Epoxy RFID Tags
Epoxy RFID tags are used in different construction factors. They provide amazing performance in harsh weather conditions with powerful confrontation to moisture and chemicals. The benefits are:
- Thermal stable and surface printable tag
- Materials are Epoxy (custom options to suit the specific applications are also available)
- Options to select the material colors, sizes, ICs and operating specs
What is RFID?
RFID is a data collection technique that includes the automatic identification of objects with the help of Low radio power waves. It uses radio waves to capture and read the information/data stored on a chip/tag fixed in an object. A tag/chip can be read from up to numerous feet away and doesn’t need to be inside the reader’s direct line of sight to be tracked. Data/information is sent and received with a system containing antenna/RFID Tags and the RFID reader.
How does RFID Technology work?
RFID technology is like barcode technology. It recognizes the identification and locations of the tagged/chipped items. However, rather than reading the laser light reflections from the barcode printed labels, it grips the low-power radio frequencies to store and gather the data.
In a distribution center/warehouse, RFID technology is used for automating the process of data collection. The RFID card/transceiver reads the radio frequencies and then transfers them to the RFID tag. The identifying information is transferred from a small computer chip fit in the tag and relies upon the RFID reader.
How does RFID Tag work?
The RFID tag comprises a simple antenna and integrated technology. The tag is similarly made up of a defensive/protective material that grips the pieces together and protects them from different ecological conditions. The protective/defensive material depends upon the usage.
Let’s suppose, ID badges of employee that has the RFID tags embedded are usually created from reliable plastic, and the tag is fixed in-between the plastic layers/sheets. These tags come in different sizes and shapes/forms. There are two kinds of RFID tags: Active and Passive.
- Active RFID Tags– they have a battery on board as a power supply.
- Passive RFID Tags– they work using the RFID reader’s electromagnetic energy transfer
Applications of the Epoxy RFID Tag
They are widely used in the:
- Medical and health sector
- Waste management
- Automation and manufacturing.
- Inventory management
- Personal tracking
- ID badging
- Supply chain management
- Applicable surface materials are Plastic, wood and glass.
- Standard sizes availability 22, 25, 30 and 50mm.
Frequently Asked Questions About RFID Card
An RFID card refers to an identification badge/ credit card designed to transfer data to an RFID interrogator. The card contains an RFID tag with sufficient memory to capture valid cardholder's information. Also, the RFID card can be made from different materials, including plastic and PVC.
RFID card is a packaging form of RFID Tag in an RFID system.RFID uses radio waves to accomplish this task. Simply put, an RFID system consists of three components: RFID tags or smart tags, RFID readers, and antennas. The RFID tag contains an integrated circuit and an antenna, and the RFID reader provides energy to the RFID tag for wireless data exchange.
RFID cards include low frequency cards, high frequency cards and UHF frequency cards.
RFID cards are widely used in access control management, hotel management, all-in-one card management, library management, membership management, student management, public transportation, parking management, etc.
There are many RFID cards with different chips and processes, and the price ranges from 10 cents to 55 dollars. It depends on the type of RFID card, the card's processing process, the number of orders, and other factors. If you want to buy some RFID cards, you can contact us. We will provide you with a reasonable quotation based on the RFID card you want.
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RFID Frequency and Range
|LF 120 – 140 kHz||Maximum read range 30 cm - Special Antenna and Tags - 2 meters|
|HF 13.56MHz||Maximum read range 1.5 M - Special Antenna and Tags - 2 meters|
|UHF 860-960MHz||Maximum read range 10 meters - Special Antenna and chips - 15 meters or more|
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