UHF Passive RFID tags
The passive UHF RFID tag is the component that we use to “mark” an object or asset that we want to identify. We achieve this by attaching a tag to an object, so that when a RFID reader interacts with it, the information it contains can be read and processed.
They usually work in frequencies ranging from 300 MHz to 3 GHz and they have a reading range of up to 12 meters, which explains why the applications destined to used these tags are usually focused on retail and logistics, since they provide good traceability.
Paper Tag with a Dogbone RFID inlay. Ideal for logistic solutions and traceability.
Tag encapsulado de pequeñas dimensiones para fijación sobre metal o plástico en entornos industriales.
HF PASSIVE RFID TAGS
The HF RFID tag is the elements used to identify people or objects that must be read at close range, specialized in access controls.
Temperature rfid sensors and loggers with RFID technology for additional information in the various shipping and logistics processes.