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Dyna-sys offers an extensive range of data collection, mobile computing, wired and wireless connectivity, and printer and media solutions.

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Dyna-sys offers an extensive range of data collection, mobile computing, wired and wireless connectivity, and printer and media solutions.

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Dyna-sys offers an extensive range of data collection, mobile computing, wired and wireless connectivity, and printer and media solutions.

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Dyna-sys offers an extensive range of data collection, mobile computing, wired and wireless connectivity, and printer and media solutions..

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Shown here is an Intermec CK3 w/RFID portable scanning computer.

Dynasys supplies quality fixed and portable bar code and RFID scanning hardware from major manufacturers such as Intermec, Motorola, and Datalogic.

Shown here is an Intermec PD41 bar code label printer.

Dynasys supplies industrial bar code printers from leading manufactures such as Datamax, Sato, and Intermec. Many of these printers can be equipped to encode RFID enabled labels.

Shown here is an IDTech MiniMag magnetic stripe reader.

Dynasys supplies a diverse selection of data capture equipment such as bar code and magnetic swipe readers, fixed and portable 1D and 3D bar code scanners from manufacturers such as Intermec, Datalogic, Denso, IDTech, and Magtek.

Shown here is our own UHF high-temperature mount-on-metal transponder.

Dynasys supplies passive and active RFID transponders in Low Frequency, High Frequency, and Ultra High Frequency in all major form factors such as inlays, labels, and encapsulated.

Shown here is the newest iDTRONIC SM09 Watertight Android Smartphone with barcode and RFID.

Equipped with a HF / NFC reader from NXP and the latest communication techno­logy, this IP68 mobile device is an extremely versatile solution for many applications.

Shown here is a Raztec molded high-current series Hall sensor.

Dynasys has partnered with Raztec Sensors to increase the availability of their high quality line of Hall sensors to the United States.

 

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Providing intelligent data collection to the global supply chain since 1988 - Contact Dynasys to fulfill all your Automatic ID and RFID equipment needs.

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Dynasys has designed and implemented systems to meet a diverse set of demanding market requirements. Let Dynasys bring decades of design innovation to the table.

 
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Media - make the right choice!

 

 

 

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When printing your own barcode labels we know that you expect the operation to perform as expected. However, the selection of the right barcode label is just as important, if not more so, than selecting the right printer. Selecting the right barcode label will help ensure maximum productivity and efficiency are achieved. The following seven criteria help with the selection of the right barcode label.

  1. Application. What your barcode label will be used for, and applied to, is critical in the selection of labels. Indoor or outdoor usage, the effect of moisture, and temperature range are questions that you will need to answer to determine the correct barcode label.
  2. Environment. Will your barcode labels be exposed to extreme conditions? Direct sunlight, dirt, grease, heat, cold, water, food or something else. Each of these conditions needs to be considered in order for your barcode labels to perform at their best.
  3. Durability. Some barcode labels need to last for extended periods of time. Whereas, others only need to last for a short period (e.g., during the shipment). Not only the labels need to endure, but the printed barcode and verbiage should be given consideration.
  4. Face Stock – The right face stock is crucial. Choosing between direct thermal and thermal transfer is only the first step. Next, you need determine if you will use a paper label, a synthetic material, vinyl or even plastic. This is determined by your specific product requirements.
  5. Direct Thermal vs. Thermal Transfer. Should you print with or without a ribbon? Again it comes down to Application, Environment and Durability.
    • Direct Thermal uses a heat activated material to transfer your barcode image to the material. This eliminates the need for a ribbon, and works well in controlled environments where heat and direct sunlight are not an issue.
    • Thermal Transfer utilizes a wax/wax-resin/resin ribbon that applies a heat transfer process to your label material to increase durability and readability for resilience to heat and direct sunlight.
  6. Adhesive. The right adhesive can make all the difference in whether your barcode label stays where intended. Standard adhesives will perform well in most applications. Things to consider are temperature range, where your label will be, and level of permanence.
  7. Core and Roll Size – The barcode printer you will be using will help determine what size core your roll of labels will accommodate and ultimately what the outside dimension (OD) of your roll of labels will need to be. Typical core sizes range from ½” – 3” and the OD is usually either 4”, 5” or 8”. Some auto applications may be 12” or 16”.

There are additional choices to consider, such as pre-printed labels, color tinted labels, variable data labels, asset tags, static cling labels, and hang tags.

Dynasys offers an extensive range of media from suppliers such as Intermec, Datamax, Sato and Zebra. Whether you're seeking media including labels, receipts, tags, ribbons, and RFID media, Dynasys has just what your business requires.

 

 

 

 

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