Confidex, a Beontag company launches new tag upgrades with the latest Impinj RAIN RFID tag chip for high memory applications
Global wireless IOT technologies company Confidex, a Beontag company has enhanced its portfolio of RAIN RFID tag products to meet the challenges of today’s industrial market. This new generation of Confidex’s industry-leading family of products leverages Impinj’s latest IC: the M780, offering best-in-class performance for automotive and manufacturing enterprises.
Industrial companies today face a unique set of challenges – from supply chain delays to man-power shortages – that are driving innovation, and a shift to digital tools, to maintain efficiency and product quality. To support this transition, RAIN RFID tag designs need to provide the highest reliability, extended memory for encoding schemes, along with form factor flexibility.
For that reason Confidex has upgraded its family of industrial grade products to help drive digital transformation in the automotive industry and beyond. Leveraging the Impinj M780 IC, these tags offer highest performance, reliable operation, as well as extended memory. “Impinj is proud to collaborate with Confidex. The newly-released Impinj M780 RAIN RFID tag chip helps Confidex’s family of industrial products deliver the high performance needed to meet the growing demands in industrial RAIN RFID applications,” says Martin Liebl, senior director product management at Impinj.
“Performance is a must in the business critical, fast-paced industry where customers rely on RAIN RFID steering the production and logistics processes,” says Miika Pylvänäinen, Director of Product Line RFID for Confidex Ltd. “With this new generation to its family of top quality industrial tags, Confidex offers the latest technology to drive the digital transformation of industries. Our wide portfolio of products includes off and on-metal labels for industrial parts tracking, as well as robust tags for long-term container tracking and more.” highest reliability, extended memory for encoding schemes, along with form factor flexibility.