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RX-101 Micro Boltable Ceramic UHF RFID Tag

RX-101 Micro Boltable Ceramic UHF RFID Tag
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Model:  RX-101_Micro_Boltable_Ceramic_UHF_RFID_Tag


RX-101 Micro Boltable Ceramic UHF RFID Tag

The patent-pending TROI RX-101 Micro Boltable 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 ceramic tag is designed to be mounted to any metallic surface by simply using an existing mounting bolt and screwing it down. It can withstand unprecedented high temperature (consistent temperatures of 100 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.

Size

Length: 50.8 mm (2 inch)

Width:   12.7 mm (0.5 inch)

Height:  6.35 mm (0.25 inch)

Read range - UHF

Real-world: 1 – 2 meters

Lab environment: 7 meters

Tag material

HIX polyolefin

Applicable surfaces

Any metallic material

Product RoHS compliant?

Yes

Standards compliancy

ATEX-compliant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Environmental Specifications

Operating temperature

-50ºC (-50ºF) to +100ºC* (212ºF)

Temperature Cycling Test

-25ºC to +85ºC continuous for 7 days

IP classification

IP69K

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 the tag 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.