Anti metal passive RFID tag suitable for asset items identify and inventory
Flexible, printable, long reading range of UHF foam tag
Adhesive UHF RFID foam tag use for asset, warehouse tracking
Color and serial No printable on metal use RFID label
Soft and patented strong adhesive use for tracking parts from machine, car and etc
Usually used on metal objects for warehouse, industrial solution
UP200011A/UP180093M FCC Standard R6-P UHF Printable Flexible Foam on Metal Tag
Tag Dimension: 72*32*2 mm (Antenna Size: 137*28 mm)
Chip: R6-P (Protocol: ISO18000-6C GEN2)
Memory: TID/UID 96bit+EPC/Block 96/128bit+User 64/32bit+Reserve 32bit access/32bit kill
Operating Frequency: 902-928Mhz ( FCC Standard )
FaceStock/Housing: Printable White PET
Reading Range: 500 cm on Air-Free (depends on reader)
Characteristic: Anti metal
Feature Option: Free consulting and free samples with solution proposal & evaluation, Fast sampling within 2-3days is provided to support ODM/OEM/SKD in order to meet the customized printing including mono/color barcode and text Embossing, laser-engraving, personalization and encoding service
The on metal RFID tags overcome some of the problems traditional RFID tags suffer when near metal, such as detuning and reflecting of the RFID signal, which can cause poor tag read range, phantom reads, or no read signal at all.
Packaged in a flexible printable material with a large curvature Ultra-thin design, strong metal resistance, surface support printing or custom printing.
Each chip has an unchangeable unique identifier (serial number) that guarantees the uniqueness of each tag.
High label recognition sensitivity for simultaneous multi-tag recognition.
This kind of thin and flexible foam metal electronic tag is mainly used for identification & management of metal products like steel boiler, metal box,automatic industry spare parts, with irregular and uneven surface such as new moon shape, roundness. More is security and safety control.
Add: No.943, Tonglong Er Lu, Hongtang Town, Tong'an District, Xiamen( Xminnov IOT Industrial Park)