Why Choose Ultra High Temperature RFID Tags
If you are in need of a new RFID tag and to use them in high temperature environments or industries, perhaps you should consider the ultra high temperature RFID tags. These tags are made to withstand extreme temperatures. High temperature RFID tags are made with a patented molecular flexible substrate and a robust strap. They are also equipped with a wire-bonded chip and soldered interconnections. They have the ability to read RFID signals at temperatures as high as 230 degrees Celsius.
For example, in the food industry, temperatures can reach 160degC. In the automotive industry, parts carriers cycle many times each day. Many automotive parts are manufactured using hydroforming processes. Another example of a high-temperature environment is in exploration drilling, where temperatures can rise to 215 degC. Ultrahigh temperature RFID tags are available with different read ranges. The following are some applications that can benefit from using an ultra high temperature RFID tag.
How Ceramic RFID Tags Survive Up to 250℃
Ceramic RFID tags are another type of high-temperature RFID tag. They can survive up to 250 degC for a longer period. They also have a high dielectric constant, which makes them suitable for use in environments where temperatures are higher than 80degC. They can also function in temperatures as low as minus 50 degrees. These attributes make them an excellent choice for harsh environments. This technology is the perfect solution for tracking metal assets.
The durability of an RFID is an essential requirement in many industrial applications. High temperatures are necessary for many industries that process products, materials, and assets. With reliable tracking, efficiency and compliance benefits are realized. In addition, many RFID applications require high temperature tags, such as automotive paint booths, autoclave sterilization, and manufacturing operations. Previously, the only RFID tags available were too expensive for large deployments and not reliable enough for the tough conditions required.
Frequency and Protocol of Ultra High Temperature RFID Tags
RFID UHF tags are available in the global frequency range. They support the EPC Global Class1Gen2 ISO/IEC 18000-6C protocol. They can be mounted in various ways, such as welding on or attached with a strap or adhesive. They are also suitable for high temperatures and are waterproof, making them perfect for use in a wide range of applications. In addition, the RFID tags can be mounted on metal pipes and valves and can be attached to lifting straps or hoists.
High temperatures are the norm in industrial environments. Examples of these environments include the printing shop, the SMT wave soldering process, metal manufacturing, oil and gas exploration, sterilization processes, and industrial washing. These temperatures can exceed 800 degrees Fahrenheit. The conventional techniques used for automatic data collection and data logging do not work in these environments. A tag with a thermistor-compatible antenna is the best choice in these environments.