AD-681 Gen2 UHF inlays
Avery Dennison

AD-681 Gen2 UHF inlays

AD-681 Gen2 UHF RFID inlay family

AD-681 features a unique, dual-dipole antenna design, which provides orientation insensitivity and outstanding edge read performance for a wide variety of UHF RFID tagging applications. This inlay is available in three chip formats: Monza®4D, Monza® 4QT™, and Monza®4i.

Jordi Baeta

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

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Supply Chain Management

AD -681 features dual antenna technology. Optimized for case and pallet tracking, RFID tags equipped with AD -681 inlays can be successfully tracked through all processes of the supply chain to ensure the right goods are at the right place at the right time. The 1.97 x 1.97” (50 x 50mm) antenna provides high level performance in orientation- sensitive applications. With field-proven omnidirectional reads, AD681 is the solution you have been looking for to achieve your supply chain management goals.

Asset Tracking

Businesses from a wide range of industries are increasingly turning to RFID as a more efficient and secure method of their tracking high valued assets. From manufacturing to healthcare to aviation and everything in between, RFID can dramatic ally improve your inventory management processes to ensure critical equipment and supplies are available when and where you need them. Whether it is machinery, tools, electronics, healthcare supplies or even documents, AD -681 is capable of providing the location of your assets quickly and efficiently.

Package Tracking

Courier service providers and logistics firms from all over the world can greatly benefit from incorporating RFID into their fast -paced and often hectic business environment. With no line- of-sight requirement and the ability of RF ID tags to be read while moving in any orientation from up to 1 5 feet away , AD -681 is the ideal tagging solution for package and shipment tracking applications. Impinj® Monza ® 4D or Monza® 4QT ™ chip s, features 128 bits of EPC memory and up to 512 bits of user memory. Impinj® Monza® 4i is equipped with 256- bit EPC and 480 bits of user memory.

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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