RFID
Radio Frequency Identification For Inventory Control & Security

UHF RFID Laundry Hard Tag

Easitag’s UHF RFID Laundry tags are designed to meet the tracking requirements of the laundry industry and uniform management in hotel and hospital environments.

The Laundry hard tag is easily fitted onto textile products using a standard sewing process, and can be sewn onto a garment as a button or embedded into the item. The Laundry hard tag will stand up to washing, dry cleaning and high temperature sterilisation.

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Physical Specification
Tag diameter: 25mm
Thickness: 2.5mm
Mounting method: Sew-in or adhesive
Affixes to: Clothing/uniforms
Housing material High temperature resistant PPS
Colour Light grey or customised
Weight 2.4g
Electrical Specification
Protocol: ISO/IEC 18000-6C & EPC global class 1 Gen 2
Frequency: 860 - 960MHz
Integrated circuit: H4
EPC memory: 128 Bits
User memory: 512 bits
Unique TID: 96 Bits
Access password: 32 bits
Kill password: 32 bits
Read Range: Up to 5m (Fixed Reader)
Up to 2.5m (Hand-held reader)
Read Cycles: 100,000 cycles, 10 year data retention
Data retention: 10 years

UHF RFID Laundry button

Environmental
Chemical resistance: Detergent, softener, bleach (oxygen/chlorine), alkali
IP rating: IP68
Operating temperature: -400C - 2500C
Operating humidity: 100%
Storage temperature: -400C - 2500C
Washing method: Water extraction temperature
Estimated lifespan: 200 wash cycles or three years
Heat resistance
Stoving: 180C for 60 minutes
Drying: 80C for 60 minutes
Ironing: 250C for 30 seconds
Low temperature: -40C for 60 minutes

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