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Description: 32MM GLASS TRANSPONDER M/P
- Technology: Passive
- Frequency: 134200 Hz
- Operating Temperature: -13 to 185 F
Description: Accu-Glass produces custom glass transponders used in radio frequency identification transponder, “RFID tags” or “Smart Chips” are a popular choice for low cost and automatic data collection. These devices may often appear in harsh
- Shape / Form: Tube Stock
- Applications: Electronics / RF-Microwave
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quantities. Accu-Glass produces custom glass transponders used in radio frequency identification transponder, "RFID tags"? or "Smart Chips"? are a popular choice for low cost and automatic data collection. These devices may often appear in harsh environmental conditions such as living tissue where size and robustness are critical factors. As RFID electronics become smaller, Accu-Glass can reduce the size of the hermetically sealed glass package to lower costs and reduce space needed... (read more)
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Application of RFID systems
Hereinafter, the steps for production on the example of the glass transponders and the RFID labels must (flexible transponders) be explained.
Aplicación de la identificación de radio frecuencia (RFID) en investigaciones ornitológicas: una revisión
In addition to the glass PIT tags familiar to many biologists, RFID transponders are available in a variety of tag shapes and sizes.
Sea lamprey orient toward a source of a synthesized pheromone using odor-conditioned rheotaxis
At least 24 h prior to experimentation, ovulated females were externally tagged with a 23 mm glass encapsu- lated passive integrated transponder (PIT tag ; Oregon RFID , Portland, OR, USA) and two-color floy tags (Hallprint, Victor Harbor, South Australia) to facilitate visual …
Multiple functions of a multi‐component mating pheromone in sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus
In all other experiments, ovulated females were externally tagged with 23 mm glass encapsulated passive integrated transponder tags (PIT, Oregon RFID ; www.oregonrfid.com).
Un aparato de identificación de frecuencia (RFID) de bajo costo para la investigación ornitológica
… RFID reader operates at a low frequency (125 kHz) and, like most other low-frequency systems, has a read range of ≤10 cm using small (2 mm × 12 mm) glass -ampoule RFID tags (i.e., passive integrated transponders or PIT tags).
The potential for microchip‐automated technology to improve enrichment practices
An RFID tag or transponder consists of an antenna and electronic microchip inside a plastic or glass module, and contains identifying and other data [Jansen and Eradus, 1999].
The Internet of things
For access controls or starting barriers often become the RFID transponders in key trailer or integrates clocks. By the animal identification, the RFID transponders will be used in small glass tubes, that will be …
RFID for libraries
The reading rich width of new HF labels remained comparable with 30-50 cms with that the first LF transponder integrated in glass tube. For these RFID labels in the HF region, opened up the completely new scope of application as …
Thereby, passive technologies are for short the active technologies for greater distances rested [complies The Fink02, 13].8 size of the RFID transponders with its field. Transponders are produced currently predominantly in form of labels , but also as key trailer, glass tube, nails or Chipcoins or - cards [Fink02, 14 ff].
A Review on Agri-food Supply Chain Traceability by Means of RFID Technology
RFID tags , also known as transponders , are usually small pieces of material, typically comprising three components: an antenna, a microchip unit containing memory storage and an encapsulating material of different shapes (Fig. 1). Depending on their application, tags can be embedded in glass or epoxy resins or other materials.