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) integrated circuit,is 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.


RFID Tag Avery Dennison AD-320u7 ETSI

The Avery Dennison AD-320u7 tag has been designed for many applications, some of the most common being retail item identification, supply chain control, product inventory and logistics applications.

The chip that incorporates this label is the NXP UCODE 7 that has 128 bits of EPC memory and a 96-bit factory-locked TID number. It is available in three different formats, Wet inlay and Label/sticker.



Product description Avery Dennison AD-320u7 ETSI

Like the rest of Avery Dennison products, this tag is manufactured with the most demanding quality standards in the RFID industry, which is why it has the ISO 18000-63 Type C certificate.

The dimensions of this tag are: 44 mm x 19 mm and its optimum operating temperature is -40 °C to 85 °C.

Product code:

Label / sticker: RF100325

  • Technology: UHF
  • Frequency: UHF Global 860-960 MHz
  • Product Type: Inlays and Tags
  • Chip: NXP UCODE 7
  • EPC memory: 128 bits
  • Material: Label / Sticker, Wet Inlay
  • Mounting: Glass, Wood, Non Metal, Plastic
  • ISO: ISO 18000-63 TYPE C
  • Operating temperature: -40 °C to 85 °C / -40 °F to 185 °F
  • Size: 44mm x 19mm - 1.73in x 0.75in

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