Waiting in the reception room of a medical clinic can feel like one of the most wasted periods of the day. But now, the wait promises to shorten using passive UHF RFID, voice capture, and biometrics.Read More
Metalcraft's RFID weather-resistant tags are durable enough to withstand extremes of snow, wind, rain and UV heat from the sun.
Today, many of the chores of securing, carrying, and retrieving critical information are handled, not by human couriers, but by mechanical means. One of those means is the RFID tag, which carries information much more securely than a human.Read More
RFID helps to solve many of the problems that plague business: inventory control, asset misplacement, theft, absenteeism, inattentiveness, and breakdowns. Having a RFID system in place to help fix these issues helps businesses better manage their operations and bolster profitability.Read More
With the variety of different types of RFID tags that are avaialble in the market today it can be confusing how RFID tags are different from one another. In this article discover a few ways RFID tag and label manufacturers, including Metalcraft, segment their passive RFID tag offerings into identifiable and functional categories.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More