The Roswell, the first tag of its kind, uses only its aluminum exterior as an antenna. The patent-pending tag is constructed of two cylindrical metal cases with a thin high temperature substrate between them. While existing products in the market may use a tag packaged inside a metal case, Roswell is completely different. Because there is no RFID tag packaged inside Roswell, the antenna-free design ensures reliability and durability by eliminating the risk of tag failure from high impact and vibration. Roswell also eliminates the need for a spacer between the tag and the mounting surface or the need for strict welding or attachment procedures. There is absolutely no transmission loss associated with the way the tag is attached.


  • High performance RFID on-metal tag.
  • Mounting bracket included.
  • IP rating 69.
  • Survives extended high temperature exposure.
  • Withstands high impact and vibration.
  • 180 degree read orientation.


Product Details



Air Interface Protocol: EPCglobal UHF Class 1 Gen 2 (ISO 18000-6C)
Operating Frequency: FCC (902-928 MHz), ETSI (866-868 MHz)
IC Type: Alien Higgs 3
Memory: EPC 96 bits, User 512 bits, TID 64 bits
EPC Memory Content: Unique, randomized number
Max Read Distance On Metal: Up to 5 m (16.4 ft)
Applicable Surface Materials: Metallic surfaces




Tag Form Factor: Hard tag
Tag Materials: Aluminum
Attachment Method: Bracket included for welding, cable tie, rivet hole ø 0.19 in (ø 5 mm)
Dimensions (w/o bracket/tolerance): ø 28 x 11 mm (+/- 0.5 mm) | ø 1.10 x 0.43 in (+/- 0.02 in)
Weight: 21 g




Operating Temperature: -40° to + 85°C (-40° to + 185°F)
Application Temperature: -40°C (-40°F) – Cold, +250°C (+482°F) – Dry Heat