High Temperature Tag

High Temperature Tag

RFID tags for high temperature applications up to 250°C (482°F)

Contrinex UHT tags are designed for ultra-high temperature applications. Their LCP housings resist extreme temperatures and virtually all chemicals. Available with either EEPROM or FRAM technology, life expectancy is long even under intense read/write and temperature cycling. Since all UHT tags are silicone-free, they are ideally suited to industrial paintshops.

They can be used at ambient temperatures from -25°C to +250°C (-13°F to +482°F) and are fully compatible with ISO/ IEC 15693.

Oliver Schleicher

Oliver Schleicher
Managing Director
Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Germany

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Key Facts

  • Contrinex HF-RFID system (13.56 MHz), compatible ISO/IEC 15693
  • FRAM technology, memory size 2048 Byte
  • EEPROM technology, memory sizes 128 Byte and 256 Byte
  • Diameter 50 mm, nonembeddable, IP68 & IP69K, insensitive to dirt
  • Thermal cycling reliability at 250°C: 1000 cycles / 1000 hours
  • Ultra-high temperature HF transponders in LCP housings
  • 100 percent silicone free


  • High temperature applications
  • Paintshops, washing, etc.
  • Manufacturing (Industry 4.0)
  • Conveyor systems
  • Automotive industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Asset management
  • Work-in-process tracking

Swiss sensor specialist Contrinex is a multinational group with over 600 employees worldwide. The product range includes conventional standard sensors as well as high-performance devices that push detection properties to their physical limits.

  • Performance: high and low-frequency RFID systems to meet the most demanding requirements of industry
  • Networkability: full range of interface devices; direct connection to RS485 bus (HF)
  • Difficult environments: full-metal tags; tags for temperatures up to 250 °C; tags embeddable in metal
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