RFID can be used for so many different applications, like even measuring temperatures as they fluctuate or moisture levels. This can be critical for certain applications where steady levels need to be maintained. So how does this work?
Passive RFID Sensors measure critical parameters and deliver needed data about objects and environments. Passive sensing devices are wireless, battery-free sensors that eliminate maintenance and can be placed in almost any environment. Passive tags transmit data when a reader energizes the tag, sending sensor information back to the reader every time the sensor is read.
These types of innovations are what make our RFID solutions ID Made Better®.
The ReadySense Passive RFID Temperature Sensor Tags are much smaller, thinner, and more flexible than battery-powered sensors, and they are more cost-efficient than active wireless sensing tags.
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