Our line of durable on-metal RFID tags and labels are perfect for your metal surface application projects. Designed to work on a variety of metal surfaces, our on-metal RFID tags work well for asset tagging, work-in-process and returnable container applications. Our mount-on-metal tags are available in on-site printable and preprint constructions so we can fit any requirement for on-demand printing and asset tracking projects.
Developed using the same premise as our original, the smaller EU Mini utilizes a patented inlay design and passive RFID technology to obtain incredible read ranges on a variety of different materials in the European frequency band (ETSI Band) - metal, plastic, even wood.
The European Universal RFID Asset Tag is a surface-independent tag that uses a unique inlay design and passive RFID technology to obtain excellent read ranges regardless of the surface – metal, plastic, even wood - allowing you to use only one RFID tag for your asset tracking application.
A versatile and affordable RFID tag made in the USA to fit a wide array of on-metal and standard applications, the Universal MC RFID Tag is available both preprinted and onsite printable to handle whatever asset tagging application you have.
The Universal RFID Hard Tag features impact-resistant housing combined with an ultrasonically welded seal protects the subsurface printed label and RFID inlay from harsh environments including harmful UV rays. Affixing methods include mechanical fasteners and/or adhesive.
The On-Site Printable Universal Mini RFID Tag is specifically designed to allow easy printing and encoding of RFID tags on-demand, providing a reliable, cost-effective solution for your on-site RFID printing.
Measuring 1 7/8" x 5/8", the Universal Micro RFID Tag is a great solution to your identification projects that require a small RFID tag with great read range. With a tiny footprint and low profile, the Universal Micro RFID Tag easily fits where other tags are too big and obtrusive.
With a smaller footprint and lower profile than the original Universal RFID Asset Tag, the Universal Mini RFID Tag easily fits in smaller places where other tags may be too large.
This revolutionary product line features surface-independent tags with a patented inlay designed to obtain excellent read range regardless of the surface - metal, plastic, even wood.
Regardless of your level of RFID expertise you are sure to find valuable information in our RFID handbook. Download a copy today! In this comprehensive RFID handbook, you'll explore the following:
- Ins and outs of what RFID is and how it works
- RFID benefits to your business
- Future trends for RFID
- Ways RFID is used in various industries
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Metalcraft launches Inlay Innovation for RFID inlay design, fabrication
MASON CITY, IOWA (August 3, 2021) – Metalcraft announced Inlay Innovation, a wholly owned subsidiary focused on custom RFID inlay design, testing and production in Iowa. The investment strengthens Metalcraft’s supply chain and meets growing demand for custom products sought by RFID converters, manufacturers, distributors and integrators.
Understanding the Different Types of RFID Tags
There are primarily three basic types of RFID tags that are familiar to most consumers who use the technology: active, passive, and semi-passive. When considering the purchase of tags for different scenarios, pinpointing which kind of tag to use and integrate into an operation can be tricky. So let’s compare using some facts and a few examples knowing full well that, in many cases, the individual situation and the pocketbook often make the decision on which tag goes into what operation.
How RFID EPC Codes Work
When using electronic asset numbering, RFID technology identifies assets to enable operations of all sorts to improve their ROI. Financial returns are routinely, if subtly, felt in major infrastructures such as power and utility systems, oil pipeline networks, electrical grids, agricultural enterprises and transportation networks where rugged and portable RFID is often used in the field.
RFID & Work In Process: A Partnership in Efficiency
Today, RFID is everywhere in partnership with Work In Process applications (WIP). This partnership leads to benefits in business operations that are life changing. Admittedly, RFID performs very well when it comes to identifying assets, but beyond its identification function, it touts additional benefits in operational efficiency.