RFID Inlay

RFID inlay
Radio-frequency identification, or RFID, technology provides identifying information about a person or an object, much like Barcodes technology does. The RFID inlay -- which can be as small as a grain of rice -- is the functional part of an RFID tag's label that encodes the identifying information. The RFID inlay uses radio frequency waves to relay information to a computer system via an RFID reader.
    The RFID inlay consists of two components. An integrated circuit or microchip that stores personal identifying information attaches to a small coil of aluminum, copper or silver wires called the antenna, which transmits and receives radio frequency signals. The microchip and antenna are then placed on a label, and the entire unit is encased in plastic.

RFID dry inlay / RFID wet inlay
Operating Frequency:
HF 13.56MHz, UHF GLOBAL 860MHz-960MHz
ISO14443, ISO15693 ,ISO 18000
Material: PVC, PET
dia.50mm,45*45mm, dia.45mm,40*25mm,,35*35mm
Thickness: 0.10 - 0.15mm ,
HF: AL Etching, Ultrasonic Embedding;
UHF: AL Etching
HF: FLIP chip,MOA2,
UHF: Flip chip
Working temperature: -25 ~ +55
Store temperature: -25 ~ +65

wet inlay
RFID wet inlay
wet inlay
RFID wet inlay
dry inlay
RFID dry inlay

Rfid inlay Types
RFID inlays are classified as "wet" or "dry." RFID inlays are considered "wet" if an adhesive is applied to the inlay to adhere it to a pressure-sensitive liner that comprises the label. Inlays are considered "dry" when the inlay is attached to the label without the use of an adhesive.


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