Blacklight-sensitive print on a security label remains invisible in daylight and artificial light. As known from the authenticity control of money bills, black-light sensitive areas can only be detected under a special lamp. In principle, blacklight-sensitiv printing can be overprinted with individual data via thermal transfer printer.
Blacklight-sensitive printing is done with prefabricated foils. Three different film types are possible:
The first film type shows a readable print image under normal light conditions, like any standard print. In addition, a standardized pattern visible only under black light appears within the printed areas.
The second option uses a film that prints exclusively blacklight-sensitive. The printed image created in this way, e.g. company logos or texts, can therefore only be seen illuminated accordingly.
As a third version, the complete security label is covered with a blacklight-sensitive laminate. Blacklight then illuminates the entire label surface, but not the data imprint.
A labeling solution with an integrated transponder means realigning a company's entire structure to use RFID technology. The implementation of RFID is associated with considerable organizational, software and hardware costs. Therefore, this technology is particularly recommended in the high-price segment and especially where certain processes can be significantly accelerated.
Once RFID technology is installed, it offers comprehensive control over all goods movements and a considerable gain in security - both externally and internally.
More detailed information on RFID can be found in the RFID Labels section. Contact us directly and let us advise you personally.