Early next year you will see a new label printing scale will hit the market place. Tentative date is February 2016. A top United States scale manufacturer will introduce a brand new electronic price computing scale with integral label printer. We will be sure to provide additional information as it becomes available.
There will soon be a new rule regarding an integral part of USDA’s efforts to educate consumers about nutrition. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced recently that it will be making important nutritional information readily available to consumers on 40 of the most popular cuts of meat and poultry products. Under a new rule, packages of ground or chopped meat and poultry will feature nutrition facts panels on their labels. Additionally, whole, raw cuts of meat and poultry will also have nutrition facts panels either on their package labels or available for consumers at the point-of-purchase. The nutrition facts panels will include the number of calories and the grams of total fat and saturated fat a product contains. FSIS does not believe that it has underestimated the costs of the final rule. Since the Supplemental Proposed Rule Regulatory Impact Analysis was done, the total costs of labeling may have even decreased because of more cost-effective technology, such as less expensive computerized flexography and scale-label printers. The Continue reading
Sometimes there are ideas or reasons for changing what works. Maybe you are looking to improve a product or change something to lower the cost of an item. When it comes to the CAS LP1000 price computing scale with printer sometimes it is best to use the reliable proven scale. The LP1000 continues to be one of the more popular label printing scales on the market. Customers have been asking for this specific model for years. The scale is a very good scale and the labels are easy to purchase.
One note to consider, if you are just looking for a simple label with weight and price, you may want to consider something like the CAS S2000 JR price computing scale. However, if you are looking for a legal for trade printing scale that can print ingredients or have built in Price look ups, the LP1000 is the scale for you.
The CL5000 Label Printing Scale from CAS Corp. has the functions you need at an affordable price. CAS has long been a leader in retail label printing scales. The latest, CL5000 is great for use in supermarkets, specialty stores, deli’s and more. 3,000 PLU’s & 1,000 Ingredients. CL-Works Software Package included with the scale features PLU Editor – Label Editor – Keypad Editor. Compatible with Microsoft Windows® 2000 / XP / Vista. The CL5000 scale features the CAS dual range 60 lb. max capacity which is almost like having a 30 lb and a 60 lb scale, all in one. Contact Central Carolina Scale for a quote today.
Take CAS’s most popular label printing retail scale, the LP-1000 series, make some improvements like allowing 4000 Price Lookups (PLU’s) and you have the new CAS LP-1000N and LP-1000NP (pole model) label printing scales. These CAS label printing retail scales are widely considered the best scale on the market today in its class. The LP1000N and LP1000NP are a feature rich, easy to use label printing scale backed by a leader in the industry, CAS corp.
With its ability to use the most popular label formats, print ingredients, includes software for your PC, the CAS LP-1000N will be perfect for delis, convenience stores, meat counter, bakery, grocery stores and more. Choice of 5 different labels. These CAS LP-1000N label printing retail price computing scales are available from Central Carolina Scale out of Sanford, NC.
CAS Corporation model S-2000Jr. is a general purpose price computing scale for direct sale of commodities in stores such as: supermarkets, delicatessens and groceries. The Model S2000 Jr. price computing scale is available in several different configurations, they include three multi-interval capacities and two display configurations. This scale has an eternal lb/kg conversion switch. The scale has dual markings and the lb/kg switch changes enunciators for proper indications. Tare weight may be entered using: platter tare, key board tare and tare programmed with a PLU.
The scale features a choice of LCD or VFD Displays, Stainless Steel Platter, 1/2lb And 1/4lb Keys where allowed, 3 Direct PLU’s & 199 Indirect PLU’s and choice of Optional Pole Display. The S2000JR also includes an RS-232C serial port for interfacing to the DLP-50 label printer.
When it comes to displays for the CAS S2000JR scale, VFD is green digits with black background. LCD is black digits with gray background. Battery power is available with LCD models but is NOT available with VFD models. Max capacities include 15 lb, 30 lb or 60 lb in either VFD or Continue reading