Battery free full system from Farsens
Easy to set-up, complete wireless battery free sensor systems are now available for testing
Farsens has packed everything you need to have a full passive sensor system up and running with no effort. Their Full Battery Free Sensor kits come with their wireless battery free sensor tags of choice plus a commercial UHF RFID reader, a reader antenna, reader power supply and Ethernet cable to connect to your PC or laptop. The kit also comes with a software program that displays the sensor tag data on your computer. Tags in these kits come in non-protected PCB formats for custom encapsulation or embedding in non-metallic assets/materials.
There are four sensor options for the Basic and Regular choices:
- Battery Free Temperature Sensor (BFTS) - any kit focused on temperature monitoring includes FENIX wireless battery-less temperature sensor tags.
- Battery Free Pressure Sensor (BFPS) - pressure monitoring kits include VORTEX wireless battery-less pressure sensor tags.
- Batter Free Orientation Sensor (BFOS) - when the users need a kit to monitor spatial orientation of assets KINEO wireless battery free sensor tags are shipped.
- Battery Free Switch Sensor (BFSS) - any kit desired to monitor the open/close status of a mechanical switch is shipped with X1 wireless battery free switches.
Farsens designs and manufactures full passive RFID sensor solutions. Their proprietary UHF RFID IC allows Farsens to develop long range solutions for asset tracking - via the unique ID - and monitoring - via the attached sensor - without the need of any battery on the tag.
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