OSRFID is a company that provides RFID Inlay&Label solutions. We focus on the development and manufacturing of soft HF/NFC/UHF labels and inlays. We have a 9,000 square meter factory and offer competitive factory prices.

Inlays are the key to label performance. They are composed of antenna structures and chips. We use inlay images inside the labels to represent label products. Inlays with different antenna structures and chip models can meet the needs of different application scenarios. You can consult our RFID experts according to your needs.

We only develop inlays and soft labels (supplement: paper cards and PVC labels, cloth labels can also be made). We also support ODM and OEM, and can customize the substrate, glue, and printing process of various labels.

You can contact us to get free samples. Or refer to the article on label selection recommendations to choose an ideal label.


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    Applications: NFC / Access Control / Events
    Product RFID Events Wristband
    ANTENNA SIZE(mm) 55*17mm
    Chip Ntag213
    Protocol ISO/IEC 14443 Type A NFC Forum Type 2 Tag
    User Memory 144Bytes
    UID Memory 7Bytes
    IC Life 100,000 programing cycles/50 years data retention
    RFID Wristbands

    RFID Events Wristband

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OSRFID is a 20-year-old Chinese manufacturer specializing in RFID inlay and label R&D. Our factory supplies goods to numerous Chinese domestic businesses engaged in international trade.
We use Muehlbauer DDA-40K-WF to produce inlay, that can provide clients with high sensitivity and high quality products. OSRFID has 20 years of industry experience and can provide customized inlays for a variety of application scenarios.

1. Understanding RFID Labels

For new users or end brand customers, start by grasping the fundamentals of RFID labels. This includes understanding the different types of labels, the distinction between white labels and inlays, label categorization methods, label structure, the benefits of RFID tags over traditional tags, and more. Visit our RFID FAQ summary page for a quick overview.

2. Exploring RFID Applications

If you have a basic understanding of RFID tags but need more information about specific application scenarios, explore our categorized application scenarios and tag recommendations.

3. For Experienced RFID Users

Experienced RFID customers can directly download OSRFID’s related documents to quickly grasp our product line, technical expertise, and competitive advantages.

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