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RFIDTags.com provides product information about RFID tags, RFID labels and RFID cards and sample packs from the top RFID manufacturers. To help you locate the right tag for your needs, you can search by Vertical Market, Application, Frequency and even Tag Type:

Vertical Market [back to top]

Aerospace RFID Tags

Aerospace RFID Tags

RFID tags for applications in the aerospace industry such as inventory management, DoD compliance and asset tracking applications

Agriculture RFID Tags

Agriculture RFID Tags

Perishable food tractability and asset tracking rfid tags

Apparel RFID Tags

Apparel RFID Tags

RFID tags for the apparel industry for applications such as asset tracking and inventory management

Automotive RFID Tags

Automotive RFID Tags

RFID tags for applications in the auto industry such as asset tracking, inventory management and asset management

Baggage RFID Tags

Baggage RFID Tags

RFID tags for baggage tracking in airports and other similar industries

Car Wash RFID Tags

Car Wash RFID Tags

RFID tags for car wash applications

Chemical RFID Tags

Chemical RFID Tags

Chemical industry RFID tags for improving inventory accuracy or asset tracking

Chip Timing RFID Tags

Chip Timing RFID Tags

RFID tags for chip timing races and various chip timing applications

Cold Chain RFID Tags

Cold Chain RFID Tags

Passive and active RFID tags for cold chain logistics, supply chain management and packaging

Construction RFID Tags

Construction RFID Tags

RFID tags for applications in the aerospace industry such as inventory management, DoD compliance and asset tracking applications

Data Center RFID Tags

Data Center RFID Tags

Asset tracking, asset management, and inventory management rfid tags

Food RFID Tags

Food RFID Tags

Food industry RFID tags for improving inventory accuracy or tracking product in the food supply chain

Footwear RFID Tags

Footwear RFID Tags

Footwear industry rfid tags for applications such as in-store inventory accuracy and on-shelf availability

Healthcare RFID Tags

Healthcare RFID Tags

Healthcare industry rfid tags for applications such as inventory management, asset tracking, and patient tracking

Laundry RFID Tags

Laundry RFID Tags

RFID tags for applications in the hospitality industry such as laundry inventory tracking and management

Liquor RFID Tags

Liquor RFID Tags

Liquor asset tracking, asset management, and inventory management rfid tags

Logistics RFID Tags

Logistics RFID Tags

Logistics

Medical RFID Tags

Medical RFID Tags

Medical

Mining RFID Tags

Mining RFID Tags

Passive and active RFID tags for miner safety and general mine operation applications

Oil & Gas RFID Tags

Oil & Gas RFID Tags

RFID tags for applications in the oil and gas industry

Pharma RFID Tags

Pharma RFID Tags

RFID pharmaceutical tags for applications such as inventory management and asset tracking

Race Timing RFID Tags

Race Timing RFID Tags

RFID race timing tags for applications such as marathon, triathlon, bike and motor sport races

Supply Chain RFID Tags

Supply Chain RFID Tags

RFID tags for supply chain management and operation applications

Transportation RFID Tags

Transportation RFID Tags

Passive and active RFID tags for transportation and logistical RFID applications

Truck Wash RFID Tags

Truck Wash RFID Tags

Truck wash RFID tags for improving vehicle tracking, truck wash solutions and vehicle identification

Application [back to top]

Access Control

Access Control

An access control system is a system which enables an authority to control access to areas and resources in a given physical facility or computer-based information system.

Asset Tracking

Asset Tracking

Asset tracking refers to tracking the movement of physical assets. RFID enhances this tracking by automating this process by having RFID smart tags broadcast their signal.

Car Tracking

Car Tracking

RFID tagging of cars enables inventory and security applications.

Container Tracking

Container Tracking

Location tracking of containers can be enhanced by utilizing RFID tags to improve inventory and visibility.

Data Center Management

Data Center Management

A data center or datacenter (or datacentre), also called a server farm, is a facility used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems. RFID helps organizations meet IT asset-related reporting, legal and regulatory requirements.

Electronics Inventory Tracking

Electronics Inventory Tracking

RFID enabling of electronic products allows for just-in-time (JIT) inventory improvements not previously available with bar coding solutions.

Employee Tracking

Employee Tracking

Employers have many options at their disposal when it comes to monitoring their employees, but the effectiveness can be improved using RFID.

Equipment Tracking

Equipment Tracking

The ability for RFID to provide visibility of equipment is unmatched. An effective RFID equipment tracking solution can significantly improve equipment utilization.

Fleet Maintenance

Fleet Maintenance

Proper fleet identification is a cornerstone for any proper fleet maintenance program. RFID provides the ability to accurately identify any asset.

General Asset Tracking

General Asset Tracking

RFID can improve any asset tracking program. The ability for RFID to determine the location of an asset without human intervention can provide significant productivity improvements.

Inventory Control

Inventory Control

An effective inventory control system is designed to promote efficiency and inventory accuracy. RFID technology represents a paradigm shift in inventory control solutions.

IT Asset Tracking

IT Asset Tracking

In today's information centric age securing IT assets such as notebooks, hardrives and servers is critical to many types of organizations. RFID tagging of these IT assets provides the ability to ensure that sensitive information is properly secured.

Jewelry Inventory Management

Jewelry Inventory Management

The ability to manage any inventory is important to the overall success of a company but for jewelry companies it is vital. RFID provides the tool to track small and expensive items with minimal effort and in real time.

Library tracking

Library tracking

A library computer system is the software used to catalog, track circulation and inventory a library's assets. RFID simplifies this process by automating the ability to accurately inventory the libraries books.

Livestock tracking

Livestock tracking

The ability to automate the feeding and healthcare of livestock will only become more critical in the future. RFID is a foundation technology that the livestock industry will rely upon to meet tracking requirements and to reduce operating costs.

Pallet Tracking

Pallet Tracking

Improving utilization and eliminating non-value added steps is important to any pallet tracking solution. RFID is the technology that improves any pallet tracking solution.

Patient Tracking

Patient Tracking

Finally there is a technology, RFID, that allows hospitals and other healthcare organization to efficiently track patients through complicated treatment workflows.

People tracking

People tracking

When it comes to tracking people RFID can provide a cost effective and feature rich solution.

Retail Inventory Management

Retail Inventory Management

Overhead reduction, improving inventory turn times, and less shrinkage are just some of the benefits retailers are seeing after implementing a RFID based retail management solution.

Reusable Container Tracking

Reusable Container Tracking

RFID based closed loop systems such as reusable container tracking typically have a high rate of return (return on investment - ROI)

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

Major retailers of the world are leveraging RFID to improve warehouse management operations and out of stocks

Trade shows

Trade shows

Positive identification, streamlining the exchange of attendee's contact information and flow analysis are just a few of the benefits of using RFID to track trade show attendees.

Trailer Tracking

Trailer Tracking

The ability to positively identify trailers can improve a distribution center's yard management system.

Truck Tracking

Truck Tracking

Streamlining gate house operations by reducing truck entry and exit times is improved by implementing a RFID base truck tracking system.

Frequency [back to top]

Active RFID Tags

Active RFID Tags

Active RFID Tags are RFID tags that contain their own internal power source and typically can be categorized as 433 MHz, WiFi or UWB (Ultra Wide Band)

HF RFID Labels & Cards

HF RFID Labels & Cards

HF RFID Labels and Cards are standard labels and cards that have a HF passive RFID tag embedded inside which creates a "smart label" or "smart card".

HF RFID Tags

HF RFID Tags

HF RFID Tags are passive (contains no internal power source) 13.56 MHz RFID tags.

LF RFID Tags, Key FOBs and Cards

LF RFID Tags, Key FOBs and Cards

LF RFID Tags are passive (contains no internal power source) 125 kHz RFID tags that can be embedded into FOBs and Cards to create smart items.

UHF RFID Labels & Cards

UHF RFID Labels & Cards

UHF RFID Labels and Cards are standard labels and cards that have a UHF passive RFID tag embedded inside which creates a "smart label" or "smart card".

UHF RFID Tags

UHF RFID Tags

UHF RFID Tags operate in the Ultra High Frequency range of the RF spectrum and can be passive or active RFID tags

Custom Search [back to top]

RFID Chip

RFID Chip

RFID chips designed for top performing RFID tags by the top RFID manufacturers

Active RFID tag

Active RFID tag

Active RFID tags

BAP RFID Tags

BAP RFID Tags

BAP RFID Tags

ID Badges

ID Badges

ID Badges

Key Fob

Key Fob

Key FOB

Library RFID Tags

Library RFID Tags

Library RFID Tags

Metal Mount RFID Tags

Metal Mount RFID Tags

Metal Mount RFID Tags

Near Field RFID Tags

Near Field RFID Tags

Near Field RFID Tags

Passive RFID tags

Passive RFID tags

Passive RFID tags

Rugged RFID Tags

Rugged RFID Tags

Rugged RFID Tags

High Temperature RFID Tags

High Temperature RFID Tags

High Temperature RFID Tags

RFID Inlays

RFID Inlays

RFID inlays from the top RFID inlay manufacturers

What are RFID Tags?

The term “RFID Tags” is often used as a general term to describe not only RFID Tags but RFID Labels and RFID Cards. It is important to know which frequency your RFID solution operates at and what type of product the tag be affixed to before searching for a RFID tag. If your application is to track a metal tote you would want a RFID tag that is designed to be mounted on a metal surface (Metal RFID Tags). If you need additional information on a particular product please click on the “Request Info” link next to the product.

UHF (Ultra High Frequency) Tags, Labels and Cards operate at a frequency of 915 MHz. These types of tags are considered “Passive” – no onboard power source. The supply chain related mandates from retailers such as Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club and Metro require that UHF Passive RFID tags be used. These tags must comply with the international recognized standard set by EPCglobal (UHF Gen 2). UHF frequencies typically offer better range (20-30 ft) and can transfer data faster than LF and HF tags, but they use more power and are less likely to pass through materials.

HF (High Frequency) Tags, Labels and Cards operate at a frequency of 13.56 MHz. These types of tags are also “Passive” – no onboard power source. RFID applications that use HF RFID tags are typically the applications that require read distances of less than three feet. HF tags work better on objects made of metal (RFID Metal Tag) and can work around goods with high water content.

LF (Low Frequency) Tags, Labels and Cards are low-frequency tags (125khz) use less power and are better able to penetrate non-metallic substances. These types of tags are also “Passive” – no onboard power source. They are ideal for scanning objects with high-water content, such as fruit, but their read range is limited to less than a foot.

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