RFID Labels

143 RFID Labels from 13 Manufacturers meet your specification.

RFID Labels from the leading manufacturers are listed below. Use the parametric search tools to narrow down on products by region, frequency, type, application, protocol, form factor, memory, interface and various other parameters. View product details, download datasheets and get quotes on matching products.

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  • Type: RFID Label
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Description:13.56 MHz HF RFID Tag
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
HF
Type:
RFID Inlay, RFID Label
User Memory:
1024 Bits
Air Interface:
ISO 14443
Operating Frequency:
13.56 MHz
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Description:UHF RFID Inlays (Dry/Wet/Label) for Item-Level Retail Tagging
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Dry Inlay, RFID Label, RFID Wet Inlay
EPC Memory:
128 Bits
Air Interface:
ISO 18000-63
Operating Frequency:
860 to 960 MHz
more info
Description:Flexible On-Metal UHF RFID Tag for FCC Applications
Region:
United States
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Metal Tag, RFID Inlay, RFID Label
Application Industry:
Asset Tracking, Automotive
Protocol:
EPC Global Gen 2
Tag Form Factor:
Flexible
Works on Metal:
Yes
EPC Memory:
128 Bits
Operating Frequency:
860 to 960 MHz(FCC-version)
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Description:10 x 10 mm HF RFID Smart Label Solution
Region:
Global
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
HF
Type:
RFID Label
Application Industry:
Logistics & Supply Chain
Tag Form Factor:
Hard Tag
Works on Metal:
No
EPC Memory:
64 Bits
User Memory:
896 Bits
Air Interface:
ISO 15693, ISO 18000-3
Operating Frequency:
13.56 MHz
more info
Description:RFID Garment Tag from 840 to 960 MHz
Region:
Global
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Inlay, RFID Label
Application Industry:
Logistics & Supply Chain
Protocol:
EPC Class 1 Gen 2
Tag Form Factor:
Flexible
EPC Memory:
Up to 128 Bits
User Memory:
128 Bits
Air Interface:
ISO 18000-6C
Operating Frequency:
840 to 960 MHz
more info
Description:Low Profile Durable RFID Asset Tags
Region:
United States
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Label, RFID Metal Tag
Protocol:
EPC Class 1 Gen 2
Tag Form Factor:
Hard Tag
Works on Metal:
Yes
EPC Memory:
128 Bits
User Memory:
512 Bits
Air Interface:
ISO 18000-6C
Operating Frequency:
900 to 930 MHz
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Description:860 to 960 MHz RFID label for Retail Market Applications
Region:
Global
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Label
Protocol:
EPC Class 1 Gen 2
EPC Memory:
128 Bits
User Memory:
160 Bits
Operating Frequency:
865-868 MHz / 902-928 MHz / 950-956 MHz
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Description:Printable UHF RFID Label from 865 to 928 MHz
Region:
Global
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Label
Protocol:
EPC Global Class 1 Gen 2
Works on Metal:
Yes
EPC Memory:
496 Bits
User Memory:
128 Bits
Air Interface:
ISO 18000-6C
Operating Frequency:
865 to 928 MHz
more info
Description:UHF 1.2 mm Thick RFID on Metal Tag Up to 11 m Read Rang (ETSI Version)
Region:
Europe
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Metal Tag, RFID Inlay, RFID Label
Application Industry:
Asset Tracking, Automotive
Protocol:
EPC Global Gen 2
Tag Form Factor:
Flexible
Works on Metal:
Yes
EPC Memory:
128 Bits
Operating Frequency:
860 to 960 MHz(ETSI-version)
more info
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Description:UHF RFID and LED Combo Tag for Non-Metal Surfaces
Region:
Global
Tag Type:
Passive
Frequency Band:
UHF
Type:
RFID Label
Application Industry:
Automotive, Industrial, Logistics & Supply Chain
Protocol:
EPC Global Gen 2
Tag Form Factor:
Hard Tag
Works on Metal:
No
Air Interface:
ISO 18000-6C
Operating Frequency:
902 to 928 MHz
more info

RFID Labels

RFID labels are electronic tags that use radio frequency to identify, search and track objects, animals, etc. Key components of RFID labels are the substrate (material from which the label is made), the antenna to receive/transmit RF signals from/to the RFID reader, and the RFID chip. The RFID chip is responsible for data storage and processing based on the respective protocol.

Different types of RFID labels include passive tags, battery-assisted, and active RFID tags. Passive labels do not have any in-built battery and have a short read range. RFID labels are ideal for object identification, supply chain & management, asset & personnel tracking, container tracking, industrial & manufacturing, logistics, financial services, healthcare, academia industries, office assets, and many more applications.

everything RF lists RFID Labels from the leading manufacturers. Use the parametric search tools to narrow down products based on your requirement. Once you find parts that meet your specification, download the data sheet, compare products and request quotations. Inquiries sent via everything RF are directed to the manufacturers who get back to you with a quote or information.

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