Guangzhou, China (PressExposure) February 04, 2009 -- DAILY RFID, has developed new UHF RFID label, each including a small IC chip and antenna. It has be integrated into many UHF RFID projects successfully, which is available at around 0.32 USD per piece.
This UHF RFID label has a long-range readability of up to 5m-6m and can be rewritten over 100,000 times. It supports protocols ISO 18000-6C EPC Gen2,18000-6B.This UHF label offers a guaranteed more than 10-year data lifespan to produce a robust RFID solution which offers long-term data integrity.
The memory of the RFID label can be customized in 1K or 4K to record informations.Besides,the UHF RFID tags can be imprinted with custom logos, and is rewriteable to allow compliance with a future ISO tag data standard.
Because the RFID labels is encoded with a unique ID code, each tagging item has its unique identifiers. And this tag can be applied in many fields like RFID Document Tracking,RFID Asset Management and so on.
Please visit http://www.rfid-in-china.com/products_686_1.htmlfor more infomation about RFID labels.
About DAILY RFID CO.,LIMITED
DAILY RFID CO.,LIMITED (www.rfid-in-china.com), which belongs to PAN Group Co., ltd, is the leading company focusing on the research and development of EPC & RFID technology in China.
DAILY RFID specialize in producing arguably the world's most extensive line of RFID Tag,RFID Label,Smart Card and RFID Reader, which are suitable for any vertical markets, and have obtained the National Integrated Circuit Card Register Certificate, IC Card Manufacture License and ISO9001 Quality Management System Certification. Also, we own a factory covering an area of 26,000 square meters.
DAILY's products are designed and manufactured with recognized industry standards relevant to RFID and its markets but most notably for use in the demanding environments to recognize and understand your business's RFID needs. We are commited to providing "Innovative Technology", " Superior, Cost-efficient Product" and " Professional, Efficient Customer Services".