With the development of the times, electronic labels can also be made of aluminum foil. 1235 aluminum foil, 1050 aluminum foil, and 1060 aluminum foil are commonly used electronic label aluminum foils, and the common state is mainly the O state.
When it comes to electronic tags, many people only have a vague concept. It is not clear. Electronic tags are the carrier of RFID technology. RFID is the abbreviation of Radio Frequency Identification. The term is radio frequency identification. Tag history.
Introduction to RFID radio frequency identification
RFID radio frequency identification is a non-contact automatic identification technology. It automatically identifies the target object and obtains related data through radio frequency signals. The identification work does not require manual intervention and can work in various harsh environments. RFID technology can identify high-speed moving objects and identify multiple electronic tags at the same time, which is fast and convenient to operate.
Development history of electronic tags
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems were common anti-theft systems in shopping malls. In the 1980s, early commercial applications included railways and food. In the 90's, it began to standardize and put forward the concept of EPC, identifying each item globally.
Due to the unique manufacturing process of electronic tags, the basic requirements for electronic foils are high purity, no major metallurgical defects, extremely high surface cleanliness, flatness, thorough degreasing, and no marks or pits. It is usually 1050, 1060, 1070 and 1235, with a thickness of 55 microns and 12 micron. HTMM produces 1235 electronic label aluminum foil and 1060 electronic label aluminum foil. The aluminum foil version of HTMM is flat. The thickness of the finished aluminum foil is controlled within ± 4%. The packaging is moisture-proof and avoids oxidation.