Fujitsu announced the newest addition to its FerVID Family of chips for RFID tags, the MB89R112, a chip for high frequency (HF) RFID tags that includes 9 KB of FRAM storage.
The FerVID Family uses ferro-electric memory, or FRAM, for fast write speeds, high frequency rewritability, radiation tolerance, and low-power operation. The new chip boasts a large memory capacity for RFID tags operating in the HF band, as well as a serial interface SPI, opening up new possibilities for RFID in the embedded and industrial sectors.
Fujitsu’s FerVID Family serve a wide range of applications, including chips for data-carrier tags in the factory automation and maintenance sectors, chips for the medical and pharmaceutical sectors that withstand gamma radiation and electron beams, and chips with serial interfaces for embedded applications.
In addition to these uses, these features would benefit manufacturing control in automotive and electronics manufacturing, as well as maintenance applications in aircrafts, roadways, buildings, and public works.