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PA7100 Print and Apply Label Applicator

The all-electric PA7100 print and apply labeling system uses servo-controlled label dispensing technology and smart sensing auto-adjusting controls to achieve precise label placement at high speeds.

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All-Electric Labeling Solution

Reliably print and apply labels to cases and pallets.

The Diagraph PA7100 industrial all-electric print and apply labeling machine offers features that can’t be matched by traditional pneumatic-based labelers. When you switch to the completely mobile PA7100, you eliminate the limitations of permanent air drops and become free to move your machine to use where needed.

The responsive touchscreen display offers easy access and real-time feedback. Several different accessories are available to allow you to apply labeling to any side of the box. 

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Simple touchscreen for easy operation.

The Touch Pro industrial PC controller has been designed to serve the needs of various labeling applications with quick touch response times and reliable performance. The Touch Pro’s easy-to-use design saves manufacturers time when training operators and technicians on how to use the equipment. 

PA7100 Touch Pro Controller for PA71000 all-electric print and apply industrial labeling system

E-Tamp application offers flexibility.

The E-TAMP application integrates seamlessly with the PA7100 print & apply label applicator and can apply labels to the side, top or bottom of packaging. The tamp pad can accommodate multiple label sizes with a single pad, reducing downtime and increasing efficiency.

With the tamp, the label is applied directly onto the box by whatever configuration works best for your product line. 

E-Tamp applicator for PA7100 all-electric print and apply labeling system applying label to corrugate box

E-WASA wipe-around-side-apply for corner wrap applications.

The E-WASA (wipe-around-side-apply) applicator handles heavy duty corner wrap label applications. With the E-WASA applicator, the label is wiped on one corner of the box and then carried over to the other side to be wiped along that side as well. The design helps ensure consistent label placement on secondary packaging and pallets.

PA7100 E-WASA, wipe-around-side-apply, applicator for PA7100 all electric print and apply labeling system applying label to corner of corrugate box

E-FASA swing arm apply module for multiple panel labeling.

The E-FASA swing arm apply module handles front panel labeling, rear panel labeling or a combination of front-side or front-top labeling applications. The label rests at the home position of the E-FASA and the arm swings down and places the label onto the box before it continues moving down the line. 

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High speed tamp contouring applicator is reliable.

The HST contouring high speed applicator integrates seamlessly with the PA7100 labeling system to reliably apply labels to non-flat surfaces such as product-filled bags and other containers. Its unique pivoting design allows for the contouring of irregular surfaces at speeds up to 300 FPM.

HST, High Speed Tamp contouring, applicator for PA7100 all-electric print and apply labeling system applying label to top of a bag of dog food

E-Secondary wipe applicator can handle higher throughputs.

The E-Secondary wipe applicator integrates seamlessly with the PA7100 to wrap labels from side to rear at higher throughputs than other applicators. The module can function as a fully standalone operation independent of the labeling system.

E-secondary wipe applicator for PA7100 all-electric print and apply labeling system applyint label to corner of corrugate box

E-Tamp blow applicator offers precision for fragile packaging.

The E-Tamp blow all-electric applicator allows manufacturers to precisely place labels on the top and sides of delicate or fragile substrates. The E-Tamp applicator can function as a fully standalone operation.

E-tamp blow applicator for PA7100 all-electric print and apply labeling system applying labels to top of produce containers

Key Features

Advantages of the PA7100 all-electric print and apply label applicator

  • All-electric design
  • 7" responsive touchscreen display
  • Smart sensors detect errors for quick troubleshooting
  • Brushless DC servo motors drive precise label dispensing
  • Quickly save label settings
  • Loftware NiceLabel communication through ethernet
  • Remotely adjust settings and view statuses
  • Handheld controller or Touch Pro PC
  • Option of Zebra or SATO print engine

Case Study

Don Sebastiani & Sons keeps operations moving with Diagraph's all-electric print and apply labeling system.

Don Sebastiani & Sons is one of the leading producers of wines and ready to drink wine-based cocktails and is considered a top 25 wine supplier in the United States. Founded in 2001 in Sonoma, California, the company produces 1.3 million cases of its own brands and 400,000 cases of contracted brands each year.

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All-electric Print and Apply Labeling FAQs

Do you have further questions? Here you can find more details.

The PA7100 is an all-electric print and apply labeling machine that can apply labels directly to  products, cases or pallets. Printing the labels directly in the labeling system allows you to print on-demand information such as product quantities, weight, product changes and individual labeling.

Typical applications include applying the labels directly to the product packaging, secondary packaging (outer carton or case) or a pallet.

The PA7100 print and apply labeling machine features a color touchscreen control panel. All settings can be made here in addition to a diagnostic function for quick and easy troubleshooting. Print formats can be saved on the control panel to send them to the print module.

To create or modify print images, you need the appropriate print image design software. This can be done via a PC or the TouchPro control panel directly on your production line.

It is also possible to load print information automatically. This can be done for batch changes or individually for each product.

Mechanical installation can be either on a stand with casters for flexible use on multiple lines, on a fixed stand or even directly on your line.

The signal for triggering the label printing dispensing process can be provided by an integrated optical sensor, a sensor attached to the system or also by a clock signal from your system.

For operation, you need labels, thermal transfer ribbon, a power outlet and your print formats.

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Applying labels using the all-electric PA7100 system at a Sonoma winery

Applying labels using the all-electric PA7100 system at a Sonoma winery

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Our patented all-electric labeling solutions offer consistent, worry-free applications. Increase your efficiency with our all-electric PA7100 print and apply labeling system with less maintenance, downtime and easily accommodate various label sizes.

Technical Data

Print Engines Available with Zebra or SATO print engines
Dimensions (with yoke) 31″L x 27″H x 26″D
Supply Roll Capacity 14" OD
Core Diameter 3" ID
Label Length 0.5" min. to 14" max.
Label Width 0.5" min. to 6.5" max.
Line Speed E-Tamp: 150 FPM max.
E-FASA: 75 FPM max.
Temperature 41°F - 104°F 
Humidity 10-85% relative humidity, non-condensing
Controllers Touch Pro, HH-4000
Certifications IEC 61000-6-2 2005/AC: 2005 Immunity,
IEC 61000-6-4 2007/A1: 2011 Emission, FCC Part 15b,
CSA CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 62368-1:2014, UL62368-1:2014

 

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