The RFID dual-frequency tag epitomizes the confluence of UHF (Ultra High Frequency) and NFC (Near Field Communication) technologies. By integrating these frequencies, the tag offers a robust solution that covers multiple stages of a product's lifecycle – from production and warehousing to anti-counterfeiting traceability.
- Dual Frequency Functionality: The tag seamlessly operates in the UHF bandwidth of 860~960MHz and the high frequency (HF) of 13.56MHz.
- Standards Compliance: Adheres to international standards such as EPC C1G2 (ISO 18000-6C) and IS0/IEC TYPE A 14443.
Rapid UHF RFID Inventory:
- Data Sharing: By utilizing shared storage space on the chip, this tag can consistently record data throughout the entire product lifecycle.
Massive Data Collection: One of UHF RFID's standout features is its capability for long-distance transmission and bulk reading.
Optimized for B-Side Operations: UHF is particularly adept at fulfilling the requirements of scenarios that demand swift inventories, like in warehousing, logistics, and sorting processes.
Enhanced Interaction via HF RFID:
NFC Integration: Since NFC is essentially a subset of HF RFID technology, this dual-frequency tag can directly communicate with NFC-enabled mobile phones.
Expanded Use Cases: The direct mobile phone interaction substantially broadens the application spectrum of the RFID tag, particularly for anti-counterfeiting and traceability demands.
Available customizations are the following:
Customized different size by the customer different project request.
Monochrome printing or 4-colors in offset, starting from a graphic layout equipped by the customer in vector format . Serial number, barcode or EPC printing. Other customizations are available on demand.
Encoding of EPC code of RFID UHF transponders, HF and UHF tag memory write, also from database provided by the client Temporary or permanent contents-lock through a password. EPC code and TID code association in database. UID code and progressive/barcode association. UID HF code association in EPC UHF code.
||-40 to 80
||-40 to 85
||NXP, Impinj, Alien
|RF Interface Protocol
||EPC Class1 Gen2 ISO/ISO18000-6C
||Black / Customized
||Supply Chain Management