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BT-1HT High Temperature UHF RFID Tag
The patent-pending TROI BT-1HT provides identification and tracking capabilities never-before available in rugged or hazardous use-areas.
Not only can the tag be mounted to any metallic surface by either welding or bolting the tag, but it can withstand unprecedented temperature (consistent temperatures of 300 degrees Centigrade), pressure and environmental conditions.
17mm High x 27mm Wide x 50mm Long
Class 1 Generation 2 passive UHF RFID transponder
Air interface protocol
EPCGlobal Class1Gen2; ISO 18000-6C (-63)
865-869 MHz (EU)
902-928 MHz (US)
Standard: Alien Higgs 3
Optional: NXP UCODE G2XM, Impinj Monza4QT)
Standard: 128 bit
Optional: Up to 240 bit
EPC memory content
Unique 96-bit number encoded
Factory-programmed, non-changeable, unique 64-bit ID.
Real-world: 1 – 2 meters, depending on attachment
Lab environment: 6 meters +
Applicable surface materials
Metal surfaces; ferrous and non-ferrous.
Proprietary extreme high temp resin with ceramic filler.
ISO 17665 – Sterilization of Health Care Products – Moist Steam
ISO 11135 - Sterilization of Health Care Products – Ethylene Oxide
Product is RoHS compliant
-50ºC to +300ºC / -50ºF to +600 ºF* for no longer than 24 continuous hours.
+350ºC / +700ºF @ 30 minutes duration
Temperature Cycling Test Performed to Confirm Design
6 Hours at 300 deg C; 18 hour cool-down; 30-day test cycle, non-limiting.
Complete protection against dust
Protection against continuous immersion in water
(the RFID tag will not function while it is immersed in water)
Excellent, including UV-resistance and sea water immersion
Embedded RFID tag tested to 30,000psi for 30 days
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 function between -50 deg C and +80 deg C