RFID Tag Attachment

When RFID tags are thought of, adhesion is thought of because specialized, permanent pressure sensitive adhesives RFID tags are used prolifically to attach adhesive-backed tags to assets. Some adhesives will withstand a great deal of pull pressure even in extreme environments, while others will release more easily. The pull strength selected will depend upon the intended use of the asset and its potential lifespan. Some adhesives are applied to tamper-evident tags to leave an unremovable adhesive imprint if the tag is removed.

RFID tags are attached to assets in other ways too. Many hard tags, especially those used with active RFID tags, are attached with metal fasteners such as screws. Button tags used in laundry venues as well as others places can be glued, but also sewn,heat-sealed or tied. Die cut tags with circular holes allow hang tags to dangle from lanyards, cords, cables, and zip ties. Popular fob tags swing from key chains. Die cut RFID hang tags can also be cut to form a hang hook in the tag itself, thus enabling the tag to hang itself.

High Temperature UHF RFID Tags OPP4215 for Industrial Environment

High Temperature UHF RFID Tags
High Temperature UHF RFID Tags

OPP IOT has released high temperature UHF RFID Tag OPP4215, which can withstand high temperatures as high as 280°С for 50 minutes, 250°С for 150minutes. With strictly technique, it can work accurately when subjected to the harsh industrial environment besides high temperatures, including pressure and aggressive chemicals. With sealed chips encapsulated into PTEF and copper material, the washable UHF RFID Tag is heat-resistant, waterproof and chemical resistant.

The UHF tag OPP4215 can work perfectly to trace the object even when immersing in oil or liquid. Since its chemical resistant material enables it to avoid being destroyed by chemical etch such as acid and salt water.

Complying with EPC Gen 2 standard, the RFID high temperature tag is durable and stable. these RFID UHF tag have proven to be able to survive harsh industrial laundry process including washing, ironing and pressing.

Besides, its flexible design makes the high temperature RFID tag easy to attach to curved surface or rough surface. Thus, it can be widely used in production-line monitoring, supply chain management and other applications where heatproof property and durability are vital.

ISO 18000-6C RFID tags OPP2626

ISO18000-6C RFID tags
ISO18000-6C RFID tags

OPP IOT has released the latest High temperature resistance Gen 2 RFID tag OPP2626 (230°С for 30 minutes, 180°С for 120minutes), which is especially for harsh industrial applications. Complying with ISO 18000-6C ( EPC Gen 2), the Gen 2 UHF RFID tag is extremely resistant to any kind of external damage(Withstands Exposure To Fuel B, mineral oil, petroleum, salt mist, vegetable oil).

RFID Tags OPP2626 Functional Specifications:
RFID Protocol:EPC Class1 Gen2, ISO18000-6C
Frequency:US 902-928MHz, EU 865-868MHz
IC type:Alien Higgs-3
Memory:EPC 96bits (Up to 480bits) , USER 512bits, TID64bits
Write Cycles:100,000times
Data Retention:Up to 50 Years
Applicable Surface:Metal Surfaces
Read Range(On Metal):
(Fix Reader:ThingMagic M6-E, 36dBm/4W) 260cm – (US) 902-928MHz, on metal
130cm – (EU) 865-868MHz, on metal
Read Range(On Metal):
(Handheld Reader: OP9908,R2000,33dBm/2W)
190cm – (US) 902-928MHz, on metal
100cm – (EU) 865-868MHz, on metal
Warranty:1 Year

RFID Tags OPP2626 Physical Specification:
Size:26mmx26mm (Hole:D4mmX2)
Material:PPS shell, PCB Antenna
Mounting Methods:Adhesive, Screw,Binding

RFID Tags OPP2626 Enivironmenal Specification:
IP Rating:IP68
Withstands Exposure To:Fuel B, mineral oil, petroleum, salt mist, vegetable oil
Storage Temperature:-40°C to +150°C (230°С for 30 minutes, 180°С for 120minutes)
Operation Temperature:-40°C to +100°C
Certifications:Reach Approved,RoHS Approved,CE Approved
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RFID Tag OPP4215 for Warehouse

RFID tag for for Warehouse
RFID tag for for Warehouse

RFID Tags OPP4215 are usefull application in Warehouse manage tracking.

The technology of radio-frequency identification(RFID), which transfers data stored on tags on a product or other object, facilitating identification and tracking.

Walmart has been using RFID technology for about a decade and cites numerous benefits, including more efficient inventory management. The company initially introduced RFID to track pallets of merchandise traveling along its supply chain, including at warehouses.
* Fast : fast logistics efficiency, goods transfer points quickly, improve the efficiency of logistics operations
* Data Precision : goods data collection accurately from in all aspects of logistics management

Shipping and receiving management application
The Shipping and Receiving application speeds up product flow through your warehouse facility while reducing manual labor and errors.

Inventory count application
With RFID tagged inventory, the time and labor for performing inventory counts can be greatly reduced, without shutdowns or disruptions to operations.

Logistics asset tracking application
The logistics asset tracking application keeps track of your logistics assets both within the facility and as they enter and leave your facility.

What are the key component of RFID tags

Of the three components of an RFID network, the label, which is attached to the object to be identified, is central. The labels usually are made of a substrate encasing a microchip/antenna inlay; together latter is called a tag. The labels are attached to objects as hanging labels or as flat labels applied directly to the object.

The microchip mounted on an integrated circuit is the heart of the label. This microchip contains encrypted information including the unique identification number and location of the object along with whatever other information the label buyer desires. Additionally, a programmer configures the microchip to contain the commands that control the operation of the chip itself including its operation as a passive or active tag and operational frequencies.

The chip and the circuit are mounted on a wafer of silicon. Usually a tiny antenna for transmission of information is robotically soldered to the circuit to complete the inlay, but, in some applications, the antenna is printed with metallic ink on a thin substrate and placed over the circuit to make a connection. Subsequently, the inlay, the functional portion of the RFID label, is supplied on a substrate as a dry inlay, or if adhesive is added, a wet inlay to a label manufacturer called a converter.

Around the inlay, converters form a sturdy RFID label.
Using a converter machine, the final form of the label takes shape. The inlay is encased in substrates made of different polymers for specific applications. Some RFID tags must withstand high temperatures, some must be resistant to abrasion, some must be water proof and so forth. Some must have color and holographics combining eye candy and functionality for pleasurable events like concerts. The label, too, might be embed with a strong adhesive on the reverse of the tag to adhere to a customer’s assets.
Often, these adhesives have tamper-evident properties. For two tracking technologies, an additional plus on some labels is the ability to add customer programming that can be matched to printed barcode information.

After fabrication, the multiple labels on the sheet of composite substrates must be separated. As the composite passes through the press-like machine, its dies, lasers or razors are capable of cutting many different shapes to meet customer demand and object requirements.

A long Reading range passive UHF label for application on Metal objects & Liquid containers

long reading range rfid tags
long reading range rfid tags

The OPP9020 is a versatile all surface RFID label ideal for securing IT & Industrial assets such as cables, pipes, metallic cylinders, liquid bottles, electrical devices etc.

Offering up to 10.8 meters of reading range,OPP9020 has strong conflict prevention ability and fast identify speed. It is also durable and can be used in harsh environments(operation Temperature -40°C to +100°C).

OPP9020 provides industry best compliance with constant & reliable readings. Weather resistant and suitable for outdoor applications.

OPP9020 passive rfid tags APPLICATION AREAS:
Mount on Metal Applications
Logistics involving metal surfaces
Logistics of Liquid containers
IT and office assets tracking
Hospital assets tracking applications
Tools and kitchen assets tracking

OPP IOT describe a OPP9020 UHF tag for metal objects and Metal surface

metal mount UHF tags
metal mount UHF tags

When you’re mounting UHF RFID tags on metal surfaces or metal Objects, you should be aware that if you use non metal mount UHF tags, your system will not function as desired as the metal will detune any passive UHF RFID tag that is not designed to be placed on metal.

Using OPP IOT Metal-mount UHF RFID tags (OPP9020) that are specifically calibrated to the materials you need to track makes reading, tracking, and inventorying them easier and provides for greater read range(Up to 10.8  meter reading range).

Metal mount UHF RFID tags are typically rugged, difficult to damage, and easy to weld, screw or otherwise attach.

High temperature UHF passive RFID tag OPP4215

high temperature RFID tags
high temperature RFID tags

High temperature UHF passive RFID tag OPP4215 is a perfect choice in applications which require tags to be applied in metallic environment. Its unique construction enables the passive UHF RFID tags to perform well in harsh environments, such as dipping in high temperature environment,water and acid.

OPP IOT Technologies Co., LTD can design and develop UHF RFID tags in different sizes and different shapes for your different RFID application requirements. For more info about UHF RFID products please kindly visit our website www.oppiot.com or mail to us at info@oppiot.com , our sales will contact you as soon as possible.

What is ultra-high frequency (UHF) passive RFID tag?

When it comes to radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions, ultra-high frequency (UHF) passive RFID tags are an extremely popular option because they are very cost-effective, yet still have one of the longest read ranges. They have no power of their own — which is why they are called “passive” tags — so they are powered by the radio frequency energy transmitted from RFID readers/antennas. A UHF passive RFID tag consists of four sub-components: and RFID chip, an antenna, an inlay, and a carrier.

The RFID chip is an integrated circuit that provides several key attributes related to operating frequency, memory type and capacity, data transmission/receipt, and power. In other words, the chip is the brains of the RFID tag. The antenna, which is attached to the chip, collects radio frequency waves used to power the chip. The antenna also transmits attribute data from the chip. Together, the chip and the antenna comprise the RFID inlay.

An inlay is typically a plastic substrate that the chip and antenna are placed on so they can be connected. Inlays come in two types: wet and dry. A wet inlay features an adhesive so it can be applied to a surface; a dry inlay has no adhesive. The choice of inlay depends on the purpose and placement of the tag on an object.

There are literally hundreds of different types of inlays, each designed with a specific application in mind. Different industries have different requirements for inlays, so there are inlays for pharmaceutical, automotive, retail, manufacturing, and healthcare applications. The inlays are designed for optimum performance when affixed to the material they are intended for. Inlay manufacturers ship their products to RFID tag producers, like Lowry Solutions, who then produce finished products that are ready to be applied.

The carrier is the material or package that the inlay is placed in. The simplest carrier is label stock (think barcode label), where the inlay is laminated into the label stock using specialized converting equipment. Examples of other carriers include plastic capsules or ID badges. Sometimes carriers are made of specialized materials that make it easy to mount the RFID tag on liquid containers or metal, or in high-heat or hazardous environments. These types of carriers are often referred to as “hard tags.”

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Industrail Passive UHF Tag OPP4215 with High Temperature Resistance

high temperature RFID tags
high temperature RFID tags

OPP IOT launched a series of high temperature UHF Passive  tags OPP4215 for industrial markets and health care line.

The high temperature RFID tags OPP4215 are specially designed as the most rugged On-metal RFID tags in the world for harsh application environment. Except featuring On-metal usage and a new anti-UV industry grade polymer casing and IP68 Ingress Protection rating for outdoor applications, it could withstand long term super high temp 250℃(280°С for 50 minutes, 250°С for 150minutes). The OPP4215 tags are with flexible installation, such as rivets, screws fixed, or two-side glue, super glue etc. Also we recommend the brand high temperature glue to work with the tag for your harsh solutions. This series of Passive UHF RFID tags reliability test include: high temperature and high pressure test, high and low temperature alternating test and vibration test. The high level of durability improves RFID tag lifetime of up to 10 years, even for harsh industrial environments and we see an even greater return on investment.