Radio Frequency Identification Systems (RFID)
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Radio Frequency Identification Systems

Manufacturer: Contrinex
Category: Radio Frequency Identification Systems

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is used in numerous automation and logistics applications. Durable electronic labels (called transponders or tags) allow objects to be identified throughout production and logistics processes, storing essential data for tracking, tracing and quality assurance. No line of sight is required.

Contrinex RFID solutions are designed to meet the demanding requirements of industry: networked automation, flexible assembly and production, warehousing and logistics. Their expertise in full-metal sensing technology also brings you the most durable all-metal tags available in low-frequency technology. The high frequency system allows up to 253 addresses to be accessed from a control console. Use Contrinex's RFID solutions to eliminate costly errors in complex operations, maximize quality and speed-to-market, and rationalize material flow.


The transponder memory contains a unique preset number as well as a zone in which complementary data relative to the object, either for tracing its history or for programming the parameters of the operations to which it will be subjected, can be inscribed by means of a read/write module.

Read / write modules

Excepting the one that can be part of the interface, the ConIdent® read/write modules are all integrated into threaded cylindrical metal housings. The read/write head can be of PBTP (polybutylene-terephthalate) or it can be integrated into an at the sensing face impervious one-piece stainless-steel (V2A) housing, a CONTRINEX specialty

Interface devices

The ConIdent® interface device can be equipped with a built-in swiveling read/write module with two antennas, one frontal and one lateral. In addition, three remote read/write modules may be connected to it. The other alternative is to replace the built-in read/write module by a supplementary connection possibility.


RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is used in numerous automation and logistics domains. It allows objects to be identified by means of electronic labels (transponders or tags).


These instruments shall exclusively be used by qualified personnel. The instruments are not to be used for safety applications, in particular applications in which safety of persons depends on proper operation of the instruments.