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RFID Tire Patch Tag

RFID Tire Patch Tag

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RFID tire tag is designed for embedding in the tire mould prior to the manufacture and curing of the tire. It survives thehigh temperatures encountered in the tire curing process and is robust enough to remain operational throughout the operating life of the tire. The EPC Class 1 Gen 2 RFID tag is attached by a permanent adhesive to the inside tire wall with aspecial formulated dual cure chemical or heat process. It can be built intotruck tires that can be recapped several times.



Features

- UHF RFID Tire tag, 860-960 MHz frequency range for worldwide application. According with EPC Class1 Gen2/ISO18000-6C

-  The tag survives the high temperatures encountered in the tire retreading process and is sturdy enough to remain operational throughout the operating life of the tire.

- The tag has finished thousands of kilometers actual road test, did not lead to potential tire defects.

- 02m read range when mounted on the tire .

- Flexible construction to withstand tire deformation in the total lifetime of the tire.

- Mounted on the inner side-wall of the tire.

- Tag protocol is EPC class 1 generation 2, with 96bits EPC and 512bits user memory.


Specifications

Dimension

110mm*55mm*3mm

Frequency

860—960MHZ

Protocol

EPC class 1 generation  2/ISO 18000-6C

Read distance

0-2m

Memory

96bits  EPC,512bits user memory

Read/write

Can read/write  data into the tag

Installation

mounted inner  side of the tire

Weight

8.5g


Installationmethod

1.Check the general area where the patch will stick.

2.Cleaning the surface of the inner liner in the area where the patch will stick.

3.Removing molded-in features such as ridges (strias) or texture (alligator skin)

4.Marking the exact location where the patch will stick

5. The distance between patch center and the lip of bead will be 105-115 mm

6.Applying Vulcanizing Cement and allowing the solvent to dry

7.Applying the patchto the prepared inner liner and applying pressure (stitching it down) to assure intimate contact.

8.There will be no bubbles under neath the patch

9.The patch will be tightly adhered to the tire all the way around its periphery.

10. Waiting for appropriate time and make the adhesive system vulcanization (depending on temperature).



Detailedsteps

1. Applying cleaner fluid to themarking area


2. Remove contaminants on the surface with a scraper


3. Buffing the marking area to achieve a smooth surface with grinding wheel


4. Remove buffing dust with a brass-bristle brush and cleaner


5. Leave the solvent to dry 5-10 mintuesdependon temperature