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RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) ultra-high frequency (UHF) anti-metal tag is a type of RFID tag used for identification and tracking on or near metal surfaces. These tags are specifically designed to overcome interference with RFID signals from metal surfaces to ensure reliable identification and communication.
Here are some features and functions of RFID UHF anti-metal tags:
Anti-metal interference: These tags have special designs and materials to reduce the impact of metal surfaces on RFID signals. They are usually equipped with special reflective layers or isolation materials to prevent the metal from reflecting RFID signals, thus improving the reliability of identification.
High frequency: UHF RFID tags operate in the ultra-high frequency frequency range, typically between 860 MHz and 960 MHz. This high frequency allows for a longer read range, so the data on the tag can be read from a greater distance.
Long-distance reading: Due to the high frequency and metal-resistant design, these tags are typically capable of reading over a relatively large read range, ranging from a few feet to dozens of feet, depending on the type of tag and the RFID reader. of power.
Wide range of applications: RFID UHF anti-metal tags are widely used in asset tracking, inventory management, industrial production, logistics, supply chain management, security monitoring and other fields that require identification and data collection in metal environments.
These tags can be attached to the surface of items such as equipment, containers, tools, machinery parts, etc. to enable them to be quickly and accurately identified and tracked when needed. By using RFID readers or scanning devices, users can easily communicate with these tags and obtain relevant information and data.
|Back adhesive||3M sticker|
ISO18000-6C, Gen 2
|Working Mode||Read and write|
|Operating Distance||0.2-1 meter(base on reader power)|
|Data Retention||10 years|
The high-dielectric FR-4 (glass fiber cloth foundation) material is used to package the Micro UHF RFID Tag anti-metal electronic tag, which uses frequency hopping.
High electrical performance, stability, and super anti-metal interference capabilities when in use. High induction sensitivity, good frequency characteristics, and low dielectric loss are all features of the electronic label produced on FR-4 (glass fiber cloth foundation). The ultra-miniature design is practical for application in unique spots and can be integrated in metal objects. The standard data for reading and writing PCB anti-metal electronic tags can be customized by the user, and the reader’s effective reading range can be increased to more than 20 meters.
about the antenna). The UHF anti-metal electronic tag has a 512-bit memory capacity, a 94-bit unique ID number, and an ultra-wide operating frequency range design, which not only complies with applicable industrial rules but also allows for flexible application and development. For users to perform encrypted reading, writing, deleting, and rewriting operations as well as to open up permanent devoted dedicated users for designated users, there are numerous UHF anti-metal electronic tags with up to 200 512-bit storage areas.
The word region The memory on a UHF anti-metal electronic tag can be repeatedly erased and written more than 100,000 times, it has a useful service life of more than ten years, and its cost-performance ratio is higher. support the IS018000-6B and IS018000-6C (EPC gen 2) protocols The protocol is frequently used in large-scale inspections of open-air power equipment, large-scale inspections of iron towers and utility poles, large and medium-sized elevator inspections, pallet management, large-scale inspections of pressure vessels and liquefier cylinders, factory equipment management, line inspections, and inspections of metal bridge quality. The management of metal containers, signs, registration plates for vehicles, product tracking for various electrical household appliances, etc.