ELECTRONICS & TELECOMS
Dynamic ID Systems manufactures labels and label printers for electronic labeling.
Printed circuit boards and other high heat production processes place special demands on barcode labels. Companies label circuit boards after soldering, but most need to track their complete production process with applied labels before high temperature soldering.
Conformance labeling typically identifies performance criteria and compliance marks for a specific product or system of products. Labeling and marking is required in compliance with governmental or private standards of performance regulations.
Manufacturing companies have problems with product recalls due to fraudulent warranty claims where labels are removed and replaced, without any defect to the product.
Warranty claims often include items damaged by heat or water.
Cable marking in heat shrink on self laminating labels with variable information.
Manufacturers need to effectively track their products through the supply chain requiring widely different substrates dependent on the stage of manufacture. Examples include paper or film flexible adhesive-backed labels, metallic nameplates and permanent markings laser engraved or stamped directly on the product during the manufacturing process.
We manufacture from very small labels for PCB marking and component labeling in label materials including high temperature Polyimide and durable polyesters.
Our tamper evident labels help manufacturing companies who have problems with product recalls due to fraudulent warranty claims where labels are removed and replaced, without any defect to the product. Our water and heat damage indicating labels often void warranty claims due to items damaged by heat or water.
Our cable marking in heat shrink on self-laminating labels with variable information provide manufacturers to effectively track their products through the supply chain on widely different substrates.
Any telecommunications equipment or devices produced, assembled, or imported to be traded and/or used in South Africa must fulfill certain technical requirements related to the electric, electronic, environmental, safety, security and health aspects of the equipment or device and be approved by ICASA. The fulfillment of these technical requirements is evidenced by the obtainment of a Telecommunications Equipment and/or Device Certificate (the “Certificate”). In other words, the telecommunications equipment and/or devices must be certified.
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Find the right label in our: Securex group and Duraflex group