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RFID Sensor Tag
RD210040A RFID Power Current Overload Consumption Temperature Monitor UHF Sensor Tag
RD210040A RFID Power Current Overload Consumption Temperature Monitor UHF Sensor Tag
  • Cable management for high voltage wire overload monitor

  • Fast check temperature by our bluetooth bracelet reader 

  • High accuracy temperature  sensoring ± 0.5 degree

  • Printable, battery free, passive UHF temperature sensor tag type

  • Measure real time temperature of cables, send temperature data to Cloud for monitoring potential risks of cables, play an early warning role

  • Suitable to be placed on metal environment management

Product Feature
  • RD210040A Hanging Cable RFID Temperature Sensor Tag

  • Tag Dimension: 95*30*0.2 mm  (Antenna Size: 69*11 mm)

  • Chip:CAB1/VBL7 ( Protocol: ISO18000-6C GEN2)

  • Memory:TID/UID112bit + EPC/Block  192bit + User File_0 with 512bit of data  + Reserve  112bit 

  • Operating Frequency : 860-960Mhz

  • FaceStock/Housing: Printable White PET 

  • Reading Range: 500cm on Air-Free (depends on reader) 

  • Installation:  Hanging

  • Characteristic: Anti-metal / Temperature Sensoring

  • Feature Option:Free consulting and free samples with solution proposal & evaluation, Fast sampling within 2-3days is provided to support ODM/OEM/SKD in order to meet the customized printing including mono/color barcode and text Embossing, laser-engraving, personalization and encoding service


Value Points
  • Monitor the temperature of cables while cable in work, play an early warning role.

  • The safety of high-voltage cables is very important for power plants and substations. In the long-term operation process, the external thermal fault of the high-voltage cable mainly refers to the poor contact of the joints at each node. Under the action of high current, the temperature of the joints rises, the contact resistance increases, and the vicious circle causes safety hazard.