode, inc. 2D DataMatrix code - add £7.00 per 100 labels. • Logo can be included at extra cost subject to sight of image. Scanning and set up £50 plus add £7.00 per 100 labels. ID MINI MARK LABELS MINI MARK LABEL 30 x 10 mm 9 x 9mm 9mm diam. 14 x 14mm 14mmdiam. Prices applicable to standard type incl. sequential numbering, one sequence. Small assets can be hard to track with many asset labels being too big and/or not providing enough information. The demand for more information especially in industry to trace components/materials and their origin led to a two-dimensional matrix code which can contain 100’s of digits/letters being introduced some years ago - the traditional barcode will only hold 8-10 characters/digits. These codes are therefore used when a large amount of data is required. Matrix codes have a large data capacity, high density, and automatic error correction and even if partially damaged the code can still be read. QR codes (quick response) are seen everywhere these days: posters, magazines, products, shop windows and are used to provide customers with a quick method of accessing information about your company or products. They are also used for asset tracking if containing a serial and/or asset number. Size required is an important factor as the code often has to be readable by the consumer’s smartphone and the definition and size of the modules (the little black squares) are therefore most important in order that they don’t fall below the resolution limit for cameras or phones. QR codes are also used over a much wider range of applications, including commercial tracking, entertainment, transport ticketing, product/loyalty marketing by using the QR code decoder which is now a mobile app on most devices Unlike one-dimensional barcodes which were designed to be mechanically scanned by a narrow beam of light, a QR code is detected by a 2-dimensional digital image sensor and then digitally analysed by a processor. The processor locates the three distinctive squares at the corners of the QR code image, using a smaller square (or multiple squares) near the QR Code & Data Matrix Labels Asset Label Identification for Small Parts, Tools, and Instruments fourth corner to normalize the image for size, orientation, and angle of viewing. The small dots throughout the QR code are then converted to binary numbers and validated with an error-correcting code.