Anti-metal tags usually use special designs and materials to reduce or eliminate the signal shielding effect produced by metal surfaces. These tags can be used in many scenarios, such as tracking metal parts in industrial environments, managing metal products in logistics, or for identification and data collection in other situations where contact with metal is required.
Anti-metal labels have the following main characteristics:
Anti-Metal Interference: Anti-metal tags are able to work on or near metal surfaces without being affected by the metal. Traditional RFID tags may be subject to signal interference near metal, resulting in read and write failures or limited distances.
Special materials: Anti-metal tags usually use special materials and designs to reduce or eliminate the signal shielding effect produced by metal surfaces. These materials maintain tag performance and reliability in metallic environments.
Housing Protection: Anti-metal tags may contain special housings that isolate the antenna and chip portions of the tag, preventing direct metal contact with critical components.
High Durability: As they are often used in fields such as industry and logistics, metal-resistant tags usually have high durability and can work for a long time in harsh environments.
Selectable frequency: Anti-metal tags usually work at different RF frequencies, and the appropriate frequency can be selected according to the specific application scenario.
High reading distance: Some anti-metal tags have a high reading distance, which can accurately read label information within a certain range, improving work efficiency and accuracy.
Due to its special properties, anti-metal tags can be applied in many scenarios that are in contact with or near metal. Here are some common use cases for metal-resistant labels:
Industrial manufacturing: In the field of industrial manufacturing, it is often necessary to track and manage metal parts, tools or equipment. Anti-metal tags can be attached to metal surfaces to realize real-time identification and tracking of these items, thereby improving the management efficiency of the production line.
Logistics and supply chain management: In the field of logistics and supply chain, metal products or containers are common items, such as steel plates, containers, etc. The use of anti-metal tags can accurately track the location and status of goods during the transportation and storage of goods, and realize the intelligent management of logistics.
Asset Management: Businesses and institutions often need to manage assets, including metal equipment, machinery, and tools. Anti-metal tags can be applied to asset management systems to facilitate real-time monitoring and tracking of asset usage and reduce loss and loss.
Aerospace and automotive manufacturing: In aerospace and automotive manufacturing, metal parts and assemblies can be identified and tracked using metal-resistant tags, helping to improve production efficiency and product quality.
Urban facility management: In urban facility management, facilities such as pipes and manhole covers are usually made of metal. Anti-metal tags can be applied to these facilities, helping city management to accurately record and maintain information on these facilities.
Steel and metal industry: In the steel and metal industry, anti-metal tags can be used to track the flow of metal materials and inventory management, improving production and storage efficiency.
Medical equipment: In the management of medical equipment, anti-metal labels can be applied to metal products, such as surgical tools, medical devices, etc., to help hospitals or medical institutions better manage and track these important equipment.
To sum up, anti-metal tags are widely used in many industries and fields, and they provide intelligent and efficient identification and tracking solutions for items in contact with metal.