An RFID inlay is an integrated circuit or microchip that stores personal identification information. Attached to the circuit is an antenna made of aluminum, silver or copper wire that receives and transmit radio frequency signals. Those two components are then encased on a label via plastic or metal. They come in a variety of sizes, integrated ciruitry and frequencies. Inlays can also be printed on durable printing materials that make them suitable for applications in a wide range of environments. Use our Free online Chat or simply Call to speak with our RFID experts today.