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Company launches printable RFID paper labels
Posted on 14-Oct-2004 21:27 | Tags Filed under: News


Company launches printable RFID paper labels
The Xtrack RFID Smart Labels is manufactured in Singapore and comes with embedded RFID tags (inlays) on self-adhesive paper labels. These labels are printable on thermal printers. The company is shipping small quantities for pilot tests or larger runs with a lead-time of 6 to 8 weeks. The Xtrack RFID Smart Labels meet Wal-mart requirements.

Xtrack say on its release "The pricing per label will drop dramatically in the future as the quantity of tags (inlays) manufactured for embedding increases, especially in the millions and hundreds of millions. We have no idea how low the pricing could get in the billions. It could reach low teens for each RFID label produced. Inlay makers are holding back a bit, some with backlogs and waiting for the Generation 2 tag and a standardization of the industry. EPC class 1 tags are currently in short supply. However, our EPC class1.19 ucode 865.5 - 867.6 MHz (UHF) with available power of 4 W EIRP is available and is compatible and interchangeable with Class 1 915Mhz tags in almost every situation."


More information: http://www.worldlabel.com/rfid/rfid.htm...




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