RFID anti-metal & high-temperature resistance tag OPP4215 Application in Automotive production line

RFID anti-metal & high-temperature resistance tag
RFID anti-metal & high-temperature resistance tag

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All those processes must in order, RFID anti-metal & high-temperature resistance tag OPP4215 can records each step during the process. Even pass work on to the next shift, workers only scan the tag can know clearly what is the next step should do.

When the QC find some problems, scan the tag, can get the name, time of who and when taking charge of this process at once. In this way, workers are serious and responsible for each step, quality guaranteed, effective improved. If you like, you can re-use those RFID vehicle tags for next batch.

OPP4215 RFID tag also can application in:
1)Automotive production line
2)Metal pallet management
3)Warehouse management
4)Asset management

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RFID Tag ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS

The environmental conditions that the RFID tag may encounter during its lifetime are major considerations in tag selection. A tag embedded within the product may encounter high temperatures and pressures during product manufacturing, and it must be able to survive those conditions. Evaluate environmental conditions not only within your own facility but also in any environment the tag will travel through during its entire lifetime. These environmental conditions may affect the tag’s read range or read rate:
* The substrate may absorb moisture or may become brittle and crack.
* The adhesive may not hold the tag due to moisture or chemicals and the tag may fall off the item.
* The interconnection between the antenna and the IC may break due to vibration or due to repeated flexing of the tag.
* The antenna may be weakened due to corrosive effects of the chemicals in the environment.
You may need to use encapsulated tags that are protected from abrasion or chemicals in the environment.

RFID tag for Pallet Tracking

Many companies lease pallets and other logistics containers in order to offload the cost of maintaining their own pallet fleet. However,managing the return of these items has often proven challenging for pallet providers. Although many companies currently use cheaper wood pallets, demand for reusable plastic pallets has increased in recent years because of fears about crosscontamination from meat and other food products shipped on wooden pallets (which are often scrapped afterward), and new International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) requirements for the fumigation of wood pallets to prevent the spread of invasive insects. Plastic pallets also last longer and are lighter than their wood counterparts, which can save on freight costs.

A system for tracking the pallets while they were in circulation was desperately needed. Bar code technology was proposed, but determined to be insufficient for the application for two reasons. First, because these pallets are for carrying fresh produce, each pallet re-entering the facility is treated with a variety of cleaning chemicals and high-pressure washing. Bar codes simply could not endure these conditions. Also, the life of any pallet inevitably involves a significant amount of bumping and bruising, and even a small scratch can render a barcode useless.

OPP IOT provides a wide range of RFID pallet Tags in UHF frequencies and to suit any RFID application – even on-metal. Container or Pallet identification, Warehouse applications or Inventory and Asset marking. Our pallet tags are manufactured in various dimensions to suit your needs while meeting the required read range. Being compatible with most readers and printers in the industry while keeping consistent performance. These tags are made with high quality materials and adhesive for easy application, re-usability and durability.

RFID tag application in the data center

One of the most compelling uses of RFID tag is in the data center. You have a dense population of high dollar value, mission critical assets that must be tracked and accounted for. If you’ve ever tried to inventory a data center full of servers, you know how time consuming it can be to walk around with a list of serial numbers trying to reconcile the location of each server. Even if you have implemented a barcode solution, you still have to visually locate and individually scan each barcode. This process can be overwhelming. What happens when a server gets moved to a new rack and the system is not updated with the new rack location. Imagine trying to locate that sever 3 months later when there is a hard drive failure. It’s like looking for a needle in a hay stack.

By tagging severs with passive RFID tags, entire racks of servers can be reconciled in a matter of seconds, because RFID readers can read multiple tags simultaneously. Not only do you have immediate visibility of any server that might be missing from the rack, you also have visibility of servers that might have been moved to the rack but not updated in the system. This allows you to reconcile each rack and deal with exceptions before moving on to the next rack. Some RFID-based fixed asset tracking software solutions, such as RFTrack also allow you utilize a handheld RFID reader to locate missing assets. You can simply scan each rack until the missing server(s) are located. This feature alone could cut man-hours spent locating missing assets from hours of days to minutes or seconds.

High Temperature RFID Tag OPP4215

RFID UHF tags
RFID UHF tags

Our High Temperature RFID tags OPP4215 can withstand storage temperatures of up to 200 degrees Celsius and can operate in temperatures of up to 150 degrees Celsius. This allows our High Temperature RFID tags to be implemented in tracking assets in various industrial settings. For example, our High Temperature RFIDs can be comfortably used to track assets during industrial paint baking processes, which involve temperatures of 200 degrees Celsius. In addition to durability, our High Temperature RFID Tags are highly accurate and dependable. The Alien Higgs® 4 IC Chips in our tags have industry-leading performance, ensuring that your assets are accurately and reliably tracked.

RFID tag application in Asset tracking

Assets in most all shapes and sizes can be tracked with RFID tag or other RFID technology. Below are a few industries currently using RFID systems to successfully track valuable assets of all types, such as pallets, tools, and weapons.

Benefits Of RFID Tag In Asset Tracking Application:
1. Increase asset visibility: The most basic benefit of RFID asset tracking is the convenience and necessity of increased inventory and asset visibility.
2. Improve employee productivity: They no longer have to waste time on labor-intensive processes like scanning individual barcodes, searching for misplaced tools or equipment or counting inventory amounts.
3. Mitigate risk, theft and loss: With full visibility and real time information about your inventory and assets, your facility will be much more organized and productive – and therefore more profitable.

RFID Tag Application in Warehouse and distribution management

The implementation of RFID technology has improved operational efficiency and productivity in warehouses and distribution centers around the world. RFID technology typically complements of data capture technology like barcode or QR code already used in warehouse and distribution centers.

BENEFITS OF RFID TAG IN WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION
1. Reduce labor costs: Decrease primary warehouse worker functions including everything from inventory to pick/pack/ship to put away.
2. Increase inventory accuracy: Improve receiving efficiency and accuracy as well as picking and ordering accuracy.
3. Reduce inventory stock levels: Improve stock and demand generation visibility.
4. Reduce unsaleable and out-of-stock items: Leaner and lower levels of inventory mean faster inventory turns and less stagnant stock.
5. Improve customer satisfaction: Ensure the right goods reach the right customer at the right time.

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.

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.