TROI OK-106 and OK-17, small on-metal tags for paint lines asset tracking and other demanding applications



TROI, specialist manufacturer of extremely rugged RFID tags, is offering two small RFID tags for metallic part tracking ideally suited for paint lines and other harsh environments. Furthermore, TROI also renewed some of its rubber-based, on-metal RFID tags for oil and gas industries.      



The products, called OK-106 and OK-17, are both rated IP68, withstand tempeture up to 250°C, high pressure over 25000 psi and aggressive chemicals. Thanks to these capabilities, the OK-106 and OK-17 are widely used to track metallic parts in paint lines and metal assets that have to undergo autoclave sterilization and survive other harsh conditions. Small and abrasion-resistant, they are also suitable for sand blast processes. Compliant with the EPC Gen 2 standard, these on metal RFID tags are available in two regional versions, 902-928 and 865-868 MHz, and feature the Alien Technology Higgs-3 chip as standard, but can be provided also with Impinj Monza 4QT or NXP UCODE G2XM.

Small RFID tags for metallic part tracking


Screw-mount RFID tags for metallic part tracking


The OK-106 is designed to be attached with industrial adhesive, measures just 28 x 13.3 x 7 millimeters and provides good orientation insensitivity and read range also when flush mounted in metallic surfaces.
The OK-17 is also small and measures 51 x 6.7 x 12.7 millimeters. It features two holes for secure fixing with screws, that is usually suggested for very high temperature applications.

The renewed products for the oil & gas and construction industries are the following:

PC-102 Hole
PC-102 Ring
PC-102 Weldable

More details on all these on metal RFID tags from TROI are available in the VeryFields RFID Tags Database.

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