HID Rfid Tag High Temperature Label
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HID Rfid Tag High Temperature Label

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Originally designed for the automotive industry, high temperature labels help identify and track each vehicle during assembly and throughout its life on the road. High temperature labels provide consistent, reliable readability during the rigors of automotive manufacturing, including soldering operations, autoclaves, anti-corrosive electrolyte baths, paint coat cycles, and drying ovens that exceed 400° F (200° C). ).

The robust high temperature tag portfolio of UHF RFID tags can withstand exposure to high temperatures, flame, chemicals, pressure and twisting with unmatched performance. Resistance to harsh physical, mechanical and thermal environments makes this label portfolio ideal for all types of manufacturing, logistics and inventory control operations, especially for tracking in-process and finished goods for various products such as industrial tools, medical trays , heavy equipment, automotive and aerospace components, cargo containers and even blade and rack servers.

Standard high temperature labels are compatible with EPC Global Class 1 Gen 2, ISO 18000-6C readers. Custom form factors are available to meet specific needs; for example, they can be laser printed with barcodes, QR codes or text, allowing visual systems to work in combination with advanced RFID capabilities.

- Air Interface Protocol:UHF EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (ISO 18000-6C)
- Operating Frequency:Global (865-956 MHz)
- IC Type:Impinj Monza 4QT
- Memory:EPC 128 bit, User 512 bit, TID 96 bit
- EPC Memory Content:Unique, randomized number
- Max Read Distance:Up to 8 m (26.2 ft)
- Applicable Surface Materials:Glass, plastic, wood, metal (if tag in free air)

- Tag Form Factor:Label tag
- Tag Materials:Aramid polymer
- Attachment Method:Screw or rivet
- Dimensions:80 x 50 x 0.5 mm (3.1 x 2 x 0.02 in)
- Weight:2.5 g

- Operating Temperature:-40° to +85°C (-40° to +185°F)
- Peak Temperature (One Time):284° F (140° C), 400 h; 356° F (180° C), 100 h; 446° F (230° C), 20 h