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Battery-free RFID sensor tag reduces maintenance costs

Battery-free RFID sensor tag reduces maintenance costs
An RFID sensor tag, capable of transmitting a unique identifier and the associated weight measurement data to a commercial EPC C1G2 reader without the need of a battery on the sensor tag, has been released by Farsens. The Atlas features four channels for load cells with measurement ranges from 0 to 900kfg per channel.
24th November 2014

RFID solves modern railway maintenance challenges

RFID solves modern railway maintenance challenges
Robust, long-lived, maintenance free and reliable, RFID systems from HARTING offer an optimal solution to a number of challenging problems in the servicing and maintenance of modern railway systems. They are suited to the challenges of rail applications such as extreme environmental demands, stone impacts, vandalism, very high speeds and the increased demand for reliability in the face of rising cost pressure and tight maintenance schedules.
21st November 2014

Battery-free RFID sensor tags enhance DCIM system

Battery-free RFID sensor tags enhance DCIM system
  Farsens' passive RFID tags and sensors, which do not require batteries, have been used by EPC Solutions Taiwan to augment its DCIM (Data Centre Infrastructure Management) system. The RFID tags remotely monitor asset temperature, pressure and humidity of data centre equipment.
30th October 2014


Intelligent clothing harvests energy from RF fields

Intelligent clothing harvests energy from RF fields
  Technical textiles which act as antennas that harvest energy from RF fields are being developed by AITEX. Farsens’ ANDY100 RFID chip will then use this energy to drive embedded sensors such as those monitoring temperature or heartbeat. 
17th October 2014

RFID RH & temperature sensor tag is battery-free

RFID RH & temperature sensor tag is battery-free
Transmitting a unique identifier and associated RH (Relative Humidity) and temperature measurement data to a commercial EPC C1G2 reader, Farsens has announced the Hygro-Fenix-H221 RFID sensor tag. Without requiring a battery or wiring on the sensor tag, the device offers temperature with an accuracy of ±1°C in the range of 0 to +60°C.
23rd September 2014

RFID multiple switch monitor tag does not require batteries

RFID multiple switch monitor tag does not require batteries
Enabling a fast and automated connected/disconnected check of up to 32 switches, the X32 RFID multiple switch monitor tag has been introduced by Farsens. The RFID switch monitor tag can transmit a unique identifier and the status of up to 32 switches to a commercial EPC C1G2 reader without the need of a battery on the sensor tag.
28th August 2014

RFID transponder operates from -50 to +160°C

RFID transponder operates from -50 to +160°C
A RFID transponder suitable for use in harsh environments, has been released by HARTING. Due to its combination of robustness, high protection and resistance to high temperatures, the Ha-VIS RFID VT 86 (HT) performs particularly well in harsh environments. The transponder measures 41x11x5.15mm, has a memory of 3kB and an operating temperature of -50 to +160°C.
25th July 2014

Battery-free RFID light detector tag launched

Battery-free RFID light detector tag launched
A battery-free RFID light detector tag has been launched by Farsens. The SHADOW, which is compatible with EPC C1G2 readers, features a LPRS N5AC501085 Light Dependent Resistor (LDR) to detect exposure to light or darkness. The tag has a 96 bits EPC number, a 32 bit TID and a password protected Kill command.
7th July 2014

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


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