NFC Tag for Social Media OS-Φ40-NTAG
Anyone can share digital information you write on an NFC tag instantly, including contact details, social media accounts, websites, files, payment applications, and more, as long as their mobile phone supports NFC and can tap the tag.
1.descriptionAnyone can share digital information you write on an NFC tag instantly, including contact details, social media accounts, websites, files, payment applications, and more, as long as their mobile phone supports NFC and can tap the tag.
2. key features
Compatible with all NFC phones or devices, and can be written more than once or locked at any time after encoding
What number of printing techniques are supported
Environmental protection inlay that can be customized
adjustable label size
Custom Sizes and Designs for Antennas Available
Ntag213/214/215, UCODE 8/9, F08, and other customizable chips.
3.Tag architecture Common social media NFC tags have a two-part structure: an inner inlay layer and an outer shell layer. The shell can be made of a variety of materials, including transparent epoxy, PCB material, and regular cardboard (which can be coated with a waterproof layer).
[ Tips ]OSRFID is a Chinese manufacturer with over 20 years of experience in the RFID industry, specializing in R&D of RFID inlays and tags. Our RFID labels have been exported to the world.
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|ANTENNA SIZE(MM)||Diameter 40|
|IC LIFE||100,000 programing cycles/50 years data retention|
Why Choose OSRFID?
- OSRFID is one of the largest RFID inlay&label manufacturers in China
- OSRFID has a production capacity of one billion inlays per year
- OSRFID use the Mühlbauer DDA 40K WF to produce the RFID inlay
- OSRFID use the Voyantic Tagformance to test RFID inlay and label
- OSRFID can produce the eco-friendly RFID products.
- OSRFID has the strong chips supply chain, main RFID chips brands are our strategic partners.
- In addition, we can provide the euivalent/alternative chips to solve the chip shortage problem