NFC and UHF RFID sensor tags offer a highly integrated solution for remote sensor data logging. The tags conform to the specifications of the NFC/ISO15693 as well as the UHF RFID standards. Featuring on-chip temperature sensing and the exclusive cool-Log™ technology, these sensor tags enable innovative and cost-sensitive solutions in food and pharmaceutical cold-chain management, industrial process control, remote monitoring and healthcare applications. NFiC™ ICs from ams lower the barriers to NFC integration in electronic devices thanks to their small footprint, high data rate, flexible data transfer modes, fully passive NFC tag emulation and advanced energy harvesting. NFC/HF interface tags are best suited to demanding consumer and industrial applications such as zero-power device configuration and set-up, feature-rich contactless cards for payment and authentication, smart toys and connected cars.
|PartNo||Description||Frequency MHz||Protocol||Supply Voltage V||Temperature Range °C||Interface||EEPROM kbit||Features||Data Rate kbit/s||Package|
|SL900A||EPC Gen 2 sensor tag and data logger IC||860-960||EPC Gen2||RF field or 1.2 to 3.6||-40 to +125||SPI (slave), analog inputs||9||Temperature sensor -25°C to +25°C||DoW (Die on Wafer)|
|AS3953||ISO 14443A to SPI Interface Tag IC||13.56||ISO 14443A NFCIP-1 target at 106kbps NFC Forum T4T emulation||RF field or ext. 1.65 to 3.6||-40 to +85||ISO14443A \ 4-wire SPI (slave) up to 5MHz||1||Passive wake-up interrupt Energy harvesting 5mA @ 3.3V||Up to 848||Die, MLPD-10, WL-CSP|
|AS39513||NFC-V sensor tag and data logger IC||13.56||ISO 15693/NFC-V||RF field or 2.2 to 3.3 or 1.35 to 1.8||-20 to +65 (operating temperature range)||SPI (slave), analog input||9||Temperature sensor \ Energy harvest 3mA||Up to 26.48||Gold bumped die|