RFID temperature tag
we’ve produced a range of durable RFID tags and labels with new technology made to withstand hot and cold.
The passive RFID temperature sensors tag to help you measure temperature in new and powerful ways.
RFID Temperature tag has been used for some time across a range of materials and environments, especially in warehouses, greenhouses, laboratories, factories, and other industrial uses.
RFID passive sensor temperature tags hold the tremendous advantages over existing temperature sensors, The temperature sensing RFID tags are much smaller, thinner, and more flexible than battery-powered sensors, and they are much more cost-efficient than active wireless sensing tags. In fact, their low cost makes them useful for disposable and high-volume applications.
RFID passive sensors also have advantages over other types of wireless sensing technologies. Using RFID passive sensors, readers can read many RFID tags with one reader lowering infrastructure and hardware maintenance costs. RFID sensors also can transmit data with error correction codes helping ensure accurate data.
Putting more RFID temperature sensor tags in more places will bring a lot more quality data to materials management and quality control in agriculture, healthcare, industrial, manufacturing, and new Internet of Things (IoT) markets.
How do passive RFID temperature sensors tag detect temperature?
DO RFID tag manufacurer makes durable, flexible passive temperature sensor tags that work using standard UHF frequencies (915/868 MHz). These tags can be affixed or embedded into most materials and have an average read range of 15-22 feet. Impedance changes are wirelessly communicated to standard EPC Gen 2 readers and interpreted with a software application. The tags function in a range between -40°C to +85 °C, covering operating conditions for most equipment and environments.
RFID temperature sensor tag applications
The small form factor and low cost of passive RFID temperature tags open a wide range of manufacturing, retail, pharmaceutical and industrial uses, among others. Notably, passive temperature sensors reduce the cost of telemetry – deploying many sensors for real-time temperature mapping across assets and within a facility.
In all applications, the data can be logged and alarms set when temperatures fall outside a specified range. The precision and placement of the RFID sensor tags on a range of materials generates quality data at unprecedented scale.
For industrial and manufacturing environments, predictive maintenance gets easier with passive RFID sensors monitoring mechanical plant and equipment temperatures. Temperature monitoring protects motors, bearings and other parts embedded in industrial equipment or exposed to variable electrical systems. Passive sensing can support cooling equipment (HVAC) efficiency, too.
For hospitals, a wearable, disposable sensor tag can travel with the patient, monitoring and recording temperature across a campus.
For warehousing and data centers, passive RFID supports monitoring environmental and bulk material temperatures, as well as data center chiller and cooling monitoring.
For cold chain applications, RFID temperature tags can live in trucks, refrigerators, or thermal bags, supporting long-term monitoring of food and medicine. The combination of geolocation and temperature data is especially powerful in alerting for variances and proving that routes and allowed temperatures were observed.
For agriculture, passive temperature sensors can be combined with passive moisture sensors in greenhouses and other green spaces to monitor and regulate a growing environment. Livestock temperature can be monitored to manage breeding stock and separate sick animals from the herd.