Products Name: NFC Sticker
Sample: sample for free
Features: NFC phone read and writable
Transparent NFC Sticker Application: Advertisement
Transparent NFC Sticker has an other kind of white NFC Sticker, which has no surface material. It is a way to safe cost and keep same function of NFC sticker.
RFID, or Radio-Frequency Identification, is a wireless communication technology used to identify and track objects within short distances. It includes RFID tags (also known as RFID tags or RFID chips), RFID readers and writers, and RFID middleware (used to process and manage RFID data). The following is an introduction to RFID tags:
The composition of RFID tags:
Chip: The RFID tag has a built-in chip, which contains the ability to store data and the circuit for processing data. This data can be a unique identifier (similar to a barcode’s serial number) or other related information. Chips usually have a read-only part and a writable part.
Antenna: The RFID tag also includes an antenna for communicating with the RFID reader. When the reader sends an electromagnetic signal to the tag, the tag’s antenna receives the signal and responds through the chip.
Enclosure Material: The chip and antenna of an RFID tag are usually wrapped in a material to protect them from environmental influences and damage. This encapsulating material may be plastic, paper, polymer or other suitable material.
|Memroy||888 bytes writable|
Rouand diameter 15mm, 18mm, etc
Square size 15*15mm, 20*10mm, etc
|Working Life||＞ 100,000 times|
|Working Model||Passive no battery|
-40℃ ~ 75℃
|Stock Temperature||-50℃ ~ 80℃|
Read only: TK4100, EM4100
Read&write: T5577, EM4305, Hitag
MIFARE Classic EV1 1k
MIFARE Ultralight EV1
MIFARE DESFire EV1 2K/4K/8K
Fudan F08 1k
Carton size: 25x22x18cm
1.What is NFC sticker on laptop?
Near-field communication technology allows two devices to communicate wirelessly. The technology can be embedded in a small tag
2.How do I scan NFC stickers?
- On your Android device, tap on “Settings”
- Select “Connected devices” / “Connections” to access Connection Preferences.
- You should see “NFC” and, in some cases, “Android Beam” options.
- Turn on “NFC” and, if present, “Android Beam”