XERAFY Company Blog
Xerafy’s Fashion Show at RFID LIVE
April 08, 2011
I’ve seen a lot of posts lately about RFID for fashion from companies gearing up for the RFID Live Show in Orlando, Florida, April 12-14th. At Xerafy, we’re more geared towards industrial markets with our embed-in-metal and RFID-on-metal tags. However, we decided to do our own fashion show with our tags to show the audience how good our tags can look dressed in their applications.
Wearing all the best colors of the season, we have the Trak Series, our versatile tag that is able to work on and off metal, is omni-directional, and boasts a read performance up to 33 feet. For the show, the Cargo Trak will be attached to a cargo container, an example of how to look good while traveling. While the Data Trak will be looking slim on a blade-server.
On our second table, we will display the new and improved X II Series line. Although the casing may look the same, we’ve doubled our read range of the Picox II to 2 meters. Looking really slick for the show, our Microx II will be mounted onto an oil and gas valve.
Our newest line, the XL Series, has lots of data packed in a small package. Since the Airbus 350 XWB isn’t complete yet, we decided to place our Sky-ID on a smaller part and demonstrate how much Sky-ID has to say in 8K.
As a sneak peak, we will show our XS Series, a tag so tiny that it can be embedded on surgical tools.
For our final display, we will feature the “Best in Show” nominee, the iN Series, the RFID tag so small that it can be embedded into the head of a bolt. Our iN tags have shocked system integrators with their performance when completely flush-mounted in metal. Looking really slick for the show, our Nano-iN will be embedded in a laptop and a Pico-iN embedded in a blade-server.
Stop by Booth #200 and see Xerafy’s fashion show..We look forward to meeting with our customers and partners and hearing more about the features you need in RFID.
If you haven’t registered yet for RFID LIVE
, feel free to use Xerafy’s 15% off discount code of LJHT.
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You mentioned a tag that can be embedded in a surgical tool. Can the RFID tag take the heat of an autoclave when surgical tools are sterlized? Any idea how many times your tags can be autoclaved before they don't work?