What is a RFID tag?
RFID tags is short for Radio Frequency Identification and also be called an RFID chip. RFID tags are small devices that utilize low-power radio waves to receive, store, and transmit data to nearby readers. But it can only read in one direction.
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What is the difference between NFC tags and RFID tags?
NFC tags is short for Near Field Communication and can be understood as a subset of RFID technology, using RFID's high-frequency (13.56MHz) standard. It operates at a maximum range of 4 inches (10cm) and can be set up for one- or two-way communications.
NFC tags are used in contactless payment systems, similar to those used in credit cards and electronic ticket smart cards, and allow mobile payment to replace or supplement these systems.
RFID tags operate in three frequency ranges: Low Frequency (LF), High Frequency (HF), Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) , and microwave frequency bands. Different frequency bands cause different power and different transmission distances.
|Low Frequency||High Frequency||Ultra-High Frequency||microwave frequency|
|Common bands||125 KHz; 135KHz||13.56 Mhz||433Mhz; 868-960MHz||2.45Ghz; 5.8Ghz|
RFID Tags Size
RFID tags can be affixed to a variety of surfaces and are widely available in various sizes and designs. Tell us your needs, We will work hard to help you to get great results.
RFID Tags Material
RFID tags come in a wide array of form factors including but not limited to wet inlays, dry inlays, labels, wristbands, hard tags, cards, stickers, and fobs.
Different finished products are made of different materials. For example, the materials commonly used for wristbands are soft PVC, silicone, Tyvek/PP, PVC, etc. The RFID Tie Tags are made of ABS material and colors can be choosed.
RFID Tags Application
RFID tags are frequently used for merchandise, but they can also be used to track vehicles, pets, and even patients with Alzheimer's disease.