RFID Tagging is the placing of tags onto assets to enable those assets to be managed.
For RFID enabled items like access cards or an Oyster card for example, the RFID tagging process is part of the manufacturing process. It would not be classed as RFID tagging.
For items that are‘tagged at source’, again this would not really be what the industry classes as RFID Tagging. When something is manufactured there are often many labels attached during the process, if that manufacturer puts an RFID tag on the item or packaging it is part of the overall process, classed as source tagging.
RFID Tagging really refers to the retrospective tagging of assets, many different types of assets.
Those assets could be library books, power tools, IT equipment, files, patient records, they are all classed as assets.
The process of RFID Tagging means that these assets have a tag placed on them, usually the tag has an adhesive back, then some reference to the item is programmed onto the RFID tags microchip.
Not all tags have adhesive on the back, it depends what they are meant to be attached to.
Once the asset has a tag attached it can be read by an‘RFID Reader’. Usually there are some security features built in so only the desired RFID Reader can get data from the tags.
OPP IOT (On Metal) RFID Tags are a group of UHF tags designed to work in a metal environment or applied to a metal surface. OPP IOT RFID Tags can be used to track many kinds of metal assets including plant & machinery,pipelines,IT & Telecom,pallets etc. They allow data to be written to and read from chips in environments that are unfavorable for radio communication. The design and technology of the compact RFID antennas are particularly insensitive to radio interference resulting from scattering and reflection effects produced by metallic objects. They can be fixed to the object permanently for continuous use. Multiple OPP IOT RFID Tags can be fixed by riveting,screwing or gluing as required for different applications.
All the OPP IOT UHF RFID tags designs we show resulted from a project we have completed before with our experience in RFID technology. Please consult to us for finding the right design to meet your requirements.
– Smooth Surface, Hard Structure
– Good performance with Directly Attached on Metal
– Firmly Stracture
– High Temperature Resistance and waterproof
– Wide Adaptability for Metal, Especially in Harsh Environment
FR4 On Metal Tag Universal Spec.:
– Material:FR-4, PCB, Double Side Copper Etching Antenna
– Working Frequency: UHF 860 ~ 960MHz EPC Global
– IP Rating: IP68
– Operating Temperature: -40 ℃ ~ 100 ℃
– Storage Temperature: -40 ℃ ~ 150 ℃
– Installation: Screw Fixing, Adhesive
– Coding: Available
– Customized Logo Printing: Spray paint, Silk Screen Printing, LaserLogo Printing
– Industrial Inventory Managerment
– Property Tracking
– Item Identification
– Patrol System
– Forklift, Trunk, Vehicle Management
– Stree Light, Traffic Light and Other Pubilic Management
If you are looking for a specific OPP IOT (On Metal) RFID UHF Tags and you cannot locate it on our website, please contact us via email or phone to discuss your requirements.
For further details,please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Chipless RFID” is a generic term for systems that use RF energy to communicate data but don’t store a serial number in a silicon microchip in the transponder. Some chipless tags use plastic or conductive polymers instead of silicon-based microchips. Other chipless tags use materials that reflect back a portion of the radio waves beamed at them. A computer takes a snapshot of the waves beamed back and uses it like a fingerprint to identify the object with the tag. Companies are experimenting with embedding RF reflecting fibers in paper to prevent unauthorized photocopying of certain documents. Chipless tags that use embedded fibers have one drawback for supply chain uses—only one tag can be read at a time.
I’ve heard that RFID doesn’t work around metal and water.
Does that mean I can’t use it to track cans or liquid products?
Radio waves bounce off metal and are absorbed by water at ultrahigh frequencies. That makes tracking metal products, or those with high water content, difficult. However, good system design and engineering are beginning to overcome this shortcoming. Low- and high-frequency tags work better on products with water and metal. In fact, there are applications in which low-frequency RFID tags are embedded in metal auto parts to track them.
OPP IOT focused on the UHF tags for 10 years and offers a range of solutions based on customization projects.
OPP IOT, a leader in track-and-trace capabilities, produces advanced UHF RFID tags and components essential to optimizing automated asset tracking and logistics systems.
OPP IOT UHF RFID Tracking Tags help ensure seamless traceability and reduce losses, while enhancing stock management and processing speed.
Passive contactless UHF RFID tags from OPP IOT improve data collection speed and accuracy, making tracking more cost-effective while increasing accuracy.
OPP IOT offers UHF tags with a broad selection of form factors, chip configurations and memory capacities.
In the real time information society, the Small UHF RFID tag, a newly high technology of RFID, is a very popular technology in a variety of industries, such as the logistic and the tourism. However, reliable identification of multiple objects is especially challenging if many objects present at the same time, so the bar code has not met the requirement of the market. Fortunately, as a professional RFID product manufacturer, OPP IOT, has released a series of the fire-new small UHF RFID tag for the consumer’s need, which is one of the most experienced and high quality suppliers of RFID in the industry.
As the technology of RFID developing, the small UHF RFID tag has brought the huge profit to the business, which can optimize business processes and preferably serve more customers. For example, UHF Metal Tag-OPPD5, a fire-new RFID product released by OPP IOT, is a perfect choice in applications which require tags to be applied in metallic environment. Besides, thanks to the special material and design of small UHF RFID tag, it can be widely used in various industries and harsh environment. Last but not least, confirming to EPC Class 1 Gen 2, it shows unsurpassed UHF performance reliable operation in dense reader environment and long read ranges. In addition, the size of small UHF RFID tag enough to be embedded into small item for tracking usage, such as it can improve the efficiency of management and heighten the security in asset tracking applications.
In the information ages, the small UHF RFID tag with the high performance and low cost help the organizations across industries all over the world address many issues by the advance technology. And with the power of RFID, there will be fewer errors, increased automation and the low cost with the labor pool since the latest small UHF RFID tag with the top technology has been widely used in many places. Overall, it can believe that the technology of RFID will be regarded as one of newly top technology in the near future.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology is indispensable in many industrial environments. If you operate in a challenging environment and need fast, accurate, real time data, talk to OPP IOT specialists about an RFID solution for tracking and managing your inventory, whether consumables or fixed assets.
A typical RFID package consists of:
* RFID tags which can store up to 100 times the data of barcodes, ensuring you can keep track of all the details you want about your inventory such as lot and serial number, size, manufacturer, vendor, expiry date, user, location on production line and anything else you might want to know.
* RFID printer which can be desk top or mobile and print a range of tags.
* RFID reader which can be active or passive, fixed or mobile, incorporated into a handheld computer or standalone, depending on your particular operational needs.