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Avery Dennison expands RFID-enabled retailer solution line
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Apr '14
Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS), the world’s leading provider of RFID-based inventory management systems for apparel, announced a newly expanded RFID portfolio that brings dramatically improved inventory accuracy and visibility to retail categories, including jewelry, cosmetics, healthcare, housewares and footwear, which until now have been hard to serve.
 
In addition, RBIS is introducing new inlays for apparel. Avery Dennison RBIS is showcasing these new solutions in booth #416 at RFID Journal Live! 2014 in Orlando, April 8 – 10. 
 
“Our portfolio of UHF Gen2-compliant inlays continues to deliver the most versatile and high-performance RFID solutions available on the market today, and we’re pleased to bring the benefits of these solutions to new categories,” said Francisco Melo, vice president of global RFID, Avery Dennison.
 
New UHF Inlay Solutions Announced at RFID Journal Live
AD-320u7 – optimized for item-level apparel retail, this tested and qualified solution represents the smallest label size to provide excellent read range performance on a broad range of item-level apparel categories, reducing label complexity across the supply chain:
-Antenna size: 41.4x16mm (1.61”x0.63”)/SmartFacelabel size: 44.4x19.05mm (1.75” x 0.75”)
-Utilizes NXP UCODE 7 IC
 
AD-172u7 – optimized, tested and qualified for excellent hand-held performance for use in retail environments for fashion and fine jewelry:
-Antenna size: 22x12.5mm (0.87”x0.49”)/SmartFace label size: 31.75x15.49mm (1.25”x0.61”)
-Utilizes NXP UCODE 7 IC
 
AD-160u7 – developed for the cosmetic category in high-density read environments, this inlay with narrow form factor has been tested and qualified at a major vertical retailer and is intended for packaging with limited space, such as lipstick tubes and eyeliner pencils and provides strong performance on bottled liquids and lotions:
-Antenna size: 60x4mm (2.36” x 0.158”)/Label size: 64x6mm (2.77” x 0.236”)
-Utilizes NXP UCODE 7 IC 
 
AD-180u7 – designed for eye shadow and cylindrical type packaging:
-Antenna size: 26mm (1.02”) diam./SmartFace label size: 29.2mm  (1.15”) Diam.
-Utilizes NXP UCODE 7 IC
 
AD-383u7 & AD-381m5 – developed for item-level apparel applicationsand major global retailers:
-Antenna Size: 50x30mm (1.97”x1.18”)
-AD-383u7 utilizes NXP UCODE 7 IC
-AD-381m5 utilizes Impinj Monza 5 IC
 


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