RFID label is a paper or plastic label with RFID inlay embedded inside, it’s normally used for warehouse management, assets sorting, logistic management, library management, anti-counterfeiting, etc.
Chip + Antenna
Adhesive (3M or regular)
P.S. Nexqo makes the release paper larger than the label itself for more easily peeling off.
Nexqo also provides RFID dry inlay and wet inlay (label that without the printing surface) for all 3 frequencies.
How does RFID label work?
RFID library label for example
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What’s the difference between RFID label and a normal label?
|Read Method||Radio Signal||Optical Scanner|
|Visible Information||Not required||Required|
|Reading Range||0 – 50 feet||0 -10 inches|
|Reading Performance||Many at once (UHF)||One at once|
|Content||Printing & Encoding||Printing|
|Function||Read / Write||Read only|
|Memory||Up to 8K bytes||No memory|
Available printing method
Inkjet numbering — PET only
Inkjet printing — all types of material
Thermal transfer printing — all types of material
Direct thermal printing — thermal paper, thermal synthetic paper
Laser printing — all types of material expect coated paper and thermal paper
Offset printing — all materials, for printing logo and common information
Silkscreen printing — all materials, for printing logo and common information
What crafts we can make for RFID label?
(front or rear side)
(on the label or release paper)
(the black material)
Dual frequency RFID Label (HF + UHF)
Customized antenna (we can make the shape and size of the antenna as per your request)
Soft UHF anti-metal label
UHF’s signal is not stable and could be easily interrupted by metal, as a result, simply adding an anti-metal layer like LF and HF may not perform well.
Nexqo has a soft UHF anti-metal label which can work well and being sticked on irregular or curved metal surface.
Download the specification.