UHF RFID Tags for tracking laundered items can be dry cleaned and
Silicone RFID Laundry Tags from A.N.G are the ideal choice for
tracking laundered items such as garments, towels and robes. Great
for hospitals, nursing homes and the hospitality and garment
industries. The 360° read profile means you can track the tags from
Flexible low-profile design offers versatile attachment methods.
Sew these RFID tags directly into the seams and hems of garments,
blankets and other products; heat-seal tags onto fabrics; or place
them in small pouches, then stitch into a seam or hem.
The Silicone RFID Laundry tags can be dry cleaned or washed up to
200 times in hot, soapy water. Resistant to high temperatures, tags
can be ironed at 200°F with a press cloth for up to 10 seconds,
placed in a dryer for up to an hour at 185°F and/or sterilized in
A.N.G's washable silicone tags can be discreetly attached along
seams, hems or cuffs
|2.2" Tall x 0.39" Wide x 0.065" Thick|
|Operating Temperature:||-4ºF to 122ºF (-20ºC to 50ºC)|
|Chemical Resistance:||Excellent against detergents, bleach, alkali, softener, dry
cleaning materials (perchloroethylene and hydrocarbon solvents)|
|Test*||Temperatures and Duration||Results|
|Maximum Temperature||Long-term at 10 hr: 248°F (120°C)||No effect on tag. Tag remained the same in appearance and RFID
performance/function. There was no sign of peeling, tearing or
destruction. The tag read normal after the tests. *Test is not
|Standard at 5 min: 281°F (136°C)|
|Short-term at 90 sec: 298°F (144°C)|
|Temperature Cycling||The tag was cycled to 298°F (144°C) at equilibrium for five times.
Between each cycle, it was air cooled to room temperature and read
with an RFID reader.|
|RFID Protocol:||UHF EPC Class 1 Gen 2; ISO 18000-6C|
|Tag Type:||Passive Read/Write|
|Frequency Range:||865 - 982 MHz (Global)|
|EPC size:||96 bits|
|User Memory:||512 bits|
Tag performance was measured free of material influence, on a dry
wood slab, standard steel slab, standard window glass, and standard
Please Note: Actual read ranges may differ depending on conditions such as
environment, tag placements, hardware, etc.
Versatile Attachment Methods
Heat seal or place in a pouch, then sew into fabric.
Stored at 70F / 50% Relative Humidity
Stable at room temperature. Lasts three years from shipment date or
200 washings, whichever comes first.
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