RFID Silicon Wristbands

RFID silicon wristband is one of the most popularly used RFID wristband in different fields of the society. With its features of being flexible, water proof, anti-shock etc., they are widely employed in campuses, entertainment parks, public transportation, access control etc.

RFID Silicon Wristbands Description:
Material: Silicon
Size: custom
Color: Blue, red, black, white, yellow, gray, green, pink etc.
RFID Silicon Wristbands Features:
Enclosed circle, flexible, easy to wear and use, water and moisture proof, anti-shock, and high temperature resistence
Chips can be embedded
– Low frequency (125 KHz):TK4100, EM4200, T5577, Hitag 1, Hitag 2, Hitag S etc.
-High frquency (13.56 MHz):FM11RF08, Mifare 1K S50, Mifare 4K S70, Ultralight, NTAG203, I-CODE2, TI2048, SRI512
-Ultra-high frequency (860MHz-960MHz): UCODE Gen2, ALIEN H3, IMPINJ M4 etc.
Working Temperature: -30℃~220℃
Application: widely used in campuses, entertainment parks, public transportation, access control, outdoor activities, humid environments etc.

RFID Silicon Wristbands Personalization:
Logo printing
Silkscreen
Laser engraving/embossing
Epoxy embossing
Number printing etc.

NTAG203 Tags

NTAG203 Tags will work with all NFC enabled devices. However, they have only 137 bytes of usable memory.This is enough for most NFC launchers that change settings or launch events on a phone and for basic URL’s or simple text as they hold about 130 characters. If you need to write a standard business card(Vcard), consider Topaz512 (Compatible with all phones) or Mifare 1k(limited compatibility)

Some ideas for how to use your NFC Tags:
-Put a NFC tag on your front door to toggle your WiFi
-Stick one at your meeting room entrances to silence everyone’s phones
-Put one in your car to start your media player and turn on Bluetooth
-Put an NFC tag at your office that turns off your ringer and opens your to-do list
-Stick a NFC tag on your router that stores your WiFi information for your guests
-Never forget to set your alarm by programming one at your bedside
-Store your business card information and say goodbye to those embarassing moments when you’ve all out
-Start a timer for your favorite recipe in your kitchen
-For fitness buffs, put one on your gym bag or mobile phone armband to play your workout music and start your fitness tracking app
-Put property link in a tag and put it on your open home register.

EPC 96-bit ISO 18000 On-metal RFID UHF PCB Tags

What is PCB-based RFID tags?
Within the electronics industry, UHF RFID label tags are commonly applied to a piece of
equipment once assembly is complete. A new approach allows implementation of the
RFID tag directly on the printed circuit board (PCB) early in the production process.

From the manufacturers’ perspective, implementation of a PCB RFID tag can provide
management with tracking information as specific as the individual printed circuit board
to better identify where the product is, where this product is stored and detect
bottlenecks within the manufacturing process. A properly executed RFID system can
greatly improve efficiencies, control costs and streamline overall production processes.
Additional benefits of applying the RFID tag at the PCB level is to assist in inventory
control, aftermarket service, warrantee returns and counterfeiting prevention.

Manufacturers are looking for a RFID tracking method that provides the following
solutions:
Item level tracking
Capable of implementing at the start of the PCB assembly
Functional at the start of the PCB assembly
Implementation of RFID should not represent a bottleneck
Compatible with current information systems
Provides privacy and security protection
Implementation cost should be low enough to provide positive return on
investment
Easy to modify for different assemblies and production lines
Capable of withstanding electro static discharge (ESD)
Functional within finished goods
Compatible across all industries for supply chain management
Advantages of PCB tags over other packaging:
Global acceptance
Convenient package size
Flexible mounting process options
Readability from finished product
Very high temperature tolerance
Very high stability and reliability
Cost effective

Feature:
Independent R&D team. Completely self-owned technology.
Up to 0-12m reading distance (2x of regular metal tag)
Frequency Hopping working mode, with strong anti-jamming ability
Passive UHF type, cost-effective solution
Heat-resistant engineering material ABS. High quality apply to kinds of severe environment

Application:
Warehousing Management / Equipment Inventroy
Large Fixed-asset Management
Manufacturing Process Tracking
Express / Logistic / Seaport containers Mangement System
IT asset management tracking, Item finding
Supply Chain Control
Security
Electrombile/Car Mangement

Specification:

Protocol EPC global C1 Gen2 / ISO 18000-6C
Frequency 920-925MHz, 902-928MHz, 865-868MHz Optional
Working Mode Read/Write
Modulation Mode FHSS
Chip Impinj Monza 4QT
Packaging Material PCB
Read Range Fixed reader: 0-8 m, Handheld: 0-5m
On Metal or Balanced On Metal and Balanced
Size Various
Weight 8 – 20g (depends on size)
User Memory TID : 64 bits, EPC ≥ 96 bits, User : 512 bits
Data Rate Forward: 40-160kbits/s, reverse:40-640kbits/s
Data Protection Password modify, lock, kill
Data-hold >10 years, Wipe more than 100000 times
Ambient Temperature -40°C ~ 80°C
IP Rating IP68
Shock and Vibration MIL STD 810-F ; BS EN 60068-2
Attachment With self adhesive (3M) or screws
Warranty 60 months

EM4423 chip-Dual Frequency NFC Type 2 & EPC GEN2V2 Transponder IC

EM4423 – also branded EM Echo – corresponds to the latest generation of EM Microelectronic contactless devices, bringing innovative features to the NFC and EPCTM worlds. The chip combines two functionalities on one single die, the EPC technology used for long range application purposes and the NFC used to exchange data in a proximity range. Both protocols may share a common unique ID.

Targeted applications and market segments include retail, product authentication or smart NFC posters.

A tag or label based on the EM4423 provides multiple benefits and usages via the EPCcommunication interface like stock inventory, product returns, and data privacy. The same tag or label also enables new marketing services like product information or loyalty programs using an NFC enabled smartphone.

The chip is a dual frequency device supporting ISO/IEC14443 Type A, NFC ForumTM Type 2 specifications, ISO/IEC18000-63 and EPC Gen2 V2. Additional features have been added to provide chip privacy. For the NFC interface, the smart counter increments its value each time the NFC message has been read by the end-user.

Each chip is manufactured with a 96-bit unalterable unique identifier (UID) to ensure full traceability. The same UID number is used by both RF protocols. During an ISO/IEC14443 anti-collision procedure, the 7 bytes which are part of the 96-bit are sent back by the transponder IC.

The EM4423 offers two non-volatile memories which are accessible by both RF air interfaces. The two memories are segmented to implement multiple applications.

EM4423 supports the optional BlockWrite command, enabling the fast encoding of a 96-bit EPC. EM4423 also supports the optional Untraceable command to hide portions of memory of the tag or label.

Solutions
*NFC
Product Information
Wifi, Bluetooth pairings
Smart posters, Advertisings
Coupons, loyalty programs

*EPC
Supply chain management
Tracking and tracing
Container identification
Asset control

EM4423 Features:
Dual Frequency 1-step inlay manufacturing
Common unique ID
Shared memory
Minimum 100k write cycles endurance
Minimum 10 years data retention
Extended temperature range (-40°C to +85°C)
Sawn wafers, 3/6-mil thickness, gold bumps
HF/NFC Interface
ISO/IEC 14443A -3 compliant tag
NFC Forum Type 2 compatible
Enables NDEF data structure configurations
Communication baud rates at 106kbps
7 Bytes unique ID number using same serialization as UHF interface
1920-bit user’s memory
Anti-tearing support for NFC capability container (CC) and Static/Dynamic lock bytes
NFC Memory locking mechanism per block/page
ACCESS counter increased at first reading
Optional UHF memory mapping
Optional read-only locking function
Optional security timeout for unsuccessful LOGINs
17pF or 50pF NFC on-chip resonant capacitor
UHF/EPC Interface
ISO/IEC 18000-63 compliant
EPC Gen2 V2 compliant
Alteration EAS compliant
TAG alteration (Core) compliant
128-bit or 224-bit UII/EPC
96-bit TID number using same serialization as NFC interface
160-bit or 64-bit USER memory bank
32-bit Access and Kill passwords
Fast writing using the BlockWrite command
BlockPermalock of USER memory
NFC field detection and used as power supply
NFC ACCESS counter status readable

More RFId chip types view http://www.oprfid.com /rfidchip.html

EM4325 chip-4 kbit Read/Write, EPC Gen2 and TOTAL / ISO 18000-63 (Gen2) and ISO 18000-64 (TOTAL) Passive or Battery-Assisted Passive RFID IC

EM4325 is a Class-3 Generation-2 (Gen2) IC that is compliant with ISO/IEC 18000-63 (Gen2) & ISO/IEC 18000-64 (TOTAL) as well as EPCTM Class-1 Generation-2. The chip offers an advanced feature set leading to a performance beyond that of standard Gen2 chips and can be either battery powered or beam powered by the RF energy transmitted from a reader. In a battery assisted passive (BAP) configuration, the EM4325 offers superior reading range and reliability compared to purely passive RFID solutions.

EM4325 includes 4096 bits of high speed non-volatile memory (EEPROM) that is organized into 64 pages with 4 words per page. The chip supports either ISO or EPCTM data structures that are compliant with EPCglobal Tag Data Standards, Version 1.8, and is delivered with a Unique Identifier (UID) to ensure full traceability.

EM4325 supports advanced applications by providing programmable external interfaces for an auxiliary function and a 4-bit I/O port. The auxiliary function may be configured as an input for tamper detection or as an output for notification of RF events to external devices. The 4-bit I/O may be configured to support 4 discrete signals or as a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus. The chip may serve as either an SPI Master device or an SPI Slave device. The programmable external interfaces allow the EM4325 to function as an RF front end and protocol handler in advanced RFID tags or embedded applications. In a passive configuration, the programmable external interfaces allow the EM4325 to serve as a SPI Master with energy harvesting and provide power to external components.

Battery supply management is provided to prolong battery life in BAP applications. The chip supports programmable duty cycle control, auto-switching between battery powered and beam powered operation, and programmable enable/disable of an ultra-low power mode for extended storage applications.

EM4325 features:
UHF (860 MHz – 960 MHz) RFID IC
ISO 18000-63 (Gen2) & 18000-64 (TOTAL) compliant
EPCTM Gen2 compliant
AIAGTM B-11 compliant
4096-bit non-volatile memory (EEPROM)
48 bit manufacturer programmed IC Serial Number
352 bits for UII/EPC encoding
3072 bits for User data / 3008 bits for TOTAL data
128-bit Register File
BlockErase and BlockWrite commands for high speed memory transactions
BlockPermalock command for User memory
Forward link data rates: 26.7 to 128 kbps assuming equiprobable data
Return link data rates: 40 to 640 kbps with subcarrier modulated data rates of 0.625 to 320 kbps
TOTAL data rates: 64, 128, 160, 256, or 320 Kbps
Coordinated Universal Time Clock (UTC)
Integrated temperature sensor
Programmable monitoring and alarm conditions for temperature sensor including time stamp
Programmable auxiliary function: input for tamper detection or output for notification of RF events
Programmable 4-bit I/O port: configurable as 4 discrete signals or as a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Bus
Battery assistance for superior reading range and reading reliability
Rectifier that allows purely passive operation in case the battery is flat or not present
Battery supply management to prolong battery life
Battery supply range: 1.25V to 3.6V
Low battery alarm threshold: 1.3V or 2.2V
Extended temperature range: -40°C to +85°C

More RFId chip types view http://www.oprfid.com /rfidchip.html

EM4324 chip-1 kbit Read/Write, EPC Gen2 / ISO 18000-63 Type C Passive or Battery-Assisted Passive RFID IC

EM4324 is a long range passive / battery-assisted UHF RFID tag IC compliant with the ISO 18000-6C / EPCglobal Class-1 Generation-2 protocol. The chip offers an advanced feature set (EPC+) leading to a performance beyond that of standard Gen2 chips. Battery-assisted, EM4324 offers superior reading range and reliability compared to purely passive RFID solutions. The battery- assisted mode is tailored to harsh environment applications where other passive UHF solutions fail e.g. in the presence of water or metal.

The EM4324 current consumption has been optimized to maximize battery lifetime. Even if the battery is flat, the chip continues to operate and communicate with the reader in passive mode.

The memory size is 1024 bits enabling support of ISO or EPC data structures. Each chip is delivered with a 64-bit Unique Identifier to ensure full traceability. The EM4324 includes a tamper detection circuit to support E-seal applications. Tamper detection can be implemented using a simple continuity loop, with heat sensitive fuse wire, with sensors having both high and low impedance states, or with external devices controlling an electronic switch such as a MOSFET.

Solutions

Supply Chain Management
Tracking and Tracing
Container Identification
Access Control
Asset Control
E-seals

EM4324 features:
ISO 18000-6C compliant
EPC Class-1 Gen-2 compliant
1024-bit non-volatile memory
720-bit user’s free memory
96-bit EPC numbers supported
64-bit manufacturer-programmed Unique Identifier (TID / UID)
Forward link data rates: 40 to 160 kbit/s
Return link data rates: 40 to 640 kbit/s
Tamper detection
Battery assistance mode for unsurpassed reading range and reading reliability
Rectifier that allows passive operation in case the battery is flat or not present
Support of near-field mode enabling reading e.g. through water
Support of parallel-inductance matching for improved matching
32-bit password-protected Kill command
32-bit password-protected Access command
Anti-tearing feature to prevent malicious unlocking
Extended temperature range (–20°C to +85°C)
Available also in TSSOP-8 package

More RFId chip types view http://www.oprfid.com /rfidchip.html

EM4298 chip-UHF Decoder/Encoder circuit, iP-X, ISO 18000-6A/B & C compliant

The EM4298 is a single chip decoder which enables fast and cost-effective RFID UHF reader designs. EM4298 can be used in mixed populations of RW and RO RFID tags.

Data encoding and decoding options are configurable by an external uC. PIE or PPE encoding can be used for the forward link. The return data link can be in FM0, PPE or Miller coding with data bitrate is variable up to 640 kbit/s. The EM4298 is able to track up to ±10% in tag clock frequency variation.

The EM4298 is expected to work as a memory mapped peripheral. The chip verifies the received data against CRC but the CRC is also passed to the uC. The configuration can be changed by the uC at any time, but might result in the loss of one word. The EM4298 chip can be reset by the uC when necessary e.g. when synchronization is lost. In this case the chip configuration is kept.

One word of up to 552 bits is buffered.

EM4298 Solutions
Low cost multi-protocol UHF RFID reader devices
Hand-held RFID reader devices
Wireless communication

EM4298 features:
Supports all of the EM RFID UHF air interfaces
Air interface is ISO18000-6 type A and B compliant
Air interface is EPC C1G2 compliant
Requires only the addition of RF front-end and uC supervision
Software configuration of the forward and return link data-rates
Buffer one word up to 552 bits
Reset command on the Command bus
Operating temperature range from -40°C to +85 °C

More RFId chip types view http://www.oprfid.com /rfidchip.html

EM4126 chip-Read/Write, EPC Gen2 / ISO 18000-63 Type C Passive RFID IC

EM4126 is a UHF RFID IC compliant with both ISO/IEC 18000-63 (formerly known as 18000-6 Type C) and EPCTM Class-1 Generation-2.

The EM4126 has 224 bits of non-volatile memory (16 bit PC Word and 208 bit UII/EPC Code) enabling the support of ISO or EPC data structures.

EM4126 achieves a typical read sensitivity of -19 dBm at the chip level, which translates into a typical -21 dBm sensitivity at the tag level for a dipole-like antenna with 2 dBi gain (25us TARI, 250 kHz BLF).

EPC is a trademark of EPCglobal Inc.

EM4126 Solutions
Supply chain management
Tracking and tracing
Container identification
Access control
Asset control

EM4126 Features;
ISO 18000-63 compliant
EPC Class-1 Generation-2 compliant
208-bit UII / EPC encodings are supported
32-bit Short Tag Identification (TID)
-19 dBm (-21 dBm) typical IC (tag) read sensitivity
Forward link data rates: 40 to 160 kbit/s
Return link data rates: 40 to 640 kbit/s
Support of near-field mode enabling reading e.g. through water
Support of parallel-inductance matching for improved matching
Extended temperature range (-40°C to +85°C)

More RFId chip types view http://www.oprfid.com /rfidchip.html

EM4124 chip

EM4124 is a certified EPCTM Class-1 Generation-2 (Gen2) IC and compliant with ISO/IEC 18000-6:2010 Type C. Each chip is manufactured with a 64-bit Unique Identifier to ensure full traceability.

The EM4124 has 176 bits of non-volatile memory (16 bit PC Word, 96 bit EPC Code, 32 bit Kill Password and 32 bit Access Password), enabling the support of ISO or EPC data structures.

EM4124 achieves a typical read sensitivity of -19 dBm at the chip level, which translates into a typical -21 dBm sensitivity at the tag level for a dipole-like antenna with 2 dBi gain (25us TARI, 250 kHz BLF).

EM4124 chip Solutions:
Supply chain management
Tracking and tracing
Container identification
Access control
Asset control

EM4124 chip Features:
ISO 18000-6C compliant
EPC Class-1 Gen-2 certified
96-bit EPC / UII encodings are supported
64-bit manufacturer-programmed & locked Unique Identifier (TID / UID)
-19 dBm (-21 dBm) typical IC (tag) read sensitivity
32-bit password-protected Kill command
32-bit password-protected Access command
Optional deactivate function to address privacy concerns for retail applications
Extended temperature range (–40°C to +85°C)

More RFId chip types view http://www.oprfid.com /rfidchip.html

Mifare® Classic 1K S50

Mifare® Classic 1K S50 is one of the most common high frequency chip, which has many applications such as Public transportation, Access control, Event ticketing, Gaming & identity, etc

NXP has developed the MIFARE® MF1ICS50 to be used in a contactless smart card according to ISO/IEC 14443 Type A. The MIFARE® MF1ICS50 IC is used in applications like public transport ticketing where major cities have adopted MIFARE as their e-ticketing solution of choice.

Mifare® Classic 1K S50 Technical Features:
Contactless transmission of data and supply energy (no battery needed)
Operating distance: Up to 100 mm (depending on antenna geometry)
Operating frequency: 13.56 MHz
Data transfer: 106 kbit/s
Data integrity: 16 Bit CRC, parity, bit coding, bit counting
True anticollision
Typical ticketing transaction: \< 100 ms (including backup management)
1 Kbyte, organised in 16 sectors with 4 blocks of 16 sectors with 16 bytes each (one block consists of 16 bytes)
User definable access conditions for each memory block
Data retention of 10 years
Write endurance 100.000 cycles
Mutual three pass authentication (ISO/IEC DIS9798-2)
Data encryption on RF-channel with replay attack protection
Individual set of two keys per sector (per application) to support multi-application with key hierarchy
Unique serial number for each device
Transport key protects access to EEPROM on chip delivery