Version 3.6.5 of NiceLabel Software Released

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Euro Plus, a leading supplier of printing software for the Automatic Identification and Data Collection industry (AIDC), is proud to announce the release of NiceLabel version 3.6.5, The Professional Labeling Software. In combination with the already easy and powerful features, the new NiceLabel 3.6.5 adds enhanced RFID smart label updates to the industrys leading RFID smart labeling software.

The most significant improvement in NiceLabel 3.6.5 is in the area of Electronic Product Code (EPC) compliance for RFID. The EPC specification is a very long and difficult standard for the average person to understand. NiceLabel 3.6.5 adds a wizard approach to encoding EPC compliant RFID smart labels while maintaining the same simple interface to design the printed side of the label. The NiceLabel EPC wizard allows the user to choose which EPC encoding scheme to use while prompting for the specific data required for each portion necessary by that scheme. NiceLabels built-in warning system prevents the user from using incorrect data and data types when encoding RFID smart labels; virtually eliminating the chance for error in smart label encoding.

NiceLabel 3.6.5 enables the user to encode EPC schemes such as SGTIN-64, SSCC-64, SGLN-64, GRAI-64, GIAI-64, SGTIN-96, SSCC-96, SGLN-96, GRAI-96, GIAI-96, GID-96.

NiceLabel includes support for programming any EPC compliant RFID tag (Class 1, Class 0 and Class 0+) as well as Tag-It, I-Code, ISO 15693 and other tags. NiceLabel also supports RFID smart label printing to printers from Avery, Imaje, Datamax, Intermec, Markpoint, Novexx, Printronix, Sato, TEC, Tyco and Zebra.

NiceLabel 3.6.5 introduces better compliance with Unicode formatted data on the label. Never before has been the design of multi-lingual label so easy and straightforward. Change the layout of your keyboard to any available language on the system (Latin, Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Cyrillic, etc.) and enter the multi-lingual data inside the same text object. For first time ever in AIDC industry Unicode-formatted data can also be printed and formatted using resident printer fonts on supported printers (Zebra models).

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