For the NFC Epoxy Tag, the most significant feature is the wonderful appearance, including any style you want. The epoxy pvc material will give the tags one or two sides of protective layers. Available Chip of NFC Epoxy Tags : NTAG203, NTAG213, NTAG216, Topaz 512, MF S50, F08,Ultralight, Ultralight-C, I-CODE 2, DESfire 2K, 4K, 8K etc. The working temperature of NFC Epoxy Tags is -30℃~80℃.If you need any help, our expert team must give you the suitable suggestions ASAP.
Frondent Technology EPOXY NFC tag combine the RFID technology with good looking They can easily be fitted to a normal accept the OEM manufacturing of the tag, and we provide our partners the different customization technics on the tag. NFC has a number of of uses including contactless payment/transaction systems (Google Wallet, TFL’s Oyster et al), employee/ID systems, data transfer between devices (Android Beam) and simplified connection of other forms of wireless communication (Bluetooth, wi-fi etc). Blank business card tags (4K) and programmed smart poster tags (that come with their own webpage controlled by the customer).
In addition to those uses, NFC allows for small, passive ‘tags’ to be read from and written to by active (powered) NFC devices – with the power the tag requires being drawn from the active device. Amazing and easy to use Tag Writer for creating Social, Location & Web, Phone & Text and Settings & Apps NFC Tags. Also contains universal NFC tools – reading from, writing to, copying, deleting and locking NFC tags. It contains a unique QR Code and a NFC chip, both linked to the I.D web site of your animal.
Custom NFC epoxy tag used widely, like enterprise/campus card, bus stored value card, express way fees, parking,district management, attendance systems, patrol system, enterprise systems, access control system, radio frequency identification field and so on. Near Field Communications is a short-range wireless radio frequency identification tech that can transmit data between two electronic devices with physical touch, or close to each other. NFC typically operates at HF 13.56MHZ ISO14443A protocol and a distance of 4 centimeters or less.
An NFC tag is a small passive device which contains a tiny microchip attached to a small loop antenna. When the tag is scanned by an NFC reader such as a mobile phone, it powers up and wirelessly transfers information such as a web address, text or a command for an App. The NFC tag can be locked so that the data on the tag cannot be changed or left unlocked so the data can be changed again and again. NFC tags are typically printed stickers or plain stickers, but they can be also enclosed in NFC products such as keyfobs, wristbands, hang tags and many other items. They are made of a hard epoxy material that has a smooth texture and glossy appearance.