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InLine Tag Plate Nuevo

HID

Módulos RFID

Wafer-thin HF/UHF asset tags for containers or metallic equipment

Are the ideal solution for tagging shipping containers or other metallic assets. Less than two-tenths of an inch (3.7 mm) thick, these tags mount flush to any surface. The high impact polycarbonate housings shield internal components from the environmental extremes and rugged treatment of industrial freight operations. Tough and versatile, InLine Tag Plate transponders are available for mounting on metal, plastic or wood using standard nails, screws or industrial adhesives.

InLine Tag Plates UHF improve data collection speed and accuracy for logistics applications, while making tracking more cost-effective. UHF technology enables anti-collision functionality, fast data-rate communication and password data protection for precise, reliable tracking and updating.

InLine Plate Asset tags help organizations to implement accurate maintenance billing of serviceable equipment preventing fraud while providing an enhanced user interface for service technicians through their NFC phones.

Aplicación en:

Asset Tracking and Logistics

  • Postal and road toll management: truck, wagon and train tracking
  • Supply chain management: pallet and goods tracking

Automation and Manufacturing

  • Materials and inventory and tracking

Returnable Transport Items

  • Shipping container tracking

Waste Management

  • Commercial and industrial bin identification

Maintenance and Inspection

  • Trusted ""proof of presence""
  • Supports CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) via NFC

Características:

Durability – Resistant to outdoor elements as well as blunt and sharp impact, The tags are lightweight, dust tight, waterproof and protected against close-range high pressure, high temperature spray downs (IP69K).

Versatility – Thin plates mount flush with glue or screws to any material. The plates can be read from distances of up to a 26 ft (8 m) Fully interoperable; standards-compliant

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