Radio Frequency Identification
Ready-To-Ship RFID Tags For Printronix® RFID Labels Printing
Our RFID tags are compatible with Printronix® and Zebra® printer – encoders. Choose from "Alien
Squiggle" and Avery® AD224 formats. All of our stock RFID tags are ready for immediate shipping –
24 hour standard turnaround time.
RFID Label Specifications:
- Compatible with Printronix® SL4M and SL5000 series printers
- Compatible with Zebra® 110 xi and 170 xi series printers
- Class 1, Gen 2, 96 bit UHF antennas – 915MHz
- Label sizes: 4" x 1", 4" x 2" and 4" x 6"
- Minimum 1 roll (2500)
- 24 hour turnaround
- RFID At A Glance
- Why Maverick?
Antenna: The microchip antenna is the conductive element that enables the microchip to send and receive data. Readers also have antennas which are used to emit and receive radio waves.
RFID Tag: A microchip attached to an antenna that is packaged in a way so that it can be applied to an object. The RFID tag picks up signals from and sends signals to a reader. The tag contains a unique serial number, but may have other information, such as a customers' account number. RFID tags can be active, passive or semi-passive.
RFID Reader: This is the device used to communicate with RFID microchips. The reader has one or more antennas, which emit radio waves and receive signals back from the RFID tags. The reader is also sometimes called an interrogator because it "interrogates" the signals from the microchip.
Why Is RFID In Demand?
RFID can have many benefits; from controlling shrinkage in retail environments to speeding distribution throughout entire supply chains to tracking individual purchases of specific items and so on. The uses are many and varied - based on saving resources or gathering valuable data or both. The real limits to RFID have more to do with costs of implementation and ongoing use and support than they do with the actual benefits available. RFID can be costly and the business that looks into RFID needs to be very specific about their expected return on investment. That said, RFID is used by thousands of companies - and growing daily.
Who Is Using RFID Labels?
As RFID technology costs diminish, more and more businesses are relying on RFID. From wholesale distribution to retail sales, from animal tracking to property protection, RFID is used across all industries. Recently, the big box retailers like WALMART® have introduced initiatives to ultimately place an RFID label on every item they sell. While it may be some time before consumers take home a bag full of RFID embedded products, the emerging trends are clearly leading in that direction.
Why Order RFID Tags From Us?
We guarantee our ready-to-ship RFID tags are compatible with Printronix and Zebra RFID tag printers. We've tested our tags to make sure they'll work for you. If you are not satisfied with the RFID labels you order from us, just contact customer Care. We'll replace any unused tags, immediately.
We also guarantee that the embedded RFID tag antennas will work within industry standards. Each antenna is designed and calibrated to send out and receive compliant Class 1, Gen 2, 96 bit UHF 915MHz signals.
Our RFID tags meet or exceed all OEM specifications. Our RFID labeling process ensures the highest jam-free printing rates in the industry – bar none. That means that your RFID labels will print smoothly and transmit correctly at the highest possible rate.
We do two things to make sure you're getting the best possible value for your RFID tags. First, we cut out all middleman and sales expense as only we can as the largest online label supplier in the world. Secondly, we offer you the lowest possible minimum order - just one roll of RFID tags – to help you manage your RFID spend. Of course, we offer volume discounts when you need to make larger purchases.
If you have any questions or concerns about our RFID tags.
please contact customer Care.
Our RFID Labels Are Compatible With:
SL 5000 SL4M
110 xi 170 xi
We do not sell these printers.