Heat Resistant RFID Tags OPP4215

Heat Resistant RFID Tags OPP4215 are designed for industrial environments especially for high temperature environments for long periods of time. The tag is also flame retardant tag.

The Heat Resistant RFID Tags OPP4215 can be used in industrial high temperature environments; high and low temperature test labs,auto part identification,etc.

Heat Resistant RFID Tags
Heat Resistant RFID Tags

Heat Resistant RFID Tags Key Features:
– Excellent heat resistant physical properties(withstand up to 280 °С for 50 minutes, 250°С for 150minutes).
– Low Temperature resistant up to -55 °С
– Flame retardant protection in industrial environments;

Heat Resistant RFID Tags OPP4215 Functional Specifications:
RFID Protocol:EPC Class1 Gen2, ISO18000-6C
Frequency:US 902-928MHz, EU 865-868MHz
IC type:Alien Higgs-4
Memory:EPC 96bits (Up to 480bits) , USER 512bits, TID64bits
Write Cycles:100,000times
Functionality:Read/write
Data Retention:Up to 50 Years
Applicable Surface:Metal Surfaces
Read Range(On Metal):
(Fix Reader:ThingMagic M6-E, 36dBm/4W) Up to 680cm – (US) 902-928MHz, on metal
Up to 700cm – (EU) 865-868MHz, on metal
Read Range(On Metal):
(Handheld Reader: OP9908,R2000,33dBm/2W)
Up to 530cm – (US) 902-928MHz, on metal
Up to 550cm – (EU) 865-868MHz, on metal
Warranty:1 Year

Heat Resistant RFID Tags OPP4215 Physical Specification:
Size:42x15mm, (Hole: D4mmx2)
Thickness:2.1mm without IC bump, 2.8mm with IC bump
Material:PTFE
Colour:Black
Mounting Methods:Adhesive, Screw
Weight:2.2g

Heat Resistant RFID Tags OPP4215 Enivironmenal Specification:
IP Rating:IP68
Storage Temperature:-55°C to +200°C (280°С for 50 minutes, 250°С for 150minutes)
Operation Temperature:-40°C to +150°C (working 10hours in 180°С)
Certifications:Reach Approved,RoHS Approved,CE Approved

High-temperature RFID tags from OPP IOT

OPP IOT presents a wide collection of high-temperature RFID tags with different protocols design to provide asset tracking even in the harshest environments.

We provide a selection of Ultra-High frequency tags, with key features such as high heat resistance and compact form factors, which are durable and have rugged housing. These types of tags are available in UHF 860-960 MHz frequency range.

Additionally, most of the high-temperature RFID tags are compliant with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive, European Conformity (CE) directive, FCC Declaration of conformity and the GEN 2 IMPINJI.

Further more, some of the tags support protocols such as protocols ISO 18000-6C, EPC Class1 Gen 2. The high-temperature RFID tags also provide various options for memory capacity that includes 240 bits, 96 bits EPC, 512 bits R/W, TID 32 bit, and TID 64 bits. Tags of this kind have IP68 protection standards by which they are protected from total dust ingress and can withstand immersion in water up to a specified pressure.

High-temperature RFID tags have an operating temperature that ranges from -40 °C to +150 °C,specially OPP4215 UHF tags can work in 280°С for 50 minutes, 250°С for 150minutes.

RFID Tags for every business need

There is a wide range of RFID Tags available for different applications. RFID Tags can be passive, active or battery assisted passive. They can be read only or read/write. The business need and the environment they will be used in will dictate which tags are best suited for each client.

Different types of tags have different data capacities. Typically tags have 224 bits to circa 1k bits of user memory for LF tags, 2k bits for HF tags, 64k bits for UHF tags.

The relatively low capacity of data that can be held on tags means that applications need to be carefully designed and generally involve linking data held on the tag with data held on an external database.

Tags can be read only (supplied with pre-coded identity data only) or writable, allowing for limited updating of information on the tag.

Different tags have the ability to cope with different physical environments, shock and vibration, exposure to magnetic fields, moisture and chemicals and so on. The size of different tags will also determine antenna size and performance. The size (and in some cases the orientation) of the tag’s antenna can affect read ranges, read response times and read reliability rates. As a result it is important to consider the performance of the tag in a particular application before selecting the tags to be used.

What read range of UHF tags do you need?

“Everybody wants a small tag with long range – it’s probably the single most wished-for tag people ask me about. They only have room for a 1” by 1” tag, but they want to read it from 40 feet away. And that’s something that physics just cannot deliver in an inexpensive, passive UHF tag. Generally speaking,” smile LV from OPP IOT explains, “with passive tags, the longer the read range, the bigger the antenna.

“Do you want to read items from a distance, like for identifying inventory in a warehouse, or is this a security or authentication application, where you’d want the tag to come into much closer contact with a reader before registering? Be ready to answer those types of questions, because read range definitely influences tag selection.”

UHF tags application in Asset Management

UHF tags application in Asset Management

The way to manually implement the asset management including the asset increase, distribution, storage, disposal, etc. can never satisfy the real demands anymore for the enterprises and affiliated institutions. The traditional asset management method has caused problems such as the complicated processes, low efficiency, not real time, difficulties in administration, mistakes, and so on, which finally lead to the decrease of the asset utilization rate and cost increase.

Currently asset management is one of the major field for the increase of RFID applications. The system mainly adopts the contactless RFID automatic identification technology, uses different RFID tags for different materials, and writes the use condition into the RFID tag. During the check on the asset, the handheld mobile readers can be used to read the RFID tags, then connect with the central asset management system, realize the automatic, real time, highly efficient, precise asset use condition management on the asset increase, distribution, laying aside, disposal, etc. Thus asset use efficiency can be enhanced, and operation cost can be reduced accordingly.

What is RFID Enabled Asset Tracking?

Assets, in this instance, is tangible property belonging to a business, such as computers, copiers, and so on.

Keeping track of that property is important to the financial well-being to a company. Losing and replacing such equipment can be expensive.

An RFID tag an help reduce such loss, be it stolen equipment walking out the door, or just put somewhere unexpected (a laptop computer inadvertently left in a desk drawer or file cabinet is just as much of a loss due to its unavailability than if it had been stolen). RFID tracking can be used to “follow” equipment in and out of various doors (knowing a laptop entered an office door and never came out certainly reduces search time to locate it). It can also “see” the thing exit the building, often associated with an employee’s ID card number.

Asset tracking can also be used in the products a company uses or sells. It can keep track of everything inside a closed carton, without opening and manually inventorying the carton. It can be used to follow components and materials through the shipping or manufacturing stages, with minimal human intervention, making it faster, less laborious, and sometimes easier to improve a company’s way of doing things.

Finally, RFID tracking can be used by stores to reduce theft loss, and possibly charge a customer for their purchase by merely having the customer walk through the establishment’s doors, without the necessity of joining a check-out lin.

HOW RFID TAGS HELP YOU?

Benefits of RFID tag:
Rfid tags make Faster data collection
Reduction in labour and time;
Ability to hold more data than barcodes;
Manage equipment inspections, maintenance work etc;
Control your stores management;
Increase reporting and inspections accuracy;
Share up to date information.

Advantages of RFID over other ID technologies:

Reliable operation in harsh environments (i.e. wet, dusty, dirty conditions; corrosive environments, vibration and shock)
Freedom from line-of-sight constraints (transponders can be read irrespective of orientation and through virtually any material, including flush mounted in or surface mounted on metals)

With RFID tags, all goods are connected, you can check where it came from, and where does it go just with scanning the tag.

How does RFID Vehicle Access Control Works?

How does RFID Vehicle Access Control Works?

* Each employee or tenant is issued with a RFID tag which will either be mounted on their vehicle or carried by the driver.
* When entering or exiting the premises, the VehicleAccess readers will detect the tag, verify the tag, open the boom or gate. And record the data.
* At regular time intervals, readers will synchronize records with the Cloud based software
* The Cloud software stores all the data of employees and visitors entering or exiting the premises at all times. Authorized personnel can access the history of entries through the Internet as well as load new records.

Industrial RFID tags from OPP IOT

Industrial identification systems for inventory management, process control or installation and maintenance management. We have long experience of RFID tags in industrial applications and offer RFID tags, label and RFID readers that are suitable for tough environments.

All of these are important components for industrial systems’ functionality and stability, which is crucial in implementing INDUSTRY 4.0 and INTERNET OF THINGS. Many customers also use RFID as a feature in an existing product, thus creating a new feature and added value.

If you do not find the product you are looking for, please feel free to contact us. We have a larger range of industrial products than presented here. For outdoor use, for marking on metal, in the presence of chemicals or for environments with large temperature differences.

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RFID for Railways

In the US, some 40 % of all intercity freight goes by rail, including 67 % of the coal used by electric utilities to produce power. According to the American Association of Railways, in the US, railroads transport 1.7 million carloads of hazmat each year.
A RFID Railway system is available from FALKEN Secure Networks in a number of configurations designed to economically meet a full range of service requirements. Reader systems provide automated tracking of railcars via RFID tags, Readers and integrated Middleware, and make railcar and locomotive identification and location information available to railroads for asset management and other purposes.
• Traffic and Passenger Information: The system provides accurate and reliable information about where a train is located. This real-time information is forwarded to IT systems and used to
update the passenger information displays at stations and terminals.
• Operation and Maintenance: Precise information about the configuration of wagons within a train can be provided automatically by the system. This information can be integrated with other
systems such as track inspection systems, so that the recorded information can be automatically matched to the actual wagon, thus eliminating errors.
• Location of the Train: The System with the help of the reader determines the location of the train by reading the tag identity as the train passes over the tag at speed. This location data is
transferred to the onboard system and can be used to update passenger information automatically
• Controlling and Positioning of Trains: Some onboard systems require a precise position of the train, for example to control stopping positions. The reader accurately reports
the position when the train passes over an ID-tag. An alternative configuration would be positioning readers on poles at trackside and reading the tagged wagons as they pass. If tags are consistently positioned, for example, at the mid-point of the train, the identification of the tag would be correlated with the length of the wagon and exact speed could be determined in the software application.
In combination with requirements, new applications and various report formats can be rapidly prototyped and deployed. In addition to the standard configuration, our team of experienced engineers can design systems to meet specific application requirements. Some of the customized applications developed to integrate with the system include:
• Track Inspection System
• Signal Asset Tracking System
• Safety Audit
• Inventory and Maintenance
• Equipment Distribution and Management
• Car Accounting Systems
• Rail Yard Information Management

FEATURES/BENEFITS
• The System stores tag data including time, date, train direction and speed.
• It also responds to inquiries via modem and interfaces to scales, video systems and diagnostic and monitoring devices.
• Timely data to increase capacity, speed, automation and operational flexibility
• Arrival and departure data for signal and control operations

Products are now available for demanding RAIL RFID Applications
A range of readers and ID-tags that fulfill the tough requirements of the rail industry are now available.These products are used worldwide in railway applications which require identification and positioning at high speed, with high precision and in demanding environments.
We propose IPICO Inc. iRAIL technology for such Rail applications. Its patented IP-X Air Interface protocol enables the highest read rates involving multiple simultaneous tag reads in dynamic
environments, and in motion at high speed exceeding 260 km/hr. which regular UHF RFID tags and readers cannot achieve. This mission critical railway application is a perfect fit for the key differentiating strengths of IPICO.
For those operating a railway, information is the engine of efficiency as well as safety. The vastness of railways – cars, cargo, track, countries and conditions – presents a massive challenge
for management of rolling stock and rail operations. IPICO’s low cost, passive RF technology enables consistently accurate identification and control of assets in virtually any operating environment:
* At speeds of up to 260 KPH
* In challenging weather or extreme electromagnetic conditions
* In crowded rail yards
* In both online and off line modes of operation

Because IPICO overcomes limitations of conventional RFID, it opens a wide range of management solutions including:
Train Configuration and Capacity Management: Simply and accurately, identifying the location and status of every piece of rolling stock, making and breaking trains, and routing cars – saving huge amounts of time and labour.
Safety: Preventing trains from heading onto the wrong track at the wrong time, even in remote, offline environments. And preventing the wrong cargo from being loaded onto the wrong car – for example,loading coal onto a car that formerly held fuel.
Maintenance: Management of repairs and cleaning of each engine or car, with the history housed on the RFID tag as well as on a central database.