Steel Manufacturing

Given the duress and environment inherent with the manufacture of steel or metal products, RFID Tags are normally placed on coke ladles or transport vessels of molten ore as no other means of identification can survive the heat processes involved.

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  1. HF 13.56 MHz RFID High Temperature Tags
    HF 13.56 MHz RFID High Temperature Tags

    High Temperature 13.56 MHz RFID Tags are typically applied to paint curing ovens or other high temperature processes found on the factory floor or in an industrial identification setting. Available with both ISO 15693 and 14443 NFC memory chips.

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  2. LF High Temperature RFID Tags
    LF High Temperature RFID Tags

    High Temperature 125 KHz RFID Tags are typically applied to paint curing oven applications or other high temperature processes found on the factory floor or in an industrial identification setting.

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  3. UHF 915 MHz FR4 High Temperature RFID Tags
    UHF 915 MHz FR4 High Temperature RFID Tags

    PCB/FR4 RFID Tags UHF 915 MHz offer a low profile and are designed to be applied to assets, servers, pallets or attachment to rigid item, and are adept in surviving high temperature RFID applications.

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  4. UHF 915 MHz ABS RFID Pallet Tags
    UHF 915 MHz ABS RFID Pallet Tags

    ABS Disc Tags UHF 915 MHz RFID are typically applied to pallets or carriers.

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  5. Model F1004 FR4 Tag, Mount on Metal High Temperature 200C, 10x4mm, UHF 902-928 MHz passive RFID
    Model F1004 FR4 Tag, Mount on Metal High Temperature 200C, 10x4mm, UHF 902-928 MHz passive RFID

    Model F1004 FR4 Tag, Mount on Metal High Temperature 200C, 10x4mm, UHF 902-928 MHz passive RFID

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  6. High Temperature RFID Tags - 148 KHz
    High Temperature RFID Tags - 148 KHz

    High Temperature 148 KHz RFID Tags are typically applied to paint curing oven applications or other high temperature processes found on the factory floor or in an industrial identification setting.

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RFID, INC

14190 E.Jewell Avenue
Suite 4 Aurora, CO 80012

PHONE

(303) 366-1234