HID Rfid Tag UHF Bin
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HID Rfid Tag UHF Bin

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Vendor: HID
SKU: HID-BIN
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Categories: RFID UHF Tags, Rugged Rfid Tags,

Product Type: Hard Tag

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HID RFID Bin Tag contactless passive transponders enable cost-effective waste management by enabling recycling incentive programs and pay-as-you-go, while eliminating error-prone and costly manual data collection.

These robust labels fit easily into standard nests produced in most bins, including metal bins and DIN 30745 plastic bins. The unique four-cavity screwdriver helps prevent fraudulent label removal in the field.

According to reader configuration or standards requirements, organizations employing DIN 30745 form factor transponders can choose LF, HF or RAIN® UHF tags. Each low frequency Bin Tag transponder is equipped with 64-bit or 128-bit read-only memory; can be pre-programmed with a unique number, or provided in programmable format according to BDE standards. All HID Bin Tag transponders perform excellently when mounted in plastic containers.

ELECTRICAL:
- Operating Frequency:125 kHz / 134.2 kHz / 13.56 MHz / 860-960 MHz (EU, US, JP)
- Chip Type:Unique / FDX-b BDE / HDX BDE / ICODE SLIX / Higgs 3
- Memory:64 bit, read only / 128 bit, read only / 1024 bit EEPROM / 96 bit EPC, 512 bit EEPROM
- Anti-Collision:Yes
- Reading Distance:Dependent upon reader, environment and applicationUp to 6.5 ft (2m), 2W ERP

MECHANICAL:
- Dimensions:1.18 x 0.59 in, thread 1.12 in (Ø 30 x 15 mm, thread Ø 28.5 mm)
- Mounting Method:Screw-in
- Fixation Hole Size:Ø 0.22 in (5.5 mm)
- Affixes To:Plastic
- Housing Material:PA6, potting PUR
- Color:Black, Yellow, Red, BlueGrey
- Weight:0.22 oz (6.4g) / 0.34 oz (9.6 g)

THERMAL:
- Storage:-40° to +194° F(-40° to +90°C) -40° to +185° F(-40° to +85°C) -40° to +194° F(-40° to +90°C) -40° to +158° F(-40° to +70°C)
- Operating:-40° to +185° F(-40° to +85°C) 13° to +158° F(-25° to +70°C) -13° to +185° F(-25° to +85°C) -40° to +158° F(-40° to +70°C)
- Shock/Fatigue:-40° to +194° F(-40° to +90°C), 100 x 10 min with 30 sec transition