Universal Passive RFID Tags Tuned to US Frequency
Construction: .002” thick polypropylene or polyester label adhered to proprietary inlay wrapped around 1/16” closed cell foam. Total product thickness is .085”
Label Copy: The label copy may include block type, stylized type, logos or other designs. All copy, block type, stylized type, logos, designs, and bar code are subsurface printed. This unique process provides moderate resistance to solvents, caustics, acids and abrasion.
Colors: Standard colors include black, red, yellow, green and blue. Due to contrast needed for the bar code scanner, all bar codes are black.
Serialization: Bar code and human-readable equivalent is produced using the latest high-resolution digital technology available, which provides excellent clarity and easy scanning.
Code 39 is the standard symbology with a range of 2.7 to 5.4 CPI (characters per inch). Optional symbology is Code 128. The bar code and human readable can be programmed into the RFID inlay as long as the information is in decimal or hexadecimal format. The programmed information can be locked, which prevents the RFID inlay from being rewritten. We can enclode up to 24 characters into the RFID inlay. If desired, Radiant can encode information that differs from the bar code and human readable.
Frequency: Custom designed UHF inlay uses Alien Higgs 3 chip optimized for use at 915 MHz.
Standard Sizes: 2 7/8” x 1 3/8”
Standard Adhesive: .002” thick low surface energy, pressure-sensitive adhesive (MC71FL). Provides excellent adhesion to uneven surfaces and slightly oil surfaces.
Shipment: Next Day
To Order: Call 512-351-4915 and ask for an ID Specialist.
Heat Testing - Product withstood temperatures up to 240°F (115°C) for short term (10 minute) periods. They will withstand temperatures up to 160°F (71°C) for extended periods (tested for six hours with no degredation). The tests demonstrated that the transponder was not readable at temperatures above 185°F (85°C), but resumed function when temperatures were once again reduced below 185°F (85°C). Cold Testing - Tags were tested outdoors at 0°F and were readable, but read distance was reduced to half of the read distance observed at 60°F (15°C).