Avery Dennison RFID introduces four new inlays to its RFID product portfolio with the AD-224, AD-631, AD-824, and AD-840. The new UHF inlays are EPC Class 1, Gen 2 and ISO180006- C-compliant and are manufactured using the company's proprietary high-speed strap attach technology.
The AD-224, AD-824, and AD-840 include extended memory options by utilizing the UCODE G2X chip set from NXP Semiconductors. The UCODE G2X devices offer superior UHF performance, increased sensitivity, extended memory space, and unique custom commands, including a read protect security feature.
The AD-224 standard version offers a scalable 96- to 240-bit EPC memory to accommodate applications requiring different length EPC codes. The AD-224 is also available with an additional 512 bits of user memory. This inlay measures 4 by 0.5 inches and provides increased read ranges and higher read rates. It is optimized for use between 860 and 960 MHz.
The AD-824 employs a breakthrough antenna design that enables item-level RFID tagging for dense tag environments. The 1.3- by 2-inch inlays may be stacked within several millimeters of each other and still be read and written to reliably. The AD-824 offers up to 240 bits of EPC memory and is also available with an extra 512 bits of user memory.
The AD-631 is orientation insensitive, so it can be read in any direction (face on or edge on). The AD-631 also provides a long read range with high readability rates. The AD-631 fits easily in a 3- by 3-inch label and is optimized for use between 860 and 960 MHz.
And the AD-840 exhibits powerful read range performance in applications where the inlay must survive rough industrial automated handling processes such as baggage handling. The AD-840 inlay design utilizes a large-area antenna that is rugged and more durable than a traditional thin-line dipole design. The AD-840 is in a 2- by 4-inch format and is optimized for use between 860 and 960 MHz.
Company: Avery Dennison RFID
Company URL: www.rfid.averydennison.com