The Dot-iN XS can be embedded in metal and will withstand high temperature. The Dot 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). The tags are designed to survive industrial chemical washes that normally complicate the application of RFID devices.
The XS high performance RFID metal tags are ATEX certified and enable automatic tracking for improved productivity and reduced risks in foreign object debris (FOD) and product recalls. The Dash-iN XS is 0.48 x 0.12 x 0.09 inches (12.3 x 3 x 2.2 mm) with a read distance of 6.6 feet (2 m). The tag can be embedded in metal at the point of manufacture.
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 is available in an autoclavable version.
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 Autoclavable Roswell without bracket is extremely reliable and durable for harsh applications and meets autoclave requirements for use in the healthcare industry.The Autoclavable Roswell with bracket version is still available.
Autoclavable Roswell w/o bracket
The Roswell without bracket was designed to be welded on metal surface.The Roswell with bracket version is still available.
Roswell w/o bracket
Autoclavable Pico On Plus measures at 0.50 x 0.28 x 0.12 inches with a read range up to 10 feet (3m). The small physique of the tag enables it to be attached to medical devices , providing a unique value proposition for healthcare market.
The Bric is designed to be mounted on or embedded in concrete for RFID construction and building materials. The Bric tag can be attached by cable ties to metal support rods before cement is poured and is able to withstand the heat and pressures of the curing process.