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RFID technology enhances industrial connectors

RFID technology enhances industrial connectors
Now incorporating RFID transponders, HARTING’s Han family of industrial connectors allow specific data on the connector configuration to be linked with factory IT systems. This helps processes such as the ordering of spare parts. UV and ozone resistant materials and seals offer optimum protection against external physical influences and a temperature range from -40 to +125°C.
3rd July 2014

The RMETER: a battery-free RFID resistance meter tag

The RMETER: a battery-free RFID resistance meter tag
The RMETER from Farsens S.L, is a battery free RFID sensor tag capable of transmitting a unique identifier and the associated resistance measurement data to a commercial EPC C1G2 reader without the need of a battery on the sensor tag. This device can measure resistances in a range from 100Ω to 500KΩ with an accuracy of ±3%. It also offers an extended operation range from 10Ω to 10MΩ with an accuracy of ±7%.
18th June 2014

RFID resistance meter tag is battery-free

RFID resistance meter tag is battery-free
Measuring resistances from 100Ω to 500KΩ with an accuracy of ±3%, the RMETER from Farsens is a battery free RFID sensor tag capable of transmitting a unique identifier and the associated resistance measurement data to a commercial EPC C1G2 reader without the need of a battery on the sensor tag.
30th May 2014


RFID integrated circuit for jewelry and cosmetics

RFID integrated circuit for jewelry and cosmetics
Suitable for use in RFID tags for jewelry, cosmetics and other small and/or high value products, the EM4126 RFID integrated circuit has been introduced by EM Microelectronic. This EPC Gen2 RFID integrated circuit has been evaluated for use in small item-level tags for such items as jewelry and watches, where its high sensitivity allows for longer read ranges, even with a significantly smaller antenna/tag.
4th April 2014

RFID temperature sensor tag does not require batteries

RFID temperature sensor tag does not require batteries
Capable of transmitting a unique identifier and the associated temperature measurement data to a commercial EPC C1G2 reader, the Pyros-TGT2-DWB from Farsens is a battery free RFID sensor tag. The device features a 103GT-2 NTC thermistor (10K) from Semitec with a measurement range from -10 to +120°C with an accuracy of ±0.5°C.
28th March 2014

UHF RFID device now features a wired I2C interface

UHF RFID device now features a wired I2C interface
The latest addition to the surface mount MAGICSTRAP RFID family, Murata has commenced mass production of the LXMS2HACNF-165 RFID device featuring a wired I2C interface. Operating in the 900MHz frequency band, this device conforms to to the RFID standards ISO/IEC 18000-6C and EPC global C1G2.
27th March 2014

Starter kit introduces multi-standard RFID

Starter kit introduces multi-standard RFID
Primarily developed to determine the RFID transponder technology at the customer facility by presenting the customer card and reading the result on PC, the TWN4 Tech Tracer Kit has been announced by Elatec RFID Systems. The starter package helps manufacturers and integrators develop solutions for multi-standard readers.
4th March 2014

Battery-free RFID moisture sensor tag

Battery-free RFID moisture sensor tag
Farsens announce the introduction of a new battery-free RFID tag which features a humidity sensor. Compatible with commercial EPC C1G2 compliant UHF RFID readers, the HYDRO operates over a temperature range from -30°C to +85°C and features a read range of up to 1.5 metres.
9th December 2013

Battery free RFID magnetometer tag

Battery free RFID magnetometer tag
Farsens has introduced a new battery free RFID sensor tag, the Magneto. It is capable of transmitting a unique identifier and the associated magnetic field measurement data to a commercial EPC C1G2 reader without the need of a battery on the sensor tag. Featuring a reading distance of around 1.5 meters (5 feet), the tag can be embedded in a wide variety of materials such as plastics or concrete.
13th November 2013

RFID antenna provides reed ranges as low as one metre

RFID antenna provides reed ranges as low as one metre
Th new sMR20 RFID antenna from HARTING provides precisely defined read ranges as low as one metre, which represents an order of magnitude improvement over the currently accepted industry norm. As a result, items in close proximity to one another can be easily recognised and correctly assigned.
4th November 2013


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