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UHF WINDSHIELD TAG for long-range vehicle identification

2017-5-11 View:
• Identification up to 5 meters.
• Passive battery free tags.
• Thin, flexible sticker format.
• Protection against harmful UV rays.
• Optional tamper resistant.
• Customised printing.
• Security protected.
• EPC Gen 2 compatible.

The UHF Windshield Tag is a passive UHF transponder offering long-range identification up to 5 meters.
The UHF Windshield Tag offers cost effective long-range vehicle identification for parking applications.

The UHF windshield tag is an effective solution for upgrade of existing proximity installations for parking. It offer longrange within reach, it was never so affordable.

The UHF windshield tag is based on passive UHF technology.The tag does not contain a battery and is maintenance free.

The UHF Windshield tag is featured with an excellent adhesive to allow quick and easy installation inside the
vehicle to the windshield. The thin, flexible, UHF sticker format is easy to install and offers a tamper resistant
automatic vehicle identification solution by way of permanently affixing it to the windshield. The tag is
protected against harmful UV rays.

For added security, tamper resistant windshield tags are also available. These tags will show visual proof of removal
and are difficult to remove intact and functional.

The UHF windshield tags are available in various formats ensuring compatibility to any installation. Wiegand and
magstripe formatted tags are available to complement any access application. Nedap XS formatted tags are available
to ensure easy integration for existing TRANSIT Standard of Entry users. Nedap formatted UHF windshield tag are
featured with special security protection to provide data integrity and to prevent copying.

The tag lay-out can be customized allowing you to promote your company with a tag that shows off your company name
or logo. Optional the tag ID number can be printed on the UHF windshield tag in barcode 39 format. The barcode can be
read by means of a barcode scanner to offer easy enrolment of tags into a management system and efficient enforcement
of vehicles.

Typical applications include vehicle access to car parks, gated communities/ condominiums, offices etc

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