Vizinex RFID Introduce Long Range Asset Tags

Press Release
Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Vizinex RFID Introduces Sentry AST™ long range durable asset tags for outdoor and industrial monitoring

(Radio-frequency identification (RFID) refers to the use of a wireless non-contact system that uses radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data from a tag attached to an object, for the purposes of automatic identification and tracking).

Vizinex RFID, a leading designer and manufacturer of off-the-shelf and cost-effective customized RFID tags, today announced its U.S.-made Sentry AST™ Long Range RFID tag that provides exceptional read distances of 45 feet in a sleek, compact, and durable package.

The Sentry AST™ Long Range tag is engineered for use on a wide range of surfaces including metal, wood, and most plastics. Its rugged, UV-stabilized ABS exterior is designed for outdoor and industrial environments to withstand repeated exposure to vibration, temperature extremes, mechanical shock, salt sprays, and other demanding conditions.

It is ideal for use in military asset tracking, cargo and container tracking, yard/fleet management, and pallet tracking.

“The Sentry AST™ Long Range tag was designed and manufactured right here in our suburban Philadelphia office,” stated Ken Horton, CEO Vizinex RFID. “Its surprising size—smaller than most smart phones—provides long-range coverage for real-time asset loss prevention, inventory management, and personnel access control."


 

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