RFID inlays are composed of an Integrated Circuit (IC) and an antenna made of aluminum or copper. The design of the RFID antenna is essential to achieving high levels of reliability in all the various frequencies.
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a robust technology that is increasingly being used to identify, track and get the traceability of all kinds of items. The conversion and manufacturing of RFID tags aims to integrate the IC's in useful formats for printing and encoding, so that any user has a solution for your application.
There are many applications of RFID and can be applied in countless different sectors: logistics, industrial production and storage, warehouse management, access control, pharmaceutical and patient tracking, retail, sports timing, nfc, aviation and auto production, libraries, etc. The uses are continually expanding into new industries and sectors.
UHF inlays offer excellent performance and memory options. Each product has a unique TID and an elaborate antenna design to consistently offer the same quality of reading for all tags. This is crucial when applying a tag in manufacturing from the beginning, to the end user, and through all the processes of storage and distribution.
Frequency: 860-960MHz International standards: ISO 18000-6C EPC Class 1 Gen 2
The technology ISO 13.56 MHz NFC and NFC Forum compliant, are global standards accepted by a broad range of markets. NFC inlays can carry more data than a barcode, they are safer, they can be password protected, read with a mobile device and much more. The possibilities are continuousy expanding, which allow interactions between people and objects to take place instantly, securely and reliably.
HF RFID 13.56 MHz technology is a globally accepted frequency of RFID which can be used in multiple applications. The technology is ideal for product authentication and traceability solutions, as in the pharmaceutical sector. The most common applications are: access control, RFID in libraries, automated storage systems, ticketing for events and HF wristbands for hospitals. HF frequencies offer an exceptional result when RFID is used in harsh environments that deal with liquids or metals.
UHF (Ultra High Frequency)chips with temperature and humidity sensors are increasingly being applied in todays markets with great success. UHF chips are passive tags that record different environmental changes and by instantly reading these changes, passes reall time information on the status of an item. They are composed of a RFMicron Magnus IC. They can be used in applications where active or semi-active sensors are not practical or to avoid battery maintenance.
Operating Frequency: 860-960 MHz (ETSI and FCC) EPC Class 1 Gen 2 v.2.0.0
Humidity and Temperature Sensors