XERAFY MICRO SeriesHigh Temperature RFID Tags Engineered For Industrial Processes: On Metal, Shocks, Acids, Chemicals, Pressure, Waterproof

MICRO Series - High Temperature RFID Tags Engineered For Industrial Processes: On Metal, Shocks, Acids, Chemicals, Pressure, Waterproof
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RFID TAG MICRO Series

The MICRO series from Xerafy offers the ultimate on metal high temperature RFID tags, providing consistent performance where reliability and durability are critical.

As Xerafy’s leading rugged RFID tags engineered for high temperature on metal tracking, the MICRO series offers durable and reusable tagging alternatives to barcode labels, making them suitable for a wide range of industrial assets

The waterproof tags use a combination of packaging and casing materials to protect the RFID chip from heat, shocks, corrosion, pressure, and water.

The on metal RFID tags have been field-proven at manufacturing facilities around the world, alongside PICO small tags and XS smallest RFID tags.

High Temperature RFID Tags That Stand Out

The MICRO series from Xerafy offers the ultimate on metal high temperature RFID tags, providing consistent performance where reliability and durability are critical.

As Xerafy’s leading rugged RFID tags engineered for high temperature on metal tracking, the MICRO series offers durable and reusable tagging alternatives to barcode labels, making them suitable for a wide range of industrial assets

The waterproof tags use a combination of packaging and casing materials to protect the RFID chip from heat, shocks, corrosion, pressure, and water.

What are UHF RFID tags?

UHF RFID (Ultra High Frequency Radio-Frequency Identification) tags are a type of RFID technology that operates at RFID frequencies between 300 MHz and 3 GHz.

The tags consist of a small antenna and a microchip that stores data about the object being tagged. When the tag is within range of an RFID reader, the reader sends a signal to the tag, which responds with its unique identification number and any other data programmed into the chip.

This information can then be used to track and manage the tagged object.

Unlike barcodes, UHF RFID allows for reading and writing data in bulk, in seconds, from a distance, and out of sight, thus enabling automated asset tracking.

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