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Avery Dennison launches new RFID durable tag
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Nov '08
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Avery Dennison RFID, a leading RFID technology provider, is introducing the new AD-902 Durable RFID Tag to its RFID product portfolio. The new tag is EPC Class 1 Gen 2 and ISO-18000-6C compliant.

The AD-902 is a durable tag that provides excellent RF performance in challenging environments on RF-friendly, reflective and absorptive contents where long read ranges are required. The AD-902 features 240 bit EPC memory and 512 bits of user memory in a rugged, impact-resistant case. In addition, the tag has been optimized for on-metal performance, so end-users can request either an FCC or ETSI option.

"The AD-902, with its increased memory capacity, enhances Avery Dennison's RFID tag portfolio," said George Dyche, RFID durable product manager. "It is a perfect solution for asset tracking RFID applications where more data needs to be stored in a durable tag and long read ranges and a low profile are required."

Omicron Technologies, Inc. utilized the AD-902 tag in an industrial refining plant to track and monitor personnel and assets under harsh conditions. The tag allowed for flawless tracking and identification within a harsh environment. "We chose the Avery Dennison RFID tag because of its rugged design, memory storage capacity and industry-leading read distance. Avery Dennison RFID tags fit our needs perfectly and ensured a quality product deployment," said Lionel Rabb, CEO of Omicron Technologies, Inc.

The extra memory capacity of the AD-902 allows for storage of applications data for product life cycle verification such as e-pedigree applications. The AD-902 is a good fit for logistics and inventory management, asset and container tracking and assembly verification.

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