An important issue for VARs and Integrators to consider when choosing the right RFID tag converter is that you need to understand your RFID label converter's expectations. In short, a quality RFID tag converter is going to expect collaboration to ensure good results for the end users. In return, you can expect a lot of added value as your project is delivered. This is also your best line of defense between delivering a commodity versus delivering expert services you have come to rely upon.
Metalcraft continues to invest in the latest equipment and technology to provide its customers with superior RFID tags and label products.
The Viper, Metalcraft latest equipment investment, allows us to convert labels faster and get the product to our customers with shorter lead times.
If you are a VAR or a systems integrator, you're probably considering RFID projects, and beginning to study RFID label converters such as Metalcraft. How can you get the best results from your converter? How can you be assured your new RFID label converter will contribute to the success of your work?
Vipers can strike in, somewhere, between 50 and 90 milliseconds. Commonly thought, humans blink in approximately 100 milliseconds. According to Kyle Bermel, Metalcraft lead RFID engineer, the Viper label die cast converter-- Metalcraft’s high volume in-line converter--clips at 30 milliseconds. That’s about three clips in the tick of a clock.
Many converting companies now incorporate electronics in their finished products. Label converting produces RFID labels that incorporate RFID chips and antenna inlays. Volume electronics manufacturing practices including static electricity control, electronic manufacturing tests and similar processes are used by RFID converters.