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  • in reply to: MagnusS3 programing #20060
    Martin
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    Ashi,

    The Sensor Code is an indication of the impedance seen by the tag antenna. Consequently, it provides information on the near-field presence and proximity of materials that affect impedance, such as water and metals. A couple of example applications are: moisture detection (diapers) and automotive water intrusion detection.

    The only sample code that we have is for Nordic ID and ThingMagic readers. It is located at: https://github.com/Axzon/reader-sample-code

    The sample code shows how to properly measure the Sensor Code, the On-Chip RSSI and Temperature.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: RFM3200-AER Temperature sensor Powered by Magnus #20058
    Martin
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    Hi,

    Please contact Sales (sales@axzon.com) with your request. They will be able to provide a couple of Application Notes with detailed information.

    in reply to: Looking for measuring temperature and humidity #20051
    Martin
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    You can get the brochure from the following link:

    https://axzon.com/rfm2121-wireless-flexible-moisture-sensor/

    You can also get additional information from:

    http://community.rfmicron.com/application-notes/

    If you provide more specific information about your application then I’ll be able to provide better feedback. If you want to keep the conversation private then please contact sales:

    http://community.rfmicron.com/contact-us-sales-quote-request/

    in reply to: Impinj Reader Compatibility #20048
    Martin
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    Hi Miguel, I’m not aware on any fix for the R420. But we haven’t tested any recent firmware version, so it is possible that there is a fix but we just don’t know it.

    in reply to: Looking for measuring temperature and humidity #20044
    Martin
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    Hi,

    We don’t have sensors for humidity (water in gas state). What we have is moisture sensors (detect presence of liquid water in close proximity to the tag). The RFM2121 can measure moisture and temperature.

    in reply to: Temperature Tag with Chafon CF-MU904 Module #20036
    Martin
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    Hi,

    In order to read the temperature the reader has to be able to keep continuous RF power for 3 milliseconds after the SELECT command that activates the temperature sensor. Not all the commercial readers support this capability. We have tested Nordic Id, Thingmagic and Convergence readers that correctly support this feature.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: IP Rating #20004
    Martin
    RFMicron Team Member
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    Hi Soo Chee,

    We have not done third-party testing, so we don’t know what the IP ratings are, or at least we make no claims as to the ratings.  However, since our tags are built using similar materials and methods as other tags, we would expect them to have similar ratings to comparable tags from other vendors.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: IP Rating #20002
    Martin
    RFMicron Team Member
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    Hi Soo Chee,

    I’m sorry for not answering earlier. Axzon is still maintaining this forum. It would be easier to give you a recommendation if you provide more details about your application. With RFID Sensors is important to address all the application details. For example, a sensor that it is going to get exposed to water, depending on the amount of water, will change its read distance.

    Finally, please remember that for high volume applications it is possible to design a specific sensor that addresses the application needs.

    Regards,

    Martin G.

    in reply to: RFM2110 for non-metal surface #2251
    Martin
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    If the RFM2110 tag is installed in a non-metal surface the sensitivity will be affected to such a degree that it might become unreadable. And even if it becomes slightly readable with a high-power reader, the sensor codes,  that provide a measurement of moisture, will not operate correctly. For moisture detection in non-metal surfaces Axzon recommends the use of the RFM2121 tag.

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