RFID Tire Tag - JLTcard Factory
JLTcard has designed and made many RFID tire tags for various brands. With such experience, you can trust that we will make high-quality tags for you
JLTcard RFID Tire Tag
It might not be common to find RFID tags on tires, but people have been using it for a while now. So, the JLTcard RFID tire tags are special RFID tags designed to be embedded in tires or attached on top of tires for ease of tracking the tires. Also, the same can be used for many other applications depending on the brand using them.
JLTcard has designed and made many RFID tire tags for various brands. With such experience, you can trust that we will make high-quality tags for you. We also make the RFID tire tags are easy to integrate in tires, and you can use existing RFID readers to get information from the tire tags.
JLTcard RFID Tire Tag Series
The JLTcard RFID tire tags can come in different types so that they suit the user even better. For that case, we have a few types mentioned before to see how best to choose the tire tags.
RFID Patch Tire Tag is built to work like a tire patch. This means it has an adhesive on the underside that you use for attaching to the tire surface. Ensure the tire surface is cleaned and polished to ensure that the patch can be easily attached and remains in position for long.
There is also another design in the form of a wire inserted into the tire material during the manufacturing process. This is a more permanent solution since it cannot easily fall off like the patch design. Expect such a design to last through several stages of the tire’s lifecycle.
The user could also have some ideas on customizing the JLTcard RFID tire tags. This includes the substrate material, the chip type, and many others. We have the technical expertise you need, so there is plenty of ways to use the tire tags based on your brand’s needs.
JLTcard RFID Tire Tag Functions
The JLTcard RFID tire tags can be useful for many applications if used correctly. Below, we see how best you can utilize these RFID tire tags.
The JLTcard RFID tags in tires are largely used in the production lines of assembling motor vehicles. This ensures that the robots or people attaching the tires to the vehicles do not confuse them. Also, the same helps with logging data such as the manufacturing dates, expiration dates, and more so that the brand can know about the recalled tires in the future.
Tire and wheel combination
A good tire RFID tag can help with the tire and wheel combination process. You now have the right tire for the wheel. At the same time, adding the TPMS to the tires becomes easier during this whole operation. It can also be effective in confirming the quality of the tires that are attached to the wheels.
Vehicle tire check
The JLTcard RFID tire tags are useful for giving details about the tires you own on various vehicles. They can be integrated with the TPMS to give you information such as the air pressure. Also, you can get information such as the tread remaining to give you the best information about your tires.
The information you get from the JLTcard tire RFID tag may also be important for tire retreading. Let us say you get information such as the treads are low. This means you can take the tires to a shop for retreading and continue using them without fail.
JLTcard RFID Tire Tag Features
The JLTcard RFID tire tags are part of the RAIN RFID technology meaning that interconnectivity is not an issue. Billions of items are connected daily with RAIN RFID technology. This includes more than 50 million tires with this technology. As such, you get better interconnectivity with our tire RFID tags.
Being passive RFID technology, the JLTcard RFID tire tags do not need a battery to remain functional. This can save you a lot in ensuring you can easily scan the tires and the tags will work. The tags are easy to read from the tires, even when rolling or moving.
The JLTcard tire RFID tags are also highly durable as they can last long against tire aging, weather conditions, and solicitations. Once the tire manufacturer has embedded them into the tire, they cannot be removed; thus, their durability is maintained. You will not need to worry about changing them as they mostly last the vehicle’s lifetime.
Through password protection and encryption, we ensure that the JLTcard RFID tire tags remain secure throughout the tire’s lifecycle. The tags are locked after writing by us, and only you can change them. We also ensure robust traceability technology to prevent counterfeiting and cloning of the RFID tire tags.
JLTcard RFID Tire Tag Advantages
The JLTcard RFID tags in tires are mostly compact. This makes them not a big deal for those who might want to consider using them today. You would never notice that the tires have the JLTcard RFID tire tags once they are installed.
A good tire RFID tag is vital only if it is working. For this reason, we ensure that the JLTcard RFID tire tags are highly durable to give you performance for several years. We test many materials to ensure the best are used in making the RFID tire tags.
Communication is easy once the JLTcard RFID tags in tires are set up. The user must scan the tires with the right RFID reader, and the signal will be picked. Most of these RFID tire tags have a read distance of 2 meters and above. So, you do not have to hold the reader onto the tire as it can be read from a distance.
JLTcard promises you of getting affordable RFID tire tags. Even though we make them affordable, we still ensure the best performance. Since they are affordable, you may see them as a good choice for the various applications you might have for RFID tire tags.
JLTcard RFID Tire Tag Components
The JLTcard RFID tire tags come with some components like any other normal RFID tag. The first one is the hardware chipset and antenna. They are usually protected by two rubber pieces when inserted into the tire. This ensures that the JLTcard RFID tire tags can work even in different conditions and temperatures.
Next is the identifier. This is a vital part of the JLTcard RFID tire tags to ensure that the authenticity of the RFID tire tags can easily be handled. The EPC global coding scheme always ensures you get consistent coding. Also, getting the tags cloned with this kind of protection is not easy.
The cloud database connection is also part of managing the JLTcard RFID tire tags. With cloud storage, you can manage your tires from around the world. So long as you are connected to the database, you can easily retrieve tire information.
RFID Tire Tag Market Standards
Without standardization, it becomes hard to operate the RFID tire tags. The JLTcard RFID tire tags are made in line with the various ISO standards for RFID tire tags. Such include ISO 20909, 20910, 20911, and 20912. As a result, these tire tags will remain effective for various applications.
This is where you will also hear about the RAIN RFID technology. RAIN simply means RAdio frequency IdentificatioN. With this technology, the tags are passive. This means they do not need a battery to operate. They are only activated when a reader emits radio frequency signals. Since they are mostly UHF, they have an operating frequency range of 860MHz to 930MHz.
The Global Data Service Organization (GDSO) for tires and automotive components was created to ensure tire manufacturers can easily include RFID tire tags and keep them standardized for ease of use by consumers.
How to Attach RFID Tire Tag
Before you can attach the JLTcard RFID tire tag onto the tire, decide on where you want to attach the patch RFID tire tag. Next is to clean the position with a detergent to remove any dirt and debris. We recommend putting the tire tag near the bead position. Make sure to keep it no more than 6 cm from the bead.
Once the location is cleaned, attach the RFID tag and use a white pen to mark its outline. This should help create an area for polishing. Using a sander, polish the selected position to create a rough surface to attach the tire tags easily.
Use the glue with the tire tag or any special tire glue to stick the RFID tire tag to the polished area. Hold the tire tag in its position for a few seconds to ensure it does not move, and you should be good. You can now scan it and have it programmed where necessary.
Why Choose JLTcard RFID Tire Tag
The JLTcard RFID tire tags make identifying and tracking tires easier throughout their lifecycles. This can be an important aspect of running your vehicles to know when it is time to change the tires. You can easily manage individual tires and monitor their wear at each checkpoint.
The JLTcard RFID tire tags also help get accurate and reliable data. As such, you can improve your inventory management, reduce human error, and improve overall efficiency. Real-time monitoring also means you know more about the tires, such as tire pressure, wear, and temperature. This helps with increased safety and saving on costs.
Expect the JLTcard RFID tire tags to be highly durable as they are designed to withstand harsh environments better than the other tags in the market. That is why adopting them for your business is easier generally. The RFID tire tags can also help you know when to recycle the tires; thus, you can get better water management too.
The JLTcard RFID tags in tires are essential for racing teams. In this case, the teams can easily identify and assign the correct tires for the events. The same can be used for monitoring the tire performance. This is where real-time data is logged during the races. Such data is vital for developing better racing strategies and improved tire technology.
If you own a fleet of vehicles, this could be ideal for you too. So, transportation companies can easily plan for maintenance since they have data about their tires. Also, the companies can have programmed reminders into their systems to monitor the tires. The moment a tire is due, an alert is issued.
You could also use the JLTcard tire RFID tag for monitoring the tire’s lifecycle. Each tire is given a unique identifier which allows you to track the entire tire lifecycle from manufacturing to disposal. This largely helps with proper waste management. Also, you can use this technology for inventory control. The tires are scanned as they are sold so that you know what is remaining in stock.
The JLTcard RFID tags in tires can help you know when it is time to have the tires inspected. Knowing if the tires meet the necessary safety and regulatory standards is vital. This process can be automated so that when it is time for inspection, an alert is sent to the inspector to do the job.