GAO RFID provides a collection of RFID Tags for Returnable Transport Items (RTI) with different protocols that are designed to monitor and trace valuable returnable transportation assets such as bins, containers, crates, and pallets. The RFID tags for RTI are available at a variety of frequencies within UHF 869-960 MHz frequency range. UHF technology is rapidly expanding the boundaries of data collection speed and accuracy. Using UHF, an entire truckload of hundreds of individually tagged containers can be accounted for in a few seconds. These tags ensure increased efficiency reduced cost and improved ROI. Additionally, most of the RTI tags have several certifications that include the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive, European Conformity (CE) directive, ATEX/ICEx approval and US&Canada (C1D1/D2) certification. Additionally, these devices are offered at a variety of options regarding the memory capacity such as EPC 96 bits (Extensible to 512 bits), user 512 bits, TID 64 bits and CRC 32 bits. Tags of this kind have IP68 classification by which they are protected from total dust ingress and can withstand immersion in water up to a specified pressure.
We offer RFID tags for returnable transport items in different form factors and materials. The RTI tags are designed to have excellent performance even on challenging materials, for this reason, they are built with excellent materials that excel functionality, some of them are glass fiber – PCB FR4, ABS, and PC.
The RFID tags for returnable transport items are designed to monitor and trace each valuable container as they leave the production site and sit idle at a delivery warehouse. These tags can be used for many different applications such as returnable transit items within global supply chain, automobile still gates, large rental equipment and wooden pallet tracking. Other applied fields for this kind of tag include IT& electronics, chemical and medical assets, tools, various assets, W.I.P. in various industries, returnable metal pallets and boxes, automotive, aerospace, and shipbuilding.