Vizinex RFID, industry leader in developing and manufacturing high-performance RFID tags tailored to specific applications, recently added two tags for non-metal containers to its product line. The 10325 Indoor Pallet and 10326 Outdoor Pallet are for tracking reusable wood and plastic containers and custom transport packaging. The new RFID tags help manage containers and the material they contain and are part of the product line that helps meet a range of challenges for warehouse, yard and factory material tracking.
The 10325 Indoor Pallet tag has a read range up to 18 feet and can be mounted with adhesive or screws. This low-cost tag is ideal for tracking material in containers or on pallets in warehouses, stock rooms and other indoor environments. It offers durable, reliable performance at a very low cost.
The 10326 Outdoor Pallet tag is waterproof and has a read range of up to 19.7 feet for non-metal containers exposed to indoor and outdoor conditions. This tag offers a durable shell and a low profile, and it can be mounted with the provided adhesive or screws.
Both tags can be labeled (for a modest additional charge) with a barcode or human-readable information so that assets can be easily identified when an RFID reader is not available.
“Vizinex now offers a full line of products for tagging reusable containers and returnable transports items,” says Ken Horton, Co-Founder and CEO, Vizinex RFID. “The Midrange II is for metal containers, the 10325 Indoor Pallet and 10326 Outdoor Pallet are for plastic and wood containers, and the XLR works on and off metal when exceptional read range is needed. If you need to track RTIs, we have the tag for you.”
For more information about the 10325 Indoor Pallet or 10326 Outdoor Pallet RFID tag, contact Vizinex at email@example.com.
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. Vizinex RFID has designed a rapid, low-cost development and pilot production process for customers seeking exactly the right tag for their application.