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RFID Tags for Metal Surfaces

Durable RFID tags with superior read range on metal surfaces

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 metal mount RFID tags work well for asset tagging, work-in-process and returnable container applications. Our metal mount tags are available in on-site printable and preprint constructions so we can fit any requirement for on-demand printing and asset tracking projects.  

The closest thing you will find to a one-size-fits-all RFID solution!

The closest thing you will find to a one-size-fits-all” RFID solution!

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.

An RFID tag that truly lives up to its name. The Universal RFID Hard Tag features surface-independent tags with a patented inlay design used to obtain excellent read ranges regardless of the surface – metal, plastic, even wood.

The only thing “mini” about this tag is its size! With a smaller footprint and lower profile, the Onsite Printable Universal Mini RFID Tag easily fits where other tags may be too large and obtrusive and still gives incredible read ranges compared to other tags in its class.

The Universal Micro RFID Tag measuring 1 7/8” x 5/8” 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.

The only thing “mini” about this tag is its size! With a smaller footprint and lower profile, the Universal Mini RFID Tag easily fits where other tags may be too large and obtrusive and still gives incredible read ranges compared to other tags in its class.

The closest thing you will find to a one-size-fits-all” RFID solution! The Universal RFID Asset Tag is a surface-independent tag that uses a patented inlay design and passive RFID technology to obtain excellent read ranges regardless of the surface – metal, plastic, even wood.

RFID Handbook

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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RFID Handbook

RFID Tags Resources

Basics of High Frequency (HF) RFID

There are three main frequency ranges for standard RFID systems. This article addresses high frequency (HF) RFID.

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RFID Polarization Explained

Reading this article can save you thousands of dollars. Did that get your attention? It should. This article addresses a common mistake we’ve seen many companies and customers make when they go to purchase their RFID reader that literally cost them thousands of dollars in lost time and the wrong equipment.

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Breaking Down RFID Frequency

Let’s talk about frequency – what it is and why it's important. Frequency is the pitch at which RF waves operate. It's important to understand and regulate this; otherwise, there would be a lot of interference and poor performing RF devices out in the world. RFID frequency bands are typically measured in megahertz. The two most common are UHF or ultra-high frequency and HF, or high frequency.

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Can Golf Explain How To Select RFID Software?

A question I received all the time as an RFID engineer is – does sticking with one brand for all of your hardware have any benefit from an RF standpoint? To answer this, we are going to use my golf clubs - because it's what I had lying around the house and because it gets my point across.

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Handmade Social Media

Background

It’s safe to say pretty much everyone is on social media these days creating and consuming content and growing digital relationships. Some may argue we’ve gone too far and rather than connecting people, social media is actually disconnecting them. That’s something Anna Clark pondered as she worked to bring her purpose-driven project, LLLinked®, to life.

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