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Long read range UHF ABS anti-metal strips


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Long read range UHF ABS anti-metal strips
This Long read range UHF ABS anti-metal strips provide robust performance when attached on metal surfaces and offer high temperature resistance and durability. These tags are specially designed to mount on metal surfaces with a long read range of up to 26 feet (8 meters). Being able to work in high temperatures, these tags are used in applications such as asset management, supply chain tracking, logistics and warehouse management. Long read range UHF ABS anti-metal strips operate on the global UHF 860-960 MHz frequency and are a low cost, high efficiency RFID tag.

Long read range UHF ABS anti-metal strips Key Features:
Work on global 860 MHz to 960 MHz frequency
Mount on metal tags
Long read range up to 26ft. (8m)

Long read range UHF ABS anti-metal strips Applications:
Asset management
Logistics
Warehouse management
Supply chain tracking

Long read range UHF ABS anti-metal strips Technical Specifications:
RF Air Protocols:EPC Class1 Gen2; ISO18000-6C
Operating Frequency:860 MHz to 960 MHz
Chip type:Alien Higgs-3 (Option: Alien Higgs-4/Monza 4D/Monza 4E/Monza 4QT)
Read Distance:up to 15 meters, depend on your reader
Write Distance:Up to 2 meters
Memory:EPC 96 bit, User 512 bit, TID 32 bit

Mechanical Specifications
Material:ABS
Dimensions:135mm×22mm×12mm (thickness), Hole dimeter:4mm, Distance between two holes:120mm or Custom
Environmental Specifications
Working temperature range: -25C to 85C
Storage Temperature:-10 °C to 85 °C
Waterproof, Dustproof: IP67
Available operation life: ≥10years
Mounting: Fixed with screw or label adhesive
Humidity:≤80%

Printing options:
Silkscreen print LOGO, 

Laser printing number


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