bait station bar code labels

bait station bar code labels

November 7, 2008

Bell Laboratories

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Traps
Keeping track of bait placements just got easier for technicians with new bar code labels applied to Bell Laboratories’ rat-sized tamper-resistant bait stations and the Trapper 24/7 Multiple Catch Mouse Trap, the company said. The sequentially numbered bar codes will appear on the inside lid of the Protecta LP, Sidekick, Sidewinder, Landscape and Protecta bait stations, and inside the Trapper 24/7. Applied with an all-weather permanent adhesive, the bar code label will be positioned in a standard location on each station shipped from Bell’s manufacturing facility starting in October. The bar code is compatible with handheld scanners that a growing number of technicians use to input service information for each bait station. Bell’s bar code labels employ a standardized industry format and are compatible with multiple software platforms.