30 mm x 15 mm, mini size paper nfc sticker, 13.56 Mhz, 5 cm read distance, IEC14443 A & ISO18092, suitable for Sony Xperia, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Nexus...
GEE-NT-2611 is a type of high performance NFC tags that worked at frequency of 13.56 Mhz, combines with highest manufacturing technology and optimized quality control system. Mini size make it much suitable for being attached onto small object for various purpose, for example open a website, watch a video, one key share, facebook log in, etc. It is widely used in media& ads, nfc mobile phone apps, access control, asset management, anti-fake and other field.
• High performance rfid chips
• Perfect worked at Android platform, compliance with Sony Xperia, Samsung Galaxy Note II ....
• Advanced Etched aluminum antenna technique, better RF performance through accurate resonance testing
• CMYK printing technology better restore the original design
• Advanced RFID tag production machine, Flip chip mounter maximize the stability of NFC tags in different batches
• ISO9001 Quality control system and ROHS material guarantee each product is perfect in quality and totally green for environment
• Original Factory outlet, fast delivery with low price.
|Size||30 x 15mm|
|Antenna||Etched Aluminum, model: VM320702, 26 x11 mm|
|Printing||CMYK 4c printing|
|Encoding||URL, TEXT, SMS..|
|Packing||1000 piece/ roll, 10 roll/ ctn, G.W: 9 kg/ ctn|
|Protocol||IEC14443 A, ISO18092|
|Operating Frequency||13.56 MHz|
|Chip||NXP mifare ultralight, ultralightc, Ntag210, Ntag213, Ntag215, Ntag216, Mifare 1k, Mifare plus 2k/ 4k, Desfire 2k/ 4k/ 8K, F08|
|Memory||64 - 8k Byte|
|Read Distance||5 cm in the air|
|Write endurances||100,000 cycles|
|Data retention||10 year|
|Extended features||NFC counter ASCII mirror, UID ASCII mirror,32-bit password protection to prevent unauthorized memory operations ( For Ntag21x series only)|
|Operating Temp||-40 ~ 70 Degree Celsius, 5~ 95% RH, No condensation|
|Storage Condition||-20 ~ 45 degree Celsuis, 5~ 95% RH, no condensation|
In transportation and ticketing feild, the traditional payment is by a simple paper ticket that bears some of security features, like florescent ink, security line, latent image, barcode, infra-red ink. Through it can be prevent most of the fake tickets, however hard work load, low identification rate, and relevant unsafe features enforce institutions had to recruit abundant workforce to maintain normally operation, and now everything was changed as RFID technology deeply implanted into this sector.
At most of bus station or subway station, you will not no longer find any paper tickets any more, which replaced them was a simple recharge card or NFC mobile phones. And in recent years, the pace of changing speeds up dramatically.
Thanks to the RFID technology, you do need to wait in line for ticket checking, all just by a simple touch, and you are allowed to get through, and payment will automatically deducted by the RFID readers.
The benefits are not only in its convenience, but also its security. Each RFID card will have a unique ID, which is permanently stored in its ROM, and can not be rewritten. Meanwhile the communication between the RFID card and RFID readers is encrypted. Let’s take oyster card( London metro card) for example, this type of card is embedded with NXP Mifare Desfire chip, which the chip is integrated with the 3DES encryption technology, and still now there is zero case of password being cracked.
This RFID technology also have been applied into certain of big event, such as Olympics, World Expo…
In the future, we will see more and more case of this advanced RFID technology being applied in our normal life, and therefore change our life for ever.
RFID, or Radio-Frequency Identification, is a method of storing data and retrieving it via radio waves. Much in the same way a barcode can store information about a type of product, RFID tags contain unique identifiers that correspond to inventory database records. Switching to RFID in your logistics chain offers some significant advantages over traditional inventory control methods.
One of the major advantages of RFID in logistics is how quickly RFID tags can provide information compared to barcoding or other systems. With a barcode, you have to pass each code over a scanner to register the item. RFID works wirelessly, so you can point a scanner at a box of items and register each one without having to take them out first. A powerful enough RFID scanner could inventory entire rooms at once, making inventory tracking a much faster process.
RFID tags contain a microchip or other storage device that can contain a large amount of information. This allows you to place individual identifiers on products, rather than using a single barcode for an entire class of items, and to follow individual items through your logistics chain, instead of needing to extrapolate that data from inventory numbers. This also allows you to track a defective item back to its source in a much easier manner than with other tracking methods.
Because scanning and inventory control is much faster with RFID than with other forms of management, the system lends itself to integration with wireless communication systems and real-time inventory management systems. This allows you to query the database at any time and find out exactly how much of a given product you have on hand, instead of getting numbers that may be days or weeks old. RFID scanners built into the entrances of warehouses can even scan crates as they enter and leave, providing instant updates of inventory totals that can propagate to other users across the company network.
INTEGRATION WITH OTHER SYSTEMS
The same RFID tags that provide inventory information can also provide other services as well. Security scanners at building exits can let your system know instantly when any product leaves the premises, allowing you to spot theft or misdirected shipments quickly and correct the problem. Likewise, scanning RFID tags at entry and exit points allows confirmation of shipping and delivery of goods, allowing you to trace a shipment as it moves through your logistics chain, and provide accurate estimates of arrival to customers or other business units.