Tiny RFID Tag This item was sourced on www.MFG.com as one of the items in an RFQ in USA for RFID Buyer is requesting design and manufacturing help for and RFID tag. Necessary Specs: - Less than 5 mm x 5 mm x 1.4 mm in size (preferred 4 mm x 4 mm x 1 mm) - it can also be round with a radius of up to 5 mm and thickness of up to 1.4 mm - minimum of 1 inch read range (preferably 2 inch) using a portable reader (such as XC-1003 smartphone reader http://www.invengo.com/rfid-product-line/readers-antennas/rain-rfid-uhf-readers/xc-1003-iot-phone/ or similar product) - Buyer prefers UHF range, but we could work with NFC as well if that is more feasible - Buyer needs the cost below $0.20 per unit and would prefer it in the cent range Other notes: - this tag may be in the form of a sticker, microPCB, or inlay that may be embedded in plastic as long as it meets the above requirements. - Buyer is planning on using the initial 1000 parts (after testing a few to ensure they meet specs) for beta-testing - Buyer plans on ramping up sales in the next 2 years of this product to an estimated $400,000 units per year - the attached drawing is the part that the RFID tag will be packaged into Please contact Buyer through the MFG.com messaging system with any questions regarding this RFQ. Part Part Number: 1490353952888 Material: Material Grade: Technical Specifications Category:RFID Dimensions4.0 x 4.0 x 1.0 mm Tolerance:0.127Annual Usage:1000.0 The following suppliers (machine shops, fabricators, casters, molders, 3D printing, CNC machining, etc.) provide manufacturing services for the machine tool industry, automotive industry… For more information visit www.MFG.com. MFG.com analyzes all engineered parts and RFQs for improved manufacturability and to ensure quality and a quick quoting experience. RFID: RFID stands for radio-frequency identification. The technology has existed since the 1970s. It has become a common way of managing inventory and location. Typically a RFID chip gets imbedded on or within a package to be scanned by a reader and RFID tags do not require line of sight. As a tracking device it can be used globally.