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GAO RFID’s Wireless Fluid Sensor Tag Ascertains Fluid Leaks

GAO RFID Inc., a global supplier of cost-effective RFID Tags, RFID Readers and RFID software, launches a wireless fluid monitoring device tag of the model 124050, developed for use in ceiling or floor mounted pipes, water delivery systems, weak floors, chillers and air conditioning systems and walls.

The information tracked is directly transmitted for live monitoring of environmental status of a particular site so as to notify the harmful situations.

This unique model consists of a thin-film leak sensing device that can be installed easily on the walls, floors or can even be covered around the objects or pipes. This system avoids the necessity of wiring or cabling an information unit for liquid discharge identification. Coupling the thin-film technology with live, wireless environmental sensing technology, the advanced RFID tag facilitates openness and simplicity in liquid spill detection and can be used wherever the conductive liquids cause harm. The information coded is broadcasted at a frequency of 433MHz and furnishes spontaneous clear or dry warning. This precise fluid sensor tag is robust, highly resistant to severe environmental conditions and is temperature sensitive.

GAO RFID offers products with various frequencies that can be readily modified for applications in healthcare, asset tracking, event management, inventory control & management, supply chain & logistics, livestock tracking, field service maintenance, access control, and document authentication.

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