SATO Adds Monza Self-Serialization Functionality to RFID Printers

January 17, 2013 Joey McFarland

 

SATO released new firmware for its line of RFID printers that adds support for Monza Self-Serialization, joining the growing list of RFID printers that support this functionality.

Monza Self-Serialization Chip-based RFID serialization methodMonza Self-Serialization (MSS), a chip-based serialization method, is an alternative to IT solutions for managing item-level RFID tagging. With MSS, SGTIN serial numbers are generated directly from an Impinj Monza chip’s unalterable Tag Identifier (TID), giving all items a unique number.  MSS saves users time and money by eliminating the need for IT systems to coordinate, distribute and synchronize serial numbers. To learn more about the benefits of Monza Self-Serialization, watch the webinar.

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