Faread Technology Co.,LTd.

    TRPGP40TGC

    TRANSPONDERFEATURES APPLICATIONS• Best-in-Class Performance Through Patented HDX Technology• Patented Transponder Tuning Provides Stable and High Read Performance• 80-Bit Customer-Confi

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    TRANSPONDER

    FEATURES APPLICATIONS

    • Best-in-Class Performance Through Patented HDX Technology

    • Patented Transponder Tuning Provides Stable and High Read Performance

    • 80-Bit Customer-Configurable Transponder (CCT) Type

    • Insensitive to Almost All Nonmetallic Materials

     

    APPLICATIONS

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    DESCRIPTION

    FRD 12-mm low-frequency (LF) glass transponders provide superior performance and operate at a

    resonance frequency of 134.2 kHz. The products are compliant to ISO/IEC 11784/11785 global open standards.

    FRD LF glass transponders are manufactured with TI's patented tuning process to provide

    consistent read performance. Prior to delivery, the transponders undergo complete functional and parametric

    testing, to provide the high quality customers have come to expect from TI.


    Model

    TRPGP40TGC

    Memory (bits)

    80

    Memory (pages)

    1

    Resonance frequency

    134.6 kHz

    Modulation

    FSK (frequency shift keying) 134.2 kHz / 124.2 kHz

    Transmission principle

    HDX (half duplex)

    Power source

    Powered from the reader signal (battery-less)

    Typical reading range

    60 cm

    Typical reading time

    70 ms

    Case material

    Glass

    Protection glass

    Hermetically sealed

    EMC

    Programmed code is not affected by natural electromagnetic interference or x-rays

    Signal penetration

    Transponder can be read through almost all nonmetallic material

    Mechanical shock

    IEC 60068-2-32 free-fall drop test, 20 times from 1.5-m height

    Dimensions

    Ø 2.12 ± 0.05 mm x 12.0 ± 0.5 mm

    Weight

    0.10 g

    Operating temperature

    -25°C to 70°C

    Storage temperature

    -40°C to 100°C


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