RFID tag

  • 02-Nov-2009 02:50 EST
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Whether it’s temperatures up to 220°C (428°F) or chemicals in the paint shop, Schreiner LogiData’s ((rfid))-HighTemp Label resists the harshest ambient conditions undamaged, according to the company. The company’s radio frequency identification (RFID) tag enables automakers to mark vehicle bodies prior, during, and after painting. The high temperatures and aggressive chemicals in the paint shop make it difficult to mark car components between the welding stage and final assembly. The rugged ((rfid))-HighTemp label facilitates automotive manufacturers’ production processes. It is suitable for high temperatures and can be equipped with a paint mask. In addition, the ((rfid))-HighTemp Label achieves reliable reading ranges even in metallic environments. As a result, production process steps can be automatically controlled and perfectly coordinated. Schreiner LogiData offers the ((rfid))-HighTemp label as a customized solution that is adapted to the customer’s specific processes and production requirements.

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