New Passive RFID Tag Provides Extreme Read Ranges & Operates in Extreme Weather
RFID Canada, a Markham-based provider of RFID tags and readers has added this UHF Battery Assisted Passive tag to its product line that provides excellent performance in industrial, logistics, transportation and any other rugged environment that requires to read a passive tag at ranges that are beyond what the standard passive tag will provide.
The Survivor B is a Gen2, ISO 18000-6C, compliant tag, powered with Confidex BOOST™ battery assisted passive RFID technology which provides up to 60m (200’) read range. The Survivor B tag can also be used to track large valuable items and vehicles, including construction parts and steel pipes, as well as assets in the petrochemical industry. The tag can be fastened to an item with screws, rivets, cable ties or glued on.
Survivor B Tag specifications:
- Frequency: 890 – 960 MHz
- Standards: ISO 18000-6C and EPC Class 3 Gen 2
- Memory: EPC 352 bits + 3072 bits
- Tag Size: 155mm x 26mm x 14.5mm
- IP Classification: IP68
- Operating Temp.: -35°C to +65°C
- Read Range: up to 60m (200’)
RFID Canada is an RFID and NFC technology provider. Their products include all passive RF frequencies – Low (LF), High (HF) and Ultra High (UHF) as well as Active RF frequency. RFID Canada provides the vital foundation to any RFID-based system and has been involved in successfully implementing over 650 systems globally.