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Sample Labeler
Sample Container Labeling System

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    Key Features

    System Requirements



Sample Labeler TM is an easy-to-use yet powerful labeling system. It is designed for environmental scientists who want to print labels for sample containers before going into the field. This inexpensive software is especially good for large field programs. At the end of the day we all know how difficult it is to write labels legibly. By selecting analytical methods from the internal database you are certain you have not left out an important analyte. Preprinting labels produces a legible label that enhances the quality of any sampling program. Printing the labels prior to collecting the samples works as an element of the quality assurance/quality control process in advance of the sampling date. Sample Labeler TM consists of 4 tabs where project information is entered and viewed

Click on the Figures below to see each tab in detail:


Project Tab

Use the top 4 lines of each label (depending upon label size) to print:

  • Your company name and address,
  • Your clients information, and
  • Any other information that is needed to describe the sample or to assist the laboratory with the analysis.

Save the project information (with Sample ID and Anayte data) in files for easy loading and re-se

Sample Tab

Sample IDs are the names or numbers used to identify a field sample (e.g. MW-1). The matrix identifies the type of sample (e.g. water, sediment, etc.) Data can be entered as follows:

  • From the keyboard into a spread sheet editor,
  • Using the Windows copy and paste functions, or
  • From a previously saved file.
Analysis Tab

This tab allows the user to enter the method of analysis to be applied to the sample at the laboratory. Generally, each method requires a form of field preservative and the laboratory requires a certain number of containers (bottles, jars, bags, filters, etc.) to undertake the tests. Analysis information can be entered as follows:

  • Using the database feature which contains in excess of 400 common environmental analytical methods and test procedures,
  • From the keyboard into the spread sheet editor,
  • Using the Windows copy and paste functions, or
  • From a previously saved file.
Preview Tab

The user can conveniently check label content before printing and can easily compare different label sizes.

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Key Features



  • Print complete sample container labels for all types of environmental media
  • Choose from 16 label sizes, 9 for laser printers, 7 for dot matrix printers
  • Select analytical methods from the extensive database of over 400 Analytes with typical Preservative and Container information - completely user editable
  • Specify up to 100 unique Sample IDs per session of data file
  • Specify up to 50 Analytes per session or data file
  • Sequentially number each label automatically using a user defined eight-character sequence
  • Print a unique Sequential Number on each label using Code 39 Bar code (laser printers only)
  • Save and/or print a Summary Report of all labels printed during a session
  • Export Label Data to a structured ASCII file that can be loaded into your database software
  • Save repetitive Project Information for easy retrieval and editing



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System Requirements

  • An 80486 or Pentium processor
  • 8 megabytes of RAM
  • 5 MB free disk space
  • SVGA display and mouse
  • Windows 95/98 or NT installed

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