How to choose low temperature resistant RFID electronic tags?

Because ordinary RFID tags are prone to fall off or fail in low temperature scenarios. Therefore, RFID management in many low-temperature scenarios requires the use of low-temperature-resistant RFID tags, let’s learn together!

Scenario 1: Food and Drug Cold Chain Management

The cold chain RFID warehouse management system can realize the standardization and standardization of warehouse management and operation of cold chain enterprises, improve the management quality and customer service level, reduce the overall cost of the supply chain, improve the efficiency of resource use, and bring higher economic benefits.

Through RFID management, intelligent in-out management of cold chain warehouses; intelligent warehouse selection and board management; intelligent analysis reports; intelligent traceability management, etc. can be realized.

Scenario 2: Whole-process management of vaccines

Fake vaccines, expired vaccines, and invalid vaccines have frequently occurred, causing serious impacts on the parties and the society. Using low temperature-resistant RFID tags, it is possible to achieve anti-counterfeiting traceability management of vaccines, vaccine shelf life, batch management, etc.

The use of RFID tags with temperature sensing can also realize the management of vaccine logistics and temperature records during storage, so as to prevent the problem of vaccine failure caused by substandard storage temperature.

Scenario 3: Virus Security Management

Viruses are a class of parasites that are smaller than bacteria, have no cell structure, and contain only one nucleic acid. Once infected, it can cause viral damage. In virus research, the importance of virus management is self-evident.

Virus samples are usually stored in a low-temperature environment. Using low-temperature-resistant RFID tags, rapid inventory, rapid identification and search, and anti-loss management in virus management can be realized.

Scenario 4: Blood life cycle management

The use of RFID technology in blood management can well solve blood collection, transportation, deployment and management, and lay a solid foundation for industry networking management. The storage temperature of fresh frozen plasma is below -20°C, which requires the corresponding RFID tag to withstand low temperature on the basis of satisfying medical non-toxicity.

The radio frequency tag is attached to the blood bag, and the key data and operator information are recorded with the tag in each link of blood collection, inspection, storage, and blood use. retrospectively.

Scenario 5: Reproductive Cold Chain Management

RFID technology is widely used in sperm banks, egg banks, and reproductive centers. Use RFID technology to track, record and create a comprehensive record of each patient’s eggs, sperm and embryos during fertility treatment.

Using RFID technology to automatically pair appropriate patients can help reduce the risk of sample mixing or inappropriate handling. Samples are tracked using RFID tags, thus ensuring eggs, sperm and embryos are properly matched.

A specially designed RFID reader ensures that doctors can only process one sample at a time. If samples tagged with incompatible RFID tags come into contact with each other, the system triggers an alarm and stops subsequent procedures. The reader also ensures that samples are stored at the proper temperature.

Scenario 6: Laboratory Sample Management

RFID technology has many applications in laboratory management, such as the management of assets such as reagents, test tubes, instruments, and equipment, as well as the management of laboratory samples.

In the RFID management of laboratory samples, since the preservation and processing of some samples need to be carried out in a low temperature environment, it is required that the corresponding RFID tags can withstand the corresponding low temperature environment.

Scenario 7: Management of Medical Testing Samples

In the medical field, it is often encountered that after the samples are scattered and collected, they are transferred to the relevant qualified medical inspection institutions for testing. During the handover process of the relevant departments, the handover samples need to be counted, including the quantity and the corresponding information of the relevant samples. Here, the disadvantages of traditional barcode management are revealed, such as slow inventory speed, low efficiency, error-prone, and long inventory time, which is not conducive to the preservation of samples.

The low temperature-resistant test tube electronic label combined with RFID technology can realize the rapid inventory of the sample handover process and improve the efficiency; shorten the inventory and handover time, ensure the quality of the handover samples, and reduce the errors in the handover process.

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