Century RFID has announced new-generation inlays featuring Impinj ’s Monza R6/ R6P or NXP‘s Ucode7 chips. These new inlays are suitable for extensive RFID labels and hard tags which apply to retail, apparel or logistics management.
The new CE31145 or CE31146 has Impinj’s Monza R6 or Monza R6P chips which are respectively 95 millimeters by 9 millimeters (3.74 inches×0.35 inches) and 35 millimeters by 15 millimeters (1.38 inches×0.59 inches).
The new CE31140 or CE31141 features NXP’ s Ucode7 chip, sized 50 millimeters by 30 millimeters (1.97 inches×1.18 inches) and 95 millimeters by 9 millimeters (3.74 inches×0.35 inches). The new inlays have an increased read and write sensitivity, which provides durable and consistent performance for various applications.
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