Rugged Metal Tags

Xerafy’s X II Series of UHF RFID tags are specifically designed to be the smallest and most rugged RFID-on-metal tags in the world for industrial markets where critical and potentially hazardous situations require reliable identification of assets. Xerafy’s patented RF antenna design provides an unrivaled performance-to-size ratio, reducing tag size and allowing customers to attach X II tags to small metallic assets that have been too challenging to track in the past.

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Dash XXS

The Dash XXS is an ultra-small RFID tag that is no bigger than a grain of rice. Measuring at 0.26 x 0.08 x 0.08 inches, the low profile tag provides an outstanding size to performance ratio, making it possible for small metallic tools to be RFID enabled.


The Dot XXS is the world\'s smallest RFID tag. The round tag measures at 0.16 inches in diameter by 0.1 inches thick with a read distance of 1.6 feet (0.5 m). This passive UHF Class 1 Gen 2 tag opened the door for even smaller tags to be RFID enabled. The XXS tag series is FDA compliant and is available in an autoclavable version.

MicroX II - Paint Shop Version

The MicroX II paint shop version is specially designed to withstand the rigors of automotive paint-shop manufacturing process which involves repeated high temperature cycling and caustic chemicals.

Dash-On XS

The Dash-On XS is ATEX certified and enables automatic tracking for improved productivity and reduced risks in foreign object debris (FOD) and product recalls.

Dot-On XS

The Dot-On XS can be mounted on metal and will withstand high temperature. The Dot-On XS is round and measures at 0.24 inches in diameter by 0.1 inches thick with a read distance of 5 feet (1.5 m). It is designed to survive industrial chemical washes that normally complicate the application of RFID devices.

Pico-On Plus

The Pico-On Plus is designed to be attached on metal assets where its small size and low profile are very advantageous.

PicoX II Plus

The IP68 rated PicoX II Plus achieves stunning read ranges and can be attached to weapons, tools, and medical devices.

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