XS Dot Tag XERAFY smaller RFID tag specially designed for on metal asset: Hand Tools and Equipments, Automated Tool Tracking, Active FOD Prevention

XS Dash On Tag XERAFY smaller RFID tag specially designed for on metal asset: Hand Tools and Equipments, Automated Tool Tracking, Active FOD Prevention

World’s Smallest Ceramic Tag

The Xerafy XS Dot is the market-leading small RFID tag for on metal asset tracking.

Patented Xerafy ceramic technology ensures that the rugged RFID tag delivers performance well beyond market standards when it comes to metal and harsh environments.


The Xerafy XS series packs RFID performance into the smallest rugged on metal RFID tags available for item-level tracking of tools, instruments, and pipes.

The award-winning XS series tags are in operation around the world enabling RFID Systems deployed to support mission-critical operations, alongside the MICRO high-temp tags, and PICO small tags.

We tested many different types of tags, but Xerafy’s ability to read reliably and the minimum size of the XS series tags are unparalleled.


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.


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.

Technical Specifications

RF protocol EPC global Class 1 Gen2
Frequency902-928 (US) ; 865-868 (EU)
IC type (chip)1Alien Higgs-3
Memory296-EPC bits, 64-bit unique TID, 512 -bit user memory


Hand Tools and Equipments
Automated Tool Tracking
Active FOD Prevention



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