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Construction of Passive RFID Tags

There are lots of different types of RFID tags but a question we often answer is how RFID tags are constructed?   

In this post we attempt to answer this question and highlight the most common construction we see for passive rfid tags.

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The Viper - RFID Converting For Quick Lead Times

Vipers can strike in, somewhere, between 50 and 90 milliseconds. Commonly thought, humans blink in approximately 100 milliseconds.

According to Kyle Bermel, Metalcraft lead RFID engineer, the Viper label die cast converter-- Metalcraft’s high volume in-line converter--clips at 30 milliseconds. That’s about three clips in the tick of a clock. 

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Metal RFID Tags Becoming a Reality

What if you could have the durability of a metal asset tag with RFID technology?  

A few years ago this combination would have been thought impossible but Metalcraft, the leader in durable asset tags, has developed the metal RFID tag that fuses the strength and longevity of a metal asset tag with the technological power of RFID.

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How Passive RFID Temperature Sensors Work

Metalcraft knows the effect of extreme temperatures on business processes and materials. For years, we’ve produced a range of durable RFID tags and labels made to withstand hot and cold.

Today, we have new technology – passive RFID temperature sensor tags – to help you measure temperature in new and powerful ways.

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Understanding the Different Types of RFID Tags

There are primarily three basic types of RFID tags that are familiar to most consumers who use the technology: active, passive, and semi-passive. Find out which type of tag will be the best fit for your RFID application.

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RFID IML Labels

Making its debut as the answer to identifying reusable goods permanently, the RFID In Mold Label (RFID IML)  presents itself as an uncompromising identifier even under extremely adverse conditions.

Formerly, used as a marketing tool, IML has found its way into manufacturing both in terms of items being manufactured and in terms of items in use.

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RFID Hits The High Fashion Industry

At Metalcraft we make it a point to help our neighbor and be active in the community.  One unique opportunity we had this past month was to participate in the local Habitat for Humanity Hammers & Heels fundraising event.  This event was a fashion show where all the garment designs had to be unique and showcase the sponsoring organization.

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Passive Moisture Sensors Explained

Passive Moisture Sensors are opening a new frontier of environmental sensing. See how RFID sensor tags sense moisture presence and give valuable insights.

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