HID Rfid Tag UHF Global Lin 200 Laundry (Monza 5)
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HID Rfid Tag UHF Global Lin 200 Laundry (Monza 5)

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Categories: Embeddable Rfid Tags, Laundry Rfid Tags,

Product Type: Laundry Tag

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HID Global LinTag™ transponders securely and discreetly apply to textiles, enabling RFID tracking of high-volume commercially laundered linens, towels and laundry. HID Global's rugged LinTag design fights industrial bedding wash cycles, withstanding the rigors of repeated washing, cleaning chemicals, sterilizing heat and pressure. The patented design securely positions the internal chip in relation to the antenna, which ensures consistent performance over the life of the tag.

Industrial laundromats and commercial cleaners are using RFID technology to improve inventory control, reduce labor requirements and optimize lifecycle management of individual textiles and garments. Real-time traceability provides more accurate and timely invoicing and increases customer satisfaction.

Healthcare organizations are also tagging linens and aprons to monitor usage and inventories, automate distribution, and reduce shrinkage and staffing needs, relying on LinTag transponders to survive repeated cleaning and sterilization processes.

- Air Interface Protocol:EPC Class 1 Gen 2, (ISO 18000-6C)
- Operating Frequency:Global (860-960 MHz)
- IC Type:Impinj Monza 5
- Memory:EPC 128 bit
- EPC Memory Content:Unique, randomized number
- Max Read Distance:Up to 7 m (23 ft)
- Applicable Surface Materials:Linens and garments

- Tag Form Factor:Soft tag
- Tag Materials:Cotton and polyester
- Attachment Method (Stitch):Stitch onto fabric
- Attachment Method (Embed):Sew into hem or pouch
- Attachment Method (Heat Seal):Apply via heat-seal process
- Dimensions (Stitch):64 x 28 mm (2.5 x 1.1 in)
- Dimensions (Embed):64 x 22 mm (2.5 x 0.9 in)
- Dimensions (Heat Seal):64 x 22 mm (2.5 x 0.9 in)
- Weight:1.5 g

- Operating Temperature:-40° to +85°C (-40° to +185°F)