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By Rich Handley

Vizinex RFID Releases Tag for Mounting on Multiple Surfaces

Vizinex RFID, a provider of RFID tags tailored to specific applications, has announced that it has launched a new ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID tag that can be mounted on multiple surfaces. The new tag, known as FMX-1 RFID, is the latest addition to Vizinex's RFID tag product line.

"The tag works well on both metal and non-metal surfaces, has a low profile and is very flexible, so it can conform to a curved surface," said Ken Horton, Vizinex's CEO, in a prepared statement. "It can serve a wide variety of applications. In the office, it can be used for tracking laptops and tablets where there is minimal ergonomic impact for the user. On the other hand, it is tough enough for industrial uses, such as tracking steel tubing used in an oil field. We are confident customers will select the FMX-1 to solve a wide range of tagging problems."

Vizinex's FMX-1 RFID tag
Measuring 70 millimeters by 15 millimeters by 1.6 millimeters (2.8 inches by 0.6 inch by 0.06 inch), the FMX-1 is a thin, surface-conforming tag with a read range of up to 6.5 feet on metal surfaces and 5 feet on plastic. The tag provides 128 bits of Electronic Product Code (EPC) memory and 128 bits of user memory, and has a temperature tolerance of -58 degrees Fahrenheit to +302 degrees Fahrenheit (-50 degrees Celsius to +150 degrees Celsius).

The FMX-1 is available in both U.S. and E.U. frequencies. The tag is also available with Vizinex's full Service Bureau for labeling, encoding and locking.

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