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Neology Receives OmniAir 6C Certification for S3 Selectable RFID Tag
Neology, a subsidiary of RFID industry company SMARTRAC, has announced that it has received certification for its 6C Three Position Selectable Mode Switch Tag (S3) from OmniAir Certification Services (OCS). The OCS certification validates that Neology tags comply with interoperability requirements across varied equipment and facilities and can withstand the harsh conditions of toll-collection environments.
The 6C product is designed specifically for electronic toll collection (ETC) and high occupancy toll (HOT) lane applications. The three-position feature of the Switch Tag allows for differentiation between three separate accounts, including SOV, 2+ Occupant and 3+ Occupant modes required by congested areas to improve customer satisfaction and mobility. Alternative uses are up to three separate accounts for business use or multi-state account management in one transponder.
The S3 Tag contains no toxic battery and is made with recyclable materials for minimal environmental impact and virtually unlimited life. Its case is ergonomically designed, with molded grip areas for ease of use. A unique two-sided color code window allows positive identification of the selected mode for motorists and law enforcement.
"The certification of our innovative S3 Tag allows toll agencies for the first time to offer an environmentally friendly alternative to battery-powered selectable transponders," said Francisco Martinez, Neology's CEO, in a prepared statement, "while maintaining three fully independent lane pricing strategies."
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