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The history of RFID goes back to the 1940s. However, it was used more frequently in the 1970s. For a long time, the high cost of tags and readers prohibited widespread commercial use. As the cost of hardware has decreased, RFID adoption has increased. Are you looking for a reliable RFID company? Then we are the best choice for you.

This passage is going to talk about the followings of RFID labeling:

1) RFID labels have a wide range of applications

2) What to consider when choosing a good RFID label manufacturer?

3) Choose us

1) RFID labels have a wide range of applications

Some common uses of RFID applications include

Pet and livestock tracking

Inventory management

Asset tracking and equipment tracking

Inventory control

Cargo and supply chain logistics

Vehicle tracking

Customer service and loss control

Improved visibility and distribution in the supply chain

Access control in security situations


Health care


Retail Sales

Pay-as-you-go credit card payments

2) What to consider when choosing a good RFID label manufacturer?

Frequency Range

Similar to other parts of the RFID system, RFID labels should be tuned to the correct frequency range for the country/region in which they are deployed. If the reader transmits on the 902-928 MHz band and attempts to read a tag tuned to the 865-868 MHz band, the tag will not respond.


If your application must withstand extreme temperatures, sand, water, dirt, or intensive washing processes, then you must select RFID labels that can withstand such conditions.

All environmental factors must be considered and checked against the tag's specifications. There are many specialized RFID labels that can survive a variety of extreme conditions.

Mounting surface

Each RFID label is designed to be applied to a specific set or subset of materials. RFID labels typically work well on materials such as plastic, wood, or cardboard, but only certain tags work well on more complex materials, such as metal or glass. Tags that can be mounted on metal or glass typically cost more than typical RFID labels or inlays. Consider the mounting surface to which the tag will be applied.


RFID labels are manufactured in different sizes and shapes to better fit unique applications. Depending on the specific application and the amount of space on the object to be tagged, size can play a key role in determining the ideal tag. Some applications are hindered by the lack of available space on the object, such as tagging medical and surgical instruments.

Key point: When selecting an RFID label, it is important to know the available surface area.

Attachment method

The material and shape of the item to be tagged are the two most important aspects when determining the appropriate method of attachment. Some tags can be used with general purpose adhesives and epoxies, while others need to be bonded with rivets, screws or welding equipment. Objects such as cardboard boxes will usually be marked with a universal adhesive, while metal pallets may require rivets or screws. You can contact us to learn more.

Read Range

The read range of RFID labels is a critical component of almost any RFID system. However, there are many factors that affect read range - such as antenna gain, reader transmitter power, and tag orientation - and each should be considered when determining the optimal range for your application. Consider the read range required for your application and test a variety of tags to ensure success.

Custom printing and encoding

Custom printing and encoding do not necessarily narrow the selection of RFID labels; however, both must be considered before purchase. If your application is customer-facing, custom printing may be a viable option to give the tag a more professional look with a logo or barcode on the front. If you lack the time, equipment or manpower to encode RFID labels using custom data sequences, custom encoding may be helpful. Access control applications are a prime example of where custom coding plays a key role. You need to consider whether your application can benefit from custom labeling or RFID label encoding.

3) Choose us

Hecere was founded in 2008. In the beginning, our main business was smart cards, such as magnetic stripe cards, contact chip cards and RFID cards. In 2015, our company started to manufacture RFID labels We gradually expanded our business from smart cards to RFID labels. In 2017, we integrated resources of RFID wristbands, RFID keyfobs, RFID Anti-metal tag, RFID reader, RFID lock and so on, which built a powerful supply RFID products chain to meet our client's various requirements. If you have any needs or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to serve you.

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