Anti-metal tag from OPP IOT

Anti-metal tag is on the basis of RFID tag and add a layer of metal resistant material, this layer of material can prevent the label from sticking to the metal object. The anti metal RFID tag solves the problem that the electronic tags can not be attached to the metal surface. In order to ensure customers can use the RFID anti-metal tag in bad conditions, OPP IOT design the anti metal RFID tag to be waterproof, anti acid, anti alkali, anti collision and can be used outdoors. We are a leading RFID tag supplier, provide you with a variety of high quality anti metal RFID tags. You can find many different functional anti-metal tags on our website
More info contact us:
OPP IOT Technologies CO., LTD.
Address: 2104 Room SANDI International Finance Centre,249# MingXin Street LongQiao,ChengXiang Putian City Fujian, P.R, China
P.C: 351100
Tel: (0086)594 2790031
WhatsApp: +86 180 3034 2267

Common uses of asset tags

Asset tags and asset tracking systems serve a single basic purpose: to keep tabs on your company’s valuable property, inventory and supplies. Many industries have unique needs which can be adequately met using asset identification tags.

Healthcare: Precise control over medical equipment, supplies, medications and other physical assets is essential to day-to-day operations in a healthcare provider’s office or facility. Using products like Camcode’s Two-Part Asset Labels, medical staff can easily track the use of assets, document specific assets and medications used for a single patient and re-order essential supplies with ease.
Education: Educational institutions have a wide variety of assets which must be tracked and managed. A/V equipment, for example, can be easily tracked, assigned and controlled using asset tracking labels.
Government: Government entities use asset tags for everything from monitoring office equipment to maintaining a database of external assets, such as street signs, for regular repair, maintenance and future planning.
Warehouse: Inventory control is the driving force behind the warehouse industry. Eliminate excess stock, streamline ordering and deliveries and improve your bottom line with asset tracking.
Defense: The Department of Defense has stringent standards for tracking its assets and durability requirements to ensure that physical assets can be identified even when exposed to hazardous conditions. Camcode’s UID labels meet all of these requirements.
Oil and Gas: Oil and gas industries operate 24/7 and rely heavily on machinery and equipment to get the job done. Asset tags enable the tracking and scheduling of maintenance to ensure these essentials are running smoothly.
Utility: Utility assets are generally exposed to harsh weather conditions, chemicals and other materials capable of wreaking havoc on stress-resistant labels. But Camcode’s Metalphoto bar code labels have been tested to withstand these conditions, maintaining readability even after exposure to the worst external elements.
Telecom and Cable: The telecom and cable industries have a widespread set of external assets they’re accountable for keeping in good working order. Asset identification tags help telecom and cable companies improve efficiency in response to outages and other issues and enable proper maintenance tracking, easy part re-ordering and replacement, and improved overall functioning.
Manufacturing: Much like the utility industry, manufacturers have the challenge of tracking assets after exposure to harsh conditions. Camcode’s bar code solutions for manufacturing have been proven to last through both the manufacturing process, as well as remain functional for the life of the product.

RFID Hard Tags

UHF RFID hard tags are classified as such because they are rigid and thicker than the paper-thin labels/inlays. Hard tags are made from many types of materials such as polycarbonate, PCB,ceramic, ABS, steel, polystyrene, and polypropylene.

Because of the tougher exterior and larger size, these tags are more expensive than labels and inlays. Depending on special features, hard tags can range from just under $0.2 per tag to over $10 per tag. Just like labels and inlays, these tags can also be less expensive when purchased in higher quantities.

RFID Hard tags vary greatly in size and weight. The smallest RFID tags are around 0.2 grams and the largest, rugged hard tags can be over 250 grams. Shapes and sizes of hard tags vary greatly, and can range from the size of a small pencil eraser to as large as a license plate.

RFID Tags for Harsh environments

Several industries including Oil and Gas, Construction and Manufacturing operate their equipment in harsh environmental conditions. RFID tags used on these assets may need to withstand temperature extremes, high pressure, exposure to chemicals, and even mechanical impact, shock and vibration. Tags meant for indoor assets will most certainly not survive such conditions. OPP IOT has successfully deployed a wide variety of RFID tags with various form factors all over the world, including humid conditions of Louisiana, hot arid conditions in the Middle-East and extreme cold Arctic conditions. Our specially designed tags are used to track dredging pipes at ports, valves in oil fields, tools at construction sites and power cables dragged through dirt and snow while powering generators in the outdoors. Tags support multiple mounting techniques including adhesion, bolts or rivets, welding, nylon or metal zip ties, or securing the tag with steel cables.
More info please contact us:
OPP IOT Technologies CO., LTD.
Address: 2104 Room SANDI International Finance Centre,249# MingXin Street LongQiao,ChengXiang Putian City Fujian, P.R, China
P.C: 351100
Tel: (00865942790031
WhatsApp: +86 180 3034 2267

Long Range Passive RFID tag OPP9020 is perfect for many industrial manufacturing and processing applications

EPC Gen 2 UHF RFID tag OPP9020 is convenient for variable applications such as laptop computers or any kinds of electronic devices, retail warehouse or any other equipments. With its outstanding performance, OPP9020 provides high-performance RFID tag identification in metallic environments and it is extremely versatile for tracking metal assets with super long-range read performance of up to 10.8meters. It is encapsulated within a low-profile ruggedized and rigid PCB case, allowing OPP9020 to perform very well even in harsh environments.

OPP9020 tag is specifically tuned to have particularly good on-metal functionality together with the slim/compact structure. Besides having the high level performance enclosed in the durable outdoor resistant encapsulation, one of the key designs for OPP9020 was to enable relatively wider radio frequency radiation pattern for the tag. This offers higher level of flexibility and reliability in various reader types both with fixed readers and handheld devices allowing improving asset tracking, warehouse managment, and logistics processes.

RFID tag application in Industrial Asset Tracking

Radio Frequency Identification is a ideal technology for tracking assets. Now there is no need to store full description about them every time. RFID tags are the simpler way to track them. Every tagged asset can be tracked by reading the upcoming radio signals from each tag. Our asset tracking tags enable you to instantly get the general location of tagged objects anywhere within a specified space. Asset tracking allows you to monitor the status, location and availability in your extended operations; manage your assets on demand by knowing where they are and boost production by getting your assets where they need to be without delay. Integrate your business processes with on demand knowledge of work-in-process manufacturing, and make more informed decisions.
Asset tracking can be used in various industries like baggage handling, parcel handling, supply chain, service industries, distribution logistics and manufacturing companies to identify goods & objects in an industrial environment.RFID Industrial Asset Management is a powerful tool to boost business activities for the maximum profits.

Passive RFID Tags

Passive RFID Tags

* Can be so tiny they are placed on bees and ants in research situations.
* Have energy that comes from the reader activating an electromagnetic field within the tag.
* Are typically read only.
* Must be in close range to the reader.
– Need strong signal strength from reader.
– Send low level signals back to the reader.
* Respond only when activated by the reader.
– Read most commonly at approximately 3 feet..
– Can read 1 millimeter to more than 300 feet away if specially designed.
* Operate at low frequencies producing over short distances,
* Operate at set intervals from 125 MHz to 960 MHz up.
– Have slow read speeds.
– Read over short distance.
* Can, in snapshot fashion, monitor and record sensor data: time, temperature, pressure, etc
* Are inexpensive with costs trending down (approximately $.05 and up in quantity).
* Experience some read failure with low energy reads.
* Are often read with hand-held readers, but readers can also be fix mounted.
* Are usually attached to commonplace items that are made to be disposable.
* Need little or no maintenance.