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RFID delivery security sticker
Transportation safety protection label
RFID shipment tamper evident sticker
UHF transportation transferrable tag
UHF security label Alien 9662 anti fake luggage tags in airport
Place of origin : Fujian China ( mainland )
Brand name : Xminnov ODM or OEM
Antenna Size:UP130070C or customized
Tag Size should be:75*19 mm or customized
Chip: Higgs3,Higgs4,M4,M4QT,M4E,M3,G2IL+ or customized
Frequency : 860 MHz (860-960 MHz)
Protocol: ISO 180000-6C,Gen2 Class V1
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
Improved data consistency – The current baggage barcode does not contain any error correction capability, and thus the reading of data can be inconsistent. Adopting RFID will result in read rates of over 99% without human intervention.
Improved Data Content – the amount of data content that can be communicated is increased.
Reduced cost of messaging –Today’s messaging is based on teletype messages, which incur a considerable cost. Our modern baggage messaging standards can be used over the internet without these per message charges.
The RFID Baggage Card you place in you baggage allows you to receive up-to-date information about it. With these notifications, we can offer you effective, fast solutions.
The RFID Baggage Card allows us to contact just you and we do not save your personal information or contact details.
Scanners conveyor belts can scan the RFID tags attached to your bag and reroute them if they've been sent in the wrong direction
Use RFID data alerts to enact processes with airports and ground handlers that prevent potential mishandlings.