Small UHF RFID tags OPPD6 sticking on the tagging objects

industrial UHF tags
industrial UHF tags

OPP IOT has recently developed UHF Metal Tag-OPPD6, which is designed to mount on metal for tracking usage. In spite of the metal weakening effect on read range, this kind of metal mount RFID tag combines small footprint and stable detecting performance in metallic environment.

By using this UHF metal mount RFID tag, identification around metal or on metal surface is guaranteed to keep high accuracy. It measures 6mm in dia. And small size as it is, this UHF metal tag behaves well in metal environment. What’s more, the capability of storage could be in 96 bits, 512 bits or 2K bits, making it flexible in inventory management.

With these small UHF RFID tags sticking on the tagging objects, it is quite suitable for tracking goods around metal. Furthermore, this small metal mount RFID tag can support ISO18000-6B or ISO18000-6C (EPC C1 Gen2) standards. And it is engineered to provide a read range from 0.45m to 0.85m basing on a normal UHF Reader, specifically to be integrated to RFID management project in metallic environment.

construction of the metal RFID tags

Construction of the metal RFID tags

Everest Series passive UHF RFID tags
Everest Series passive UHF RFID tags

Under the first layer– the anodized aluminum nameplate–rests two more layers, a foam layer, and a foil layer. Within the foam layer is a cavity that holds a custom engineered RFID inlay, the heart of the tag. The foam keeps the first and third metallic layers apart to keep them from grounding out the tag.
The thin third and final layer, the foil layer, seals off the back of the tag but is also part of the tag mechanization. Reflecting any signal coming in from a reader, it makes interactions with the tag reader possible. Bonding each layer are specialized adhesives. The three layered stack ends with a bonding agent designed for unparalleled adhesion that attaches the tag to the consumer’s product or asset.

Magnetic Metal RFID Tag OPP9020M


OPP9020M Magnetic RFID Tags are suitable for tagging metal assets as the magnetic force makes attachment easier. Our magnetic metal tags’ antennae are made of a combination of Cu and FR-4 grade epoxy laminate. Due to the properties of FR-4 grade material which include effective electrical insulation, high mechanical strength, and minimal water absorption, our magnetic metal RFID tags are built to last and will endure most industrial situations. Our magnetic metal tags are waterproof and heat-resistant.

Passive RFID Systems

In passive RFID systems the reader and reader antenna send a radio signal to the tag. The RFID tag then uses the transmitted signal to power on, and reflect energy back to the reader.

Passive RFID systems can operate in the low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF) or ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio bands. As passive system ranges are limited by the power of the tag’s backscatter (the radio signal reflected from the tag back to the reader), they are typically less than 10 m. Because passive tags do not require a power source or transmitter, and only require a tag chip and antenna, they are cheaper, smaller, and easier to manufacture than active tags.

Passive tags can be packaged in many different ways, depending on the specific RFID application requirements. For instance, they may be mounted on a substrate, or sandwiched between an adhesive layer and a paper label to create smart RFID labels. Passive tags may also be embedded in a variety of devices or packages to make the tag resistant to extreme temperatures or harsh chemicals.

RFID tag application in Laundry tracking application

Hospitals, hotels, laundry facilities, or any company with multiple types of textiles have a sorting process for laundering purposes. The laundering process is usually facilitated by 2-8 people at different laundry chutes, and employees may spend hours sorting through laundry. Many laundries are turning to UHF-RFID technology to gain better control of their operations and reduce costs. Early installations prove the technology works.

Laundries report the following results from UHF-RFID tracking system use:
1. Fewer losses and lower inventory replacement costs.
2. Total control identifies loss points and enables remedial actions.
3. Improved labor productivity.
4. Fewer customer complaints.
5. Validated deliveries and pick-ups at customer locations.
6. Improved revenue opportunities and long-term customer relations.
7. Tag and track customer-owned goods or rental items.

RFID tag application in Anti-counterfeit protection

RFID tags can protect your products from counterfeiting and return fraud. Brand owners use RFID tags to validate the authenticity of items and can then take action against unauthorized resellers. During manufacturing, a special brand RFID tag or label is added to your products.

1. Enable your sales teams with easy-to-use tools for authenticating items
2. Allow associates and brand scouts to use mobile devices to verify and validate the origin and authenticity of products in the field.
3. Ensure the authenticity of your branded products and protect their value.
4. Monitor your sales channels and goods as they move through markets.
5. Protect your resellers and customers from fraud and criminal activities.
6. Identify grey market goods and the source of those products entering the market.

Alien® H3 Chip

Alien H3 is a highly integrated single chip UHF RFID Tag IC. The chip conforms to the EPCglobal Class 1 Gen 2 specifications and provides state-of-the-art performance for a broad range of UHF RFID tagging applications.

*Meets EPCglobal Gen2 (V 1.2.0) as well as ISO/IEC 18000-6C
*Worldwide operation in the RFID UHF bands (860-960 MHz)
*800-Bits of Nonvolatile Memory
– 96-EPC Bits, extensible to 496 Bits
– 512 User Bits
– 64 Bit Unique TID
– 32 Bit Access and Kill Passwords
*Pre-Programmed with a unique, unalterable 64-bit serial number
*User Memory can be Block Perma-Locked as well as read password protected in 64 Bit Blocks
*Supports all Mandatory and Optional Commands including Item Level Commands
*Custom Commands for high speed programming; 30 tags per second for the 96-bit EPC number
*Low power operation for both read and program
*Exceptional operating range, up to 10m with appropriate antenna

OPP4215- The Right RFID Tag to Stand High Temperature

To meet the demand of RFID application in some harsh environment, our OPP IOT Technologies designed and developed the High Temperature UHF Metal Tag OPP4215, which can withstand high temperature and still performs so excellently to suit your need.

Heat Resistant RFID Tags
Heat Resistant RFID Tags

Among the analog tags, UHF Metal tag OPP4215 performs very well. Its storage temperature is -55°С to +200°С, it can be stored in high temperature 280°С for 50 minutes, in 250°С for150 minutes as well. Even in the course of operation, it can still withstand low temperature down to -40°С and high temperature up to +150°С, which the data in the specification. In fact, this tag may performs even better than it. That is to say, may withstand high temperature even higher than that.

Furthermore, its IP rating up to IP68. It can be mounted on metal surface with screws through the 2 holes at both ends of it, or with heat-resistant adhesive on its backside, easy and safe.

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
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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.