- n. Plural form of applicator.
“Every RFID implementation needs peripheral devices, such as RFID-enabled printers; RFID-based automated label applicators (also known as "print-and-apply" devices); feedback systems, such as light stacks, horns, LED lights or LCD displays; and triggering devices, such as light break sensors.”
“These combine with a range of blow, tamp, tamp and blow and wipe label applicators for optimal performance and operation.”
“Additionally, this course discusses RFID printers, including their installation and setup, automated label applicators, feedback systems, triggering devices and Real-Time Location Systems (”
“The applicators are a glorified sticker, caked with enough makeup to satisfy both lids.”
“Wiley worked with MobileXe and a number of printing firms in order to install the required RFID interrogators, tag applicators and software required to make tagging a part of the inline printing process.”
“Part of his top-secret job at Protechnik was to manufacture so-called "applicators" or "screwdrivers" for Basson.”
“But he's sticking with businesses like Nordson Corp., a maker of specialty spray valves and applicators.”
“In New York state, the number of females working as licensed pesticide technicians or certified pesticide applicators rose about 50% in the past decade.”
“Makeup brushes are built for long term use, making them a green alternative to sponge and foam applicators.”
“Cotton buds, condoms, sanitary towels and tampon applicators were among the items recovered at the Marine Conservation Society's Beachwatch Big Weekend last September.”
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