Windshield Labels

  • UV resistant materials reduce fading
  • Great for fleet/vehicle tracking
  • RFID available with a 30 ft read range

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Description

SmartMark RFID Logo

Designed for windshield applications, our labels are constructed of polyester and vinyl with permanent adhesive for bonding to glass or a tamper evident adhesive with security slits so the tag will tear upon attempted removal. The label adheres in hot and cold temperatures, and resists fading.

Add RFID to efficiently manage parking facilities, vehicle tracking, fleet management and car washes or automate access control and membership or loyalty programs. Print barcodes and variable information on both sides.

Additional information

Model Number

WF-BC-WINDSHIELD Windshield Labels

Applications

Identification Labeling, Asset Marking, Asset Tracking, Harsh Environments, Property Management, Vehicle/Fleet Marking

Material

Durable polyester, Vinyl

Temperature Service Range

-40º F to 302º F

Minimum Application Temperature

40ºF

UV Resistance

Very Good

Abrasion Resistance

Very Good

Adhesive

Acrylic

Adhesion

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

Shelf Life

Stored at 72F / 50% Relative Humidity, 2 Years

RFID Performance

RFID Protocol EPC Class 1 Gen 2; ISO 18000-6C
Tag Type Passive Read/Write
Frequency Range 860 – 960 MHz (Global)
User Memory 512 bits

*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 Windshield Tag Polarization Image

Optimal Read Range* on Different Material Surfaces:

RFID Windshield 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.