Avery Dennison Reveals Three New RFID Inlay Designs
Headquartered in Clinton, S.C., Avery Dennison RFID—a business unit of Avery Dennison Corp.—announced the continued expansion of its RFID inlay product portfolio with the introduction of three new inlay designs, which are EPC Class 1 Gen 2, as well as ISO-180006-C-compliant. They are designed to be read across the range of global RFID frequency bands, and integrate seamlessly into label converting processes.
Avery Dennison’s three new RFID inlays include:
• AD-430 Inlay, designed to fit within a 4x1˝ label for supply chain applications. The inlay is suited for use with RF-friendly, metal and liquid contents. Wide-band characteristics provide the ability to operate at optimal efficiency over a wide range of frequencies (860-960 MHz), ensuring superior performance across the world.
• AD-630 Inlay, designed to fit within a 3x3˝ or 4x6˝ label. Perfect for retail case-and-pallet use, the inlay is orientation insensitive, so it can be read in any direction (face-on or edge-on). Its wide-band characteristics provide the ability to operate over a wide range of frequencies.
• AD-813 Inlay, sized to fit within a 1x1˝ label. The inlay provides powerful, edge-on performance in small, item-level applications, such as pharmaceutical pill bottles and other compact items, as well as for shelf-level product labeling. Created to perform in both near-field and far-field applications, the AD-813 is available in three versions for best regional performance across a variety of contents.
All three products are scheduled for general release in the third quarter of 2007.
For more information, visit www.rfid.averydennison.com or call (866) 903-7343.