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Murata Electronics intros on-metal tool-tracking tag; SATO offers printer capable of encoding RFID labels; Schreiner MediPharm unveils RFID label, supply chain security solutions; STMicroelectronics rolls out system-on-chip for LoRa IoT; Bluebird debuts new IoT RFID products; NFC Forum releases new specifications.
Jan 16, 2020—
Murata Electronics Intros On-Metal Tool-Tracking Tag
Murata Electronics has announced its LXTBKZMCMG-010 RFID tag, designed to be placed directly on metal items, such as surgical tools. The solution can be incorporated into any device's tool-tracking system, Murata reports, enabling users to determine a specific item's usage and warranty status, and to assign user accountability. These features are intended to help companies improve loss prevention, reduce the amount of time workers spend searching for tools and provide data analytics.
Measuring 6 millimeters by 2 millimeters by 2.3 millimeters (0.23 inch by 0.08 inch by 0.09 inch), the tag has a read range up to 150 centimeters (59 inches) and covers the UHF frequency band range of 865 to 928 MHz. This allows for multiple items to be read simultaneously, the company explains. The tag meets the EPCglobal Gen 2v2 standard and is 100 percent RoHS-compliant, according to the company.
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