New Mount-on-Metal RFID Tag,LF/HF Metal Tag-05,the RFID Tag for metal suface

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DAILY RFID( ),a fast growing company with unique expertise in RFID designs,manufacturing and engineering, has developed HF Metal Tag-05, the passive RFID tag designed for wretched conditions and suitable for on-metal tagging.


1)Type: Contactless Read & Write
2)Operating Frequency: 125KHz or 13.56MHz
- IC Available at 125KHz nominal: EM4100, Hitag-1, Hitag- 2, Hitag-S, TK4100
- IC Available at 13.56MHz nominal:Mifare-One S50, Mifare-One S70, I-CODE, Ti 256, INSIDE 2K 4)Material: Magnetic Material and Epoxy
5)Physical Size: 35*55mm , 30*70mm , 26mm(Other on request)Thicness: 3mm Standard Color: White & Blue (Other on request)
6)Printing: A customized logo can be printed on the tag 7)Operating Temperature: -10º C to +50º C 8)Storage Temperature: -25 and +80

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The LF/HF RFID Metal Tag-05 from Daily RFID is designed for close quarters checking with high performance for on-metal tagging. The Daily LF and HF Metal Tag Family, which has been undergoing customer trials for gun checking and gas bottle applications, combines advanced lightweight materials and a small footprint with durability and on-metal performance. The Ironside has a read range of up to 5cm-7cm on metal and can be affixed to any metal surface by using industrial adhesives. Some small, fully encapsulated tags of the family have been successfully used in asset tracking applications such as railway and warehousing solutions. The RFID tags have successfully passed the testing requirements for Aerospace standard AS5678 specification.
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