CERAtag D10


The CERAtag D10 is part of our range of compact ceramic tags. With a consistent size, they operate more efficiently and are readable at greater distances than conventional tags.

The CERAtag D10 is a passive 64 kbite RFID tag which is compliant with the ATA Spec 2000 Chap 9-5 EPC Class1 Gen2 V2.0 standard as well as the ISO-18000-6C standard. It is capable of withstanding extreme temperatures (-55°C/+150°C) and it has a memory with a service life which can exceed 30 years at 50°C. Its compact dimensions (10 x 1.6mm) mean that it can be installed on narrow metallic surfaces. Communication with the chip, including access to the user memory, works with any standard compatible Gen2 reader.

Thanks to its large memory capacity and its limited dimensions, the CERAtag D10 is ideal for equipment which requires regular maintenance. These can then be logged in the chip. Bonded using powerful adhesives en nitto 5000ns, CERAtagD10 tags can be used both indoors and outdoors.


PrintCERAtag D10 [13041] : D10 x 1.6mm
Reading distanceCERAtag D10 [13041]: Up to 1.8m in EU frequency
Norms/standards. ATA Spec 2000, Chap 9-5
. ISO-18000-6C
. EPC Class1 Gen2 V2.0
Hertzian interfaceFully passive design, EPCglobal Class 1 Gen. 2
Compliant with ISO 18000-6C. 850 to 940 Mhz
User : 64kbits
Bit rate on receptionMin 26 kbit/s - Max 128 kbit/s
Bit rate on transmission (PSK)40 kbit/s min. to 640 kbit/s max.
Memory durationData retention for a minimum of 20 years
WeightCERAtag D10 [13041] : 0.7+/-0.2g
Survival temperature-55° C / -67° F to + 150° C / 302° F, RTCA DO-160 section 4 - category D2
Operating temperature-40° C / -40° F to + 85° C / 185° F, RTCA DO-160 section 4 - category D2
FlammabilityVertical combustion: 14 CFR, section 25.853 paragraph a) and appendix F, part 1 point a) 1)ii)
AdhesiveNitto 5000ns


The CERAtag D10 is a small ceramic tag intended to withstand harsh environments.
Its solidity, compact size and large memory make it ideal for storing material maintenance logs.

Order code

  • CERAtag D10 – 13041

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