RFID on metal - inotec
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RFID on metal

The topic 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.
on metal is well known and so inotec put a focus on this topic in the Research and Development laboratory to develop solutions that fit to the market and work in an excellent manner. Following criteria were determining:

• Fixation on different metallic surfaces

• The shape / type of the objects to be labelled requires flexible labels

• Environmental conditions and application fields

• The 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.
/ 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.

• The economic life-time and efficiency of the tagstags
Product name for hanging labels.
as well as

• Cost-effective purchasing

inotag Flex on metal

With inotag Flex on metal inotec has developed a very flexible 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.
label with a thin 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.
suitable for direct application on metal. The label’s surface resists even to harsh environmental conditions. The adhesive is optimised for metallic surfaces and compensates irregularities, vibrations and mechanical interactions. The readability is up to 3 metres.

Applications: industrial on metal applications, metal containers, pipes and tubes

Chip types: UHF EPC Class 1 Gen 2 (Impinj, Monza 4E)

inotag Flex on metal Spacer

An even stronger adhesive 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.
label is launched with inotag Flex on metal Spacer: a flexible and smart labelsmart label
A smart label is a combination of a barcode label and a passive RFID tag.
with an 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.
and characterised by an extraordinarily robust industry adhesive for metallic surfaces. This 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.
label is wash resistant, resistant to heat and cold as well as strong shearing forces, vibrations and mechanical interactions. Thus the label suits to several applications. 

Applications: Pump motors, metal containers, pallet cages, transport trolleys, band conveyors, gas bottles, tubes and pipes

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