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RFID hard tags

We offer a wide range of RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
Hard TagsTags
Product name for hanging labels.
in all frequencies and to suit any RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
application – even on-metal. Our transponders are protected by a special rugged plastic casing, which can also be supplied with printed human readable and barcodebarcode
Depiction of numbers (e.g. item numbers) using a system of bars, suitable to be read directly into a computer.
information. These TagsTags
Product name for hanging labels.
can be supplied with blank chips or fully encoded with your data. 

Use:

  • ContainerContainer
    Particular type of packaging, for filling, e.g. lattice box. 
    or Pallet identification, Warehouse applications or Inventory and Asset marking.

INOTAG Pallet tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ UHF

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 860-960 MHz EPC Class 1 Gen 2 compliant

Chip type: Alien Higgs 3
EPC: 96 bit

User memory: 512 bit

Reading rangeReading range
This is the maximum distance over which the antenna of a read/write device and a transponder can communicate effectively. The reading range can be influenced by the alignment to the antenna and by ambient conditions, for example.
: depends on readingreading
The decoding, extraction and depiction of the actual data content which is transmitted by the transponder in addition to the bits for format definition, monitoring and error management.
devices

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: pallet identification, containercontainer
Particular type of packaging, for filling, e.g. lattice box. 
identification

INOTAG M-Crown-Tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ UHF

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 865-869 MHz EPC
 
Class 1 Gen 2 compliant

Chip type: Alien Higgs 3

EPC: 96 bit

User memory: 512 bit

Operating temperature: -25°C to +70°C

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: Identification of metallic objects; inventory, containercontainer
Particular type of packaging, for filling, e.g. lattice box. 
identification, warehouse applications

INOTAG M-Prince Tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ UHF
Also available as HF/high temperature

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 865-869 MHz EPC

 Class 1 Gen 2 compliant

Chip type: Alien Higgs 3

EPC: 96 bit

User memory: 512 bit

Operating temperature: -25°C bis +70°C

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: Identification of metallic objects/inventory/warehouse/containers

INOTAG M-Warrior Tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ UHF

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 865-869 MHz EPC 

Class 1 Gen 2 compliant

Chip type: Alien Higgs 3

EPC: 96 bit

User memory: 512 bt

Operating temperature: -25C to +70°C

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: Identification of metallic objects; inventory, containercontainer
Particular type of packaging, for filling, e.g. lattice box. 
identification, warehouse applications

INOTAG M-Shield Tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ UHF

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 856 - 869 MHz EPC Class 1 Gen 2 compliant

Chip type: Alien Higgs 3

EPC: 96 bit

User memory: 512 bit

Operating temperature: -25°C to +70°C

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: Identification of metallic objects, inventory, identification of tools

INOTAG M-Nano Tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ UHF

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 865-869 MHz EPC
 Class1 Gen 2 compliant

Chip type: Alien Higgs 3

EPC: 96 bit

User memory: 512 bit


Operating temperature: -25°C to +70°C

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: Identification of metallic objects, inventory, identification of tools

INOTAG Laundry Tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ HF

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 13,56 MHz ISO 15693

Chip type: I-Code SLI, 1024 bit

Operating temperature: -25°C to +120°C

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: Identification of hired laundry

INOTAG Jewellery Tag

Technology RFIDRFID
RFID is a technology for contactless data transmission on the physical basis of electromagnetic alternating fields, i.e. radio waves. The core of RFID technology is an RFID transponder. This tiny computer chip with an antenna is applied to various objects and contains a numerical code, such as the electronic product code (EPC, see entry). The numerical code is read using a reading device.
/ UHF also available as HF

Working frequencyfrequency
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
: 865-869 MHz EPC

 Class 1 Gen 2 compliant

Chip type: Alien Higgs 3

EPC: 96 bit

User memory: 64 bit

Operating temperature: -25°C to +85°C

UseUse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
: Identification of premium jewellery and accessories