Deep-Freeze RFID Labels for Vials – 1.378″ x 0.866″ #CRF-510NP

SKU: CRF-510
Brand: CryoRFID™
Class: CRF

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CryoRFID™ – Deep-Freeze RFID Labels for Vials


  • 12” omnidirectional read range* ensures easy scanning from all angles
  • Scan multiple vials, even without a clear line-of-sight
  • Deep-freeze adhesive is ideal for -80°C freezers and dry ice
  • Flexible UHF inlay allows excellent adhesion to vials & other containers
  • Encode up to 32 hexadecimal characters of information
  • Temperature resistance from -80°C to +90°C (-112°F to +194°F)
  • Printed & encoded using thermal-transfer RFID printers

Deep-freeze, thermal-transfer radio frequency identification (RFID) labels that can be scanned/read at 360° without the need to be in direct line of sight. Well suited for storage in -80°C (-112°F) freezers and dry ice transportation, with a flexible UHF inlay that allows excellent adhesion to vials and other containers, even at very low temperatures. Suitable for real-time tracking and inventory of small diameter cryo tubes & cryo vials, cardboard freezer boxes, polypropylene cryo/freezer boxes, cell culture plates, and other containers. When printed with our recommended smudge-proof RR-class of ribbons, the printout obtained is also resistant to alcohol spraying and swabbing. Applied at room temperature, the labels can be stored in deep-freeze conditions immediately after application (zero curing time).

* Read range can vary according to the RFID reader being used.


Size:   1.378″ x 0.866"
(35 mm x 22 mm)

Perforated:   No

Temperature Range:   -80°C to +90°C
(-112°F to 194°F)

Adhesive:   Permanent

Printing Methods:   Thermal-Transfer

Features:   RFID

Resistances:   Alcohol Wiping, Deep-Freeze (-80°C)

Recommended Ink Ribbons:   RR-Class

Class:   CRF

Brand:   CryoRFID™

Color(s):   White


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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, CryoRFID™ labels are thermal-transfer printable and require a ribbon to be printed. To achieve the proper printout, these labels require a RR-class ribbon of the same width or larger.

No, CryoRFID labels will withstand deep-freeze conditions (-80°C), but are not recommended for cryogenic environments. For Cryogenic thermal-transfer labels, we suggest our NitroTAG® labels.

Please consult our handy sizing guide where you will find recommendations for the most common vial/tube sizes.

Yes, although these labels are intended for vials, tubes, and boxes, for identifying plates and dishes with RFID, we recommend our RFID-PlateTAG™ labels.

No, CryoRFID labels are coated with a permanent adhesive, that is not made for easy removal.

No, these labels are not currently available in color. They can however be custom produced in color, for more information contact our technical support team.

Yes, a UHF RFID printer is required to accurately encode these labels when printing. We suggest the Zebra ZD500R RFID thermal-transfer printer.

Yes, specialized software is required to properly encode your labels. The two pieces of software we would recommend are BarTender Pro and ZebraDesigner3 Pro.

Barcoding or label design software can be used to create templates that conform to the size of your label. You can then insert design elements within the template, for easy printing.

Yes, we can provide our CryoRFID labels preprinted with full-color graphics and logos, as well as variable or serialized information from a database. Learn more about our custom printing options.

Yes, CryoRFID™ contain read-write UHF RFID chips. Thus, you can rewrite the EPC memory bank up to 100,000 times if the permalock feature is not active.

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