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
Metalcraft continues to invest in the latest equipment and technology to provide its customers with superior RFID tags and label products. The Viper allows Metalcraft to convert labels faster and get the product to our customers with shorter lead times.Read more
Be aware of the inherent conflict between the technical requirements of the application and budget constraints of your company. Buying a slightly cheaper tag may cost your company significant problems with the economic costs of rework and re-reading the tags because the RFID tag/label does not quite meet all of the application's criteria. Another pitfall is under-defining the application's criteria or under-testing the tags in the real application environment in large enough numbers to draw a valid test result and make a wise business decision.Read more