CL4NX UHF or HF & NFC

The CL4NX thermal printer encoder is capable of printing and encoding smart labels conforming with the EPCglobal Class 1 Generation 2 standard (ISO/IEC 18000 6C) or ISO/IEC 15693 and ISO/IEC 14443 Type A, depending on which RFID option is being used. This page will help you select a SATO tested inlay and configure your CL4NX to print and encode it.

Please select the appropriate guide materials for the RFID option installed in your CL4NX (either UHF or HF & NFC*).

*UHF Option = Compliant with EPC Class 1 Generation 2 (ISO/IEC 18000 6C) Standard
*HF & NFC Option = Compliant with ISO/IEC 15693 or ISO/IEC 14443 Type A Standards

Four Easy Steps of RFID Configuration

  1. Examine Labels to determine Printer Settings.
    - Refer to the UHF Inlay Configuration Guide or HF & NFC Inlay Configuration Guide for tested inlays.
  2. Set up printer. (Refer to the UHF RFID Configuration Guide or HF & NFC RFID Configuration Guide for printer settings)
    - Menu Settings
    - Physical Antenna Position
  3. Set labels and carbon ribbon
  4. Confirm operation by printing/encoding a label.

Documents

*Please check with your local SATO office regarding availability in your region.

 S84-ex UHF

The S84-ex print engine can be used to print and encode smart labels conforming to the EPC Class 1 Generation 2 (ISO/IEC 18000 6C) standard.  The following information will help you select a SATO tested inlay and configure your printer to print and encode it.

Five Easy Steps of S84-ex RFID Configuration

  1. Determine Printer Orientation
  2. Examine Labels to determine Printer Settings.
    - Refer to the UHF Inlay Configuration Guide for tested inlays.
  3. Set up printer. (Refer to the UHF RFID Configuration Guide for printer settings)
    - Menu Settings
  4. Set labels and carbon ribbon
  5. Confirm operation by printing/encoding a label.

Documents

*Please check with your local SATO office regarding availability in your region.

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