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
HF 13.56MHz, UHF GLOBAL 860MHz-960MHz
ISO14443, ISO15693 ,ISO 18000
Material: PVC, PET
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℃
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.