RFID tag chip for low cost item-level tagging

RFID tag chip for low cost item-level tagging

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By eeNews Europe

The Monza 5 RFID tag chip has been designed for serializing items such as apparel, electronics, cosmetics, jewelry and pharmaceuticals. The chips are optimized for single-use tag applications that demand the highest read reliability and lowest applied tag cost. The STP source tagging platform is a UHF RFID reader system with hardware and software optimized to streamline high-speed commissioning during item-level tagging.

Using Impinj Monza-based tags, STP is capable of encoding up to 1,750 tags per minute, thus enabling large-scale deployments.  STP simplifies source tagging by supporting both inline and bulk encoding solutions. During writing, Monza 5 tags are four to six times more sensitive than competing chips, claims the manufacturer, enabling greater reliability and significantly faster encode and lock rates.

Monza 5 tag chips also include Impinjʼs patented SafeWrite mechanism that ensures accurate and reliable operation when writing data into the tag. In addition, the Monza tag chips support two unique, patent-pending features designed to boost inventory performance for traditional EPC and TID-based applications.

The TagFocus mode minimizes redundant reads of strong tag signals, allowing the reader to focus on harder-to-find tags with weaker signals. The FastID mode makes applications based on tag ID (TID), such as authentication, practical for the first time by boosting TID-based inventory speeds by 2-3 times. These fundamental advantages deliver more effective RFID system performance and more profitable business results for retailers.

For inlay vendors and tag manufacturers, Monza 5 tag chips provide features that enable better yields and higher quality. A patent-pending “repassivation” spacing layer makes inlay manufacture less sensitive to die-attach pressure during production, resulting in less variance and more predictable performance in the final inlay product.

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