On Metal NFC Tags

Generally, ordinary NFC tags do not work near metal. These anti-metal NFC tags (also called metal tags) are specially made, using absorbing materials, so that NFC tags can work normally on metal surfaces. For example, it can be attached to the surface of a metal notebook computer case and a metal packaging box.

  • Size can be customized
  • Can choose waterproof or outdoor NFC Anti-metal Tag
  • The thinnest thickness can be 0.3mm
  • Can be attached to the back of the phone as a key

Material: Microwave absorbing material+PVC, PET, Paper

Size:dia 25/30/35 or Customizable

Optional chip: Ntag213,Ntag215,Ntag216,Mifare 1k,etc.

Memory:  Determined by the chip

Frequency:13.56MHz

Protocol: ISO 14443A/15693

Colour: customizable

Reading distance:0-5m

Working Temperature:-25°C to 65°C

  • Tools management
  • IT case management
  • Metal container management
  • Indoor & Outdoor Metal office facilities
  • Personnel patrolling
  • Fixed assets management

Frequently Asked Questions About Anti Metal RFID Tag

The interference of metal to RFID is very large. RFID tags cannot penetrate the metal. When the rfid tag is close to the metal, the sensing distance will decrease. All tags must be specially designed to work normally on the metal.

  • PCB anti-metal label
  • Flexible anti-metal label
  • Absorbing material
  • anti-metal label
  • ABS anti-metal tag
  • Ceramic anti-metal tag

RFID Frequency and Range

Frequency 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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