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Passive Wireless RFID Temperature Sensor Demonstration & Tutorial. Ideal for Food Safety.

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Published on Jul 7, 2011

RFID Sensors have the amazing ability to wirelessly transmit temperature data from a sensor that has no battery. The sensor uses the RF energy from the RFID reader to power the electronics and transmit the reading. No battery makes these sensors ideal in many applications, such as food safety. This video demonstrates the reading of a tag with multiple hand held readers. It also shows the performance of the tag at low freezing temperatures and against metal. The video highlights several of the recent advancements in RFID sensor performance and packaging - including an RFID temperature food probe. Phase IV Engineering invented RFID sensing and presents and they share their insights into the technology. Learn more at www.PhaseIVengr.com. You know your industry - we know wireless RFID sensing.

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