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NEW PRODUCTS


RFID RELEASES ACTIVE TAGS AND RECEIVERS


RFID, Inc. and cramZ marketing services are proud to


announce the release of the much anticipated “tres by RFID, Inc.” active tags and receivers. tres by RFID, Inc. operates in the 433 MHz spectrum and is capable of read ranges from 8 to 600 feet, depending on antenna usage. tres by RFID, Inc. features replaceable battery tags which provide a virtually


unlimited tag life and greatly reduce the per year cost of the active tags. tres by RFID, Inc. has been certified by the FCC (YVUTRES433) making it legal for sale in the U.S., is also RoHS compliant and is manufactured in the U.S. by American companies.


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KEY VALET OFFERS ETERNALOCK Key Valet proudly presents their


new partner site; EternaLock.com. These high-end security locks are machined from solid bar stock with heavy duty protection. This unique lock is offered in various component options to suit your security purposes. Providing versatility and interchangeability, one lock body will accommodate any of our shackle, chain and/ or cable locking system. These incredibly, well-designed locks are manufactured from 100 % Stainless Steel. Applications include but not limited to; marinas, motorcycles, bikes, construction sites, industrial parks and the list goes on.


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