Confidex Survivor

Confidex Survivor B™

Confidex Survivor B™ is all-surface tag with extreme performance that is powered with Confidex BOOST™ battery assisted passive technology. It fits applications where maximal read range and durability in extreme environments are the key requirements.

Confidex Survivor B™ is fully compatible with existing Gen2 RFID architectures. It is easily integrated with existing systems and can be read with standard UHF RFID readers. In addition to the long read range, the Survivor B™ tag has an improved read accuracy and reliability in difficult environments. The Survivor B™ tag provides many of the same advantages of active tags but at significantly lower cost. Thanks to the compact size, the Survivor B is ideally suited for a wide variety of applications.

Patent granted in EU and US (US.Pat. 8.794.531).

References and reviews

“If you are looking for extreme performance, check out the new Confidex Survivor™ and Survivor B™ tags. Confidex keeps on pushing the size to performance ratio of passive tags, and even starts to be on active RFID levels with the Survivor B, Confidex's new and revolutionary BAP product. With the new Survivor tags "not possible" starts to be so last season”, stated Antti Virkkunen, Co-founder and Country Manager, Vilant Systems.

“The Confidex Survivor™ is a very impressive RFID transponder. Its performance is outstanding - especially when using a handheld RFID reader. In our tests we achieved results I have not seen before. Confidex managed to achieve all this in a shorter but rugged housing. I am looking forward using the Survivor tags in our projects”, stated Michael Mally, CEO of RFIDInnovations GmbH.

Confidex Survivor B™

Personalization options

  • Encoding
  • Printing
  • Laser marking
  • Optional adhesive

Confidex Survivor B™

Product details

Product Category

Hard tag


UHF (C1G2)Battery Assisted Passive




155 x 26 x 14,5 mm
6,1 x 1,02 x 0,57 in


352 bit EPC + 3072 bit

Read range

up to 60 m
197 ft


-35°C to + 85°C
-31°F to + 185°F

IP class