A Tab-Serter is a device that will place a paper tape marker in a stack of paper from a printer. When used with the specially designed electronic counter – controller, the tape marker is precisely marks the paper stack.
This Tab-Serter is a redesign of the forty-year-old Badger Meter tabber. The best points of the Badger device have been retained while improvements have been made to lengthen the life and increase the speed of the Tab-Serter.
Two solenoids are used instead of one. One solenoid advances the tape and then a second solenoid cuts the tape. Each solenoid is pulsed for a fraction of a second so they never run hot.
The clutch spring used in the Badger tabber has been replaced with an off the shelf roller bearing clutch with a long life.
A new, easy-to-set, electronic counter with a simple menu is included.
Input speed to the counter has been increased to 20,000 sheets/hour.
Maximum tab rate is one/second.
Tall 31” to 49”
Short 18” to 27”
Tape Channel Length
Long 17” beyond the tabber body
Short 8” beyond the tabber body
Filtered for dry contacts (limited sheet rate)
Unfiltered for solid state (high speed sheet rate)
Electric Eye for sheet counting or rotating shaft pickup