High Temperature and Heat Resistant RFID Tags – Questions to Consider:

Why are the labels or tags being applied? (traceability, stock control or tracking)
What is the maximum temperature your label needs to survive? For how long?
At what temperature will your label be applied?
Does the label or tag need to be heated and cooled many times?
What material will the label be attached to?
Will it be rubbed?
Will any chemicals be applied to the label?
What needs to be printed on the label?
How will the labels be applied to the item?
If you need high temperature RFID tags, please contact with our experts today
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Why You Need a Asset Tag?

Asset tags are an incredibly valuable resource for entities with physical assets that must be inventoried, monitored and tracked. With asset tags, the burden of physical record-keeping is drastically reduced, leaving less room for human error and vastly improving the accuracy of your documentation.

Physical asset monitoring. Track your company’s physical assets and resources with ease.
Automate inventory control. Combined with an asset tracking software application, asset ID labels streamline the otherwise stressful task of inventory management. With every scan, your records are up-to-date and accurate—pull up inventory status, plan re-orders and schedule deliveries with a few clicks.
Precise maintenance management. Many organizations rely on physical assets to perform services. Automate your maintenance management control processes and maintain accurate records on repairs, replacement scheduling and standard maintenance and calibration.
Loss prevention. Asset tags are extremely useful for deterring theft. Camcode’s Tamper-Evident Polyester Labels, for instance, can quickly alert inventory control managers of attempts at theft and unauthorized transfers.

What are Inside of UHF RFID Tags?

A basic UHF RFID tags are comprised of an antenna and the IC.

Antenna – A tag’s antenna is unique to that specific type of tag and its job is to receive RF waves, energize the IC, and then backscatter the modulated energy to the RFID antenna.

Integrated Circuit (IC)/Chip – the integrated circuit, also called the chip, contains four memory banks, processing information, send and receive information, and anti-collision protocols. Each IC type is unique, and there are only a handful of manufacturers. The main variation between ICs is the number of bits in the respective memory banks.

The four memory banks are as follows:
* EPC Memory Bank – contains the Electronic Product Code which can vary in length from 96 to 496 bits. Some manufacturers use a randomized, unique number, while others use random repeating numbers.
* User Memory Bank – the User memory bank can range from 32 bits to over 64k bits and is not included on every IC. If the tag does possess a User memory bank, it can be used for user defined data about the item. This could be information like item type, last service date, or serial number.
Reserved Memory Bank – the Reserved memory bank contains the access and lock passwords which enable the tag memory to be locked by the user and require a password to view or edit.
* TID Memory Bank – the TID memory bank contains the Tag Identifier which is a randomized, unique number that is set by the manufacturer and cannot be changed. In order for the reader to read this number instead of the EPC, the reader settings must be changed to accommodate.
Because there is a chance that a tag’s EPC number is not unique, it is imperative to check before purchasing. Specifications may denote either “unique, randomized EPC number” or “Not guaranteed to be unique” (or some similar phrase). If you purchase a tag without a unique randomized EPC number, it may need to be reencoded with a new, specific number. RFID readers are not able to differentiate between two tags that share the same EPC value.

The EPC number of each tag is read to identify the tag as well as the item that is tagged. If no software is used, the tag will simply read the EPC number; but, by incorporating software, it is possible to associate that number with a name, serial number, or even a picture on a database.

OPP IOT will help you choose the right RFID technology and tags

Choosing the right RFID technology and RFID tags are essential for a successful deployment. Several factors need to be considered while deciding on tags. Size and form factor, tolerance to environmental conditions, read range, cost, ruggedness and aesthetics are some of the factors being evaluated. OPP IOT offers a range of RFID tags suitable for a wide variety of use cases and requirements.
More info please contact us:
OPP IOT Technologies CO., LTD.
Address: 2104 Room SANDI International Finance Centre,249# MingXin Street LongQiao,ChengXiang Putian City Fujian, P.R, China
P.C: 351100
Tel: (00865942790031
E-mail: info@oppiot.com
WhatsApp: +86 180 3034 2267
Website:http://www.oppiot.com

RFID Store Management System With UHF RFID Tags

RFID store management system, is based on RFID identification technology for goods identification tracking, management and inspection of goods information platform. The system combines advanced RFID identification technology and computer database management query, automatically identify information. Application RFID store management can greatly save human and material resources, convenient management, improve efficiency and accuracy, but also the statistics of data.

Why choose RFID tag application in store management?
Using RFID tag for store management, inventory security and quality control. RFID is a technology that uses radio waves for communication between tag and reader. The RFID tag is made up of a microchip attached to an antenna. The reader is effective at reading data from and writing data to the UHF asset tags.

RFID store management system is composed of card labeling, outbound management, inbound management, allocation and shift, inventory and additional functions. Outbound management system includes outbound cargo application, outbound cargo identification, outbound record transmission. Warehouse entry management system includes warehouse location allocation settings, unloading items identification, warehouse entry record management.

Compared to a traditional warehouse
Traditional warehousing, using manual way to record,which is cumbersome, inefficient, prone to error, and relatively high cost, especially inconvenient to statistics and management. RFID store management system is used to implement the whole process control and management of each link of warehousing, and RFID tag management can be realized. Standardized operation of the whole receiving, delivering and other links is removed. Manual input steps are removed to solve the problem of outdated and lagging warehouse information. The combination of RFID technology and information technology helps enterprises make reasonable and effective use of warehouse space to provide customers with the best service in a fast, accurate and low-cost way.

OPP IOT RFID tag customization service

OPP IOT provides the complete RFID tag customization services, users may have the service options for: RFID tag date encoding, tag ladling & printing, laser engraving & direct printing, for some special application where needs the tag to be able to withstand chemical erosions, the special RFID tag coating services are also available at OPP IOT. To get more information about our RFID tag customization service, please contact our application engineers today for more information.
OPP IOT Technologies CO., LTD.
Address: 2104 Room SANDI International Finance Centre,249# MingXin Street LongQiao,ChengXiang Putian City Fujian, P.R, China
P.C: 351100
Tel: (00865942790031
E-mail: info@oppiot.com
WhatsApp: +86 180 3034 2267
Website:http://www.oppiot.com

RFID tags for Retail

Apply the power of RFID (Radio frequency identification) in your retail environment! RFID technology goes beyond barcode scanning. It automates data collection without the risk of human error. With an RFID handheld scanner, you can read tags simultaneously and without direct line of sight increasing efficiency and productivity in a store.

All RFID tags within range can be tracked and located immediately to ensure the correct location from supply chain to on the floor. Retailers can have access to product information, item location, availability, item level tracking, stock maintenance to ensure greater efficiency and sufficient supply level to meet consumer demand.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) are helping retail stores across the country improving customer experience, inventory accuracy, and a way to present wider sets of products to customers who are a little more selective.

RFID Tags have the ability to hold information that identifies the products, its country of origin, materials used, production date, the handling process, and any other important information that took place in the supply chain. Some retailers are using RFID tagging to track products at all of their locations.

According to the RFID Lab, manufacturers using RFID tagging will see an 80 percent improvement in shipping and picking accuracy, at the same time being able to increase the receiving time by 90 percent. This will allow retailers to communicate more efficiently with their manufacturers for expedited reorders, improved planning, and forecasting of products.

RFID Class-1 Generation-2 (“Gen-2”) tags

RFID Class-1 Generation-2 (“Gen-2”) tags are used for item level identification in retail environments. “Class-1” refers to the functionality of the tag while “Gen-2” refers to the physcial and logical standards of tag and the encompassing system. These standards are maintained by EPCglobal. “Gen-2” standards were adopted in December of 2004 and offer many advantages over “Gen-1” such as: – An interoperable, global standard – Faster and more flexible read speeds – Faster, more accurate performance through the use of advanced anticollision protocols – An easier way to deploy many readers at one time to end users – Enhanced sercuirty and privacy.
RFID tags are classified as Class 0 through Class 5, depending on their functionality:
Class 0 UHFl read-only, preprogrammed passive tag
Class 1 UHF or HF; write once, read many (WORM)
Class 2 Passive read-write tags that can be written to at any point in the supply chain
Class 3 Read-write with onboard sensors capable of recording parameters like temperature, pressure, and motion; can be semipassive or active
Class 4 Read-write active tags with integrated transmitters; can communicate with other tags and readers
Class 5 Similar to Class 4 tags but with additional functionality; can provide power to other tags and communicate with devices other than readers
(Class-1 Gen-2 RFID tags are backward-compatible with Gen-1 Class-0 and Class 1 tags.)