GAO RFID provides a collection of UHF EPC Gen 2 RFID tags with integrated technologies that are designed for mounting on metal while ensuring efficient interrogation even in the trickiest environments. These tags provide excellent read ranges on metallic surfaces and are available in operating frequencies within 860-960 MHz range. Furthermore the mount on metal UHF EPC Gen 2 tags are offered in various form facts to fit different business needs and also offer numerous key features such as reusability, ruggedness, printability, and temperature resistance. Most of these tags are RoHs compliant and some of them support various protocols such as ISO/IEC18000-6C and ISO 15693. Additionally the UHF EPC Gen 2 RFID tags have a variety of memory capacity options that include EPC 96 bits, User 512 bits, TID 96-bits, HF (opt.) 1 Kbit, TID 64 bits and CRC 32 bits. Other key features of these tags include their resistance to high temperature and they are waterproof. Some of the materials utilized to fabricate these kinds of tags include glass fiber – PCB FR4, 304 stainless steel and PC.
The mount on metal UHF EPC Gen 2 tags are designed to work in supply chain applications. The tags have key technologies to ensure performance in harsh environments and meet rigorous endurance requirements in terms of heat, pressure and chemical resistance. Some of the specific applications for these tags involve heavy machinery identification, as a spare part of metal products, tracking valuable tooling assets and tagging and tracking industrial gas cylinder assets. Other applications for the UHF EPC Gen 2 tags include petrochemical, automotive and maritime industry, reusable conveyance tracking and Airline Unit Load Devices (ULD), totes, single-use transit packaging, and stillage.