GAO RFID offers a selection of Printable RFID tags with protocols designed to provide a cost effective and highly efficient solution for the needs of users that require to tag and track their assets quick and proficiently. The printable tags are available at a variety of frequencies for use that include 125 kHz Low frequency, 13.56 MHz High frequency and UHF 860- 960 MHz frequency. Furthermore, most of these kinds of tags are compliant with RoHs, MF1 S50, MF1 S70, Phillip Ucode Gen 2 and Impinj Monza 96. Additionally, these tags support various regulatory protocols such as ISO/IEC 18000-6C, EPC Class 1 Gen 2, ISO/IEC 9798-2 and ISO15693 ICODE SL2. The printable tags are designed with an RFID chip/inlay that is encoded by GAO´s RFID printer, which encodes and prints information onto RFID tags. Further technology features of these tags, include that most of them are waterproof, dustproof and resistance to harsh environments. Printable RFID tags are made of durable materials such as PVC, PET, polyester or polypropylene.
The printable RFID tags are the quick and efficient way to tag and track assets. Available with active or passive technology, short or long reading ranges and print and encode via RFID printers, these tags provided a wide range of solutions for different applications. Some of the applications for the printable RFID include employee identification, attendance checking, access control, high security hands free, prepayment devices and asset tagging. Other applications for this kind of tag are tracking IT metal assets, industrial or manufacturing automation, status identification and any application where small form factor with longer range read capability is required.