Product Overview

RFID and NFC Labels

Seamlessly recorded from production to disposal: “Hybrid” labels collect, store and process all of a product's information throughout its lifecycle.

Connect. Control. Communicate.

Digital data-driven processes, fully networked production and fully automated manufacturing are the most important components of Industry 4.0 and have the potential to optimize processes and reduce costs. One of the important prerequisites for this is components, assemblies and containers equipped with RFID labels. 

RFID technology gives each part its own identity, enables independent control in the production process and seamless recording across the entire supply chain. RFID and NFC labels from the Schreiner ProTech division enable a seamless traceability process.

Your Advantages at a Glance

  • Safe and efficient control of process flows
  • Valuable cost and efficiency advantages in international competition
  • Seamless product lifecycle management
  • Automated documentation 
  • Fast data acquisition of consumables at the device
  • Documentation of usage cycles and usage times
  • Technical data and customer information in real time via web server

Our Solutions

RFID on metal

In many industrial applications, the strong influence of metal on the electromagnetic field makes the reliable use of RFID technology difficult. By using shielding materials, the functionality of our RFID labels is also ensured on metallic surfaces.

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RFID-labels for application to metallic surfaces

ESD container

Conventional RFID-Labels lead to poor reading results on ESD containers and ESD production carriers. Our labels are specially adapted to this application.

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RFID-labels for ESD containers

Behind glass

The RFID windshield label enables automatic, automatic vehicle identification (AVI) in a wide range of applications.

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RFID-label for automatic and contactless vehicle identification

Container management

The secure labeling of reusable containers or logistics racks, including the management of number ranges, is a challenge that we master.

RFID tamper evidence

The label allows the identification of products by means of HF RFID. Once applied, the label cannot be removed without destroying it—thus ruling out reuse or unauthorized use. 

NFC label

NFC (Near Field Communication) is a transmission standard based on RFID technology for the contactless exchange of data via radio technology over short distances of a few centimeters, thereby allowing interactive labeling.

Labels with NFC technology
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360 Degree Model

When choosing the right label, a holistic analysis right at the beginning is important in order to develop a long-term valid and individually perfectly matched RFID solution.  

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Process analysis and feasibility study of RFID solutions

RFID Process Analysis and Feasibility Study

In every decision cycle for the deployment of an RFID solution, the technical feasibility must be tested in real processes on site. The RFID feasibility study serves to prove the function of the notified solution on-site at the customer's premises.

Zebra Desktop Printer R110Xi4

RFID TTR Printer

Efficient labeling processes depend on fast, high-quality printing and optimum label application. The Zebra R110Xi4 desktop printer can easily print and program UHF DistaFerr labels.


RFID handheld reader

RFID Handheld Reader

Readers and antennas are used to read RFID labels. All ranges from a few millimeters to several meters are covered. In this way, applications ranging from workpiece carrier ID to reading portals can be realized.


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