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MRO Europe: Brady launches RFID Air, a new, ultra-slim RFID label for non-metal surfaces

Romain Guillot
31/10/2018 | 347 words
MRO Europe: Brady launches RFID Air, a new, ultra-slim RFID label for non-metal surfaces
Brady Corporation has just launched a new, ultra-slim RFID label for the aviation sector. Named RFID Air, this label is applied to non-metal surfaces, specifically targeting cabin equipment (life vests, oxygen masks, safety equipment, etc.).

RFID Air is available in 3 different sizes, weighs under one gram and is 0.23mm thick. The RFID chip may be scanned up to 8 metres away. Brady is specifying that this label can stand up to extreme environmental conditions without needing a protective film. It is compatible with temperatures between -40C (...)
 
 
 
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