Tageos’ new EOS-241 U8 apparel RFID tag passes all ARC categories

Tageos today announces the release of the new version of its small EOS-241 RFID tag based on NXP Ucode 8 IC. Designed for tagging apparel and small items, the new EOS-241 U8 offers excellent performance in a compact form-factor. The inlay is approved by the University of Auburn RFID lab in all FCC categories.

MONTPELLIER, FRANCE and RALEIGH, USA (July 2, 2018) – Tageos today announces the release of the new version of its small EOS-241 RFID tag based on NXP Ucode 8 IC. Designed for tagging apparel and small items, the new EOS-241 U8 offers excellent performance in a compact form-factor.

The inlay is approved by the University of Auburn RFID lab in all FCC categories. Approved for retail Tageos EOS-241 U8 successfully completed product testing in the ARC program at the Auburn University RFID lab.

The inlay passed all categories related to various use cases for RFID within retail environments in the FCC frequency range (Spec A, B, C, D, M, G, F, Q, and N), demonstrating high capability to meet retailers’ and brand owners’ requirements. Best-in-class performance Tageos designed the EOS-241 inlay around NXP’s latest-generation Ucode 8 chip.

The Ucode 8 offers increased sensitivity and allows designing more powerful RFID tags particularly efficient in retail applications, including the most demanding use cases such as high-density population.

Compact size With finished dimensions of 1.77x0.75in (45x19mm), the EOS-241 U8 inlay represents a perfect solution for tagging a large variety of items, particularly small fashion items with limited available labeling area. The tag is also easily embedded into most other tag sizes and formats (tickets, sew-in labels, etc.).

“We are proud to see our product EOS-241 U8 meets the performance requirements for all ARC categories related to the FCC frequency range. It is good news for retailers and suppliers of the US market looking for a unique solution to label variety of product types.” says Matthieu Picon, CEO at Tageos. Tageos EOS-241 U8 is available immediately as ready-to-use paper sticker or wet inlay. About Tageos Tageos designs and manufactures RAIN RFID labels for the identification and traceability of products, equipment and people in various industries (fashion, retail, logistics, healthcare, aviation, automotive…). Thanks to its breakthrough worldwide patented manufacturing process, Tageos’ best-in-class RFID labels are cheaper and less polluting than traditional RFID labels. Tageos offers its customers a wide range of ready-to-use labels, as well as a set of customized services. For more information, visit www.tageos.com.

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