TEXAS INSTRUMENTS RI-TRP-W9WK-20 RFID TRANSPONDER, 134.2KHZ, 80BIT, WEDGE
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- Manufacturer: TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
- Newark Part No.: 30M1693
- Manufacturer Part No RI-TRP-W9WK-20
- Current Consumption: -
- Frequency: 134.2kHz
- Memory Size: 80bit
- Module Interface: -
- SVHC: No SVHC (16-Dec-2013)
- Tag Type: Encased / Molded
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- RoHS Compliant: No
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RI-TRP-W9WK-20 is a 12mm wedge LF transponder. It provides superior performance and operates at a resonance frequency of 134.2kHz. Specific products are compliant to ISO/IEC 11784/11785 global open standards. Texas Instruments LF transponders are manufactured with TI’s patented tuning process to provide consistent read and write performance. Prior to delivery, the transponders undergo complete functional and parametric testing to provide the high quality customers have come to expect from TI. This transponder is well suited for broad range of applications.
Feature & Benefits:
Best in class performance through patented HDX technology
Patented transponder tuning
Stable and high read/write performance
80bit read/write memory, small package
ISO 11784/11785 compliant
Insensitive to almost all non metallic materials
FSK (Frequency Shift Keying) modulation with 134.2kHz/123.2kHz
Typical reading range ≤20cm, reading time is 70ms
Typical programming time is 309ms
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Applications: System Monitoring, Security, RF Communications, Wireless
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