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Mouser Electronics launches Molex's new High frequency radio frequency identification solution

Jessie January 16, 2024

January 15, 2024 - Mouser Electronics, the industry's leading New Product Introduction (NPI) agent for ultra-rich semiconductor and electronic components ™, is now offering Molex's new high frequency (HF) radio frequency identification (RFID) solution. These high-frequency RFID solutions provide versatile, rugged, lightweight and compact asset tracking and identification capabilities for medical, industrial, automotive and environmental applications.

Available in a variety of frequencies (13.56MHz to 960MHz) and designs, Molex's new and innovative high-frequency RFID solutions offer UHF models for U.S. and global applications that enable affordable, efficient, and accurate inventory and asset monitoring. The high frequency RFID portfolio also offers RFID tags, hard tags, ferrite tags, cable tie tags, molded PCB RFID tags, flexible tags, and tags for metal and non-metal surfaces.

These passive RFID tags are powered by electromagnetic energy transmitted by the RFID reading device. When a reading device scans a passive RFID tag, energy is transmitted to the tag, allowing the chip and antenna to obtain enough power to transmit information back to the reading device.

These products operate in harsh conditions from −40°C to +85°C and have IP65 and IP68 protection grades, making them ideal for use in harsh environments. Molex supplies more than 31,000 MOLEX products to design engineers, and these stock products can be shipped quickly.

As a global authorized distributor, Moze Electronics has an extensive inventory of semiconductors and electronic components and supports ready delivery ™. Mouze aims to supply customers with fully certified original products and provide full manufacturer traceability. To help customers accelerate design, the website provides a rich library of technical resources, including technical resource centers, product data manuals, vendor-specific reference designs, application notes, technical design information, engineering tools, and other useful information.

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