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Fujitsu develops its smallest ever UHF RFID fashion tag
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Jan '17
Innovative technologies and front end solutions developer Fujitsu Frontech North America has developed their smallest UHF RFID tag for high fashion apparel and accessories. The WT-A433L washable UHF RFID tag is 33 per cent smaller than its predecessor, the WT-A522L UHF RFID tag with improved washing durability, while also being virtually undetectable.

According to the company, unlike most garment RFID tags, the WT-A433L tag is made from transparent materials and is virtually invisible when sewn into clothing or accessories.

“So, even though the WT-A433L UHF RFID tag is virtually undetectable when installed in the sheerest of garments, it provides positive identification of an item even if the sales tags have been removed,” it informed.

Measuring only 37mm x 10mm x 0.3 mm, the mini tag can easily be sewn into hems, seams, or under manufacturers’ labels and is home-wash, dry-clean, and ironing safe.

“Fraud and counterfeiting in high fashion apparel are on the rise. Attaching the Fujitsu Fashion tag mini in high-value garments and accessories can provide positive confirmation of an item’s authenticity and also help reduce incidents of fraud”, said Randy Fox, vice president of sales and marketing, Fujitsu Frontech North America. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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