|ST847||PVC Card Gloss NTAG424|
|ST933||25mm Garment Spec NTAG424 x 3|
|ST931||43mm White NTAG424|
|ST929||29mm SlimDisc NTAG424|
|ST927||25mm Clear Disc NTAG424|
|ST924||20mm PPS Disc Tag NTAG424|
|ST925||30mm PVC Disc NTAG424|
|ST892||48x78mm Clear NTAG424|
|ST804||29mm Wet Inlay NTAG424|
|ST928||29mm White NTAG424|
|ST947||18mm Wet Inlay NTAG424|
|ST945||28mm Tamper NTAG424 x 2|
|ST948||Scratch Tamper NTAG424 x 2|
There are two main categories of NFC tamper labels - Destruct type (which stop working on tamper) and Detect type (which continue to work but can tell if a tamper has been made). Destruct labels have two sub-types : scratch and peel. Detect have two sub-types : break and capacitive.
Tamper tags don't like movement. They work best on firm, solid and non-flexible surfaces such as glass or rigid plastics.
Scratch tamper tags are designed to disintegrate on an attempt to remove. The tags must be attached to a smooth, clean surface. If you are testing, give the label plenty of time (ideally 24 hours) for the adhesive to get a good grip. An attempt to remove will chip away at the tag and destroy the antenna. These tags can be placed behind other labels.
Peel tamper tags have two layers which are designed to separate when an attempt is made to remove. The tags must be applied to a smooth, clean surface. As with scratch tags, give plenty of time for the adhesive to reach full strength before testing removal. On removal, the top layer will separate from the base layer destroying the antenna and preventing the tag working.
Seritag Product Code : ST954
|Price per pack :||$32.44 (price excludes VAT)Show prices with VAT|
|Interface Specification||ISO 14443 / 13.56 MHz / NFC Forum Type 4|
|Total Memory||416 Bytes (User)|
|Data Retention||50 years (estimated)|
|Metal Surfaces (?)||Not suitable|
|Unique Print (?)||Not Available|
|Availability||Stock Item - Immediate Dispatch|