RFID tags for extreme conditions

09 Jul 2008

Texas Instruments (TI) announced two additions to its low-frequency RFID product family: the 12 mm Multi-Usage Wedge Transponder and 24 mm LF Circular Inlay.

The 12 mm Multi-Usage Wedge Transponder offers improvements in chip circuitry that allow direct on metal mounting.

The 24 mm LF Circular Inlay, manufactured using TI's patented tuning process, provides improved consistency in read and write performance in such applications as waste management and industrial production.

According to TI, these new tags satisfy demands for improved performance from new applications in highly metallic and other harsh industrial environments.

TI said its new tags are designed for rugged applications like container tracking in waste management, vehicle identification and access control, as well as other applications in other highly metallic environments, such as oil refineries, oil drilling and tool production.

The tags, TI added, can also be applied to carbon fiber products, including aerospace, automotive and bicycle parts, and are developed to withstand the high temperatures of the manufacturing process.

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