Water Proof NFC tags
The technology of near-field communication permits two devices to communicate wirelessly. The technology can be incorporated into a small tag to facilitate data transfer between nearby mobile phones, laptops, tablets, and other electronic devices. RFID and NFC tags are frequently compared, but they are distinct technologies.
NFC tags function similarly to RFID tags in that they communicate via radio waves. Information is exchanged between the NFC tag and the NFC reader using the NFC data exchange format.
The NFC tag transmits radio waves to activate the device's antenna. The recipient verifies the information to conclude the exchange of data.
The technology operates over a distance of approximately four inches. NFC tags operate without batteries and are powered by another device, such as a smartphone.
TheNFC reader can only connect to one NFC tag at a time, thereby preventing accidental transactions. During NFC payments, NFC chips exchange encrypted information.
The water-proof NFC Tags are made of PVC, epoxy, adhesive & anti-metal material, which is durable, high definition and no easy to be damaged or break.
NFC (Near Field Communication) tags are intended to store and transfer a variety of data types to other NFC-enabled devices. NFC tags are passive, battery-less devices that communicate using the ISO 14443 type A and type B wireless standards. NFC tags are manufactured with a similar architecture to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags and contain three essential components: an integrated circuit or microchip, an antenna, and a substrate or material layer to hold all the components together.
Water-proo NFC tags are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and forms. Our NF tag manufacturer offers a wide variety of water-resistant NFC tag types, such as inlays, wristbands, hard tags, and labels, with varying storage capacities and transfer speeds. Operating within the High Frequency (HF) range of the RFID spectrum at 13.56 MHz, NFC tags provide secure data transmission within a range of approximately 10 centimeters, making them ideal for access control, consumer electronics, transportation, payments, healthcare, information collection, information exchange, coupons, and ticketing applications.