AD Maxdura Tire Tag

AD Maxdura Tire Tag

Robust Tire Tag is Embedded for Life

AD Maxdura® Tire Tag is a fully embedded tire tag to control the tire lifecycle from production to recycling. It supports maintenance recording, inventory tracking and fleet management, using an automatic overmolding and resistance welding method to ensure highly durable and uniform antenna connections.

Michael Sanders

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Michael Sanders
Vice President, Inlay Sales and Business Development
Oegstgeest near Amsterdam, Netherlands

Key Features

  • Frequency Band (Operation Frequency): 860 – 960 MHz
  • Chip: Impinj M730 / Higgs 9
  • Hard Tag Dimensions: 43 x 1.5 mm (+/- 0.5 mm) / 1.693 x 0.059 in
  • International Standard: Compliant to GS1 Class 1 Gen 2 V2 and ISO 18000-6C

Application Fields

  • Automotive
  • Industrial Applications
  • Automotive Tire Tagging
  • Inventory and Logistics
  • Item Level Inventory Accuracy
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Warehouse Management

With our unique combination of materials expertise, innovative, end-to-end technologies and global capacity for supporting customers, Avery Dennison Smartrac is partnering with companies across multiple industries, introducing transformative benefits through connecting the physical and digital worlds.

Why Avery Dennison Smartrac?

  • We are the largest UHF RFID partner in the world, with over 1,500 patents and applications globally.
  • Our thought leadership in integrated solutions has already translated across multiple industries.
  • Our customers benefit from deep industry knowledge and expertise in technology and innovation, R&D, quality and service.
  • 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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