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Sokymat offers S-Tag10 family for laundry & textile industry
02
Jun '08
Sokymat Automotive GmbH, a global leader in the development, production and sale of RFID components, announces the introduction of a miniature laundry tag, the S-Tag10.

The 13.56MHz transponder, only 10mm wide and 2mm thick, is one of the smallest laundry tags available on the market.

Until, pre-sorting of soiled garments, linens or mops in industrial laundries in order to allocate each one to the proper washing process required manual handling.

With RFID technology, this sorting process becomes much faster and more efficient, and can also be automated something not possible with barcodes.

Hygiene is thus improved and it is easier to avoid the loss of items thanks to seamless data management.

For this application, specific wash-proof transponders resistant to aggressive chemical agents, moisture, dirt, heat and pressure are necessary in order to guarantee a long lasting solution.

The Sokymat Automotive S-Tag10 was developed with this goal in mind.

Like the S-Tag1616mm HF transponder introduced last year, the S-Tag10 is a robust hermetically sealed laundry tag highly resistant to aggressive chemicals and acids, as well as thermal and mechanical stress.

Sokymat Automotive guarantees 100% reliability of the tag for 200 washing and drying cycles in accordance with DIN EN ISO15797 “Textiles – Industrial washing and finishing procedures for testing of workwear”.

Due to its particularly small size, the S-Tag 10 is ideal for personal garments in scenarios where individual items need to be tracked at all times to ensure peace of mind to the owner.

The S-Tag family is available with a variety of different ISO 15693-compatible chips. With the S-Tag10, Sokymat Automotive now offers a complete range of RFID transponders covering all textile identification applications.

Moreover, the enhanced robustness of the tags makes them suitable also for a variety of harsh-environment industrial applications.

Sokymat Automotive GmbH

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