GAO Tek’s 433 MHz Rack Temperature RFID Tag

This battery-powered rack temperature RFID tag can be used with most standard fixed and mobile readers.

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Description

Overview

This battery-powered rack temperature RFID tag can be used with most standard fixed and mobile readers. It monitors temperature sensitive assets in IT racks with an accuracy of 1.2 °C to enable easy mapping of data center temperature profiles and air flow optimization. The real-time temperature conditions are reported periodically. The tag is sealed in an impact and splash resistant polycarbonate enclosure with a strong adhesive on the back of the case. It can be placed on or in IT racks or suspended in air. This RFID tag features a low-battery alert function and operates with a very low duty cycle and a 10s beacon rate. Its small form factor ensures clear signal transmission in high-density deployments.

Key Features – 433 MHz Rack Temperature RFID Tag

  • Accurate temperature monitoring within 1.2 °C
  • Encoded ratio transmissions at 433 MHz
  • Specially designed for use with rack installed assets
  • Industrial-strength adhesive mounting and flexible mounting options
  • Enhances customers’ existing active RFID infrastructure
  • Ideal for high-density environments
  • Low-battery alert

Technical Specifications

Operating frequency 433.92 MHz
Group code & Tag ID codes > 1 trillion unique IDs
Typical transmission range > 30 ft
Related emission 71.8 dBuV/m (maximum)
Modulation ASK
Stability Saw stabilized
Battery type Lithium CR2032 coin cell
Battery life > 3 years
Construction Lexan polycarbonate
Durability Tough, impact resistant and temperature stable
Sealing Splash resistant
Mounting options 3M 200MP adhesive, zip-tie loop lanyard
Operating temperature -20 °C to 70 °C
Storage temperature -40 °C to 80 °C
Temperature sensor accuracy ±1.2°C (typical)
Dimensions 56.4 mm × 44.2 mm × 8.9 mm
Weight 34.16 g

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