The Xerafy ROSWELL series represents the ultimate survivability in rugged RFID tags.
The heavy-duty RFID tags benefit from an innovative patent-pending antenna-free structure that provides exceptional durability and RFID performance where everything else fails: Heat, pressure, shocks, vibrations, compression, pressure, vapor, fluids, chemicals…
Can RFID work in metal? The embeddable RFID tags are engineered to be flush-mounted and make full use of the metal in the asset to increase RF performance.
“Considering the environment and working conditions the tag would have to endure, the mounting options available to us, and the surfaces we would need to work with, the Xerafy Roswell ticked all the boxes.”
The ROSWELL series of passive on-metal RFID tags offer tagging solutions for hazardous environments
while performing reliably under the most stringent circumstances
Stainless Steel or Aluminum cases
Built to withstand fluids (IP ratings), shocks, and chemicals
Full 180-degree read orientation in the field
Rugged mounting options: Rivets, Screws, Welding, Embedding
ATEX and Autoclavable versions available
Encoding for unique and secure identification
All the tough on-metal RFID tags in the ROSWELL series can be fully
personalized to support the deployment of your RFID system
Silk-printing for customized branding and identification
Durable laser engraving for
User memory versions for
encoding and programming
Design options: ATEX, Metal backplate...
On metal RFID tags with extreme durability features like the Xerafy ROSWELL series enable passive UHF asset tracking capabilities in systems designed for the most challenging operations in the field.
The ROSWELL series tags are all standard passive UHF (Ultra High Frequency) tags that comply with EPCglobal Gen2v2 and ISO 18000-63 standards, also referred to as RAIN RFID.
A wide range of fixed and handheld RFID readers is available, with frequencies and antenna polarization matching the tags’ to ensure compatibility and optimal performance.
With typical application temperatures ranging from 85°C to 250°C for industrial processes, tags are ruggedized using packaging materials such as ceramic, which Xerafy introduced in 2010.
Xerafy offers mount on metal RFID tags that are field-proven for ultra high temperature, available in a variety of form factors, frequencies, and case materials, and that can be customized.
A combination of heat, steam, fluids, gas, and irradiation is used in medical autoclaves and sterilizers to kill microorganisms and sterilize medical devices and instruments.
Autoclavable RFID tags from Xerafy are qualified to survive and perform through the repeated sterilization cycles of hospital’s CSSP/SPD re-processing.
ATEX/IECEx-certified RFID tags are intrinsically safe to operate in explosive atmospheres in the presence of gas, vapor, mist, powder, or dust.