Development Tools

Farsens offers proprietary RFID ICs that are able to supply and communicate with external components.

The RFID ICs harvest energy from the RF field created by RFID readers and use that power to drive sensors, actuators or other electronics effectively creating battery-free devices.

All commands used with these ICs are standard, no custom commands are needed

Product type

RFID ICs

The ANDY100 is a UHF RFID IC with advanced capabilities for developing battery-free sensor tags. The device features a master SPI port for communication with external devices and power outputs for driving those external devices from the energy harvested from the UHF RF field.

The tag is compatible with EPC C1G2 RFID commercial readers. No custom hardware or custom commands are required.

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Battery free RFID sensors

The ANDY100 is a UHF RFID IC with advanced capabilities for developing battery-free sensor tags. The device features a master SPI port for communication with external devices and power outputs for driving those external devices from the energy harvested from the UHF RF field.

The tag is compatible with EPC C1G2 RFID commercial readers. No custom hardware or custom commands are required.

More info

Battery assisted passive sensors

The ANDY100 is a UHF RFID IC with advanced capabilities for developing battery-free sensor tags. The device features a master SPI port for communication with external devices and power outputs for driving those external devices from the energy harvested from the UHF RF field.

The tag is compatible with EPC C1G2 RFID commercial readers. No custom hardware or custom commands are required.

More info

Bluetooth sensors

The ANDY100 is a UHF RFID IC with advanced capabilities for developing battery-free sensor tags. The device features a master SPI port for communication with external devices and power outputs for driving those external devices from the energy harvested from the UHF RF field.

The tag is compatible with EPC C1G2 RFID commercial readers. No custom hardware or custom commands are required.

More info