UHF RFID tag, 860~ 960 Mhz, 54x 34 mm, NXP UCODE 8 chip, 10 meter read distance, ISO18000-6C & EPC Gen 2 v2.0.1
GEE-UT-GU8 is a type of long range uhf rfid label. Worked at 860~ 960 Mhz with latest NXP UCODE 8 chip embedded, it can be read at distance of 10 meter in free air, which is excellent in supply chain management, asset tracking, retail.
● NXP UCODE 8 chip with industry's highest RF performance, -23 dbm read sensitivity
● 54 x34 mm, paper or pet material with etched aluminum antenna
● 10 m Read distance in free air
● High security: TID, password, PSF for EAS
● optimizes chip sensitivity to gain maximum performance
● Advanced RFID tag production technology ensured outstanding quality
● Green products, ROHS, SGS compliance
|Material||Paper / PET|
|Size||54 mm (L) x 34 mm (W) x 0.3mm (H)|
|Antenna||Etched aluminum, 50 X 30 mm, model: GU8|
|Printing||White blank or printed|
|Packing||2,000 pcs/ roll, 8 rolls/ ctn, 10 kg/ roll|
|Protocol||ISO18000-6C & EPC Gen 2 v2.01|
|Frequency||860~ 960 Mhz|
|Chip||NXP UCODE 8|
|Memory||128 bit EPC, 96 bit TID|
|Read distance||10 m under 30 dbm RF output 8 dBi antenna|
|Rewrite duration||100,000 cycle|
|Data retention||10 years|
|Security||TID, 32 bit access, 32 bit kill password, PSF|
|Self adjust||optimizes chip sensitivity to gain maximum performance|
|Operating condition||-20 ~ 60 Degree Celsius, 5~ 95% RH, no condensation|
|Storage condition||-10 ~ 45 Degree Celsius, 5~ 95% RH, no condensation|
|ESD||+/ -2000V peak|
|Bending diameter||> 50 mm|
|Shelf life||2 years|
The fashion industry was one of the first retail sales sectors to adopt RFID technology
In recent years, mainly in the USA and Europe, dozens of fashion retailers like Marks & Spencer, Levi’s, Throttleman, American Apparel, Le Coq Sportif, Karstadt, Dillards and Galeria Kaufhof have implemented RFID product identification projects to improve their supply chain processes and retail outlet operations.
For such an industry, experiencing seasonal peaks and handling large volumes of goods, the use of RFID tags in the supply chain offers significant advantages:
- A major improvement in inventory accuracy and speed, resulting in better supply management, greater on-shelf availability and therefore more sales.A clear illustration of the advantages of RFID is that it enables bulk, ‘on-the-fly’ reading, thereby cutting inventory times by 90% and, at the same time, substantially improving inventory accuracy, as RFID leaves little room for human error and information on the style, size and color of an article can all be stored on the tag.
- Unprecedented fashion logistics productivity gains can be achieved thanks to improved reception, shipment and inventory processes in manufacturing factories, distribution centers and stores.The simultaneous, contactless and ‘on-the-fly’ reading of hanging articles and articles folded into boxes radically reduces the time spent counting and controlling articles during reception and shipment operations. Because it takes only a few seconds to identify all the articles on a pallet, a rack or in a parcel, our customers are spending 12 times less time checking their goods.
Thanks to RFID technology, today we have easier and abundant life than before. It not only change the way we purchasing, but also change the way of production. It builds an efficient information highway between the manufacturers and end customers, at one end of highway, manufactures can get instant sales status and make right decision on business, while at the other end, customers can directly get the products details and enjoy the fast purchasing that high technique brought.
Though there are still some concerns upon the newly emerged RFID technology, however as more successful stories come we believe the bright future of RFID technology will come soon.