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New UHF RFID tag by GAO for textiles & garment sector
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Aug '12
GAO RFID Inc. is offering its flexible and durable UHF RFID laundry tag which allows simultaneous reading. Its small, soft and flexible material makes it ideal for textiles, clothing, garments and accessories.

This UHF RFID laundry tag, model 116407, features exceptional durability, complete flexibility, heat-seal capability and withstands repeated washing, drying, dry cleaning and ironing. It provides a read range of up to 2 m thus inventory management can be performed accurately and easily. The tag conforms to the ISO/IEC 18000-6 Type C standard.
 
The efficiency of check-at-once inventory management and extended read range and accuracy greatly improve receiving, shipping, and tracking of assets keeping costs low by improving workflow.
 
This small and soft UHF RFID laundry tag belongs to GAO’s family of Gen 2 EPC UHF RFID Tags. This family of RFID tags includes a wide variety of RFID tags to meet customers’ different needs. Some featured products in this line include 860 MHz to 960 MHz Gen 2 Thin PVC Card-Passive which is ideal for any application requiring small form factor and long read range and 860 to 950 MHz RFID Tire Tag and many other RFID tags.
 
GAO RFID Inc. has provided various solutions that are compatible with RFID readers and tags so that the users can choose whatever they need. For example, GAO’s RFID Access Control Solution is a performing and efficient access control system required by most organizations today for enhanced security to limit access to restricted areas, tracking employee activity and improving loss prevention. 

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