Long Reading Distance RFID Tire Tag UHF Tire Label for
Size: 95 × 35 × 2.5mm /120*70mm
Chip: Monza 4
Working Frequency: 902-928MHz/ 865-868MHz
Standard Protocol: ISO16000-6C, EPC Class 1 Gen 2;
Memory Resolution: Single byte addressing and locking;
Reading Distance: 0-10m
This tag are mainly used for the tyre and vehicle tracking, as well as the information such as the tyre’s production date, working life, maintain history and so on, which can help users have a full knowledge to ensure the safety of driving. The tag survives the high temperatures encountered in the tire curing process and is robust enough to remain operational throughout the operating life of the tire. The EPC Class 1 Gen 2 RFID tag is attached by a permanent adhesive to the inside tire wall with a special formulated dual cure chemical or heat process. It can be built into truck tires that can be recapped several times.
a.Possibility to read and write user data into tag’s internal memory;
b.Factory programmed tag identification number to prevent cloning.
1.Inventory Management: RFID tyre tags can help keep track of the number of tyres in a warehouse or storage facility. This ensures that there is always sufficient stock available and minimizes the risk of stockouts.
2.Tyre Tracking: RFID tyre tags can help track the movement of individual tyres throughout their lifecycle, from manufacturing to distribution and installation. This helps manufacturers and distributors to monitor the whereabouts of each tyre and ensure that they are delivered to the right location at the right time.
3.Maintenance Management: RFID tyre tags can help keep track of the maintenance history of each tyre. This includes information such as the date of the last service, the type of service performed, and the recommended service intervals. This helps fleet managers to schedule maintenance tasks in a timely manner and prevent tyre failures.
4.Anti-Theft: RFID tyre tags can help prevent tyre theft by tracking the movement of individual tyres. This allows fleet managers to quickly identify any missing tyres and take action to recover them.