NFC payment tamper evident anti counterfeiting rfid security label
Tamper evident definition,control label tag for medicine
Security solution with anti counterfeiting RFID label
HF NFC traceability tamper label for drug control
One Time Disposable Label Security control
Product authentication with any NFC enabled smartphone
NFC payment tamper evident medicine rfid security label
Place of origin : Fujian China ( mainland )
Brand name : Xminnov ODM or OEM
Antenna Size:HY140215B or customized
Tag Size should be:20*13mm or customized
Chip: Ntag 213,or customized
Frequency : 13.56 MHz (13.0-14.5 MHz)
Protocol: ISO14443A, ISO15693
International Standard: FCC, ETSI
Conduct Material: Aluminum Etching / 9um thickness
Substrate: PET of 50um thickness
Product Property: Optional of Tamper proof, Brittle antenna, Destructive aluminum etching, Fragile copper etching, Ink of silver Printing antenna based
Product Feature: Function of Non-transfer, Fragile,Tamper Evident, Anti-counterfeiting, non-transferable,break on antenna, break on chip,one time use, Disposable, Destructive IP Level, Waterproof, UV IR rays resistant, heat or temperature resistant and chemical resistant
Counterfeiting is on the rise due to high costs frequently associated with prescription and life-saving medications; so, many companies have opted for using RFID as an authentication or anti-counterfeiting resource. This is accomplished by placing an RFID tag on or within a medicine bottle or box and encrypting it with specific information so that hospitals and pharmacies can be verify that the medicines they sell are authentic. Tamper-proof RFID labels are also used in these applications to ensure quality.
Currently, hospitals are using passive RFID technology to track patients and staff throughout hospitals.
A RFID asset tracking solution alleviates the stress in tracking down medical equipment, prevents reordering of equipment, and can locate equipment lost to other departments through-out the hospital making equipment readily available. RFID asset tracking also helps hospitals improve patient care by ensuring medical devices and instruments are sterilized. As well as ensuring all the components of implants are present and accurate before and after a surgery.