The Embroider Seal NFC RFID Tag is a unique, innovative solution for NFC (Near Field Communication) applications. Combining RFID technology with embroidery, this tag offers a blend of functionality and aesthetic appeal. This makes the tag durable and resistant to wear and tear, while also making it easy to attach to clothing or other fabrics.
Embroider seal NFC RFID Tags are a type of RFID tag that is made of an embroidered patch. The patch is typically made of polyester or cotton, and the RFID tag is embedded in the patch using embroidery thread. This makes the tag durable and resistant to wear and tear, while also making it easy to attach to clothing or other fabrics. Embroider seal NFC RFID Tags are often used for asset tracking, inventory management, and marketing and promotional purposes. They can also be used for a variety of other applications, such as clothing identification and medical device tracking. NFC Capability: These tags operate under the NFC protocol, a subset of RFID technology, allowing for secure and fast data exchange over short distances. This makes them ideal for applications such as contactless payments, interactive marketing, and secure access control. Embroidered Design: As the name suggests, these tags feature an embroidered seal. This not only enhances their visual appeal but also provides a tactile feel, differentiating them from traditional RFID tags. Versatility: Embroider Seal NFC RFID Tags can be used in various applications, both for practical and promotional purposes. For example, they can be sewn onto garments, bags, or other textile products, serving as a unique identifier or a tool for interactive marketing campaigns. Durability: The embroidery process ensures these tags are robust and resistant to wear and tear. As a result, they can withstand regular handling and washing, making them suitable for integration into clothing or other textile products. Customizability: These tags can be custom-designed, allowing organizations to feature their logos, brand colors, or other distinctive elements in the embroidered design.
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|NXP MIFARE Classic EV1 NXP NTAG213/216 NXP ICODE SLIX
|Type 2 / Type 5
|RF Interface Protocol
|ISO/IEC 15693 ISO/IEC 14443A
|Black / White
|Inkjet Engraving Laser Engraving