Product Announcement News
We will be posting news announcements being made at the event closer to LIVE 2012. Check back regularly for updates.
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introduces the intelligent a3tag Read more
introduces the new white paper, "Not Barcodes or RFID, but Both...Leveraging Printer Infrastructure to Reap the Benefits of Converging Technologies" Read more
Introduces New Product: Model 1861 Bluetooth UHF/HF Reader Read more
launches new high-performance UPM Buckle UHF RFID inlay design with Impinj Monza 5 IC; well-known UPM Web and UPM Trap also available with Monza 5 IC Read more
introduces new 12x12 mm near-field UHF inlay based on NXP UCODE G2iL Read more
(UPM RFID, Tampere, Mar. 2, 2012)—UPM RFID is introducing a new 12x12 mm near-field UHF inlay with NXP's UCODE G2iL chip. This NF inlay will also be available with NXP's UCODE G2iM chip. The small footprint of the inlay fits well even on the smallest items, like jewelry, electronics or cosmetics.
UPM 12x12 NF UHF inlay with NXP UCODE G2iL
– Antenna size 12 x 12 mm / 0.47 x 0.47"
– Die-cut size 15 x 15 mm / 0.59 x 0.59"
– EPC Gen 2 and ISO 18000-6C protocol-compliant
– Ideal for item-level applications for which small footprint is required
– Sample available at RFID Journal LIVE, production volumes during Q2 2012
UPM Belt, UPM DogBone, UPM ShortDipole, UPM Web and UPM MiniWeb now available with NXP UCODE G2iM
UPM RFID is also upgrading several products to the NXP UCODE G2iM UHF chip. The NXP UCODE G2iM comes equipped with 128 to 448 bits of EPC memory, unalterable TID of 96 bits including a 48-bit unique serial number. Additional user memory offers up to 640 bits.
UPM Belt, UPM DogBone, UPM ShortDipole, UPM Web and UPM MiniWeb are based on the existing available UCODE G2iL designs offering high quality and extended memory features for a range of applications.
– Great choice for supply chain management and item-level retail apparel
– Delivers optimal performance in demanding logistical and industrial applications
– Suitable for demanding supply chain management applications
UPM Web and UPM MiniWeb
– Ideal for item-level apparel applications
For further information please contact:
Mr Tero Koivisto, Product Line Director, UHF, UPM RFID, tel. +358 400 814 964
Mr Jan Svoboda, Sales & Marketing Director, Americas, UPM RFID, tel. +1 805 312 4679
About UPM RFID
UPM RFID, part of UPM's Engineered Materials business group, is the world's number one producer of HF, NFC and UHF radio frequency identification (RFID) tags and inlays. UPM RFID has a global service network consisting of factories in China and in the United States and a broad network of sales offices worldwide. The UPM Group employs around 24,000 people and it has production plants in 16 countries. UPM's annual sales exceed €10 billion. UPM's shares are listed on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. In December 2011 UPM reached an agreement with SMARTRAC N.V. whereby UPM will sell its RFID business to SMARTRAC. The deal is expected to be closed during the Q1/2012. Further information is available at www.upmrfid.com.
is launching a new test system for measuring the performance of UHF RFID readers, celebrating the fifth anniversary of Tagformance, the tool the UHF RFID industry uses for tag benchmarking and various other measurements Read more
is celebrating the fifth anniversary of Tagformance Read more
Hong Kong RFID
to demonstrate the world's smallest Hussar Active Tag Read more
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