Zebra 2.36x0.98 Silverline RFID Label [Non-Perforated]
|Labels by Printer
|Zebra ZT410 Silverline
|8 inch OD
|RFID Labels Per Roll
|Cost Per RFID Label
Zebra Silverline RFID Label, Synthetic, 2.3594 x 0.9844 inch, Thermal Transfer, RFID Polyester With Foam, Coated, Silverline Blade II FCC Inlay, For use with Zebra's ZT411 On-Metal RFID Printer, M730 Antenna/Chip, High Performance Acrylic Adhesive, 3 inch Core, 400 Labels per Roll, 1 Roll per Case (Priced Per Case)
Zebra RFID Labels
A thermal transfer RFID paper label with a permanent acrylic adhesive. This is is suitable for apparel chain management applications, including the labeling of corrugate and plastic packaging materials. These labels can also be used for close coupling.
What is RFID and How Does it Work?
Radio requency identification, RFID, uses radio waves to automatically identify objects. Item data is stored on a microchip attached to an antenna, (called an "RFID transponder" or "RFID tag"). The tag transmits the data to a reader with it passes within range, and the reader can convert the signal to digital information that can be used by a computer for further processing.
How will RFID help my Business?
Radio frequency identification, or RFID, has many benefits:
RFID Important Basics for Chips Inlays and Tags
The metal electronic chip that can be embedded into plastic, label material or other weather proof devices are called Chips, Inlays or Tags.
These chips are basically data collection devices that hold a lot more inforamtion than a typical barcode. Putting information onto the chip is called "Encoding". Special RFID printers can Encode or wrote the information onto the RFID chip. You may also purchase RFID chips with your information already encoded or pre-encoded.
RFID Chips have two basic parts
1. A Microchip - for stroring data
2. An Antenna - for radio wave Reception or Transmission
$271.01 / Roll