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RFID Label

Our Service

We produce adhesive labels with integrated RFID chips and antennas, facilitating inventory management, product tracking and real-time data monitoring

Brands trust us

Why RFID Label for Business?

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Monitoring Inventory

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Fast stock transfer for multi-channel sales

03

Manage product recalls

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Track product movement in delivery process

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Enable self-checkout

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Monitor perishable products

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Options and Capabilities

Leveraging our proficiency in RFID technology, we provide tailored solutions with embedded tags and unique identifiers for precise product tracking, streamlined inventory control, enhanced security and authenticity. Contact us to explore our customizable RFID options for your specific needs.

  • Top Quality Material
  • Different Range of Materials to Choose from
  • Label, Tickets or Tag
  • High Performance Adhesive
  • Customizable Shapes and Sizes
  • On Time Delivery

Free Consultation

Kindly click the “Calls” or “WhatsApp” button below to reach out to our team members for further inquiries and to address your needs.

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Ahmad Amin

Sales Executive

Call+6011-2112 7187
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Hafizuddin

Sales Executive

Call+6016-230 7187
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Daryl Tan

Business Senior Executive

Call+6011 1123 5187
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Jing Ying

(Central & Southern)

Call+6012-612 3161
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Jennie Teng

(Central & East Coast)

Call+6012-718 7607
Emailjennie@packtica.com

Any Question?

We would love to help you further!

Types of RFID Labels

No matter what the sector of your business. We have different types of RFID labels, tickets or tags you may need.

RFID Tag Type Frequency Range and Speed Interference Applications
Low frequency (LF) 30 - 300 KHz Approximately 10cm and slow reading High resistance to interference Access control to traceability, but they are being replaced by HF tags
High frequency (HF) 3 - 30 KHz 10cm - 1m and medium reading speed Moderate resistance to interference Receipts, personal identification, card payments, automated warehouse systems or data transfers
Ultra-high frequency (UHF) 300 MHz - 3 GHz Up to 12m and high reading speed Very sensitive to interference From manufacturing to the end user in applications such as retails, pharmaceuticals or manufacturing and transport

frequently asked questions

What RFID labels made of?

RFID labels are made out of 4 components:

1. A microchip to store the information.

2. An antenna allows RFID to communicate with reader.

3. An inlay relays information to the computer system.

4. A carrier to hold the components i.e labels, tickets or tags.

How to place RFID labels on product and packaging?

First, you need to analyse the surface of the product. For cardboard or plastic boxes, you should opt for printed RFID tags. In this case, you choose a material (paper, thermal or synthetic) and adhesive according to the application, make sure it sticks properly to the surface.

On the other hand, if the surface is impossible to adhere a printed label, you need the microchip to be flexible and you will have to use a format specific to your needs such as tickets.

What are the difference between Active & Passive RFID Labels?

Active RFID Labels powered by battery. Once an Active Labels runs out of battery power it is no longer usable. How long this might take depends on battery performance and application conditions.

Passive RFID Labels have no integrated battery. Instead they draw power from an RFID reader, so it can achieve an extremely long lifetime.

How to choose between Active and Passive RFID Labels?

When it comes to tracking high-value items over long distances, active labels are an excellent choice. For mass tracking of low-cost items over smaller distances, passive RFID labels are the right solution.

How to order

Step 1: Contact us by clicking the Calls/Whatsapp button on our website.

Step 2: Receive free consultation and quotation from our experts.

Step 3: Confirm the quotation and agree to the terms and conditions.

Step 4: Review the design.

Step 5: Make a 50% payment upon design confirmation to start the production process.

Step 6: Wait for 18-21 working days for your product to be ready and make the final payment for product delivery.