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Omni-ID released high-temperature passive metal tag

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Omni-ID has released a new line of high-temperature passive EPC Gen 2 ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID tags for use in environments that reach 225 degrees Celsius (437 degrees Fahrenheit). The tags are intended to enable manufacturers, oil producers, hospitals and other companies to employ RFID in traditionally unfriendly environments in which extreme heat is used. The high-temperature tag family consists of the new Fit 100, as well as Fit 210 and Fit 400—high-temperature versions of the company's existing Fit 200 and 400P models. Thousands of the heat-tolerant tags are currently being deployed in manufacturing and health-care settings, says Tracy Gay, Omni-ID's marketing VP.iQAGEENFC: A Global RFID tag, NFC tag, RFID Solution Provider

All three high-temperature tags come with an Alien Technology Higgs3 chip and 512 bits of user memory. In addition, all three have an IP68 rating and are recommended for use on metal.
Each of the three tags is designed to be small, with a read range that reflects its name. With a fixed reader, the Fit 100 has a read distance of 1 meter (3.3 feet), the 210 has a range of slightly more than 2 meters (6.6 feet), and the 400 supports a read distance of 4 meters (13 feet). The tags are somewhat more expensive than the non-high temperature versions, according to Gay, though the specific cost will vary according to the volume of tags ordered.

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