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BAH!! How do I detect a weld nut?!?!

In automated manufacturing, part quality issues are a weekly discussion and this continues to be true in most weld shops across North America. One of the more common issues that I encounter in discussions with customers involves nuts being welded to a part. 287 more words

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How to Make Plant-based Assets Smarter

…add RFID

Pallets, bins, shipping containers, machine tools, hand tools, calibration equipment, neumatic and hydraulic cylinders, etc, etc, etc can all be given some level of intelligence which would make life easier within the plant. 199 more words

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When to use IO-Link RFID

At this point it is pretty clear that RFID is a fairly simple identification solution that involves a tag, antenna, and processor. The tag holds the information that is critical to the application. 444 more words

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Customization of RFID tag holders and mounting accessories

Does your RFID application require a customized tag holder? What about special brackets for read/write heads and processors? Don’t have the bandwidth to design the mounting hardware required for your unique application? 164 more words

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Industrial HF RFID System: BIS M Industrial RFID Systems

The BIS M system uses a High Frequency or HF 13.56 MHz inductively coupled technology along with passive tags to provide mid-range RFID solutions as far as 400 mm. 138 more words

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BIS U Identification System: Industrial UHF RFID Applications

The BIS U Identification System is classified as a non-contacting system with read and write functionality for single or multiple UHF tags. This allows it to transport not only programmed information that is fixed on the data carrier (tag), but also to collect and pass on tag information to interfacing control or data collection systems. 241 more words

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BIS U Identification System: Industrial UHF RFID System

The BIS U system (UHF RFID System) uses Ultra High Frequency or UHF 865 to 928 MHz propagating wave and back scatter technology along with passive tags to provide very long range RFID solutions as far as 6 m. 260 more words

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