BT-2 Bandable Weldable UHF RFID Tag, ATEX RFID, ATEX RFID TAGS, ATEX, Troi RFID Tags
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BT-2 Bandable Weldable UHF RFID Tag
The patent-pending TROI BT-2 provides identification and tracking capabilities never-before available in such a tiny plastic package designed for rugged or hazardous use-areas. The BT-2 was designed for all banding situations (2 inch diameter object and larger) using traditional half-inch wide banding, and is able to withstand temperatures up to 200 degrees C.
A weldable version and an adhesive backed version are also offered
NOTE: Not including banding or weldable bar.
25.4 mm Long x 25.4 mm Wide x 12.7 mm High
Passive RFID tag
Standard: UHF (Ultra High Frequency band; 860MHz – 950MHz))
Air interface protocol
UHF: EPCGlobal Class1Gen2 / ISO/IEC 18000-6C
Standard: UHF 865-869 MHz (EU), 902-928 MHz (US)
IC options - UHF
Standard: Impinj Monza 4
EPC memory - UHF
Standard: 128 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, depending on attachment
Lab environment: 7 meters
Any material, including sub-surface (back-filled with epoxy [non-metallic materials]).
Surface mounting on metal surfaces, both ferrous and non-ferrous.
High temperature plastic: Proprietary impact resistant filled nylon
Tag only: 4 grams
ISO 17665 – Sterilization of Health Care Products – Moist Steam
ISO 11135 - Sterilization of Health Care Products – Ethylene Oxide
Product RoHS compliant?
-50º C to +200º C*
-50º F to + 392º F*
Temperature Cycling Test
200 deg C continuous, for 30 days
- Complete protection against dust
- Protection against continuous immersion in water
(Tested for 5 hours in 1 m [3.3 ft] depth)
Excellent, including UV-resistance and sea water immersion
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
The RFID tag will not be functional if the BT-2 is left at the maximum indicated temperatures such that the internal soak temperature exceeds +80 deg C (+176 deg F). The RFID tag itself will function between -50 deg C and +80 deg C.