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Ultra-slim NFC tags, stickers and labels, less than 0.6mm thick

June 22, 2012 // Julien Happich

Ultra-slim NFC tags, stickers and labels, less than 0.6mm thick

SES RFID Solutions is expanding into the rapidly expanding Near Field Communication (NFC) market with the Mobile Phone Sticker family of NFC stickers, less than 0.6mm thick.

Using the company's patented flat inlay technology with high quality copper wound antennas, the flexible tags, cards and sheets are also available with a pre-punch card option for smart phones and inkjet printable labels. The Mobile Phone Sticker family is specifically designed to allow current mobile phone users to use NFC services. The self-adhesive stickers are available in three standard formats, 48x25, 44x22 and 28x19mm respectively and can be delivered with all standard NFC and ISO 14443 chips. The integrated ferrite shield layer ensures communication between the sticker and a NFC reader system even when placed on metallic surfaces or directly on a mobile phone battery. Optional services include custom sizes, full colour printing and chip programming/personalisation.

For customers wishing to personalise the mobile sticker on standard ISO card size printers, SES RFID Solutions offers the Pre-punch NFC Card Series (TIC-XX). After programming and printing the mobile sticker is broken off from the ISO card body and attached to the mobile phone. This option allows users to complete low volume and individual personalisation on standard card equipment. The NFC-Ink Jet Printable Label Series XX SCIP labels are delivered in a 3x3 layout on an A4 size sheet. The self adhesive labels can be printed using common office ink jet and laser printers. Options include a 3x3 or 6x6 layout and chip programming.

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