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SALTO Systems releases electronic hotel lock featuring RFID, wireless, mobile technologies ••• IDTronic intros compact desktop RFID reader for access control, time attendance, membership registration ••• Fathom, Gimbal forge technology alliance ••• InfoChip unveils durable, long-range wideband tag ••• Datamars announces RFID chip for industrial laundry ••• Saelig distributes low-energy Bluetooth protocol analyzer from Teledyne LeCroy.
By Rich Handley

InfoChip Unveils Durable, Long-Range Wideband Tag

InfoChip's new MultiMount RFID tag is a durable wideband tag with a long read range and multiple attachment methods. This tag is designed to track industrial assets, in order to help logistics managers improve accuracy and increase efficiency in a yard or at a facility.

InfoChip's MultiMount RFID tag
This long-range UHF tag complies with the EPC Gen 2 and ISO 18000-6C standards, and can be read from up to 20 feet away via a standard handheld reader. A single tag can function with both U.S. and E.U. readers. The MultiMount can be attached in a variety of methods, including hanging, banding or via bolt and screw mount, and measures 2.25 inches by 1.7 inches by 0.63 inch.

Designed for use in harsh environments, the MultiMount is suitable for such applications as subsea, tubular yard management, pipelines, pipe slings, oil and gas basket returns, valves and rigging. The MultiMount joins the company's other tags, including the DuraPlug, the DuraDisc, the TackTag2 and tge PipeTracker2.

Datamars Announces RFID Chip for Industrial Laundry

Datamars has announced the release of its LaundryChip 401. The latest addition to the company's LaundryChip family of transponders is specifically designed for the industrial laundry sector.

Datamars' LaundryChip 401
"In today's market," said Brian Zapach, the president of Datamars US, in a prepared statement, "industrial laundry facilities, textile rental companies, hospitals and hospitality chains need transponders that both endure the harshest industrial laundry conditions and are as small as possible, allowing them to be easily embedded in flat linens and garments. We have responded by introducing our slimmest UHF transponder ever, keeping, and even improving, the mechanical resistance and best-in-class electronic performance that characterizes our LaundryChip family."

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