NFC inlay cuts costs for mass IoT applications

March 07, 2019 //By Wisse Hettinga
NFC inlay cuts costs for mass IoT applications
NXP has announced an ultra-low-cost radio frequency identification (RFID) inlay in collaboration with Identive.

Using NXP’s near field communication (NFC) IC NTAG 210µ, Identiv’s Dry Inlay (25 mm diameter) has launched at a price of $0.05 a tag for a minimum order of  20Ku. Compatible with any Android or Apple iOS 11 and up NFC-enabled device, the inlay is ideal for enabling NFC use cases including Internet of Things (IoT) and customer engagement applications. 

The Identiv Dry Inlay design (chip + antenna + epoxy glue  + [PET] film) or wet (adhesive backing) inlays can be directly embedded in or converted into finished products. Ideal applications for the new inlay include  the Internet of Things (IoT), NFC smart posters and billboards, libraries, event and transportation ticketing, automotive and chemical industries, logistics and supply chain and consumer goods. 

With over two billion NFC reader-enabled devices deployed globally, NXP’s NFC Forum compliant NTAG®  210µ is designed to facilitate the adoption of NFC technology across markets in which contactless technology has typically been cost-prohibitive.

www.nxp.com/nfc
https://shop.identiv.com/rfid-nfc-inlays.htm


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