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RFID Sensor Tag Temperature Logger Label: Accurately Monitor Temperature in Supply-Chain Applications

RFID sensor tags are revolutionizing temperature monitoring in the supply chain industry. With advanced rfid sensing capabilities, RFID Sensor Tag Temperature Logger Labels are designed to accurately log temperature data during the transport of temperature-sensitive items, allowing customers to make informed decisions about shipment quality, inventory, and logistics.

Unlike the battery-powered NFC Temperature Logger, our RFID Sensor Tag Temperature Logger Label is a cost-efficient, disposable temperature recorder with integrated NFC and UHF RFID chips inside. When affixed to a product or container, the thin, flexible label can be programmed to record the temperature history of goods at user-defined intervals during shipment.

With a long read distance and large memory, our UHF Temperature Logger tag ensures reliable temperature monitoring. For shorter distances, the NFC chip is compatible with smartphones, making it easy to access temperature data from an NFC-enabled device with our user-friendly Android app.

Our RFID Sensor Tag Temperature Logger Label is also able work wtih wearable, with options for using a wearable RFID reader or UHF RFID reader to read the data. This versatile and cost-effective solution is perfect for healthcare, medical, logistics cold chain supply, and warehouse digital transformation.

Contact us today for free consulting and samples, and experience the benefits of our innovative RFID Sensor Tag Temperature Logger Label.

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RFID Tag Maker: Your Professional RFID sensor tags Manufacturer

RFID Tag Maker is a leading provider of RFID tags and NFC tag. The company provides a wide range of products and services that enable businesses to improve their supply chain efficiency, enhance customer experience, and optimize their operations. RFID Tag Maker’s RFID Sensor Tag is an innovative solution that meets the growing demand for cost-effective and reliable environment monitoring solutions. The RFID Sensor Tag is a testament to the company’s commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction. The company is dedicated to providing cost-effective solutions that meet the needs of businesses across various industries.

At our company, we offer complete customization and quality assurance to ensure that our RFID tags meet your specific needs and requirements. We have delivered thousands of RFID tags for brands across the country and can do the same for your brand.

 

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Passive radio frequency sensors are revolutionizing temperature monitoring in the supply chain industry. Our RFID temperature sensor tag, such as the Temperature Logger NFC, are single-use temperature recorders designed to perform in different supply chain environments, accurately detecting and recording temperature changes.

The label is a standard size of 85.6 x 54 mm and equipped with an embedded temperature sensor, NFC inlay, and UHF inlay real-time clock and data store. Upon request, label options are available with a choice of adhesives and face materials to which customized graphics or logos may be applied.

Our RFID temperature sensor labels tag with NFC or UHF provide high accuracy temperature data in a small, ultra-thin form factor and communicate wirelessly with NFC-enabled smartphones.

Extensive user programmability allows for customization to meet a wide range of application needs. Unique product identification numbers provide individual device traceability, making our RFID temperature sensor labels an excellent choice for healthcare, medical, logistics cold chain supply, and warehouse digital transformation.

Contact us today for free consulting and samples and experience the benefits of our innovative RFID temperature sensor labels.

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Passive radio frequency sensors are revolutionizing temperature monitoring in the supply chain industry. Our RFID temperature sensor tag, such as the Temperature Logger NFC, are single-use temperature recorders designed to perform in different supply chain environments, accurately detecting and recording temperature changes.

The label is a standard size of 85.6 x 54 mm and equipped with an embedded temperature sensor, NFC inlay, and UHF inlay real-time clock and data store. Upon request, label options are available with a choice of adhesives and face materials to which customized graphics or logos may be applied.

Our RFID temperature sensor labels with NFC or UHF provide high accuracy temperature data in a small, ultra-thin form factor and communicate wirelessly with NFC-enabled smartphones.

Extensive user programmability allows for customization to meet a wide range of application needs. Unique product identification numbers provide individual device traceability, making our RFID temperature sensor labels an excellent choice for healthcare, medical, logistics cold chain supply, and warehouse digital transformation.

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RFID sensor tags work by using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to communicate data wirelessly between the tag and a reader. The tag contains an antenna and a microchip that stores data, and it is powered by the energy transmitted from the reader’s electromagnetic field.

When the RFID sensor tag is placed within range of a compatible reader, the reader sends out a radio signal that powers up the tag. The tag then responds to the signal by transmitting its stored data back to the reader, which can then be interpreted and analyzed.

In the case of an RFID temperature sensor tag, the tag is equipped with a temperature sensor that detects the temperature of its surroundings. The tag can be programmed to record and store temperature readings at specific intervals during the transport of temperature-sensitive items. This data can then be retrieved and analyzed to monitor temperature changes and ensure that the items have been transported at the appropriate temperature.

Step 1: Affix the RFID tag to the item you want to track or monitor, such as a pallet or box containing temperature-sensitive goods.

Step 2: As the item moves through the supply chain, the RFID tag’s sensor will automatically measure and record temperature data at set intervals.

Step 3: The recorded temperature data can then be retrieved from the RFID tag using an NFC-enabled smartphone or an RFID reader. This data can be used to monitor and ensure that the temperature-sensitive goods have been stored and transported within acceptable temperature ranges.

It’s worth noting that specific usage instructions may vary depending on the type of passive RFID sensor tag and the application it’s being used for.especailly when you use UHF band , you have to check if your UHF reader able to read this RFID sensor tag. But don’t worry we have the RFID sensor tag reader.

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RFID temperature sensor tags are suitable for a wide range of applications. Some primary applications include:

  1. Pharma: RFID temperature sensor tags can be used to monitor and maintain the temperature of drugs, vaccines, and biological materials during storage and transport, ensuring compliance and optimized conditions without the need for manual checkups.

  2. Medical: RFID temperature sensor tags can help maintain optimal conditions for patients, drugs, vaccines, and biological materials without the need for manual monitoring.

  3. Catering: RFID temperature sensor tags can be used to protect products in fridges and freezers with 24/7 automated monitoring, minimizing spoilage and waste.

  4. Process monitoring: RFID temperature sensor tags can monitor the temperature conditions of products, fridges, and freezers around-the-clock throughout the entire cold chain.

  5. Food production: RFID temperature sensor tags can be used to monitor food products from farm to fork in real-time as they move through the supply chain by air, road, or sea.

  6. Fresh food lockers: RFID temperature sensor tags can help maintain the freshness of food products stored in lockers.

  7. Blood bags: RFID temperature sensor tags can be used to monitor the temperature of blood bags during storage and transport.

  8. Freezer cabinets: RFID temperature sensor tags can help ensure that freezer cabinets are maintaining the correct temperature to prevent spoilage and waste.

To use an RFID sensor tag with Arduino, you have to make sure your module able to read RFID sensor tag, Here are the general steps to follow:

Connect the RFID reader module to your Arduino board by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Usually, this involves connecting the power, ground, and data pins of the module to the corresponding pins on the Arduino board.

Install any necessary libraries for the RFID reader module. Most RFID reader modules come with libraries that you can download and install on your Arduino IDE.

Write the Arduino code to read data from the RFID sensor tag. This involves setting up the RFID reader module, initializing the serial communication, and reading the data from the RFID sensor tag.

Test the setup by running the Arduino code and scanning the RFID sensor tag. The Arduino should be able to read the data from the RFID sensor tag and output it to the serial monitor.

Note that the specific steps and code may vary depending on the type of RFID reader module and sensor tag you are using. It’s important to consult the manufacturer’s instructions and documentation for guidance on how to use the components together.

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The cost of RFID sensor tags can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the specific application, required features, and quantity ordered. Generally speaking, passive RFID tags can range in price from a few cents to a few dollars per tag. Temperature sensing RFID tags can be more expensive than traditional RFID tags due to the added functionality. it ‘s about USD 3-10. It’s best to contact a supplier or manufacturer directly to get a specific quote for the RFID sensor tags you need.

To buy an RFID sensor tag, first confirm that the tag is designed for detecting environmental temperature, not human body temperature. Next, identify the application environment to determine which type of tag is suitable for your needs, as there are different tags available for detecting surface temperature or water temperature.

Thirdly, some tags are single-frequency, which means they only support NFC or UHF, while others are dual-frequency, supporting both NFC and UHF. If you only want to use NFC technology to develop your application, you can use a smartphone as a card reader. If you want to use long-distance UHF, you need to make sure that your NFC reader supports sensor data, as some UHF readers do not have sensors and cannot obtain temperature data from the RFID temperature sensor tags.

Finally, it’s important to check if the RFID reader is compatible with the RFID sensor tag you choose. Additionally, we offer RFID sensor tags and readers.

RFID labels are different from traditional barcodes in several ways. While traditional barcodes rely on optical scanning technology to read data, RFID labels use radio waves to transmit data. RFID labels can also be read without a direct line of sight, meaning they can be read through materials such as packaging, unlike barcodes. RFID labels can also store much more data than traditional barcodes, and can be updated in real time.

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Each RFID chip products comes with a one-year warranty. If any chip product is damaged within one year, please contact us and we will send you a new one.

 

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We offer a complete door-to-door service via international express (DHL/UPS/TNT/FedEx), air or sea freight.

 

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We can customize different RFID Tags for customers, or customers can provide chips or materials for us to process

 

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