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Card Wrapping and Issuing Machine
Harshaw TLD Card Wrapping & Issuing Machine
Save time and shipping costs by wrapping and shipping just your protected Harshaw TLD Cards, much like a film dosimeter.  The WrapID Issuer TLD wrapping machine is designed to be compatible with the Harshaw TLD dosimetry system. WrapID Issuer reads the barcode on the Harshaw TLD card and then wraps the card in an opaque plastic film and prints customer specific information, such as user name, barcode and other important information on the wrapper using a real time thermal transfer printer on a conveyer system.

WrapID Issuer machine is interfaced to a PC which runs the issuing software that allows the input of the issuing database via an ASCII file as well as capturing the issued dosimeters.  The WrapID Issuer is compatible with the Harshaw TLD Model 6600 & 8800 Readers. 

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Floor Unit: ~1.5m L x 1.4m H x 0.77m D
  • Weight: ~350kg
  • Feed Rate: Variable – typically set to 35/min
  • Power: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
  • Clean Air Supply required;- 6 bar, 1mL/cycle
  • Rejects invalid TLD Cards
  • Self-contained operation and on lockable wheels for easy transfer within the Dosimetry Lab
  • Includes mechanical handling system, thermal printer, barcode scanner & software
  • Optional extended conveyor belt

PC SPECIFICATION (optional)
  • Desktop – Windows XP preferred
  • Screen resolution 1024 x 768
  • USB Inputs: Requires two, preferably USB2.0
  • RS232 output
  • Analog/digital I/O card supplied with system
  • LAN access (optional)
Wrapped TLD Card
A Harshaw TLD Card wrapped ready for issuing.
Conveyor Belt
Extended conveyor belt - Optional
Please click this picture to watch a video of the WrapId Issuer in Action
or on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DHcu09FuL0 
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