Avery Dennison Unveils AD-332u8 RAIN RFID inlay

Avery Dennison Unveils AD-332u8 RAIN RFID inlay

By Manufacturing Technology Insights | Wednesday, October 07, 2020

With the latest AD-332u8 inlay, Avery Dennison has affirmed its claim to be the technological forerunner in developing retail and logistics-optimized inlays.

FREMONT, CA: Avery Dennison announces that the AD-332u8 inlay has passed the ARC category H requirements for demanding retail environments. Having released in 2019 before the category H specifications coming into force, this is the foremost inlay in the market with proven high volume implementations. AD-332u8 provides superior reliability in high density, proximity conditions. In the fashion retail segment, the product has proven its performance and reliability within high-volume customer projects.

The Gen2 RAIN RFID (UHF) antenna design offers excellent bulk reading performance when tagged folded garments. Other small items are stacked on retail store floors or other storage areas, especially where massive quantities of goods are situated in a very confined space. That makes it the best match for inventory accuracy and supply chain management applications.

AD-332u8 inlays are armed with UCODE 8 chips from NXP, having 128-bits of EPC memory and a 96-bit Tag IDentifier (TID) with a 48-bit unique serial number factory-encoded into the TID. The latest RAIN RFID inlay measures 70 x 14.5mm being the market's smallest product that meets ARC category H specifications. It has also passed other application-relevant needs as defined by the RFID Lab at Auburn University, the following Specifications. F, G, M, N, Q, W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, and W6.

AD-332u8 inlays are developed according to the industry's highest quality standards, as confirmed by the RFID Lab at Auburn University, like all RFID products from Avery Dennison Intelligent Labels.  Avery Dennison is the only firm worldwide to secure the ARC accreditation for quality by the inspection authority. AD-332u8 inlays are available worldwide in high volumes as of now.

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