Nail Tag is made of special plastic. The Nail Tag can be nailed into any type of wood, it is rust-resistant in wet and chemical environment. Nail tag mainly applies to supply chain management, property tracking, etc.
You'll question it if it's a nail. How do you say "identified the tree" if it's a nail? RFID nail tags are shaped like nails and are constructed of ABS plastic with an RFID chip inside. There are two types of RFID nail tags: big head and little head.
Passive 125KHz or 13.56MHz RFID tags with a temperature range of -40C to +85C can be nailed in or pushed in. Before a tag may be put or softly tapped in, a hole must be drilled. Suitable for any application that necessitates a read distance of up to 50 mm (depends on the reader).
As you know, land resources are limited; not every tree can be fruitful; if you have a data file that shows you every year's output of each tree and you compare it to previous years' data, so it is very useful for you? So, for each tree, drill a hole and insert an RFID Nail tag with the date of fertilizer application, output, the delightful degree of fruits, and other information that the planter cares about. link to the system, and then export the form with all of the information. You only need 2–3 years to get rid of the bad ones and maximize the land's resources. In a short period of time, all of your lands will be covered in healthy, high-yielding trees. It's not a joke to see output increase by 300 percent with the same amount of labor. Fruits of outstanding quality and reasonable pricing for consumers. Only this is a path to long-term development.
in the park, Tree managers will place an RFID nail tag in the tree containing the tree's name, diameter, growth tendency, and any previous transplants. Tourists may acquire all of the information they need by scanning the tag with their NFC phone and saving it to their phone. Even if it is the first time someone encounters such a tree, anyone can be knowledgeable about all of the tree's aspects.
In China, ancient and famous trees were given RFID nail tags.
As we all know, ancient trees and famous wood are symbols of history and culture, are a country or a long history and culture of witness, have significant humanities and scientific worth, and are referred to as living and green artifacts by plant experts. How can historic and famous trees be protected using a more scientific method, such as an RFID nail tag with improved information management, and the adoption of intelligent tree management? (Old trees are those that are more than 100 years old, while famous trees are those that are rare, local, or foreign, and have historical, commemorative, or scientific significance.)
RFID electronic chips were put in the old trees. In the chip, encode the age, topic, living conditions protection, and other information. The plastic nail tag has no negative impact on the health of the trees. An RFID data collector excites the chip once it has been implanted, allowing it to read the information recorded in the chip about the old trees. Managers can verify the data in the nail tag if the old tree becomes ill. When the water was spilled, what fertilizer was used, if there was any sickness if the house had been relocated before, and so on.
Let me demonstrate the advantages of RFID Nail tags over regular nail tags.
* More efficient, resulting in a reduction in human resources
* Data is accurate and dependable, reducing errors.
* The tree's unique identification number
* Data can be collected and stored.
Cultivation and management: Each old tree's production cycle is scientifically nurtured, the contents and services are nurtured according to the number of electronic tags, and the famous ancient trees' normal growth is ensured.
Patrol management: regular tree patrolling and inspection, scanning and tagging for each inspection so that the nail tag is "alive" every time you scan it to see the tree's production state and protect science.
Nail Tag is made of special plastic. The Nail Tag can be nailed into any type of wood, it is rust-resistant in wet and chemical environment.
Specially designed for non-metallic materials like wood, cement and plastic, our nail tag can be inserted into trees, pallets and other items for identification and tracking purposes.
- Material: ABS + Epoxy
- Size: 6*36mm, 10*40mm, 28*41mm or customized
- Operation Frequency: LF, HF, UHF
- Chip: Optional ( NXP MF1S50, Alien H3, IMPINJ M4 and so on)
- Installation ： First, make a hole in the wood or tree; Then, insert nail tag with a rubber plastic hammer.
(Reminds: Avoid drilling nail tag in the wood or tree directly, which will damage nail tag.)
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