RFID labels consist of an electronic chip and an integrated antenna or printed on a paper support. They belong to the category of automatic and intelligent identification technologies.

Several denominations are used on the market, also called RFID tags or transponder, there are two types, passive and active tags. SparTag has a wide range of RFID labels applicable to different areas of activity such as logistics, industry 4.0, textile, automotive … etc. the choice of the RFID labels depends on several parameters (size, adhesive, type of surface, materials, reading distance, frequency band, type of encoding, printing).

To assist you in choosing the RFID tag, SparTag puts at your disposal its expertise to accompany you on standard or customized label projects.

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HF labels

SparTag provide RFID HF labels customizable and complies with international standards ISO14443 and ISO15693 (13,56MHz operation). Different materials including PET can be used to protect the inlay (Antenna + chip).

HF RFID labels are used for short distance reading applications (<30cm), they are widely used in libraries.

Possible customizations for HF labels

· Type of antenna and chip
· Adhesive type
· Inlay packaging
· Engraving
· Delivery format (reel, board, cut out)

Customizations depend on the printer used.

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.

UHF Labels

The SparTag UHF labels operate under the EPC Class1 Gen2 860-960MHz standard, for the European market the antennas are designed to achieve maximum performance in the ETSI 865-868MHz frequency band. In order to protect the inlay (the antenna and the chip), a PET film (WET) is deposited above.

Some applications require the use UHF labels embedding a specific chip. Depending on the context, the memory size of the chip must be sufficient to embed the client data, too, specific security applications may require the locking of some memory access of the chip or all making it accessible only in reading.

SparTag studies your environment and offers you UHF labels adapted to your needs.