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FR4 / PCB On-metal tags

The FR4 / PCB on-metal tags operate in the UHF frequency band. They are versatile and can be used on a wide range of applications such as tracking small objects such as instruments, tool tracking, medical device management, source tagging, surgical instrument management, small asset tracking, tracking computers and laptops, identification of built-in bolts.

Tracking larger objects can be done with SparTag FR4 / PCB on-metal tags such as chassis and trailer tracking, unit load identification, logistics management, instrument tracking, pallet tracking , RTI Management, Storage Rack Identification, IT Asset Management, Data Center Servers, Health Equipment, Bulk Container Tracking, Vehicle Tracking, Paint Baked, Medical Device Tracking, Tool Tracking , WIP conveying equipment, IT / telecommunications management, instrument monitoring, weapons tracking.

Metal RFID tags ST2626

The square metal RFID tags ST2626 works on the UHF frequency band and can be detected up to a distance of about 1.3m by a fixed reader or up to 1m by a mobile reader, its waterproof and shock-resistant property allows a ideal use in outdoor environments, logistics or to identify equipment in industry.

Compact and equipped with mounting holes, the ST2626 square metal RFID tag dimensions allow integration on restricted metal surfaces and allows reliable identification over a short range.

On-metal NFC stickers D35M

The D35M on-metal NFC stickers consist of a MIFARE Ultralight® chip and a ferrite anti-metal surface that allows smooth operation on a metal surface (reading distance up to 5cm). They operate under the ISO/IEC 14443A 13.56MHz standard for simple and secure two-way data exchange between different electronic devices.

Entirely customizable, the D35M on-metal NFC stickers can be used in various applications such as equipment identification, tracking of goods and contactless mobile payment. Their dimensions, adhesive, printing options and encoding are customisable as needed. It is also possible to integrate a PET surface with reinforced adhesive to make it waterproof and resistant to external environments.

On-metal RFID UHF tags

Fixing an RFID tag on a metal surface modifies the radiation pattern of the antenna because of the interference generated, the gain and therefore the range of the antenna is reduced. To avoid this phenomenon, SparTag provide on-metal RFID tags specially designed for optimal operation on metal surfaces.

SparTag on-metal RFID tags are specifically designed for the logistics and vehicle management field, robust and available in different sizes, reliable, durable and suitable for all logistics applications.

In order to meet the majority of needs, SparTag integrates the high-end RFID chips Impinj Monza 4E, Monza 4QT and Monza R6 on their on-metal RFID tags according to the technical requirements (memory size, memory access, security and other features).

SparTag accompanies you in the choice of metal tags and the chip that best suits your needs.

Strong on-metal RFID tag ST6019

The On-metal resistant RFID tag ST6019  operates in the UHF frequency band. It is specially designed to withstand very difficult environments (acid, fuel B, oil, salt spray, vegetable oil), it has an IP68 protection level.

Ergonomic and efficient, the on-metal resistant RFID tag ST6019 has read distances of up to 4.5m with a mobile reader and 6.5m with a fixed reader. It is mainly used in industry for the identification of assets in constraining environments.

Versatile RFID tag ST087

The versatile RFID tag ST087 operates in the UHF ETSI 865-868MHz frequency band, it has very good reading distances on metal surfaces or other (2.8m to 9.8m). Its reinforced and waterproof design (IP67) allows use in difficult environments indoors and outdoors.

Easy to locate and fix thanks to the fixing holes or adhesive (optional), the versatile RFID tag ST087 can be used in almost all fields of application of RFID (logistics, hospitals, identification of pallets … etc), it is EPCglobal certified, compliant with ISO 18000-63 and Gen2v2.