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Fujitsu launches ultra-high frequency RFID tags
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Jun '16
Courtesy- Fujitsu
Courtesy- Fujitsu
Fujitsu Frontech North America, a leader in innovative technology and front-end solutions has launched its new ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID tags for industrial garments, flat linens and fashion tag for formal wear, high fashion apparel, garments, and accessories.

The new Fujitsu WT-A522L and WT-A522LA fashion tags are virtually imperceptible when installed in the sheerest of garments. For industrial applications, Fujitsu is introducing the new, ultra-rugged, WT-A533 tag for industrial linen processes.

The new WT-A522L fashion tag is made from transparent materials and is virtually invisible when sewn into clothing or accessories. Measuring 55mm x 10mm x 0.3 mm, the WT-A522L tag can easily be sewn into hems, seams, or under manufacturers' labels and is home wash, dry-clean, and ironing safe.

For industrial garment and linen applications, Fujitsu has announcing the new WT-A533 linen tag for heavy-duty industrial laundry applications. The new linen tag has an advanced mechanical design which gives it extra strength and reliability in heavy-duty industrial garment and flat linen applications.

“UHF RFID technology will significantly reduce the labour cost compared to single garment processing at tuxedo and high fashion rental companies. Also, fraud and counterfeiting in high fashion apparel is on the rise. Including an 'invisible' RFID tag in high-value garments and accessories will provide positive confirmation of an item's authenticity and also help reduce incidents of fraud. The WT-A533 Linen tag and the WT-A522L Fashion tags provide any garment manufacturer, rental or laundry operation one-stop shopping for all of their RFID needs,” said Randy Fox, vice president of sales and marketing, Fujitsu Frontech North America. (NA)

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