RFID Dual-Frequency Label

RFID Dual-Frequency Label is combine the advantages of UHF and HF, with a frequency range of 860~960MHz and a high frequency of 13.56MHz. It complies with EPC C1G2 (ISO 18000-6C) and IS0/IEC TYPE A 14443 standard.

Product

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.     Features:

  • 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.
 
  • Data Sharing: By utilizing shared storage space on the chip, this tag can consistently record data throughout the entire product lifecycle.
    Advantages:   Rapid UHF RFID Inventory: 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: Design: Customized different size by the customer different project request. Printing: 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. Chip encoding: 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.      

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