Case Coder | RNJet H1+

Features of Case Coder RNJet H1+:

  1. Quick setup – easily integrates into your production line
  2. Superior print quality – markings are easy to read & scan
  3. Print anything – graphics, images, logos
  4. Print on everything – code & mark any surface
  5. Stand-alone operation
  6. No downtime – easy & rapid code change
  7. Turn-on & start printing – hassle-free operation
  8. Maintenance-free Date Coder

*ink is not included and should be purchased separately




Specifications of Case Coder RNJet H1+

  • Thermal HP TIJ 2.5 print-head
  • Max. Print Speed: up to 180 m/min (150 dpi) or up to  90 m/min (300 dpi)
  • Max. Print Height:12.7 mm (0.5″)
  • Max. Print Length: 5500 mm
  • Throw Distance: Up to 8 mm
  • Resolution: 300 dpi
  • Ink Types: Solvent & water based
  • Ink Drying Time: 1 to 3 seconds, depending on substrate
  • Ink Colors: Black, Pigmented White, Pigmented Yellow, Red, Blue, FDG Blue, FDG Dark Pink, UV, UV White (ask us for more)
  • Print Orientation: Side-printing, Downwards
  • I/O Ports: Photocell, Shaft-Encoder, USB, Ethernet, RS 232
  • Display: 7″ Touch screen Stainless Steel Case
  • Power: 12V – 5.0A
  • No. of Print Heads: 1
  • Ink Management: Ink Percentage Indicator on the screen & Ink consumption calculator
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 45°C, Relative humidity: 20% – 80%
  • Storage Temperature: -5°C to 50°C
  • Connectivity: USB, RS-232, Ethernet


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What you could print with case coder printer RNJet H1+

  • LOT Number
  • EXP and MFG Dates (auto)
  • Logo
  • Barcode (any type, including QR-Code)
  • Shift Code (auto)
  • Data-base
  • Counter
  • UDI (GS1 Data Matrix etc.)
  • Ingredients

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Why RNJet H1+ Case Coder is Best for your Production Line


RNJet handheld printers are specialized industrial printers designed to print high-quality QR codes, barcodes, text, and other variable information directly onto a variety of substrates such as plastic, glass, metal, boxes, paper, and more.

The RNJet H1+ is a high-resolution, high-speed industrial inkjet printer that can print crisp, scannable QR codes at up to 600 x 300 DPI print resolution. It is capable of printing on a variety of porous and non-porous materials like plastic, glass, metal, and more.

The printer can achieve print speeds up to 70 meters per minute and print from up to 6mm away from the surface, making it efficient for inline production line coding and marking.

It supports printing of QR codes, barcodes, text, logos, date/time codes, batch codes, and other variable data. The RNJet H1+ utilizes maintenance-free print heads and offers a range of ink options including black, white, yellow, blue, red, green, and invisible inks. This provides flexibility to print high-contrast codes on different colored substrates.


Watch RNJet H1+ Printing on Our Customer’s Production Line

What’s the Use of Case Coding Machines in Industry

  • At their core, case coders are industrial printing machines designed to quickly and accurately apply date-related information and other variable data onto a diverse range of materials, including plastic, glass, metal, cardboard, and more.
  • They utilize technologies like inkjet, thermal transfer, or laser marking to produce high-resolution, durable codes and text. The primary function of a date coder is to print the expiration date, “best by” date, or manufacturing date on a product.
  • This information is crucial for consumers to determine the freshness and safety of the item before use or consumption. Date coders can also print batch numbers, lot codes, and other traceability data that allow businesses to track products through the supply chain.
  • Beyond just printing dates, advanced date coders offer the ability to print barcodes, QR codes, logos, graphics, and multiple lines of variable text. This versatility enables manufacturers to convey a wealth of information directly on the product packaging.

How Case Coders Work

Case coders operate on the principle of inkjet printing technology. They use a print head to precisely eject ink onto the desired surface, creating clear and durable prints. These machines are equipped with advanced features such as:

  • High-resolution printing (up to 600 DPI) for crisp, legible text and barcodes.
  • Compatibility with a wide range of inks, including solvent-based, MEK-based, and UV-curable inks, to suit various substrates and environments.
  • Intuitive user interfaces, often with touchscreens, for easy message creation and printing.
  • Connectivity options like Ethernet, USB, and Bluetooth for seamless integration with production systems.

Benefits of Case Coding

Case coding machines offer numerous advantages for manufacturers and logistics companies:

  1. Improved traceability: By printing unique identifiers like batch numbers, expiration dates, and serial numbers directly onto cases, case coders enable efficient product tracking and recall management.
  2. Increased efficiency: Automated printing eliminates the need for manual labeling, reducing labor costs and errors while increasing throughput.
  3. Versatility: Case coders can print on a variety of substrates, including corrugated boxes, plastic containers, metal cans, and more, making them suitable for diverse applications.
  4. Cost savings: By reducing the need for pre-printed labels and minimizing errors, case coders can significantly lower operational costs in the long run.

Applications of Case Coding

Case coding machines find applications in various industries, including:

  • Food and beverage: Printing expiration dates, lot codes, and nutritional information on product cases.
  • Pharmaceutical: Marking batch numbers, expiration dates, and barcodes on drug shipments for traceability.
  • Logistics: Printing shipping labels, tracking numbers, and handling instructions on cartons and pallets.
  • Manufacturing: Marking product details, serial numbers, and logos on cases for identification and branding.

Choosing the Right Case Coder

When selecting a case coding machine, consider factors such as:

  • Print resolution and speed to match your production requirements.
  • Ink compatibility with the substrates you use.
  • Connectivity options for seamless integration with your existing systems.
  • Ease of use and maintenance to minimize downtime and training costs.

Case coding machines are essential tools for modern manufacturing and logistics operations. By providing efficient, high-quality printing solutions, these machines help companies improve traceability, reduce costs, and enhance their overall productivity. As the demand for on-site, real-time printing continues to grow, case coders will play an increasingly important role in ensuring the smooth flow of products from the factory to the consumer.

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