Impinj Inc. announced the availability of the Monza 4 series of tag chips, comprising of four configurations – Monza 4D, 4E, 4U and 4QT. The Monza 4 family combines high read and write reliability, expanded memory and increased privacy to deliver enhanced performance for its business users.
All Monza 4 chips have two independent antenna ports, which eliminate blind spots and significantly increase read and write reliability in where tag orientation is hard to control, such as in retail, baggage handling and asset tracking.
Powered by Impinj’s patent-pending True3D antenna technology, the Monza 4 chips have an increased read reliability and provide complete orientation insensitivity.
Impinj’s QT technology protects confidential information with two separate data profiles – public and private – that allow the tag owner to control data exposure. The private mode reveals all data, while the public mode conceals confidential data and replaces the tag’s EPC with a generic, user-defined number. QT technology also allows owners to switch the tag into a short-range mode in which private profile data is accessible only at a very short range.
The Monza 4 family offers memory options including 512 bits of user memory or up to 496 bits of EPC memory.
Monza 4 tag chips benefit end-use applications, including item-level apparel tagging, asset tracking, personal experience and safety, material handling, logistics, chain of custody and others that demand measurable business process improvements from RFID investments.