UHF RFID Tag runs on solar power


Companies who are constantly seeking out solutions for smarter and more user-friendly RFID technologies need not worry anymore. Enable IPC has found a solution for companies who have long hoped for a smaller RFID tag that is convenient and easy to deploy.

Most often than not, companies are reluctant to spend extra costs to frequently replace tags that are placed in highly inaccessible locations. Enable IPC has developed a patent to solve this problem. There is also an additional environmentally-friendly feature – this new UHF RFID tag can function without a battery source. Yes, it recharges automatically under any light source, and also stores energy in an on-board capacitor. Once charged, it can function up to 48 hours, and only requires two minutes thereafter to recharge.

Detectable up to a 75 foot read range, the solar-powered UHF RFID tag has a good polycarbonate casing that is both impact-resistant and UV-ray-resistant. Companies in the following industries may find this an important improvement to their current RFID applications: aerospace, fixed asset management, logistics, and vehicle tracking.

This product is distributed by William Frick & Company.

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Article is retrieved from: RFID Ready

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