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OK-106 Ceramic UHF RFID Tag

OK-106 Ceramic UHF RFID Tag
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Model:  OK-106_Ceramic_UHF_RFID_Tag


OK-106 Ceramic UHF RFID Tag

The patent-pending TROI OK-106 High Temperature Ceramic RFID tag provides automatic identification and tracking capabilities never-before available in such a unique package designed for rugged or hazardous use-areas.

The high temperature ceramic-molded, adhesive-backed tag is designed to be mounted to any metallic surface by either using the adhesive to hold it to the surface, or using TROI’s AP-1 Adhesive Paint. It can withstand unprecedented high temperature (consistent temperatures of 200 degrees Centigrade), high pressure and severe environmental conditions.

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Specifications

Device type

Passive RFID tag

Air interface protocol

UHF: EPCGlobal Class1Gen2 / ISO/IEC 18000-6C

Operational frequency

Standard: UHF (865-869 MHz (EU), 902-928 MHz (US))

IC options - UHF

Standard: Alien Higgs 3 (others on request)

Optional: EM, Fujitsu, Impinj, NXP (others on request)

EPC memory - UHF

Standard: 128 bit

Optional: Up to 240 bit

EPC memory content

Unique 96-bit number encoded

Extended memory - UHF

Standard: 512 bit

TID - UHF

Factory-programmed, non-changeable, unique 64-bit ID.

Read range - UHF

Real-world: 1 – 2 meters

Size

Length: 28 mm  

Width:   13 mm 

Height:  7 mm

Tag material

Ceramic

Tensile strength

2500 psi minimum

Applicable surfaces

Any material

Product RoHS compliant?

Yes

Standards compliancy

ATEX-compliant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Environmental Specifications

Operating temperature

-50ºC to +200ºC*

Temperature Cycling Test

200 deg C, continuous for 30-days

IP classification

IP68K

Weather resistance

Excellent, including UV-resistance and sea water immersion

Chemical resistance

No physical or performance changes in:
- Salt water

- NaOH (depending on concentration)

- Sulfuric acid (depending on concentration)

- Motor oil (tested in 168 hour exposure)

Generally good against:

- Most solvents

- Most acids and bases

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* NOTE: The RFID tag will not be functional if it is left at the maximum indicated temperatures such that the internal soak temperature exceeds +80 deg C. The RFID tag itself will (resume) function between -50 deg C and +80 deg C.