For Label Converters


Label Converters

RFID labels for pharmaceutical uses is still a young field. Early incarnations, sometimes using HF (high-frequency) tags, were often at the unit of sale (carton) level and primarily for supply chain purposes. The creation of DoseID compliant systems like Kit Check changed that, and serialized unit-of-use RFID labels are being produced by the tens of millions. The DoseID Consortium's approach is designed to entrust the most capable party, the converter, with the most difficult aspects of quality control. In exchange, they become a trusted vendor, ready to bid on upcoming tagging projects knowing their time-to-market and end quality will be best in class.

DoseID Consortium certification means the pharmaceutical manufacturer can launch products faster

Certified inlays take the guesswork out of picking the right tool for the job

Standardized, pre-encoded EPC formats make serialization easy

Requirements for Label Converters

A label converter may be designated as a DoseID Certified Label Converter and market converted label product to Pharmaceutical companies by meeting the requirements set forth in the DoseID program, which include:

  1. Using a DoseID Certified Inlay for DoseID Product
  2. Using a DoseID approved Tag Data Format for DoseID Product
  3. Conducting a 100% Quality Check on Finished Product
  4. When appropriate using the correct visual markers
  5. When appropriate registering in the DoseID approved Registry
  6. Adhering to the other terms set by the DoseID Consortium