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Labelling is paramount when tracking equipment effectively.
Decide on a asset labelling option to suit your service
Configuring the correct labels for your printers and community equipment service is paramount to ensuring your equipment is managed effectively. Using incorrect labels can halt operations and cost your service valuable time and money. We offer a variety of certified Zebra labels to ensure you implement the correct labelling solution throughout your operation.
Select from RFID tags, NFC, GS1 and EAN – 128 barcoding or QR codes. All asset labels will have a built-in unique asset identification number, meaning you can track and trace products throughout their complete life cycle.
We know that community equipment services have their own labelling preferences, which is why we provide the following options:
RFID is an intelligent asset tagging option that will talk to TCES Community and detect RFID tags simultaneously.
NFC tags are one of the most durable tags on the market, ideal for healthcare organisations that are unable to have tags attached to specialist equipment.
GS1 and EAN – 128 Barcoding – this option is your standard barcoding option, with GS1 UK providing unique numbers to identify assets.
QR Codes – can be used for an asset and its storage location. They are extremely responsive and can be scanned by all handheld devices.
Once a labelling option is selected and the labels have been attached to an asset all you will have to do is scan the asset tag, which will automatically locate the product from the catalogue provided by your service on go live.
You choose what and how much information you want printed onto the asset label. With a variety of label printers available, you will then endeavour to print the labels through your chosen printer model, it really is that simple!