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Ultrathin tag-06 for industrial laundry environment

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Sep '09
DAILY RFID, a Chinese leading producer of RFID tags, has recently unveils its latest UHF Gen2 RFID laundry tag-06 for industrial laundry environment. The laundry tag has been tested to survive after 200 times laundry process in industrial laundry.

Under industrial laundry process, most of RFID laundry tags available in the market can be reused only for 30-50 times. And DAILY's laundry tag can be reused for 100-200 times under harsh industrial laundry conditions since it is made of PET and copper to meet all endurance requirements in terms of heat and chemical resistance.

This ultrathin RFID laundry tag is designed in 0.7mm thick for easy attachment to linen, such as garment, towel and bed sheet. With strictly technique, it can work accurately when subjected to the harsh laundry conditions, including high temperatures, pressure and aggressive chemicals.

Here is the specification about the RFID Laundry Tag for industry segment:

1) Type: Contactless Read & Write

2) Operating Frequency: 860MHz ~ 960MHz

3) Compliance : ISO18000-6C EPC Gen2

4) Material: PET / Copper

5) Physical Size: 25mm*76mm

Thickness: 0.7mm

6) Operating Temperature: -10°C to +180°C

7) Storage Temperature: -40°C to +200°C


DAILY RFID


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