OPP2626 PPS Metal UHF Tag
OPP IOT Technologies

OPP2626 PPS Metal UHF Tag

The UHF on metal tag OPP2626 utilizes an Alien Higgs-3 chip and is conform to EPC Gen2 protocol. Thanks to the special PCB antenna design and PPS material shell, the UHF RFID tag OPP2626 is optimized for using on metal objects.

The tag provides excellent performance and long reading range up to 2.6 meters. Less than 5.5 mm of thickness facilitates the attachment on curved and metallic assets for various applications. Besides having an excellent waterproof performance (IP68), it is also resistant to high temperatures (passed 230°С for 30 minutes and 180°С for 120 minutes in tests).

Carl.Chen

Carl.Chen
Product manager
ChengXiang Putian City Fujian, China

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Key features

  • RFID Protocol: EPC Class1 Gen2, ISO18000-6C
  • Frequency: US 902-928MHz, EU 865-868MHz
  • IC type: Alien Higgs-3
  • Memory: EPC 96bits (Up to 480bits), USER 512bits, TID 64bits
  • Write Cycles: 100,000 times
  • Data Retention: Up to 50 Years
  • Read range (on metal):
    up to 260 cm – (US) 902-928MHz, on metal
    up to 130 cm – (EU) 865-868MHz, on metal Size: 26mm x 26mm (Hole:D4mm x 2)
  • Thickness: 5.5mm
  • Withstands exposure to: Fuel B, mineral oil, petroleum, salt mist, vegetable oil
  • IP68 compliant

OPPIOT has been dedicated to the industrial IOT revolution since 2013, now it is one of the powering trusted leader in manufacturing & supplying IOT hardware and industrial RFID tags. We offer solutions for every industry, especially :

  • Railway solutions
  • Concrete solutions
  • Manufacturing solutions
  • Inventory solutions
  • Oil & Gas solutions
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