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NFC Tags Deliver Easy Connection for Versatile Applications

· NFC Tag

Hard Tags are the most popular form factor because the wide selections of chip, material, and production method bring the diversification of product combination. In other words, there is always a tag we can create to suit your need. Hard Tags are ideal for applications under environment with harsh conditions such as high/low temperature, high humidity or metal surface with interference. With years of experience, we build hard tags from large to small size, for on-metal or non-metal type, or 100% waterproof to fit all potential use cases.

 

NFC Label Applications 

 

· Target Applications & Benefits

1) Street Tree Management

 

2) Security Guard Check-In

 

3) Maintenance Recording

 

4) Cable Authentication

 

5) Machine Configuration

 

     
 

On-Metal Stick Tag 

 

Overmolded Metal Stick Tag 

 

Cable Tie Tag 

 

· NFC Forum Certified Chips

 

IC Type Type 2 Type 3 Type 4 Type 5
 Standards  ISO/IEC14443A

 ISO/IEC 18092 JISX

 6319-4 Felica

 ISO/IEC14443A

 /IEC14443B

 ISO/IEC15693
 Read/Write Speed  106 Kbit/s  212 Kbit/s - 424 Kbit/s  106 Kbit/s  26 Kbit/s (up to 53)
 Anti-collision  Yes  Yes  Yes  Yes
 Dynamic NFC ICs  NXP NTAG I2C  -  M24SR02-Y  ST25DV04K
 NFC ICs

 NXP NTAG213

 NXP NTAG213(Tag Tamper)

 NXP NTAG215

 NXP NTAG216

 NXP MIFARE Ultralight EV1

 NXP MIFARE Ultralight C

 Sony Felica RC-S966

 ST25TA02K/16K/64K-P

 ST25TB512/04K

 NXP DESFire EV1/EV2/EV3

 NXP NTAG424 DNA

 NXP NTAG424 DNA TT

 ST25TV512C/02KC

 EM4425

 NXP ICODE SLIX2 

 

 

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Overmolded Pear Keyfob 

for Access Control

 

Adjustable UHF Wristband 

Realizes Hands-Free

 

Windshield Label (sTag) 

for Vehicle Identification

  

SAG is granted as NXP Advanced Partner, SONY Green Partner, Arsenal-certified and CQM card manufacturer, ISO 9001:2015 , ISO 13485 and IECQ QC080000. We also join global alliances such as RAIN RFID, and NFC Forum to join conferences and exhibitions to team up with others in the RFID community to make all things connected.