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Aviation News Brady Corporation presents its RFID labels at Aircraft Interiors

Brady Corporation presents its RFID labels at Aircraft Interiors

Romain Guillot
10 APR 2019 | 157 words
Brady Corporation presents its RFID labels at Aircraft Interiors
Brady Corporation will be taking the opportunity provided by the Aircraft Interiors show in Hamburg to present its range of RFID labels for the aviation industry.

Brady's RFID labels, which are available in versions for metal and non-metal components, are proposed in different sizes with a unitary weight of under 2 g. They can stand up to harsh environmental conditions without needing any film cover and are ATA Spec2000 and AS7578-certified.

The RFID chips may be scanned up to 8 metres away. They meet the needs of OEM as well as operators and MRO companies.

The RFID Air ultra-fine labels, which are applied to non-metal surfaces, are particularly targeted at cabin equipment (life vests, oxygen masks, bottles, medical kits, seat covers, etc.) to facilitate reference counting or identification operations for potential replacement.

The American company is also proposing solutions to print and program an RFID label in under 10 seconds.
Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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