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By Beth Bacheldor

TexTrace Unveils New Woven RFID Brand Label With Impinj Monza R6-P

TexTrace has announced the expansion of its family of high-performance, woven radio frequency identification brand labels. These labels offer enhanced real-time inventory visibility even for smaller, delicate items, TexTrace explains, and provides real-time inventory-management capabilities for faster replenishment, reduced out-of-stocks, easy product searching and reliable loss prevention.

The new TexTrace woven RFID brand label features the latest generation of Impinj Monza R6-P RFID chip, and is compliant with the EPC Gen2V2 standards. The smaller sizes—as small as 17 millimeters by 50 millimeters (0.7 inch by 2 inches)—makes the labels suitable for such items as intimate apparel or accessories.

The new label adapts to regional RFID frequencies worldwide, thanks to a new antenna design, TexTrace reports, as well as the Monza R6-P's auto-tuning feature. With a single global tag that fits all regions, the company explains, labeled items can be shipped from any manufacturing site to any region, permitting simpler workflow processes and faster, easier shipping.

"Security, performance and peace of mind is built into every item with TexTrace's RFID-enabled woven brand label, eliminating the need for bulky EAS tags on all sizes and types of garments," said Sybille Korrodi, TexTrace's head of marketing and business development, in a prepared statement. "On top, we enable seamless product returns and prevent return fraud with stolen as well as fake items." and discreet size required for real-time inventory monitoring and loss prevention."

TexTrace showcased the new woven RFID label at this week's RFID Journal LIVE! event, held in Orlando, Fla.

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