NFC Tag piece by piece flexible printed circuit board
Small size tiny NFC sticker for glasses brand identify
High temperature resist NFC rfid passive tag
Resistant to more than 200 degree high temperature used for assets in hospital
NFC Promotion tag with URL trigger and high strength adhesive
Widely used for industrial device and wearable portable products
HP150014A HF High Temperature Copper FPC NFC Micro Tag
Tag Dimension: 45*5*0.2mm (Antenna Size: 40*3.5mm)
Chip: NTAG213 ( Protocol: ISO14443A)
Memory: TID/UID upto 7 Bytes+EPC/Block upto 144 Bytes
Operating Frequency: 13.0-14.5Mhz
Reading Range: 3cm on Air-Free (Depends on Reader)
Feature Option: Free consulting and free samples with solution proposal & evaluation, Fast sampling within 2-3days is provided to support ODM/OEM/SKD in order to meet the customized printing including mono/color barcode and text Embossing, laser-engraving, personalization and encoding service
Compare to aluminum antenna, FPC NFC micro tag copper antenna is with better performance and smaller size
Especially to those small tags like NFC which requires good R/W distance and Q-value, copper wire Inlay plays key roles in RFID industry.
Antenna and inlay manufactured under world-class and eco-friendly facility. Multi-process likes silver coating are available!
HY150019A HF High Temperature Copper FPC NFC Micro Tag can withstand exposure to high temperatures more than 200degrees, flames, chemicals, pressure and torsion with uncompromised performance. Originally designed for the automotive industry, the tags help identify and track each devices both during assembly and throughout its life. Lifetime traceability of auto parts and components enables more accurate and efficient records which can help automakers expedite service in the event of a recall.
Resistance to extreme physical, mechanical and thermal environments makes this portfolio of tags ideal for all types of manufacturing, logistics and inventory control operations. They are especially useful for tracking both work-in-progress and finished goods for: industrial tools, medical trays, heavy equipment, car and aerospace components, cargo containers, and even blade and rack servers.