Farsens Launches the new Version of its Website

The new site has extensive content including both technical and application documents

  • October 8, 2015
  • Farsens Launches the new Version of its Website
    Farsens Launches the new Version of its Website

Farsens announces its fully-featured website www.farsens.com. It allows customers to access detailed product information and videos with the option to share information across all major social networking sites.

The newly redesigned Web site of Farsens goes live today on the World Wide Web. The new Web site features expanded content and media including video clips and related articles about products and applications.

"Our online visitors will now experience a user friendly and seamless view of the portfolio and technology and its new online resources," says Mikel Choperena, product development manager for Farsens. "With the redesign, the Farsens Web site is an open house to all those curious about sensing in the IoT era. We've focused in wireless and battery-free sensing solutions but the new website will see new active products come alive soon. Continuous rich content will make virtual visits to Farsens more informative than ever."

Highlights of the new site include a new 'Applications section' where visitors can download free content such as White Papers and Use Cases. The Web site also includes a new "E-shop" as one more resource for easy access to the battery-free sensing technology and portfolio. "Looking forward to making it easy for companies and engineers in them to test and evaluate the products", the online shop will make battery-free sensors available without minimum order quantities.

Farsens will offer a 30% discount on all items in the new E-Shop to celebrate the new Web site. From single products to complete development kits for technology evaluation, the discount will be available until October 25th.

Farsens designs and manufactures full passive RFID sensor solutions. Their proprietary UHF RFID IC allows Farsens to develop long range solutions for asset tracking - via the unique ID - and monitoring - via the attached sensor - without the need of any battery on the tag.