OPP IOT Technologies Co., Ltd Offers Its Exclusive Range Of Uhf Metal Specific Tag Solutions For High Temperature Environments

OPP IOT Technologies Co., Ltd was founded in 2013 in Fujian, China. It is one of the trusted leaders in products, services, and solutions related to Asset Tracking, Attendance Taking, Access Control and Warehouse Management, Environment monitoring. It is known for leading technology, professional service, sound quality and competitive price.
RFID is radio frequency identification; it is a term which sums up the technologies which use the radio frequencies to recognize objects. RFID has various benefits; it is compared to the traditional barcodes to track products for identification. It does not require a particular tag and has a more extended range reading than the barcode reader. It can also store more data as compared to the barcodes. It allows the readers to communicate simultaneously with multiple tags.

It also allows the customers to snap through the grocery store and checkout counters while an RFID reader identifies all the items in the shopping cart rather than scanning individually. OPP IOT Technologies Co., Ltd is a high new technical enterprise which is dedicated to RFID industry development. It keeps developing and innovating in RFID field, especially the UHF tags. It concentrates on the manufacture, form, and design of the UHF unique tags. The organization can make the tags as per the clients’ order or request with the help of its team of experts who are skilled in antenna design.

The company produces high temperature RFID tags, which means temperatures above 120 degree Celsius to over 200 degree Celsius or even higher. There are few factors which one should know before using high temperatures. The highest rated temperature of the RFID tag, the exposing time at a particular temperature and the cooling time before the tag is written or read.

The company is included in producing high temperature UHF RFID tags; this RFID is overgrowing. It is one of the crucial components which construct the UHF RFID system. It presents the verification of the design and measurement techniques for UHF RFID tag IC; it meets the requirements for the designer’s demands for test purposes and checks at a low price.

The organization produces UHF tag for high temperature environments. UHF is a band of electromagnetic radiation with a radio frequency ranging between 300MHz and 3 GHz (3000MHz). It is widely used for data transmission due to its high rate and short wavelength. The antennas used for UHV are stout and short, and it is directly proportional to the size of the waves. The frequency band decides antenna size; the higher frequency band have a less conspicuous antenna. The broadcasting of UHF is shorter than the VHF, and this is the reason boosters are used after few hundred kilometers. It is used by two-way navigation communication radio and security systems and wireless local area networks.

High Temperature RFID Tag OPP4215 Applications

High Temperature RFID Tag OPP4215 Applications:
* Inventory management for metals, liquids, and other valuable items
* Used for sheet metal, iron, and steel supply management
* RFID tagging of bags at airport facilities
* Air cargo ULD tracking
* Garment RFID tagging for retail stores
* Vehicle parts RFID tagging for real-time information
* Toxic waste dump tracking
* Weapon RFID tracking tags
* Used in correctional institutions for RFID tagging of inmate belongings, supplies
* Casino chip RFID tags
* Landmark and Surveyors RFID tags
* Outdoor RFID tags
* Tree RFID tags
* Inventory management for laboratory and medical equipment
* Autoclave Applications
* Hotel and institutional laundry RFID tags

UHF RFID and UHF RFID tags components

UHF RFID is an acronym mouthful. UHF stands for ultrahigh frequency, while RFID stands for radio frequency identification. In some instances, this technology is replacing barcodes as a method of managing warehouse inventory and the supply chain. RFID tags are placed on each object and UHF radio frequencies read the stored data. A UHF RFID tag allows stock to be managed and tracked without an employee manually scanning each item.

UHF is a large radio band that ranges from 300 MHz to 3 GHz. Cell phones, pagers and satellite communications use this band, because it can be broken up into numerous sub-bands. The distance the tag is able to transmit depends on the UHF sub-band used, with lower frequencies having shorter ranges. The UHF RFID tag may use sub-bands that provide a range as small as 6 feet (1.8 meters).

UHF RFID requires three components: a transponder, an antenna and a transceiver. The transponder, or tag, contains data and is attached to the item. The antenna transmits the UHF radio signal to the transponder, powering and activating it. The activated transponder then transmits the data stored on the tag back to the transceiver. Data such as who is in possession of an item, where the item is during shipment and the location of an item in a warehouse can all be read from the RFID tag.

About RFID Tag and Passive UHF RFID

Passive tags come in a range of shapes and sizes that make them usable in a large range of applications. These tags can also be used in tracking IT assets such as laptops or hand held computers that require a small structure component RFID tag, tracking of industrial gas cylinders and laundry applications within others. Most RFID Tags can be fixed by riveting,screwing or gluing as required for unique applications.

If you could use Passive UHF RFID for your applications, there are a few tags that can stand up to the sterilization/autoclave process. Passive RFID tags are used for applications such as access control, file tracking, race timing, supply chain management, smart labels, and more. With regard to applications with quickly shifting tagged objects – one of the keys is trying to keep the RFID tag in the antenna’s read zone long enough for the antenna to energize the tag and receive the tag’s reply. While both active and passive RFID technologies use radio frequencies to communicate information, each is very different, and like wise possess different features well desirable for variousapplications. Some of the key features of these tags consist of active or passive technology, short or long range reading, read and write capabilitiesand they are best for applications where size matters. Specific passive RFID tags are designed to withstand excessive temperatures and accommodate for these sorts of applications, amongst others. This frequency is used with data transmissions, access control applications, DVD kiosks, and passport security – applications that do not require a long read range. The micro/mini RFID tags are design to be use in many applications and fulfil the desires of different kinds of businesses.

The simple tags are more cost-effective to manufacture and are greater useful for applications where the tag will be disposed of with the product packaging. Embeddable – If tagging an item turns into a problem for particular functions due to significant put on and tear, embeddable tags can fit in small crevices and be covered in epoxy. the125 kHz,13.56mhz and UHF RFID scan increases the level of security in many events not only because it is durable but, due to the ID tracking and tracing amenities provided by the chips used for these stickers, the requirement for hiring man power for doing little tasks has decreased. The reusable tags are used by sandwiching them between the barcode label, whereas the non-reusable tags can be used via printing the barcode immediately on the RFID tag. Some companies are combining RFID tags with sensors that detect and record temperature, movement, even radiation.

Choose a right frequency for your application

Different frequencies have different characteristics that make them more useful for different applications.

For instance, low-frequency tags use less power and are better able to penetrate non-metallic substances. They are ideal for scanning objects with high-water content, such as fruit, but their read range is limited to less than a foot (0.33 meter).

High-frequency tags work better on objects made of metal and can work around goods with high water content. They have a maximum read range of about three feet (1 meter).

UHF frequencies typically offer better range and can transfer data faster than low- and high-frequencies. But they use more power and are less likely to pass through materials.

And because they tend to be more “directed,” they require a clear path between the tag and reader. UHF tags might be better for scanning boxes of goods as they pass through a dock door into a warehouse. It is best to work with a knowledgeable consultant, integrator or vendor that can help you choose the right frequency for your application.

RFID in Industrial Environments

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.

Perhaps you use a manual system or barcode technology for inventory management but think you can do better. Absolutely! 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

RFID Features
You might be interested in some or all of these RFID system features:
* High density of data storage on tags
* Range of options for HF and UHF printers
* High number of tags that can be read at any one time even in a busy environment with various production lines close to each other
* Readers with diagnostic function to detect problems with recording and transmission of data
* Flexibility according to the volume and movement of inventory
* Capacity to function in harsh environments, inside or outdoors, including extreme temperatures(OPP4215 RFID tags can work well from 280°С for 50 minutes, 250°С for 150minutes test) and exposure to dust, dirt and chemicals
* Capacity to tracking items being customized on a production line

RFID Benefits
The benefits of RFID inventory technology are immediately obvious, including:
* Accuracy and speed of data capture and transmission, no matter what the industrial environment
* Accurate, real time inventory counts result in eliminating stock shortages and over supply and preventing theft
* Increased consistent productivity
* Automated process means reduced opportunity for human intervention and error
* Information for performance management and quality control

Our team of specialists can work with you to translate these features and benefits into increased customer satisfaction and profitability for your operation.
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RFID UHF Chip and Application

RFID UHF chips, generally, are based on ISO18000-6C standard.
UHF frequencies guarantees reading distances up to 10meters and chips, generally, have a EPC memory (modifiable tag code), a TID memory (transponder Identifier) and different size user memory .

We propose below some UHF chips:

Alien Higgs3: Chip of interesting features, both for user memory size (512bit) and for high performance as reading distance.

Alien Higgs4: Chip very intersting becuase of the cost, very low, and the performances, seriously improved, compared to Alien Higgs3. User memory is reduced to 128bit.

NXP UCODE7: Without user memory and with 128bit EPC memory is a very simple and low-cost chip.

NXP UCODE DNA: Chip based on GS1 Gen2 V2 standard with encryption, it is untraceable with a 3072bit user memory.

APPLICATIONS WHERE CHIPS UHF ARE USED
* Access Control
* Inventory
* Job Security
* Timing of sport races
* Asset Management
* Waste Management

What does an RFID inlay consist of?

Functionally, an RFID inlay consists of an antenna and a microchip.

The antenna drives tag performance and governs how well the tag will work in a particular application. Precision-designed to receive and broadcast RF signals, the antenna is made from a conductive material (such as silver, copper or aluminum), with each material producing very specific read and write characteristics because of the different chemical properties. Generally a copper antenna is slightly more expensive that aluminum or silver, but is more conductive and usually provides a longer distance read capability.

The antenna makes contact with an RF reader over a distance, which is determined in large part by the amount of metal, and by the size and shape of the antenna. Contacts attached to the microchip make the circuit between the microchip and antenna.

The microchip design determines the protocol and class of the tag's operation. Different microchips have different features that can also affect performance. RFID microchips contain circuitry capable of handling a variety of functions from power conversion to data storage and retrieval.

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.