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New RAIN RFID Inlay for Supply Chain Management

Avery Dennison RFID expands family of UHF Gen2 RFID inlays providing higher performance and additional memory capacity for supply chain management applications.

Avery Dennison RFID announced the expansion of its AD-68x family of UHF Gen2 RFID (also referred to as RAIN RFID) inlays to include a unique 50 x 50mm antenna design providing higher performance and additional memory capacity; a solution designed specifically for fast-paced, high volume, supply chain management applications.

AD-681 features dual-antenna technology which enables orientation insensitivity and performance at both item and pallet levels. AD-681 is recommended for a range of applications such as supply chain management and asset tracking.

The globally-tuned RAIN RFID compliant inlay is available with either Impinj Monza 4D or Impinj Monza 4QT endpoint ICs. The ICs enable read distances of up to 15 feet.

Equipped with 128 bit EPC and 32 bit user memory, the Monza 4D chip provides a moderate level of memory to support standard supply chain management applications. For applications which require more memory and privacy safeguards, the Monza 4QT IC includes 512 bits of memory and allows tag owners to use a private data profile to store confidential data. The global design performs well on materials such as corrugate, plastic, wood, and glass.

AD-681 is available for purchase in two formats including 1-UP Dry Inlay and 1-UP Wet Inlay (2.8 x 2.8”/53 x 53 mm). 

For more information, contact the Impinj sales team or download the following datasheets: AD-681m4D | AD-681m4QT.

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Monday, November 6, 2017