Battery Free RFID Sensors

Description

Farsens has developed a family of battery free RFID sensors and actuators of all types: temperature, pressure, force, LED, relay, switch monitor and much more.

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Sensors and actuator types

Temperature

Farsens offers a comprehensive portfolio of wireless and battery-free temperature sensors ideal for system monitoring assets and processes.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free temperature sensor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and the associated temperature data to the RFID reader.

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Force/Strain

Farsens has introduced battery-free force sensors to help automate industrial processes. From strain gages to load cells, you can select the sensors you want to use in your application.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free force sensor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and the associated force/strain data to the RFID reader.

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Pressure

Farsens offers a variety of wireless and battery-free pressure sensors to help users monitor pressure in sealed or hardly accessible places.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free pressure sensor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and the associated pressure data to the RFID reader.

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LED

Farsens has developed wireless and battery-free LED tags ideal as visual aid for logistic processes such as picking.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free LED tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and flash their LEDs when triggered by the RFID reader.

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RF Field Detection

Farsens provides wireless and battery-free RF field detection tags in order to help users monitor when RF fields are active.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free RF field detection tags will harvest energy from UHF frequency band RF fields and will light up their LED their brightness depending on how powerful the field is.

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Switch monitor

Anti-tampering and asset condition monitoring with wireless and battery-free switch monitor sensors.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free switch monitor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and associated switch status to the RFID reader.

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Relay

Farsens provides wireless and battery-free relays to open, close or monitor status of electric and electronic circuits.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free relay tags will harvest energy from UHF frequency band fields and open, close or just monitor the status of the circuit it is associated to.

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Orientation

Wireless and battery-free orientation sensors help users understand relative positioning of assets.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free orientation sensor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and associated orientation data to the RFID reader.

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Humidity/Moisture

Farsens offers a variety of wireless and battery-free moisture sensors ideal for preventive maintenance and process automation.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free moisture sensor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and the associated moisture data to the RFID reader.

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Ambient light

Farsens provides wireless and battery-free ambient light sensors ideal for process automation based on ambient light level.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free ambient light sensor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and the associated lux level data to the RFID reader.

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Magnetic field

Monitor magnetic field strength and direction by using wireless and battery-free magnetic field sensors.

Based on UHF RFID technology, these battery-free orientation sensor tags use EPC C1G2 standard commands to communicate their unique identification number and associated magnetic field data to the RFID reader.

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