The 433 MHz M100 tag is a battery-powered RF transmitter that
attaches to items that need to be tracked, located and identified.
Every tag broadcasts its unique ID and a status message at a periodic
rate (that is programmed at the factory). With a modular design
and low price, tags provide an economical solution to a wide variety
of problems. RF Code’s patented communication protocols allow
for very high tag densities. Large populations of tags can be
deployed in highly scalable asset tracking environments.
M100-series tags can be customized to support a broad range of
integrated sensors to monitor tag status. Motion activated tags
can be programmed to operate at 2 beacon rates: slow when the
tag is stationary, and faster when the motion sensor is activated
(to provide immediate notification when objects are moving). Tamper
switches can be installed to trigger an alert if a tag is removed.
Panic buttons can be added for personnel and security applications.