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RFID UHF On-Metal Tiny Tag

RFID UHF On-Metal Tiny Tag

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This Ultra- Small UHF RFID Tag is specially designed to deliver Extra-Ordinary reading performance for On-Metal Applications. Irrespective of the metal’s nature & harsh environments, this mini tag is capable of providing the accurate read results.

“Small yet Powerful On-Metal RFID Tag for Industrial Tools Tracking & Surgical Equipment Tracking”

This tiny tag is cost-effective as it supports multiple Read/Write operations.

Special Features of Tiny RFID UHF Tags

Operating Temperature

The rugged nature of the tag allows it to sustain extremely high/low temperatures (-10 °C to +70 °C)

Multiple Read/Write

A single tag supports multiple Read/ Write Operations.

Operating Environment

Can withstand challenging & harsh chemical environments like soap water, hot water, caustic soda and other related chemicals.

Applications of Mini RFID UHF Tags

  • On-Metal Applications
  • Harsh Metal Environment
  • Industrial Hand Tools
  • Harsh Chemical Environment
  • Surgical Equipment Tracking
  • Tools Tracking in Factories & Industries
  • Asset Tracking

Functional Specifications

Operating Frequency 860 to 960 MHz
ISO Standard Compliance ISO 18000-6C
Type EPC Class 1 Gen 2
Chip Alien H3

Physical Specifications

Size (Typical) in mm  10.0 x 2.5 x 2.5
Material  Ceramic
Color  Black
Environment On-Metal

Environmental Specifications

Operating Temperature (Deg C)  -10°C to +70°C
Storage Temperature (Deg C) -25°C to +100°C
Mechanical Vibrations  10g, 20-1000Hz, 3 axis, 2.5 Hrs
Water Immersion IP68
Mechanical Shock 40g, half-shine, 18ms, 6 axis, 2000 times
Harsh Chemical Environment soap water, caustic soda, hot water

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