Xerafy enhances performance of its X series RFID-on-metal tags for work-in-progress, asset tracking and equipment management
Xerafy took advantage of a captive audience today at the Alien User and Partner Conference to unveil the new and enhanced line of its X Series tags. The X II UHF RFID-on-metal tags are engineered for high performance and demanding apps in the automotive, aerospace, construction, energy and IT markets.
The new X II Series maintains the look and feel of the original X Series tags but now include an ingress protection rating of IP68 and enhanced read-range performance.
Dennis Khoo, CEO of Xerafy, says that the new tags are particularly appealing to customers who have been unable to deploy RFID in the past because the RFID tags could not achieve read range requirements in harsh conditions. “In critical and often potentially hazardous applications requiring reliable identification of people and assets, Xerafy tags offer the RFID traceability essential for safe and secure operations and tracking,” he says.
The PicoX II and NanoX II come with robust a encasement that is weather resistant and increases tag performance to twice the reading distance of the PicoX and NanoX respectively. The MicroX II has the longest read range with over 26 feet and has been reconstructed using patent-pending packaging for higher impact and temperature performance.