RFID IT Asset Tracking Tags

  • Read up to 9.8 feet away on or off metal
  • Small and slim profile
  • Versatile applications including IT & laboratory assets, tools, etc.
  • Multiple mounting options available (adhesive, magnet, cable-tie)
  • Custom printed barcode and variable serial number to match encoded data available

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The small and thin RFID IT Asset Tracking Tag is used to track a large variety of indoor assets from IT system components such as computers, monitors and printers, to furniture and other equipment such as filing cabinets, desk chairs and white boards, even lab asset tools. The tag’s read rate provides quick and accurate inventories and locations of individual assets within data centers and offices, saving time and improving efficiency.

Measuring in at 1.5 inches in length, the RFID IT Asset Tracking Tag read range is optimal for areas with a large amount of tags to be read at once. The lightweight tag can be mounted in several different ways including adhesive, zip-ties, magnets or small screws.

Additional information

Model Number

WF-SM-HID-82 RFID IT Asset Tracking Tag


Identification Labeling, Medical Equipment, Asset Marking, Asset Tracking, Barcode Labeling, Electronic Equipment & Devices, Product Marking


ABS Holder


1.5" x 0.5"

Overall Thickness


Temperature Service Range

-40°F to 185°F



Minimum Application Temperature

50° F

Shelf Life

Stored 77°F (25°C) in its original packaging, 1 Year

RFID Performance

RFID Protocol EPC Class 1 Gen 2; ISO 18000-6C
Tag Type Passive Read/Write
Frequency Range 860 – 960 MHz (Global)
EPC Memory 96 bits
IC Impinj® Monza® R6 Global

*Other single record and dual record chips available.

Tested Polarization:

Tag performance was experimentally measured in an anechoic chamber with a known set of experimental variables. The antenna used for measurements was linearly polarized and of monostatic configuration. The direction of tested polarization is as follows.

RFID IT Asset Tracking Tag Polarization Image

Optimal Read Range* on Different Material Surfaces:

RFID IT Asset Tracking Tag Read Range Graph

*Tag performance was measured free of material influence. Actual read ranges may differ depending on conditions such as environment, tag placements, hardware, etc.