RFID Shipping Labels

  • Read range up to 36 feet
  • Track valuable shipments, containers, and other packages
  • Great for supply chain and asset management
  • Custom designs, materials, and other inlays available

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Frick’s RFID Shipping Labels are great for product identification, asset tracking, inventory control and supply chain management. These versatile RFID package labels are available in a wide variety of material, RFID inlay and label adhesive combinations to suit your application. High print quality gives logos, graphics and messaging a professional look. Use for tracking packaged goods, containers, crates, pallets and more.

Additional information

Model Number

WF-SM-01 RFID Shipping Labels


Identification Labeling, Container Tagging, Manufacturing, Product Marking, Warehouse


Glossy Paper

Overall Thickness

1 mil ± 10%

Expected Outdoor Life

< 1 year

Temperature Service Range

-40º F to 160ºF

Minimum Application Temperature


Water Resistance


Oil Resistance


Solvents Resistance


UV Resistance


Abrasion Resistance



Genergal purpose adhesive


Adhesion to HSE Plastics: Good, Adhesion to LSE Plastics: Good, Adhesion to Glass at 72 hr. dwell: Excellent, Adhesion to Steel at 72 hr. dwell: Excellent

Shelf Life

1 Year, Stored at 70F and 50% Relative Humidity

RFID Performance

RFID Protocol UHF Class 1 Generation 2
Tag Type Passive Read/Write
Frequency Range 840 – 960 MHz (Global)
EPC Memory 96 bits
IC Alien® Higgs® 3

*Other single record and dual record chips available.

Tested Polarization:

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

RFID Paper Label Polarization Image

Optimal Read Range* on Different Material Surfaces:

RFID Paper Label 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.