Medication Label Application Machine Saves Time
Using a high-speed conveyor system, the medication Label Conveyor Applicator is used immediately after the packing process to automate the application of the pre pack label. It prints, positions, and applies the label onto the pre-pack card, ensuring that medication, dosage, expiration, and other information is captured accurately and efficiently. Creating an automated medication pre pack labeling process can significantly save technician time.
Reallocate labor to higher-value tasks by eliminating manual printing and application of labels
Track individual technician productivity with the technician production report
Track inventory with the inventory production report
- Cab A6 printer
- Conveyor with applicator interface
- EasyLabel software with database and report generator
- Laser scanner with cable and stand
- Variety of label formats available
- Setup and training
An optional discrepancy printer is available to allow manual application of label in case of a discrepancy.
- Height - 62″ (5.5')
- Width - 51.84″ (4.32')
- Depth - 25.5″ (2.12')
Printer cable and network connections
10 CFM at 125 PSI with an air dryer to match compressor size.
Omnicell requires the facility to provide electrical service to Omnicell equipment specifications. The facility is responsible for all electrical and cabling costs.
- 110 VAC (5-amp, single-phase power)
Wheels at the base of the label applicator allow it to be easily accessed and moved. When stationary, it requires an area of 12 square feet. It is recommended that the equipment be placed away from a corner with an 18-24 inch pathway surrounding the equipment.
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