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HARBOR-LOK RFID Seal
HARBOR-LOK RFID seal is designed for the management of the entry and exit of goods on logistics platforms.
We anticipate your possible difficulties by securing your valuables with security seals.
Is it possible to improve the logistics and port traceability in terms of freight transport?
In order to ensure inviolability and traceability, security seals have become indispensable elements. HARBOR-LOK RFID seal characteristics must even comply in strict cases with strict regulations and standards, such as the customs seal.
For all these reasons, today in Precintia we want to show you exclusively the HARBOR-LOK RFID seal, which thanks to its properties is an essential element to improve port security.
Benefits of the HARBOR-LOK RFID seal
The adjustable cable security seal has a tamper alarm system or tamper alarm. It consists of a mechanism that is activated when the cable is broken by automatically altering a control digit of the tag. When reading the seal with the RFID system, it informs if it has been tampered with.
Even if the cable is replaced or connected, once broken, it will always inform that it has been tampered with.
In this way, the information is immediately transferred to the database, where the impact on the seal is recorded, thus becoming a tool that improves port security.
In addition to its tamper alarm, the Harbor-Lok RFID security seal has the following features:
- It is watertight, thus protecting the entire electronic system.
- Possibility of laser marking abroad. In this regard, it is convenient to highlight that among the advantages of laser marking in security seals are its great resistance and its high protection against the risk of counterfeiting.
- Guaranteed reading distance of 6 meters.
- Minimum tensile strength of 30 kilograms.
- Numerous sectors of application: transport of maritime and land goods, armed forces, transport of funds, containers and much more.
On the other hand, in addition to its characteristics, the new seal that improves security and logistics and port traceability stands out for:
- The RFID tag is EPC Gen 2 Class 1 UHF ISO 18000-6C standard. According to the EPCglobal and hybrid regulations at all UHF international frequency ranges from 840MHz to 960MHz.
- The EPC has a code of up to 24 alphanumeric digits that are engraved on the chip of the seal and that coincides with the engraving externally with laser in the plastic, in case of choosing this customization option.
- It has a TID that is a unique and unrepeatable code in the manufacture of the tag.
- The memory is 640 bits.
- The tamper bit system warns that the seal has been tampered with.