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Which RFID Tags Will Work in High-Humidity Environments?

Posted By RFID Journal, 09.11.2009
Are there any radio frequency identification tags designed for use in environments with high levels of humidity?

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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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