Ultrasonic Embedding Wire Embossing Machine with A High-speed CPU Motion Controller

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Ultrasonic Embedding Wire Embossing Machine with A High-speed CPU Motion Controller 


Parameters:


Frequency

70khz

Power

500w

Power Adjusting

Step or continuous

Switch

Handle , foot switch,or linked outside

Working Time control

0-999seconds

Generator

Digital generator

Cable

2M,  national standard

The threading hole

Ø0.5m or design according to customers' need

Cooling down method

Compressed air

Outer housing

aluminium or nylon

 

Benefits:

In the production of PVC card, Contact/contactless Smart cards, Scratch cards, SIM cards, Rfid cards, Bank/banking cards Visa & MasterCard  Scratch cards Keyfobs, Wristbands, adhesive labels/tgss, which need to dip tin coils and then welding.

ultrasonic welder can welding wire directly, the welding spot has the following benefits:

1. welding spot firm, prevent to cold Weld.

2. same size welding spot, consistency.

3. welding spot small, easy to press fit package.

4. eliminating the need for pre-welded solder dip process,can hire less one operations staff.

5. its welding is faster than iron.

6. the production process will not produce exhaust gas waste pollution.

7. 70KHz ultrasonic unit, speed welding, low production costs.

8. Stable frequency of ultrasonic automatic planting line machine, and could adjust frequency according to customer requirements.

 

What Is an RFID Inlay?

Radio-frequency identification, or RFID, technology provides identifying information about a person or an object, much like barcode technology does. The RFID inlay -- which can be as small as a grain of rice -- is the functional part of an RFID tag's label that encodes the identifying information. The RFID inlay uses radio frequency waves to relay information to a computer system via an RFID reader.


Components

The RFID inlay consists of two components. An integrated circuit or microchip that stores personal identifying information attaches to a small coil of aluminum, copper or silver wires called the antenna, which transmits and receives radio frequency signals. The microchip and antenna are then placed on a label, and the entire unit is encased in plastic.


How It Works

Data from the microchip passes to the RFID tag's antenna, where it is read by the antenna of an RFID reader and passed onto a host computer system for archival purposes, processing or analysis.


Types

RFID inlays are classified as "wet" or "dry." RFID inlays are considered "wet" if an adhesive is applied to the inlay to adhere it to a pressure-sensitive liner that comprises the label. Inlays are considered "dry" when the inlay is attached to the label without the use of an adhesive.

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