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Which RFID Tags Will Work in High-Humidity Environments?
Are there any radio frequency identification tags designed for use in environments with high levels of humidity?
Almost any RFID tag, if encapsulated in plastic for protection, will work in a highly humid environment. If you're interested in tags that measure humidity, there are a number on the market. See the following stories:
AeroScout Intros New Ultrasound and Sensor Wi-Fi RFID Tags
RFID News Roundup: RF Code Unveils RFID Solution for Monitoring Data Center Environment
Evigia Launches 433 MHz Active RFID Product Line
Bremen Researchers Developing Intelligent Containers
RFID News Roundup: Savi Announces New Sensor Tags
IBM, Maersk Developing Cargo Tracker
—Mark Roberti, Editor, RFID Journal
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