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- Aug 19, 2016 -

RFID technology and brand identification solution provider SML RFID has announced seven new RFID inlays designed for managing

goods in the retail supply chain. The new inlays have been customized to fit the size, performance and requirements for use

on small cosmetics, polybagged apparel and accessories, as well as other types of merchandise, according to SML RFID.

The GB11uU7, made with a Ucode 7 chip, measures 14 millimeters by 14 millimeters.

Three of the new inlays are certified by the Auburn University RFID Lab’s ARC testing program. The other four inlays are 

developed for a variety of special use cases, including cosmetics, wine bottles, books, furniture and apparel, SML RFID says.

The GB9R6, made with an Impinj Monza R6 chip, measures 95 millimeters by 8 millimeters and is designed for difficult-to-tag

or high-detuning materials such as cardboard and plastics. It has passed all ARC spec categories, as set by GS1, according

to SML RFID. The Maze U7, made with NXP Semiconductors’ Ucode 7 chip, measures 68 millimeters by 14 millimeters and was

upgraded for enhanced performance and meets ARC spec’s A, B, D, F, G, K, N and Q categories for use throughout the supply

chain, SML RFID says. GB4MuU7, also made with a Ucode 7 chip, measures 43 millimeters by 16 millimeters, meets ARC spec’s 

A, B, D, G, M and Q for tagging of multiple apparel items, and was designed with a smaller form factor to be used on apparel

items ranging from denim to ladies’ undergarments

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