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RFID Sensor Tag
HP200076A HT160 NFC HF Medical Blood Bag Management Active Temperature Logger Label
HP200076A HT160 NFC HF Medical Blood Bag Management Active Temperature Logger Label
  • NFC HF temperature tags, ISO14443 or ISO15693 protocl available, no worries about system development compatible problem

  • Tamperature tag with paper battery DC1.1-1.5V, temperature logger

  • Temperature logging records up to 4864 times

  • Temperature measure range from -35℃~50℃

  • Temperature logging interval in APP setting is customized & flexible 

  • Tag adhesive performance keeps in mininum temperature of -40℃

  • Suitable for blood safty management, temperature control

Product Feature
  • HP200076A HT160 NFC Active Temperature Logger Label

  • Tag Dimension: 50*50*1 mm (Antenna Size: 46*46 mm)

  • Chip: FM13HT160 (Protocol: ISO14443A or  ISO15693)

  • Memory: TID/UID 96bit+EPC/Block 96bit+User0-8kbits(Total 160kbit EEPROM)+Reserve  32bits kill & 32bits access

  • Operating Frequency: 13.0-14.5Mhz

  • FaceStock/Housing: Printable Coated Paper 

  • Reading Range: 1.5cm on Air-Free (Depends on Reader) 

  • Installation: Adhesive  

  • Characteristic: Temperature Sensing

  • 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

Update History
  • May 20, 2021

  • 1、APP demo DT160 Andorid APP 9.2.9 & source code

  • 2、RTC_FLOW_FLAG=1,  register operation at C085 is disable

  • 3、Add UserManual for ISO15693 basing on FM13HT160 ISO15693(T5T) Application manual_V1.3

Value Points
  • Over write logging records time by time after memory is getting full.

  • Designed with the blood bag supply chain in mind, the Blood HF NFC Tag are capable of enduring high moisture and long durations at freezing temperatures.

  • Hospital liquid medicine management ensure good quality for the patients.

  • RFID has the potential of improving patient safety and providing seamless healthcare service to the ever increasing patient pool through efficient inventory reduction and management, increased labor efficiency and overall operational automation.