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GAO launches Passive Gen 2 Laundry Tag
24
Oct '08
GAO RFID Inc has released a Passive Gen 2 Laundry Tag, which is designed specifically for laundry applications that require a rugged RFID transponder that can withstand harsh environments. This RFID tag meets all endurance requirements in terms of heat, pressure and chemical resistance, for contactless tracking of garments in the textile rental and laundry industries.

The Gen 2 RFID laundry tag is made of sealed PPS and epoxy materials which enable the tag survives harsh treatment including sterilization. It is the perfect solution in laundry applications, as well as, a flexible option in process and factory automation.

GAO's passive UHF Gen 2 Laundry Tag provides the following features:
• This UHF Gen 2 Laundry Tag has an excellent resistance to high-temperature conditions and harsh environments.
• Non-line-of-sight data transmission allows the laundry tags to be identified without the need of visual contact.
• Useful for Laundry, Waterproof and High Temperature Applications.
• The flexible Read/Write Range from 0.5m or 1.5m (reader dependant).

Specifications for GAO RFID laundry tag:

Type: Contactless Read/Write
Compliance: GEN 2 IMPINJI
Operating Frequency: 860 to 960MHz
Capacity: 96bit EPC ID
Data Coding Type: EPC Class 1 GEN2
Multi-Detection: Yes
Tag Size: 24mm(diameter)×2.5mm(thickness)
Substrate Material: Sealed PPS + Epoxy
Color: black
Operating Temperature: -20°C to 85°C
Storage Temperature: -20°C to 110°C for 500 hours
120°C for 100 hours
140°C for 5 hours

GAO RFID Inc


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