RFID Wire Laundry Tag
RFID Wire Laundry Tag
- 360° read profile
- Easily hidden in clothing, towels, robes, blankets
- Versatile attachment methods
- Harsh environment RFID tags
- High temperature RFID tags
RFID Wire Laundry Tags from William Frick & Company make it easy to count and track garments, towels, robes and other items. These discreet wire tags can be sewn into the seams and hems of garments, blankets and other products to make it easier to keep track of inventory. Resistant to high temperatures, water and solvents, RFID Wire Laundry Tags survive frequent runs through the washing machine. They are a great choice for clothing tracking, housekeeping inventory and uniform tracking, making them useful for the hospitality and garment industries.Because of their unique design, they can provide a 360° read profile to reduce orientation sensitivity.
The core of this RFID wire laundry tag is a small rugged circuit board with a metal wire antenna. More durable than inlay tags, wire-based tags combine strength with flexibility. A variety of encapsulations are available: high temperature Teflon or silicone, durable vulcanized rubber, and integrated cable ties.
SM-CC71 RFID Wire Laundry Tag
|Dimensions||6" x 0.125"|
|Available Colors||Yellow, custom colors available|
|Operating Temperature||-40ºF to 400ºF (-40ºC to 200ºC)|
|Test*||Temperatures and Duration
|Maximum Temperature||Long-term at 10 hr: 320°F (160°C)||No effect on tag. Tag remained the same in appearance and RFID performance/function. There was no sign of peeling, tearing or destruction. The tag read normal after the tests. *Test is not limiting.|
Standard at 5 min: 363°F (181°C)
|Short-term at 90 sec: 384°F (192°C)|
|Minimum Temperature||-40°F (-40°C)|
|Temperature Cycling||The tag was cycled to 320°F at equilibrium for five times. Between each cycle, it was air cooled to room temperature and read with an RFID reader. The tag remained functional after the temperature cycles.|
Flexible wire tag can be discreetly attached to a variety of products
|RFID Protocol||UHF EPC Class 1 Generation 2|
|Tag Type||Passive Read/Write|
|Frequency Range||860 ~ 960 MHz (Global)|
|IC||Alien® Higgs® 3 - 480 Bits|
Tag performance was experimentally measured in an anechoic chamber and a known set of experimental variables. The antenna used for measurements was linearly polarized and of monostatic configuration. The direction of tested polarization is as follows.
Optimal Read Range* on Different Material Surfaces:
*Tag performance was measured free of material influence, on a dry wood slab, standard steel slab, standard window glass, and standard thermoplastic.
Please note: Actual read ranges may differ depending on conditions such as environment, tag placements, hardware, etc.
CC-71 Embeddable RFID Wire Tag
Mechanical Attachment (stitched in, clips, hooks, wire zip tie, etc.)