Plastic-free RFID tags designed to be recycled

Plastic-free RFID tags designed to be recycled

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By eeNews Europe

Like the recently launched WEB Green inlays and tags, and in accordance with the strong criteria Smartrac has defined for its Green Tag Program, Eagle Green uses plastic-free, fully recyclable paper as the substrate, foregoes adhesives as much as possible, and comes with a laser-cut aluminium antenna that allows the complete recycling of aluminium residues, resulting in a significant carbon footprint reduction. All products within the Green Tag Program aim to address businesses that recognize the value and importance of a greatly reduce environmental impact across all applications and markets.

Both Eagle and Eagle Green are among the smallest retail-orientated inlays with global performance available on the market. Both tags have passed Auburn University’s ARC categories A, B, C, D, F, G, I, K, M, Q, W2 and W5, and are available in dry and paper-tag delivery formats measuring 44x28mm. The tags are equipped with an NXP UCODE 8 IC with a Self-Adjust feature to maximize product performance in challenging environments, improved read and write sensitivity, and a very fast encoding speed. Furthermore, the chip has an integrated Brand Identifier function to prove product authenticity and a memory safeguard system to protect business data.

Both Eagle versions benefit from Smartrac’s platform and data management capabilities to record and manage a complete set of unique transponder data (e.g. UID no., order no., batch no., or yield) at production level in a controlled and secure way. As the backbone of Smartrac’s core competency, its product digitization solutions enable full traceability of delivered RFID products and provide reliable quality assurance.

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