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ID Technology iCON & iCONnet Laser Coders

ID Technology iCON & iCONnet Laser Coders

Laser Marking Equipment

ID Technology’s iCON laser marking equipment is specifically designed for small character coding applications in packaged goods and industrial products, where it offers users an inexpensive laser alternative to inkjet.

Hughes Enterprises

The iCON laser coder can print up to four lines of text either statically or dynamically. It comes complete with an integrated touch screen interface, photocell, nose cone protection, stand and mounting bracket. The iCONnet laser coder also comes with Ethernet capability. It uses MarcaLite software to print logos, graphics and alphanumerics.

Both laser coders are reliable and easy to use. They don’t use consumables, so they have a low cost of ownership. They won’t leave a mess, and there are no solvent emissions.

Find out what ID Technology’s laser coders can do for your packaging line. To learn more, talk to a representative from Hughes Enterprises today.

  • Small and compact, so it’s easy to install in even the most confined production locations
  • Powerful hardware
  • Integrated touchscreen interface
  • No consumables
  • Optional remote control
  • High-performance optics
  • Advanced, low-overhead, WYSIWYG software
  • Static or dynamic printing
  • Low maintenance

iCON 10W: 632.5 x 126.15 x 183 mm

iCON 30W: 725 x 183.5 x 237 mm

Permanent codes at high speeds

Air cooled

Dot Matrix and Vector Fonts

Innovative air filter design

Emergency stop button

We’re there when you need us
We’re there when you need us

Hughes Enterprises offers 24/7 on-site maintenance and support services, so you never have to wonder who to call when downtime strikes. Whether you’re looking for installation assistance, routine maintenance or emergency support, reach out to discuss your needs with a factory certified support technician.

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