LAB ID unveiled the UH601, an RFID inlay for jewelry, pharmaceutical packaging and other small items that uses the latest chips from EM Microelectronic and NXP to provide top-level reading performance and reliability.
Despite its small antenna of 30 x 10 millimeters, the UH601 offers remarkable read range up to 3 meters, besides accurate reads even if many tags are very closely spaced. The integrated chip options range from the EM Microelectronic’s EM4126 with 208 bits of EPC memory, and EM4124 with 96 bits of EPC memory and a 32-bit unique serial number, to the NXP UCODE 7 that offers 128 bits of EPC memory and a 48-bit unique serial number. This RFID inlay for jewelry and other high-value small packaging and goods is well suited for inventory, supply chain and anti-counterfeiting purposes. The UH601 can be delivered in wet inlay format or converted in labels customized in terms of encoding, materials and printing.
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