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EMX-1

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The EMX-1 is a low cost, multi-surface UHF tag built for general asset tracking in less demanding, indoor environments.

At just 0.072” thick (1.8mm), the EMX-1 RFID tag offers read distances of 15’ using an enterprise reader or a Motorola 9190 handheld reader. The tag is the first in a line of low cost RFID tags that offers multi-surface use in a thin package.

The EMX-1 RFID tag is available with Vizinex’s full Service Bureau for maximum labeling, encoding and locking options.

Sample EMX-1 RFID Tag Applications

  • IT assets
  • Laptops
  • Office Assets

Industries Using the EMX-1

EMX-1 Features & Benefits

  • Typical read distance of 15’ on plastic, metal – imbedded plastic or metal
    surfaces
  • Low profile, small footprint: 2.76” x 0.68” x 0.072”
  • Additional data storage: 96-bit EPC memory plus 512-bit user memory
  • Low cost option for less demanding, indoor environments
  • High performance, acrylic adhesive

EMX-1 Specifications

Physical

  • 70mm X 17mm X 1.8mm (2.76” x 0.68” x 0.072”)
  • Use Case: Indoor; Plastic or metal surfaces
  • Attachment: Acrylic adhesive suitable for multi-surfaces
  • Weight: 2 grams

Electrical/RF

  • Typical Read Range: 15 feet at 36 dBm ERP
  • Frequency: 902-928 MHz
  • IC Platform: Alien Technology Higgs3
  • IC Memory: 96 bit EPC, 512-bit user memory

Environmental

  • Classification: IP68
  • Operating Temperature: -50°C to +85°C (-58°F to +185°F)

Part Number

  • AST1-082-0001

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