Friday, May 18, 2018

OPP IOT UHF RFID tag Application in industrial for tool tracking

Tools are vital to any industrial operation. Whether on a construction site or in an aircraft hangar, the ability to quickly access, use, return and track tools on a day-to-day, shift-to-shift schedule is critically important.

The advent of RFID in the tool tracking process - using specialized tools cribs and passive UHF read-on-metal tags that can withstand the rugged nature of industrial deployments —is substantially improving both the accuracy and the effectiveness of tool tracking applications across industries.

There are several benefits to incorporating RFID in a tool tracking application, including:
* reducing lost and stolen tools;
* reducing tool check in/check out processes;
* eliminating instances of human error such as accounting errors, compliance oversights and missing inventory;
* tracking and locating lost tools;
* realizing ROI with a reduction in replacement tool costs, time savings and increased efficiency.

In the aerospace industry there is high concern over the current state of tool control. Capital costs and internal cultural resistance are the two biggest obstacles to the adoption of new tool control practices such as RFID, a recent survey found. But those obstacles are becoming less of an issue as more and more aerospace companies embrace the benefits of RFID tracking, and as the tags and tools that use RFID become more prevalent throughout the industry. Boeing and Airbus have implemented RFID for inventory management, maintenance recording, FME procedures and quality control.

The ability to accurately track inventory - and implement a tracking management process - eans aerospace companies can monitor equipment usage, track calibration, track costs and plan what materials the maintenance engineers need to maintain the aircraft fleet. RFID on tools makes it easier for airlines to track who has tools and what condition they are in when the tool has been returned and is being recalibrated. The tool history and specifications recorded on the RFID tag can be easily compared with those being measured on the test bench, and the appropriate changes made. Other benefits include inventory reduction, less storage space required for MRO inventory creating more space for parts, and reduced tool consumption.

The RFID technology has evolved to overcome the challenges of metal interference, harsh environments,tag size/attachment, and long read range requirements. OPP IOT's family of small rugged tags such as OPPD5, OPPD6 and OPP060302 are extremely popular for tool tracking due to its size to performance and durability. Of course, when embedding is possible, the embeddable tags are an ideal solution for source tagging and identification of tools.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

OPP IOT Technologies Co., Ltd Offers Its Exclusive Range Of Uhf Metal Specific Tag Solutions For High Temperature Environments

OPP IOT Technologies Co., Ltd was founded in 2013 in Fujian, China. It is one of the trusted leaders in products, services, and solutions related to Asset Tracking, Attendance Taking, Access Control and Warehouse Management, Environment monitoring. It is known for leading technology, professional service, sound quality and competitive price.
RFID is radio frequency identification; it is a term which sums up the technologies which use the radio frequencies to recognize objects. RFID has various benefits; it is compared to the traditional barcodes to track products for identification. It does not require a particular tag and has a more extended range reading than the barcode reader. It can also store more data as compared to the barcodes. It allows the readers to communicate simultaneously with multiple tags.
It also allows the customers to snap through the grocery store and checkout counters while an RFID reader identifies all the items in the shopping cart rather than scanning individually. OPP IOT Technologies Co., Ltd is a high new technical enterprise which is dedicated to RFID industry development. It keeps developing and innovating in RFID field, especially the UHF tags. It concentrates on the manufacture, form, and design of the UHF unique tags. The organization can make the tags as per the clients’ order or request with the help of its team of experts who are skilled in antenna design.
The company produces high temperature RFID tags, which means temperatures above 120 degree Celsius to over 200 degree Celsius or even higher. There are few factors which one should know before using high temperatures. The highest rated temperature of the RFID tag, the exposing time at a particular temperature and the cooling time before the tag is written or read.
The company is included in producing high temperature UHF RFID tags; this RFID is overgrowing. It is one of the crucial components which construct the UHF RFID system. It presents the verification of the design and measurement techniques for UHF RFID tag IC; it meets the requirements for the designer’s demands for test purposes and checks at a low price.
The organization produces UHF tag for high temperature environments. UHF is a band of electromagnetic radiation with a radio frequency ranging between 300MHz and 3 GHz (3000MHz). It is widely used for data transmission due to its high rate and short wavelength. The antennas used for UHV are stout and short, and it is directly proportional to the size of the waves. The frequency band decides antenna size; the higher frequency band have a less conspicuous antenna. The broadcasting of UHF is shorter than the VHF, and this is the reason boosters are used after few hundred kilometers. It is used by two-way navigation communication radio and security systems and wireless local area networks.