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    Tagage upgrades NFC developer kit

    TagAge's NFC Developer Kit

    NFC tag supplier TagAge has launched a new version of its NFC Developer Kit, designed to provide NFC application developers with a way to easily test a range of different types of tag.

    The new kit costs €69 and is available for shipping worldwide. It includes:

    • Ten UPM Circus NFC tags containing NXP Mifare Ultralight 64 byte chips
    • Ten UPM BullsEye tags containing Ultralight 64 byte chips
    • Ten UPM BullsEye tags containing NXP NTAG203 164 byte chips
    • Ten UPM BullsEye tags containing NXP Mifare Standard 1k byte chips
    • Ten UPM Racetrack tags containing Ultralight 64 byte chips
    • Ten UPM Circus tags containing NXP NTAG203 chips
    • Ten UPM BullsEye tags containing Topaz 96 byte chips
    • Ten UPM BullsEye tags containing NXP Mifare Desfire EV1 4k byte chips
    • Five SmartLabel tags containing Ultralight chips
    • Five Label-on-Metal tags containing Ultralight chips

    Tagage was established in 2009 by printing firm Hansaprint and tag maker UPM RFID, which is now part of Smartrac. The company now delivers blank and custom printed NFC tags to more than six hundred customers around the globe, Tagage’s Taisto Junkkari has told NFC World.

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