UHF 860 MHz-960 MHz Ear RFID Tag

UHF ear tags can work in the 860 MHz to 960 MHz frequency band, with a maximum reading range of 5 m (16.40 ft), and the collision avoidance rate can read multiple tags at a time. Specially designed to track livestock, especially animals or other cattle: buffalo, cattle, the label is flexible, and its manufacturing material makes it non-allergic to the skin. Its IP-67 rating can provide a high level of protection in harsh environmental conditions such as humidity, temperature, and rain.

  • EPC C1 Gen2 (ISO/IEC 18000–6C) compliant
  • Waterproof IP 67
  • Anti-allergic material
  • Fast read rates Read
  • distance: Up to 3 m- 5 m (based on UHF EPC Gen2 chip)
  • Flexible & easy-to-wear
  • 100, 000 times reading & writing
  • Material: TPU
  • Size:100*44mm
  • Optional chip: Alien H3
  • Memory: EPC 128bits, Determined by the chip
  • Frequency:860-960MHz
  • Protocol:ISO 18000-6C,EPC GEN 2
  • Reading distance:0-8m
  • Weight:  18g
  • Working Temperature:-40° to +85°C (-40° to +185°F)
  • Long-range livestock management
  • Livestock tracking
  • Logistics management
  • Animals (Cow, Sheep, Pig) inventory and management

Frequently Asked Questions About RFID Animal Tags

Usually the frequency of RFID animal tags is divided into: 125kHz, 134.2kHz, 860-960MHz

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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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