Dual Frequency Inlay DF426

Dual Frequency Inlay DF426

UHF RFID and NFC Technology in one inlay

One unique tag is better than two tags:

  • with one technology all requirements/functions are covered
  • using more than one tag in a project adds complexity
  • less impact on the process itself (timing &costs)
  • customer centric model for authentication
  • activate marketing 1:1

Benefi ts of a shared memory:

  • without shared memory, tags would have to be encoded twice
  • NFC apps have access to B2B logistics data
  • smartphone can be used to support simple logistics operation in environments with no rain interface
Juergen Mangold

Juergen Mangold
Sales Representative
Kirchheim, Germany

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Key Facts

  • based on chip EM4423
  • unique IC with a common unique ID (UID / EPC / TID)
  • onboard shared memory
  • HF/NFC Interface (NFC Forum Type 2 compatible)
  • UHF/EPC Interface EPC (Gen2 V2 compliant)
  • 128-bit or 224-bit UII/EPC
  • 1920-bit user’s memory
  • produced as dry/wet inlays or paper labels

Variants: DF105, DF4426 and B34


  • tracking & tracing
  • inventory POS
  • shop antitheft
  • marketing 1:1 (product info)

Founded in 2002 with headquarters in Bologna, Italy, LAB ID is a leading European manufacturer and supplier of RFID inlays and tags. The LAB ID product portfolio includes:

  • Standard portfolio of HF / UHF inlays, which also takes into account customer-specific requirements
  • Technical support for system design and selection of antenna
  • Innovative solutions for applications in the areas of fashion & luxury
  • Printing & Encoding Services
  • Innovative NFC solutions in the area of brand protection & counterfeiting security
Product News

LAB ID presents new NFC tags based on NXP chip NTAG424 DNA

Secure authentication and connectivity without a specific app for the retail environment LAB ID presents a new product family of NFC tags based on the NXP chip NTAG424 DNA. Thanks to this new and now available technology, LAB ID takes a decisive step towards novel NFC implementations. "Secure authentication and connection to NFC tags without special apps, in both the Android and iOS worlds, are real possibilities. The first members of the new product family now introduced definitely mark a paradigm shift in IoT application," reports Giovanni Codegoni, Sales and Marketing Director, LAB ID.

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