RFID
Radio Frequency Identification For Inventory Control & Security

TexSilicon UHF laundry tag 01Easitag’s TexSilicon is the latest innovative addition to the existing series of RFID LaundryEasitag’s TexSilicon is the latest innovative addition to the existing series of RFID Laundrytags for industrial laundering applications. It is designed specially to meet the rigors ofhigh volume and high pressure wash flows to extend the life of your assets. These soft,flexible and thin tags can be applied quickly and easily in multiple ways according toyour wash process needs, and provides you reliable and durable performance.


   
   
Features

- Two assurances for endurance and consistent performance:
Unique chip encapsulation and antenna design
Professional choice of antenna materia

- Innovation silicone housing masks:
Provides flexible usage and protect the RFID chip and antenna

- Reliable and consistent performance:
Anti-static electricity, high water, chemical,heat and pressure resistant

- Personalized printing available.

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TexSilicon UHF laundry tag 02 

Physical Specification
Label Dimension: 67x30mm
Thickness: 2.6mm
Mounting method: Sew-in or Heat-sealed (optional)
Affixes to: Linens and garments
Housing material Fabric with silica gel
Colour White
Weight 1.5g
Electrical Specification
Protocol: ISO/IEC 18000-6C & EPC global class 1 Gen 2
Frequency: 860-960 MHz
EPC: 128 Bits
Unique TID: 96 Bits
Anti collision: Yes
Read Cycles: 100,000 cycles, 10 year data retention
Read Range: Up to 3m (Fixed Reader)
Up to 1.5m (Hand-held reader)
Thermal (Air) Specification
Storage: -40ºC - 85ºC
Operating: -40ºC - 85ºC
Chemical and Mechanical resistance
Chemical resistance: Detergent, softener, bleach (oxygen/chlorine), alkali
Vibration: IEC 68.2.6 (10g, 10-2000Hz, 3 axis 2.5h)
Shock: IEC 68.2.29 (40g, 18ms, 6 axis, 2000 times
Impact: IEC 62262-IK06
Axial/Radial force: 1000N,10sec
Mechanical tests: Bending (500 times 10mm radius)
Twisting (500 times 180º)
Droptest (100 times180mm)
Anti-static: 8KV
Extractor press: 60 bars (60N/cm3)
Washing
Washing method: Laundry, dry cleaning or high-temperature sterilization process
Washing cycles: 200 wash cycles or three years
Washing: 90ºC for 60 minutes
Drying: 200ºC for 10 seconds
Ironing: 200ºC for 10 seconds
Tunnel finishing: 185ºC for 30 minutes

 

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