LXFLANMXMG-003 RFID tag

Placing RAIN*1  RFID tags on metal can be challenging because metal surfaces reflect the signal emitted from the reader and interfere with communication between a tag and reader. However, Murata has patented many technologies that allow RFID tags to work in conjunction with metal objects. The LXFLANMXMG-003 is designed to use the item’s metal surface as part of the antenna, which makes the item itself part of the RAIN RFID tag.
Murata developed the LXFLANMXMG-003 tag specifically for industries, where metal assets are required to be tracked. It is ideal for items that include construction equipment, IT assets, cage cars or logistics containers, and other metal parts used in the manufacturing industry. It can also be used to identify an items location. Items such as tools, containers and bins are often difficult to identify visually, difficult to track and relocate if they go missing, and may also be expensive to replace. Murata’s on-metal tag enables the application of RAIN RFID on all of these items and allows for enhanced inventory tracking.

Murata introduces RAIN RFID tag for on metal use.

Features/Applications

Features Applications
  • Robust and waterproof complying with IP-68 standards
  • Size: 25 x 85 x 4.5 mm
  • Integrated Impinj Monza® R6-P tag chip
  • Complies with UHF RFID standard ISO18000-63 and EPC Global Gen2v2
  • Excellent maximum read range of 10 m (4W EIRP)
  • Supports global UHF band from 865 MHz to 928 MHz
  • Enhances inventory tracking
  • Enables product tractability in cases of misplacement or theft
  • Aids in preventing (expensive) replacement costs
  • Construction equipment
  • IT components
  • Cage cars
  • Logistics containers
  • Other metal parts used in the manufacturing industry
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