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Mounting or embedding RFID tags on metal

2017-8-1 View:
"Mounting or embedding RFID tags on metal is a tricky proposition for the uninformed, and the informed for that matter. Metal surfaces reflect energy emitted from RFID readers and create interference for RFID tag antennas, which means the tag isn’t able to receive power and transmit information; however, specific RFID tags will work around metal surfaces. RFID companies have patented technology that allows RFID to work when attached to metal surfaces and even embedded within metal products. As long as you choose the correct RFID equipment for your situation and application, you won’t need to worry about interference from metal.

1.What industries are using metal mount tags?
RFID on metal tags are perfect for asset and tool tracking in medical devices for healthcare, laptops & servers in IT (information technology), industrial manufacturing, oil & gas pipelines, vehicle tracking identification, and many other industry verticals. With the recent developments in RFID technology, the possible applications of metal mount RFID tags are expansive in scope.

2.What sort of conditions and environments are metal tags suitable for?
Because so many metal surfaces are exposed to harsh conditions, many RFID on-metal tags are specially designed and equipped to withstand harsh conditions. These rugged RFID tags are typically encased within a hard shell and will survive hard impacts, moisture exposure, and extreme temperatures.

3.How can I attach these Read on Metal tags to different metal surfaces?
Since the employment of metal mount RFID tags vary greatly across different industries, manufacturers provide tags suitable for the environments of your applications. Each style of on-metal tag has a unique method of attachment.

4.Who can offer Mounting or embedding RFID tags on metal?
OPP IOT is a high-new technical enterprise dedicated into RFID industry development. We keeps developing and innovating in RFID field, especially the remarkable achievement- UHF tags.
Our Special tags can Mounting or embedding on metal,High temperature resistance,IP68 Waterproof ,Flame retardant and so on.

 
     
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