ROSWELL RFID TAG with an ATEX version certified for hazardous environments: Oil & Gas valve, Wellhead management, Food processing plants, Automotive manufacturing

ROSWELL RFID TAG with an ATEX version certified for hazardous environments for Oil & Gas valve, Wellhead management, Food processing plants, Automotive manufacturing
XERAFY Roswell

Best For Hazardous Environments

Is the first rugged RFID tag of its kind, using only its aluminum exterior as an antenna.

Its patent-pending antenna-free design enables item-level tracking for demanding applications, with an ATEX version certified for hazardous environments.


The Xerafy TRAK series offers cost-effective inventory RFID tags optimized for identification in the Warehouse, the Factory, the Data Center to deliver real-time visibility into every workflow and lifecycle.

The passive RFID tags for inventory management leverage Xerafy’s field experience with inventory tracking applications and how to meet their requirements and challenges in the field. They offer durability and performance for lower deployment costs and can be combined with the OUTDOOR long range tags and METAL SKIN printable labels series.

“Xerafy is a highly regarded specialist in the field of RFID for mission-critical applications, and their Global Trak RFID tag came out on top of our evaluation.”

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How to customize

Standard tagging solutions that are fully personalized for RFID systems, to the exact specifications of the critical assets and equipment they are tracking.

Service Bureau customization options are available to mark and program RFID tags.

On the other hand, RFID labels printing can be done in the field or taken care of by the Service Bureau.

And for unique requirements and features, it is also possible to custom build a tagging solution.

Applicable for tags: Versa TRAK, Data TRAK II, Slim TRAK, Global TRAK


Customized using physical markings to feature an asset identification number, a barcode, or a logo for instance.

Custom asset tags can be custom marked in the field, or be taken care of by the Service Bureau of the manufacturer or distributor.


Programmable tags use RFID chips that are specifically designed with memory that can be written.

This allows for the tags to be encoded with custom EPC ranges for unique identification, serialized or unserialized.

The quantity of information that can be encoded will depend on the specifications of the chip being used.

RFID Engineering

Can be designed specifically for a tracking system’s application and deployment requirements: Form factor, material, mounting system, read range, accuracy, user memory, fixed and/or handheld RFID readers, on-site printers and encoders, software configuration.

Connected assets are an example of custom-built RFID tagging solutions that refer specifically to equipment that OEMs have designed with RFID and IOT features built-in.


Oil & Gas valve
Wellhead management
Food processing plants
Automotive manufacturing

Technical Specifications

RF protocol EPC global Class 1 Gen 2
Frequency 902-928 MHz (US); 865-868 MHz (EU)
IC type (chip) Alien Higgs 3
Chip memory 96 bits EPC; 64 bits unique TID; 512 bits user memory
Read range fixed Up to 16.40 ft (5 m)
Read range handheld Up to 11.48 ft (3.50 m)
Polarization Linear
Radiation pattern on metal



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