|Place of Origin:||China shenzhen|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||50pcs|
|Packaging Details:||Standard Export Carton, Foam and Protective Film|
|Operating Temperature:||-40℃ To +230℃||Size:||48mm X 38mm X 10mm|
|Material Of Shell:||High Temperature Resistant Materials||Color:||Black|
|Weight:||10g||Installation Method:||Screw/3M Adhesive|
3M Adhesive Rfid Security Tag,
Monza R6-P Security Hard Tags
BRT-34 230℃ High Temperature RFID Hard Tag with 902 - 928 MHz Frequency -17dBm Sensitivity
As a leading global UHF RFID hardware solution provider, Broadradio has more than 10 years of experience in rfid antenna and label design. It has worked on RFID projects of various application types and is familiar with how to select antennas, tags and readers to obtain The optimal system integration effect has become a long-term partner of many listed companies in the RFID industry.
BRT-34 is a label specially designed for complex and high temperature environments such as metals. It has the characteristics of long reading distance, high sensitivity and easy installation. It is suitable for various metal environments, especially high temperature environments, and can be conveniently applied to various metal and high temperature environments.
|Frequency range:||902 - 928 MHz|
|Protocol supported:||ISO 18000-6C, EPC global C1Gen2|
|Function:||Read / Write|
|Chip Features Monza R6-P|
|E P C :||128-EPC|
|Chip memory :||32User bits|
|T I D:||48 bits|
|Access password:||32 bits|
|Kill password:||32 bits|
|Data retention:||10 years|
|Write endurance:||100,000 cycle|
|Suitable for all kinds of metal environment, especially high temperature environment.|
Broadradio provides customers with customized RFID antennas and labels and other hardware products, providing customized design services for enterprises, schools and research institutes.
1) 12 years focused on RFID antenna RFID engineers
2) Complete RFID and test equipment
3) Darkroom, network analyzer, label tester, comprehensive tester, etc.
4) Rich application and project experience
5) I have worked on RFID systems for various application types, and are familiar with how to select antennas, tags and readers for optimal system integration.
Contact Person: Mr. Cliff.lee