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Vizinex RFID, a developer and manufacturer of high performance RFID tags tailored to specific applications, recently introduced the next generation of its long read range tag, the XLR. The XLR has an extra-long read range of 100+ feet on metal surfaces and is designed for long life in outdoor and industrial environments.
The USA-made XLR tag uses the latest generation RFID chip with a read range in excess of 100 feet. The compact XLR is engineered with extremely rugged packaging and is designed for applications requiring long-range asset identification, such as in construction, yard and cargo management and vehicle and container tracking.
The XLR’s works best when mounted on metal, but also works on virtually any surface. The tag can withstand vibration, weather elements, road salt, harsh cleaning chemistries and other environmental challenges. The XLR provides response in both the US and ETSI frequency bands, so it can be used to tag assets all over the world.
“The cost-effective XLR tags are designed for accurate and efficient tracking of objects that an RFID reader can’t get too close to, such as cargo containers, large vehicles and construction equipment,” said Ken Horton, Co-Founder and CEO of Vizinex RFID. “The XLR tags can be read when an object is stationary or moving. We designed the XLR for military asset tracking, yard/fleet management and cargo, container and pallet tracking.”
About Vizinex RFID
Vizinex RFID, located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, provides unique RFID tagging solutions to a growing range of business and government users. Vizinex is a technological leader that includes experts in manufacturing, quality, engineering and product development, and its engineering team has more than 20 years of RFID design experience. The company’s CTO, Bob Oberle, is the named inventor on 26 patents related to RFID. Since its inception, Vizinex RFID has designed a rapid, low-cost development and pilot production process for customers seeking exactly the right tag for their application.
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