UHF RFID Tag - Adhesive (Set of 5)

Ever wanted to play with those newfangled RFID tags? Although it's been around for a while, the technology has been extremely cost-prohibitive and difficult to implement without being an RF engineer. This affordable product opens the door for using RFID in your own projects!

These paper-thin, adhesive EPCglobal Gen2 tags work with our Simultaneous RFID reader and can be stuck to practically anything you can imagine. The tags can read and be written to --- and also have a kill feature. Each tag comes with a TID (Truly Unique ID) that can't be changed, but there's plenty of memory for you to write and read from.

  • EPCglobal Gen2 and ISO/IEC 18000-6c
  • 800 Bits of Memory
  • 512 User Bits
  • 64-Bit Unique TID (unalterable serial number)
  • 32-Bit Access and 32-Bit Kill Passwords* Width: 2.35cm
  • Length: 9.67cm

UHF RFID Tag - Adhesive (Set of 5) Product Help and Resources

Simultaneous RFID Tag Reader Hookup Guide

February 23, 2017

A basic guide to getting started with the RFID Tag Reader breakout and how to read and write multiple RFID tags over multiple feet!

Looking for TID?

The TID is a bank on the reader, that isn't normally back-scattered during an inventory operation; It's usually in the back.

The EPC is by default 24 hex characters back to the user and is freely changeable by default. It is what is sent back and most readily seen when a large population of tags is "Inventoried". (It (EPC) can be changed to broadcast back more or less using the protocol control words on the tag)


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  • Audiobuzz / about 6 years ago / 2

    I think you mean 2.5cm x 9.5cm for the dimensions.....I got mildly excited when I read 2.5mm x 9.5mm :-D

  • Member #1533143 / about 3 years ago / 1

    Hi,

    I need to know what the max temperature (°C) is that this tags can resist. Can they resist up to 80°C without breaking down? Thanks for the info!

    • santaimpersonator / about 3 years ago / 1

      Hi there, it sounds like you are looking for technical assistance. Please use the link in the banner above, to get started with posting a topic in our forums. Our technical support team will do their best to assist you.

      That being said, all of the available product information is listed on the product page; therefore, we probably won't have an answer for that.

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