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Contactless RFID Disc Tag operates at 13.56 MHz.

Featuring max contactless read/write distance of 12 cm, model 113415 uses 1k Mifare chip and is compliant with ISO 14443 standard. Clear tag, laminated with PVC, has adhesive backing and can survive temperatures from -20 to +85°C. Serial number printing is available. Areas of use include asset tracking, anti-counterfeiting, and tour patrol in process control, factory automation, item...

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Steel and Rubber RFID Tags withstand harsh environments.

Made of steel, WoW tag can be welded to any metal part and uses MSOP chip with UHF Class 1, Gen 2/ISO 18000-6c compliant frequency. It can be read from every direction. Featuring vulcanized rubber encasing chip on-board electronics design, FRAC Tag can be placed tightly around pipes and other tubular objects. It attaches via nylon-coated 5/16 in. braided stainless-steel cable with pre-crimped...

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Round Paper RFID Tag is used for DVD and CD tagging.

Commonly used as electronic label for article surveillance, model 113004 can be read and written to and is compatible with ICODE SLI and ISO 15693 standards. Tag supports multi-detection and allows for max read quantity of 30 labels/sec, with tested read range of up to 10 cm. With memory capacity from 512 bits up to 10 kbit, contactless tag conforms to IC dependant data coding and features...

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Contactless Key Ring RFID Tag can be used for ID control.

Contactless Key Ring RFID Tag can be used for ID control.

Used for personnel identification, Model 111006 is 125 kHz, low-frequency key ring RFID tag that is encapsulated in resin and features waterproof design for resistance to immersion in salt water, alcohol, oil, 10% HCL, and ammonia. It provides read range of 2-6 cm at rate of 1 tag/sec. Operating over temperature range of -40 to +85°C, unit is able to withstand shock or vibration in harsh...

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RFID Ear Tag tracks medium-sized livestock.

RFID Ear Tag tracks medium-sized livestock.

Waterproof and resistant to immersion in salt water, alcohol, oil, and ammonia, polyester-encapsulated 13.56 MHz RFID Ear Tag can be used to monitor each animal's feeding, location, and vaccination histories. Tag is compliant with ISO 15693 standards and supports contactless read only. Able to survive wide temperature range of -55 to 100°C, unit is suitable for harsh environmental conditions.

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RFID Wrist Band Tag tracks attendance at water attractions.

Available with various transponder ICs, waterproof and dustproof model 113416 is suited for attendance management at schools, hospitals, and sport centers with outdoor, water-based recreational facilities. Read range for this 13.5 MHz tag, which performs even in harsh environments, is 1-10 cm. Resistant to vibration and able to operate over -40 to +70°C range, product complies with ISO 156693...

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REHAU AG Optimises Its Automotive Parts Production Quality and Logistics with RFID

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, June 14, 2010) - REHAU AG, a leading supplier of premium quality plastic parts for the automotive industry has implemented RFID into its operations to optimise production quality and logistics. Thanks to RFID, the company is able to manufacture individually defined parts for customers instead of being constrained to uniform mass production, and also to ensure accurate...

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RFID Disc Tags withstand harsh conditions.

RFID Disc Tags withstand harsh conditions.

Produced by PVC lamination process, RFID Disc Tags are completely waterproof and resistant against abrasion, impact, and corrosion. Units come in 13/20 and 30 mm diameters with thickness of 0.6 mm. Available in 125 kHz low frequency and 13.56 MHz high frequency models, tags offer read range from 3 cm to 10 m and are suitable for asset tracking, library management, logistics, and...

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Lufthansa Successfully Speeds up Aircraft Maintenance with UPM Raflatac's RFID Tags

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere) - Lufthansa Technik, a global provider of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, has been successfully using RFID technology in tracking aircraft components for the past two years. Lufthansa Technik Logistik (LTL), the logistics service provider of LHT, was one of the first companies to use RFID technology in aviation. Since 2008, LTL has been attaching...

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Scandinavia's Leading Slate Manufacturer Minera Norge Automates Delivery Processes with Award Winning RFID Solution

(UPM Raflatac, Tampere, May 19, 2010) - Scandinavia's leading slate manufacturer, Minera Norge, uses UPM Raflatac ShortDipole and Hammer RFID tags converted by AdhTech, superDAGFINN and portalRFID solutions from ACT Systems Skandinavia to automate the locating and delivery processes of its stone products. Minera Norge's products are used for example in interiors, walkways and floors, and are...

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