Ceramic RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) tags are miniature electronic devices that use ceramic materials such as alumina, zirconia, silicon carbide, and silicon nitride for their construction. They consist of an integrated circuit (IC) and an antenna, enclosed within a protective ceramic casing made of materials such as boron carbide, titanium, and magnesium oxide. Ceramic RFID tags are known for their durability, heat resistance, and chemical resistance, which make them suitable for use in harsh environments. They can be attached to objects for various applications, such as inventory management, supply chain tracking, asset tracking, and product authentication.
One of the key features of GAO’s ceramic RFID tags is their durability. Ceramic materials such as glass ceramics and silicon nitride are inherently resistant to wear, corrosion, and heat, which makes them suitable for use in challenging environments where other types of tags may not perform well. Ceramic RFID tags can withstand exposure to extreme temperatures, chemicals, and mechanical stress, making them ideal for applications in industries such as aerospace, chemical, automotive, and manufacturing.
Another advantage of our ceramic RFID tags is their heat resistance. Ceramic materials have high melting points and can withstand high temperatures without deforming or melting, which makes them suitable for use in high-temperature environments. This makes GAO’s ceramic RFID tags ideal for applications where exposure to heat is common, such as in industrial processes or automotive manufacturing.
Gao’s ceramic RFID tags also offer excellent chemical resistance. Ceramic materials are typically inert and do not react with most chemicals, which makes them suitable for use in environments where exposure to harsh chemicals is expected. This chemical resistance makes ceramic RFID tags ideal for applications in industries such as chemical manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and food processing.
In addition to their durability, heat resistance, and chemical resistance, GAO’s ceramic RFID tags can also perform in the long read range, high data storage capacity, and resistance to electromagnetic interference (EMI). This allows ceramic RFID tags to be customized for various applications and RFID systems, providing reliable and efficient tracking and identification of objects.
GAO ceramic RFID tags are customizable, and we provide free samples.