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What mechanical stresses can NeoTAG transponders be subjected to?

Our product range of NeoTAG® HF RFID transponders/ RFID chips is constantly being expanded and new transponder versions are regularly added. In connection with the use of our transponders, we have compiled a large amount of background information on mounting, function, design, operating behaviour, etc. due to the many applications in which the products are used. As a supplement to our Product Information HF RFID Transponder data sheet, this article contains further technical explanations and application-supporting information.


The two versions NeoTAG® Plug FG4335 and NeoTAG® Inlay F2626 were subjected to mechanical loads as examples. The load was applied to the transponders in a horizontal and vertical direction. The loading force F was increased until 


mechanical damage to the transponder is visible (e.g. crack of the ferrite core)


the electrical function of the transponder is no longer given.


The following values result for Fmax:


NeoTAG® versionLoad directionDescriptionMaximum force Fmax/ N
NeoTAG® Plug FG4335 Horizontal Force F

NeoTAG® Plug FG4335 Vertical Force F

NeoTAG® Inlay F2626 Horizontal  Force F

NeoTAG® Inlay F2626 Vertical  Force F




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PDF: Technical Information NeoTag 3-0922