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ARIO 370L-HL RFID tag helps in tracking laundered garments
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May '08
TAGSYS, the global leader in Radio Frequency IDentification infrastructure (RFID), announced the release of the ARIO 370L-HL RFID tag. The tag's unique button-like design improves service levels for businesses such as elder care facilities and hospitals.

The ARIO 370L-HL's white casing enables the tag to be sewn discretely onto light-colored items. By attaching it directly to laundered items guarantees garments will be returned to the proper owners.

“The ARIO 370L-HL tag is the product we've been waiting for to address the needs of our nursing home clients”, said Guy Burtschell, General Manager of Actiprint. “This 'button' tag is ideal for garment applications because of its small size, and it enables us to efficiently track items throughout the laundering process and accurately return personal garments to the correct residents.”

The ARIO 370L-HL's innovative two-hole architecture quickly enables the tag to be sewn on garments either manually or automatically using most sewing machines without compromising its durability. Each ARIO 370L-HL is guaranteed to survive 200+ washing cycles to ensure durability and high performance throughout the life of the garment.

Together with the ARIO 370L-DL, the ARIO 370L-HL are part of TAGSYS' ISO 15693 encapsulated tag family - uniquely designed to withstand extreme humidity, temperature, pressure and chemical applications. Measuring 15.5mm in diameter at a thickness of 2.8mm, the ARIO 370L-HL andARIO 370L-DL can be used together to effectively track garments throughout the laundering cycle.

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