Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag can be tricky to mounting or embedding on metal. Because the metal surfaces block the energy emitted by RFID readers and generate interference for antennas for RFID tags, which prevents an RFID tag from receiving power and transmitting the information. DO RFID tag manufacturers developed the RFID metal tag with the proprietary technology to allow RFID to operate on metal surfaces and even inlaid with metal items. As long as your environment and application are focused on the right RFID equipment, you do not need to worry about metal interference.
The anti-metal tag is perfect for tracking those assets and tools in medical devices, laptops, and servers in the IT industry, industrial manufacturing, oil and gas pipelines, and many other industries. Since the development of the RFID metal tags, the range of future applications of RFID technology is wide-ranging.
This is because many RFID metal tags are exposed to harsh conditions, and therefore the anti-metal RFID tag is specially designed and equipped to withstand the conditions. These rugged RFID tags are typically encased within a hard shell and will survive hard impacts, extreme temperatures, and moisture exposure.
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