Nedap Identification Systems’ Heavy Duty Tag ISO, ATEX certified RFID tag for long range vehicle identification in harsh environments

Nedap ATEX RFID tag for vehiclesNedap Identification Systems’ wide offering of solutions for wireless vehicle identification includes Heavy Duty Tag ISO, a battery-powered, RFID tag designed to provide long read range and perform in harsh and potentially explosive environments.   

ATEX RFID tag for vehicle identification

Heavy Duty Tag ISO

Heavy Duty Tag ISO is watertight, withstands prolonged exposure to high temperature and UV rays, shows excellent resistance to shock, vibration and chemicals which are typical of automotive industry. ATEX certification for gasses and dusts is also provided, making it suitable for secure use in hazardous areas. Designed for tamper-proof mounting on the exterior of the vehicle, also on metallic parts without performance degradation, Heavy Duty Tag ISO is an excellent solution for identifying trucks, trailers, containers, railway wagons, forklifts, straddle carriers and other industrial vehicles. Compliant with the ISO 10374 standard which regulates RFID for freight containers, the tag fits the corrugated pockets on the side of freight containers where it is naturally protected from impact. Heavy Duty Tag ISO works at 2.45 GHz providing read range up to 10 meters when interrogated with Nedap Identification System’s TRANSIT Standard readers, but can also be read from short-range with compatible 120 kHz readers, for examples hand-held devices. The lithium battery has an expected life of 10 years regardless of the number of times the tag is read. The product is usually delivered as a read-only device with a factory programmed, unique, customer-specific security code and a customer-defined number. Part number, tag ID and date of manufacture are laser engraved on the tag surface.

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