The new RFID Air-label by Brady for the aerospace and airlines is extremely thin and has an industry leading read range of up to 8 m. By attaching the RFID Air-label to non-metallic components, safety devices and medical equipment, these items can be easily tracked during installation or before the start.
Where are the required components? How many lifejackets are on board? Do you need to replace oxygen masks? This can be easily determined by capturing the source information for all marked items with a fixed or handheld scanner. The scanned data provides information about the location and number of items, thus helping to meet various EASA requirements.
The RFID Air label weighs less than 2 g and is available in different sizes in 3. The label is resistant to extreme environmental conditions even without a protective laminate and is certified according to ATA2000 and AS7578.
Users can program the RFID chip locally in less than 10 s and print with a resolution of 600 dpi. The intuitive printer software meets all specifications of the latest ATA Spec 2000, allows manual or fully automatic data entry and provides integrated validation.