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Direct Thermal TAB Expiring Visitor Pass

The Direct Thermal TAB-Expiring Visitor Pass is designed for electronic and manual visitor management systems. The pass has a tab extending from one end of the self-adhesive label. After the visitor’s information is printed (or written) onto the badge, it is peeled from its liner, and the tab is folded behind the badge to activate the color-changing chemistry. Overnight, a “VOID” image appears on the badge, dissuading departed visitors from reusing their badge without authorization. Once activated, the tamperproof expiring process cannot be reversed.


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