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Full range of high-performance RFID solutions for applications requiring long read distance.
OPPIOT is one of the most professional UHF RFID tag suppliers. Find here the best quality and suitable UHF RFID tag with competitive price from our factory.
Here is parts of our UHF tag products:
UHF rfid cards http://www.oprfid.com/RFIDCARD-UHFcard.html
UHF rfid inlay http://www.oprfid.com/uhf-inlay-antenna.html
UHF Anti-metal tag http://www.oprfid.com/uhf-metal-tag.html

OPPIOT’s UHF Tags portfolio is built around a comprehensive set of optimized designs for applications mainly targeting the industrial market, such as parking lot access, asset tracking, and logistics. UHF technology uses the radio wave frequency spectrum, allowing reading distances of several meters (equivalent to several dozen feet), depending on the size of the tags and the operating power transmitted by the UHF reader.

UHF Tags Typical Applications
* Supply chain and inventory management
* Asset and personnel tracking
* Logistics
* Industrial and manufacturing
* Brand protection and anti-counterfeiting
* Consumable authentication
* Real time location systems
* Gate and perimeter access control
* Pharmaceutical and healthcare
* Entertainment and travel

OPPIOT’s passive inlays and labels provide a high level of performance with existing UHF readers. These products are also designed to work via broadband in different regions around the globe with a supported frequency range between 860 - 960 MHz. The designs leverage Identiv’s extensive expertise in RFID deployments and are built to outperform existing solutions available on the market.

OPPIOT’s UHF Tags catalog contains a series of different designs — including different dimensions and form factors, like dry or wet inlays with adhesive backing or labels — that target different sets of environments, such as plastic, wood, or physical human and animal bodies. The above table presents Identiv’s standard UHF ISO/IEC 18000-6C EPC Class 1 Gen 2 offerings. For other inlay sizes, target applications, chips, protocols, or target environments, please contact Identiv to build the product that will meet your project requirements.

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