RFID Labels and Tags
The Largest Selection of Stock RFID Labels and Tags, Tested for Your Zebra Printers
RFID solutions give you the real-time asset visibility you need to streamline operations, maximize asset utilization and error-proof asset-related data. Only Zebra provides end-to-end solution simplicity with every thing you need to implement RFID in your organization — from well-tested, industry-leading infrastructure to the expertise you need to maximize the benefits of RFID in your enterprise.
Selecting the right RFID labels for your application can be complicated. Zebra now offers the widest selection of in-stock RFID labels, designed for and tested with Zebra printers, as well as Zebra RFID readers. We have options for general purpose, advanced and specialty use applications, in a variety of sizes and materials, using inlays from leading manufacturers to meet your needs.
Factors That Affect Your RFID Read Performance
There are a number of factors to consider when selecting RFID labels. RFID read-performance is most impacted by three main factors:
A larger RFID inlay gives you longer read ranges.
Handheld, fixed and overhead readers often perform differently and serve different use cases.
Material Surface and Environment
Surface of the material, such as corrugate box, wood, glass, plastic, metal, etc, as well as how densely items are stacked, or what is contained within the boxes, can affect the read range.
Due to the many variables that can affect read range, we recommend testing labels in your actual environment to determine which label works best for your application. Your Zebra supplies representative can provide samples for testing. Additionally, by utilizing long-standing partnerships with the leading RFID inlay providers, Zebra can create custom RFID labels to make a label specific to your needs. Please contact us for details.
These labels are designed for use with standard RFID readers and are stocked in a variety of inlay types and sizes. They are available in paper and synthetic materials that work on non-metallic surfaces, plastics or corrugate.
Transportation and Logistics: Distribution, shipping and receiving and warehouse operations including case, pallet and cross-docking applications
Manufacturing: Work-in-process, product labeling, product ID/serial numbers, security and product lifecycle tagging
Healthcare: Specimen, laboratory and pharmacy labeling, document and patient records management
These labels offer a higher level of read performance than our general purpose labels. Regularly used in retail, healthcare and manufacturing applications.
Same as General Purpose applications, where longer read ranges are required.
For specialty situations, such as asset tagging on metal surface or for liquid-filled containers, we offer Silverline on-metal labels.
Manufacturing: Asset tracking of tools, fixtures, metal parts, returnable containers, chemical drums and more
IT Equipment Tracking: Asset tracking of mobile computers, printers, antennas and infrastructure components
Healthcare: Asset tracking of wheelchairs, beds, oxygen canisters, IV pumps and medical diagnostic tools