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DuraDestruct RFID Tracking Stickers


  • Ideal for security applications such as access control
  • Deters transferability as tag is rendered useless upon removal from original surface
  • Read range up to 40’ on glass
  • Custom printing and logos on tags available
  • Patented product design
  • Compatible with RFID Tracking Software

DuraDestruct Security RFID Tag's specialized construction for glass surfaces eliminates the transferability of the RFID tag and incorporates two levels of destructibility. If someone attempts to remove the RFID tracking stickers the RFID antenna construction breaks into separate pieces making the read range of the tag mere inches. The portion that is still adhered to will literally disintegrate if an attempt is made to remove it from the object.

This unique feature ensures that the RFID tracking stickers cannot be tampered with or transferred to another object without being completely destroyed. The DuraDestruct Security RFID Tag provides an extra layer of protection for valuable items, ensuring that they cannot be stolen or tampered with without detection. With its innovative design and high level of security, this RFID tag is the perfect solution for protecting glass surfaces and preventing unauthorized access.

What is an RFID windshield tag?

A RFID windshield tag is a type of RFID tag specifically designed to be affixed to the windshield of a vehicle. These tags are commonly used for electronic toll collection systems, parking access control, vehicle identification, and other automotive applications. Windshield RFID tags typically contain an RFID chip and antenna embedded within a durable housing, such as a windshield sticker or transponder. The tag is adhered to the inside surface of the vehicle's windshield, allowing for easy and unobtrusive installation.

When the vehicle passes through an RFID reader or antenna at a toll booth, parking lot entrance, or other checkpoint, the RFID tag transmits a unique identifier wirelessly, enabling automatic identification and processing of the vehicle. Windshield RFID tags offer a convenient and efficient means of vehicle identification and access control, contributing to improved traffic flow and enhanced customer experience.

Can an RFID tag be read through glass?

Whether or not an RFID tag can be read through glass depends on several factors, including the type of RFID tag, the frequency of operation, and the thickness and composition of the glass. In general, RFID tags operating at high frequencies, such as HF (High Frequency) and UHF (Ultra High Frequency), can penetrate glass to some extent and be read from the other side. However, the effectiveness of reading RFID tags through glass may be reduced if the glass is thick or contains metallic coatings, which can attenuate the radio frequency signals.

Additionally, the orientation of the RFID tag relative to the reader and the distance between the tag and the glass surface can also affect readability. While some RFID tags may be readable through glass under certain conditions, it's not always guaranteed, and testing may be necessary to determine the feasibility in specific applications.

What is the difference between an RFID windshield tag and an RFID vehicle tag?

The difference between an RFID windshield tag and an RFID vehicle tag lies in their placement and intended use of the RFID tag in car. An RFID windshield tag is specifically designed to be affixed to the windshield of a vehicle, typically in the form of a windshield sticker or transponder. These tags are commonly used for applications such as electronic toll collection, parking access control, and vehicle identification.

In contrast, RFID vehicle tags can be attached to various parts of a vehicle, such as the license plate, bumper, or windshield. While both types of tags utilize RFID technology for wireless communication, RFID windshield tags are typically designed for permanent or semi-permanent attachment to the windshield, whereas the RFID sticker for car offers more flexibility in terms of placement and application.

Specifications Data
Material Polyester
Serialization Bar code and human-readable equivalent are produced using the latest high-resolution digital technology available, which provides excellent clarity and easy scanning. Code 39 is the standard symbology with a range of 2.7 to 5.4 CPI (characters per inch). Optional symbology is Code 128.
Label Copy The label copy may include block type, stylized type, logos or other designs.
Colors Standard colors include black, red, yellow, green, dark blue, orange, purple or blue. Custom spot colors also are available at no additional charge. Because of contrast needed for the bar code scanner, all bar codes are black.
Standard Adhesive Pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive
Frequency Range Worldwide UHF RFID Operation (840 – 960 MHz)
Sizes 3" x .75"
Packaging Produced and shipped in roll form
Destructive Test Data
Chemical Test Summary
Samples applied to glass panels, allowed to wet out for 72 hours, immersed in chemicals below at ambient room temperature conditions. Inlays in all samples still reading after 48 hours of exposure.
Key: NE = No effect; AO = adhesive ooze; PE = print erosion under laminate
Chemical Test Data
Water Salt Water 5% NaCI Bathroom Cleaner Glass Cleaner Windex Commercial Line Isopropanol Brake Fluid DOT 3 Acetone Diesel Fuel Nitric Acid pH 1.0 =/- 0.01 Hydrochloric Acid pH 1.0 =/- 0.01 Sodium Hydroxide pH 12.0 =/- 0.01
Temperature Test Summary
Samples applied to glass panels at ambient room temperature conditions, sit for 72 hours, then placed in freezer set to -40F for 24 hours. All inlays reading prior to removal from the freezer, all tags still destructible prior to removal from the freezer. Samples then exposed to each temperature noted below for 1 hour. All tags still destructible while at 200F. Inlays quit reading after exposure to 400F. Key:
NE = no effect; TD = Sample materials discolored; TP = Sample print degradation; TM = Tag melted/destroyed; SS = sample shrinking; adhesive ooze at edges
Temperature Test Data
200° 250° 300° 350° 400° 450° 500°
Read Range Test Data
DuraDestruct Voyanic Anechoic Chamber test results
Substrate ETSI FCC
Windshield glass 26.78 34.8
Tempered glass 19.8 29.88
Polypropylene 5.6 11.24
HDPE 4.55 8.35
Wood 5.0 9.73
Corrugated Paper 1.9 3.73
Barcode Readability Test Data
Abrasion Test Summary
Tags survived 6,000 revolutions on Taber Abrader with CS-10 wheels, 1000g total load.
Abrasion Test Data
Label Adhesion Test Data
Pull Test Data


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