Herndon, VA, August 27, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Invengo Technology Corp. Launches EPC C1 Gen 2 Jewelry Tag with Impinj Monza3 Chip
Invengo launches XCTF-8108-C04
A small form factor RFID tag with a read range of up to 3.9 ft. (1.2m) the Invengo 8108-C04 is ideal for attaching to small jewelry items such as finger rings and ear rings.
The Monza3 chip and unique Invengo antenna design brings unprecedented performance over the entire band width of 860-960 MHz. Superior interference rejection allows for reliable operation in dense RF environments and increased readability of tags within densely packed cases.
Dimensions – 3.6*0.5*0.01 inches (91.6*12.5*0.15mm)
EPC C1 Gen 2 & ISO 18,000-6C
96-bit EPC number & 32-bit TID
Availability - Immediate from:
Invengo Technology, Herndon, VA. USA.
UKCoding – United Kingdom
StocksRFID – Mainland Europe
Philip Calderbank email@example.com
Tel: +1 720 207 0334www.invengo.com
Invengo is a public quoted company, and employs around 500 people in its Shenzhen design and manufacturing HQ. It designs and manufacturers a complete range of its own UHF and HF inlays, tags, readers, and reader modules, for many RFID applications such as logistics tracking, library, health care, manufacturing, temperature monitoring, pharmaceuticals, etc.
The firm is best known as the RFID technology provider for the Chinese Railway automatic train identification system, which includes 17,000 RFID readers, 565,000 passive tags and an information system integrated across 995 facilities in the China Railway network.
The Company now develops complete sets of RFID products, designed for most RFID applications.