|Place of Origin:||Shenzhen, CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||500pcs|
|Price:||Depending on the chip, material, printing|
|Packaging Details:||1000pcs / tie|
|Delivery Time:||7-15 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T,Paypal,Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||5,000,000pcs per month|
|Keywords：:||RFID Inlay||Frequency：:||13.56 MHz|
|Compliance:||ISO / IEC 14443 Type A, NFC Forum Type 2||Number Printing Options:||Laser, Inkjet, Thermal Flat,|
|Base Material:||PET||Antenna Material:||Aluminium Foil|
RFID card inlay,
rfid DRY inlay
13.56 MHz ISO compliant RFID HF dry inlay for library management
13.56 MHz ISO-compliant RFID HF inlay is a perfect fit for library management, product authentication, asset tracking solutions and other applications.
HF 13.56 MHz ISO-compliant RFID technology is a proven, globally accepted solution for a vast array of markets. The technology is a perfect fit for item-level authentication and asset tracking solutions in pharmaceutical and medical applications. Popular industry applications consist of library and rental item level tagging for automated self checkout and return of printed and digital media, as well as industrial closed loop systems for manufacturing automation. RFID can also be utilized as personal currency in ticketing and customer loyalty card applications.
HF RFID technology offers proven robust performance with short-to-medium read ranges even when used around difficult materials such as liquids and metals.
|1. Chip||MF1K, F08, MF Ultralight, NTAG203/213/215/216, I CODE SLI, I CODE SLI-X, etc.|
|2. Dimension||φ25/28/30/40mm, 15*30mm, 25*38mm, 25*40mm, 35*35mm, 50*50mm, or customized|
|3. Material||Inlay Material: PET+AL|
|Outer Material: PVC, Paper, Anti-metal, etc.|
|4. Operating Frequency||HF CHIP(13.56MHz)|
|5. Standard||ISO14443, ISO15693|
|6. Printing||Silkscreen Printing/Laser Printing Logo & Number|
|7. Reading Distance||2-10cm|
|8. Operation Temperature||-20℃ to 60℃|
|9. Storage Temperature||-20℃ to 70℃|
|10. Optional||-Wet inlay, dry inlay, label (paper label, PVC label, etc.)
-Silk-screen printing with logo, color
-3M adhesive layer
-Crafts can be customized in accordance with customer requirements for different profucts
|11. Applications||-Logistics, supply chain, inventory
-Clothing, apparel and other item-level retail
-Library, media, documents and files
-Industrial and manufacturing
-Returnable transport units (RTUs)
-Medical card, pharmaceutical and healthcare, health clubs, hospitals, etc.
Available chip technologies
|Ultralight C||ISO14443A||1184 bit||Read/Write|
|I CODE SLI||ISO15693||128 byte||Read/Write|
RFID inlays are called "wet" or "dry." RFID inlays are viewed "wet" if an adhesive is applied towards the inlay to stick it into a pressure-sensitive liner that comprises the label. Inlays are believed "dry" if the inlay is coupled to the label without using an adhesive.
The RFID inlay is made up of two components. An internal circuit or microchip that stores personal identifying information attaches with a small coil of aluminum, copper or silver wires referred to as antenna, which transmits and receives radio frequency signals. The microchip and antenna are then added to a label, along with the entire unit is encased in plastic.
The Ins And Outs:
Data from your microchip passes to the RFID tag's antenna, where it really is read through the antenna associated with an RFID reader and passed onto a number pc for archival purposes, processing or analysis.
If you are interested in this inlay, please welcome to send us an inquiry!