Enable IPC Issues Update on Upcoming Products Including an On-Metal Version of Its S/Cap RFID Tag
Enable IPC Corporation recently issued an update to shareholders and interested parties regarding new products expected to be released within the coming weeks. These new products include an on-metal version of the Company's S/Cap RFID Tag and a variety of RFID tags of different characteristics to broaden the Company's RFID product line.
Additional product announcements include anodized aluminum oxide (AAO) nanopore templates and ultracapacitors.
The Company also announced initial sample sales of its S/Cap RFID Tags.
New RFID Tags Available Soon
S/Cap RFID Tags contain a number of improvements on other competing designs, including:
Wide operational range temperature and humidity ranges
Multiple mounting options
Longer read range
Ability to be read across multiple frequency bands (860 to 960 MHz)
Attractive warranty and
Enable has had success selling initial samples of the S/Cap RFID Tags to interested companies in North America, South America and Asia. The Company expects these initial sales to turn into larger transactions in the near future.
In order to further broaden its approach to an RFID tag market forecasted by one third party researcher to reach a total market value of $8 billion by 2014, Enable has announced the upcoming offering of an on-metal version of its already launched S/Cap RFID Tag. The on-metal version has been successfully prototyped and tested; production is expected to begin in the coming weeks. The on-metal tag will combine the rugged, long life, long read range and competitive pricing of the original S/Cap RFID Tag while allowing on-metal mounting for uninhibited tracking of fork-lifts, automobiles, cargo containers and other metal assets.
In addition to both its standard and on-metal versions of the S/Cap RFID Tag, the Company plans to soon begin offering additional RFID tags of varying dimensions, performance characteristics and price points in order to form a complete RFID asset tag product line to allow wider access to the market.
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