What is RFID? RFID is short for radio frequency identification. Its advantage is to make identification and read a specific object's data and information without actually touching the object. An RFID system consists of animal tags and a reader. Manufactured using special technology, these glass tags can be implanted into animal bodies and also can be attached to animal ears and legs. An RFID reader can identify different tags and read data an information stored in a specific tag. Such a system is widely used in animal feeding and food surveillance. An RFID has several advantages, such as fast scanning, light in weight and small in size, various types available, endurable, powerful in data storage and highly reliable. Further, an RFID system can perform well in polluted surroundings. An RFID system can work well within a range from 0 to 38cm.
Material Plastic, PP Sterilization Ethylene oxide Needle dimension 1.4x8mm: OD Φ1.9mm, ID Φ1.53mm 2.12x12mm: OD Φ 2.6mm; ID Φ 2.23mm Weight 0.15g Coating Parylene
Chip type EM4305, Hitag S256, Hitag Micro Operating frequency 134.2KHz Operating temperature -25 ~ 85 Storage temperature -40 ~ 125 ESD voltage immunity +/- 2Kv peak Memory storage >10yrs, according to chip specifications