Affordable RFID Tags with Excellent Quality
MoreRFID has been a leading brand in the RFID and NFC device manufacturing industry in China, producing the highest quality products. We have been steadily rising in the RFID market with our own factory in Fujian. We are professional enough to mass-produce high-quality RFID products at factory prices.
MoreRFID creates RFID tags that can be used for a variety of applications. RFID tags may be used for a variety of purposes, including monitoring, materials management, access control, and much more.
We provide free design services, you can freely customize your personalized RFID tags.
There is nothing on blank RFID tags, they can be customized freely to satisfy your needs.
Including RFID silicone flexible laundry tags and RFID disc tags. Widely used in the washing industry, hospital logistics, and other fields.
Use RFID animal tags of various designs to ensure traceability and control disease outbreaks.
The RFID tags used in the library do not contain personal information and are very private.
The airline’s scanner can obtain information about the baggage and the data can be pinned to a map for you to view.
With different reading ranges, high-quality metal materials ensure their durability and resistance.
The shape of the nail. They are strong enough to be hammered into wood or other soft materials.
Used to track vehicles entering and exiting parking lots, car washes, highways, and automatic access control systems.
For vehicle identification, these tags can record and view the real-time status and location of the vehicle.
For jewelry, watches, glasses, etc. Printable, compact size, and high reading performance.
MoreRFID: Your Professional RFID Tags Supplier in China
MoreRFID is a global manufacturer which specializes in RFID and NFC products. We have extensive experience in the RFID tags production, quality control, and distribution of RFID products since 2008.
With our expertise in the field, we help our clients select the best RFID readers, tags, and antennas for their particular applications.
We provide a one-year warranty for all RFID products. Compared to other brands, we have our factory based in Fujian, China which guarantees the best quality product. We aim to ensure that all of our clients receive the best deals in the industry through our flexible and cost-competitive pricing process.
MoreRFID has invested in a variety of technologies, including NFC, RFID, and magnetics. OEM, ODM, and CM services are available. We strictly adhere to the ISO 9001:2008 requirements in every phase of the manufacturing process to ensure that our RFID tags are at their highest quality possible.
The company partnered with UPS, EMS, FedEx, TNT, and DHL to ensure that we provide a cost-effective product delivery method across the globe.
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.
RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. This acronym refers to small electronic devices that consist of a small chip and an antenna. Just as the barcode or a magnetic strip provides a unique identification to an object, RFID device retrieves information by scanning through the RFID label/tag. RFID serves the same purpose as the magnetic strip on the back of a credit card or bar codes on merchandise.
RFID works better than barcodes as they need not be positioned precisely relative to the scanner. In fact, RFID Device can work effectively within a few feet of the scanner, precisely, 20 feet. Though RFID technology has been around for the last 50 years, it is only recently that RFID tags are gaining momentum.
RFID Tags/Labels are also called RF tags and use a non-contact automatic identification technology. All RFID Tags/Labels have a unique electronic code, which is attached to the object to identify the target object. They are commonly known as RFID tags or smart labels.
More RFID tag manufacturer is the best professional manufacturer. We are your most reliable and affordable RFID Tags/Labels supplier. These RFID tags/labels can be either passive RFID tags, semi-passive (also known as semi-active), or Active RFID Tags. According to the low and high frequency, they are divided LF(125khz), HF(13.56 MHz), UHF RFID Tags.
MORE RFID is a brand name that evokes confidence and is counted as a top rated RFID tag manufacturer. All our RFID tags and RFID labels are produced and finished in China. This has helped us to maintain high quality and competitive price standards.
More RFID offers a full line of RFID & NFC products for your business. We are a one-stop solution provider, who can help you save time and money. We believe we can help make your business smarter and your work easier with our technology innovations. We offer the most cost effective prices and offer more customising options and flexibility.
RFID technology finds wide application in various fields. It can be found in such areas -as animal micro RFID tags, access control RFID tag labels, airline baggage identification RFID labels, document tracking management, package RFID tracking labels, logistics management, automated production lines, materials management, and so on. More RFID tag manufacturer supplies to many industrial fields with RFID tags and RF security field tags product. We are a professional manufacturer of a smart card. Our products are manufactured with strict quality control processes. This guarantees 100% QC at every step that is governed by ISO 9001:2008 certificate.
As high-quality RFID & NFC Card supplier, we are one of the most important suppliers for any business setup. You can trust More RFID products. They come with a one year warranty and lifetime maintenance! Our company primarily provides OEM / ODM / CM services for RFID / NFC products such as Smart card, RFID Tags, RFID Wristbands, RFID Labels, RFID inlays, RFID Readers & other innovative RFID products.
Founded in 2008, More RFID Smart Technologies., LTD is a leading RFID & NFC products manufacturer located in Chinese special economic Zone-Xiamen. Quality is life!
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MoreRFID RFID Tags
RFID tags are small devices that receive, store, and transmit data to nearby readers using low-power radio waves. A microchip or integrated circuit (IC), an antenna, and a substrate or protective material layer that keeps all of the components together are the key components of RFID tags.
We offer different types of RFID tags which can also be customized according to your needs. If you are looking for a high-quality yet affordable supplier of RFID tags, contact MoreRFID now.
RFID Tags Types from MoreRFID
MoreRFID offers different types of RFID tags to meet your specific requirements like Blank RFID Tags, RFID Sensor Tags, Writable RFID Tags, RFID Vehicle Tags, RFID Windshield Tags, RFID Nail Tags, RFID Metal Tags, RFID Luggage Tags, Library RFID Tags, RFID Animal Tags, RFID Laundry Tags, RFID Jewellery Tags.
Inlined with this, we also provide custom RFID tags which can come in different forms.
RFID Tags – An Ultimate FAQ Guide
Radiofrequency identification refers to non-contact remote data transmission utilizing radio frequency waves. The use of RFID waves enables users to automate various activities such as identification, monitoring of inventory, and other properties by tagging RFID tags on them.
RFID improves auto-ID technology by allowing tags to be read without having a direct line of sight, with reading ranges varying from a few centimeters to more than 20 meters, dependent on the type of RFID in use.
Our RFID tags are discussed in detail in the FAQ below.
What Is An RFID Tag?
RFID tags are a form of tracking system that identifies objects using smart barcodes. Radiofrequency technology is used by RFID identifiers, which stands for “radio frequency identification.”
The information from the tag is transmitted through radio waves to a scanner. It is then sent to a computer program on the RFID. By the use of RFID tags tracking of goods, vehicles, pets, and also in special cases the Alzheimer’s disease patient is made possible.
Notably, an RFID tag is also referred to as an RFID chip.
Why Should I Choose MoreRFID Tags?
RFID tags do not require line-of-sight reading and can be detected and read remotely and simultaneously. On the other hand, choosing MoreRFID Tags guarantees the following to our customers:
- They come with an initially imported chip, chip variety.
- We also provide data compilation services for all our Smart Cards
- All our cards are ISO 9001:2008 certified. This means they meet the global set standards.
- Our Tags are of premium quality, having been subjected to a strict quality control process.
- They also come with a one-year warranty and lifetime maintenance at an agreeable fee.
- They are also made using the latest printing machine from Germany, producing high-quality products and fast production.
What Are Some of The Advantages of Using RFID Tags?
- Processes become more effective due to automation: data is collected reliably and automatically from RFID methods, eliminating the need for additional manual labor.
- The logistics and supply chain will become more efficient: RFID technology can improve visibility and product traceability at various logistics and warehouse management stages.
- Inventory is automated, and assets and goods are easily tracked: The Internet of Things (IoT), which can be accomplished using RFID technology, becomes increasingly linked to items and commercial properties.
- The following materials are guaranteed to be available: RFID technology is used in manufacturing to ensure content supply using the LEAN technique.
- Permissions for access and user authentication are simple to manage: RFID may be used for identifying users, as well as controlling access permissions, in addition to identifying items and assets.
- Operations are sped up with real-time tracking and visibility: RFID tracking of objects and processes allows for real-time transmission of captured data.
- Work evolves into something more intelligent: Reallocating resources to more productive work is enabled by automated processes and reduced manual work phases.
- RFID technology can be used to define and collect business-critical data in operations and transmit data to other information systems, which opens up new growth opportunities.
What Are The Limitations of RFID Tags?
Below are some potential shortcomings that MoreRFID has identified:
- Not always as precise or dependable as barcode scanners
- Cost – RFID readers can cost up to ten times as much as barcode readers.
- Execution consumes a lot of time, making it complicated.
- Signals may be influenced by materials such as metal and liquid.
Do You Provide Free Samples of RFID Tags?
Yes, we have free stock samples ready for you; what is required is to pay express freight or have a freight collected from your express account with DHL, UPS, FedEx, TNT, and so on.
If you require design samples, you will be charged a sample fee of approximately $50, which will be refunded if you place a bulk order. Our minimum order quantity is 100 parts. Is it possible to customize RFID Tags?
Where Are RFID Tags Applicable?
In a variety of circumstances, RFID can be used, including:
- Payments for modes of transportation, such as public transportation and tolls…
- Place, recognition, and tracking of assets are all part of asset management…
- Logistical support.
- Inventories and storage facilities.
- Animal identification is essential.
- Surgical procedures.
- Sports facilities, buildings, and tourism all need access control.
What Are The Various Types Of MoreRFID Tags?
- RFID tag for a library: RFID tags are commonly used in library management, and as RFID technology advances, ultra-thin chips can now be embedded in sticky labels. RFID tags and stickers can be conveniently attached to library books.
- NFC (Near Field Communication) tags– We make NFC tags and stickers that enable mobile devices, consumer electronics, PCs, and intelligent control tools to communicate wirelessly over short distances.
- RFID baggage tags use RFID technology to provide baggage-tracking solutions, and the wireless signal to locate the baggage and baggage tags can be read by RFID scanners a few meters away.
- Animal RFID tags provide chips for animals and the reading and data sharing and exchange of information. Many RFID animal tags can be sold in injectable implant types, ear hook-types (RFID nail tags), and left gastric types. Vivo RFID dog tags are utilized for these applications, and RFID dog tags used on collars and hanging pig RFID tags in the ear. For the poultry and other birds, foot ring RFID tags are utilized.
- RFID laundry tags
- RFID metal tags
- RFID nail tags
- RFID windshield tags
How Are RFID Tags Used?
The following are some examples of RFID applications:
- Visibility of the Logistics and Supply Chain
- Inventory Tracking at the Item Level
- Timing of the race
- Attendee Management
- Access Control for Materials Management
- Tracking Tool for IT Assets
- Kiosks are places where people can buy stuff.
- Interactive Marketing RTLS Library Systems Laundry Management (Real-Time Location System)
What Are The Safety Features Of MoreRFID Tags?
- Switches are one of the MoreRFID protection features.
Other safety features include:
- Shields are protective devices.
- Mutual Authentication is a method of establishing trust between two parties.
- Code which must be eliminated once used.
- The password is locked.
- Access Control at a Basic Level
- Cover coding is a concept referring only to the encryption method.
What Kind of Chips Do MoreRFID Tags Use?
The majority of RFID chips used in daily life are passive RFID chips. They’re small and light, with a short antenna, and can be used as stickers or labels on products. However, they can only hold a limited amount of data. The distance separating them is a few centimeters. Passive RFID tags often don’t have their power source. They must receive radio signals from a transponder to become operational.
What Standards Does MoreRFID Observe in Making RFID Tags?
Life is about quality. As a certified RFID tag manufacturer, every MoreRFID tag is manufactured using stringent quality control systems, 100 percent QC, and every move is regulated by an ISO 9001:2008 certificate. Contact us today for a fast quote!
What Is the Memory Capacity of An RFID Tag?
To store basic information on the object to be attached depending on the vendor, application or tag type, tags typically hold no more than two kB of data. A 96-bit or 128-bit serial number is all that is included in simple “license plate” tags. Simple tags are less expensive to produce and are more suited to applications where the tag would be discarded with the product packaging. Since the aerospace industry needs to store parts histories on high-memory tags, passive UHF tags with 4KB or 8KB of storage have been introduced.
What Types of Frequency Do MoreRFID Tags Use?
Just two frequency ranges, 433 MHz and 860–960 MHz are used for RFID applications. The ultra-high frequency range contains frequencies between 300 to 1000 MHz. Active tags use the 433 MHz frequency, while passive tags and some semi-passive tags use the 860–960 MHz frequency range.
How is RFID Tag Data Stored?
A passive tag absorbs the energy from the antenna of the reader. It powers the circuit of the RFID chip and then returns it to the viewer with the signal. The method of recovering the data stored on the tag is sending the RFID waves and translating the waves that the tag sends back to the data.
How Different Are Read-Only RFID Tags from Read-Write RFID Tags?
RFID tags may have read-write, play-only, or write-only microchips, read multiple (WORM). When the mark is within a reader’s range, read-write chips may add or overwrite existing information.
A serial number is usually not rewritable on read-write tags. More information on the objects to which the tag is applied can be stored with additional data blocks. Information is stored on read-only microchips during the manufacturing process.
You can never modify the data stored on these chips. Only once will a serial number be entered into the WORM identifiers, which cannot be overwritten afterward.
How do Passive and Active RFID Tags Distinguish Themselves?
Ideally, active RFID tags are battery-powered and can transmit signals continuously. Also, they can read from a long-range, which makes them costly due to their batteries and transmitter.
There is no built-in power source for passive RFID tags. The RFID reader generates all the energy needed to unlock the chip. They are much less expensive and have a much shorter range than active tags.
How Much does RFID Tag Cost?
Passive RFID tags are inexpensive, ranging from $0.10 for simple passive RFID tags to $20 for active RFID tags. Basic passive RFID tags cost $0.10 each and are suitable for paper, non-metal, and liquid materials.
What Is The Process of Making An RFID Tag?
Full working tags are made with printed antennas for radio frequency identification (RFID) at one site.
In place of copper, aluminum, or screen-printed antennas, manufacturing processes use conductive inks to manufacture printed antennas at high speeds.
What Materials Does MoreRFID Use In Making RFID Tags?
MoreRFID can create a programmable RFID-tag for data storage which consists of:
Data storage chip.
- Contact antenna with an RFID chip.
- A reader/antenna device to interrogate the RFID inlay
What Are the Common Methods of Encoding RFID Tags?
To encode an RFID tag, there are two options. An RFID Printer Encoder and an RFID Reader are needed.
The encoding is secure since the RFID Printer Encodes isolates each RFID inlay and protects it from outside interference. But what if I need to encode the tags on the fly, with a fixed reader, in a setting where many other RFID devices are transmitting. When the readers use Anti-Collision and Dense Reader Mode, which can be very successful, particularly in the US regulatory setting, this should not be a problem.
Furthermore, US regulations allow for 50 500 kHz wide channels, allowing for many readers to fit within the spectrum with ample spacing even before DRM is needed.
What Read Distance Can An RFID Tag Support?
A tag’s reading range refers to the distance it can be read from. The radio wave frequency, antenna size, the reader’s power generation, and the tags used for signaling or collecting energy from a reader, which is just a low signal from the reader, affect the reader read range.
The battery-powered labels are available. UHF tags have a reading range of 20-30 ft while in ideal conditions. When tags are placed on objects containing water or metal, the read range can be significantly reduced. When the size of UHF’s antenna is reduced, the read range will be reduced dramatically.
Increased power output can consequently lead to the increased reading range, however, most governments control the reading power so that other RF devices such as cordless phones are not interfered with.
Can RFID Tags Be Reprogrammed?
Certain RFID tags can be rewritten, while others cannot; it all depends on the application for which the tags were designed. RFID tags have an internal microchip that can be configured to accept or deny rewrite requests, which aids protection by preventing malicious data from changing on tags used for door entry, for example.
On the other hand, hotels often use RFID cards that can be reprogrammed for each new visitor. It is dependent on the application that is needed for the particular tag.
How Are RFID Tags Protected Against Damage?
Many people are searching for ways to secure themselves now that they know that information on their cards and even their passports can be read wirelessly and remotely.
One choice is to purchase an RFID blocking wallet (or sleeve, or pouch).
RFID-blocking wallets work by enclosing RFID signals in an electromagnetic enclosure known as a faraday cage. A credit card is made invisible through the dispersal of electrostatic charges/radiation across the cage through this technology. This shields the content of the card against electric charges.
How Is The Tracking Of RFID Tags Done?
It works by storing data on an RFID tag and adding it to a specific asset. This information may range from a person’s name to their condition, number, and location. The data saved in an RFID tag is read by an RFID reader with the radio waves pulsing the tag.
What Are MoreRFID Means And Terms Of Payment?
Several ways through which our customers can make payments are available. Our customers can use either at their convenience. This can be done through Pay pal, T/T, and other acceptable online payment methods.
Our payment terms are 30% as deposit, while the rest 70% be paid before product delivery.
What Does MoreRFID Offer for Defective RFID Tags?
Rarely does MoreRFID report defective RFID tags. But in case the latter happens, contact us online via our email or telephone number provided.
THEREFORE, an RFID detection and separation unit is used along with an RFID conversion device based on the microcontroller. The microcontroller manages to switch the inlay belt. The reel is mounted between the unwinding and feeding stations from the movement of the RFID reel-unwinding station and the liner-mounted bucket on the Liner Unwinding station.
RFID tag separation mode involves inspection and, if found correct, the tag is dispensed to a tray to make an RFID label. When an error is detected by the RFID tag detection and separation system, it enters the non-separation mode, which means that the defective RFID tag passes the device without being separated from the incoming bucket.
Only high-quality RFID labels are therefore made.
How Is Delivery of RFID Tags Orders Done?
Our highest priority is to satisfy our customer’s requirements. We offer a range of delivery options depending on your location. Our options include travel by air, road, and expressway, among other modes of transportation.
For express delivery, we use DHL, UPS, TNT, or FedEx. Your order will usually arrive in 3 to 5 days. If our customers are based outside of the United States, they may also use sea-shipping and flight services. These two have a fee attached to them.
We may also aid with customs clearance. Please tell us which clearing company you’d like us to work with, and we’ll coordinate with them to ensure that your order arrives on time.
Are The RFID Tag Re-Usable Or A One-Time Use?
RFID labels can be used again by deleting and replacing the stored data with new ones (read/write cycles, 500,000). Further, recycling passive tags can be done if they are embraced in plastic protection or other material that allows them to withstand their deletion.
If you try to rip a passive RFID label off an item, the chances are that the link between the antenna and the chip will be damaged, making the tag useless.
What Maintenance Services Are Provided for RFID Tags?
Firstly, we ensure that all our products are of high quality by subjecting them in strict quality-control procedures to ensure we achieve 100% quality.
We also offer a one-year warranty and lifetime maintenance on technical support on our RFID Inlays components that have lifetime validity. We acknowledge that the Tags are subject to scratches and wearing out; this lifetime warranty is not applicable.
How Can Outworn RFID Tags Be Disposed Of?
Tags disposal can be done in at least three ways depending on whether or not there is a need for evidence that the card was damaged or not:
- Throwing an RFID in the microwave for 5 seconds is the quickest way to destroy it to ensure it is gone. This would melt the processor and antenna, making it difficult to reread the chip. Unfortunately, there is a fire risk associated with this approach.
This method of killing an RFID chip would also leave clear signs that it has been tampered with, rendering it unsuitable for killing the RFID tag in passports. If you do this by a credit card, the magnetic stripe on the back is most likely to be damaged and rendered unusable.
- The second way to perceive this chip is more convenient and less harmful using a knife or with any other sharp object. This is only effective when done with the knowledge of where the microchip is mounted in the tag. This method demonstrates the deliberate destruction of the chip and shows that it can’t be used for passports.
- The third step is to close the antenna to the chip. This will prevent the chip from receiving the power or signal transmission back to the reader. Using this kind of technique eliminates chances of injuries, which means that use on a passport is probably not a good idea. The ultimate (and almost unnoticeable) way to remove an RFID tag is to hammer it. Just take any usual hammer and give a few hard whacks to the chip. This breaks the chip and removes all signs of the tag. Since there would be no evidence that you purposefully destroyed the chip, this approach is appropriate while getting rid of the passport tags.