AD-301r6 Gen2 UHF Inlays
Avery Dennison

AD-301r6 Gen2 UHF Inlays

AD-301r6 and AD-301r6-P

Avery Dennison is pleased to introduce AD-301, a petite, yet powerful, Gen2 UHF RFID inlay recommended for item level tagging of smaller sized products.
The 30 x 15 mm antenna is a global design and will operate satisfactorily in both FCC and ETSI frequency bands; however, maximum performance will be achieved at 902 - 928 MHz (FCC). The new design is available in two chip formats: Monza R 6 and Monza R 6 - P.

Jordi Baeta

Jordi Baeta
Market Development Manager RFID EMEA
Sant Quirze del Valles, Spain

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Children Accessories

Due to its smaller form factor and rectangular shape, AD-301 is the perfect inlay for tagging a variety of accessories designed to accommodate younger children. The antenna is precisely 30 x 15mm (1.18 x 0.59 in), which converts nicely into a33 x 18 mm (1.3 x 0.709 in) label or slightly larger hang tag. AD-301 is the smallest Avery Dennison tag which meets the requirements of Auburn University’s, Spec Q, designed specifically for children,and in some cases,toddler accessories. Users should confirm independently such requirements.

Fashion Jewelry and Sunglasses

AD-301 is highly recommended for tagging larger accessories and smaller apparel merchandise, including sunglasses. Fashion jewelry, a popular item-level retail product, is often showcased in rotating display cases. Like most smaller-sized items, tracking and managing inventory on the store floor can be a cumbersome task. AD-301 enables quick and efficient inventory management of earrings, necklaces, pendants and other item-level accessories from source to store.

Pharmaceutical and Healthcare

The healthcare industry is always looking for a better way to monitor its pharmaceuticals throughout the supply chain to ensure patient safety and wellbeing. Counterfeit drugs, expired inventory and product recalls are some of the toughest challenges facing pharmaceutical companies today. AD-301 can help you with some of your frustrations. The 30 x 15mm antenna will fit inside a 33 x 18mm label,and is best suited for tracking pharmaceutical sand medical supplies packaged in small to medium sized boxes. AD-301delivers exceptional performance across a wide range of dielectrics

Avery Dennison's RFID solutions have proven to increase inventory accuracy, process and supply-chain efficiencies by enabling companies to track their products from point-of-production to point-of-sale. Our extensive portfolio covers a wide range of inlay designs for operation in the UHF, HF and NFC frequency bands, and are commonly found in retail, medical, transport, logistics, and manufacturing industries.

Available in both dry and wet formats, our inlays are recommended for countless applications which require outstanding performance requirements.

Why Avery Dennison RFID?

  • We are the largest RFID partner in the retail industry, with over 800 patents and applications worldwide.
  • Our thought leadership in integrated solutions has already translated across multiple industries.
  • Our long-standing partnerships with our partners is beneficial for our customers
  • Through our proven 5-Step Adoption Process and close collaboration with our expert partners, we recommend full-deployment solutions for each application and business requirement
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