Omni-ID launched long-range, wireless-programmable RFID tags with LCD display

RFID tags with LCD display.

Omni-ID launched a series of long-range, wireless-programmable RFID tags with LCD display designed to improve efficiency and reduce costs in Kanban systems and other processes that involve frequent and large use of barcode and other visual marking.   .

LCD display RFID tags for Kanban

From top to bottom: B2, B4 and B6

 

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The Omni-ID B visual tags provide a long-range, electronically re-writable labelling solution ideal to convey accurate information and instructions for workers involved in the process. This allows to eliminate the use of paper and brings improved accuracy and reduced labor for labelling operations. These visual RFID tags are on Returnable Transport Items and Work in Process parts in Kanban systems, and other processes which benefit from wireless dynamic barcoding. The products work at 868-928 MHz on a proprietary communication protocol which allow to uniquely identify and program each tag at 100 m distance, even if hundreds of tags are present in the area. The Omni-ID B tags are part of an offering which include tags, the Omni-ID Pro-VIEW Gateway B series and a complete suite of software to program tags and set up the entire visual tagging system. The Omni-ID B series of visual RFID tags is made up of 3 products that differ from each other mainly by the size of their LCD displays and their user memory: the B2 has a screen area of 53 x 24 mm and a memory that contains 3 image pages and additional 256 kilobyte of data;  the B4 has a 83 x 61.50 mm screen area and memory for 3 image pages and 512 kilobyte; the B6 features a 129 x 96 mm screen and memory for 8 image pages and 712 kilobyte. All these LCD display tags are powered by batteries with a shelf-life of 15,000 writes or 5 years, and feature a robust encasement with an ingress protection equivalent to IP65.

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More information about these RFID tags with LCD display from Omni-ID can be found in the VeryFields Database.


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