CAEN UHF Temperature Logger Semi-Passive Tag (EPC Gen2) with External Probe

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WRT0005ETAAA
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Description

CAEN RFID easy2log RT0005ET is a semi-passive UHF logger tag that is used for effective track and trace solutions for the cold-chain.

RT0005ET allows monitoring temperature sensitive products such as perishable foods and pharmaceuticals during transportation and storage.

The RT0005ET is compatible with standard UHF RFID readers available on the market.

The tag can be started either using a button or via standard RFID commands. It is able to calculate the Mean Kinetic Temperature and the user configurable remaining shelf life time. It can also generate alarms in case these parameters exceed user defined thresholds.

In RT0005ET the sensor is placed on an external probe so it is possible to measure temperature even inside a shielded box where the RFID field cannot get through.

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  • WRT0005ETAAA - CAEN UHF Temperature Logger Semi-Passive Tag (EPC Gen2) with External Probe 12 Pack
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Product Features

  • High temperature accuracy
  • Fast download of samples
  • Button and LED for fast inspection
  • Long monitoring time span
  • EPC Gen2 RFID interface

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Additional Information

Air Protocol:
EPC Class1 Gen2/ISO 18000-6C
Frequency:
860 MHz - 928 MHz
EPC Size:
512 bits
User Memory:
512 bits
Reserved Memory:
512 bits
Applications:
Fresh food, Seafood, Meat and poultry, Milk-based products, Frozen food, Chemical/pharmaceutical products
Form Factor:
Rigid
Battery Powered:
yes
Power Source:
Li / MnO2 Model Renata CR 2450N
Operating Temperature:
-20°C to +70°C (-4°F to +158°F)
Dimensions:
107 x 107 x 8.7 mm (4.21 x 4.21 x 0.34 in)
Weight:
48 g (1.67 oz)
Download Data Sheet:
https://rfid4ustore.com/content/data_sheet/Caen RT0005ET Data Sheet 2018.pdf
Download Technical Information Manual:
https://rfid4ustore.com/content/data_sheet/Caen RT005ET Tech Manual 2018.pdf
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