FARSENS to Exhibit and Present at Sensor+Test 2014
FARSENS will display its Industry-Leading Product Portfolio and Showcase its latest battery-free RFID sensor products
Sensor+Test is the leading forum for sensorics, measuring and testing technologies worldwide. Experts, scientists, and developers from all over the globe will be at your disposal and it is their ambition to find the best solution for your specific measuring, testing, or monitoring tasks.
Farsens will showcase its latest development: the R-METER. It is an EPC C1G2 tag to monitor the resistance value of the device connected to it. With a range from 100Ω to 10MΩ, users can play with a wide variety of resistance dependent sensors to develop their own wireless and battery-free sensor tags.
In addition, Farsens will be showcasing a whole set of wireless, battery-free sensor solutions including:
- Pyros - UHF RFID contact temperature tag. Featuring a thermistor, the tag can wirelessly measure surface or contact temperature of items with temperature ranges from a minimum of -50°C to a maximum of +300°C degrees with accuracies ranging from ±0.5ºC to ±3°C degrees.
- Titan - UHF RFID bistable relay. Featuring a G6CU-2114P-US relay from Omron, it can wirelessly open and close electrical circuits (Max. Switching voltage (AC) 380 V - Max. Switching voltage (DC) 125 V - Max. Switching current 8 A)
- X32 - UHF RFID multiple switch monitor. It allows for monitoring the status of up to 32 switches with just one RFID tag.
- Magneto - UHF RFID magnetic field sensor. Featuring a LIS3MDL magnetometer from ST Microelectronics, monitors magnetics fields from ±4 gauss to ±16 gauss in three axis.
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. Additional information about Farsens is accessible at www.farsens.com. Follow Farsens on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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