UPM Raflatac introduced a new Belt ultra-high frequency RFID tag designed for item-level applications including consumer electronics, retail supply chain and apparel tagging.
Based on NXP’s UCODE G2iL integrated circuit, the new Belt is features a global antenna design that enables end-users dependable performance using a single tag in frequency regions worldwide, regardless of local frequency regulations.
Available in three formats – dry inlay, wet inlay and paper face – the Belt tag offers 128 bits of EPC memory, a unique 64-bit unalterable tag identifier and a 32-bit password protection.
The UCODE G2iL+ version provides additional features that can include tag tamper alarm, digital I/O, ext. supply mode, direct data transfer and 4R-mode (real read range reduction). To help protect consumer privacy, the 4R feature allows a significant reduction in the tag’s normal read range.
UPM Raflatac said its RFID product range will be further complimented in the near future with new ShortDipole, DogBone and Web products incorporating the UCODE G2iL and G2iL+ ICs.