|Hardware | Tag | Passive Tag | UHF Passive Tag |
|New Super Long Read Distance Windshield UHF Gen 2 Tag for Vehicle Tracking from SkyRFID|
|by Geoff Dewhurst|
|September 11, 2008 SkyRFID Inc. recently announced the availability of their low profile long distance windshield tag. With an inconspicuous profile of only 100 mm x 25 mm (4 inches x 1 inch) the tag easily attaches to the inside of your windshield with the low surface energy, pressure sensitive adhesive that is on one side. The windshield side of the tag can have barcodes with human readable equivalent plus color logos. The other side of the tag can have up to 3 colors of printing for logos, stylized type, and designs, etc. Since the printing is all substrate the colors will last a long time without any fading. The barcode, human readable equivalent and the tag ID can be coded to be the same numeric value for ease of system integration. |
Primarily developed for access control in gated communities, secured parking lots and vehicle identification these tags provide over 7 meter read range using handheld Symbol MC906R readers and a longer distance with UHF Gen 2 fixed reader for fast and easy access. Pricing is dependant on quantities purchased but for most applications would be about $ 1.00 USD each or less.
Shipping is within 15 work days after receipt of order and proof approval making it a very attractive option for companies looking for UHF access tags.
About SkyRFID Inc.
SkyRFID is a privately held Canadian company specializing in Automated Data Collection (ADC) solutions that use Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology. SkyRFID has over 20 years of experience in ADC and provides customers with everything from a single consulting engagement to a complete turnkey global solution. SkyRFID personnel have implemented solutions in all of the Americas, Europe and other countries with great success. SkyRFID provides solutions in Low Frequency (LF), High Frequency (HF), Ultra High Frequency (UHF) and Microwave (SHF) RFID technologies and has considerable expertise in Asset Management, Access Control, Document Management, Library Systems, Field Service, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Warehousing and Distribution, Event Management, Fleet Maintenance, and Custom Tags.
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