TAGSYS RFID launched enhanced versions of the LinTRAK, UHF RFID tag for laundry applications

TAGSYS UHF RFID tags for laundryAt the core of the new UHF RFID tags for laundry, TAGSYS RFID put the MuTRAK UHF Tag concept, its patented RFID tag design that combines extremely small sizes with excellent durability, and leverages the latest Impinj chips to provide high reading performance and memory versatility.         

UHF RFID tags for laundry

LinTRAK, LinTRAK B, LinTRAK B inserted into a hem

The LinTRAK UHF Tags are designed to meet all the requirements of the laundry industry in terms of shape, robustness and ease of attachment. They offer a reliable, high performance solution to automate laundry processes, improving accuracy, enabling automatic monitoring of linen availability and preventing thefts and losses. The rugged core is used in combination with a flexible stainless steel UHF far-field antenna to provide long read range, while the whole tag is protected by a polyester covering that makes it possible to easily sew the LinTRAK UHF Tags to the hem of garment items. These special UHF RFID tags for laundry can be attached also by using a common heat-seal adhesive. Guaranteed for 200 washing cycles or 3 years minimum, the LinTRAK UHF tags have passed rigorous tests to withstand all the stages that are typical in industrial washing and sterilization processes. The LinTRAK UHF Tag measures 72 x 22 x 1.8 millimeters and uses Impinj Monza 4 chip that provides 128 bits of EPC memory, a 48-bit unique serial number and 32 bits of additional user memory. The LinTRAK B UHF Tag is 59 x 20 x 1.8 millimeters and features Impinj Monza 5 chip — 128-bit EPC code, 48-bit serial number — to provide excellent read/write performance of high volumes of tags and top-level read sensitivity with read range up to 7 meters. TAGSYS can provide customization services such as unique EPC code encoding, pad printing and laser engraving.


More information on these UHF RFID tags for laundry can be found at the TAGSYS RFID website or by accessing the VeryFields RFID Tags Database.

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