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Precisia has developed a conductive ink printed tag antenna

the new UHF RFID tag printed antenna produced by precisia can not only reduce the tag cost, but also work normally under multi frequency and multi protocol

in order to reduce the label cost, increase the frequency of the label and the versatility of the protocol, precisia, a printing electronics manufacturer, has developed a UHF RFID label printing antenna, namely the flex wing antenna. The size of the antenna is 3/4 inch × 1 1/2 inch, which can support labels based on class 1, class 0+ and Gen 2 EPC protocols. This antenna can work in a variety of frequencies, such as the 868 MHz frequency band used in Europe and the 916 MHz frequency band used in North America

1: the sliding surface between the inlaid steel plate and the lining plate and the dovetail groove surface on the lining plate should be kept clean

unlike the traditional copper etching antenna and aluminum etching antenna, the flex wing antenna is formed by printing conductive ink on PET plastic film. Jason brewer, manager of market development at precisia, said that using printed antennas instead of copper or aluminum etched antennas saved us 50% of our expenses

in order to meet the needs of end users, precisia has developed three different types of flex wing antennas, such as the printed antenna suitable for RFID inlaid spring fatigue testing machine, which is mainly used for fatigue life testing chips of various spiral springs, wave springs, Belleville springs and shock absorbers, the printed antenna that can be inlaid in labels produced by precisia partners, and the printed antenna suitable for labels improved by precisia partners

Brewer said that the conductive ink designed and produced by precisia and the developed flex wing template made up for the shortcomings of flint ink. Moreover, precisia has a relatively strong production capacity, which can produce 200000 flex wing antennas per hour on average

precisia cooperates with a number of manufacturers, including label manufacturer RF identity, to produce smart inlaid labels. RF identics has used the flex wing printed antenna on its own passive UHF inlaid label, which can read up to 20 feet. Gary burns, general manager of RF identics, said that the label reliability of RF identics is almost 100% after using the flex wing antenna

Burns said, "we attach great importance to product quality, and our automatic control device is enough to ensure that the defective rate of our products is zero."

Burns said that the flex wing antenna can 2. The system has reliable operating performance to meet the flexible needs of users who ship products around the world. Brewer said that the label using the flex wing antenna can be used in the United States and Europe

brewer explained, "the design of the antenna and its adjustment method make it work on 868 MHz in Europe and 915 MHz in the United States. In addition, label manufacturers can also upgrade class 1 or class 0+ to Gen 2 without buying a new antenna. Therefore, flex wing is the only antenna in the market that can provide such flexibility."

burns said that using flex wing can reduce the cost of labels and improve performance. The flex wing antenna can reduce the cost of RF identity tags to 20 cents

flex wing antenna is not the first RFID printed antenna produced by precisia. As early as 18 months ago, they began to produce printed antennas. At present, the company can provide antennas suitable for labels used on trays, containers, hand luggage that are very dirty and single items. The size range of embedded label antenna is 90mm × 90mm ――15mm × 35 mm.。

information source: RFID radio frequency Express

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