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NFC Tags

NFC tags (Near Field Communication) are small wireless identification devices that use radio waves to transmit information over short distances. They typically consist of an antenna, an NFC chip connected to the antenna, and an adhesive surface that can be affixed to any surface made of paper, polypropylene, or other materials. These tags can be programmed with any necessary information, and the internal memory capacity of an NFC tag depends on the chip it incorporates. At Dipole, we work with a wide variety of different chips to offer the best solution to our clients.

In summary, NFC tags are low-power devices that allow for automatic and easy transmission of information over short distances. This makes them very useful in a wide variety of applications.

How to choose a suitable NFC tag?

The most important feature to consider when choosing an NFC tag is the memory capacity, durability, place of application, and format.

  • Memory: The storage capacity of NFC tags is one of the most important factors to consider when choosing a tag. We must ensure that the capacity of the NFC tag is sufficiently large to store the necessary information.
  • Durability: Depending on where we are going to apply the NFC tag, we should choose a more durable tag. At Dipole, we have developed high-durability tags that can be applied in more extreme environmental conditions and complex industrial situations.
  • Format: NFC tags come in various sizes and shapes. Choosing an appropriate format will depend on its use. We can find very small NFC tags to be applied on cards or larger ones for other types of objects.
  • Place of application: We need to be clear about where we are going to apply the NFC tags to decide what type of adhesive is best or, for example, there are inconveniences if we want to apply NFC tags on metals, so Dipole has NFC tags for metals.


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