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RFID ABS Screw Tag with I.code Sli for Applicance Management




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RFID screw tag is applicable for the management of mobile equipments including moulds, pallets, cylinders; the maintenance and idetification of applicance including refrigerator, air conditioning, television, washing machine; the monitoring of machines including machine tools,power or production equipments .It can be used in wet and chemical environment for its corrosion resistant feature. The top of the nail tag is filled with epoxy, so that the transponder is completely waterproof and dustproof.



• Frequency: 13.56Mhz

• Chip Type: I.code Sli(available in Mifare S5,Ultralight), read/write

• Size: 26.0 x 11.5mm

• Weight: 4.2g

• Housing material: IP68. ABS

• Operating Temperature: -25°C to + 65°C

• Storage Temperature: -25°C to + 75°C

• Install methord: Screw



• Applicance Identification

• Mobile Equipment Management

• Asset Tracking

• Article ID

• Logistic & Inventory



D-Think inc. is able to design and develop RFID tags and RFID readers in different sizes and different shapes for your different requirement. For more info about RFID products please kindly visit our website or email us at, we will contact you as soon as possible.
1. Specifications are subject to change, please pay attention to our latest one.
2. According to the relevant provisions of the logistics company, more than 1.5KG not send surface mail or registered mail, can only choose courier.
3.D-Think inc. reserve the right to the final interpretation of the above terms.

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Wednesday 26 June, 2013

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 26 June, 2013.