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EPCglobal, Inc: EPCglobal, Inc: EPCglobal, Inc: EPC Gen 2 RFID labels available

Lowry Computer Products announced in August an agreement in which Lowry’s label conversion facility will integrate Texas Instruments' Electronic Product CodeTM (EPC) Gen 2 inlays into its Smart Trac RFID labels.
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The RFID labels are applicable for retail and Department of Defense RFID supply chain applications.

The EPCglobal EPC Gen 2 standards offer several advantages over the first-generation EPC Class 0 and Class 1 standards according to Lowry. These include optimized performance in different global regulatory environments read/write field programmability faster tag read/write rates operability in dense reader environments and easy migration to future EPC classes.

Production quantities of Smart Trac labels with TI's Gen 2 inlays are available now.

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