+++ INOTAG Flex On-metal – Low profile on-metal durable RFID label solutions +++   +++ INOTAG Concrete Tag – RFID hard tags which can be encased in concrete +++   +++ INOTAG Heat Tag – High Temperature RFID tags +++   +++ Duraline Rapidshield – UV Cure Linemarking Systems, the most durable, maintenance free linemarking systems available +++ 
 

RFID labels - digital printing

Using the latest digital printing technology with our new ‘hp indigo’ presses, we have been able to revolutionise the new design options for 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.
labels. With our state of the art presses we can print unlimited colours and fonts. With a print resolutionresolution
A parameter which shows how many points can be created on a specific area. Printer resolution is measured in dpi and can be different in the X and Y directions, depending on the type of printer. In scanners, however, resolution (known as optical resolution) is a parameter for the readability of a barcode. In code pens, distance scanners and slot readers, the optical resolution (related to a standard distance), can be for example 0.15 mm, 0.25 mm or 0.38 mm
of 800 dpi, we can represent photographic quality images. Using these additional colour features can make label identification even easier. Under surface printing makes these labels extremely scratch-proof and resistant to oils and weak chemicals. 

 

 

INOTAG Diomaster HUW

Inotag Diotough HUW labels are constructed from 50µ (micron) polyester foil. Reverse printing makes these labels extremely scratch resistant, wipe and wash proof and highly resistant to UV weathering. Our HUW adhesive offers excellent grab strength on various surfaces.

Applications: Crates, Pallets, Asset ID

Standard Size: 103x20 mm

Chip Types: UHF EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (Impinj, NXP, Alien)

Chip Types: HF ISO 15396 (NXP I-code SLI-X)

INOTAG Diomaster 250 PC HUW

Inotag Diomaster 250 PC HUW Labels are constructed from 250µ (micron) polycarbonate foil. Reverse printing makes these labels extremely scratch resistant, wipe and wash proof and highly resistant to UV weathering. An additional polyester layer can be added in various thicknesses to give extra strength. This special construction protects the 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.
inlayinlay
An inlay is an RFID microchip which is connected to an RFID antenna. A plastic film is usually used as the substrate. These unfinished RFID inlays are then sold to manufacturers of RFID labels, who then turn the RFID inlays into smart labels.
from mechanical damage, whilst leaving the label flexible enough to fit shaped profiles. A range of adhesives are available to guarantee a strong adhesionadhesion
Name for how two different materials stick together or for the interaction of the adhesive with the substrate to be adhered to.
to any surface.

Applications: Crates, Pallets, Asset ID

Standard Size: 103x20 mm

Chip types: UHF EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (Impinj, NXP, Alien)

Chip types: HF ISO 15693 (NXP I-code SLI-X)

INOTAG Dioclassic

Inotag Dioclassic labels are made using a digitally, surface printed paper. All colour and adhesive options are available to match any application. These labels offer a cost effective 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.
tagging solution, where on-metal and highly damage resistant specifications are not required.

Applications: Documents, Asset ID

Chip types: UHF EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (Impinj, NXP, Alien)

Chip types: HF ISO 15693 (z.B. NXP I-Code SLI-X)

INOTAG Diobond Inmould

Diobond 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.
labels consist of an in-mould label material combined with a UHF inlayinlay
An inlay is an RFID microchip which is connected to an RFID antenna. A plastic film is usually used as the substrate. These unfinished RFID inlays are then sold to manufacturers of RFID labels, who then turn the RFID inlays into smart labels.
. A special surface treatment makes these 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.
labels particularly resistant to wear and tear, UV light, cleaning products, weak acids and chemicals. The label is bonded to the containercontainer
Particular type of packaging, for filling, e.g. lattice box. 
during the injection moulding process, leaving a smooth, rimless surface. With no adhesive edge and no gap for dirt or moisture to get in underneath the label, this makes the in-mould label and in-mould 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.
the perfect solution for the food and pharma sector.

Applications: crates, pallets

Chip types: UHF EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (Impinj, NXP)

Chip types: HF ISO 15693 (z.B. NXP I-Code SLI-X)

INOTAG Diotop Drytack

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 to flat surfaces like glass, flat coated surfaces (non metal useuse
Number of labels on a sheet or printing plate
) – without any glue/adhesive

AdhesionAdhesion
Name for how two different materials stick together or for the interaction of the adhesive with the substrate to be adhered to.
effect borrowed from nature

  • Sticks easily, without bubbles or creases
  • Easy to peel and re-apply
  • AdhesionAdhesion
    Name for how two different materials stick together or for the interaction of the adhesive with the substrate to be adhered to.
    without glue thanks micro suction structure
  • Does not stick to skin
  • Leaves no residue
  • You can clean the adhesive side easily with water, if adhesionadhesion
    Name for how two different materials stick together or for the interaction of the adhesive with the substrate to be adhered to.
    is reduced by dust and dirt – can be reused many times
  • PVC free
  • Custom shapes and sizes
  • Custom digital printing