RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a robust technology that is increasingly being used to identify, track and get the traceability of all kinds of items. The conversion and manufacturing of RFID tags aims to integrate the (IC) integrated circuit,is in useful formats for printing and encoding, so that any user has a solution for your application. There are many applications of RFID and can be applied in countless different sectors: logistics, industrial production and storage, warehouse management, access control, pharmaceutical and patient tracking, retail, sports timing, nfc, aviation and auto production, libraries, etc. The uses are continually expanding into new industries and sectors.
The RFID tags Avery Dennison Smartrac Belt Impinj Monza R6P are highly useful in the textile and industrial sectors. They have been designed for individual product identification, logistics process control, and management.
They are equipped with the Impinj Monza R6-P chip. This chip has a feature that allows the tag to self-adjust efficiently and diversely, ensuring optimal performance in every circumstance.
The Monza R6-P inlay offers additional user memory, a deactivation function, and easy access to the memory to change the tag's information if necessary.DATA SHEET
This product is available in Dry Inlay, Wet Inlay, and Label/Sticker formats, with a standard dimension of 70 x 10 mm that varies depending on the format. It operates in the UHF frequency range of 860 - 960 MHz.
The tag complies with international quality and performance standards ISO 18000-63 EPC Class 1 Gen 2, ensuring its proper functioning in complex and diverse environments. Additionally, like all Avery Dennison products, they are manufactured following the highest industry quality standards in RFID technology.
Dry Inlay: 3005067 / IL-602871
Wet Inlay: 3005068 / IL-602872 (73 x 13 mm)
Label/Sticker: 3005066 / IL-602870 (73 x 17 mm)
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