Fully Customizable RFID Inlays by MoreRFID
MoreRFID has been producing the highest quality RFID & NFC inlays since 2008, we understand the needs of every customer. Because of our rich experience in manufacturing RFID and NFC products, we ensure the mature use of RFID technology.
Our RFID inlays are widely used in various fields. Logistics and supply chain visibility, item-level inventory tracking, attendee tracking, material management, access control, tool tracking, etc.
We use RFID Our inlays come in a wide variety that can be completely customized as per your needs.
The wet inlays feature adhesive backing to help you attach the tags to any surface you want.
An option without any adhesive for particular use case when you want a simple RFID Inlay.
The integrated inlays within a smart card allow for use in logistics and tracking purposes.
MoreRFID: Your Professional RFID Inlays Manufacturer in China
More RFID has been engaged in the production of RFID inlays for ten years and is a professional supplier of RFID products with rich experience. Unmatched cost-effectiveness due to the MoreRFID products being sold at factory prices.
The manufacturing line of MoreRFID at Fujian is equipped with cutting-edge technology for the highest quality RFID inlays. We also have advanced printing technology, ensure the accuracy of the color of your products.
To ensure maximum customer comfort we have no minimum order quantity and we deliver door-to-door for added convenience. Our team of quality analysts scrutinizes every RFID inlay before it is delivered to your doorstep.
All of the RFID Inlays by MoreRFID are fully customizable in shape, color, size, or any other variable. You can custom it according to your needs. You can also contact us to get a free design. We provide you one-stop service, you can create more value.
Every Step Is Governed By ISO 9001:2008 Certificate
Quality is life. As a professional manufacturer of smart cards, Every MoreRFID product is produced with strict quality control processes, 100% QC and every step is governed by ISO 9001:2008 certificate, just contact us for a quick quote today!
Strict Quality Control Processes To Keep The Color Difference, Free Sample To The World.
- Factory Direct Supply RFID Inlay
- Customized Wet/Dry Inlay or Label Choice
- Customized Inlay and Shape
RFID INLAY SPECIFICATION
How to distinguish dry inlay and wet inlay
According to the picture above, you will see clear distinction, Wet Inlay, Dry Inlay and Lable
Available RFID Chip
|Standards||ISO7815,ISO1443A/ 15693,ISO18000-6C/ 18000-6B|
|HF(13.56MHz)||ISO14443A||MIFARE Classic® S50|
MIFARE Classic® S70
|UHF(860-960Mhz)||ISO18000-6C||Alien H2/H3,Impinj, U CODE G2|
MoreRFID is the world leader manufacturer of RFID inlay & RFID products. RFID inlays can be divided into RFID Wet Inlay, RFID Dry Inlay, and RFID Label.
According to the different frequencies, they can be divided into LF(125KHz) RFID inlay, HF(13.56MHz) RFID inlay, and UHF(915MHz) RFID inlay.
MoreRFID offers a full line of RFID inlay, NFC inlay & smart card inlay for your business. We are a one-stop solution provider, we can help you save time and money. We believe we can help make your business smarter with our technology innovations and your work easier. We are cost competitive, and offer more customizing options and flexibility.
MoreRFID accepts custom orders. Our experience and global presence has given us the expertise to meet requirements for many varieties of RFID inlay.
We have complete solutions for identifying and personalizing RFID inlay & RFID Products. MoreRFID is glad to customize RFID inlay with your own format.
If you have any questions about RFID inlay, feel free to contact us, we will respond within 24 hours or less!
MoreRFID RFID Inlays
The RFID inlays by MoreRFID are manufactured with high-end technology, our inlays are used by many industries like manufacturing, supply, aviation, hospitality, logistics, and more. Our inlays have the best quality ICs integrated into them for better efficiency.
The RFID inlays are available in various frequency ranges from LF (125 kHz) to UFH (915 MHz) so that you can choose the product that suits you best. We are one of the most reliable and cost-efficient RFID inlay manufacturers in the whole of China due to our customer-2centric policies.
All the products offered by MoreRFID are highly customizable as per your requirements. We can modify the color, shape, or size to whatever you specify.
If you need the best in class RFID Inlays delivered to you in a record time then contact us now and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
Your RFID Inlays Types by MoreRFID
We at MoreRFID offer a wide range of products that includes dry inlays, wet inlays, NFC inlays, UHF RFID inlays, smart card inlays, and a lot more.
RFID Inlay – An ultimate FAQ Guide
Technological advancement has significantly increased the adoption of RFID Inlays across many application fields. It is a product with many layers, and it can be formed into different RFID tags.
MoreRFID has more than ten years of experience and is very familiar with the production process and types of inlays. It, thus, becomes a one-stop leading supplier of the RFID Inlays.
Further, we have a detailed FAQ for more details below.
- What Is A RFID Inlay?
- Why Choose MoreRFID RFID Inlay?
- Are There Benefits of Using An MoreRFID Inlay?
- What Are The Disadvantages of Using RFID Inlay?
- How Are RFID Inlays Used?
- What Areas Are RFID Inlays Used?
- What Types of RFID Inlays Are Available at MoreRFID?<
- Does MoreRFID Offer Free Samples?
- How Long Does It Take to Get A Customized RFID Inlay?
- What Constitutes An RFID Inlay?
- How are MoreRFID Inlay made?
- How Does MoreRFID Guarantee High-Quality RFID Inlay?
- Can RFID Inlays Be Linked to Credit Card?
- Does An RFID Inlay Use Batteries?
- What Duration of Time Does It Take to Make An RFID Inlay?
- Which Type of RFID Inlay Is Currently Available?
- How Much Does a MoreRFID Inlay Cost?
- What Is MoreRFID MOQ for RFID Inlays?
- How Do You Install An RFID Inlay?
- What Means of Delivery Do You Offer?
- How Long Does It Take to Deliver After Making An Order?
- What Are The Minimum Requirements for RFID Inlays?
- Is There Security Risk in Using RFID Inlay?
- What Components Makeup RFID Inlays?
- Does An RFID Inlay Have An Expiration Date?
- What After Sales Do MoreRFID Offer?
- What Are The Costs Involved In Shipping RFID Inlays?
- How Should Obsolete RFID Inlay Be Destroyed?
What Is A RFID Inlay?
RFID Inlay is the valuable piece of an RFID label’s name that encodes the specific data. It uses radiofrequency waves to transfer data to a PC framework.
There are three types of RFID Inlay; RFID wet Inlay, RFID dry inlay, and RFID label.
It is used in item-level inventory tracking, race timing, attendee tracking, materials management, IT asset tracking, and tool tracking.
MoreRFID is the leading manufacturer and supplier of RFID Inlay, which is ISO 9001: 2008 certified.
Why Choose MoreRFID RFID Inlay?
The RFID Inlay is available in different formats and is available for various applications with remarkable executions.
They also contain a wide range of designs that incorporates various chip technology, materials, and frequencies.
Our company joins forces with all leading IC providers to foster world-class RFID inlays with the most recent innovation. We choose our inlays after we have recognized every client’s objectives and execution measurements.
Are There Benefits of Using An MoreRFID Inlay?
Some of the advantages of using our RFID Inlay include:
- Has the ability to identify items individually instead of generically.
- It stores large amounts of data.
- Promotes automatic reading, which reduces lagging of time and inaccuracies.
- Its identification does not require human help; therefore, reduction of costs, errors are minimized while collecting data.
- It makes unique item identification easier.
- It meets the ISO: 9001: 2008 standards hence its certification.
- They are made of premium quality.
- Pass through a rigorous quality control process to guarantee quality.
- Made using the latest available technology with the use of German machines.
- Have a warranty of a period of 12 months, and after expiry, we offer a lifetime maintenance.
What Are The Disadvantages of Using RFID Inlay?
Some of the disadvantages of RFID Inlay include;
- Quick technological advancements One of the typical worries of organizations carrying out RFID today is the fast oldness of the innovation, particularly considering the venture cost. Innovation is persistently developing, and new convention principles, quicker and more flawed open-minded companies rapidly outdated their archetype.
- Cost _ the cost of an RFID Inlay depends on the type. The manufacturing cost of the Inlay is relatively high. This Characteristic makes the product to be costly as well.
- Possible virus attack – is a potential virus attack if the Inlay is used with a backend database.
How Are RFID Inlays Used?
RFID Inlay work by passing personal identification data from the microchip to the Antennae of an
RFID reader, which receives and sends radio transmission frequencies.
It then goes through a host computer system that performs the archival, processing, and analysis.
What Areas Are RFID Inlays Used?
RFID Inlays are widely used in the following fields:
- Smart posters and billboards.
- In libraries.
- Logistics and supply chain.
- Pharmaceuticals and healthcare.
- Device authentication and counterfeit protection.
- Customer loyalty programs
- Events management.
- Transportation ticketing -things like New York’s EZ Pass, Florida’s Sun Pass, and California’s Fast Trak are all RFID-based toll payment systems.
- Race timing.
- Attendee tracking.
- Toll collection and contactless payment.
- Timing sporting events.
- Access control – Many buildings and schools require RFID-tagged cards to be used for entry.
What Types of RFID Inlays Are Available at MoreRFID?
MoreRFID offers a complete line of RFID Inlays:
- RFID wet Inlays – are those that have an adhesive backing making them easier to stick on surfaces. They are most common for applications that need a ‘pick and stick’ type of tag.
- RFID dry Inlay – are those that do not have an adhesive backing. They also attach an IC and an Antennae to a material. They are similar to laminated RFID Tags.
- RFID Labels – also known as smart labels, are mainly used in tracking consumer products by use of a reader and antennae.
Does MoreRFID Offer Free Samples?
Yes, our company offers free samples for all its products, including RFID Inlays.
We give out free samples to evaluate the RFID Inlay, which will lead you to purchase the card from the company.
The models we have in stock are provided for testing. However, you pay for the cargo shipment fee to which country you are residing.
Nonetheless, if you need a customized card as a sample, you will need to pay 50 dollars which are refundable if you make mass orders.
How Long Does It Take to Get A Customized RFID Inlay?
Our company does its best to ensure it takes the least time while manufacturing and delivering your customized RFID Inlay.
Once we have received a request from a customer, we will ask for some details such as logo, name, and other personal information useful in coming up with a sample.
Once all this is successfully done, it will take 2 – 4 days to get your RFID Inlay sample produced and be notified.
What Constitutes An RFID Inlay?
- MoreRFID manufactures RFID Inlays with the following components:
- The RFID chip, also known as an Integrated chip – is responsible for stockpiling personal identification information and processing logic dependent on the particular convention.
- Label Antenna – is responsible for accepting and sending the sign from the examiner. (RFID Reader). It usually takes up the most considerable measure of room.
- Substrate: which holds everything together.
How are MoreRFID Inlay made?
There is a criterion that is followed at the MoreRFID factory while making an Inlay.
The three components, the substrate, the RFID chip, and antennae, should be present.
The chip is held by the microchip, while the integrated circuit is mounted on an inlay. This keeps the three components together.
The Inlay can now be inserted in the final form of the application field. the dry inlay is the antenna equipped with a chip over a PET bobbin. It lacks adhesive and it doesn’t have the shape of a tag, so these dry inlays are no tags yet.
For the wet inlay, the following procedure is followed:
In this machine, the dry trims that are over the PET layer will get covered by a sticky substance over a layer of siliconized paper. Subsequently, they are sliced by the labeling measure required. The cutting influences every one of the layers with the exception of the siliconized paper.
Eventually, the excess is eliminated and just the wet trims stay over the siliconized paper with the state of a tag. In this way, the wet trims would already be able to be removed the siliconized paper and be stuck on over any surface like labels.
How Does MoreRFID Guarantee High-Quality RFID Inlay?
MoreRFID is the leading producer of high-quality RFID inlays.
- It supplies RFID Inlays that are manufactured directly from the factory.
- We offer customized wet or dry Inlays with preferred label choices.
- We have complete solutions for identifying and personalizing RFID products.
- Every step is governed by ISO: 9001: 2008 certificate.
- Every RFID Inlay is produced with strict adherence to the quality control process.
- We have a one-year guarantee for our products as well as lifetime Maintenance.
- Data transmission should rate up to 848kbit/s
- It should be compatible with the existing reader platform.
- The material should be a waterproof PVC.
- It should have an on-chip backup management system.
Can RFID Inlays Be Linked to Credit Card?
Yes, the RFID Inlay can be linked to a card.
Radio Frequency Information Technology is used in many contactless cards. The chip will store information that is inserted into the card.
Our inlays are made and designed in line with current world standards and therefore can be customized to meet your specific needs.
For the card to work, it should hold it near the reader.
Does An RFID Inlay Use Batteries?
No, RFID Inlay does not have a battery.RFID inlay is a raw material for chips or a type of chip, such as one attached to a car. There is no battery inside.
What Duration of Time Does It Take to Make An RFID Inlay?
We try our best to manufacture our customer’s RFID Inlays on time. We begin working on your order immediately after you make your advanced payment.
To obtain a sample that we can embark on mass production takes up to 4 days. This involves gathering of all details that you need captured, coming up with a prototype.
Afterward, production begins and normally takes between 8 to 12 working days after 30% advance payment is done to us.
Which Type of RFID Inlay Is Currently Available?
MoreRFID being the world’s largest producer of RFID Inlays has various products available in the market.
There are the wet Inlay, dry Inlay, and the RFID label.
According to different frequencies, there is LF (125KHz) RFID Inlay, HF(13.56MHz) RFID Inlay, and UHF(915MHz) RFID Inlay.
We have a variety of Inlays to choose from.
How Much Does a MoreRFID Inlay Cost?
The cost depends on the customization, type, and quality of Inlay that our customer needs.
We at MoreRFID, prefer working with our customers so as we are able to determine the right price based on your preference.
Once you make contact with us, we will furnish you with a quotation based on your specifications. Additionally, you can visit us at our factory and we will give you the factory best prices as well assist you to achieve your desired design for your inlays.
What Is MoreRFID MOQ for RFID Inlays?
At MoreRFID, we have a minimum order of quality which is the fewest number of items required to be purchased.
Our MOQ is 100 pieces. This means you can make any order above 100 pieces from our company.
How Do You Install An RFID Inlay?
Installation of the RFID Inlay is a crucial step for the effectiveness of the Inlay.
The position you place the Inlay should be easily read by scanners and should not prevent you from seeing.
To begin with, make sure the place for installation is wiped clean and dry. It would be best if there is no sunblock film or tint on the window if it is a vehicle.
Then, gently from the RFID Inlay, remove the holographic label from the paper layer. Apply the label from the center to the edges of the position you are installing.
Use your index finger to secure the Inlay from top to bottom and from left to right. Once you are done installing, do not try to remove it since this destroys it hence damaging it. You should as well handle it with carefulness as it contains RFID electronic device.
What Means of Delivery Do You Offer?
MoreRFID aims to ensure that it delivers its orders on time and with the best mode of delivery that will provide you receive it in good condition.
Our primary means of shipment include DHL, UPS, FedEx, or TNT.
If you need airline or sea shipping, it is also optional, and we can organize it for you.
We offer guaranteed door-to-door delivery.
How Long Does It Take to Deliver After Making An Order?
Every one of our customers’ expectations is that the order is delivered on time once they are done with the advance payment.
Once the remaining 70% remaining amount is paid, shipping and delivery of your RFID Inlay order will take between 3 to 5 days. This is made possible by the use of quick means of transport such as expressways.
What Are The Minimum Requirements for RFID Inlays?
There are requirements that an RFID Inlay needs to meet, including:
- ISO: 9001: 2008 certification.
- It should be made up of: base material, glue, chips, Delo, aluminum foil, and an underlying thickness.
- The base material should have a thickness of 80 um.
- The underlying thickness should be 60 um.
- The chip and frequency should be HF (13.56MHZ)
Is There Security Risk in Using RFID Inlay?
RFID inlays, like other electronics, are susceptible to physical and electronic attacks. Hackers are aiming to gain information from the Inlays even as technology advances. Below are known security risks that RFID Inlay exposed to:
- Reverse engineering – where hackers would dismantle the Inlay to find out how it functions and obtain data.
- Power analysis – which requires a cell phone and a suitable brain cell from the hacker. The main aim is to steal information and gain access.
- Replay and eavesdropping – where an RFID reader which is not authorized listens to conversations between the Inlay and the reader and obtains specific data.
- Denial of service – is associated with physical attacks such as jamming the system with noise and blocking the radio signals.
- Virus – once a virus attacks an Inlay, it would bring down connected computers and RFID components and networks. The primary purpose would be to take down the system.
What Components Makeup RFID Inlays?
Customarily, RFID Antennae were made from copper. It was a moderately lethargic, generally inefficient cycle. The present MoreRFID Inlays tend to be manufactured with more productive strategies like scratching and stamping.
The antennae comprise a microprocessor with two large contact cushions on a transporter sheet to work with fast move-to-move fabricating.
In ordinary flip-chip manufacturing, the CPU is a minuscule segment, under 1mm square with little contact chips that should be set definitely on the radio wire. This is generally a lethargic interaction. To beat this issue, Avery Dennison RFID Division has fostered an inventive high-velocity tie to join measure that improves yield rates considerably.
Does An RFID Inlay Have An Expiration Date?
There are various factors that the lifespan of the RFID Inlay would depend on nowadays.
However, our Inlays can last up to 20 years. But if the chip is exposed and antennae are exposed to high levels of heat and harsh conditions, the lasting period might be short.
MoreRFID manufactures each RFID Inlay while indicating the period it may last and function under normal conditions.
You can purchase Inlays with protectors to protect the Inlay that will protect it from heat, corrosive chemicals, physical destructions, and more. This provides a good application for the FID Inlay.
What After Sales Do MoreRFID Offer?
We provide spare parts, and maintenance services, a one-year warranty, and have a return policy after you have made a purchase.
Firstly, we have a one-year warranty for all our products as some an after-sale service to our customers.
Secondly, we offer technical lifetime maintenance and support services as its among the key challenges that most companies nowadays struggle with. However, you will be required to pay for the shipment costs.
Thirdly, our return policy is applicable as follows:
When you successfully purchase the RFID Inlay, the package is damaged, or you are not 100% satisfied with the Inlay:
You will be required to sign the delivery sheet as “damaged,” and then we will deliver another as a replacement.
The product in question should be returned in the same condition it was received as well as the packaging.
What Are The Costs Involved In Shipping RFID Inlays?
MoreRFID does not cater to all shipping costs; however, we assist our customers in facilitating the delivery.
One of the costs is the custom clearing. We assist our customers to have their orders cleared successfully by cooperating with their preferred clearing companies.
You only give us your details, and we work with them to ensure the custom clearing process is quick so your RFID Inlay can arrive in time.
Then there is the shipment cost, where you have to pay for the mode of delivery that will be used to deliver the order.
The cost will depend on the mode of shipment.
How Should Obsolete RFID Inlay Be Destroyed?
The main reason for destroying an Inlay would be to maintain privacy. Some of the common ways are:
- Having it thrown in a microwave for 5 seconds. It melts the antennae and the chip making it hard ever to be reread. This method has a specific fire risk that can be associated with it.
- Secondly, you can pierce the Inlay with. a knife or any sharp object only if you know where the chip is located within the RFID Inlay.
- The third method is, having the antennae cut close to the chip, making it impossible for the signals to be transferred to the reader. This method would be a good one on all Inlays as it leaves minimal traces of damage.
- Lastly, hitting the RFID Inlay with a hammer destroys the Inlay and leaves no proof of intentional damage of the Inlay.
Also, an RFID Inlay can be blocked so you can use it whenever you need it. Fortunately, RFID label signs can without much of a stretch be blocked. This implies that you will have the alternative to utilize the tag at whatever point you need and keep others from having the option to understand it.
The sign conveyed by an RFID tag is effortlessly impeded by metal. This implies that putting the RFID tag within a Faraday confine will keep the data from being perused.
There are now two Instructions on the best way to construct RFID hindering holders:
- RFID Secure Wallet
- Make an RFID Shielding Pouch Out of Trash. However, this is a temporary method on how to destroy a used-up RFID Inlay, though can be of great help.