Tageos apparel label 'delivers high performance at lower price'

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RFID label maker Tageos has announced the launch of a new item level apparel label set to cut retailers' RFID budget while delivering improved tag performance.

Equipped with the next generation NXP Ucode 7 chip, the lower cost Tageos EOS-400 tag has a small 70mm x 17mm form factor that matches the size of RFID tags in retail apparel.

"Thanks to our next generation design and manufacturing process, our EOS-400 tag really does answer retailers' needs for high performing apparel tags with reduced costs," underlines Matthieu Picon, co-founder and CEO of Tageos.

Made of paper - with no plastic inlay - our ready to use EOS-400 tag is inherently lower cost. And with a smarter antenna design, the EOS-400 comfortably matches the performance required for apparel tagging. The EOS-400 is the perfect solution for high volume apparel RFID tagging and labeling needs.

Designed specifically for the apparel industry, the Tageos EOS-400 joins our EOS-300 and EOS-200 labels which are now available with the Ucode 7 chip. With the EOS-400, EOS-300 and EOS-200 tags Tageos offers a complete high performance product family for retailers' needs, offering different form factors adapted for tagging a variety of apparel items.

EOS-400 apparel label certified by University of Arkansas

Evidence that retailers can really trust the performance of our EOS-400, following advanced testing, the world leading RFID ARC at the University of Arkansas has recently certified the EOS-400 tag for categories A (Denim, Apparel), B (Polybagged apparel), C (Boxed Items) and D (Hanging apparel).

"We are proud of the certification from the University of Arkansas for our EOS-400 apparel label. Tried and tested in real retail conditions, the industry knows it can trust labels certified by the University of Arkansas. Retailers can totally rely on our apparel tags at a lower purchasing cost," says Nicolas Jacquemin, Co-Founder & VP of Sales and Marketing at Tageos.

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