Rugged RFID Tags
Turck

Rugged RFID Tags

Tags for virtually any RFID application in industry or logistics

Turck's rugged tags (data carriers) with high protection class are insensitive to dirt and liquids. All tags are passively powered via the read/write head and are maintenance free.

Turck offers sensor tags that record and store process values such as temperature or pressure in moving components.

The sensor element can be used to measure humidity, magnetic fields, reed contacts or inductive sensors. The sensor tags are supplied with power and read via an HF-RFID read/write head.

Bernd Wieseler

Bernd Wieseler
Director Product Management RFID Systems
Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany

Product Category

Technologies

Application Fields

Sales Region

Key Facts

  • EPROM data carriers with 128 byte memory, FRAM
  • Data carriers of up to 8 kByte for high speeds and nearly unlimited write cycles
  • High-temperature data carriers -40…+240 °C
  • Data carriers for autoclaves and for high-pressure steam jet cleaning at +121 °C
  • Designs for installation in and on metal (HF or UHF)
  • Worldwide applicable (ISO 15693 und ISO 18000-6C)
  • Data carriers for Ex-area applications and special sensor tags

Applications

  • HF tags for most challenging industrial applications
  • Tags for inlays, stickers in foil thickness and smart label tags for one-time-use applications
  • Tags in glass cylindrical housing with highest chemical resistance

Turck is one of the leading manufacturers in industrial automation

With more than 4,500 employees in over 30 subsidiaries as well as sales partners in further 60 countries, the family-owned company is a one-stop shop for RFID Systems.

  • Holistic, modular RFID systems for production and logistics processes
  • Variety of HF and UHF read/write heads and data carriers for standard and special uses, such as carriers for high temperature conditions up to 210 degrees Celsius, for engine production or use in autoclaves
  • Parallel operation of proven HF and far-ranging UHF technology
Supplier News

Turck Group Preparing for the Future

Optimized corporate structure to ensure worldwide growth Shareholders, advisory board and management board of the Turck Holding aim to strengthen the international growth of the Turck group for the long term and make the company fit for the requirements of the future. Activities will center around the extensive differentiation within the group into the automation technology business and the development and production services. By centralizing technology focuses at particular sites, Turck aims to considerably expand development and production capacity internationally.

Supplier News

Olaf Ophoff Takes Over the Automation Systems Business Unit

Oliver Merget, the former Vice President of the business unit, will leave Turck at the end of March Olaf Ophoff (53) will become the new Vice President of the Automation Systems business unit at Turck. The former VP, Oliver Merget, is leaving Turck at the end of March after almost eight years. He is leaving at his own request in order to take up new responsibilities. Turck is ensuring a seamless transition with the new replacement for the position. Olaf Ophoff joined Turck just over one and a half years ago and has been in charge of product management for factory automation systems since then.

Product News

Turck Presents UHF Handheld With Smartphone Connection

Turck expands its RFID portfolio with the PD20 UHF handheld offering a smartphone connection The PD20 expands Turck's RFID product portfolio with a UHF handheld for connecting to a smartphone. Users can control the PD20 via the free Turck app, which is installed on their Android or iOS smartphone or tablet. Depending on the RFID tag to be read and the environment, the device has a read range of two meters and more.

Product News

Turck Presents UHF Reader Platform for Industry 4.0

Direct connection of external antennas increases flexibility of read/write heads and simplifies gate applications At the SPS IPC Drives fair, Turck will be presenting the first device in its Q300 UHF reader family with an Ethernet interface. RFID users particularly benefit from the range of platforms and interfaces of the Q300 readers. Up to four external antennas can be connected directly on the reader, thus considerably simplifying the creation of high performance gate applications in multiplex operation. The direct connection of triggers and signals via universal I/Os also simplifies the installation. With an output power of up to 2 W the readers can achieve very large read/write ranges. Their selectable antenna polarization enables read holes to be excluded in any environment, even with a high output.

Solution News

Turck's RFID system reduces reading time for tool turret of CNC machine

Tool Identification with RFID Barcodes and laser engraving have for a long time no longer met the identification requirements of cutting tools in CNC machines. Although wireless RFID systems are already used, the short range of the existing solutions require time consuming compromises in practical applications. Together with Turck, a Chinese manufacturer of CNC machines has now implemented an RFID solution for tool management that is Industry 4.0 compliant. Thanks to the extended read/write range, the read time for a tool turret is reduced from 130 to 10 seconds, thus considerably increasing production efficiency for the end customer.

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