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Dec 05, 2019—
Xerafy Unveils RFID Tag for Complex Production Environments
Xerafy has announced that its Pico Plus Series UHF RFID tag is sized to fit on small metallic assets, such as blade servers, and to offer what it claims is a competitive read range performance compared to tags twice its size. The IP68-rated PicoX II Plus can be attached to weapons, tools and medical devices, the company reports. The rugged tag offers up to a 10-foot read range and a durable form factor. It utilizes a specially engineered polymer and is designed for industrial applications for which critical and potentially hazardous situations require the reliable identification of assets.
The tag can be applied to metallic surface materials, comes in a hard tag form factor, is composed of engineering-grade nylon polymer and can be attached via a high-performance adhesive. Its dimensions are 17.7 millimeters by 10.9 millimeters by 5 millimeters (0.70 inch by 0.43 inch by 0.20 inch), and its weight is 2 grams (0.07 ounce). The tag's operating temperature is -30 degrees to +85 degrees Celsius (-22 degrees to +185 degrees Fahrenheit).
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