ShockWatch RFID tags effectively prevent damaged items from progressing through the supply chain. This eliminates the need for visual indicator checks as the system seamlessly records the information.
Selecting the suitable impact threshold and affixing the tag, the package condition is automatically logged in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software or warehouse management system whenever an RFID reader remotely scans it.
Effective Damage Prevention
By integrating RFID inventory management with impact-damage monitoring, the process of detecting damages in the supply chain becomes streamlined. Connecting RFID damage indications to the ERP or warehouse management system automates the identification of products that require inspections.
Determining the exact location of damages facilitates accountability and efficient issue resolution. Automated reporting eliminates the need for visual indicators by instantly reporting g-force threshold events, enabling swift evaluation of packages.
RFID impact indicators are field-armable, tamperproof devices that turn red when an impact exceeding a specified g-force threshold occurs. These tags can be read remotely and conveniently placed inside boxes, crates, or packages for comprehensive monitoring.
Impact Indicators for Proactive Damage Detection
Passive RFID tracking offers significant advantages to manufacturers by enabling them to determine the suitability of parts for inventory and detect hidden damage, thus enhancing reliability and reducing warranty-related work.
Distributors leverage RFID supply chain management to achieve real-time damage detection, allowing for immediate inspection during shipment and swift reshipment of critical replacement items.
The red-turning impact labels serve as a visible signal, alerting handlers to check the package for potential damage. Additionally, companion labels with clear instructions further aid cargo handlers respond promptly to suspected damage.
In smart supply chain management, reliable data plays a crucial role. RFID tracking provides automated and effective data collection, enabling efficient management and mitigation of damages within the supply chain.
- Can be scanned with a standard UHF reader
- Impact prevention
- Automatic recording
- Streamline inspections
- Automated reporting
- Remote readability
- Proactive damage detection
- Real-time tracking
- Swift reshipment
- Data-driven decision making
- Sensitivity Range: 5-75G
- Duration: 0.5-50ms
- RFID Type: ISO18000-6 / EPC Gen 2
- Tolerance: ± 15% at 20°C / 68°F, 1 ATM
- Operating Temperature: -25° to 80°C / -13° to 176°F
- Weight (varies by sensitivity): ~5.05g
- Dimensions: 342.93 mm x 42.93 mm x 6.35 mm / 1.69in x 1.69in x 0.25in
- Security: Tamperproof/Serialised
- Shelf Life: 2 years when stored at standard temperature and pressure (20°C/68° F, 1 ATM)
- Storage Recommendations: 20°C/68°F, 1 ATM, 0-99% RH Non-condensing
- ShockWatch RFID: 5G
- ShockWatch RFID: 10G
- ShockWatch RFID: 15G
- ShockWatch RFID: 25G
- ShockWatch RFID: 37G
- ShockWatch RFID: 50G
- ShockWatch RFID: 75G
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