Introducing the QR Data Viewer App for PAT Testing

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Scan and Print QR Codes with Ease!!

Introducing Seaward’s innovative QR code data system, now offering enhanced storage capacity within your PAT label barcode. This upgrade includes Asset ID, site details, location, last and upcoming test dates.

With Seaward’s Test n Tag Elite 2 printer, generating labels featuring our exclusive QR data code is a breeze. The Apollo 600+, 500+ and 400+ models are equipped with a cutting-edge Bluetooth 2D Elite barcode scanner, capable of effortlessly reading the code’s contents. This automation populates fields instantly for quicker retesting, eliminating the need for data uploads.

Experience added convenience with our QR DATA Viewer app, available on both Android and iOS platforms. By scanning labels, end users gain direct access to test information, which can be easily shared via email. This exceptional feature empowers duty holders and end users alike to manage faulty items more effectively.

With the QR DATA Viewer app, duty holders and maintenance managers can scan 2D barcodes on their portable appliances. This lets them see detailed test results from the last check.

Also, the app can send test info to an email. This way, duty holders and managers can quickly inform the right department about things needing fixing.

Key Features:

  • Quick QR Scanning: Scan appliance QR codes swiftly for instant access to data.
  • Streamlined Records: View and manage PAT test results digitally.
  • Data Security: Keep records safe and easily accessible whenever needed.
  • Real-time Insights: Monitor compliance and identify trends effortlessly.


  • Efficiency Boost: Save time on data entry and retrieval.
  • Data Integrity: Reduce errors with automated recordkeeping.
  • Insightful Analytics: Make informed decisions based on real-time data.

Make PAT testing smarter and more efficient with the QR Data Viewer App.

For further information, contact us on 057 8662162 or email us here. We would be happy to answer any questions you might have.

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