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Global Tag Intros Raptory RFID On-Metal Tag
Global Tag has announced a new RFID on-metal tag designed to meet customer requirements for metal and inhomogeneous surfaces, as well as impermeability and strength.
The new RFID transponder, known as Raptory, incorporates all of the features that make it a suitable hard tag for industrial applications, the company reports. Raptory is available with a variety of RFID chips, including low-frequency (LF); high-frequency (HF) supporting the ISO 14443, ISO 15693 and Near Field Communication (NFC) standard specifications; and ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) supporting the EPC Gen 2 and ISO 18000-63 specifications.3M adhesive on the backside, so it can be easily affixed to any surface.
Global Tag offers a variety of customization options for the Raptory tag, such as encoding to the IC's memory and printing on the tag surface that can include a logo, text, serial numbers, bar codes and QR codes.
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